In The Darjeeling Limited, there are two German ladies having a frantic conversation on the train that serves to distract the protagonists. What are they saying? A link to a detailed transcript would be ideal. I looked but couldn't find one.

It happens roughly from 10:20 to 11:20

  • Can you share a timeline around when did the German ladies appear in the movie? That will be helpful in finding it in a script.
    – Spectra
    Feb 17 at 7:52
  • Nah I couldn't find it in a script either.
    – Spectra
    Feb 17 at 8:42
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    @Spectra The IMDb thing you cited was more than I was anticipating getting so it'll probably do. So thank you.
    – Lord Ratte
    Feb 17 at 9:21

According to the IMDb:

What are the German ladies arguing about?
Something about that they should have two set of keys for each. The other answers "That's quite easy." The scene then returns to the brothers. As their voices get louder, one lady is telling the other that her memory is bad, and the other lady responds that the first lady is the one who doesn't hear well, that she uses a hearing apparatus, and then something about how 'naturally that's what i said'. It's a bit hard to piece together. In the part where they whisper to each other when the brothers take out all their medications, they are saying, "Did you see what they have on the table?"

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