Beatrice Fairbanks Quotes in The Longest Week (2014)
Beatrice Fairbanks Quotes:
Conrad Valmont: [Looking at an abstract painting] A car, right? You see the... you see just the headlights?
Beatrice Fairbanks: It's a female orgasm. I think it's kind of clear.
Conrad Valmont: That the driver is having?
Conrad Valmont: Didn't have sex with her?
Dylan Tate: No, I didn't have sex with her. I had to talk to her all night. She only left half an hour ago. It was horrible.
Beatrice Fairbanks: [on the phone with Jocelyn at the very same time] So, what happened last night?
Jocelyn #2: What happened was that it was amazing and we talked until the sun came up!
Beatrice Fairbanks: That's amazing!
Conrad Valmont: I'm quitting. The whole act.
Beatrice Fairbanks: Well, it wasn't the act that bothered me. It was the cover-up.
Conrad Valmont: Well, the act *was* the cover-up.
Beatrice Fairbanks: Do you ever notice that the people who make fun of people for being pretentious are usually the pretentious ones? It's just Duchamp but without the wit.
Conrad Valmont: You ever noticed how people only lash out on others because they're afraid of what they see because they see themselves?
Beatrice Fairbanks: What if I tell you "I love you," does that mean I actually love myself?
Conrad Valmont: Exactly.
Beatrice Fairbanks: I love you.
Conrad Valmont: I love you too.
Narrator: It was at that moment Conrad and Beatrice knew that it was over. Beatrice couldn't help but feel sympathy for Conrad. Not love but sympathy. One can often get confused for the other.
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