My Cousin Rachel (1952)
Philip Ashley: Because I love her and nothing else! It isn't a little loving. It isn't a fancy. It isn't something you'd turn on and off. It's everything I think and feel and want and know. And there's no room in me for anything else. And never will be again.
Rachel Sangalletti Ashley: Why did you ask me here?
Philip Ashley: To accuse you.
Rachel Sangalletti Ashley: Of what?
Philip Ashley: Perhaps of breaking his heart which would be murder wouldn't it...
Rachel Sangalletti Ashley: What are you doing at this hour?
Philip Ashley: I wanted you to look at the moon and smell the fragrance of spring in the air.
Philip Ashley: I haven't the time to explain. But I'm convinced now that Ambrose was right. She not only murdered him but she's done her best to kill me too.
Louise Kendall: Philip, you can't be serious.
Philip Ashley: Every word you uttered in the church that afternoon was the truth. And with that letter, I'm positive I can prove it.
Louise Kendall: But not murder surely.
Philip Ashley: How else could she marry her lover and still keep possession of the estate?