Diane Kruger: Helen
Paris : Pearls from the sea of Propontus.
Helen : They're beautiful, but I could never wear them, Menelaus would kill us both.
Paris : Don't be afraid of him.
Helen : I'm not afraid of dying, I'm afraid of tomorrow. I'm afraid of watching you sail away and knowing you'll never come back. Before you came to Sparta, I was a ghost. I walked and I ate and I swam in the sea... I was just a ghost.
Paris : You don't have to fear tomorrow... come with me!
Helen : Don't play with me, don't play.
Paris : If you come, we'll never be safe. Men will hunt us, the gods will curse us, but I'll love you. Until the day they burn my body, I'll love you.
Helen : Menelaus was a brave man. He fought for honor. And every day I was with him, I wanted to walk into the sea and drown.
Helen : [to Hector] All those widows. I still hear them screaming. Their husbands died because I'm here.