Hawking (2004 TV Movie)
Stephen Hawking: We are very very small. But we are profoundly capable of very very big things.
Stephen Hawking: What about the brain, I mean the brain itself?
Dr. John Holloway: Untouched. The brain is left untouched.
Stephen Hawking: Can you hear me? Can you hear me? Can you hear me?
Stephen Hawking: I believe in the possible. I believe small though we are, insignificant we may be, we can reach a full understanding of the universe. You were right, when you said you felt small looking up at all that out there. We are very, very small, but we are profoundly capable of very, very big things.
Caius Bursar: It's the same rule for everyone at Caius. No special treatment when it comes to housing.
Stephen Hawking: I'm not like all the rest.
Caius Bursar: That's what they all say.
Jane Wilde: You listen to me, and you listen very carefully. This man cannot walk upstairs. His illness won't allow it and his illness will get worse. He needs housing with easy access. And you are going to find it for him, because if you don't, all the newspapers will hear about how the bursar of this college treats a man of huge courage - brilliant mind and the capacity to imagine faith like a... piece of nothing! Do you understand me? And he's going to be my husband.