Yehuda Quotes in The Pianist (2002)
Wladyslaw Szpilman: You've got to give me something to do.
Yehuda: You're an artist, Wladek. You do enough.
Wladyslaw Szpilman: I want to help. I want to do something.
Yehuda: You're too well known, Wladek. And you know what? You musicians don't make good conspirators. You're too... too... musical!
Yehuda: [regarding the underground newspapers] These will start the uprising. Majorek hides them in his underpants, and leaves them in toilets.
Majorek: As many toilets as I can find. Germans never use Jewish toilets. They're too clean for them.
Yehuda: [introducing Wladek] Majorek, this is the greatest pianist in Poland, maybe the whole world.
Yehuda: Majorek used to be in the army. Brilliant man. The only thing I've got against him is he's not a socialist.
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