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Enemy at the Gates Quotes

Enemy at the Gates is a television program that first aired in 1970 . Enemy at the Gates completed its run in 1970.

It features Jean-Jacques Annaud as producer, James Horner in charge of musical score, and Robert Fraisse (cinematographer) as head of cinematography.

Enemy at the Gates is recorded in English and originally aired in United States. Each episode of Enemy at the Gates is 128 minutes long. Enemy at the Gates is distributed by Paramount Pictures (United States).

The cast includes: Joseph Fiennes as Commisar Danilov, Bob Hoskins as Nikita Khrushchev, Joseph Fiennes as Danilov, Jude Law as Vassili Zaitsev, Rachel Weisz as Tania Chernova, Bob Hoskins as Nikita Khruschev, Ron Perlman as Koulikov, Mikhail Matveyev as Grandfather, Eva Mattes as Mother Filipov, and Jude Law as Vasilli.

Enemy at the Gates Quotes

Rachel Weisz as Tania Chernova

  • (Rachel Weisz) "I knew you weren't dead."
  • (Jude Law) "How?"
  • (Rachel Weisz) "Because we've only just met. I prayed for the first time since I was a little girl. When I opened my eyes Sacha was standing there waiting to give me the good news. I think he loves you even more than I do."

Jude Law as Vassili Zaitsev

  • (Jude Law) "That's me."
  • (Jude Law) ""Vassili Zaitsev." That's me."
  • (Joseph Fiennes) "No, you're not dreaming. It's your name. We made the front page. They haven't changed a word. Do you have any idea what this means? It's not the back page. It's not the second page. It's the front page."
  • (Jude Law) "The front page."
  • (Joseph Fiennes) "They're going to reprint our article everywhere, in the Caucasus, in the Crimea -- even in the Urals."
  • (Joseph Fiennes) "Tomorrow morning, Stalin himself will be sitting over breakfast, reading my words, memorizing your name. We're famous, Vassili. Khrushchev loved the article. He's promoted me to the General Staff -- and you -- to sniper division."
  • (Jude Law) "Well, that's good."
  • (Joseph Fiennes) "It's very good."
  • (Jude Law) "It's very good. It's great."
  • (Joseph Fiennes) "It's very great."
  • (Jude Law) "It's great."
  • (Joseph Fiennes) "It's great."
  • (Jude Law) "It's great."
  • (Joseph Fiennes) "For both of us, because we did it together."
  • (Joseph Fiennes) "Together. Although, admittedly, I did all the hard work."
  • (Jude Law) "Oh, yeah?"
  • (Joseph Fiennes) "You know, you're very lucky I can't fight back."
  • (Jude Law) "Why's that?"
  • (Joseph Fiennes) "Because Khrushchev told me to make sure that nothing happens to you. You're too important."
  • (Jude Law) "I'm too valuable."
  • (Joseph Fiennes) "Yes. Careful of my; careful of my glasses, please. They're new."
  • (Jude Law) "Sorry, sir."
  • (Joseph Fiennes) "I'm sorr;"
  • (Joseph Fiennes) "I'm famous."
  • (Jude Law) "I'm famous."
  • (Joseph Fiennes) "We're famous."
  • (Jude Law) "I'm famous."
  • (Joseph Fiennes) "We're famous."
  • (Jude Law) "We're famous."
  • (Jude Law) "Shouldn't we try and make the point that I'm not the only one fighting?"
  • (Joseph Fiennes) "That's an excellent idea. We can take it even further though. Your battle for the production of coal is as worthy as mine. There's no 'k' in coal. Just one 'l'. Tell me if I'm going too fast."
  • (Jude Law) "No, you're not going too fast. Is there any other improvements?"
  • (Eva Mattes) "Why don't you get some rest? These letters can wait until tomorrow."
  • (Jude Law) "We should carry on. We're not tired. Thank you, Mrs. Filipov. These people took the trouble to write to us. Tomorrow we might not be around to write back."
  • (Jude Law) "In the forest, the wolf lives for three years and the donkey for nine."
  • (Rachel Weisz) "That must be a proverb from the Urals. It makes no sense to me."
  • (Jude Law) "The donkey lives longer because he's more useful."
  • (Rachel Weisz) "There aren't any donkeys in the forest. You made it up."
  • (Jude Law) "On the train -- coming here -- we were in the same car."
  • (Rachel Weisz) "No --"
  • (Jude Law) "I saw you. You were reading and you fell asleep. Oh, I didn't dare look at you, you were so beautiful. It was scary. Afterwards, I couldn't stop thinking about you. It made me smile. And then I thought of all the men who would get to hold you, who would make you laugh -- how lucky they were. And now I'm the one lying next to you."
  • (Jude Law) "He doesn't know you exist, but at that moment you're closer to him than anyone else on earth. You see his face through the sign. You see whether he shaved or not. You can see whether he's married if he's got a wedding ring. It's not like firing at a distant shape. It's not just a uniform. It's a man's face. Those faces don't go away. They come back and they get replaced by more faces."
  • (Jude Law) "Sad to have a dream you know won't happen."
  • (Jude Law) "He shot him on the run. It was an impossible shot."
  • (Joseph Fiennes) "Vassili --"
  • (Jude Law) "You've promised people a victory I can't deliver. I don't stand a chance against this man."
  • (Jude Law) "Autumn, 1942. Europe lies crushed beneath the Nazi jackboot. The German Third Reich is at the height of its power. Hitler's Armies are charging through the heart of the Soviet Union towards the oil fields of Asia. One last obstacle remains, a city on the Volga, where the fate of the world is being decided; Stalingrad."
  • (Jude Law) "Tania, no."
  • (Rachel Weisz) "No, get off me. Get off me."
  • (Jude Law) "It's what he wants. This is what he wants."
  • (Rachel Weisz) "Get off me. Let me go."
  • (Jude Law) "No. He'll kill you. He'll kill you and then I'll run after you and he'll kill me too. This is what he wants. I'll get him. I promise I'll get him. I'll get his rifle for you. I promise, Tania."

