INSPECTOR: You saw him, then?
BRIONY: Yes, I saw him.
INSPECTOR: Just as you see me.
BRIONY: I know it was him.
INSPECTOR: You know it was him, or you saw him?
BRIONY: Yes, I did. I saw him.
INSPECTOR: With your own eyes?
BRIONY: Yes. I saw him, I saw him with my own eyes.
— Atonement (2007), screenplay by Christopher Hampton, novel by Ian McEwan
The Daily Dialogue theme for the week is falsely accused, suggested by churnage. Today’s suggestion by Teddy Pasternak.
Trivia: James McAvoy considered the script the best he had ever read.
Dialogue On Dialogue: The entire plot hinges on a false accusation.