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Carrietta N. White otherwise called Carrie White is the fundamental character of Carrie, depicted by on-screen character, Sissy Spacek. Carrie had the tension issue and was a beset, bashful and pariah young lady at Bates High School.
Carrie was offended, manhandled, detested and tormented by her classmates and now and then even her educators, and furthermore abused consistently by her injurious, rationally sick, depressed, and religiously aficionado mother, Margaret White who offended, despised, harassed and mishandled Carrie.
An apparently customary young lady, Carrie was brought into the world skilled with wrecking supernatural forces, which are released on the after she is tricked at her Senior Prom. Carrie was raised separated from society by her single parent after her dad Ralph White left them with another lady.
One day after P.E. class, Carrie gets gone up against by understudies and saw while on the shower that she was seeping from her private parts and, stunned, requested assistance from different young ladies.
Carrie was, notwithstanding, taunted by Chris, Norma and Sue as they tossed tampoons all over her, disregarding her distress. Miss Collins arrived and ceased them, removing the young ladies from the evolving room.
As Carrie shouted uncontrolled, the light above them detonated, much for Chris and Norma’s rush. Miss Collins was compelled to smack her on the face and apologized, soothing her. After Carrie cleaned up, she was taken by Miss Collins to the chief’s office and the occurrence spread around, a few children ridiculing her as she held back to be brought in. Rankled, Carrie made his ashtray tumble down and be thumped down/out via Carrie, after the Principal continued calling her “Cassie”.
Miss Collins proposed that it would be better for her to walk home. As Carrie went, a neighbor kid cycled over her hollering “Unpleasant Carrie”, and was supernaturally thumped somewhere around Carrie.
Carrie arrived home and discovered that Margaret had been educated regarding the episode. Carrie addressed why she was not told via Carrie who called or was telling the young ladies snickered at her over her numbness. Disregarding her distress, a relentless Margaret basically constrained Carrie to ask, in light of the fact that she is as yet a young lady who, as per her turned convictions, was helpless to enticement
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“Stop just- Please just, stop trying to trick me.”
“Why not? I’ve been hurt my whole life.”
“No one’s gonna laugh at me, Mama.”
“If I concentrate hard enough, I can make things move.”
“He is coming, Mama. Now stop it. I’m nervous enough.”
“[to Margaret White] (grabs her hair) SIT DOWN AND BE QUIET!”
“[to Margaret White] (tries to grab her hair) SIT DOWN, (grabs her hair and points her finger at Margaret White) you sit there mama and don’t say a word ’til
I’m goin’, I’ll be home early, I love you, mama.”
“[to the Principal] (gets angry) IT’S CARRIE! (flips and throws the ashtray on the floor)”
“(to Margaret (Carrie’s Mom)) (gets thrown in the closet by Margaret) OW, MAMA!”
“[to Margaret when she was locked in the closet by Margaret] LET ME-! LET ME GO, LET ME OUT, (screams 2 times), HELP, GOD, YOU SUCK!”
“It’s not the devil, mamma, there are other people out there like me that can do what I can do!”
“(to Sue) Why not? I’ve been hurt in my whole life.”
“Please, just stop trying to trick me!”
“[to Margaret before she uses her telekinesis on the knives at her.] I’m sorry!”
“[touching Sue’s Belly] It’s a girl.”
“Or you could be happy for me.”
“[Carrie is crying, she looks down at Margret and back to Sue] Why couldn’t you leave me alone?”
“[Carrie looks down at Margret and back at Sue. She Flexes. Upset and gentle] Look what you turned me into.”
“[a sadistic smile on her face, she says, gently and in one breath] Why Not?”
“I’ve been hurt my whole life.”
“[Gentle and Crying] I- I killed my mom. I want her back. I’m- I’m sc- I’m scared.”
“[Sue is shocked and upset. This is traumatizing. Rocks start falling through the house, Carrie looks up and then back at Sue. The force is to strong, Carrie falls to her knees. Sue drops to for no reason] ”
“[Confused and Gentle] You don’t know?”
“[Crying, Upset, and Angry] Get Out! Get out!”
“There are other people out there like me who can do what I can do.”
“Momma that’s not even in the Bible, it doesn’t say that anywhere.”
“No! Ow! Momma!”
“NO! MAMA! Let me… LET ME GO! HELP!”
“You will say nothing.”
“[Carrie stops and turns to Margaret. Carrie flexes. Margaret’s body stops completely] I’m warning you, mama.”
“Please don’t do this.”
