Peter: I don't believe that. Surely they've got to be concerned? (to Daphne) Thank you, darling. That was excellent.
Jens: Mm …yes.
Maria: Thank you.
Daphne: Thank you.
JENS: Of course they're concerned. They need their votes.
DAPHNE: Would everybody like coffee?
MARIA: Yes, please. Can I help you?
DAPHNE: No, no need.
PETER: Jens? Coffee?
JENS: Thank you. Do you have any decaffeinated?
PETER: I'm sure we have. Daphne?
JENS: I think a lot of young people aren't interested in politics.
PETER: You're probably right. But whose fault is that?
Jens: I don't know. The politicians,mainly.
Peter: Well, I don't think anything's changed. I'm sure I wasn't interested in politics when I was twenty.
JENS: What about elections? Do young people vote?
PETER: I've no idea. I imagine most of them are pretty disillusioned.
MARIA: Excuse me. I'll see if your wife needs any help.
PETER: I think a lot of the problem is the image that the politicians have in the media….