The Motorcycle Diaries (2004)
Rodrigo De la Serna: Alberto Granado
Ernesto Guevara de la Serna : Mother.
Mother Sister Alberto : Yes?
Alberto Granado : We want to eat.
Ernesto Guevara de la Serna : We deserve to eat like everyone else.
Mother Sister Alberto : Yes, but you didn't go to mass.
Mother Sister Alberto : Then, how do you expect to feed the body if you didn't feed the soul first?
Alberto Granado : Er, denying food is not very Christian-like.
Ernesto Guevara de la Serna : Yes, I doubt Jesus would act like this.
Mother Sister Alberto : In this house, we have a set of rules that have to be followed.
Ernesto Guevara de la Serna : [to Alberto now, as she turns away] I haven't read any rule book.
Alberto Granado : Neither did I. I think that if I find it I would eat it.
Ernesto Guevara de la Serna : "On the boat I heard the moist slap of bare feet and foresaw faces dark with hunger. My heart was a pendulum between her and the street. I don't know what strength broke me free from her eyes, loose from her arms. She remained clouded by tears, her anguish hidden by the rain."
Alberto Granado : Is that Lorca?
Alberto Granado : Neruda?
Alberto Granado : Who?
Ernesto Guevara de la Serna : I don't remember.
Alberto Granado : So with Chichina - nothing? Even after you gave her a pure-bred German Shepard, nothing? At least tell me you saw one tit. One little tit. Ah, you saw her titties then. Alright, my man!
Miner (Chile) : We didn't have much, just some tough, dry land.
Miner's Wife : It belonged to his grandpa.
Miner (Chile) : It was ours. Until a land speculator forced us off.
Miner's Wife : That's what they call progress.
Miner (Chile) : So we had to leave our son with family and hit the road, looking for work, trying to escape from the police who wanted to put us in jail.
Alberto Granado : Why?
Miner's Wife : Because we are communists.
Alberto Granado : Fuser, here's my idea; I'll marry an Inca descendant. We'll start an indigenous party under these conditions: we'd encourage the people to vote, reactivate Tupac Amaru's revolution, the Indo-American revolution, Fuser. How's that sound?
Ernesto Guevara de la Serna : A revolution without guns? It would never work.
Luz (Peru) : You know a little while ago there was a bufeo out there.
Alberto Granado : Bufeo?
Luz (Peru) : They're river dolphins but we call them bufeos. Have you ever seen one?
Alberto Granado : Never. I've heard of them, but I've never seen one.
Luz (Peru) : I'm going to tell you a secret.
Alberto Granado : Okay.
Luz (Peru) : The bufeo's sex organs are like that of a woman's and the Indians use them to - comfort themselves. But there's a little problem. As soon as they're done, they have to kill the animal because they suffer contractions that won't let them loose.
Alberto Granado : Che.
Ernesto Guevara de la Serna : What?
Alberto Granado : It's not too late to come work with me in Cabo Blanco. You could come back after you graduate. I'll wait for you.
Ernesto Guevara de la Serna : I don't know. I just don't know. You know, Mial, all this time we spent on the road, something happened. Something I'll have to think about for a long time. So much injustice.