“[quietly and softly over the small laughter] This un- This unfrequented place to find some ease. Ease to the body some, none to the mind. Times past, and wh- What once I was and what am now. Oh wherefore was my birth from Heaven foretold, twice by angel who at last in sight of both my parents, all in flames… Ascended.”
“Momma why didn’t you tell me? I was so scared momma, I thought I was gonna die.”
“Momma they laughed at me and they threw at me.”
“I wanna talk about it right here. I don’t- I don’t wanna go inside with you.”
“Momma Please. MOMMA!”
“[Margret grabs Carrie by the legs and pulls her] NO MOMMA! STOP IT!”
“NO! NO MOMMA! NO! NO MOMMA!”
“MOMMA STOP IT!”
“[Carrie Flexes. EVERY SHARP OBJECT IN THE HOUSE IS FACING MARGRET. Margret is frozen, her eyes wide] ”
“[Whispered] I’m sorry.”
“Tommy Ross : No I’m not trying to trick you, I’m not tricking you.”
“Aren’t you with Sue Snell?”
“This unfrequented place to find some ease. Ease to the body some, none to the mind. Times past, and what once I was and what am now. O wherefore was my birth from Heaven foretold. Twice by an Angel, who at last in sight. Of both my Parents all in flames… ascended.”
“[Gently and quietly] Yes, momma.”
“I love you too, momma.”
“[after Margret is done the two look at each other and smile] ”
“[Looks at the prom-goers with rage, blood starts to levitate off her body] ”
“[starts to hyperventilate in anger, more blood rises off her body] ”
“[Eyes dilate in anger] NOOOOO!”
“I’ve been asked to prom.”
“[notices them, flings them across the gym, pinning them to the floor] ”
“[Carrie looks in sick satisfaction as she sees that the twins are finally dead] ”
“It’s pink, Mama.”
“Look what Tommy gave me, Mama. Aren’t they beautiful?”
“Breasts, Mama. They’re called breasts, and every woman has them.”
“It was bad, Mama. They laughed at me. Hold me, Mama. Please hold me.”
“Stop it, Mama!”
“Stop hurting yourself, Mama!”
“I don’t want to stay here with you, Mama. Now sit down and be quiet.”
“[forces Margaret onto the bed] SIT DOWN AND BE QUIET!”
“[forces Margaret onto the bed again] SIT DOWN! Just sit there, Mama, and don’t say a word until I’m gone. I’ll be home early. I love you, Mama.”
“It gives me pimples, Mama.”
“It has nothing to do with Satan, Mama. It’s me. Me. If I concentrate hard enough, I can move things.”
“I’m goin’, Mama. You can’t stop me. And I don’t wanna walk about it anymore.”
“Billy Nolan: That Carrie White, she sure is cute.
Chris Hargensen: Shut up.
Billy Nolan: I thought you said they were gonna win.
Chris Hargensen: They will. It won’t even be close. I called in a few favors.”
“Carrie White: [coming down from upstairs, Margaret has called her down after the phone call she received] Mama? Who was that, that called?
Margaret White: You’re a woman now.
Carrie White: Why didn’t you tell me, Mama?
[Margaret strikes her over the head with the “Woman’s Bible” and begins to read a verse]
Margaret White: [reading] And God made Eve from the rib of Adam. And Eve was weak and loosed the raven on the world. And the raven was called sin. Say it, the raven was called sin.
Carrie White: Why didn’t you tell me, Mama?
Margaret White: Say it. [hits Carrie in the face] The raven was called sin. [hits her again]
Carrie White: No, Mama.
[Margaret hits her again]
Carrie White: And the raven was called sin!
Margaret White: And the first sin was intercourse. The first sin was intercourse.
Carrie White: I didn’t sin, Mama.
Margaret White: Say it. [hits her again]
Carrie White: I didn’t sin, Mama!
Margaret White: The first sin was intercourse. The first sin was intercourse. The first sin was intercourse.
Carrie White: And the first sin was intercourse! Mama, I was so scared. I thought I was dying . And the girls, they all laughed at me and threw things at me, Mama.
Margaret White: [hits her again] And Eve was weak, say it!
Carrie White: No!
Margaret White: Eve was weak!
Carrie White: No!
Margaret White: Eve was weak! Say it, woman!
Carrie White: No!
Margaret White: Say it!
Carrie Woman: Eve was weak. Eve was weak.
Margaret White: And the Lord visited Eve with the curse, and the curse was the curse of blood!
Carrie White: You should have told me, Mama! You should have told me!
