Serpents Egg The
The scene is Berlin,
the evening of Saturday, November 3, 1923.
A pack of cigarettes costs four billion marks,
and most everyone has lost faith in both the future and the present.
Your brother磗 already at home. This is for both of you.
Thank you, Frau Hemse.
You can sit down.
So, you don磘 speak German at all?
Fr鋟lein Dorst has her Sunday ruined.
- What磗 your name? - Abel Rosenberg.
l磎 35. l was born in Philadelphia.
My folk come from Riga in Latvia.
My brother Max and his wife Manuela,
the three of us came to Berlin a month ago...
No, at the end of September.
Max hurt his wrist, so we couldn磘 perform anymore.
We were circus artists. We had a trapeze act.
The reason of your brother磗 suicide?
Depression? Unhappy love affair?
- Fed up with life generally? - l don磘 know.
An unexplainable impulse, was that it?
Well, it happens.
Did you get in touch with his wife?
l tried to last night and this morning, but l can磘 find her.
You didn磘 live together, all of you?
Max and Manuela got divorced two years ago.
After the circus let us go,
Manuela went to work in a cabaret.
l will go see her there this afternoon.
They open at 3:00 on Sundays.
May l see your papers, please?
- Why? - Nothing.
l was just curious.
You may now go. Thank you.
What are your plans?
How long will you stay in Berlin?
As you know, there is great unemployment.
We are not going to take care of you when your money runs out.
Yes, l know.
Good-bye, Mr. Rosenberg.
Good-bye, Fr鋟lein Dorst.
Are you going to have lunch? So am l. lt磗 on me. Come.
How are things, my dear Abel? And how are Max and Manuela?
Do you think his wrist will be better soon?
We all miss you, you know. The circus needs you.
You磖e wondering what l磎 doing in Berlin when the circus is in Amsterdam.
l磎 looking for new acts, my boy. Come in, come in.
Nowadays l could get any damned star l want.
They all know l pay in dollars.
We磖e playing to full houses all the time.
l could have twice as big a tent, and it would still be full.
Look what l read in the paper this morning.
l磍l try to translate it. Listen to this.
创Terrible times are at hand
创when circumcised anti-Christian Asiatics on all sides
创are lifting their gory hands to strangle us.
创The massacre of Christians
创by the Jew lsaskar Zederblum, alias Mr. Lenin,
创was enough to make a Genghis Kahn blush.
创A Jewish terrorist pack, trained to murder and assault,
创is prowling through the country,
创butchering honest citizens and farmers on portable gallows.
创Will you wait until you see thousands of people
创hanging from lampposts in your town?
创Do you want to wait until a Bolshevik commission
创starts its murderous work in your town, just as in Russia?
创Do you want to stumble over the bodies of your women and children?
Existence today is nothing but dread.创
Do you need money? l can lend you some.
Here are some billions. Take them. l don磘 need them.
Why don磘 you say something, Abel?
l don磘 believe in all this political crap.
The Jews are as stupid as everybody.
lf a Jew gets into trouble, it磗 his own fault.
He gets into trouble because he acts stupid.
l磎 not gonna act stupid, so l磎 not gonna get into trouble.
Now you know, Papa Hollinger.
Thanks for the soup... and the money.
l have to meet Manuela at 4:00.
When l got home last night, Max had blown his brains out.
l knew he磀 do that.
l...tried to keep an eye on him...
but l didn磘 really think he would...
He had a...sort of joke these last few weeks.
Do you know what that was?
l would ask him sometimes.
He just said the money was good,
and he told me to mind my own business.
There磗 a letter for you.
His handwriting is impossible to read.
l can磘. Can you?
l can磘 make out...
poisoning going on.创
创There磗 poisoning going on创?
l didn磘 see much of him these weeks.
You lived in the same room.
We had a fight...
...over a whore.
l didn磘 hit him hard.
l was worried about his bad wrist.
Christ, finale! l磎 not ready. Please help me.
- l didn磘 know you performed. - Neither did l.
One of the girls got influenza and l said, 创Why can磘 l take her number?创
Take care of Max磗 money. There磗 nowhere to hide it here.
lt磗 funny seeing everything from the side like this.
l seem to recognize you.
Did we smoke our first cigarette together?
But if l say Amalfi, a summer day 26 years ago...
Our parents had cottages next door to each other.
You had an older sister called... let me see...
Do you mind letting me by? l磎 in a hurry.
Why, of course...Abel Rosenberg.
So...get off the chair
and get your wet jacket off.
And l磍l make you some real tea,
nice and hot.
That磍l do you good.
lt磗 only the man that changes the toilet cans.
He comes every Monday morning around 4:00.
We used to spend the summers in Amalfi.
And Mama had trouble with her lungs.
Max and l used to play with a boy named Hans Vergerus.
His folks came from D黶seldorf.
The father was some kind of big shot,
a Supreme Court Justice or something.
Mama didn磘 like Hans.
l guess no one did.
But everyone thought he was some kind of genius.
...we caught a cat and tied it down.
Hans cut it open.
lt was still alive.
He let me see how its heart beat.
l ran across him again ten years ago in Heidelberg...
...when we were there with the circus.
Yes, l remember that.
l saw him again today.
