Movie: The Loves of Carmen [1948] Movie: The Loves of Carmen [1948]

Movie: The Loves of Carmen [1948] Movie: The Loves of Carmen [1948]

Carmen García:
[a bride and groom just walk out of a church]


[to Jose]



Carmen García:
Look at them. The bride. They paide their last peseta to get rid of her. But it was worth it. The bride. She'll hate him, but she'll cling to him like a leach. There's a payo wife for you. And the fine groom. In a week, he will be beating her. There's a payo marriage for you.



Woman with Broom:
[a woman was listening on the stairs] Shut up, you! You talk that way because nobody would marry a Gypsy like you.



Carmen García:
No? I could marry any man in Seville I wanted to. But I'd rather be dead, do you hear? I'd rather be dead than be the stale wife of a spiritless payo!


[the wedding party passes, and Carmen calls out to the groom]



Carmen García:
Ah, Manuelito! Remember me, little pig of a payo? I told you she'd catch you! Little estúpido!


[the bride tries to go over and fight Carmen, but her husband holds her back. And Carmen throws an orange at her]

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Don José Lizarabengoa:
[noticing that Don Jose is looking at his stubbly face in a mirror with disgust] Yes, you've changed.



Don José Lizarabengoa:
[with self loathing] We become what we do...


[with irony]



Don José Lizarabengoa:
Don Jose!


[he throws away the mirror]

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Andrés:
[Sees Carmen standing by a cart, and runs over to her] Carmencita! Carmencita! Carmen, I've been looking for two days for you. For two days, Carmen, I inquired at the factory and you were absent. You weren't at Lillas Pastia's. What have you been doing?



Carmen García:
Sunning myself.

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Don José Lizarabengoa:
Where did you get that dress?



Carmen García:
That's my affair.



Don José Lizarabengoa:
[He slaps her] Where'd you get that dress?


[Slaps her again, and holds her in front of him]



Don José Lizarabengoa:
I'll kill you, as heaven is my witness, I'll kill you if you don't tell me!



Carmen García:
Joseíto, my little soldier.



Don José Lizarabengoa:
[She kisses him all over his face, as they struggle] Who is he? Who gave it to you?



Carmen García:
[Continues to kiss him] Look, Joseíto. Look how Carmen loves you. Look!



Don José Lizarabengoa:
I know you. I know what you are! Who is it now? Who is it now?


[He starts to choke her]



Don José Lizarabengoa:
Who is it now?

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Carmen García:
We all have to die, and I can't think of a nicer way than to be killed for love.

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