The Sound of Music (1965)
Peggy Wood: Mother Abbess
Mother Abbess : Maria, these walls were not meant to shut out problems. You have to face them. You have to live the life you were born to live.
Maria : Reverend Mother, I'm sorry. I couldn't help myself. -The hills were beckoning and... the sky was so blue today... and everything was so green and fragrant, I had to be a part of it. The Untersberg led me higher like it wanted me to go through the clouds.
Mother Abbess : Suppose darkness had come and you were lost?
Maria : Mother, I could never be lost up there. That's my mountain. I was brought up on it. It was the mountain that led me to you. When I was a child, I would come down and climb a tree... and look in your garden. I'd see the sisters at work and hear them sing... Which brings me to another transgression, Reverend Mother. I was singing out there today.
Mother Abbess : Only in the abbey do we have rules about postulants singing.
Maria : I can't stop wherever I am. Worse, I can't seem to stop saying things. Everything I think and feel.