Margaret White: [kneels down and grabs Carrie’s hand] Oh, Lord! Help this sinning woman see the sin of her days and ways. Show her that if she had remained sinless, this curse of blood would never have come down on her!”
“Carrie White: It was bad, Mama. They laughed at me. Hold me, Mama. Please hold me.
Margaret White: I should’ve killed myself when he put it in me. After the first time, before we were married, Ralph promised never again. He promised and I believed him. But sin never dies. Sin never dies. At first it was all right. We lived sinlessly. We slept in the same bed, but we never did it. And then, that night, I saw him looking down at me that way. We got down on out knees to pray for strength. I smelled the whiskey on his breath. Then he took me. He took me, with the filthy roadhouse whiskey on his breath, and I liked it. I liked it! With all that dirty touching of his hands all over me. I should’ve gived you to God when you were born, but I was weak and backsliding, and now the devil has come home. We’ll pray.
Carrie White: Yes.
Margaret White: We’ll pray. We’ll pray. We’ll pray for the last time. We’ll pray.”
“Chris Hargensen: Don’t be in such a hurry.
Billy Nolen: Don’t be in such a hurry. I’m hurrying away from you, you know that?
Chris Hargensen: No, you’re not.
Billy Nolen: Pain right in the ass.”
“Chris Hargensen: I want you do something.
Billy Nolan: What?
Chris Hargensen: Something important. [unzips Billy’s pants and performs oral sex on him] Oh, Billy. Billy. Oh, Billy. Oh, Billy. Billy. Oh, Billy. Oh. Oh, Billy. I hate Carrie White.
Billy Nolan: Who?”
“Margaret White: [referring to Carrie’s prom gown] Red. I might have known it would be red.
Carrie White: It’s pink, Mama. [presenting her corsage] Look what Tommy gave me, Mama. Aren’t they beautiful?
Margaret White: I can see your dirty pillows. Everyone will.
Carrie White: Breasts, Mama. They’re called breasts, and every woman has them.”
“Margaret White: Carrie, you haven’t touched your apple cake.
Carrie White: It gives me pimples, Mama.
Margaret White: Pimples are the Lord’s way of chastising you.
Carrie White: [after long pause] Mama?
Margaret White: Yeah.
Carrie White: Mama, please say that I’ve to try and get along with people better.
Margaret White: [giggles] What are you going on about, Carrie?
Carrie White: I’ve been invited to the prom.
Margaret White: [long pause, then looking sternly at Carrie] Prom?
Carrie White: Yeah, the prom. Everyone’s goin–
Margaret White: It was that teacher that called, wasn’t it?
Carrie White: Please see that I’m not like you, Mama, I’m fummy… [weird] I mean, all the kids think I’m funny, and I don’t wanna be. I wanna be normal, I wanna start to try me, a whole person, before it’s too late for me to–.
[Margaret throws tea on her face, Carrie wipes it off]
Carrie White: His name is Tommy Ross, and he’s a very nice boy, Mama
Margaret White: No.
Carrie White: And he promised to come in and meet you–
Margaret White: I said no.
Carrie White: –and he’d have me home by midnight and–
Margaret White: No, no, no, no!
Carrie White: I’ve accepted, Mama! I accepted it!
Margaret White: Go to your closet!
Carrie White: No!
Margaret White: [pause] After all you’ve been taught, Carrie
Carrie White: Everything isn’t bad, Mama! Everything isn’t a sin!
Margaret White: Go to your closet and pray, ask to be forgiven.”
“Margaret White: I’m here on the Lord’s work, Mrs. Snell; spreadin’ the gospel of God’s salvation through Christ’s blood!
Mrs. Snell: Yes, of course…”
“Margaret White: These are godless times, Mrs. Snell.
Mrs. Snell: I’ll drink to that.”
“Margaret White: Witch. Got Satan’s Power.
Carrie White: It has nothing to do with Satan, Mama. It’s me. Me. If I concentrate hard enough, I can move things.
Margaret White: You must renounce that power. You must never use it.”
“Mrs. Snell: Mrs. White, I like to contribute five… ten dollars.
Margaret White: I see. I pray you find Jesus.”
“Actor Role Sissy Spacek Carrie White Piper Laurie Margaret White Amy Irving Sue Snell William Katt Tommy Ross Betty Buckley Miss Collins Nancy Allen Chris Hargensen John Travolta Billy Nolen P. J. Soles Norma Watson”
“They’re all gonna laugh at you.”
“Thou shalt not suffer a witch to live.”