The Umbrellas of Cherbourg (1964)
Geneviève Emery: Guy, I love you. You smell of gasoline.
Guy Foucher: It's just another perfume.
Geneviève Emery: Oh, Guy, I love you. A customer - I must run. I'll see you in front of the theater at eight.
Madame Emery: I saw the cutest little rompers at the department store.
Geneviève Emery: Admit that you're pleased.
Madame Emery: I'd be more pleased if this baby had a father, and you had a husband.
Geneviève Emery: Guy will come back.
Madame Emery: Guy or someone else.
Geneviève Emery: Absence is a funny thing. I feel like Guy left years ago. I look at this photo, and I forget what he really looks like. When I think of him, it's this photo that I see.
Guy Foucher: We'll have children.
Geneviève Emery: I'll name our daughter Francoise.
Guy Foucher: And if it is a boy?
Geneviève Emery: It will be a girl. We've always had girls in the family.
Guy Foucher: One o'clock.
Geneviève Emery: If Mother's not asleep, what a scene there will be.
Madame Emery: My little girl, you're crazy! Thinking of marriage at sixteen!
Geneviève Emery: Seventeen.
Madame Emery: In love!
Geneviève Emery: Am I too ugly or too stupid?
Madame Emery: No, you're not ugly. You're not the fairest of them all, but you're neither ugly nor stupid. You have plenty of time. You think you're in love, but love is something different. You do not just fall in love with a face in the street.
Geneviève Emery: He's a young man whom I've met several times, and he loves me. We want to get married.
Madame Emery: I am shocked!
Geneviève Emery: I went to the theater with him last night.
Madame Emery: So you lied to me! And you admit it without shame!
Guy Foucher: I got drafted this morning, and I'll be away for two years. We'll talk about marriage later. With the war in Algeria, it will be a long time before I can come back.
Geneviève Emery: But I would never be able to live without you!
Madame Emery: Mr. Cassard came this evening. He was sorry he missed you. I'm sure he could give you some advice.
Geneviève Emery: I can do without his advice.
Madame Emery: You're wrong. For me, he is the kind of man...
Geneviève Emery: Don't bother me with his kind.
Madame Emery: You look terrible.
Geneviève Emery: Leave me alone, Mother.
Madeleine: Poor Elise. There will be nothing left of her.
Guy Foucher: It's the opposite. She will be part of everything we do.
Madeleine: Are you happy?
Guy Foucher: Very happy, and it's all thanks to you, Madeleine.
Guy Foucher: Are you in mourning?
Geneviève Emery: Mother died last autumn.
Guy Foucher: What did you name her?
Geneviève Emery: Francoise. She's a lot like you. Do you want to see her?
Guy Foucher: I think you can go.
Aunt Élise: You seem very nervous.
Guy Foucher: I'm going out.
Aunt Élise: Alone?
Guy Foucher: None of your business.
Aunt Élise: It is.
Guy Foucher: With a girl.
Aunt Élise: Do you love her?
Guy Foucher: It could be.
Aunt Élise: Tell me the truth.
Guy Foucher: I love her.
Geneviève Emery: You know, I think she suspects something.
Guy Foucher: Who?
Geneviève Emery: Mother. When I said I was going to the theater with Cecile, she gave me a funny look.
Guy Foucher: What kind of look?
Geneviève Emery: Like this. She knows Cecile hates shows, and I am a bad liar.
Guy Foucher: That's what you say.
Geneviève Emery: I assure you I am.
Madame Emery: There's no reason for sulking. You're tired, but you're not dying.
Geneviève Emery: It's not my weariness that saddens me. It's his silence. Guy left just two months ago. He only wrote me once.
Madame Emery: Don't start that again.
Geneviève Emery: If I knew where he was, I could write to him. I'm sure they've sent him someplace dangerous where he's risking his life.
Geneviève Emery: I'm pregnant, Mother.
Madame Emery: Pregnant by Guy? This is horrible! How is it possible?
Geneviève Emery: Well, just like with everybody.
Madame Emery: Don't joke. This is serious. What are we going to do?
Geneviève Emery: What do you mean?
Madame Emery: What are we going to do with the child?
Geneviève Emery: Raise it.
