TILL is released in theaters on October 14th. I will have a review of the movie coming soon, so make sure to stop back by to check it out. It will be linked down below. In the meantime, I wanted to share a list of some of the best quotes from the film. Check out these 35+ of the best and most gut-wrenching Till movie quotes.
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TILL Movie Quotes
I can’t get married without my best man.
I don’t want him seeing himself the way people see him down there.
They have a different set of rules for Negros down there.
Be small down there.
It was my daddy’s. He was a war hero.
You look like a movie star.
Auntie Lizzy says I raised one nice, hard-working boy. That’s my Bo.
Please, the boy ain’t got no right sense.
He’s gonna bring him back to ya baby.
Bo is not a “case.”
He was a perfect baby. Born breech and had his share of problems, but he was a perfect baby.
Hate is like a virus in the blood of the Mississippi.
We have an opportunity to use this moment to help get legislation.
Mr. Moody, my son is dead.
I keep asking myself, why is this happening? Why did he take my son from me?
I told him to go down there.
Remove the sheet.
No one is going to believe what I saw. They have to see it for themselves.
He came here to me, reeking of racial hatred.
I ain’t going back. I packed my stuff up and I’m gone for good.
My child is dead and she is going to be fine.
Getting a muder indictment of two white men in Mississippi ain’t easy.
There is no testimony like a mother’s.
How is risking your life going to help Bo?
I don’t only need you when I’m broken, Daddy.
I know you have to do it.
Those pictures of your son in the magazine changed people’s lives.
We are so honored to have you here with us.
I thought you uppity n*&&*rs could read?
Emmett just wanted to go on vacation and have fun with his cousins.
I wanted him to be a boy and not have his childhood taken away from him. But it happened anyway.
We do the best we can.
He held my family at gunpoint, and he dragged my nephew out.
A mother knows. Your mother would know. And I know this is my boy.
I know what the verdict is.
No, I’m ready to leave Mississippi.
Either freedom for everybody or freedom fails.