Quote for the Day: November 28th, 2021

The Life of Emile Zola (1937); directed by William Dieterle

All my friends have told me that it was insane for a single person to oppose the immense machinery of the law, the glory of the army, and the power of the state. They warned me that my actions would be mercilessly crushed, that I would be destroyed. But what does it matter if an individual is shattered if only justice is resurrected?

The Life of Emile Zola (1937); directed by William Dieterle

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Quote for the Day: November 27th, 2021

The Life of Emile Zola (1937); directed by William Dieterle

Each serves his country in his own way – one with a sword, the other with a pen. Posterity will choose between your name and mine.

The Life of Emile Zola (1937); directed by William Dieterle

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Quote for the Day: November 21st, 2021

Sound of Metal (2019); directed by Darius Marder

…so disconcerting the things that your memory holds onto without you knowing.

Sound of Metal (2019); directed by Darius Marder

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