Movie quotes

  • Flugten
    • Flugten

      (2009)
    • 00:34:35 Thank you.

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      • 00:34:30 Fair enough.

      • 00:34:32 Welcome home.

      • 00:34:35 Thank you.

      • 00:34:53 I'll write a two-page account right down to the last detail.

      • 00:34:59 A diary?

    • 00:56:28 Thank you.

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      • 00:56:09 Yes, of course she also has a boat. - Cheer up!

      • 00:56:24 Look at me, please.

      • 00:56:28 Thank you.

      • 00:56:32 I'm all done.

      • 00:56:36 ...I found a rock in my cell -

    • 00:56:56 Congratulations on your book. - Thank you.

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      • 00:56:49 Anything else you want to ask me?

      • 00:56:53 No, not really. - Okay.

      • 00:56:56 Congratulations on your book. - Thank you.

      • 00:56:59 Well, I never heard of anyone escaping the Taliban on their own.

      • 00:57:04 See you. - Yes. Bye.

    • 01:03:45 Thank you.

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      • 01:03:04 You're drunk. Go home to your house in the suburbs.

      • 01:03:08 Right? - Yes.

      • 01:03:45 Thank you.

      • 01:03:53 Why are you doing this?

      • 01:03:55 I can't help myself.

    • 01:20:44 Thank you, Rikke.

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      • 01:20:29 What's up?

      • 01:20:36 Don't worry, Rikke.

      • 01:20:44 Thank you, Rikke.

    • 01:22:54 Please, come in. - Thank you.

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      • 01:22:46 I'm Rikke, and I know Thomas from 10 years ago...

      • 01:22:49 Yes. I know who you are.

      • 01:22:54 Please, come in. - Thank you.

      • 01:23:02 I saw the police at my house and I...

      • 01:23:06 I don't know what I thought, except that Thomas' judicial insight-

    • 01:30:35 Welcome, Hanne Hvidtfeldt. - Thank you.

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      • 01:30:24 - not to punish this boy but instead help him by granting him asylum.

      • 01:30:29 We should follow our consciences, as Nazir followed his, when he saved me.

      • 01:30:35 Welcome, Hanne Hvidtfeldt. - Thank you.

      • 01:30:38 This appeal has had all of Denmark in uproar today-

      • 01:30:43 and it's an appeal addressed to you. What will you do?

    • 01:31:30 - If they ask us, we'll consider it. - Thank you forcoming.

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      • 01:31:22 Does that mean that he will be extradited to Guantánamo?

      • 01:31:26 Yes, our terror law enables us to cooperate with the US.

      • 01:31:30 - If they ask us, we'll consider it. - Thank you forcoming.

      • 01:31:36 That's all for now about the sensitive Nazircase...

      • 01:31:43 That's the last thing we wanted to happen.

    • 01:35:19 Thank you.

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      • 01:35:09 Maybe. But I can't know that for sure.

      • 01:35:12 I hope you think long and hard about this.

      • 01:35:19 Thank you.

      • 01:35:29 He's right. I'll take you to the police.

      • 01:35:33 The sooner the better. So let's get it over with tonight.

    • 01:37:08 I'll go wake him up. Come in. - Thank you.

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      • 01:37:01 I'm Rikke Lyngvig, and I... - I know who you are.

      • 01:37:05 Okay. I'm here with a letter for Nazir.

      • 01:37:08 I'll go wake him up. Come in. - Thank you.

      • 01:37:11 Nazir, we have company.

      • 01:37:29 This is empty!

    • 01:39:54 Okay. Thank you.

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      • 01:39:44 I'll arrange a private room for him.

      • 01:39:48 I'm bound by professional secrecy, but there are other doctors...

      • 01:39:54 Okay. Thank you.

      • 01:40:00 Thank you.

    • 01:40:00 Thank you.

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      • 01:39:48 I'm bound by professional secrecy, but there are other doctors...

      • 01:39:54 Okay. Thank you.

      • 01:40:00 Thank you.