Dreamcast: Jessica Brown Findlay as Gemma Doyle
“At last it is my turn. The heart thumps in anticipation. My own beats just as fiercely.
‘And you? What is your greatest fear?’
Circe warned me that I must answer honestly, but I dont know what to say. I fear that my father will not heal. I fear that Kartik doesn’t care for me, and I fear equally that he does. That I am not beautiful, not wanted, not lovable. I fear that I will lose this magic I’ve come to cherish, that I will be only ordinary. I fear so much I cannot choose.”
Dreamcast: Astrid Berges-Frisbey as Pippa Cross and Emma Watson as Felicity Worthington
“The old Pippa surfaces for just a moment, hopeful and childlike. She pulls Felicity to her. Something I cannot name passes between them, and then Pip’s lips are on Fee’s in a deep kiss, as if they feed on one another, their fingers entwined in each other’s hair. And suddenly, I understand what I must have always known about them - the private talks, the close embraces, the tenderness of their friendship.”
Dreamcast: Astrid Berges-Frisbey as Pippa Cross
“Felicity’s face has gone white. Ann’s too. Whatever it is, it’s behind me. Every muscle taut, I turn slowly to face my doom.
She steps out from behind a grove of olive trees, a garland of flowers wound into her dark hair. The same violet eyes. The same pale skin and dazzling beauty.
“Hello,” Pippa says. “I was hoping you’d come back.”“
Dreamcast - Jessie Cave as Ann Bradshaw
“Cecily laughs. “I’ll be sorry? And what, pray, will you do to me, Ann Bradshaw? What could you possibly ever do to me?”
Ann stares at the stones. She moves the brush up and down in the same spot.
“I thought not. In a month’s time, you shall take your rightful place as a servant. That’s all you were meant to be. It’s high time you accepted that.”“