In a town called Hope on the edge of Britain's empire, desperations clash: the beautiful Dorothea Brook is desperate to free her pregnant si...更多>
Anne Cooper must leave my house immediately! You are no longer free to act.
Dorothea: You are wrong William. I am free now, from always having to act. William: You will have nothing! Be no one! Dorothea: But myself! Dorothea: I am nobody Mr. Hayes, but I do not intend to be nobody for long. It is too exhausting. Lawrence: With all due respect, you appear to be somebody to me. Dorothea: You're not a radical I hope Mr. Hayes? Lawrence: I take the liberty to follow my own thoughts. Dorothea: I'm a believer in independence myself. William Poyser: Your wit is uncommonly sharp, Miss Cooper. Ann Cooper: I have known what it is to want, Mr Poyser. William Poyser: You were a governess, I believe, before. Ann Cooper: Miss Brook freed me from that pinch and grind. William Poyser: Certainly we've all come here to better ourselves. Ann Cooper: If not to make ourselves better.