The clip Paul Departs From His Mother from All Quiet on the Western Front (1930)
Mother, you'll catch cold here. You must go to sleep.
There'll be plenty of time to sleep...
when you're gone.
Must you go tomorrow, Paul? Must you?
Yes, Mother. Orders were changed.
Are you very much afraid, Paul?
There's something I want to say to you, Paul.
Just be on your guard against the women out there.
They're no good.
Where we are, there aren't any women, Mother.
Be very careful at the front, Paul.
Yes, Mother, I will.
I'll pray for you every day.
And if you could, get a job that's not quite so dangerous.
Yes, Mother. I'll try and get in the cookhouse.
That can easily be done.
You do it then, and if the others say anything--
That won't worry me, Mother.
Now, you must go to bed and you must get well quickly before I come back.
I put two sets of underwear -- new ones-
in your pack.
They'll keep you nice and warm.
They're all wool.
That's sweet of you.
Good night... my son.
Good night, Mother.