Marie's childhood friend Jacques Arnold asks, "Can one be held responsible for a crime one commits involuntarily but forgets out of nervous shock or due to alcohol? The conscious gives way to the subconscious."
Marie's farmer father: "Even to the unconscious." Arnold suffers from a hangover: “By Mary, Jesus Christ her son and all the saints, I swear to never touch another drop.” (0:46)
A bar maid asks Arnold, “Leaving in mid-season -- are you crazy?” (0:47)
Her mother tells Marie, referring to Marie's ailing father, “The grief will kill him.” (1:02)
Marie tells Jacques, “But, what an awakening, enough to drive you mad.” (1:18)
Marie’s mother tells the priest, referring to Marie's father, “He’s in despair.” Depression?
Marie's father dies. (1:25) .