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That’s enough.

He became frightened and stopped listening.

I have told you the story of your father many many times.

I didn’t need to speak. I could lay thoughts out in his mind like they were a sheet.

George has fashioned me a metal finger tip, I am quite the town freak which satisfies!

What a death! What a chance! What a surprise! My will has chosen life! Still it has had me spooked and many others besides!

There is a silence where hath been no sound / There is a silence where no sound may be / In the cold grave, under the deep deep sea. -Thomas Hood…

At night! I think of my piano in its ocean grave, and sometimes of myself floating above it. Down there everything is so still and silent that it lulls me to sleep. It is a weird lullaby and so it is; it is mine.

The voice you hear is not my speaking voice – -but my mind’s voice. I have not spoken since I was six years old. No one knows why – -not even me. My father says it is a dark talent, and the day I take it into my head to stop breathing will be my last. Today he married me to a man I have not yet met. Soon my daughter and I shall join him in his own country. My husband writes that my muteness does not bother him – and hark this! He says, God loves dumb creatures so why not I?” ‘Twere good he had God’s patience for silence affects everyone in the end. The strange thing is I don’t think myself silent. That is because of my piano. I shall miss it on the journey.

Most o’ my boys just want company… a bit o’ cheerin’ up. I’m like a mother to ‘em! Only they can’t fuck their mothers so they come ‘ere.

Pardon?

I stay with Marie, beautiful Marie.

Look, I bring everything for supper!

I only take some money to buy food. For me and for you. Was that bad, Marie?

Inman. It is three years and I remember your name.

It’s where he’s from, it’s not his name.

Dear Mr. Inman, I began by counting the days, then the months. I don’t count on anything anymore except the hope that you will return, and the silent fear that in the years since we saw each other, this war, this awful war, will have changed us both beyond all reckoning.

It is, it is.

Everyday of my waiting…

Daddy, come inside before you drown!

What we have lost will never be returned to us. The land will not heal – too much blood. All we can do is learn from the past and make peace with it.

Yesterday I saw you walking back to me.

Hello, I’m Ada Monroe.

If you are fighting, stop fighting. If you are marching, stop marching. Come back to me. Come back to me is my request.

What do you care what his name is?