After the screening, when Prokosch says, “What do you think?” and Fritz Lang says, “of the girl or of him?” Here Lang stands in for us, the audience, and he is basically asking, “With which character do you most identify, sympathize, despise?”  I suppose some viewers might say neither, or both.  I think it’s great when he says, “Why don’t you say something?” and she says, “I have nothing to say.” This is the whole point. Does she really not have anything to say? Or does she just not want to say it? It’s a perfect line because the entire unlove story revolves around what she is thinking, and we not only don’t know what she’s thinking, but we don’t even know if she knows what she’s thinking. It’s brilliant.