Sous le soleil de Satan


assuming he'd seen as clearly,

wouldn't dare speak to you as I do.

Human prudence is a trap.

Truth will out.


My pronouncing that word

pains you, I know.

You know what the word means ;

a vocation, a calling.

You must climb to where God calls you,

or be lost.

Expect no human help.

Doubting your powers and God's aims

led you into a blind alley.

I'm setting you back on your road.

I am giving you to those who

will prey on you!

May the Lord bless you!

Allow me to withdraw.

Listening to you, I felt despair,

but not any more.

Only you, God, may judge me as I am.

A man knows what is happening

within him.

It's an impenetrable

secret to anyone else.

Father Donissan?

You'll be late.

Are you ill?

No, Dean.

I won't be a minute.

It's me!

What a situation!

You come here at 1 A.M.

after your father's visit...

You deserve a spanking.

I'm tired.

I fell in the mud, I'm soaked.

My throat's dry from crying.

I was out of my mind.

They'd have ended by killing me.

What parents!

They'll never see me again!


I've got money.

I can catch a train to Paris.

My aunt has a nice house

and a grocery store.

I'll work for her and be very happy.

Are you of age?

I will be, in time.

Let me stay!

Stay? Where?

They'll all be on our backs...

including Gallet.

that damn Deputy!

I was seeing him tomorrow with Dad.

Mouchette, I've got enough problems...

I need time.

They say your furniture's

the finest around.

Will you answer me?

Answer what?

Answer what!

You can't move in here.

It'd stir up a storm.

It's late. I'll take you part-way back.

I won't go to Campagne tonight.

Where'll you sleep?

Here, by the road,

anywhere...Do I care?

Sleep wherever.

You should've given me time.

In a month, I'd have sold all this.

But your father threatened me...

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Georges Bernanos

Louis Émile Clément Georges Bernanos (French: [ʒɔʁʒ bɛʁnanɔs]; 20 February 1888 – 5 July 1948) was a French author, and a soldier in World War I. A Roman Catholic with monarchist leanings, he was critical of bourgeois thought and was opposed to what he identified as defeatism. He believed this had led to France's defeat and eventual occupation by Germany in 1940 during World War II. Most of his novels have been translated into English and frequently published in both Great Britain and the United States. more…

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