Identification of a Woman (1982)
Niccolo: Who said, "Family life is an invasion of one's privacy"?
Mario: What meaning can a love story have in this ruin, this corruption?
Niccolo: It's the corrupt ones who need a love story most.
Niccolo: Do all your cocktail parties have this sectarian air? Everybody acts like they're being spied on.
Niccolo: It used to be the poor who wanted to emigrate from Italy. Now it's the rich.
Niccolo: People have reasons for going out at night, futile or otherwise, but we're quick to call them bandits because we suspect them for emotional reasons of our own.
Niccolo: He's got a face that made Heine say, "As sad as a German two days dead."
Mavi: I like being cold. But you'd like to see me wrapped in warm clothes, so I don't catch pneumonia or even a cold. Well, if I do, it's my business!
Niccolo: You'll never catch anything. You're immune to disease, like a shark. They can swallow a license plate or the polio virus. They digest it all.