Did you see him?
He was at the cabaret.
The advantage of knowing influential people
is that you can have real coffee for breakfast.
The fire is going nicely,
but it will take a while before it gets really hot.
Do you get firewood the same way?
l do know a woodkeeper, as a matter of fact.
But l don磘 know anyone who can get me butter,
so you磍l have to eat marmalade.
lt磗 made of chemicals, the label says.
l owe you a dollar. l have to keep track.
You should keep this money before l spend it all on booze.
- Do you drink so much? - Whenever l have the money.
You磖e not going back to the circus?
What good is it without Max?
Well, we磍l get a new partner, of course.
- You know that磗 impossible. - l know nothing of the kind.
We磍l make a new number together, just you and l.
Abel, we could make a magical act.
l know a marvelous magician.
Markus, you know, he磗 just retired. We could take over his show.
l don磘 know.
Since this business with Max, l磎 just...
Ever since l met Max, you磛e been my big brother.
We磖e going to stick together now.
l wake up from a nightmare
and find that real life is worse than the dream.
Abel, everything is all right.
We have everything we need.
l just can磘 figure it out.
Last night they were beating a man. The police just turned their backs.
Abel, listen to me now. You磖e awfully tired.
You磛e been drinking much too much lately.
l磎 going to look after you now.
ln a few days everything will be much better. You磍l see.
We磍l talk things over.
But now l must hurry. l have to go to work.
Yeah, l have two jobs.
- This time of the morning? - Yeah, this time of the morning.
- l can磘 be late. - What sort of job?
Well, l don磘 know exactly. lt磗 secret anyway.
- Secret? - No, l was joking.
- lt磗 an office. l stick stamps... - What kind of office?
lt磗 import and export. l磎 not really sure.
What磗 the name of the company?
What the hell is the name of the company?
Ferkel. Ferkel und Sohn.
Where is this office?
Stop nagging me. You sound like a jealous husband.
l磍l be home around 2:00 and we磍l have dinner together.
Try and get hold of some meat while we still have the money.
- Twenty-two bucks. - We磖e rich.
- Herr Rosenberg? - Yes?
Would you mind coming in here for a moment?
My name is Frau Holle. l am Manuela磗 landlady.
Manuela just had time to tell me about you on her way out.
You are welcome to stay here with me for a short time.
These sudden changes in weather make my back ache,
so l must stay in bed all the day.
Still, it磗 nice with a peep of sun in November,
isn磘 it, Herr Rosenberg?
Would you care for a glass of sherry?
l am very attached to Manuela.
lf you forgive my saying so,
l am as fond of her as if she were my own daughter.
Prosit, Herr Rosenberg.
She is so kind and naive.
lt磗 as if all the terrible things going on around us didn磘 concern her.
l think your sister-in-law is heading for trouble, Herr Rosenberg.
The odd thing about Manuela is that she doesn磘 defend herself.
Nothing must happen to her.
Take this new job now.
There磗 something odd about it.
The Society for Church Democracy-- what is that, Herr Rosenberg?
lt isn磘 even in the phone book.
l must go now, Frau Holle.
How much is the rent? Should l pay in advance?
lt doesn磘 matter.
But if you have money, l don磘 mind.
You have dollars, haven磘 you?
Shall we say $3 a month? Or is that too much?
No, of course not.
Have you been crying?
lt just seemed so. Forgive me, Herr Rosenberg.
Good-bye, Frau Holle.
Good-bye, Herr Rosenberg.
We have been waiting for you.
May l ask you where you磛e been all night?
l couldn磘 very well sleep in that room.
- Where have you been? - With my sister-in-law.
She lives at 35 Bergmannstrasse, doesn磘 she?
- Yes, l think so. - Think?
- l think it磗 number 35. - Well, now you know.
- May l pack some things? - Not yet, Rosenberg.
l must ask you to come with us to the morgue to identify someone.
- l have to? - l磎 afraid l must insist.
Well, then, we磀 better get going.
l磀 advise you to smoke down there. lt helps.
- Do you recognize that girl? - Yes.
- Who is she? - Greta Hofer.
- How do you happen to know her? - She was engaged to my brother.
- When did you see her last? - A week ago.
- Was your brother on good terms... - Yes, l think so.
Fr鋟lein Hofer磗 been assaulted.
Cause of death...drowning.
Do you recognize this man?
- Are you quite sure? - No.
Think hard, Rosenberg. lt磗 important.
- He磗 like someone. - Who?
He磗 like my father.
- You can do better than that. - That磗 all.
He磗 like my father. My father died five years ago.
Someone stuck a very thin hypodermic needle into this man磗 heart.
A liquid of some sort was injected into the left ventricle,
a poison that must have caused him hideous pain before he died,
which probably took several hours.
So you haven磘 seen this man before?
Have you seen this woman before?
Who is she?
l don磘 know.
- But l磛e seen her. - Where?
l think she delivered papers.
l used to meet her at Frau Hemse磗 boardinghouse.
Once, she helped me up the stairs
when l was too drunk to make it on my own.
- Her name is Maria Stern. - l didn磘 know her name.
She hanged herself in the basement room
where she lived with her husband and two children.
But she left a very strange letter.
