The Beautiful Country (2004)
Binh: How long you blind?
Steve: A long time. I worked in a storage facility in Saigon. I thought it was a crate of beer. Turned out to be explosives.
Binh: You're still alive...
Steve: Yeah, that's what they said. One minute I'm in Saigon, the next I'm in a hospital in Maryland, and six months had passed. Woke up, couldn't see, didn't know where I was. Some assholes tell me I'm lucky.
Steve: [about his long lost wife] I never saw someone so beautiful before - in all that ugliness.
Steve: We had a boy. He was just a baby. He had the eyes of an old man, even at 2 months. Maybe they all do, we didn't know.
Binh: Why you no go back?
Steve: Go back? See the old sights? No, I left her to take care of the child alone. I didn't think she needed a blind man to look after.
Binh: My mother is very beautiful. Like cranes flying at sunset.
Steve: Binh, why are you here?
Binh: This place?
Steve: No, America.
Binh: America beautiful.
Steve: How's that?
Binh: [no response]
Steve: Did you come by boat?
Binh: Not so hard.
Steve: Like cranes flying at sunset.
Steve: [last lines - as Binh is cutting his hair] Now just a trim, Binh.
Steve: What do they call those sticky sweet cakes?
Binh: There a lot of sticky sweet cakes...
Steve: Well I think they're made out of rice.
Binh: [chuckling] They all made of rice.
Steve: Oh. Can you make 'em?
Steve: I'll cut your hair next time.
Binh: [belly chuckle now] Yes...