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Some of them are much more attractive than you are. I am sincerely happy for you. I’m not sure anyone would pay you to dance around half-naked. You know, you should have taken that regular job at the Komet. Then maybe I wouldn’t have to work at the club. You want to turn me into a cabbage? You are a cabbage. (KETTLE WHISTLING) I’m a freelance. It’s not regular work, but when I make money, I can make a lot of money. I like my work. I’m conscientious and I’m ambitious. But I’m a freelance, and I’m not giving that up. You know, Monika and I are very fond of Sigi. I’m very fond of you and Monika. Don’t you want children? You’re very good with children, Peter. Ja. Other people’s children. Do you have some reason for asking me to this lunch? Because . Because if we continue any further with this marriage talk, it may be the end of a wonderful friendship. I wanted to give you this. What is it? Something to read. It was lying beside the body of that old man who gassed himself. What’s so special? You’ll see. But it’s police property. I really shouldn’t be giving it to you, so keep it to yourself, hmm? I always do, Karl. Thanks. “My name is Salomon Tauber. “I have stayed alive this long “only because there was one more thing I wished to do. “The friends I have known, “the sufferers and the victims of the camp, are long dead, “and only the persecutors are still around me. “I see their faces on the streets in the daytime, “and in the night I see the face of my wife, Esther. “And I remember how she clung to me on the train “as we pulled into the station at Riga.” (CLANKING DOOR) GERMAN SOLDIER: Raus hier! Raus! Schnell, schnell! Raus hier! TAUBER: “We had been three days and three nights “in that cattle truck from Berlin, “without food or water. “The dead, and there were many of them, were crowded in among us. “It was there I first saw him. “Captain Eduard Roschmann, the SS Commandant of the camp. “The ‘Butcher’.” (DOGS BARKING) “Every day brought another trainload of prisoners. “Roschmann had many of the women, children and elderly,