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The Invention of Lying

Ricky Gervais, Jennifer Garner, Jonah Hill, Louis C.K., Jeffrey Tambor, Fionnula Flanagan, Rob Lowe, Tina Fey, Christopher Guest, Philip Seymour Hoffman
Philip Seymour Hoffman
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His date Anne tells screenwriter Mark she is "Also, equally depressed and pessimistic about our date tonight." (0:02)

Anna tells Mark, "But I won't really know how I feel about you till I'm a little less drunk."
Mark: "... call me tomorrow if you still like me when you’re sober." (0:07)

Frank tells Mark, "I been throwing up painkillers all night because I’m too afraid to take enough to actually kill myself..." (0:09)

His boss Anthony tells Mark, "You look pretty depressed today."
"And the last two scripts you turned in were depressing." (0:14)

Mark reads an e-mail message from Anne: "I woke up this morning sober..." (0:15)

Mark tells his mother Martha, "Oh, Mum, this is so depressing." (0:18)

Greg tells Mark, "But I don’t care, I’m trying to hit bottom."
Mark: “Here comes bottom.”
A traffic cop tells Mark and Greg, “I need you to breathe into this for me.”
"I have an expensive cocaine habit.”
“Anyhoo, I’m still gonna need you to breathe into this for me.” Greg breathes into the breath analyzer.
Traffic cop: "You're drunk."
"You're drunk."
Mark: “He’s not drunk.”
Cop: “It’s the adrenaline.” (0:27)

Frank tells Mark, "I was up last night researching on the Internet like suffocation suicide."
"I shouldn't kill myself?"
"I don't need to kill myself." (0:32)

Mark tells his boss Anthony, "When you fired me, I was seriously depressed." (0:38)

Mark tells Anna, "My dad was an alcoholic." (0:42)

Mark asks Greg and Frank, "What I can't be depressed because I’ve got a big house and loads of money?" (1:18)

Mark visits his mother's grave in the cemetery. (1:20)