Murders in the Rue Morgue (1971)
Rene Marot: As I once begged for your kisses, now you will beg for your death.
Rene Marot: Yes, Madeleine. There stands the axe-man of your dreams.
Rene Marot: Goodbye, Madeleine. But remember, the will... the will... lives on... after death.
Rene Marot: I've come for you, Madeleine. I've had my revenge, but it's not enough. I need... I need love.
Rene Marot: Confess. Let me hear the truth, Cesar. Confess.
Cesar Charron: Yes, I killed her. I killed her.
Madeleine Charron: Do you remember what we said in my dressing room the very night it happened? I asked you to set a date for our marriage, didn't I? Well... I'm still waiting.
Rene Marot: Have you any idea, madame, what I look like? No, you find yourself a husband with a face worth looking at. A handsome young lord, like Charron.
Madeleine Charron: I hate handsome men! I hate them, dear. All my leading men are handsome. Why else would a a man want to look into a mirror night after night? All tailor's dummies and empty hearts. All except you.