Barry Lyndon

Redmond, how nice to see you.
How could you do this to me?
Redmond, what's the matter?
What are you saying?
I think this might be the moment
to return something to you.

Thank you, Redmond.
I must have forgotten it.
Yes, you did.
Captain Quin, may I introduce
my cousin, Redmond Barry.

Miss Brady, it would appear...
:12:50 both have something
private to discuss.

It would be best for me to withdraw.
Captain Quin, I have nothing private
to discuss with my cousin.

Miss Brady, it appears you have
a great deal to discuss.

Captain Quin, he don't signify any more
than my parrot or lapdog.

Are you in the habit of giving...
...intimate articles of your clothing
to your parrot or lapdog?

Mayn't I give a bit of ribbon
to my own cousin?

You're welcome, miss.
As many yards as you like.
When ladies make presents to gentlemen,
it's time for other gentlemen to retire.

I wish you both a good day.
Jack Quin!
What's the matter?
I'll tell you, sir.
I've had enough of Miss Brady
and your Irish ways.

What is it?
We'll accustom you to Irish ways,
or we'll adopt English ones.

It is not the English way
for ladies to have two lovers.

And so, I'll thank you to pay me
the sum you owe me.

And I resign all claims
to this young lady.

If she fancies schoolboys,
let her take 'em, sir.

You're joking!
I never was more earnest.