"I am the Comte de Reynaud at your service."
"A real one? Like the Comte de Monte Cristo?"
"Ah-ah! He was not a real one."
"To what do we owe the honour of your visit?"
"Well, as mayor of Lansquenet, I want to welcome you to the community and to invite you to worship with us at mass on Sunday."
"That's very kind of you, but actually we don't attend. We're glad to be so near the church, though. We'll enjoy singing with the bells, won't we Anouk?"
"The bells are not intended as an entertainment, Madame. They are a solemn call to worship for..."
"I beg your pardon?"
"Mademoiselle. I've never been married, but feel free to call me Vianne. I do hope you'll stop by when I open for business next week."
"Yes. Yes, opening a patisserie during the holy Lenten fast. I could imagine better timing."
"Oh, but it's not going to be a patisserie."
"Then what do you intend to..."
"It's a surprise. It was sweet of you to drop by."

"Come in, please, where it's warm. ....try this. ..I bet you've never had hot chocolate made from a 2000-year-old recipe?"
"Thank you, but no. Luc?"
"What's this?"
"What do you see, Madame, in this?"
"What does it look like to you? Just say the first thing that comes into your mind."
"A woman riding a wild horse?"
"Silly answer?"
"Oh, no, no, no. There are no silly answers. The pepper triangle, that's for you. A tiny hint of chilli pepper...to play against the sweetness, tangy and adventurous."

"How much are those chilli things, please?"
"$4.50 a box."
"Could you put a ribbon on it?"
"Then I can pretend they are from my husband."
"Of course."
"...Josephine Muscat. She waltzes to her own tune."
"And these are for your husband...unrefined cocoa nips from Guatemala...to awaken the passions."
"You've obviously never met my husband."
"Well, you've obviously never tried these."

"In the village, time passed. And the chocolaterie did not go out of business. The Comte de Reynaud felt himself being drawn into a strange crusade. His struggle to transform Serge into a gentleman...became more than an act of good will. It became a test. A holy war between chateau ..and chocolaterie."

"I'd like to apologize. For all of us. Sincerely."
"What for?"
"For whatever it is you're here to accuse us of."
"And why would I do that?"
"Well, because we river rats are the dregs of society. With horrible diseases and criminal impulses."
"Sounds terrifying. Is it true?"
"It's what you townspeople always seem to think, isn't it?"
"This is not my town. Sorry."

ANSWER: Chocolat (2000)

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