Roland: What a rotten film. All we meet are crazy people.
Woman in Car: Are you in a film or in reality?
Roland: In a film.
Man in Car: In a film? You lie too much.
Corinne: This isn't a novel, this is a film. A film is life.
Corinne: Didn't you heard what he said? Marx says we're all brothers!
Roland: Marx didn't said that. Some other communist said that. Jesus said that.
Corinne: It's rotten of us, isn't it? We've no right to burn even a philosopher.
Roland: Can't you see they're only imaginary characters?
Corinne: Why is she crying, then?
Roland: No idea. Let's go.
Corinne: We're little more than that ourselves.
Joesph Balsam: I am here to inform these modern times of the grammatical era's end and the beginning of flamboyance especially in cinema.