Les quatre cents coups (1959)
Claire Maurier: Gilberte Doinel - la mère d'Antoine
Judge : I think we should place your child under observation in a special home.
Gilberte Doinel : Could it be by the sea, Your Honor?
Gilberte Doinel : My boss drove me home.
Julien Doinel : Your boss.
Gilberte Doinel : I couldn't very well refuse, could I?
Julien Doinel : I hope you get overtime for that.
Gilberte Doinel : I will, at the end of the month.
Julien Doinel : Those services are usually paid in cash.
Gilberte Doinel : Oh, knock it off!
Julien Doinel : No wonder madame needs to rest on Sunday. By the way, where's my Michelin guide?
Gilberte Doinel : How should I know? Ask the boy.
Julien Doinel : He said he didn't touch it.
Gilberte Doinel : He lies through his teeth.
Julien Doinel : Like someone else I know.
Gilberte Doinel : If you raised him better...
Julien Doinel : I gave him my name, damn it! I put food on the table!
Gilberte Doinel : I've had enough of your criticism! Fine! We'll send him to the Jesuits or the army orphans. At least I'd have some peace and quiet!
Gilberte Doinel : Your father says he doesn't care what happens to you. You can go to a trade school. You wanted a job? You'll see how much fun a foundry can be!