Marriage Italian Style (1964)
Domenico Soriano: Filume'!
Filumena Marturano: What do you want?
Domenico Soriano: A trick! How could you?
Filumena Marturano: And how could you do so many other things? I let you change the cashier one, two, three times. The first one: I rose above it. "Filume', you need a rest." Fine. Let's rest. The second: luckily, she left you. And the third one you want to marry. That disgusting brat.
Filumena Marturano: [subtitled version] The problem is that our hearts used to be so big...
[holds up pebble]
Filumena Marturano: and now look how small they are.
Domenico Soriano: [subtitled version] The more the world changes, the more it stays the same. Houses, palaces, skyscrapers. And in the middle... an old story like ours.
Prostitute: [air raid siren heard] What do we do?
Domenico Soriano: It goes off every time I take off my pants!
Prostitute: I'm scared. I'm getting out of here!
Bus Driver: Just a moment, Miss. I'll help you. Wait, Miss. I'll help you. Ah!
Filumena Marturano: He's peeping. Don't get fresh! Get a nice view?
Domenico Soriano: You don't wear hose?
Filumena Marturano: I wear - a garter belt. It's more fashionable. Don't you like it?
Domenico Soriano: Filumena, what are you wearing?
Filumena Marturano: Don't you like it?
Domenico Soriano: Yes, but...
Filumena Marturano: You bought me these shoes.
Domenico Soriano: Yes, but there's a certain style. I have a new car. I wanted to take you to the Agnano racetrack.
Filumena Marturano: I understand.
Domenico Soriano: Are you upset?
Filumena Marturano: No. You just said the most wonderful thing in the world to me. You want to take me with you and show me off in front of everyone. Like a lady.
Filumena Marturano: [getting ready to change her clothes] I'm not wearing any underwear.
Domenico Soriano: Take it off.
Filumena Marturano: Turn around.
Domenico Soriano: Filume'.
Filumena Marturano: Turn around. - - You're peeking.
Domenico Soriano: Of course.
Filumena Marturano: There's no one here. You brought me here on a day when nobody's here.
Domenico Soriano: There are no races on Tuesday. But Agnano is much better this way. It's more poetic.
Filumena Marturano: Dummi'! Dummi'!
[races up the stairs and kisses Domenico]
Domenico Soriano: Are you crazy?
Filumena Marturano: Yes, I'm crazy. I'm crazy.
Filumena Marturano: I'm crazy! I'm crazy.
Filumena Marturano: How much is the rent?
Domenico Soriano: The lease is 3,000 lire, but, between us, a kiss every fortnight will do.
Filumena Marturano: It's not enough. Raise my rent or I'm leaving.
Filumena Marturano: Dummi', it's never been as good as tonight. Isn't it true?
Domenico Soriano: Yes, but I have to go now. It's late. Turn on the light.
Filumena Marturano: No. Stay and sleep next to me - like husband and wife.
Domenico Soriano: Whore! You started out a whore and you still are.
Filumena Marturano: You're talking about your wife.
Domenico Soriano: What wife? What wife!
Filumena Marturano: Yours. Mrs. Soriano. Me!
Filumena Marturano: A month ago, you made a fool of yourself over that disgusting girl! A man of 50 with a 20-year-old!
Domenico Soriano: What do you care if she's 20 or 22?
Filumena Marturano: I don't! I don't! I don't care about you at all anymore.