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Juliet Hulme (Character)
from Heavenly Creatures (1994)

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Heavenly Creatures (1994)
Juliet Hulme: Only the best people fight against all obstacles in pursuit of happiness.

Juliet Hulme: All the best people have bad chests and bone diseases. It's all frightfully romantic.

Pauline Parker: Oh, I wish James Mason would do a religious picture! He'd be perfect as Jesus!
Juliet Hulme: Daddy says the Bible's a load of bunkum!
Pauline Parker: But we're all going to heaven?
Juliet Hulme: I'M not! I'M going to The Fourth World... it's sort of like heaven. Only better, because there aren't any Christians!

Juliet Hulme: Stick it up your bottom!

Juliet Hulme: Bloody Bill's sniffing around Mummy something chronic!
Pauline Parker: I thought he was supposed to be terribly ill.
Juliet Hulme: That's what we were led to believe.

Juliet Hulme: [speaking too brightly of the murder of Honorah Parker Rieper] I think she knows what's going to happen. She doesn't appear to bear us any grudge.

Juliet Hulme: [Juliet has just arrived at her new school. For French class she has taken the name Antoinette] Excuse me, Miss Waller, you've made a mistake. "Je doutais qu'il vienne" is in fact the spoken subjunctive.
Miss Waller: It is customary to stand when addressing a teacher,
Miss Waller: Antoinette.
Juliet Hulme: [stands] You should have written "vînt".
Miss Waller: I must have copied it incorrectly from my notes.
Juliet Hulme: [stands] You don't need to apologise, Miss Waller. I found it frightfully difficult myself until I got the hang of it.

Juliet Hulme: Affairs are much more exciting than marriages.
[Then, with disgust]
Juliet Hulme: As Mummy can testify.

[shortly before the murder]
Juliet Hulme: [admiring the view that includes the path down the hill, where the murder occurred] Isn't it beautiful?
Pauline Parker: Let's go for a walk down here. Come on, Mummy!
Honorah Parker Rieper: Oh! No, I'd like a cup of tea, first. Come on!
[the girls reluctantly follow her into the tea-house]

[last lines]
[the last lines show scenes of the murder intercut with b&w shots of Juliet being taken away by her parents on the ship. Pauline and Juliet are sobbing and screaming for each other; and the girls scream as they beat Honorah Parker to death]
Juliet Hulme: Gina!
[sobs as she reaches a hand over the ship railing]
Pauline Parker: Juliet, don't leave! I'm coming! Don't go! You can't! Oh, no!
[as the girls cry and reach helplessly toward each other, Juliet's parents come and stand on either side of her, trying to comfort her]
Juliet Hulme: I'm sorry...
[Pauline screams, and the b&w scene fades into the murder scene]
Pauline Parker: No!
[That last bloody shot fades into the credits]

[first lines]
[Director Peter Jackson opens with the scene that should, logically, end the film: that is, the moments immediately following the murder. The girls Juliet and Pauline run screaming up the hill-path to the tea-house, sobbing and covered in blood. The scene is intercut with b&w visions of the two running across a ship deck to meet Dr. and Mrs. Hulme, whom they both refer to as their mother, as the first three exclamations of "Mummy!" demonstrate]
Juliet Hulme: Mummy!
Pauline Parker: Mummy!
Juliet Hulme: Mummmmy!
[the scene changes from the ship to the hilltop tea-house. The girls are screaming hysterically as the tea-house woman runs out to see what the noise is all about]
Pauline Parker: It's Mummy! She's terribly hurt!
Juliet Hulme: Please! Help us!

Juliet Hulme: Absolutely not! Orson Wells! Urgh! The most hideous man alive!

[Pauline is spending the Easter holiday with the Hulmes. Hilda Hulme, brushing Pauline's hair into an attractive shag, listens while Juliet describes more of the story that they've been devising]
Juliet Hulme: Mummy, Paul and I have decided that Charles and Deborah are going to have a baby, an heir to the throne of Borovnia.
Hilda Hulme: What a splendid idea.
[She grins, while Pauline is ecstatic with the attention being lavished upon her]
Juliet Hulme: We're calling him Diello.
Hilda Hulme: Well, that's a good, dramatic name.
Juliet Hulme: Paul thought it up.
Hilda Hulme: Aren't you clever?
[Pauline beams while Mrs. Hulme fluffs up her hair]
Hilda Hulme: There: all done.
[Pauline jumps up and takes Juliet's hand]
Hilda Hulme: Oh, look at you two. A couple of Borovnian princesses, if ever I saw them! My daughter... and my foster-daughter.

[Pauline and Juliet are planning to run away to Hollywood and meet their favorite actors, such as James Mason and Mario Lanza]
Juliet Hulme: As soon as those bods in Hollywood cop a look at us, they'll be falling over themselves!
Pauline Parker: Oh, it'll be amazing to meet James in person. I just know we'll hit it off brilliantly. And Guy Rolfe. And Mel Ferrer.
Juliet Hulme: And Mario!
Pauline Parker: Oh, I can't wait to do the love scenes.
Juliet Hulme: Ooh.
Pauline Parker: But what if they're married?
Juliet Hulme: Oh, don't worry about that. We'll simply 'moider' any odd wives that get in our way!

Juliet Hulme: Daddy says the Bible is a load of bunkum.
Pauline Parker: But we're all going to Heaven.
Juliet Hulme: I'm not. I'm going to the Fourth World. It's sort of like Heaven, only better, because there aren't any Christians. It's an absolute paradise of music, art and pure enjoyment.