The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser (1974)
Professor Daumer: Kaspar, what's wrong? Are you feeling unwell?
Kaspar Hauser: It feels strong in my heart... The music feels strong in my heart... I feel so unexpectedly old...
Professor Daumer: You've been such a short time in the world, Kaspar...
Kaspar Hauser: Why is everything so hard for me? Why can't I play the piano like I can breathe?
Professor Daumer: In the two short years you have been here with me, you have learned so much! The people here want to help you make up for lost time.
Kaspar Hauser: The people are like wolves to me.
Professor Daumer: No. You mustn't say that...
Opening caption: Do you not then hear this horrible scream all around you that people usually call silence.
Kaspar Hauser: It seems to me that my coming into this world was a very hard fall.
Kaspar Hauser: What are women good for?... Can you tell me that, Katy? Women are not good for anything but sitting still!
Kaspar Hauser: Mother, I am so far away from everything.