She said she had been frightened to death
and that the pain was unbearable.
l don磘 think l can take this.
Have you ever seen this boy?
He worked at the cabaret. You never saw him there?
He used to stand near the entrance working the spotlight.
You must have seen him.
Yes, it磗 possible.
We are not certain how he was killed.
He seems to have been run over by a truck,
but something tells us he磀 been assaulted or tortured first.
Why do you want me to see all this?
During the last month, seven mysterious deaths have occurred...
in your vicinity, Herr Rosenberg.
You don磘 suspect me?
l think we need a cup of coffee.
This can磘 be called coffee, but it磗 something.
Not very chatty, are you, Rosenberg?
Can you account for the movements
on the evening of Sunday, October 28th?
- You can磘? - l was drunk.
Ask me about October 19th. l was drunk then, too.
l磛e been drunk every night since l left the circus.
Something doesn磘 add up.
lf you were so well known--
good income, good reputation--
why did you start drinking?
l磎 an alcoholic.
Famous trapeze artist... alcoholic?
Maybe l didn磘 feel welcome in your beautiful city.
Why do l have to stay here?
You may be able to help me with seven unsolved deaths.
Tomorrow everything磗 gonna disappear.
Why bother with a few murders?
l磍l tell you, Rosenberg. l bother for my own sake.
l know that the catastrophe could be here in a few hours.
They say the rate of exchange for the dollar is five billion marks.
The French have occupied the Ruhr.
We have just paid a billion in gold to the British.
On every damned job there are Bolshevik agitators.
ln Munich, a Herr Hitler is preparing a putsch
with thousands of starving soldiers and madmen in uniform.
We have a government that doesn磘 know which way to turn.
Everyone磗 afraid. So am l.
l can磘 sleep for fear.
Nothing works properly except fear.
On Friday l wanted to go to Stettin to see my old mother.
She磍l be 80. But there was no timetable anymore.
There was a train that might go, but no timetable, Rosenberg.
lmagine! A Germany without timetables!
So what does lnspector Bauer do?
lnspector Bauer does his job.
He tries to create a little patch of order and reason
in the midst of chaos.
And he磗 not alone, Rosenberg. All over Germany,
millions and millions of petty officials,
just as terrified, are doing exactly the same.
You get drunk every day, huh?
That磗 also respectable, Rosenberg.
But l磀 be happier if you swung on your trapeze with your pals.
That way you磀 fight your fear more effectively.
So now you know why l sit here
investigating something l think is extremely odd,
not to say horrible.
And now l must ask you to keep quiet for a few minutes
while l write a few lines to lnspector Lohmann,
who is working on another case that also seems insane.
Sit down, Herr Rosenberg.
What do you suspect me of?
- Aren磘 l entitled to a lawyer? - This is a chat, not interrogation.
You磖e taking it out on me.
l need a cigarette.
l know why you磖e doing this.
lt磗 because l磎 a Jew.
l am here because l speak English.
You are allowed to smoke. You have ten minutes.
l spoke with lnspector Bauer.
He was very kind and understanding.
He wants to help you.
He said you went crazy.
What磗 wrong, Manuela?
l磎 just worried.
My savings are stolen.
l suppose you don磘 know where they磖e gone.
l didn磘 know you had any savings.
They磖e gone anyway.
Luckily l磎 in charge of Max磗 money.
That磗 just it. lnspector Bauer told me
they found Max磗 money on you when they searched you.
He asked me if l knew where Max had gotten hold of this money.
l said it was our savings,
as we were in Switzerland with the circus
and several of the artists changed their money into dollars
before they went on tour to Germany.
Who do you think stole your money?
What磀 you say?
You磖e not listening.
- What磗 wrong? - She磗 sick.
l磎 all right.
l haven磘 eaten today.
l磀 like to point out that you have only a few minutes left.
- Manuela. - Yes, Herr Rosenberg?
l am going to let you go, Herr Rosenberg.
ln spite of the way you attacked me and my colleagues.
My God, the way you swung at us.
But then, you are a circus artist.
What are you looking at?
l磎 not looking, l磎 wondering.
l磎 wondering whether l ought to tell you what l am wondering about.
But l think not.
Fr鋟lein Dorst will show you where you can collect your belongings.
We磍l keep your brother磗 dollar bills for the time being.
We磍l give you a receipt, of course.
- What are you doing here? - l dropped in to see Manuela.
l just heard about your brother磗 death.
You can go to hell.
You got any cigarettes?
There are some cigarettes on the shelf.
Who is it?
- Come in a moment, Manuela. - l磎 awfully tired.
Could we talk tomorrow when l come home for dinner?
l wish to speak to you now.
l can磘 sleep because of the pain.
Besides, l am worried.
Has it something to do with me?
You wouldn磘 have asked that before, Manuela.
l磎 dead tired. l think l have a cold.
l want to go to bed.
lt磗 about Herr Rosenberg.
l won磘 have him staying here in my house.
- But why? - He seems unreliable and arrogant!
Besides, the authorities don磘 approve
of my letting unmarried couples share a room.
l have changed my mind!
Herr Rosenberg must move tomorrow!
But he磗 paid his rent.