Bob Hoskins as Nikita Khrushchev

  • (Bob Hoskins) "Vodka is a luxury we have. Caviar is a luxury we have. Time is not."
  • (Bob Hoskins) "You won't give up the river bank. I don't care if you lost half your men. Lose the other half. Lose yourself."
  • (Unnamed) "Vassily."
  • (Bob Hoskins) "Come to my hand."
  • (Unnamed) "Did you come to volunteer?"
  • (Bob Hoskins) "Put you cap back on you. You'll look more heroic."
  • (Unnamed) "Comrade Zaytsev."
  • (Bob Hoskins) "I love this little fella."
  • (Unnamed) "Vassily. Was it true that you volunteered for the front?"
  • (Unnamed) "Vassily. How old are you, Vassily?"
  • (Unnamed) "You know what this true mean for our country?"
  • (Unnamed) "Is it true that you killed the first wolf when you were 5?"
  • (Unnamed) "Tell us how many fascists have you killed today."
  • (Bob Hoskins) "It's a sign that the Germans are starting to s*** their pants."
  • (Unnamed) "Tell us how are you going to deal with it."
  • (Jude Law) "Eh, I --"
  • (Bob Hoskins) "Oh, enough. No --"
  • (Unnamed) "One more question --"
  • (Bob Hoskins) "Take him to the Boss. He likes good hunting stories."
  • (Bob Hoskins) "Look at him with pride. 'Cause Stalin's looking at you. The whole country is looking at you."
  • (Bob Hoskins) "I have to report this to the Boss."
  • (Bob Hoskins) "Perhaps you'd prefer to avoid the red tape."
  • (Bob Hoskins) "Write it then; "Vasilli Zaitsev is not dead. This is what he had for breakfast this morning, here's a picture of him reading today's newspaper." You're the poet."
  • (Bob Hoskins) "Look at him with pride, because he's looking at you. The whole country is looking at you."

Joseph Fiennes as Danilov

  • (Joseph Fiennes) "Do you know how to shoot?"
  • (Jude Law) "A little."
  • (Joseph Fiennes) "I've been such a fool, Vassili. Man will always be a man. There is no new man. We tried so hard to create a society that was equal, where there'd be nothing to envy your neighbour. But there's always something to envy. A smile, a friendship, something you don't have and want to appropriate. In this world, even a Soviet one, there will always be rich and poor. Rich in gifts, poor in gifts. Rich in love, poor in love."
  • (Joseph Fiennes) "I want to help you, Vassili. Let me do one last thing, something useful for a change."
  • (Joseph Fiennes) "Let me show you where the Major is."
  • (Joseph Fiennes) "Where have you been? We've been looking all over for you."
  • (Jude Law) "Oh, did you hear? I was dead. At least, Noble Sniper Zeitsev, Vassili was dead."

Ron Perlman as Koulikov

  • (Ron Perlman) "You see, they're stubborn. That's the good thing about the Germans. Man, you got to admin, when they get an idea in their heads --"
  • (Ron Perlman) "Nobody gives a s*** about the telephone guys. I mean it's like us with the Ukrainians."
  • (Ron Perlman) "Son of a bitch. These are new pants. I just took them off a captain from the 251st yesterday."

Mikhail Matveyev as Grandfather

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