Alf Kjellin: Jan-Erik Widgren
Sandman - Student : Wouldn't it be great to have a bed like the one in the movie? And a nice dame too.
Jan-Erik Widgren : You think?
Sandman - Student : You bet. A table filled with grub and booze, that bed and a dame. I wouldn't get up for two weeks. I'd just eat and sleep and make it with the broad.
Jan-Erik Widgren : I'm going to write and play the violin all the time, once I'm out of that hellish place.
Sandman - Student : When you turn over a stone, you find nasty creatures underneath. Caligula isn't a genuine swine. He's a nasty little venomous creep.
Jan-Erik Widgren : I don't believe a person can be all evil.
Sandman - Student : You're still an adolescent. Just wait. You'll see how rotten everything is.
Jan-Erik Widgren : I'm so happy right now. I don't care what happens.
Caligula : Caesar hostem aggressus devicit. Widgren?
Jan-Erik Widgren : Caesar defeated the enemy.
Caligula : Example of what?
Jan-Erik Widgren : Participial construction.
Caligula : Which one?
Jan-Erik Widgren : Participium coniunctum. Predicative attribute.
Caligula : Of what?
[Widgren fails to answer]
Caligula : Didn't you prepare for the lesson?