That's what the old woman who'd survived a concentration camp cried aloud when she saw her Nazi captor and tormentor (played by Sir Laurence Olivier) on the street in the movie "Marathon Man."
It's a chilling moment, and it's what I instantly thought of when five of the Americans held hostage in Iran in the late '70s recognized Iran's new president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, as one of their captors.
You cannot forget a face first seen in such circumstances, and age cannot disguise it. And seeing it again, even after 25 years, is a deep shock; a traumatic flashback. Speaking rationally, the former hostages say they cannot be sure it's the same man. But emotionally, they are agitated. As former hostage Donald Sharer talks about it on "Hardball" tonight, his voice shakes. Paul Lewis's, too.