The clip What really happened Part 2 from Vertigo (1958) with Kim Novak
He was quite safe because she lived in the country and rarely came to town.
He chose you to be the witness to a suicide.
The Carlotta story was part real, part invented to make you testify that Madeleine wanted to kill herself.
He knew of your illness. He knew you'd never get up the stairs to the tower.
He planned it so well. He made no mistakes.
I made the mistake. I fell in love.
That wasn't part of the plan.
I'm still in love with you, and I want you so to love me.
If I had the nerve, I'd stay and lie hoping that I could make you love me again as I am, for myself and so forget the other and forget the past. But I don't know whether I have the nerve to try.