Movie quotes

  • Léa
    • Léa

      (2011)
    • 00:04:26 What?

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:03:46 I'm talking to you!

      • 00:04:23 It's Léa, isn't it? You're in Martinez' class?

      • 00:04:26 What?

      • 00:04:27 I've seen you at school. You work here now?

      • 00:04:29 Looks like it.

    • 00:10:08 What?

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:09:26 Pour me a glass of champagne?

      • 00:10:07 Léa?

      • 00:10:08 What?

      • 00:10:29 Hey, I'm here.

      • 00:10:32 Where are you?

    • 00:17:44 - What are you doing here? - You must be frozen.

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:17:39 I've been looking for an hour!

      • 00:17:41 I was going to call the police!

      • 00:17:44 - What are you doing here? - You must be frozen.

      • 00:17:49 No, that's not mine.

      • 00:17:53 Your hair's all mussed up.

    • 00:29:26 What's in it for me?

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:29:15 That's great!

      • 00:29:23 - Say you're coming tonight! - Stop it.

      • 00:29:26 What's in it for me?

      • 00:29:29 Alcohol?

      • 00:29:32 Conversation?

    • 00:30:59 What does your dad do?

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:30:49 It confirms my hatred for heritage and my "son of" theory.

      • 00:30:56 You don't agree.

      • 00:30:59 What does your dad do?

      • 00:31:03 He's dead.

      • 00:31:54 Not you, too!

    • 00:31:56 What?

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:31:03 He's dead.

      • 00:31:54 Not you, too!

      • 00:31:56 What?

      • 00:31:57 Itzinger, of course.

      • 00:32:00 I thought you were above it.

    • 00:32:16 It's what you wanted.

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:32:12 Lots of time to find him brilliant.

      • 00:32:14 - Alex! - Vitto!

      • 00:32:16 It's what you wanted.

      • 00:32:18 Be careful, I'm a prole.

      • 00:32:19 I'll have you on the ground, I swear it!

    • 00:35:26 What does she care?

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:35:18 No, you've been here just over three months.

      • 00:35:22 And you're eating well, right?

      • 00:35:26 What does she care?

      • 00:35:29 Does she still remember your name?

      • 00:35:33 No.

    • 00:42:14 what's wrong with this picture?

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:42:09 I'll be here for a month, reading and marking your work.

      • 00:42:13 So, tell me

      • 00:42:14 what's wrong with this picture?

      • 00:42:19 The rain's bad for the image.

      • 00:42:22 Not bad.

    • 00:48:17 What is it? What's wrong?

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:47:43 Thank you.

      • 00:48:17 What is it? What's wrong?

      • 00:48:21 Léa, are you OK?

      • 00:48:38 Are you hungry?

    • 00:50:12 between what's necessary and what's superfluous.

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:50:06 So it's not about how, in everyday language, we classify

      • 00:50:10 usefulness vs. Appeal,

      • 00:50:12 between what's necessary and what's superfluous.

      • 00:50:17 Thus we can understand the words "rare" and "usefulness".

      • 00:50:22 Their meaning is scientific.

    • 00:51:09 What does that mean?

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:50:52 Dammit!

      • 00:51:03 The first stages of economic cooperation are mainly based on...

      • 00:51:09 What does that mean?

    • 00:54:47 What are you thinking about?

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:54:47 What are you thinking about?

      • 00:54:50 None of your business.

      • 00:54:53 Nothing, anyway.

    • 00:57:22 What are you doing here?

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:57:02 White wine...

      • 00:57:12 Time to settle up, guys. My shift's over.

      • 00:57:22 What are you doing here?

      • 00:57:24 I don't know. Nothing.

      • 00:57:31 Something to drink?

    • 01:10:15 what do we find?

      • Time - Phrase
      • 01:10:13 So if we open Libération today,

      • 01:10:15 what do we find?

      • 01:10:17 A double page spread of Sarah Palin.

      • 01:10:22 She is, after all, in second place in the Republican party's race

    • 01:12:30 What have you got to offer?

      • Time - Phrase
      • 01:12:19 and you need to be able to incite hidden appetites.

      • 01:12:26 So today, Miss Arnaud, what are you going to sell us?

      • 01:12:30 What have you got to offer?

      • 01:12:37 Not much there...

      • 01:12:39 Apparently mute, apparently deaf and mute,

    • 01:13:04 Precisely what has she that is usable?

      • Time - Phrase
      • 01:12:56 Apparently, Miss Arnaud didn't get enough sleep last night.

      • 01:13:01 What does she have that she can use?

      • 01:13:04 Precisely what has she that is usable?

      • 01:13:24 See you soon, Miss.

      • 01:13:28 Now.

    • 01:16:12 What?

      • Time - Phrase
      • 01:16:04 Let go of me!

      • 01:16:08 Marry me! Marry me... Marry me.

      • 01:16:12 What?

      • 01:16:15 I meant to say...

      • 01:16:18 Forgive me.

    • 01:16:47 What's going on? What's up with you?

      • Time - Phrase
      • 01:16:41 You take care of everything.

      • 01:16:44 You decide. I'll do what you want.

      • 01:16:47 What's going on? What's up with you?

      • 01:16:50 Nothing, dammit! Don't you get what I'm saying?

      • 01:16:53 Are you going to answer?

    • 01:16:55 What am I supposed to answer?

      • Time - Phrase
      • 01:16:50 Nothing, dammit! Don't you get what I'm saying?

      • 01:16:53 Are you going to answer?

      • 01:16:55 What am I supposed to answer?

      • 01:16:58 You arrive in my life like a whirlwind.

      • 01:17:01 You don't even tell me who you are,

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