Daniel’s Military School
When Max’s nephew Daniel suffers a breakdown, he believes something sinister is to blame. Looking for answers, Max asks Oskar to join him on a trip to Daniel’s military school.
- How is he?
- He's lucky, wounds weren't too deep.
- I don't understand.
What would make him do something like that to himself?
- Well done, Max.
That accident could've been a great deal worse.
- Wasn't an accident.
- Don't be ridiculous.
- Won't help Daniel to pretend that it was.
I've seen cases of self-harm before.
- [Mama] Don't talk like that, he's not a patient.
- He's deeply disturbed, Mama.
No use in pretending otherwise.
- Oh my God.
- They came to live with us in Vienna
when Daniel's father died.
He was a soldier, killed in action.
So Daniel was brought up in Austria.
My sister decided to send him
to Saint Florience, the military academy.
I would like you to come to the school with me.
(dramatic music) (carriage rattling)
What is it?
- What do they call it?
The happiest days of your life.