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Look Back in Anger

Look Back in Anger

Alison Porter: [on bears and squirrels] Its sort of a silly symphony for people who can't bear the pain of being human any longer.


--Mary Ure (as Alison Porter) in Look Back in Anger

Look Back in Anger

Look Back in Anger

Alison Porter: I don't think I want anything more to do with love. Not any more, I can't take it on.


--Mary Ure (as Alison Porter) in Look Back in Anger

Look Back in Anger

Look Back in Anger

Alison Porter: I keep looking back as far as I remember. I can't think what it was like to feel young, really young. Jimmy said the same thing to me the other day and I pretended not to be listening because I thought it would hurt him I suppose. But I knew just what he meant. Oh I suppose it would've been so easy to say 'oh yes darling, I know what you mean, I know how you're feeling'. Its these easy things that seem to be so impossible with us.


--Mary Ure (as Alison Porter) in Look Back in Anger

Look Back in Anger

Look Back in Anger

Colonel Redfern: I think you take after me my dear, you like to sit on the fence. Its comfortable and more peaceful.
Alison Porter: Sitting on the fence - I married him didn't I?


--Mary Ure (as Alison Porter) in Look Back in Anger

Look Back in Anger

Look Back in Anger

Jimmy Porter: I didn't know about the baby. I don't exactly relish the idea of pain and suffering but it wasn't my first loss you know.
Alison Porter: It was mine.


--Mary Ure (as Alison Porter) in Look Back in Anger


Look Back in Anger

Look Back in Anger

Jimmy Porter: I'm sorry.
Alison Porter: Get out.
Jimmy Porter: You think I did it on purpose?
Alison Porter: Clear out of my sight!


--Mary Ure (as Alison Porter) in Look Back in Anger

Look Back in Anger

Look Back in Anger

Jimmy Porter: Remember that time we first met, grisly party. Didn't really notice me at all. I couldn't take my eyes off you all evening. You seemed to have such a wonderful relaxation of spirit. I knew that was what I wanted. Then after we were married I realised it wasn't relaxation after all. To relax you've got to sweat your guts out. You, you never had a hair out of place or a bead of sweat anywhere. I know I'm a lost caues but I thought if you loved me it didn't really matter.
Alison Porter: It does matter, I was wrong. I don't want to be neutral, I want to be a lost cause. Don't you understand - it's gone, that helpless human being inside my body. I thought it was so safe and secure in there but its gone. All I wanted was to die. I was in pain and all I could think about was you and what I'd lost.


--Mary Ure (as Alison Porter) in Look Back in Anger

Look Back in Anger

Look Back in Anger

Jimmy Porter: She's taken you with her and you're so bloody wet you've let her do it.
Alison Porter: All I want is a little peace.


--Mary Ure (as Alison Porter) in Look Back in Anger

Look Back in Anger

Look Back in Anger

Jimmy Porter: What about you, do you want to come?
Alison Porter: I'm going out with Helena.
Alison Porter: That's not a direction, its an affliction.


--Mary Ure (as Alison Porter) in Look Back in Anger

Look Back in Anger

Look Back in Anger

Cliff Lewis: You're a brave girl.
Alison Porter: I don't feel very brave Cliff, I really don't. I don't think I can take much more, I feel rather sick.


--Mary Ure (as Alison Porter) in Look Back in Anger

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