“The Witches” quotes(1990)
Plot – During the holidays in Norway at grandmother Helga's, little Luke loses his parents in a serious accident. Helga loves him and the boy is fascinated by her scary stories. One evening they talk about witches, which still circulate all over the world. They are bad, bald and with reddish eyes but they appear as normal women to other people. Before returning to the United States, Helga and Luke go to a hotel on the British coast to participate to the annual congress of "childhood benefactors". The main subject is the prevention of crimes against children and the participants are British witches.
All actors – Anjelica Huston, Mai Zetterling, Jasen Fisher, Rowan Atkinson, Bill Paterson, Brenda Blethyn, Charlie Potter, Jane Horrocks, Anne Lambton, Sukie Smith, Rose English, Jenny Runacreshow all
“The Witches” Quotes 6 quotes
“Witches spend their time plotting to kill children, stalking the wretched child like a hunter stalks a bird in the forest.”
“- Helga: Oh, how I love English hotel teas! Cream cakes, and shortbread, and...
- Luke: No grandma.
- Helga, Luke: No cream cakes.
- Helga: And no shortbread either; it's full of sugar. Soon I will be eating the same diet as your mice.”
“Witches of England... you are a disgrace! Miserable witches... you are good-for-nothing worms! Everywhere I look, I see the repulsive sight of hundreds, thousands of revolting little children...”
“Nobody's ever seen the Devil, but we know he exists, don't we?”