Say anything, right? Just be nice about it! As always, friendly derby discussion is welcome too.
Schindler: People die, it’s a fact of life. He wants to kill everybody? Great, what am I supposed to do about it? Bring everybody over? Is that what you think? Send them over to Schindler, send them all. His place is a ‘haven,’ didn’t you know? It’s not a factory, it’s not an enterprise of any kind, it’s a haven for rabbis and orphans and people with no skills whatsoever. You think I don’t know what you’re doing? You’re so quiet all the time. I know. I know.
Stern: Are you losing money?
Schindler: No, I’m not losing money, that’s not the point.
Stern: What other point is -
Schindler: It’s dangerous! It’s dangerous to me. You have to understand, Goeth is under enormous pressure. You have to think of it in his situation. He’s got this whole place to run, he’s responsible for everything that goes on here, all these people - he’s got a lot of things to worry about. And he’s got the war. Which brings out the worst in people. Never the good, always the bad. Always the bad. But in normal circumstances, he wouldn’t be like this. He’d be all right. There’d just be the good aspects of him - which - he’s a wonderful cook. A man who loves good food, good wine, the ladies, making money -
Stern: - killing -
Schindler: He can’t enjoy it…What do you want me to do about it?
Stern: Nothing, nothing. We’re just talking.Schindler: [He pulls out a slip of paper] Perlman.
(From Schindler’s List)