Dans L’Obscurite by Dardenne + Dardenne.
Truncated transcript from today’s SCOTUS argument
BREYER: I’m going to ask you an extremely long question riddled with nonspecific nouns, and you’re going to have to guess what I mean by it.
COOPER: I’m pretty sure the answer is no? But let’s stop talking about whether I should be allowed to talk, and get on to what I’m going to be talking about. Which is: nostalgia. Nostalgia for the good old days of traditional, bedrock values. Man, back in 1971, this Court said there was no federal question as to same-sex marriage. Those were the fucking days.
GINSBURG: The Supreme Court hadn’t even recognized gender-based classifications then.
COOPER: Are you harshing on my nostalgia?
FANTASY GINSBURG: I was alive back then, and trust me, I am not feeling particularly nostalgic for the time.
KENNEDY: Should we treat this as a gender classification?
COOPER: It would be very inconvenient for me if you did, honestly, but it’s hard to avoid that conclusion given that we keep using words like “male” and “female.” But ignore language! Gender is irrelevant. Except when determining if people are going to marry. Fuck it, can we just talk about same-sex marriage and pretend that the word “sex” is not in there?
SOTOMAYOR: Aside from marriage, do you think the government can discriminate against gays and lesbians?
COOPER: No, that would be wrong.
SOTOMAYOR: Then what the actual fuck are you doing standing up here?