Anna Karenina (I) (2012)
Alexei Karenin: It would be a sin to help you destroy yourself.
Anna Karenina: If you have any thought for me you will give me back my peace!
Count Vronsky: There can be no peace for us, only misery, and the greatest happiness.
Countess Nordston: Anna isn't a criminal, but she broke the rules!
Anna Karenina: I was eighteen when I got married, but it was not love.
Nikolai Levin: Romantic love will be the last delusion of the old order.
Alexei Karenin: We are bound together by god and this can only be broken by a crime against god!
Alexei Karenin: You begged me for my forgiveness.
Anna Karenina: But I didn't die and now I have to live with it.
Alexei Karenin: I consider jealously to be insulting to you and degrading to me. I have no right to inquire into your feelings. They concern only your conscience.
Alexei Karenin: Is this about my wife? My wife is beyond reproach. She is, after all, my wife.
Anna Karenina: I am not ashamed of who I am or what I've done. Are you ashamed for me?
Alexei Karenin: Do you think I would let you have my son?
Alexei Karenin: You are depraved!
Alexei Karenin: A woman without honor!
Alexei Karenin: And this is what you want!
Alexei Karenin: Do you know what you want?
Levin: Sensual desire indulged for its own sake is the misuse of something sacred.
Alexei Karenin: I must warn you about something!
Anna Karenina: Warn me?
Alexei Karenin: You may, by indiscretion, give the world occasion to talk about you.
Prince Tverskoy: The man who can't govern his wife, has gone as far as he can go in government.
Levin: You are on the wrong side of history. Not because privilege is immoral,
Levin: but because it's irrational.
Levin: [observing his servants] They look happier than I've ever been. Is it living simply that I'm looking for?