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: The oldest trick in the world. Silk trap, baited with a woman. Delilah
: You know a better bait, Samson? Men *always* respond.
: What is sweeter than honey? Semadar
: What is stronger than a lion?
: Your arms were quicksand. Your kiss was death. The name Delilah will be an everlasting curse on the lips of men.
: You came to this house as wedding guests. Fire and death are your gifts to my bride. For all that I do against you now, I shall be blameless. I'll give you back fire for fire, and death for death!
: [holding Delilah and trading her for Semadar
] Look! Here! Samson. My other daughter. Take her. She'll make you a much better wife. She's fairer than Semadar, and much, much more beautiful. Samson
: You give me a turnip for a... Tubal
: Wait, wait Samson. This one is a queen among women. Samson, look. Look. Have you ever seen eyes like that? So full of love for you? See the whiteness of her skin, smooth as a young dove's. Oh she'll grow into a rare blossom. Samson
: She'll grow into a thornbush! Delilah
: [grasps Samson
] Did a thornbush steal the chariot that took you to the lion? Did a thornbush tell the Saran how you killed it with your bare hands? No, I did, and he believed me, then you chose Semadar. Samson
: Take your claws out of me! Delilah
: You'll never get them out of you. I made Ahtur steal the riddle's secret from Semadar. I lied to stop you from marrying her. I'll kill to keep you. You're the only thing in the world I want. Samson
: [to Tubal
] Hold this fork-tongued adder before I put a heel on her. Delilah
: If you crush the life out of me I'd kiss you with my dying breath! Samson
: [to Tubal
] And you want me to marry this wild cat?
: The wine of parting is bitter, Samson. Samson
: Not as bitter as blood.
: [reaching for a cluster of grapes that Semadar has held up high
] A man shouldn't have to reach at his own wedding feast. Semadar
: The most desirable grapes are always out of reach. Samson
: [reaches again
] Not if you reach high enough. Prince Ahtur
: [grabs the cluster of grapes from Semadar's hand
] Or wait long enough. Semadar
: You waited too long, Ahtur. Samson
: For what? Prince Ahtur
: A man must marry where his heart leads him, little mother. Hazelelponit
: A man's heart can be blind, son.
: Miriam, you're further above me than the moon. Miriam
: But not as hard to reach. Only stretch out your hand. Samson
: I don't want to hurt you, Miriam. You're like a sparrow, so gentle and... Miriam
: That's a very gentle way of telling me that you're in love with someone else? Samson
: You always see through people as if they were cobwebs. Miriam
: I hear you saw a woman in Timnath. Samson
: Yes... and I can't forget her. Miriam
: You did the same with me. I can't forget you.
[Miriam walks to the door
: [approaches Miriam at the door
] Miriam. Miriam
: I'll always be here.
[Miriam closes the door
: What did I tell you? He wants to marry a Philistine! Manoah
: Samson, you would not bring this shame upon us. Samson
: There's no shame in marriage, father. Manoah
: To a Philistine woman? Samson
: Father, Semadar pleases me. Go to Tubal of Timnath and say I will take his daughter to wife. Manoah
: The law forbids it. Samson
: A Philistine law?
: I prayed for an angel of the Lord and the Devil sent me you.
: Delilah... Delilah
: No, I will not listen. Samson
: But you asked me to... Delilah
: I don't want to hear you. Samson
: Three times you plagued me to tell you. Delilah
: And three times you've lied to me. You said new ropes that had never been used would hold you. Samson
: Who knows the strength of a rope that's never been used? Delilah
: Then you told me your strength would go if I wove your hair to the web of my loom. Now look at my loom. Samson
: I'd rather look at you. Delilah
: It's no use, Samson. You'll always find a new trick to deceive me. The night I came to the Valley of Sorek, you wanted to send me away. You were right. It is better that I go.
: Do you really need weapons like that? Are you afraid to challenge me like this, man to man? Sansone
: This will be the first time anyone has ever dared to face me as a foe. And without weapons, you will regret it.
: I've never met such strength as yours. Why don't the two of us join forces? Sansone
: I was thinking the same thing.
: [to Delilah
] You are as clever as your are beautiful. Ercole
: And she's also a good liar.
Delilah, Philistine Queen
: I fear these people. Sansone
: They are of my faith. They worship of my God.
: It was written that salvation should bear a woman's name, Iole. Ercole
: Yes, the name Iole might also stand for innocence. Beware of Delilah.