“Enchanted April” quotes

Movie Enchanted April
Mike Newell directed this movie in 1991
Title Enchanted April
Year 1991
Director Mike Newell
Genre Drama
Plot – World War I has ended and Lottie Wilkins is depressed because her husband Mellersh complains constantly, so she decides to leave for a travel.
All actors – Josie Lawrence, Miranda Richardson, Alfred Molina, Neville Phillips, Jim Broadbent, Michael Kitchen, Joan Plowright, Polly Walker, Stephen Beckett, Matthew Radford, Davide Manuli, Vittorio Duse
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  • “All my dead friends don't seem worth reading tonight. They always say the same things. Good things, but always the same.”
    Joan Plowright - Mrs. Fisher
    [Tag:ghosts, talking]
  • “- Caroline Dester: I want to just sit and not talk and not have to be the centre of attention all the time. You know what that's like don't you?
    - Rose Arbuthnot: No.”

    Polly Walker - Caroline Dester
    Miranda Richardson - Rose Arbuthnot
  • “In my day husbands and beds were very seldom mentioned in the same breath. Husbands were taken seriously, as the only true obstacle to sin.”
    Joan Plowright - Mrs. Fisher
    [Tag:bed, husband, sin]
  • “- Mellersh Wilkins: You accepted an invitation from a friend without consulting me?
    - Lottie Wilkins: I'm consulting you now!
    - Mellersh Wilkins: Well you can write her and just tell her you can't go, it's absolutely out of the question!
    - Lottie Wilkins: I can't do that!
    - Mellersh Wilkins: Why not?
    - Lottie Wilkins: Because I don't want to!”

    Alfred Molina - Mellersh Wilkins
    Josie Lawrence - Lottie Wilkins
    [Tag:date, decision]
  • “I've wasted so much time being beautiful.”
    Polly Walker - Caroline Dester
    [Tag:beauty, time, waste]
  • “- Lottie Wilkins: Did you know Keats?
    - Mrs. Fisher: Keats! No I didn't, and I didn't know Shakespeare or Chaucer either.”

    Josie Lawrence - Lottie Wilkins
    Joan Plowright - Mrs. Fisher
  • “I hope you're not in the habit of seeing dead people, however distinguished - it's not in the best of taste! I'm sure the last thing I would want to see is my late husband Mr. Fisher crossing the road in front of my house.”

    Joan Plowright - Mrs. Fisher