of Egypt, The (1998)
Tzipporah: Look. Look at your people, Moses. They are free.
Rameses: Let my heart be hardedned, and never mind how high
the cost may grow, this will still be so: I will never let
your people go.
Rameses: Come on, Moses, admit it. You've always looked
up to me. Moses: Yes, but it's not much of a view!
Rameses: The "weak link in the chain." That's what he called
me. Moses: Well, you are rather pathetic.
God: Take this staff, and do my wonders.
Moses: Let my people go!
Seti: Sometimes, for the greater good, sacrifices must be
Rameses: Tell me this Moses, tell me: why is it that every
time you do something, I'm the one who gets into trouble?
Moses: Is this where you found me? Queen: Moses, please
try to understand. Moses: So everything I thought, everything
I am, is a lie. Queen: No! You are our son and we love you.
Rameses: I will not be dictated to, I will not be threatened.
I am the morning and evening star, I am Pharaoh!
Rameses: I will not be the weak link!
Miriam: Moses, hear what I say. I've been a slave all my
life. And God has never answered my prayers until now. God
saved you from the river, He saved you in all your wanderings,
and even now, he saves you from the wrath of Pharaoh. God
will not abandon you. So don't you abandon us.