Queen Margot (1994)
[as Henri and Margot walk down the aisle after being married]
Henri: Your mother hates me.
Margot: Yours hated me.
Henri: Yours *killed* mine.
Charles IX: One who gives life is no longer a mother once she takes that life back.
La Môle: You smelt of jasmine that morning. I thought: maybe she's ugly under her mask. Or disfigured. But it didn't matter. You wouldn't let me kiss you.
La Môle: I thought, she's even lonelier than me. She loves as though she is seeking revenge.
La Môle: Promise me something. They say death always took your lovers. They say you lock their hearts in gold boxes around your bed.
Margot: They do? What else? That at night, wearing a mask, I roam the city, looking for love?
La Môle: One day you'll know who you really are. Promise you won't forget me... the one you shouldn't have loved.
Margot: I promise.
Margot: La Mole would die for us!
Henri: For *us*?
Margot: Yes, for us.
Henri: He'd die for another night with you.
Anjou: Welcome to the family Henri; it's a bit peculiar but not that bad.
Coconnas: You come for the wedding?
La Môle: No. That Margot is an evil whore. The wedding shames us all.
Catherine de Médicis: [to Henri de Navarre] The Protestants believe you betrayed them. They can't understand. What is betrayal but one's skill in following the flow of events?
Catherine de Médicis: I love my three children. I mean, all four of them.
Le Cardinal: Henri de Bourbon, do you take Marguerite de Valois as your wife?
Henri: I do.
Le Cardinal: Marguerite de Valois, do you take Henri de Bourbon, King of Navarre, as your husband?
[there is a pause]
Le Cardinal: Marguerite de Valois, do you take... In the name of God, and His Holy Church, I join you in matrimony.