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A Coffee in Berlin

Cast
Tom Schilling, Friederike Kempter, Marc Hosemann, Arnd Klawitter, Justus von Dohnanyi, Michael Gwisdek, Ulrich Noethen, Martin Brambach, RP Kahl
Released
2012
Spoiler alert
Blog entry

The psychologist reads: “Niko Fischer repeatedly tested positive for alcohol during routine traffic stops.”
”Are you nervous?”
Niko: “Medical Psychological Assessment.”
”An idiot’s test?”
Psychologist: “Right, and idiot’s test.”
”And who do you think is the idiot here: you or me?“
Niko: “Because I was an idiot.”
Psychologist: “So last time they pulled you over with a 0.07%.”
”Are you gay. Do you have an inferiority complex because you’re so short? Mr. Fischer, are you an alcoholic because you’re so teeny weeny?”
Niko: ”I’m not an alcoholic.”
Psychologist: “So drinking automatically means alcohol to you, right?”
”I’m a psychologist, not a verbal acrobat.”
”You appear emotionally unstable, and your current situation suggests a possible relapse.” (0:05)

Neighbor Karl: “I’m crazy about football.” (0:15)

Niko tells Julika, “Crazy!”
Julika: “Insane!”
”You cry all night long, you harm yourself. Once I even tried to kill myself.” (0:21)

Actor Phillip tells Niko and taxi driver Matze, “It’s total catharsis...” (0:28)

Phillip tells Niko, “People went nuts...” (0:29)

Art director Ralf tells Matze, “Or some other government funded mental institution.” (0:57)

Art performer Julika asks street punk Ronny, “You were born an alcoholic because you mom couldn’t stay off the booze during her pregnancy.” (1:01)

Julika tells Niko, ”Get out fast, or I’ll get hysterical.” (1:06)

A nurse tells Niko that Friedrich, the man who told him his story in the bar, has died. (1:19)