The Journey (1959)
Deborah Kerr: Diana Ashmore
Diana Ashmore : [Dancing with the Major] You're drunk!
Major Surov : Yes, I am. And it's marvelous! Half my life I've been a soldier. Five campaigns, four scars, a shattered hip. And all that time, the Army's been my wife. A mean, old, possessive, insatiable, glorious bitch! And tonight I am cheating on her. And it's wonderful. Like picking flowers on a battlefield!
Major Surov : Anything goes when people meet for the last time.
Diana Ashmore : What do you mean?
Major Surov : Go to any railway station - that's what I mean. You'll see people doing things they'd never do, ordinarily. They kiss, they cry, they wave. That's the sickness of our time: people waving... Nobody waves back.