I heard it in a tribute to Sarah Burke who was a freestyle skier who passed away a few year ago. I've found it was in a movie called “The princesses diary” in a letter from her dad. I don't think this is the origin as other people have said it's in different movies as well. If anyone knows I would appreciate it a lot. Thanks.
Here are the quotes. Enjoy! If you have any suggestions for me to add, by all means, please do tell.
Well, who hasn’t woken up thinking, “God, nothing good has come to me in a while,” right? When I feel like I’m stuck, I do something — not like I’m Mother Teresa or anything, but there’s someone that’s forgotten about in your life, all the time. Someone that could use an “Attaboy” or a “How you doin’ out there.” It’s that sort of scene, that remembering that we die alone. We’re born alone. We do need each other. It’s lonely to really effectively live your life, and anyone you can get help from or give help to, that’s part of your obligation.
The OSS 117 movies, starring Jean Dujardin, are hilarious satires in the vein of James Bond…but for the French. The writing, especially for Lost in Rio, is sharply superb.