Sins of the Mother (1991 TV Movie)
Elizabeth Montgomery: Ruth Coe
[last lines, Ruth is in prison for trying to attempt murder]
Ruth Coe : [to her prison guard] I, uh... don't suppose I have a letter from son? He's so loyal - he writes me often. I have a fine baby boy. Well, he's not really a baby anymore, but he'll always be my baby. Do you have children?
[the prison guard looks at her as she waits]
Ruth Coe : No, I've asked you that before. Everyone should have children; it's life's grandest experience, to watch them grow, to become good and fine and strong, someone to look after you in your old age.
[winks at her, gets taken to her cell]
Ruth Coe : He was framed, of course. It's unconscionable. All political - all of it - to get my family, to bring down the Coes. And to what end? I'll never understand it. Do you know what Kevin and I share? It's much more closer than a mother and a son. It's closer, deeper. I know what he's feeling right now, and he knows what I feel - always. Nothing can ever come between us, nothing. No one can be closer than a mother and a son.