Gloomy SundayDVD - 2006 | German
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Ilona: "Stop arguing! We're supposed to be celebrating." László (drunk): "Easy for you, you've got all you need. You have two men, and each of us only half a woman." András: "Right." László: "Whose fault is it that we argue..." András: "...and suffer!" László: "And suffer!" (Ilona walks off) It's about time that was said!" András: "Exactly."
Col. Wieck: "As long as I'm here, nothing will happen to you. Don't worry. But... we could save a few of your people." László: "My people?" Col. Wieck: "I mean Jews. Of course, getting them out will cost... jewelry, silver, gold, even currency. But only Swiss francs and dollars. No penguis and no reichsmarks. To cover expenses." László: "I see." Col. Wieck: "We can keep people from going up a chimney." László: "Germans have such lovely expressions... blitzkrieg, going up a chimney. So vivid. You picture someone being shoved in at the bottom... and floating out at the top, with wings on their back." Col. Wieck: "Is that supposed to be funny? Angels coming out the chimney? What's happening here is Hell!" László: "Your right. And the devils are increasing in number every day."
Col. Wieck: "A thousand dollars per person is the minimum... That's really not that much. If a person is 27 when they leave the country, say, and lives to be 70... then they've had 43 years, or 516 months, more of life." László: "So it works out to less than $2 a month for their lives. Nothing really, when you consider what rent alone costs..." Col. Wieck: "We can forget it. Then it won't cost your friends anything, except their lives."
László (after András' funeral): "I think I just understood the message of "Gloomy Sunday". Ilona: "That András was always seeking?" László: "...I think the song says every person has his dignity. We get hurt. We get insulted. And we can stand it as long as we can hang on to a last shred of dignity. But if one bucket of shit after another is dumped on your head... perhaps it's better to depart this world. To leave... but with dignity." Ilona (weeping): "Who says you have to go? You can stay and fight for happiness." László: "There are those who can. (starts weeping as well) András wasn't one of them."
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