„You're forever falling for men on their last nights on furlough. That's about the limit of your commitments, one night, a day, a month.“

Lt. Cmdr. Charles E. Madison.
The Americanization of Emily (1964)
Contexto: You're forever falling for men on their last nights on furlough. That's about the limit of your commitments, one night, a day, a month. You prefer lovers to husbands, hotels to homes. You'd rather grieve than live.

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