Cégeste Quotes in Testament of Orpheus (1960)
Cégeste: It's no use. An artist always paints his own portrait. You'll never paint that flower.
Jean Cocteau - The Poet: And the flower?
Cégeste: Take it to her. After all, the goddess is a woman and women never object to being offered flowers
Cégeste: Mirrors reflect too much. They pretentiously reverse images and think they are profound.
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