Pan's Labyrinth (2006)
Sergi López: Vidal
Capitán Vidal : I'll make you a deal. If you can count to three without st-t-uttering you can go. Don't look at him, look at me. Above me there is no one. Garces!
Garcés : Yes Captain?
Capitán Vidal : If I say this asshole can leave, would anybody here contradict me?
Garcés : No one, Captain. He can leave.
Capitán Vidal : There you have it. Count to three.
El Tarta : One...
Capitán Vidal : Good.
El Tarta : Two...
Garcés : Good - one more and you're free.
El Tarta : T-t-t-t-t...
Capitán Vidal : Shame.
Mayor : Have I told you that I was acquainted with your father, Captain?
Capitán Vidal : No. I had no idea.
Mayor : In Morocco. I knew him only briefly, but he left a great impression.
Capitán Vidal : An excellent soldier.
Mayor : The men in his battalion said that when General Vidal died on the battlefield, he smashed his watch on a rock so that his son would know the exact hour and minute of his death. So he would know how a brave man dies.
Capitán Vidal : Nonsense. He didn't own a watch.
Capitán Vidal : Damn this cigarette is good! Real tobacco - hard to find.
El Tarta : G-g-g-go to hell.
Capitán Vidal : Damn, Garces. We catch one and he turns out to be a stutterer. We'll be here all night.
Garcés : As long as he talks.
Capitán Vidal : Garces is right. You'd do better to tell us everything. But to make sure it happens, I brought along a few tools. Just things you pick up along the way. At first I won't be able to trust you, but after I use this, you'll own up to a few things. When we get to these we'll have developed a... how can I put this? A closer bond, much like brothers. You'll see. And when we get to this one, I'll believe anything you tell me.
Capitán Vidal : I choose to be here because I want my son to be born in a new, clean Spain.