“Shining Through” quotes(1992)
Plot – Linda Voss is a Jewish American secretary who works for a lawyer. When World War II blows up, the woman wants to go to Berlin to help her relatives. Her employer is actually an American secret service spy and when an agent is killed, she has the opportunuty to go to Germany.
All actors – Michael Douglas, Melanie Griffith, Liam Neeson, Joely Richardson, John Gielgud, Francis Guinan, Patrick Winczewski, Anthony Walters, Victoria Shalet, Sheila Allen, Stanley Beard, Sylvia Symsshow all
“Shining Through” Quotes 7 quotes
“- Linda Voss: What do you want from me?
- Ed Leland: I want you to stop feeling sorry for yourself.
- Linda Voss: No, you want me to stop feeling, like you... You did love me, didn't you? I couldn't have been wrong.
- Ed Leland: You weren't.
- Linda Voss: Well then how do you stop, or want to?”
“What's a war for, if not to hold on to what we love?”
“This is all so civilized, Edward. That's what you like, isn't it? Civilized people, polite ladies with pedigrees who look good at the opera, and never make you laugh too hard, and never make you feel too much. I've had a lot of time to think about this and don't tell me it's the war, when I've been waiting for six months to hear whether you're...” (continue)(continue reading)
“I have no use for Jews.”
“- Ed Leland: Close your eyes and tell me everything you see in the room. It's an observation test. Do you really have a problem with that?
- Linda Voss: Pictures of sailboats and polo ponies; fancy books and diplomas; stuffed fish on the wall; calendar set to the wrong date; bookcases that need dusting; carpets that need cleaning; and a couple...” (continue)(continue reading)
“It surprised no one that Ed was too stubborn to die.”