Abbie Hoffman: There were a series of changes and great confusion and agony, the crack-ups on the run I describe.
Jean-Luc Godard: Yes. That’s right. But it was utopian because we were too young to see what was really going on.
Hoffman: "Your little peaceful scene that you built here, your home, is going to be destroyed." It’s time.
Godard: Inside, I’m very much in communication with a lot of people and things who absolutely don’t know I’m in communication with them. [Chuckles]
Hoffman: For all I know that's happened already.
Godard: The only thing we can do from time to time is to be modest enough to honor this power once more.
Hoffman: Yes, of course. It's a beneficial stimulant if used correctly.
Godard: We have to eat when we can each day.
Hoffman: You think 17-year olds give a shit?
Godard: Oh, completely.
Hoffman: How did you feel when your mother opened the bathroom door while you were masturbating?
Godard: There was a fight.
Hoffman: You can't exhale forever. Did you ever try to do that?
Godard: No. It has to have something to do with me, but I don’t know what exactly.
Hoffman: Everyone is such an egomaniac under capitalism.