Anne Boleyn: I am innocent, that is sure. And I am a victim. That, too, is sure. This whole mockery is unworthy of you, uncle. It is unworthy of you as representative of my gentle husband. This trial is no trial, but a signature on a document. The poorest subject is given justice that I am denied. I am the Queen and entitled to better than you have given me. Accusations, papers, lies are easy means of denying the truth to a court of men. But the truth shall be known in that court which shall judge us all in time. I am sorry for you, Cromwell, for in condemning me, you condemn yourself elsewhere. Give your verdict, gentlemen, but remember I am your Queen.
Lady Boleyn: The King will remember what you are to him.
Anne Boleyn: They're not building that scaffold for nothing.
Lady Boleyn: I am sure he will remember.
Anne Boleyn: I know my husband! He is a hunter...
Lady Boleyn: Madam...
Anne Boleyn: When he has sported, he will kill. 'Tis his nature. And I am the prey.
Anne Boleyn: I would like to confess to Cranmer. He shall bear that burden. He shall know my innocence.
Thomas Cromwell: Go and hear her confess. Better you than some priest with a conscience!