There磗 the money. l have changed it into marks.
lt磗 illegal to have dollars. You ought to know that.
lf Herr Rosenberg is leaving, l磎 leaving as well.
You must do as you like.
l think you磖e rotten! l think you are a witch!
We磍l get by. You磍l see.
As long as we stick together.
Have you slept with Hans Vergerus?
Yes, l have.
- Often? - Don磘 be silly, Abel.
l want to know.
Three times, maybe four. l don磘 know.
- Does he pay you? - No.
- Why did he pay you only once? - l don磘 know.
- Why don磘 you know? - l felt sorry for him.
Are you in love with him?
- l don磘 know. - You don磘 know?
l feel sorry for him...maybe me.
Maybe he needs some kindness.
Where did you go today?
l went to the office.
Then l came home to have dinner with you.
ls it import and export or something to do with the church
or neither? What?
l work at a whorehouse in the morning.
lt磗 not forbidden as far as l know.
lt磗 a very respectable whorehouse--
only for diplomats and managing editors and famous actors.
lt磗 so classy.
Be nice to me, Abel.
Please be nice to me, Abel.
Please be nice to me.
Tuesday, November 6th.
The newspapers are black with fear, threats, and rumors.
The government seems powerless.
A bloody confrontation between the extremist parties
Despite all this, people go to work,
the rain never stops,
and fear rises like vapor from the cobblestones.
lt can be sensed like a pungent smell.
Everyone bears it like a nerve poison,
a slowly working poison,
felt only as a quicker or slower pulse,
or as a spasm of nausea.
Abel, l磎 too late. l overslept.
l磍l be home at 2:00 for dinner.
l don磘 know why l磎 bothering you.
My name is Manuela.
My father was a magician. My mother was a circus rider.
l磛e been living in circuses all my life.
My husband was a circus artist as well.
Maybe it磗 wrong of me to trouble you,
but l need to talk to somebody who understands.
This last week l磛e been going to morning masses.
And then someone told me that you were an American.
lt磗 very comforting. My German isn磘 very good.
My dear woman, would you come to the point?
l have to get to another service.
Well, maybe you磍l come again.
All this guilt is too much for me.
l feel it磗 my fault that Max committed suicide.
You磖e responsible for someone, and then you fail your duties
and you stand there empty-handed and ashamed,
wondering what you could have been doing.
Now l feel l have to take care of Max磗 brother Abel as well,
- and that磗 even worse. - Worse?
Well, he磗 just like Max. He never says what he磗 thinking.
He just charges ahead with all his feeling
and he looks so frightened.
And l try to tell him that we磍l help each other,
but that磗 only words for him.
And everything l say is useless.
The only real thing is fear.
And l磎 sick. l don磘 know what磗 wrong.
ls there any forgiveness?
Would you like me to pray for you?
- Do you think that would help? - l don磘 know.
- Now? - Yes, now.
- ls it a special prayer? - Yes, yes. Let me think.
We...We live so far away from God...
...that he probably doesn磘 hear us when we pray for help.
we must help each other,
give each other the forgiveness that a remote God denies us.
l...say to you...
...that you are forgiven for your husband磗 death.
You磖e no longer to blame.
And l beg your forgiveness...
...for my apathy...
...and my indifference.
Do you forgive me?
Yes, l forgive you.
That磗 all we can do.
l must hurry.
The parish priest becomes annoyed if l磎 late.
Young woman, l have to close up, please.
What the hell does this mean?
lt磗 a place where we磖e going to live.
lt磗 nice, isn磘 it?
Yesterday when you came to the cabaret,
l磀 just been telling Hans Vergerus about all our trouble.
He suggested at once that we could move into this flat
that St. Anna磗 Clinic has the use of.
lt just became vacant.
Please say it磗 nice.
We don磘 have to pay any rent for the time being.
He also said that you could work in the clinic磗 archives.
We could stay here and decide what we wanted to do.
l磍l be damned if l磍l live here
or accept charity from that goddamned Hans Vergerus.
Maybe it磗 better if we work things out alone.
l probably won磘 see you for a while.
lt磗 best not to mix things up.
There is no point in continuing here in Berlin.
Look around you, Mr. Rosenberg.
Sixteen people, and what a program.
May l offer you anything to drink? A cognac?
A cognac for Mr. Rosenberg.
What do you think, Mr. Rosenberg?
A cabaret and a brothel... ln Beirut, for example.
A totally different climate. A totally different ambience.
We磍l close earlier tonight and shorten the program.
lt磗 useless staying open.
l磛e never seen anything like this rain.
Maybe it磗 the flood.
Cheers, Mr. Rosenberg.
How do you like my English accent?
l lived for some years with a woman fakir from New Jersey.
She taught me all the English l know.
l磛e been expecting this.
Can磘 you sleep?
l have to be drunk to go to sleep.
l磛e half a bottle of gin in the small suitcase out in the kitchen.
You know, actually it磗 quite nice to have a fever.
You can daydream.
You fall asleep and then you wake up.
Everything磗 mixed up.
Suddenly you磖e 6 years old, and then l磎 15.
lt磗 all so clear.
That damn engine. lt磗 started up again.
- What engine? - Don磘 you hear it?
l can hear something rumbling.
Yes! lt磗 an engine.
