The Last Metro (1980)
Marion Steiner: [during the stage play] At times I feel like I really don't exist.
Marion Steiner: It takes two to love, as it takes two to hate. And I will keep loving you, in spite of yourself. My heart beats faster when I think of you. Nothing else matters.
Daxiat: This may sound strange coming from me, but I think your husband, Lucas Steiner, was wrong to leave France. The new anti-Israelite theater laws apply to spectators and profiteers. But your husband, Mme. Steiner, was a gem. He was the only Israelite theater director...
Marion Steiner: You may say 'Jewish'.
Daxiat: Yes. He was the only one to be a leader, stage director and an artist. You see, the Germans are deeply attached to culture. They don't want talented artists to leave France.
Raymond Boursier: [Yelling at Nadine as she gets out of a Nazi jeep] Not only are you late, you showed up with the Jerries. Jean-Loup will be pissed.
Nadine Marsac: What do you want? I was at a dubbing session. We worked late. They offered me a ride.
Raymond Boursier: Nothing stops you, If they had offered you a part in 'Jew Süss' you'd have taken it.
Nadine Marsac: And how! But they didn't have a role for a French girl.