Les Dames du Bois de Boulogne (1945) Poster

Lucienne Bogaert: Mme. D


  • Agnès : [looking aroud her new home]  Are you sure all this is necessary? If so, I accept it. But do you realize what we are in for?

    Mme. D : I do. Our life was a nightmare.

    Agnès : And this is a dream?

  • Agnès : [on her new bedroom]  I call this a prison.

    Mme. D : Trees! You have a lovely view of the square.

    Agnès : Am I allowed to look outside?

  • Mme. D : Her life was dancing, but this was not her dream. She wanted to live for dancing, not dance to earn us a living.

  • Mme. D : Agnès! My little girl!

    Agnès : I'm no little girl. I'm a whore!

  • Hélène : Please, not a word of thanks! Just follow my advice.

    Mme. D : You're an angel.

    Hélène : We are all angels. Obey me and don't worry.

  • Mme. D : Be simple.

    Agnès : Simple?

    Mme. D : Yes, simple, like me. I take things as they come. I ask of things only what they wish to give. These flowers give their perfume, and I breathe it in.

  • Agnès : Men are vicious!

    Mme. D : Not all of them. Not all.

  • Mme. D : You're so impatient! Like a bull at a gate. You decide this, decide that. You rush into things. Just let things be.

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