Supercut: “We’re Not So Different, You & I”


It’s a line used by many a movie villain.  In Capote, one of the great lines that Phillip Seymour Hoffman says upon reflecting his kinship with Perry Smith, the subject of his novel In Cold Blood, “…It was like we were raised in the same house, and one day he got up and walked out the back door, and I walked out the front.”  This line is an extension of that whole concept, “We’re not so different, you and I”, used by countless screenwriters to exhibit a closeness between villain and hero.

How many screenwriters have used this line? The answer is below…

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