That’s the scene, for me, that was the most romantic, just because of it’s simplicity. There are very, very few dialogue lines. It’s all about just their physical presence, and him seeing her, and needing to take her home. I mean, it still makes me tingle.
“He’s like the son I might have known, if God had granted me a son. The summers die one by one. How soon they fly, on and on. And I am old, and will be gone. Bring him peace. Bring him joy. He is young. He is only a boy.”