Quotations from An Education
An Education is a story about a teenage girl during 1960s suburban London when she meets a playboy nearly twice her age. It's a drama about a coming-of-age sixteen year old that lives with her parents. Her parents want her to have a better life by attending Harvard, but she has a few different ideas, especially after she meets David Goldman. Diredted by Lone Scherfig. Starring Carey Mulligan, Peter Sarsgaard, and Alfred Molina.
An Education is a film for all ages. Read some quotes from the movie below.
Jenny: I don't want to lose my virginity to a piece of fruit.
Headmistress: [On Jenny's career opportunities] It doesn't have to be teaching. There's always the Civil Service.
Jenny: If people die the moment that they graduate, then surely it's the things we do beforehand that count.
Jack: Knowing a famous author is better than becoming one. It shows you're connected.
Helen: Someone told me that in about 50 years, no one will speak Latin, probably. Not even Latin people.
Miss Stubbs: You seem to be old and wise.
Jenny: I feel old. But not very wise.
David: Do you go yo concerts?
Jenny: No. We don't believe in concerts.
David: Oh, I assure you, they're real.
Jenny: If you never do anything, you never become anyone.
Jenny: One of the boys I dated, and they were boys, suggested that we go to Paris and I said I'd always wanted to see Paris. As if I'd never been!
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