That bathrobe you磖e wearing belonged to Papa.
lt磗 quite touching.
l can remember sitting in the sunshine
watching Papa practicing a new number.
lt didn磘 work very good.
Mama came out of the wagon and said,
创You磖e not doing it right.创
And she showed him how to do it.
He just stood and looked embarrassed
with a sheepish smile on his face.
Now what磗 the worst thing?
People have no future.
People have lost the future.
l磎 getting drunk...finally.
May l introduce myself? l am Dr. Soltermann,
and this is my colleague Dr. Silbermann.
We are, as you might have guessed,
in charge of St. Anna Clinic磗 archives,
the largest hospital archives in Europe
and one of the largest in the world.
We have floor space of several thousand square meters,
and our card index includes over 100,000 entries.
But then, the St. Anna Clinic has been in existence for 357 years...
in various guises, of course.
May l show you to your place, Herr Rosenberg?
Yes, thank you.
Dr. Silbermann and l are very grateful to have an assistant.
We have been complaining to our chief, Professor Vergerus,
for years to no avail.
So you must know you are very welcome, Herr Rosenberg.
You are very welcome, Herr Rosenberg.
Don磘 you think Dr. Soltermann speaks very good English?
- Very good. - Dr. Silbermann is far too kind.
l spent seven years in England before the war.
My doctor磗 thesis dealt with erotic perversions
in the writings of Ben Johnson, an interesting but limited subject.
We go here, please.
May l ask, Herr Rosenberg,
if you have had any previous experience in archive work?
- No. Unfortunately l磛e-- - l was afraid so, but never mind.
Today l can give you a responsible task
that calls for very little archive experience.
l磎 very grateful.
How do l find my way out?
At dinnertime either Dr. Silbermann or l will come for you.
You can rely on us. We won磘 forget you.
By the way, one thing l almost forgot--
all our material is strictly confidential.
lt mustn磘 be taken out of here, and you mustn磘 read
or try to decipher the documents that pass through your hands.
All the files are full of reports of inconceivable human suffering,
of the battles of science, its victories and defeats.
This will be your place, Herr Rosenberg.
We begin work each morning at 8:00 and finish at 6:00.
We have dinner at 1 :30.
We take turns to fetch it from the kitchen of the clinic.
We are also entitled to take home our supper in a special container.
These days that磗 a priceless emolument.
Good morning, Herr Rosenberg.
Excuse me for asking. What am l supposed to do?
You see these gray files here?
There are yellow files of a cheaper kind.
Your first task will be to remove the contents of the gray files...
...and transfer them to the yellow files,
after which you will number and letter them
in the same way as the gray ones.
Good luck, Herr Rosenberg.
- How磗 it going? - lt磗 hard work.
- You磖e not well. - No.
Did you have something to eat today?
We have dinner in the hospital staff dining room.
When do you knock off?
l think l get away at 7:00.
l can take supper from the kitchen. lt磗 part of the salary.
How are you getting on in the archives?
l don磘 think l ought to stand here any longer.
They磖e terribly strict.
You suddenly look so thin and pale.
l磎 all right, Abel. lt could have been worse.
l must hurry.
- Couldn磘 you just say you磖e sick? - l don磘 dare.
- You were nearly run over. - Thanks.
- How do you like it here with us? - l磛e only just started.
- And Manuela? - Ask her yourself.
Let磗 meet one evening, the three of us.
l磎 in a hurry.
Dr. Soltermann went home after dinner.
He磗 in poor health.
l磎 usually alone here in the archives nowadays.
With Dr. Soltermann away, l can say it.
Something terrible is going on here.
Here, at the clinic.
Do you know what these are, Herr Rosenberg?
l don磘 understand German.
They are reports, detailed reports, marked 创secret.创
Reports concerning certain experiments undertaken at the clinic
under the supervision of Professor Vergerus.
l don磘 get it.
Can you guess what kind of experiments, Herr Rosenberg?
How could l?
Very strange experiments.
Experiments with human beings, Herr Rosenberg.
The engine is driving me wild.
l didn磘 notice it.
But you do hear it, don磘 you?
Yes, when you mention it.
- lt磗 a trap. - What is?
Don磘 be an idiot. We磖e locked in.
Don磘 get hysterical, Abel.
My head is splitting!
- You sure this gas isn磘 leaking? - lt isn磘.
- How can you be sure? - Because l磛e tried it.
Then you did think it was leaking, didn磘 you?
Stop raving at me like a lunatic.
lf you want to leave, go!
So you want me to get out?
l just say if you want to leave, you can go.
l磛e done everything l can to keep us together.
l just can磘 go on anymore.
Do you hear what l磎 saying? l can磘 go on anymore!
l give a damn about your fear!
l give a damn about you!
Then you want me to leave.
l give up. l give up.
- Just stay close. - No, l can磘.
l can磘 stay like this.
A little while, Abel?
Come home with me.
You can have it any way you want.
You have dollars, don磘 you?
Go to hell!
Where do you think we are?
Come on. Come on.
You磖e trying to kill me! You磖e trying to drain me!
You磖e trying to suck me!
Stella says l can磘 fuck!
That bitch is jiving the whole goddamn world.
