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Minority Report

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Cast
Tom Cruise, Colin Farrell, Samantha Morton, Max von Sydow, Peter Stormare, Tim Blake Nelson, Kathryn Morris, Neal McDonough
Released
2002
Philip K. Dick | dopamine | serotonin | neuroin
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Precrime technician Jad tells federal agent Danny, “That’s just an echo, precog déjà vu, if you will. The really bad ones, the precogs see them over and over again.” (0:14)

Precrime police Chief John buys a drug from dealer Lycon. (0:16)

John inhales an unidentified drug from an insufflation device. (0:19)

Danny asks John, referring to precogs, “Then why can’t they see... suicides?” (0:23)

Precog caretaker Wally tells the others, “We keep their heads pretty well stocked with dopamine and endorphins, plus we maintain careful control over their serotonin levels.” (0:25)

Danny tells John, referring to Danny’s loss of his own father, “I know what it’s like to lose someone close, John.” He goes on to refer to John’s loss of his own son. (0:27)

Prison sentry Gideon tells John, referring to intended victim Ann Lively, “Looks like she’s a neuroin addict like our John Doe here...”
John: “So she cleaned up.” (0:33)

Director Lamar’s wife Celeste explains his cold symptoms to him and John: “It’s stress.”
Lamar asks John, “What if Danny Witwer insisted on a full chem run...”
”How is an old man and a cop on the whiff ever going to stop them?” (0:34)

Danny finds insufflation devices in John’s home. (0:36)

Dr. James tells John, “I’m confused about...” (0:40)

Danny tells John, “I’ll write the paranoia off to the whiff you’ve been doping on all night.”
Danny shows him an insufflator. (0:42)

Danny tells Lamar, referring to John, “You knew he was doping, yet you did nothing about it.”
Lamar: “The man lost a child...” (0:45)

Computer generated advertisement: “Stressed out, John Anderton?” (0:46)

Dr. Iris Hineman tells John, “Oh, I’m afraid that would be from the doll’s eye... the baneberry... Once the poison gets into your bloodstream, you will start to see what I can only describe as the most extraordinary display of blue objects.”
”I was... treating children of drug addicts... when neuroin first hit the streets. It was an impure form of the drug...”
John: “You’re insane...” (0:56)

After injecting John Dr. Eddie tells him, “It’s anesthesia.” (1:06)

Danny asks Lara, referring to John and showing her the insufflator, “How long has he been doping?”
”You said in your divorce papers that John tried to kill himself.”
Lara: “It wasn’t a suicide attempt.” (1:10)

Eddie gives John an insufflator. (1:12)

Evann asks the other cops, “What do you guys think, a drunk who maybe can’t wake up?” (1:21)

John tells Agatha, “It’s the drugs we gave you.” (1:27)

Danny tells Lamar, “Jad called it precog déjà vu.”
”All you’d have to do is hire someone to kill Ann Lively, someone like a drifter, a neuronin addict, someone with nothing to lose.” (1:52)

By telephone John tells Lamar, “I’m talking about Agatha’s mother, Ann Lively, just a junky who had a kid once and had to give her up. But surprise: She cleaned herself up.”
Lamar shoots himself. (2:08)