Divorcee Helena tells psychic Cristal, "I must say I've become addicted to those massages."
"These fancy psychiatrists I've been seeing..."
"They sit there all stoney-faced when you need help. These horrible, horrible medications, they make me feel even more fidgety."
Referring to business man Alfie: "When my husband walked out on me, I tried ending my life."
"I refused to allow him to delude himself." (0:02)
Her art dealer friend Jane tells Helena's daughter Sally, "That way lies total madness." (0:11)
Writer Roy tells his wife Sally, referring to Helena, "She needs medicine, not illusions."
Sally: "No, not if the illusions work better than the medicine." (0:14)
Sally tells (0:17)
Helena tells Sally, referring to her inability to conceive, "Well, I couldn't after your brother died. I mean the doctor said it was psychological..." (0:25)
Iris tells Sally, referring to art dealer Greg's marriage, "I don't know if it's a reaction, you know, after spending six years with a wife that's bipolar..." (0:52)
Alfie tells Helena, "I saw my life slipping away, and I panicked." (1:20)
Sally tells Helena, "I need that loan, you lunatic!" (1:32)
Narrator: "Sometimes the illusions work better than the medicine." (1:34)