The Saragossa Manuscript (1965)
Zbigniew Cybulski: Alfonse Van Worden
Alfonse Van Worden : I must have been put to sleep with a potion and taken to the gallows.
Donna Rebecca Uzeda : Then you got under the Zota brothers' gallows?
Donna Rebecca Uzeda : And found them both hanged?
Alfonse Van Worden : Do they, by chance, have the habit of coming down?
Donna Rebecca Uzeda : Very often, usually at night.
Don Pedro Velasquez : We are like blind men lost in the streets of a big city. The streets lead to a goal, but we often return to the same places to get to where we want to be. I can see a few little streets here which, as it is now, are going nowhere. New combinations have to be arranged, then the whole will be clear, because one man cannot invent something that another cannot solve.
Alfonse Van Worden : I no longer follow.