Glassblower Louis-Joseph Henri (The Uncle): "Seven wretches, a madman, four forgers and a chicken thief."
A woman asks young Clémence, ”Are you mad?” (0:04)
A woman tells Françoise and another woman, referring to The Assembly, "They want us to stay children, ignorant children without eyes or a memory." (0:51)
Woman, referring to Louis-Joseph, "The Uncle makes glass, wine bottles."
Françoise: ”To intoxicate us.” (0:52)
Françoise grieves the death of her sister Margot LaForce. (0:55)
Memorial service for the dead (0:56)
Official: "The mad wear me out." (1:00)
Man at meeting of assembly: "You're mad." (1:12)
Robespierre writes, "My friend, I'm worried" (1:13)
Marat: "I beseech the assembly not to unleash excessive rage against me."
Holding the muzzle of his pistol to his head: ”If the decree of accusation had been made against me, I'd have blown my brains out.”
Her friends try to revive her with snuff. (1:28)
His wife Solange tells Louis-Joseph Henri, "You're an idiot." (1:32)
Women, referring to Landelle: "She's mad." (1:48)