Dangerous Beauty

Marco ~ There's not a woman in Venice that I can't have.
Veronica ~ And there's not a man in Venice I can't have.

  • It must be interesting to be in a room full of men, most of whom you've seen with their pants down.
  • Puts it all in some kind of perspective.

    You... all of you... you who hunger so for what I give, but cannot bear to see such power in a woman. You call God's greatest gift... ourselves, our yearning, our need to love... you call it filth and sin and heresy.

    No biblical hell could ever be worse than this state of perpetual inconsequence.

    Desire begins in the mind.

    It's the wanting that keeps us alive.

    Last updated: April 22, 2005

    Catherine McCormack