The Way Back (I) (2010)
Jim Sturgess: Janusz
Mr. Smith : In the camps, some saw death as freedom.
Janusz : Then why didn't you just kill yourself?
Mr. Smith : Survival was a kind of protest. Being alive was my punishment.
Janusz : Punishment for what?
Mr. Smith : I brought David to Russia.
Janusz : And now no one can forgive you. And you can't forgive yourself...
Janusz : We are not criminals. We are escaping from criminals.
[in Polish, using English subtitles]
Interrogator : [presents pen to sign confession]
Janusz : No.
Interrogator : Bring in the witness.
Janusz's Wife, 1939 : [brought in]
Interrogator : Do you know this man? His name?
Janusz's Wife, 1939 : Janusz Wieszczek.
Interrogator : Witness, what's your relationship with this man?
Janusz's Wife, 1939 : [crying] I am his wife.
Interrogator : Accused, do you confirm this?
Janusz's Wife, 1939 : Yes.
Interrogator : Witness, what do you have to say about the accused?
Janusz's Wife, 1939 : [agonizing] From his conversation, I have come to know he is critical of the Party, especially the leader of the Soviet people, Comrade Stalin.
Janusz : What have they done to you?