“Another Woman” quotes(1988)
All actors – Gena Rowlands, Mia Farrow, Ian Holm, Blythe Danner, Gene Hackman, Betty Buckley, Martha Plimpton, John Houseman, Sandy Dennis, David Ogden Stiers, Philip Bosco, Harris Yulin, Frances Conroy, Fred Melamed, Kenneth Welsh, Bruce Jay Friedman, Bernie Leighton, Jack Gelber, Paul Sills, John Schenck, Noel Behn, Gretchen Dahm, Janet Frank, Dana Ivey, Alice Spivak, Mary Laslo, Carol Schultz, Dax Munna, Heather Sullivan, Margaret Marx, Jennifer Lynn McComb, Caroline McGee, Stephen Mailer, Jacques Levy, Dee Dee Friedman, Josh Hamilton, Kathryn Grody, John Towey, Michael Kirby, Fred Sweda, Jill Whitakershow all
“Another Woman” Quotes 14 quotes
“I wondered if a memory is something you have or something you've lost.”
- Paul: Do you remember some years ago when I showed you something I'd written, do you remember what you said?
- Marion: No, I don't remember. I was probably just trying to be truthful.
- Paul: Yes, I'm sure. You said, "This is overblown, it's too emotional, it's maudlin. Your dreams may be meaningful to you, but to the objective observer, it's... (continue)(continue reading)
“You're such a perceptive woman. How can you not understand his feelings?”
“- Marion: Why have you stopped sleeping with me?
- Ken: We are simply going through a less active period, that's all. Its not uncommon.
- Marion: Why? I just want to know why?
- Ken: Why don't we just go to bed.
- Marion: There was a time that we were dying to be together.
- Ken: Marion, you're still the most desirable woman that I know.”
“- Marion: But you want nothing around to even remind you of mother?
- Marion's Father: Well, there are times when even an historian shouldn't look at the past.
- Laura: Do you think at your age you can find someone and fall in love again?
- Marion's Father: One hopes at my age to build up an immunity.”
“She can't allow herself to feel. And the result is she's leading this cold, cerebral life. And she's alienating everyone around her.”
“I didn't think anything turning thirty. Everybody said I would. Then they said I'd be crushed turning forty, but they were wrong. I didn't give it a second's thought. Then they said that I'd be traumatized when I hit fifty, and they were right. I'll tell you the truth, I don't think I've ever recovered my balance since turning fifty.”