Anna And The King (1999)

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Anna Leonowens: (Gazing at the King on a balcony): What?
King Mongkut: Am wondering, giving circumstances, if it is proper for king to ask Anna to dance.
Anna Leonowens: I have danced with a king before, Your Majesty.
King Mongkut: And I with an English woman.
[They start to dance, and he pulls her close]
King Mongkut: Until now, Madame Leonowens, I did not understand supposition, man can be satisfied with only one woman.
[He kisses her hand, and they dance closer.]

 

## Prince Chulalongkorn ##
I was only a boy, but the image of my father holding the woman he loved for the last time has remained with me throughout the years.
It is always surprising how small a part of life is taken up by meaningful moments.Most often they’re over before they start even though they cast a light on the future and make the person who originated them unforgettable.

-taken from en.wikiquote.org-

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