Quotes from the Movie Dangerous Beauty

Do you know what my daughter's nurse told her today? In a girl's voice lies temptation - a known fact. Eloquence in a woman means promiscuity. Promiscuity of the mind leads to promiscuity of the body. She doesn't believe it yet, but she will. She'll grow up just like her mother. Marry, raise children and honor her family. Spend her youth in needlepoint and rue the day she was born a girl. And when she dies, she'll wonder why she obeyed all the rules of God and Country for no biblical hell could ever be worse than a state of perpetual inconsequence.

Beatrice Venier

If I didn't know you better I'd think you have the feigned indifference of a man in love. Go on son. Tell the truth and shame the devil.

Domenico

It's the wanting that keeps us alive.

Paola Franco

Desire begins in the mind. Cleopatra, Theodocia, she could seduce a man at twenty paces, without revealing an inch of flesh.

Paola Franco

Do you know what my daughter's nurse told her today? In a girl's voice lies temptation - a known fact. Eloquence in a woman means promiscuity. Promiscuity of the mind leads to promiscuity of the body. She doesn't believe it yet, but she will. She'll grow up just like her mother. Marry, raise children and honor her family. Spend her youth in needlepoint and rue the day she was born a girl. And when she dies, she'll wonder why she obeyed all the rules of God and Country for no biblical hell could ever be worse than a state of perpetual inconsequence.

Beatrice Venier

If I didn't know you better I'd think you have the feigned indifference of a man in love. Go on son. Tell the truth and shame the devil.

Domenico

It's the wanting that keeps us alive.

Paola Franco

Desire begins in the mind. Cleopatra, Theodocia, she could seduce a man at twenty paces, without revealing an inch of flesh.

Paola Franco

God made sin that we might know his mercy.

Marco Venier

I see my fated stars your eyes, they melt me as the sun does snow. I bought this in Rome - for you.

Marco Venier

I think you're perhaps too young to accept what I would truly give you.

Marco Venier

Veronica! Veronica! Veronica, my little poetesse. Youre the brightest star in the Venetian firnment - the coldest and yet the brightest. Veronica - my uncle tells me I have the feigned indifference of a man (a pause when Veronica's patron walks out behind her) about to be married. Im getting married Veronica congratulate me.

Marco Venier

It must be interesting to be in a room full of men, most of whom you've seen with their pants down.

Maffio Venier

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