The British Notebook

This is the scene after Allie unexpectedly spends a few romantic nights with her first (and only) true love, Noah. She becomes scared because she is already engaged to another man and knows his heart will be broken if he finds out. Noah is very upset by the fact that she is running from him again and that he might lose her. AWWWW. Sigh. Swoon.

Allie: “I know that they happened, and the were the bees knees. But they were also very irresponsible.” (Noah gets up angrily, overturning a chair and starting a kerfuffle)
Allie: “I have a fiance waiting for me at a hotel whos gonna be gutted when he finds out what I did!”

Noah: (bollocking)”So you make love to me, and then you go back to your husband? Was that your plan? Was that a test that I didn’t pass?”

Allie: “Rubbish! I made a promise to a mate.  He gave me a ring and I gave him my word.”

Noah: “And your word is shot to hell now, dodgy, dontcha think?”

Allie: “I don’t know-I don’t know. I’ll find out when I talk to him.”

Noah: “This is not about keeping your promise, and its not about following your heart. It’s about security.”

Allie: “What is that supposed to mean?”

Noah: “Money!”
Allie: “What are you talki-”

Noah: “He’s got alot of money!”

Allie: “Now I hate you, you smug wanker!”

Noah: “Well I hate you. If you leave here, I hate you.”

Allie: “Wha-haven’t you been paying attention to anything that’s been happening these past few days?”

Noah: “Bugger all, I guess I must have misread all those signals.”

Allie: “Yeah I guess you did.”