Spies of WarsawBlu-ray Disc | Widescreen edition.
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Jean: I don't know if my country feels I'm any use at all.
Angela: Well, that's because Lessard and half your general staff are with that bunch of fascists
in the Action Francaise. They want France in bed with Germany. Anything that buffers them from the red menace. We have plenty of idiots in England who feel the same way.
Jean: This life we have, this life we love, you take for granted. It could all vanish. Just like that.
Gabrielle: We live every day afraid of tomorrow? That's how we were living. A little less now, thanks to your brother.
Jean: At least be aware of what tomorrow might be. People act as though the worst will never happen.
Jean: The doctor says there's still some shrapnel in my left knee.
A woman: Most men of your generation have scars of some sort. Unless, like my husband, they spent the war at home and got rich. Well, if there's another he'll get even richer.
Max: It doesn't take a genius to guess Herr Hitler's intentions. Know his favourite saying? "The world wants to be deceived, therefore let it be deceived." And he's not wrong. Just read the newspapers.
The final words (SPOILERS BLANKED OUT:)
In September 1939 1½ milion German troops poured into Poland. The Polish (BLANK BLANK BLANK) crossed Romania, passed through Turkey and lebanon and reached Paris in late October.
By the end of the war 800,000 people from Warsaw were dead and 90% of the old city had been laid to waste.
Rosen: They call it a safe house, but to be frank, it does not feel safe.
Angela: You've given no hint that you prey on women of my age.
Jean: Perhaps I don't understand women of any age.
General: Hitler has signed a non-aggression pact with Stalin.
General: Two men who vilified each other for years. They'd make Machiavelli proud.
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