Peter Strelzyk:I know the S.S.D. was on its way. We still haven't got the material. Yesterday five yards, today nothing.
Doris Strelzyk:Could you make the balloon smaller?
Peter Strelzyk:Yes we could. But, it wouldn't carry eight people.
Günter Wetzel:People have always laughed at the great ideas.
Doris Strelzyk:You want us to climb into a balloon and float away to West Germany?
Petra Wetzel:Come on. It isn't funny to make jokes about going to the West.
Doris Strelzyk:They're not joking.
Ziegler:Do you think they'll make another attempt?
Major Koerner:They will.
Günter Wetzel:I'm not gonna be a delivery boy all my life. I'm a mechanic. Damn good one and I've got a right to prove it.
Petra Wetzel:There are other ways. Helicopters fly people out of Czechoslovakia.
Günter Wetzel:[laughs]How are we gonna get into Czechoslovakia? Sneak across that border with two little children? And even if we did, we don't have the money. They're charging ten, twelve thousand a ride.
Petra Wetzel:You really think we can do it?
Günter Wetzel:I know we can. We have to. The police are gonna find the Strelzyks and when they do, we're locked into it.
Peter Strelzyk:We did it! We all did it!
Peter Strelzyk:Are we in the West?
Police Officer:Of course you are.