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The Pianist (2002)

Adrien Brody, Thomas Kretschmann, Frank Finlay, Maureen Lipman, Emilia Fox, Ed Stoppard, Julia Rayner, Jessica Kate Meyer
Adolf Hitler
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Pianist Władysław Szpilman’s mother: "Can’t you see I’m worried sick?"
”I’ve been worried sick.”
Władysław’s brother Henryk: “I told them not to worry.” (0:02)

Władysław’s father tells Henryk: "Idiot, what would they want with a table...?"
Henryk: ”We use psychology.”
”idiot” (0:06)

Wladyslaw tells his cellist friend Dorota, "They want to be better Nazis than Hitler." (0:08)

Mr. Lipa tells the Szpilmans, "You people are crazy... You’re crazy." (0:13)

Wladyslaw tells Dorota, "Don’t worry." (0:15)

Henryk answers Władysław, "Dostoyevsky, The Idiot." (0:17)

Henryk tells a man, "Don’t worry about it."
Man: ”The Germans claim to be intelligent.” (0:18)

Henryk tells the family, "The patient didn’t feel a thing. He was anesthetized."
Wladyslaw: ”You blame me for their apathy.” (0:27)

Wladyslaw tells Henryk, "You’re mad. That’s your trouble, is that you’re mad." (0:36)

Henryk, referring to a boy: "Idiot." (0:47)

Dorota tells Wladyslaw, referring to the Germans, "They are in shock." (1:22)

Gebczynski tells Wladyslaw, "But when they storm the flat, throw yourself out the window." (1:23)

Former radio studio technician Antec Szalas tells Wladyslaw, "You’ve nothing to worry about." (1:37)

Antec tells Wladyslaw, referring to jaundice, "You don’t worry about that." (1:39)

Dorota and her husband find Wladyslaw delirious. (1:41)