Setine Quotes in OSS 117: Cairo, Nest of Spies (2006)
Moeller: [to Hubert Bonisseur de La Bath "OSS 117", alias Mr. Bramard] I would love to show you the Pyramids, Mr. Bramard.
Hubert Bonisseur de La Bath, alias OSS 117: I would love you as a guide. The mystery of the pyramids is that of unattainable conscience.
Setine: Pharaohs were buried with their servants.
Moeller: When we die, we want everything to stop.
Hubert Bonisseur de La Bath, alias OSS 117: It is the cycle of life itself. When someone or something dies, someone or something is born.
Setine: We try to forget we're animals, but nature keeps reminding us. Sometimes cruelly.
Moeller: Scientists experiment on fruit flies because their brains are very similar to ours.
Setine: Through a horse's eye we seem bigger than we are. That's why we're able to tame them.
Moeller: Our eyes teach us how to react to others. But we can be near-sighted.
Hubert Bonisseur de La Bath, alias OSS 117: The blind man doesn't see. He feels. And paradoxically, he sees.
Moeller: When a cats tail is straight, it feels at ease.
Setine: An amputee's leg still itches.
Setine: When women change men, they change hairstyles.
Moeller: You must let a baby cry at night, or bedtime becomes too ritualized.
Raymond Pelletier: You... want a drink? We can go to the bar. A little nightcap?-- Setine
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