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Der Pianist ist ein Spielfilm von Roman Polański nach der im Jahr 1946 publizierten Autobiografie Der Pianist – mein wunderbares Überleben des polnischen Pianisten und Komponisten Władysław Szpilman. Der Film, die Darsteller und die Filmcrew wurden mit diversen Filmpreisen ausgezeichnet, unter anderem mit drei Oscars in den Kategorien „Beste Regie“, „Bester Hauptdarsteller“ sowie „Bestes adaptiertes Drehbuch“.

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[takes off his watch] Sell this. Food is more important than time.

Der Pianist
 
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Dorota: 'No one plays Chopin like you.'
Władysław Szpilman: 'I hope that's a compliment.'

Der Pianist, von Władysław Szpilman
 
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You know what? You musicians don't make good conspirators. You're too... too... musical!

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2,000 and my advice is to take it. What will you do when you're hungry? Eat the piano?

Der Pianist, von Mr. Lipa
 
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They all want to be better Nazis than Hitler.

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Lying is the worst of all evils. Everything else that is diabolical comes from it.

Władysław Szpilman in Der Pianist
 
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Humanity seems doomed to do more evil than good. The greatest ideal on earth is human love.

Władysław Szpilman in Der Pianist
 
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The love of freedom is native to every human being and every nation, and cannot be suppressed in the long term. History teaches us that tyranny has never endured.

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And now I was lonelier, I supposed, than anyone else in the world. Even Defoe's creation, Robinson Crusoe, the prototype of the ideal solitary, could hope to meet another human being. Crusoe cheered himself by thinking that such a thing could happen any day, and it kept him going. But if any of the people now around me came near I would need to run for it and hide in mortal terror. I had to be alone, entirely alone, if I wanted to live.

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Why did this war have to happen at all? Because humanity had to be shown where its godlessness was taking it.

Władysław Szpilman in Der Pianist
 
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War. There was now no point in a war that might once have been justified as a search for free subsistence and living space – it had degenerated into vast, inhuman mass slaughter, negating all cultural values.

Władysław Szpilman in Der Pianist
 
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