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“If you’re one of these old guys, they won’t take care of you. They can’t. They need someone to take care of them. I don’t need them. Them or their sex or their money or what have you. I’m taking care of myself very nicely.”

— Gert

“When you were younger, you made friends, friends, friends. When you came to Florida, or wherever you went, and you moved someplace else, you made acquaintances and good acquaintances. Not ‘friends friends.’ They're just not here anymore. At this stage, you're not making friends.”

— Mollie

“I need affection. I need closeness. I need real love. I buried one wife. I don’t want to bury another one.”

— Frank

“Kings Point is a place to be where you’re not alone. You’re alone, but you’re not alone. There are people around, and there’s always something to do. When a widow is a widow, she’s got to do things to keep her busy, else she’ll die.”

— Jane

“Love comes in different forms, I guess. Not only going to bed with each other. Concern — deeply concerned about someone. Could that be love? I don’t know.”

— Bea