What is the last line of the movie 'Gone With the Wind'?
#5461. Asked by tookie. (Aug 28 00 8:56 PM)
Spoken by Scarlett, the last line is, "After all, tomorrow is another day." |
"I can't let him go. I can't. There must be some way to bring him back. Oh I can't think about this now! I'll go crazy if I do! I'll think about it tomorrow." She closes the door. "But I must think about it. I must think about it. What is there to do?"
She falls forward onto the ascending stairs.
"What is there that matters?"
Crestfallen, she stops and then resourcefully and determinedly finds her true direction in the final lines of the film. She was never the type to admit defeat - so she refuses to acknowledge defeat in Rhett's rejection of her. Ghost-like voices of important men from her past remind her of the source of her strength in the soil of Tara. She hears her father Gerald: "Land's the only thing that matters, it's the only thing that lasts." Ashley: "Something you love better than me, though you may not know it. Tara." And Rhett: "It's from this you get your strength, the red earth of Tara." Each speech is repeated with increasing tempo and volume. Scarlett realizes that even if she doesn't get Rhett back, she can always return to the land - to Tara, to soak up its strength.
"Tara! Home. I'll go home, and I'll think of some way to get him back! After all, tomorrow is another day!"
The camera close-up of her tear-stained face slowly dissolves into an earlier shot, a long view of Scarlett standing alone under the gnarled tree with Tara in the background - a heroic silhouette not admitting defeat.
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