For Whom the Bell Tolls (1943)
Maria: I do not know how to kiss, or I would kiss you. Where do the noses go?
Robert Jordan: Are you afraid?
Maria: Not now. I love you, Roberto. Always remember. I love you as I loved my father and mother, as I love our unborn children, as I love what I love most in the world, and I love you more. Always remember.
Robert Jordan: I'll remember.
Maria: Nothing can ever part us now, can it?
Robert Jordan: Nothing, Maria.
Pilar: Look I am ugly. Yet one can have a feeling here
[points to her heart]
Pilar: that blinds a man while he loves you. He thinks you are beautiful. And one day for no reason at all he sees you ugly as you really are. And he is not blind anymore. Then you see yourself as ugly as he sees you - and you lose your man and your feeling. Then one day the feeling, that idiotic feeling that you are beautiful, grows inside you again and another man sees you and thinks you are beautiful and it's all to do over again. Now I'm past it. But it still might come again.
Anselmo: They always spit in the gorge. It brings luck.
Robert Jordan: I wish I could spit that far.
Pablo: [speaking of Maria] She's a very strange woman. She's of no one. But she cooks well.
Maria: said, 'we must live all our life in the time that remains.'