“It is nice to be able not to understand – if you don’t want to. Often people have asked me questions that I did not want to answer, so I did not understand them. Is it all right to do that, or am I being bad?” — Camilla Horn
Faust (1926). With Emil Jannings.
“When I first come from Germany, big crowd from newspapers meet me, and I cannot speak English. So they look at me and I see on their face what they think: ‘Ach! This Camilla Horn – she is dumb!'” — Camilla Horn
Source: Winifred Reeve (1929)