Madame Emery: What are we going to say?
Geneviève Emery: To who?
Madame Emery: Our friends, our neighbors!
Geneviève Emery: We have no friends, and you never speak to the neighbors.
Madame Emery: And Roland Cassart is coming to dinner tonight!
Geneviève Emery: You don't need to tell him.
Madame Emery: Roland Cassart asked for your hand in marriage.
Geneviève Emery: I heard. You didn't tell him I'm pregnant.
Madame Emery: I did not dare tell him.
Geneviève Emery: Roland Cassart will not want to marry me when he sees I've been knocked-up.
Madame Emery: Watch your language!
Geneviève Emery: Since neither you nor I had the courage to tell him the truth, now at least it will show. Do you believe he'll take me like this? If he refuses me as I am, it shows that he never had deep feelings for me.
Roland Cassard: We'll raise this child together. He'll be ours. Please accept, Genevieve. I don't want to upset you. I love you, Genevieve.
Guy Foucher: Why didn't you tell me?
Aunt Élise: I didn't want to say anything. I thought you knew. You didn't suspect.
Guy Foucher: Of course, over the last few months. Her letters were not the same. She didn't answer my questions. She was writing without conviction. But marrying another man! I thought she was mad at me.
Guy Foucher: You have no family. Don't you want to stay here?
Madeleine: What will I do?
Guy Foucher: You'll help me. I'll be lonely.
Madeleine: You don't need anyone.
Guy Foucher: I need you, Madeleine.
Madeleine: Why don't you just say you don't like being alone? I don't see what I could do. I have no influence over you.
Guy Foucher: That's not true.
Madeleine: I don't like what you've become. You hang around with nothing to do. You're sad and bitter.
Madame Emery: Where were you?
Geneviève Emery: With Guy.
Madame Emery: What were you doing?
Geneviève Emery: Mother, he's leaving. He'll be away for two years. I can't live without him. I'll die.
Madame Emery: Stop crying. Look at me. People only die of love in movies.
Geneviève Emery: Why is Guy growing so distant? I would have died for him. So why aren't I dead?
Geneviève Emery: I'm going to see Guy.
Madame Emery: I forbid you to see that boy. Stay here.
Geneviève Emery: I don't want to respect you, but I'm going.
Madame Emery: You stay right here! Anyway, Mr. Cassard will be here soon, and I want you to be present.
Roland Cassard: I've just seen Miss Genevieve. I would have liked...
Madame Emery: She's gone out. The life we lead here is so sad for a young girl. This dreary shop. She's bored, and I fear she'll become depressed. Would you like some tea?
Roland Cassard: With pleasure.
Madame Emery: We've just had a terrible fight about you.
Roland Cassard: About me?
Madame Emery: She wanted to go out, but I didn't want her to. We had a row. We've been so lonely since my husband died.
Garage Attendant: I don't like operas. Movies are better.
Garage Attendant: All that singing gives me a pain. I like movies better.
Guy Foucher: What's wrong? Are you crying?
Aunt Élise: Don't be silly.
Guy Foucher: Yes, you are. Is it because you're all alone?
Aunt Élise: I'm not alone. I have my books. Madeline's coming to give me a shot. She'll keep me company.
Guy Foucher: What is it, then?
Aunt Élise: Maybe happiness makes me sad.
Madame Emery: Do you know exactly what you'd like?
Umbrella Buyer: An umbrella. A black umbrella.
Madame Emery: Geneviève, show the gentleman the umbrellas.
Geneviève Emery: We'll sell umbrellas. No, not umbrellas. We'll sell the shop.
Guy Foucher: We'll buy a gas station.
Geneviève Emery: Why? What an idea!
Guy Foucher: All white, with an office. You'll see.
Geneviève Emery: You'll smell like gasoline all day. It'll be heaven!
Madame Emery: Why don't you stop by tomorrow at my shop, the Umbrellas of Cherbourg. I'm always there.
Guy Foucher: Jenny...
Jenny: [naked in a hotel bed] You can call me Geneviève if you'd like.
Guy Foucher: Geneviève...
Jenny: You're going to say I reminding you of someone.
Guy Foucher: Good-bye, Jenny.
Jenny: Come back anytime.