The American Friend
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Jonathan Zimmermann: I don't like people who buy paintings as an investment.
Tom Ripley: Well, you count me out.
Jonathan Zimmermann: No. I count you in.

Tom Ripley: I like this room. It's got a good feel to it. It's quiet and peaceful. Just like you. I envy you. The smell of paint and wood. Must be good to work here. Then when you finish something, you can see what you've done.
Jonathan Zimmermann: It's not that easy. Not that safe and easy. What do you make?
Tom Ripley: I make money. And I travel a lot. I'm bringing the Beatles back to Hamburg.

Tom Ripley: Even this river - this river reminds me of another river.

Derwatt: Do you wear that hat in Hamburg?
Tom Ripley: What's wrong with a cowboy in Hamburg?

Tom Ripley: I would like to be your friend. But friendship isn't possible.
Jonathan Zimmermann: That makes me feel very comfortable.

Visible crew/equipment: After Bruno Ganz shoots the man in the train station he walks out onto an open-air concourse. In the overhead shot facing him, we can see the strip of duct-tape on the ground marking the spot where he is supposed to stand.

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