Berlin Syndrome Quotes

Melanie Joosten
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When she had asked where the strawberries were from, he had not wanted to disappoint her.
-- Narrator from Andi's Perspective (Part 1)

Importance: Andi thinks this as he thinks about how lucky he was that Claire liked strawberries and admits that they ones he offered her came from the grocery story and not his grandmother's garden. The quote foreshadows the fact that thier relationship is based on delusion and Andi has to ability to lie and trick Clare.

I don't want to see her.
-- Andi (Part 1)

Importance: Andi says this to his father when his father says that his mother would like to see him. The quote foreshadows the fact that Andi has issues with his mother and the fact that these issues are the root towards his treatment of Clare.

Who could argue with being wanted?
-- The Narrator from the Respective of Clare (Part 1)

Importance: Clare thinks this when Andi tries to get her to stay with him instead of going to Dresden. The quote shows that some...

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