Judgment at Nuremberg

- I'm sorry I'm late.
- That's all right.

I was doing some work
for the rebuilding committee.

And I brought you some folders,
so we can decide what you should see next.

There's the Albrecht Dürer house,
and the museum.

When do you think you could make it?
Would you like to order now?
What would you like?
Can I help you with the menu?

No. I don't think I'll have anything.
Thank you.

A glass of Moselle for me, please.
The same.
What's the matter?
Nothing. I'm just not hungry, that's all.
The last few days
have meant a great deal to me.

I don't think you realize
what a provincial man I really am.

I've been abroad
just exactly once before this...

and that was when I was a doughboy
in WWI.

I used to pass places like this
and wonder what they were like.

- They've meant a great deal to me, too.
- How?

They gave me back the feeling
I had of the Americans.

The feeling I used to have
when I was in your country.

- Too bad this isn't a magazine story.
- Why?

If it were a magazine story,
two people like us, the rapidly aging jurist...

The rapidly aging jurist
and the beautiful widow...