“Last Tango in Paris” quotes(1972)
Plot – In an apartment for rent, Paul meets Jeanne and imposes her a series of violent sexual relations. Even though they decided not to tell anything about them, the two trace thorough portraits of rotten personalities. Paul is an American 43-year-old man, son of drunkards and fresh from failed experiences, such as the relationship with Rosa, who killed herself. Jeanne is torn about the attraction and the repugnance she feels for the mature lover, while she is about to marry Tom, a charming director. However, Jeanne doesn’t resist to Paul’s disgusting demands, who meanwhile makes dirty speeches about women, love and family.
All actors – Marlon Brando, Maria Schneider, Maria Michi, Giovanna Galletti, Gitt Magrini, Catherine Allégret, Luce Marquand, Marie-Hélène Breillat, Catherine Breillat, Dan Diament, Catherine Sola, Mauro Marchetti, Jean-Pierre Léaud, Massimo Girotti, Peter Schommer, Veronica Lazar, Rachel Kesterber, Ramón Mendizábal, Mimi Pinson, Darling Légitimus, Gérard Lepennec, Stéphan Koziak, Armand Abplanalp, Laura Betti, Jean-Luc Bideau, Michel Delahaye, Gianni Pulone, Franca Sciuttoshow all
“Last Tango in Paris” Quotes 16 quotes
“Love is not pop.”
“Go, get the butter.”
“- Paul: You ran through Africa and Asia and Indonesia, and now I found you... and I love you. I want to know your name.
- Jeanne: Jeanne.”
“Even if a husband lives 200 hundred fucking years, he'll never discover his wife's true nature.”
“It's better not knowing anything.”
“- Paul: I'm awfully sorry to intrude, but I was so... struck with your beauty that I thought perhaps I could offer you a glass of champagne. Is this seat taken?
- Jeanne: No.”
“You know in 15 years, you're going to be playing soccer with your tits. What do you think of that?”
“Olympia is the personification of domestic virtue: faithful, economic and racist.”
“Beauty of mine, sit before me. Let me peruse you and remember you... always like this.”
I come from a time when a guy like me used to come into a joint like this and pick up a young chick like you and... call her a “bimbo”.
“- Jeanne: Why do you hate women?
- Paul: Because either they always pretend to know who I am, or they pretend I don't know who they are, and that's very boring.”
“That's your happiness and my hap-penis.”
“Our marriage was nothing more than a foxhole for you. And all it took for you to get out was a 10 cent razor and a tub full of water.”