Transit (2018) quotes

Christian Petzold.

Franz Rogowski.
Godehard Giese.
Paula Beer.

A man attempting to escape Nazi-occupied France falls in love with the wife of a dead author whose identity he has assumed.

Who forgets faster, the Abandoned or the, who left him?
– Marie

Then he thought, ‘This is Marseille.’ A port city. Port cities are cities, in which is told. That’s what they’re there for. And these people have the right to tell and that you listen inside.
– Georg

The song did not want to get out of his mind. Everything is dreaming. And everything is exchanged. Back in life again. The evening is already sitting on our house.
– Georg

The Forsaken never forget, you say. But that’s not true. They have the beautiful, sad songs. With them is the compassion. Those who leave, there is nobody with them.They do not have songs.
– Marie

The next day he picked up Driss. That led him to one dusty fairground by the sea.
– Georg

It was cold. The Mistral. He was tired. Nobody looked at him. That’s the terrible thing. Not that she’s your dirty face staring at the torn clothes.The terrible thing is that they are you do not see that you are not there.
– Georg