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Yeah, it was a pretty vague reference - so vague in fact that I couldn't find a picture from the actual movie it came from so I just took a generic photo of the same actor. Since I did such a poor job, least I could do is explain. Anyway, it stood out in my memory as a well delivered line from "Searching for Bobby Fischer," a movie I haven't seen in years but I know I have the DVD here somewhere.
Joe Mantegna plays the father of a chess prodigy who is something like 10 years old. He is arguing with his wife (she thinks he is putting too much pressure on their son) and he is comparing his son to other kids who play ball or whatever. So his wife is like "and how many of those other kids are afraid that if they strike out then their father won't love them?"
To which he responds the aforementioned: All of them!!!