Myriamme Hayam Quotes in Moulin Rouge (1952)
Myriamme Hayam Quotes:
Henri: Will you to the opera go with me tomorrow night, mademoiselle? While you make up your mind, let me remind you of the ladies of the Spanish court, who always kept their pet apes by their side so that they themselves would look more beautiful.
Myriamme Hayam: Is your wit always turned against yourself, Monsieur Lautrec?
Henri: The morning wind is cold, but not so cold as the waters of the *Seine*.
Myriamme Hayam: You are mistaken, monsieur. I am *not* a candidate for the river.
Henri: We are *all* candidates, when driven by the mania of *love*.
Myriamme Hayam: Her eyes told me there were worse things than cold or hunger or even loneliness.
Myriamme Hayam: Do you drink for pleasure, Monsieur Lautrec?
Henri: Is there any other reason?
Myriamme Hayam: Many. My father, for instance, because he sought oblivion. Mercifully, he found it, quickly.
Henri: Your father was very fortunate.
Myriamme Hayam: Then, do you too seek oblivion?
Henri: I meant, to have so understanding a daughter.
Myriamme Hayam: Tell me about Marie Charlet.
Henri: What do you want to know?
Myriamme Hayam: Were you in love with her?
Henri: Let us say that she opened doors for me that might better have remained closed. It's a long time ago.
Myriamme Hayam: And have you never loved since?
Henri: My dear Myriamme, any man can only play the fool once, no more. Unless he enjoys the role.
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