Opah Oskar Reikman: We are cleaning God's earth. There is no shame in that.
Lise Mueller: Stay away from Heinz. He's wicked and he's cruel.
Hannah Dournenvald: Then Lise's brother Heinz is the boy who tried to kill your mother but succeeded only in breaking my leg.
Tommi Lowberg: They dehumanize us. They debase us. And they're not going to stop because of a plebescite.
Teacher: Lise, go to your seat.
Lise Mueller: This is my seat.
Inge Dournenvald: I think we both knew then that we would never see each other again. But when I look back at my life, at the people who really mattered, I see Lise. She is still the best friend I ever had.
Inge Dournenvald: There is a moment every winter when I remember that childhood winter. The winter of the Anschluss. The winter that Hitler invaded our country and took away all that my family and I held dear.
Inge Dournenvald: I'm proud of being Jewish.
Lise Mueller: I stood in front of your building all day, waiting for you to go in or out.
Inge Dournenvald: I'm sorry. I didn't know.
Lise Mueller: I know.
Inge Dournenvald: We were at the hospital all day.
Teacher: Ladies, we are supposed to be exercising our bodies, not our mouths.
Lise Mueller: [to the teacher] Thanks for the clarification.
Lise Mueller: Exercising doesn't seem to be doing her body much good.