The King and I - 1956
- So many English books l read introduce strange idea...
...of love, et cetera, et cetera, et cetera.
- But it is a silly complication of a pleasant simplicity.
A woman is designed for pleasing man. That is all.
A man is designed to be pleased by many women.
+ How do you explain the fact, Your Majesty...
...that many men remain faithful to one wife?
- They are sick.
+ But you do expect women to be faithful.
+Well, why naturally?
- Because it is natural.
lt is like old Siamese rhyme:
A girl must be like a blossom
With honey for just one man
A man must live like honey bee
And gather all he can
To fly from blossom to blossom
A honey bee must be free
But blossom must not ever fly
From bee to bee to bee
+ Oh, Your Majesty, in my country we have a far different attitude.
We believe that for a man to be truly happy...
...he must love one woman and one woman only.
- This idea was invented by woman.
+ But it's a beautiful idea, Your Majesty.
ln England, we're brought up with it.
Apocalypse Now- 1979
At first, I thought they handed me the wrong dossier.
I couldn't believe they wanted this man dead.
top of his class,
about a thousand decorations,
et cetera, et cetera.
Henry & June - 1990
- There are 66 ways in which to make love.
+ Oh? Really?
- They will show you love in a taxi.
Love when one of the partners is sleepy.
Love in the street.
Et cetera, et cetera.
Madagascar - 2005
Now, presenting your royal highness, the illustrious blah, blah, blah.
You know, et cetera, et cetera.
Hooray. Let's go.