The clip German-French tension from Casablanca (1942)
So Yvonne's gone over to the enemy.
Who knows? In her own way, she may constitute an entire second front.
I think it's time for me to flatter Strasser a little. I'll see you later.
Put up a whole row of them, Sascha. Starting here and ending here.
We will begin with two.
What did you say? Would you kindly repeat it?
What I said is none of your business.
I'll make it my business.
I don't like disturbances in my place. Either lay off politics or get out.
You see, captain?
The situation is not as under control as you believe.
We try to cooperate with your government.
But we cannot regulate the feelings of our people.
Captain, are you certain which side you're on?
I have no conviction, if that's what you mean.
I blow with the wind...
...and the prevailing wind happens to be from Vichy.
And if it should change?
Surely the Reich doesn't admit that possibility?
We are concerned about more than Casablanca.
We know that every French province in Africa is honeycombed with traitors.
Waiting for their chance. Waiting perhaps for a leader.
A leader? Like Laszlo?
I have been thinking.
It's too dangerous to let him go, it may be too dangerous to let him stay.
I see what you mean.