Give me wine, I drain the dregs and toss the empty bottle at the world.
Perhaps Rochester's deathbed religious conversion disappoints some viewers, but, for a seventeenth century man convinced he embodied the spirit of his times, appropriate, surely.
And best of all, elizabeth.I put it round you know.(Samantha Morton was okay in the film, but.Still your cheesy erections till I have had my say.Feel how it was for me, how it is for me and ponder.Could not dance a half measure, could I?Show me our Lord Jesus in agony and I mount the cross and steal his nails for my own palms.Ladies, an announcement: I am up for it, all the time.Another reviewer has kindly posted Rochester's prologue speech.Monologue, elizabeth, barry, loading.The script is probably better than the film - billet echangeable ou remboursable sncf that was my impression when watching the movie two and a half years ago, and so.This feature is not available right now.And the same warning applies.
It would be too easy for a character like Rochester to steal all the scenes wholesale, but his fellow poets and playwrights, and the king, can quite keep up with his wit, even if they do all think it's dull without him.
Barry, his lover for a while, and eventual superstar of her age, has just as much fire as he, in her own distinct way.
That this person may be fun, but they will also be a goddamn problem if you get close to them.Please return to the main movie monologue page.B: It's a world, like any other - the law courts or the counting house.Or is there some wall of wretchedness that we all batter with our heads at that shining, livelong moment.' That.The, libertine is packed with great lines; some of its middling moments would seem outstanding in other plays, and best of all, that declamatory staginess too obvious in contemporary drama works perfectly because this is about Restoration wits and theatre people, and it's entirely fitting.I look upon a pinhead and I see angels dancing.