Ricardo Quotes in Death in Granada (1996)
Ricardo: That night I understood that what you write could bring you trouble, I mean real trouble. I learned that poetry could be an act of violence.
Ricardo: And what was it you wanted to see me about?
Rosa: I suppose I sent for you?
Ricardo: Well you meant to. Didn't she, Marie?
Ricardo: But I will still remember the happiness we've known.
Fiorello: Ricardo, how do you feel?
Ricardo: After a meal like that great. I could sing my head off. Cosi-Cosa. It's a wonderful word tra-la-la-la.
Ricardo: Let me properly introduce you. That is Henri. He likes to be called Chim-chim but we don't always get what we like.
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