Doctor Murnau: A crowd is easier to control than an individual. A crowd has a common purpose. The purpose of the individual is always in question.
Franz Kafka: That's what you're trying to eliminate, isn't it? Everything that makes one human being different from another. But you'll *never*, *never* reach a man's soul through a lens.
Doctor Murnau: That rather depends on which end of the microscope you're on, doesn't it?
Gabriela: If I waited for you to understand, it would be too late.
Franz Kafka: So, that's who the enemy is. Policemen and file clerks. Law and order, you might say.
Gabriela: You think what we're doing is wrong? What would you suggest, then?
Franz Kafka: Did any of you actually go up to the castle with Edward? You sit around twisting the facts to suit your inbred theories. In my experience the truth is not... that convenient.
Franz Kafka: I write by myself... for myself.
Burgel: [sarcastically, as Franz shows up for work] But Kafka, you're... on time!
Doctor Murnau: You despise someone like me - because you despise the modern. But you are at the very forefront of what is modern. You write about it, you document it... Unlike you, though, I have chosen to embrace it.
Oscar: Going back to your Burrow?