The Best Rebecca (2020) Movie Quotes

Watch the new Rebecca film on Netflix that’s based on the gothic novel by Daphne du Maurier. It’s visually captivating and mysterious from the start.

Whether you’re familiar with the book or have seen the previous movie by Alfred Hitchcock, this is one Netflix film you won’t want to miss, and it’s the perfect watch for a cozy fall afternoon.

Last night, I dreamt I went to Manderley again. I dreamt that where our drive once lay, a dark and tortured jungle grew. Nature had come into her own and yet the house still stood. Manderley. Secretive and silent as it had always been. Risen from the dead. Like all dreamers, I was allowed to pass through my memory. Spanning the years like a bridge. Back to that summer in Monte Carlo when I knew nothing and had no prospects. — Mrs. de Winter

I can see the girl I was so clearly, even if I no longer recognize her. — Mrs. de Winter

It’s odd isn’t it? Some people seem perfectly happy alone while other just need someone to pass the time with. Doesn’t matter who. — Mrs. Van Hopper’s traveling companion

Manderley, it’s more than a house. It’s my life. It’s been passed from father to son and father to son for centuries. — Maxim de Winter

Imagine if you could bottle a memory like scent. Then, whenever you wanted, you could open it. It’d be like living the moment all over again. — Mrs. Van Hopper’s traveling companion // And what particular moments in your young life would you bottle? — Maxim de Winter // This week. Now. Every minute of it. Never forget it. — Mrs. Van Hopper’s traveling companion // And any memories you didn’t want, you could simply throw away. — Maxim de Winter

Everyone knows he nearly lost his mind after she died. It was all too sudden and tragic. Do you honestly think he is in love with you? It was a distraction dear, that’s it. — Mrs. Van Hopper

Come with me to Manderley. — Maxim de Winter

I’m asking you to marry me, you little fool. — Maxim de Winter

You said you wanted to see the world. Manderley is the best part of it. — Maxim de Winter

He’s only marrying you because he doesn’t want to go on living in that big old house with her ghost! — Mrs. Van Hopper // I don’t believe in ghosts. — Mrs. Van Hopper’s traveling companion

I have no secrets from you. Don’t you think that’s how it should be now that we’re married? — Mrs. de Winter // All marriages have their secrets. — Maxim de Winter

Mrs. de Winter was most particular about her sauces. — Mrs. Danvers

She was just once of those bloody annoying people. Irresistible to everyone. The men, women, children, animals. Us mere mortals couldn’t hope to compete. — Beatrice about Rebecca

You know, you really mustn’t dwell on the past. You’re so good for Max. He’s a changed man. — Frank Crawley to Mrs. de Winter

She must have been so afraid. Out there alone. — Mrs. de Winter about Rebecca // She wasn’t afraid of anything. — Frank Crawley

Was Rebecca very beautiful? — Mrs. de Winter // Yes. Yes, I suppose she was… the most beautiful creature I saw in my life. — Frank Crawley

It is beautiful, isn’t it? I keep it just the way it was. It’s as if she’d just gone out for a while. — Mrs. Danvers

Mrs. Danvers, does Mr. de Winter ask you to keep the room like this? — Mrs. de Winter // He doesn’t have to. She’s still here. Can you feel her? I wonder what she’s thinking about you. Taking her husband and… using her name. — Mrs. Danvers

He’ll never be happy. She was the love of his life. — Mrs. Danvers about Rebecca

This wasn’t a job for me. Rebecca was my life. — Mrs. Danvers

This whole idea was a mistake. I should never have brought you back here. — Maxim de Winter to Mrs. de Winter

You’ll never replace her. You can’t replace her. — Mrs. Danvers // You did this. You’ve been against me from the start. — Mrs. de Winter

He’ll never love you. And why should he? — Mrs. Danvers // He did. — Mrs. de Winter // No, he can’t love you because you’re not her. — Mrs. Danvers

I’ve let her down, allowing you here so long. She won’t stand for it. — Mrs. Danvers

It’s over. She’s won. — Maxim de Winter

You didn’t know her. Nobody did. — Maxim de Winter

I hated her. I hated her cruelty. I hated my cowardice. — Maxim de Winter

Do you know what I hate her for the most? It’s what she’s taken from you. It’s gone forever. That funny, young, lost look I loved so much. You’re not that person anymore. — Maxim de Winter // Don’t hate her for that. — Mrs. de Winter

I can’t let you have Manderley. It was ours, you see. — Mrs. Danvers

Last night I dreamt I went to Manderley again. I dreamt of Mrs. Danvers and of Rebecca. But this morning I woke up and left the dead behind. — Mrs. de Winter

About Rebecca

After a whirlwind romance in Monte Carlo with handsome widower Maxim de Winter (Armie Hammer), a newly married young woman (Lily James) arrives at Manderley, her new husband’s imposing family estate on a windswept English coast. Naive and inexperienced, she begins to settle into the trappings of her new life, but finds herself battling the shadow of Maxim’s first wife, the elegant and urbane Rebecca, whose haunting legacy is kept alive by Manderley’s sinister housekeeper Mrs. Danvers (Kristin Scott Thomas). Directed by Ben Wheatley (High Rise, Free Fire) and produced by Working Title Films (Emma, Darkest Hour), REBECCA is a mesmerising and gorgeously rendered psychological thriller based on Daphne du Maurier’s beloved 1938 gothic novel.

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