Colonel Philip Boyle:Remember, everything's right. Until it's wrong.
Catherine Bourne:Do you love me the way I am?
David Bourne:That's a funny question.
Catherine Bourne:If I changed, would you still?
Catherine Bourne:You could write about us.
David Bourne:I'm through with that story. I'm working on something else.
Catherine Bourne:We don't have to live life like normal people. We can do what we want.
David Bourne:And what kind of life is that?
David Bourne:You know you want to be careful about Absinthe. It tastes like remorse, yet it takes it away.
Marita:Do you want me to go away?
David Bourne:You'd be smart to.
Marita:I don't think so.
David Bourne:It's a strong wind today. We drink according to the wind.
Catherine Bourne:If I'm going to marry an impoverished genius, he has to have something to drive me around in.
Catherine Bourne:How could you write about your father and his whores?
Catherine Bourne:And I brought you a dark girl for a present.
David Bourne:And I like my present very much.
Marita:[Smiles]Do you really?
Catherine Bourne:Can I tell you a secret? You're not very hard to corrupt.
Catherine Bourne:It makes everything easy.
David Bourne:Seem easy.
David Bourne:[about his experience in Africa]Me and my father. It was when I got to know him.
Colonel Philip Boyle:You're the darkest white woman I've ever met...
David Bourne:What have you done, Devil?
David Bourne:I can't believe what's happening...