The clip Informing Itzhak from Schindler's List (1993) with Liam Neeson, Ben Kingsley
I've been talking to Goeth.
I know the destination.
These are the evacuation orders.
I'm to help organize the shipments, put myself on the last train.
That's not what I was going to say.
I made Goeth promise me he'll put in a good word for you.
Nothing bad is going to happen to you there. You'll receive special treatment.
The directives coming in from Berlin mention...
"Special Treatment" more and more often.
I'd like to think that's not what you mean.
Preferential treatment, alright?
Should we invent a whole new language?
I think so.
You're staying, I take it.
In Krakow? What on earth for?
What for? You have a business to run.
Of course, you'll have to hire new workers. Poles, I guess.
They cost a little more, but...
What are you going to do?
You ran my business.
No, I'm going home.
I've done what I came here for.
I've got more money than any man can spend in a lifetime.
Some day, this is all going to end, you know.
I was going to say we'll have a drink then.