Movie Quotes from Unbearable Lightness of Being, The: Quotes from the movie Unbearable Lightness of Being, The

-what are you thinking? -I was just thinking how happy i am.

A broom…..among brooms….in a broom closet.

All I’m saying is that morality has changed since Oedipus.

Are you only searching for pleasure? Or is every woman a new land, who’s secrets you want to discover? You want to know what she’s going to say when she makes love, or how she’ll smile, how she’ll whisper, groan, scream.

Everywhere music’s turning into noise. Look. These plastic flowers – they even put them in water! And look at that. Those buildings – the uglification of the world. The only place we can find beauty is if its persecutors have overlooked it. It’s a planetary process, and I can’t stand it.

I am so unbearably light

If I had two lives, in one life I could invite her to stay at my place, and in second life I could kick her out. Then I could compare and see which had been the best thing to do. But we only live once. Life’s so light – it’s like an outline we can’t ever fill in or correct, make any better. It’s frightening.

In Prague in 1968, there lived a young doctor named Tomas.

Life is such a weight for me, and it is so light for you. That lightness is too unbearable for me.

Maybe the very smallest, unimaginable details, tiny things, make one woman totally unlike any other.

Now they have what they wanted. Now you are afraid.

Take off your clothes.

th strong’s too weak to hurt the weak, the weak must be strong enough to leave

What am I going to do, take pictures of naked women? Why does everybody want to see pictures of naked women? Are they that interesting?

Your hat makes me want to cry

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