Dahmer (film)

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Dahmer is a 2002 American film about the life of serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer.

Written and directed by David Jacobson.

Jeffrey Dahmer[edit]

  • I am a pervert. I'm an exhibitionist. I'm a masturbator. And a killer... like you.
  • Careful with that machine. It'll eat you up.

Dialogue[edit]

Khamtay: Why would you buy me those?
Jeffrey Dahmer: Because I like to do nice things for people. Makes me feel good about myself.
Khamtay: Are you some kind of nut?
Jeffrey Dahmer: That's sad.
Khamtay: What?
Jeffrey Dahmer: That we've gotten to a point where doing nice things for people is considered insane.

Jeffrey Dahmer: You must be harboring a lot of anger inside.
Rodney: I'm not angry inside, all right?
Jeffrey Dahmer: I think you are. I think you act all sweet and innocent, but it's only to cover up how you wanna kill people.

Jeffrey Dahmer: You think you're a rebel don't you?
Lance Bell: Not really.
Jeffrey Dahmer: Okay. What's your favorite movie?
Lance Bell: Bonnie and Clyde.
Jeffrey Dahmer: Okay. Your favorite band?
Lance Bell: Lynyrd Skynrd.
Jeffrey Dahmer: What do you think of police?
Lance Bell: Don't like 'em.
Jeffrey Dahmer: Well, it's pretty obvious you're a rebel. You're against the establishment.
Lance Bell: Yeah, maybe I am?
Jeffrey Dahmer: So, why don't you see that having sex with only girls is following the most fascist social lie of them all?
Lance Bell: Clyde Barrow broke every law there was, including killing people. He did not fuck guys.
Jeffrey Dahmer: I read he did. They just wouldn't put that in a movie.
Lance Bell: It's such bullshit.

Jeffrey Dahmer: You know what the cross was, don't you?
Rodney: Yeah, where Jesus died, right?
Jeffrey Dahmer: A torture device... used to kill criminals. So when you pray to it, it's like praying to an electric chair, or a guillotine.

Taglines[edit]

  • The mind is a place of its own.
  • A man turns his darkest fantasies into a horrifying reality.

Cast[edit]

External links[edit]

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