Mills: I don't know, man. I'd say he's whacked enough.
Somerset: Doesn't fit. He doesn't want us to help him stop.
Mills: Who knows? Someboby freaks out there, doing their little evil deeds they don't want to do. "Voices made me do it. My dog made me do it.” "Jodie Foster told me to do it."
Man: You know, I've seen this nearly take three days to make a match so maybe you guys want to cross your fingers somewhere else.
Somerset: You meant what you said to Mrs. Gould about catching this guy?
Somerset: I wish I still thought the way you do.
Mills: Why don't you tell me what the hell it is you think we're doing?
Somerset: Picking up the pieces. We're collecting all the evidence, taking all the pictures and samples, writing everything down, noting the time things happen.
Mills: That's all?
Somerset: That's all. Putting everything into neat little piles and filing it away on the off chance it will ever be needed in the courtroom. Picking up diamonds on a deserted island, saving them in case we get rescued.
Somerset: Even the most promising clues usually only lead to others. So many corpses roll away unrevenged.
Mills: Don't try to tell me you didn't get that rush tonight. I saw you. We're getting somewhere.
1. freak out
这个片语的意思是“behave or cause to behave irrationally and uncontrollably, with enthusiasm, excitement, fear, or madness 因狂热、兴奋、恐惧或是狂躁而导致行动不理智，紧张，激动等等”，例如：The band's wild playing made the audience freak out. 乐队的狂野表演把观众吓坏了。
2. cross one's fingers
是指“把一手指交叉在一只手的另一手指上”，以“祝好运气，心想事成”，比如：We're crossing our fingers and hoping that the weather stays fine. 我们乞求好运，希望天气能一直好下去。
3. file away 这里的意思是“将文件、资料等归档”，比如：File away the letters carefully, please. 请将这些信件仔细归档。 4. on the off chance 这个片语的意思是“on the slight but unlikely possibility万一……，微小的、不大可能的机会/希望”，比如：I came early on the off chance that we might have time to chat. 我早点来是想我们可能会有点时间聊聊的。 文化面面观
3. file away
这里的意思是“将文件、资料等归档”，比如：File away the letters carefully, please. 请将这些信件仔细归档。
4. on the off chance
这个片语的意思是“on the slight but unlikely possibility万一……，微小的、不大可能的机会/希望”，比如：I came early on the off chance that we might have time to chat. 我早点来是想我们可能会有点时间聊聊的。
好莱坞女星典范 Jodie Foster
Alicia Christian Foster (born November 19 1962), better known as Jodie Foster, is a two-time Academy Award-winning American actress, director, and producer. She has also won two Golden Globes, 3 BAFTA awards and a Screen Actors Guild Award, making her one of the few select actors to have won all four major motion picture acting awards (Oscars, Golden Globes, SAG, and BAFTA awards).
After appearing as a child in several commercials, Foster won her first role in the 1970 TV movie Menace on the Mountain, followed by several Disney productions. Foster did not experience her breakout role until 1976, when she received moderate recognition but great acclaim for her role as a pre-teenage prostitute in Taxi Driver, receiving an Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actress. In the early 1980s she was famous for being the object of obsession of John Hinckley, Jr. In 1981 Hinckley shot President Ronald Reagan with a .22 caliber pistol, in an attempt to win Foster's favor. (The shooting echoed events in
Foster's 1976 movie Taxi Driver, directed by Martin Scorsese.) Having been on TV and in films since she was a toddler, Foster took time off from acting to enroll in Yale, and she graduated in 1985 with a degree in English Literature. She won an Oscar for Best Actress in 1988, for playing a rape victim in The Accused. In 1991, she starred in The Silence of the Lambs as Clarice Starling, a gifted FBI Agent investigating a serial killer. For this performance she received international acclaim and another Oscar for Best Actress. Her films and roles have spanned a wide variety of genres, including thrillers, crime, romance, comedy, children's movies, and science fiction. She also has appeared in Bugsy Malone (1976), Little Man Tate (1991, her directorial debut), Sommersby (1993, with Richard Gere), Contact (1997, with Matthew McConaughey), Anna and the King (1999, with Chow Yun-Fat), The Panic Room (2002) and Spike Lee's Inside Man (2006, with Clive Owen). (answers.com)