Laura Brown: It would be wonderful to say you regretted it. It would be easy. But what does it mean? What does it mean to regret when you have no choice? It's what you can bear. There it is. No one's going to forgive me. It was death. I chose life.
Clarissa Vaughn: That is what we do. That is what people do. They stay alive for each other.
Louis Waters: The day I left him I got on a train and made my way across Europe. I felt free for the first time in years.
Julia: You can't see that Louis Waters is weird?
Clarissa Vaughn: I can see that he's sad.
Julia: Well. All of your friends are sad.
Virginia Woolf: Say something, Nessa! Didn't you think I seemed better?
Richard Brown: Just wait till I die. Then you'll have to think of yourself. How are you going to like that?
Kitty: All my life I could do anything. I could do anything, really. Except the one thing I wanted.
Virginia Woolf: Im dying in this town.
Laura Brown: Obviously, you... feel unworthy. Gives you feelings of unworthiness. You survive and they don't.
Virginia Woolf: I am attended by doctors. Everywhere. I am attended by doctors who inform me of my own interests.
Louis Waters: I know, you think am I still up for this, all this intensity, all those arguments, doors being slammed, well, you know what it's like.
Vanessa Bell: Your aunt is a very lucky woman Angelica. She has two lives. The life she is living, and the book she is writing.
Laura Brown: I love you, sweetheart. You're my guy.
Clarissa Vaughn: When I'm with him I feel... Yes, I am living. And when I'm not with him... Yes, everything does seem sort of silly.
Dan Brown: The thought of this life, that's what kept me going. I had an idea of our happiness.
Richard Brown: Would you be angry if I died?
Richard Brown: Who is this party for?
Clarissa Vaughan: What are you asking, what are you trying to say?
Richard Brown: I'm not trying to say anything. I think I'm staying alive just to satisfy you.