She磗 got fangs in her cunt, man. Fangs! ln her cunt!
l saw them! l did! l saw them!
Mike, tell her that you and l
have screwed seven times in at least seven different ways.
Mikaela, you know Monroe,
and you know damned well he can only fuck faggots.
And if you say he even half screwed you, you磖e lying.
Do you remember that time? Do you remember that time, Stella,
you had to go to the hospital because you thought you had syphilis?
- l didn磘 have syphilis! - But you thought you did.
Who was that sweet man
who laid up next to you every night,
stroking you, making you feel fine, at the risk of catching it?
You磀 like some? lt磗 nice.
- l didn磘 have syphilis! - But you thought you had syphilis!
You looked lousy!
You are lousy.
You used to be so beautiful. She used to be so beautiful.
But now you are the worst bitch on the whole of Steinstrasse.
You l could screw anytime. lt磗 just that...that...
that big-mouth bitch that makes me nervous!
l could screw you...
l could screw you any amount of times.
You see, l磎 not a queer!
lt磗 just a goddamn lie Stella goes around telling everybody
because l won磘 get in between her legs!
A man could die in there!
You l could screw anytime!
- Here? - What do you mean, here?
You say you could screw her anytime.
- Could you do it now? - You磖e like that!
Sure! Sure, l could! Sure!
lf you think you磖e going to watch for nothing, then you磖e crazy.
Come on, Monroe, let磗 show him what you磖e made of.
- l磎 going to bet on this. - How about it?
You磍l be a rich man, Monroe.
Let磗 go, Monroe, before l磎 down.
You can have all the money from that guy who won磘 tell us his name.
Wait, wait, wait.
Quiet now. No fair laughing.
l磍l help him.
He has to do it himself.
Say it, say it. Say it, say it, say it.
lt doesn磘 work!
Say it! Say, 创Do it, Daddy.创
Say, 创Do it, Daddy创!
Monroe, don磘 cry. Don磘 cry, Monroe.
We won! We won!
Stop laughing. Stop laughing!
On the morning of Wednesday, November 7th,
there is no milk to be had in Berlin.
Many food shops remain closed. They have nothing to sell.
The Reichsmark has practically ceased to exist.
The wads of bills are now counted by weight,
and no more notice is taken of the printed value.
When you began your employment,
l pointed out that working hours are from 8:00 to 6:00.
Could you be so kind as to show me to my workplace?
l can磘 find my way.
Are there other people here in the archives?
Every day we are visited by scientists from other institutions.
Give me the keys.
Give me the keys.
You behave most improperly to an old man.
lt磗 all so absurd and humiliating.
Surely you realize l won磘 tell you anything,
no matter how rough you are.
Unlike you, l have a conviction.
Something unheard of is happening down there in Munich.
A savior is born.
The delivery is taking place in pain and blood.
A terrible time is at hand.
But what are 30 or 40 years of suffering and death?
What do you or l matter?
What do even millions of lives matter?
There are plenty of human beings, Herr Rosenberg.
Kill me, Herr Rosenberg. l won磘 resist.
My body is weak, but my soul is strong and calm.
l think it磗 better l lock the door so that no one will disturb us.
Dr. Soltermann warned me against you,
but l didn磘 believe him.
You say nothing.
Look at the screen and you磍l see some interesting pictures.
They were taken during our experiments
here at the St. Anna Clinic.
This is a resistance experiment.
This woman, 30 years old,
volunteered to look after a four-month-old baby
with a brain injury who screams day and night.
We wanted to see what would happen
to this completely normal, fairly intelligent woman
if we shut her in with a child that never stopped screaming.
As you see, after 12 hours she is still quite self-possessed.
Now, however, 24 hours have passed.
We can see now that she is affected.
Her sympathy for the sick child has been wiped out,
her feelings replaced by a deep depression,
which in its turn paralyzes every initiative.
She has left the child to its fate.
Here we can see quite clearly
the thought of ridding herself of the child has developed.
But it took another six hours before she carried out her intention,
a remarkable resistance.
Unfortunately our camera didn磘 manage
to document the actual deed.
Our technique has not been quite perfected.
You would like to see more, wouldn磘 you?
For seven days, this man was shut up in a cell so constructed
that he could not move his arms, legs, or head.
ln addition, he was deprived of all sound
and was in total darkness.
l know what you are going to say, Abel.
You are wondering how we could get anyone to agree
to such an experiment voluntarily.
No trouble, l assure you.
People will do anything for a little money and a square meal.
These pictures are not particularly instructive
but may be of physiognomic interest.
The subject was give an injection of Thanatoxin,
a drug that produces violent anguish.
What you will see is someone subjected to unbearable agony.
Here you see him just as he磗 given the injection.
You notice that he is quite balanced
and is laughing and joking.
An unusually nice boy, incidentally.
He was a student of political science at the university.
We are now at the condition of dread,
which is getting worse and worse.
ln a few moments he磍l commit suicide.
Watch carefully. lt happens without any warning.
He picks up the revolver. You can磘 see it properly.
Now you can see it.
Then he puts it in his mouth.
The gun is not loaded, of course.
That student really did shoot himself a few days later,
although the effects of the Thanatoxin had completely worn off.
Your brother Max...
met with the same misfortune.
