1. What movie is the picture from?
2. What movie is this quote from?
I didn't see much of the war... I was stationed in a repair shop below decks. Oh, I was in plenty of battles, but I never saw a Jap or heard a shell coming at me. When we were sunk, all I know is there was a lot of fire and explosions. And I was ordered topsides and overboard. And I was burned. When I came to, I was on a cruiser. My hands were off. After that, I had it easy... That's what I said. They took care of me fine. They trained me to use these things. I can dial telephones, I can drive a car, I can even put nickels in the jukebox. I'm all right, but... well, you see, I've got a girl.
3. What movie is this?
It is a German/Italian/Austrian production directed by Oliver Hirschbiegel. It covers the last ten days of the main character's life. It is based partly on historian Traudl Junge’s Until the Final Hour and several other memoirs. It was nominated for Best Foreign Film. Bruno Ganz studied Parkinson’s patients to get the main character's twitching down. The opening and closing interviews with Junge are from the documentary “Blind Spot”.