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Secret Things Quotes

Secret Things is a television program that debuted in 1970 . Secret Things ended its run in 1970.

It features Jean Francois Geneix as producer, Xavier Pirouselle in charge of musical score, and Wilfrid Sempe as head of cinematography.

Secret Things is recorded in French and originally aired in France. Each episode of Secret Things is 115 minutes long. Secret Things is distributed by Tartan Films.

The cast includes: Sabrina Seyvecou as Sandrine, Coralie Revel as Nathalie, and Fabrice Deville as Christophe.

Secret Things Quotes

Fabrice Deville as Christophe

  • (Fabrice Deville) "I am the death of all and the birth of all. Word and memory, fortitude and mercy, and the silence of secret things."

Coralie Revel as Nathalie

  • (Coralie Revel) "Next chapter: Men, a user's manual. First pick a good one. But don't fall all over him. Play the good, innocent little girl. Let him play protector."
  • (Sabrina Seyvecou) "We can all do that. Guys just want to get laid and move on."
  • (Coralie Revel) "That's why you don't fuck 'em. At least not just like that. Without letting on, study them, get them talking. Discover their weak spots and passions: money, cars, I dunno -- success, work. When you find out, you flatter them. Then, once you've chosen your man, you yield to him. Never on the first date. He'll think you're easy. Don't wait too long, either. After 3 or 4 dinners, then give him the works. Give him pleasure, make him think only he can make you climax, play the happy, docile woman, but not for too long. Soon in bed, you stop faking. Not seeing you climax will get him all worked up. Then without warning, drop him and start fooling around. Overtly. One night stands. If possible, with another woman. It'll humiliate him, drive him nuts. He'll come crawling back."
  • (Sabrina Seyvecou) "It works every time?"
  • (Coralie Revel) "Just about. That's the mystery of human nature -- we want what resists or escapes us."
  • (Sabrina Seyvecou) "Who taught you that?"
  • (Coralie Revel) "Life. My mother. But she and I were poor. I also read a lot. I had schooling like you. It didn't keep us from enduing in the same strip club. We women lack confidence and daring. Someone always has to be behind us, egging us on. We're a bit like the working class. My mother said they'd stay that way for one reason: they didn't dare move up. "Dare." That's what she'd always say. She knew about human nature."
  • (Sabrina Seyvecou) "Meanwhile, no guy ever made me come."
  • (Coralie Revel) "I know. And that's just fine."
  • (Sabrina Seyvecou) "If you say so."
  • (Coralie Revel) "You'll soon understand. What'd you do with your guy?"
  • (Sabrina Seyvecou) "I faked it."
  • (Coralie Revel) "Why?"
  • (Sabrina Seyvecou) "I wanted to make him happy."
  • (Coralie Revel) "No, you felt guilty, thinking it was your fault. You were wrong. Lesson 3: femmes fatales are usually narcissists or lesbians. They're frigid with men. They come when they want to, which isn't often. It's their strength. With famous courtesans --"
  • (Sabrina Seyvecou) "Want to make me a call girl?"
  • (Coralie Revel) "No, I'm teaching you about life. Now, with famous courtesans each guy wanted to succeed where others had failed. Pride will make a man spend a fortune to be seen with them. Frigidity helps with men. Sex enslaves you. The slave must be the other. Now you can come on your own, you're free. Get it?"
  • (Sabrina Seyvecou) "What about love?"
  • (Coralie Revel) "Our Enemy Number One. The real risk. In war, if you stop to think, you die. If we fall in love, we're done for. Has your life been such a thrill until now? Be realistic: no one'll help you change your life. True love can wait. Now show me how you fake it."
  • (Coralie Revel) "What's stopping you?"
  • (Sabrina Seyvecou) "You're nuts, I'd never dare."
  • (Coralie Revel) "Are you drunk?"
  • (Sabrina Seyvecou) "No."
  • (Sabrina Seyvecou) "No, I feel fine."
  • (Coralie Revel) "Then let's play a little game."
  • (Sabrina Seyvecou) "What game."
  • (Coralie Revel) "Daring. Daring to cross that forbidden think line that your friends will never cross. That will get you off."
  • (Sabrina Seyvecou) "I wanted to get out of there fast."
  • (Sabrina Seyvecou) "No."
  • (Coralie Revel) "Sit down. I won't jump you. First it has to happen in your head. Okay. Now close your eyes and let me guide you. The rest will come naturally. Go to the bed."
  • (Coralie Revel) "Close your eyes. Let yourself go. Every time you hesitate, make that little effort to keep going. Dare yourself to feel good. Stroke your body slowly. Try to explore it without shame. Run your hands over your body. Find the spots where you feel the most pleasure."

Sabrina Seyvecou as Sandrine

  • (Sabrina Seyvecou) "It felt funny being naked under our coats in the unsuspecting crowd. Funny, but really pleasant. So we kept it up. I had begun to dare. It gave me a sense of superiority over people I'd pass on the street."
  • (Sabrina Seyvecou) "What do you feel dancing naked with all those people watching?"
  • (Coralie Revel) "Nothing."
  • (Sabrina Seyvecou) "But you excite them."
  • (Coralie Revel) "Usually it's routine."
  • (Sabrina Seyvecou) "Usually?"
  • (Coralie Revel) "On stage once, I came the hardest I ever had."
  • (Sabrina Seyvecou) "Even with a guy?"
  • (Coralie Revel) "That night I came the hardest I ever had."
  • (Sabrina Seyvecou) "Why?"
  • (Coralie Revel) "Because people were watching."
  • (Sabrina Seyvecou) "Men were watching?"
  • (Coralie Revel) "People were watching. It really got me off and I came. It's happened several times."
  • (Sabrina Seyvecou) "So that's it?"
  • (Coralie Revel) "What?"
  • (Sabrina Seyvecou) "What makes you so exciting. Did it happen tonight?"
  • (Coralie Revel) "No such luck."
  • (Coralie Revel) "Did what I say shock you?"
  • (Sabrina Seyvecou) "No. I'm a little jealous. Ii figure I'd never dare."
  • (Coralie Revel) "Never dare what? Show yourself naked? Get off by exciting them? Or just get off?"
  • (Sabrina Seyvecou) "All that together. And I'm not pretty enough."
  • (Coralie Revel) "All us girls say that. I was afraid, too."

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