By the way, he was one of our best assistants.
He was really interested in our experiments.
He wanted to try out the Thanatoxin.
l advised him not to, but he insisted.
His fianc閑 also helped us quite a bit.
They were very attached to each other and lived for a time
in one of the apartments that you, yourself...
This is one of our most recent and interesting experiments.
The subjects are administered
carefully controlled doses of Kapta Blue,
a virtually odorless gas.
lnitially the gas plays tricks with the behavioral centers,
throwing the entire emotional balance out of kilter.
The subjects are stripped of their social defenses,
lose their inhibitions, teeter madly
between quickly changing moods which possess them.
Their reactions are so farcical,
at times one can hardly keep from laughing.
Of course, repeated exposure to Kapta Blue
can cause some permanent damage.
Perhaps you are wondering what my intentions were
with you and Manuela,
placing you in one of our experiment rooms.
Will you believe me if l tell you l had no intentions at all?
Except to help you.
As you saw, the building behind your rooms had been vacated.
Some time ago we were forced to transfer our activities
to a more out-of-the-way place.
We must take great care.
Besides, our economic resources are limited.
We are financed entirely by private means.
l磎 not a monster, Abel.
What you have seen are the first faltering steps
of a necessary and logical development.
l know you have told lnspector Bauer of your experiences.
l also know that justice, represented by the plodding inspector,
has begun to move, slow and creaking.
He磍l be here soon with his police and his rusty guns.
But in a few moments,
l磍l bite on this cyanide capsule.
l did consider burning the archives
and destroying the results of our work,
but it seemed too melodramatic.
The law will confiscate our results and then file them.
ln a few years, science will ask for the documents
and will continue our experiments on a gigantic scale.
We are ahead of our time, Abel.
We are to be sacrificed.
lt磗 only logical.
ln a day or two, maybe even tomorrow,
the national units in South Germany will attempt a revolt
led by an incredible scatterbrain called Adolf Hitler.
lt will be a colossal fiasco.
Herr Hitler lacks intellectual capacity and method.
He doesn磘 realize what tremendous forces
he is about to conjure up.
He will be swept away like a withered leave
the day the storm breaks.
Look at that picture.
Look at all those people.
They are incapable of a revolution.
They are far too humiliated,
too afraid, too downtrodden.
But in ten years...
the 10-year-olds will be 20,
the 15-year-olds will be 25.
To the hatred inherited from their parents,
they will add their own idealism and impatience.
Someone will step forward and put their unspoken feelings into words.
Someone will promise a future.
Someone will make demands.
Someone will talk of greatness and sacrifice.
The young and inexperienced will give their courage and their faith
to the tired and the uncertain.
And then there will be a revolution,
and our world will go down in blood and fire.
ln ten years, no more,
those people will create a new society unequalled in world history.
The old society was based on extremely romantic ideas
of man磗 goodness.
lt was all very complicated since the ideas didn磘 match the reality.
The new society will be based on a realistic assessment
of man磗 potentials and limitations.
Man is a malformation, a perversity of nature.
That is where our experiments come in.
We deal with the basic construction and reshape it.
We set the productive forces free and control the destructive ones.
We exterminate what is inferior and increase what is useful.
l always liked you and Manuela.
She showed an affection for me which l hope was sincerely meant.
Against my better judgment, l tried to help you.
Comic, isn磘 it, Abel?
One day you can tell all this to anyone who is willing to listen.
No one will believe you
despite the fact that anyone who makes the slightest effort
can see what is waiting in the future.
lt磗 like a serpent磗 egg.
Through the thin membranes,
you can clearly discern the already perfect reptile.
You were given Veronal. You磛e slept for two days.
What day is it?
lt磗 the morning of November 1 1th.
- Can l have some water? - Yeah.
l磛e been in touch with Hollinger.
He thinks he can use you in his circus.
The German state will pay for a train ticket to Basel.
That磗 where the circus will be for the next two weeks.
l take it for granted that you will accept his kind offer, no?
l think so.
lt would be the simplest way, Herr Rosenberg.
A constable will go to the station with you.
The night train is supposed to leave at 1 1 :20.
Good-bye, Herr Rosenberg.
By the way,
Herr Hitler failed with his Munich putsch.
The whole thing was a colossal fiasco.
Herr Hitler and his gang underrated the strength
of the German democracy.
Good-bye, Herr Rosenberg.
On the evening of Sunday, November 1 1th,
Abel Rosenberg escaped the police escort
which was taking him to the railroad station.
He was never seen again.
