Crimson Peak (2015)
Jessica Chastain: Lucille Sharpe
Lucille Sharpe : [Looking at the dead butterflies] They're dying. They take the heat from the sun, and when it deserts them, they die.
Edith Cushing : How sad.
Lucille Sharpe : No, it's not sad, Edith. It's nature. It's a world of everything dying and eating each other right beneath our feet.
Edith Cushing : Surely there's more to it than that.
Lucille Sharpe : [Looking at Edith] Beautiful things are fragile... At home we have only black moths. Formidable creatures, to be sure, but they lack beauty. They thrive on the dark and cold.
Edith Cushing : What do they feed on?
Lucille Sharpe : Butterflies, I'm afraid.
Lucille Sharpe : But the horror... The horror was for love. The things we do for love like this are ugly, mad, full of sweat and regret. This love burns you and maims you and twists you inside out. It is a monstrous love and it makes monsters of us all.
Lucille Sharpe : The more the house sinks, the worse it gets. We must do something about it.