Movie: I See a Dark Stranger [1946] Movie: I See a Dark Stranger [1946]

J. Miller:
You should visit England one day. You may change your mind.



Bridie Quilty:
There's no need. I've an aunt there who has told me all about it. She says the upper classes are cringing and always moaning about their troubles, and the lower classes are arrogant and think they own the Earth.



J. Miller:
I thought it was the other way round.



Bridie Quilty:
My aunt runs a servants' registry office.



J. Miller:
Ah!



Bridie Quilty:
There's no "ah" about it. She hates the whole lot of them, and so do I. My father fought for Ireland against the English in 1916, and if I ever get the chance I shall do the same.



J. Miller:
For a subject of a neutral country, aren't you being a little belligerent?



Bridie Quilty:
There's nothing belligerent about it. It's entirely a question of which side I'm neutral on.

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