What's Montague?
It is nor hand, nor foot,
nor arm, nor face,

nor any other part belonging to a man."
Take her.
You won't find anybody better.

Very nice, Miss Monteil.
Thank you.

She's perfect.
No more of your excuses.
We've got you now.

She'd be perfect
if she were the right age.

Juliet is 14.
It's right here in the text.
- This is too much.
- What do we do now?

Go on auditioning?
- Anne Larrieu?
- That's me.

Good morning. Shall I begin?
Go ahead.
"Thou knowest
the mask of night is on my face.

Else would a maiden blush
be paint my cheek

for that which thou
hast heard me speak tonight.

Fain would I dwell on form.
Dost thou love me?

I know thou wiltsay "aye,"
and I will take thy word.

Yet if thou swearest-"
That'll be all.
Thank you very much.

I'll do the play if she's Juliet.
Otherwise I'm not interested.

We've wasted enough time on this.
You're not being fair.
She's over 14 too!

She is over 14, and I am unfair.
Sometimes you have to be.
Besides, do you know
any 14-year-old actresses?

You're a real hypocrite!
It took you a whole week
to make up your mind.

Not at all.
I was convinced right away.

But I had to persuade the others,
and that was no small feat.

- You weren't sure at all.
- I was very sure.

This is the first time I've had sea urchins.
- How do you eat them?
- With a spoon or your fingers.

- And some lemon juice?
- No, no lemon juice.

What do you think of Juliet?
Oh, she's perfect.
And so is Romeo.