A former American citizen, now living in Sweden, is blackmailed into spying for the Allies during World War II. Reluctant at first, his rela...更多>
Legally, we've been married ten years. Actually - just about a month. Very early, he told me I was one in a million. And I discovered he was telling the truth.
Eric Erickson: I'm curious. Ever since I met you, I've wondered what they have on you. The Allies, I mean. They've told me if I don't work for them, I lose my business. Marianne Möllendorf: Oh, I see. Yes, I have something to lose too. If I don't help them I lose my self-respect. Well, haven't you ever opposed anything for the simple reason that it's wrong, morally wrong? Baron Gerhard von Oldenburg: Strange... You can read about a hundred atrocities, hear about a thousand, but you only have to see one. Eric Erickson: Suddenly, he becomes your brother. Eric Erickson: How does a person get to be so cold-blooded? Collins: Watching German planes bomb London helps enormously. Marianne Möllendorf: In case one of us should get arrested and questioned, I think we ought to know a few intimate details about each other. Now, for your information, I have a scar, appendicitis, right here. [Points to right lower abdomen] Marianne Möllendorf: , and, um, a birthmark there [points under her right breast] Marianne Möllendorf: wine-colored. Eric Erickson: White or red? Marianne Möllendorf: Vin rose.