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Perhaps there will be no more centuries after ours. He takes her by the waist and kisses her brutally.

Do you know why I didn’t kill myself? I surprised the beast. I’ll give you the formula. Pointing to the bathroom The liar is in there. How far would we have to run?

Father arrives and requests that the three take an oath: Franz says that they are both criminals, and that he does not accept Father’s ability to judge him, but nonetheless forces him to swear that he will not. Leni apologizes for the earlier quarrel, but Franz rushes her quickly out of the room. Also in Act One, Sartre’s ideas of freedom and ” existence precedes essence ” are illustrated in Johanna’s outburst to Father von Gerlach: Don’t worry, I know more than one trick.

This evening you will see the downfall of a false witness. Oh, witness for the defense, testify before yourself. I’ve known about your Smolensk business for three years.


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That’s what you would like me to be, and then you could comfort me. But I will tell you the secret of these multiple incisions. We shall find each other again, Werner, I swear it.

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When he asks what will, she answers it would be best if he “did away with himself”, yet she asks him to “come back to life” – to come out of his seclusion and take over the business so that she secuestracos Werner would be free. Do you mean today? Cover of the English edition, depicting the black window of Franz’s crabs.

If you love me, save me. He claims that Germany’s loss in the war led to its coming back as a world power, and that those, like Franz, who “loved their country enough to sacrifice their military honor for victory” merely “risked prolonging the massacre and hindering its reconstruction.

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Majorthe von Gerlachs: Franz admits that he holds all the guilt of Germany’s loss: Beautiful children, you who are born of us, our pain has brought you forth. Johanna tells Werner that he is only trying to act tough, and says that if they stay, she llos see Franz everyday.

Father altoa to get the car as Franz gives Leni and Johanna his farewells. He makes Johanna realize that he can do something for her that she feels nobody else can do anymore – to make her feel beautiful. Sartre summarizes the plot in the program notes of the play: For the film adaptation, see The Condemned of Altona film.

Franz prods Leni to shoot him, but she refuses, telling Franz that she will tell Johanna everything in order to hurt him by shattering Johanna’s love for him, and that she is the only one who loves him for who he is.


It is the taste of the century. This century is a woman in labor. Take me to some town where everyone is the same, where they all lie to themselves. One and one make one – what a misunderstanding!

You’ve told me nothing Franz stunned: You don’t love me, then? Leni tells him that the rest of the family is contriving against him, and that Johanna will come to see him. She strikes him with her clenched fists, releases herself, and bursts into laughter. In the first, about seventeen years ago, Franz shelters a rabbi in his room from the Nazis. Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. Here Sartre shows Father’s power to stem from a self-deception Werner does not possess: There are no red corpuscles, for the accused is dying of hunger.

Werner arrives, and Father leaves, telling Johanna that his proposition still stands.

Ed describes how the powerlessness he felt as the rabbi was beaten to death led him to take full hold of his power later on. Leni tells her father that she has not told Franz of his condition. If there’s any chance left.