"Ménage à trois"

Film Patricia Clarkson talks about working on Woody's Whatever Works:
"I mean, some elements of my mother are there. My mother's hair; that's my mother's hair. But she's a radically different woman. But yes, my Southern roots are very present. And those just delicious, divine words that I get to say. Just that crazy journey...from a conservative Southern socialite to an artist who is sleeping with two men. God, I can't even remember my lines now except, "Ménage à trois." People quote it to me all the time on the street. I guess I said it with a certain cadence. And so people come up to me and say "Ménage à trois."
Which sounds like the kind of thing which happens in a Woody Allen film. A pattern is developing.

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