Maria Altmann: Restitution-the return of something to its original state... At the very least, we should be reunited with what is rightfully ours.
Woman in Crowd: I would like to return to my original state.
Maria Altmann: My sister, Louise-I truly loved her, but truth is, we were always competitive. If life is a race, you beat me to the finish. But if life is a boxing match, I'm the last one standing.
Maria Altmann: I have decided to allow the paintings to remain on display... if you agree to admit they were obtained illegally.
Maria Altmann: Randy, can't you drive a little faster. Look, the chocolate on your donut is melting.
Maria Altmann: I don't know if I have the strength to deal with these people, and I've only been here a day.
Maria Altmann: When people see the famous portrait, they see a masterpiece by one of Austria's finest artist. But, I see a picture of my Aunt. A woman who talked to me about life, while I brushed her hair in her bedroom.
Maria Altmann: We did everything we could and that's what matters. The past is the past and now we must let it go.
Maria Altmann: My sister finally moves in with me. The problem is, she finally decides to do it when she's dead.
Maria Altmann: They'll never admit to what they did, because if they admit to one thing, they'll have to admit to it all.
Randol Schoenberg: We recommend opening the can and exacting the little worm with a pair of tweezers and shutting the can as quickly as possible.
Gustav Bloch-Bauer: And now... as you go... I ask you only one thing... my liebling.
Young Maria Altmann: What is it, papa?
Gustav Bloch-Bauer: Remember us.