The Age of Adaline Movie Quotes 

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Updated November 6, 2017 352 votes 246 voters 75.2k views 8 items

The Age of Adaline movie quotes tell the story of one woman who stop aging who might have found a reason to start living again. The romantic drama was written by J. Mills Goodloe and Salvador Paskowitz and directed by Lee Toland Krieger. The Age of Adaline opened in theaters on April 24, 2015.

In The Age of Adaline, Adaline Bowman (Blake Lively) was born in 1908 but after an accident in her late 20s, she stopped aging completely. To hide this unique secret, Adaline spent her life on the run using fake identities, though she did enjoy her life to a certain extent including raising a family, including daughter Flemming (Ellen Burstyn).

So when Adaline meets the charming philanthropist Ellis Jones (Michiel Huisman), whose father William (Harrison Ford) she knew many years ago, she's presented with a chance at love she never expected to happen. But to truly have the happily ever after, she will have to give up her immortality and that's a life-changing decision.

The Age of Adaline brings some romance to theaters which are already showing other films such as True Story, Ex Machina, The Longest Ride, Furious 7 and Cut Bank.
No Growing Old Together
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Flemming: Don't you miss having someone to love?
Adaline Bowman: It's not the same when there's no growing old together. Without that, love is just heartbreak.

Adaline discusses how her unique condition makes love and happiness impossible. She can't have that growing old together part, which is perhaps the most important part.
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Let Go
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Adaline Bowman: Tell me something I can hold onto forever and never let go.
Ellis Jones: Let go.
Adaline Bowman: I've been running for so long. I don't know how to stop.

Ellis desperately wants to know more about Adaline but she won't open up to him. She's been hiding for so long that she doesn't know how to have a normal relationship.
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I Knew I Had to Meet You
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Ellis Jones: First time I saw you, I knew I had to meet you. I didn't know when or how but I knew I wanted to.

Ellis explains how enamored with Adaline he was when he first saw her. He couldn't explain why he was so drawn to her, he just knew he needed to get to know her more.
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You Lived But You Never Had a Life
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William Jones: How is it possible? All these years, you've lived but you've never had a life.
Adaline Bowman: I don't know how.

William confronts Adaline about her unique condition of never aging. She doesn't really understand it either, or perhaps more importantly, does not understand how to live a happy life with it.
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