The Phantom of the Opera (1998 film)

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The Phantom of the Opera is a 1998 film about a man raised by rats deep under the Paris Opera House.

Directed by Dario Argento. Written by Gérard Brach, based on the novel by Gaston Leroux.

Dialogue[edit]

Christine Daae: I beg your pardon?
The Phantom: For what?
Christine Daae: I thought you said something
The Phantom: I said nothing. But I caught myself thinking about you. Thoughts that surprise me. And I'm not easily surprised.
Christine Daae: Thinking about me? Why?
The Phantom: I wanted to tell you, your voice fills my heart with divine light. Shhhhs. Listening too you is sublime, wonderful. This must be our secret. Tell nobody, then no one will know we'll meet again.
Christine Daae: How?
The Phantom: When you hear my thoughts, you'll know where to go.

The Phantom: The role is yours
Christine Daae: I don't want it
he Phantom: I said that it's yours
Christine Daae: I said, I don't want it. Tell me how many life did it costs, huh?
The Phantom: You shall sing Julliete and I shall be there with you.
Christine Daae: I hate you!
The Phantom: Yes. Well, hate and love are one.

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