A Passage to India (1984)
Peggy Ashcroft: Mrs. Moore
Mrs. Moore : My dear, life rarely gives us what we want at the moment we consider appropriate. Adventures do occur, but not punctually.
Adela Quested : I do so hate mysteries.
Richard Fielding : We English do.
Mrs. Moore : I rather like mysteries - but I rather dislike muddles.
Richard Fielding : A mystery is only a high-sounding term for a muddle. Me and the Professor know that India is a muddle.
Professor Godbhole : Agreed, I am sorry to say.
Dr. Aziz H. Ahmed : You shouldn't walk alone, Mrs. Moore. There are bad characters about, and leopards may come down from the Marabar Hills - snakes also!
Mrs. Moore : You walk alone.
Dr. Aziz H. Ahmed : I am used to it.
Mrs. Moore : Used to snakes?
Dr. Aziz H. Ahmed : I'm a doctor - they dare not bite me!
Mrs. Moore : This is one of the most un-natural affairs I have ever attended!