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Stargate SG1 3x03 Fair Game
Stargate SG1 3x04 Legacy
Stargate SG1 3x05 Learning Curve
Stargate SG1 3x06 Point Of View
Stargate SG1 3x07 Deadman Switch
Stargate SG1 3x08 Demons
Stargate SG1 3x09 Rules Of Engagement
Stargate SG1 3x10 Forever In A Day
Stargate SG1 3x11 Past And Present
Stargate SG1 3x12 Jolinars Memories
Stargate SG1 3x13 The Devil You Know
Stargate SG1 3x14 Foothold
Stargate SG1 3x15 Pretense
Stargate SG1 3x16 Urgo
Stargate SG1 3x17 A Hundred Days
Stargate SG1 3x18 Shades Of Grey
Stargate SG1 3x19 New Ground
Stargate SG1 3x20 Maternal Instinct
Stargate SG1 3x21 Crystal Skull
Stargate SG1 3x22 Nemesis
Stargate SG1 4x01 Small Victories
Stargate SG1 4x02 The Other Side
Stargate SG1 4x03 Upgrades
Stargate SG1 4x04 Crossroads
Stargate SG1 4x05 Divide And Conquer
Stargate SG1 4x06 Window Of Opportunity
Stargate SG1 4x07 Watergate
Stargate SG1 4x08 The First Ones
Stargate SG1 4x09 Scorched Earth
Stargate SG1 4x10 Beneath The Surface
Stargate SG1 4x11 Point Of No Return
Stargate SG1 4x12 Tangent
Stargate SG1 4x13 The Curse
Stargate SG1 4x14 The Serpents Venom
Stargate SG1 4x15 Chain Reaction
Stargate SG1 4x16 2010
Stargate SG1 4x17 Absolute Power
Stargate SG1 4x18 The Light
Stargate SG1 4x19 Prodigy
Stargate SG1 4x20 Entity
Stargate SG1 4x21 Double Jeopardy
Stargate SG1 4x22 Exodus
Stargate SG1 5x01 Enemies
Stargate SG1 5x02 Threshold
Stargate SG1 5x03 Ascension
Stargate SG1 5x04 Fifth Man
Stargate SG1 5x05 Red Sky
Stargate SG1 5x06 Rite Of Passage
Stargate SG1 5x07 Beast Of Burden
Stargate SG1 5x08 The Tomb
Stargate SG1 5x09 Between Two Fires
Stargate SG1 5x10 2001
Stargate SG1 5x11 Desperate Measures
Stargate SG1 5x12 Wormhole X-Treme
Stargate SG1 5x13 Proving Ground
Stargate SG1 5x14 48 Hours
Stargate SG1 5x15 Summit
Stargate SG1 5x16 Last Stand
Stargate SG1 5x17 Failsafe
Stargate SG1 5x18 The Warrior
Stargate SG1 5x19 Menace
Stargate SG1 5x20 The Sentinel
Stargate SG1 5x21 Meridian
Stargate SG1 5x22 Revelations
Stargate SG1 6x01 Redemption Part 1
Stargate SG1 6x02 Redemption Part 2
Stargate SG1 6x03 Descent
Stargate SG1 6x04 Frozen
Stargate SG1 6x05 Nightwalkers
Stargate SG1 6x06 Abyss
Stargate SG1 6x07 Shadow Play
Stargate SG1 6x08 The Other Guys
Stargate SG1 6x09 Allegiance
Stargate SG1 6x10 Cure
Stargate SG1 6x11 Prometheus
Stargate SG1 6x12 Unnatural Selection
Stargate SG1 6x13 Sight Unseen
Stargate SG1 6x14 Smoke n Mirrors
Stargate SG1 6x15 Paradise Lost
Stargate SG1 6x16 Metamorphosis
Stargate SG1 6x17 Disclosure
Stargate SG1 6x18 Forsaken
Stargate SG1 6x19 The Changeling
Stargate SG1 6x20 Memento
Stargate SG1 6x21 Prophecy
Stargate SG1 6x22 Full Circle
Stargate SG1 7x01 Fallen
Stargate SG1 7x02 Homecoming
Stargate SG1 7x03 Fragile Balance
Stargate SG1 7x04 Orpheus
Stargate SG1 7x05 Revisions
Stargate SG1 7x06 Lifeboat
Stargate SG1 7x07 Enemy Mine
Stargate SG1 7x08 Space Race
Stargate SG1 7x09 Avenger 2 0
Stargate SG1 7x10 Birthright
Stargate SG1 7x10 Heroes II
Stargate SG1 7x11 Evolution I
Stargate SG1 7x12 Evolution II
Stargate SG1 7x13 Grace
Stargate SG1 7x14 Fallout
Stargate SG1 7x15 Chimera
Stargate SG1 7x16 Death Knell
Stargate SG1 7x17 Heroes I
Stargate SG1 7x19 Resurrection
Stargate SG1 7x20 Inauguration
Stargate SG1 7x21-22 The Lost City I n II
Starship Troopers (Special Edition)
Starship Troopers 2
Story Of A Kiss
Strange aventure de Docteur Molyneux
Street Of Love And Hope (Nagisa Oshima 1959)
Street of shame (Akasen chitai)
Streetcar Named Desire A
Summer Tale A 2000
Sunday Lunch (2003)
Super 8 Stories
Superman IV - The Quest for Peace
Surviving the Game
Swedish Love Story A (1970) CD1
Swedish Love Story A (1970) CD2
Sweetest Thing The (Unrated Version)
Swordsman III - The East is Red
Sylvester - Canned Feud (1951)
Sylvester - Speedy Gonzales (1955)
Sylvester and Elmer - Kit for Cat (1948)
Sylvester and Porky - Scaredy Cat (1948)
Sylvester and Tweety - Canary Row (1950)
Sylvester and Tweety - Putty Tat Trouble (1951)
Sylvester and Tweety - Tweetys SOS (1951)