The Brown Bunny is a 2003 American independent art house film written, produced and directed by Vincent Gallo about a motorcycle racer on a cross-country drive who is haunted by memories of his former lover. The film had its world premiere at the 2003 Cannes Film Festival. The film garnered a great deal of media attention because of the explicit and unsimulated sex in the final scene between Gallo and actress Chloë Sevigny, as well as a war of words between Gallo and film critic Roger Ebert, who stated that The Brown Bunny was the worst film in the history of Cannes, although he later gave a re-edited version of the film his signature "thumbs up". Wikipedia
(first lines) (Bud walks up to a young woman, working behind the counter in a gas station store) Bud Clay: Hi. Violet: Hello... Did you just come from the race track? Bud Clay: Mmhm. Violet: Did you win? Bud Clay: No. Violet: Oh. Bud Clay: How much is this? Violet: $2... Will you be racing again? Bud Clay: Going to California. I've got to be there by Friday. Violet: California? I always wanted to go to California. Bud Clay: Really? Violet: Yes. Bud Clay: It's nice there. Violet: Is it? Bud Clay: Mmhm. Violet: I thought it would be. Bud Clay: Is your name Violet? Violet: Yes, it is. Bud Clay: Who made the necklace? Violet: I made it. Bud Clay: You think you'd want to come with me? Violet: I don't even know you. Bud Clay: Please?... Please?... Please come with me.