Phrase: "I always fall in love with my leading ladies."
After Lora's theatrical debut, she and the writer, David, share a moment where they each profess their love for one another. However, David says "I always fall in love with leading ladies," and Lora responds "And maybe that's all this is, but I'm loving you tonight." This conversation only showcases the sense of imitation and illusion throughout the movie. Everything about Lora is in a sense of "now," and her conversation with David is simply another example of that. Lora constantly does what she think will help her succeed, but as a result, it is impossible to decipher what about her is real and what is not.