Let's go to the dialog:
"I accept your condemnation."
“Maybe you’ve had too much champagne.”
“Maybe this conversation scares you.”
“I laid my head down and closed my eyes, and I guess I dozed off. I don’t know how long I was asleep, but one of the pillows must have slipped off the vent, and I gradually became aware of a voice. A woman’s voice. And it was such an anguished, heart-wrenching sound that I was totally arrested by its sadness.”
|Ingmar Woody directs Liv Rowlands and Max Von Hackman|
“Something tells me you know everything, and you’re scared.”
"I closed the book, and felt this strange mixture of wistfulness and hope, and I wondered if a memory is something you have or something you've lost. For the first time in a long time, I felt at peace."
Finally this little gem, seems to be Woody's own review of his film:
"This is overblown, it's too emotional, it's maudlin. Your dreams may be meaningful to you, but to the objective observer, it's just so embarrassing."