Jane Eyre (1996)
Jane Eyre: I am not deceitful! If I were, I should say I loved you.
Mr. Rochester: Do you think me handsome? Jane Eyre: No sir.
Young Jane Eyre: My parents died when I was very young. I went to stay with my Aunt who didn't love me.
Adele Varens: Mademoiselle, will we be very happy? Jane Eyre: We will work hard, and we will be content.
Mr. Rochester: Are you fond of presents? Jane Eyre: I hardly know. I have little experience of them.
Mr. Rochester: Jane, you're a strange and almost unearthly thing.
Jane: We are truly devoted, my Edward and I; our hearts beat as one; our happiness is complete.
Mr. Brocklehurst: And what is hell? Can you tell me that? Jane Eyre: A pit full of fire. Mr. Brocklehurst: And should you like to fall into that pit, and to be burning there forever? Jane Eyre: No sir. Mr. Brocklehurst: What must you do to avoid it? Jane Eyre: I must keep in good health and not die.
Jane Eyre: Remember, the shadows are just as important as the light.