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These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:02,000 --> 00:00:07,000 Downloaded from YTS.MX 2 00:00:08,000 --> 00:00:13,000 Official YIFY movies site: YTS.MX 3 00:00:51,852 --> 00:00:53,254 (SHOT FIRES) 4 00:00:53,287 --> 00:00:54,822 (KIDS SHOUTING) 5 00:01:34,295 --> 00:01:36,297 (INAUDIBLE) 6 00:02:02,790 --> 00:02:06,160 WOMAN: No one in need who has ever approached you, 7 00:02:06,194 --> 00:02:11,865 the generous citizens of Lake Forest, Illinois, has ever been refused. 8 00:02:11,899 --> 00:02:14,868 Therefore, although the United States 9 00:02:14,902 --> 00:02:17,271 has not yet entered the war in Europe, 10 00:02:17,305 --> 00:02:21,509 we, of the American Ambulance Service have continued to donate 11 00:02:21,542 --> 00:02:23,577 men, women and equipment 12 00:02:23,611 --> 00:02:27,848 to aid our unfortunate wounded French and British friends. 13 00:02:27,881 --> 00:02:33,020 Now, I want to thank this year's graduating class of Lake Forest College 14 00:02:33,053 --> 00:02:35,523 for this badly needed vehicle. 15 00:02:35,556 --> 00:02:41,562 But more important, I want to thank the two brave members of that class 16 00:02:41,595 --> 00:02:47,701 who have volunteered to accompany the ambulance overseas as drivers! 17 00:02:47,735 --> 00:02:49,337 Mr. Gray Maturin. 18 00:02:49,370 --> 00:02:51,205 Hey, that's my boy! 19 00:02:51,239 --> 00:02:53,474 Thanks, Pop. 20 00:02:53,507 --> 00:02:56,076 And Mr. Larry Darrell. 21 00:02:56,109 --> 00:03:00,113 Now, in order to raise funds for this noble cause, 22 00:03:00,147 --> 00:03:06,287 Mr. Maturin is going to give demonstration rides around the village green 23 00:03:06,320 --> 00:03:09,457 for the small donation of five cents a person. 24 00:03:09,490 --> 00:03:11,892 The line forms to the right. 25 00:03:11,925 --> 00:03:14,127 You're first, ladies. Go on. 26 00:03:14,161 --> 00:03:17,965 I do wish Mr. Darrell had made his appearance. 27 00:03:17,998 --> 00:03:20,434 I assure you, Madam, 28 00:03:20,468 --> 00:03:25,673 whatever Mr. Darrell is doing, he's servicing the needs of your fine organization. 29 00:03:29,977 --> 00:03:32,112 I'm going to take this whiskey, okay? 30 00:03:32,145 --> 00:03:34,315 Got it. 31 00:03:34,348 --> 00:03:39,687 Oh, aren't you the cutest little hat-rack I've ever seen! 32 00:03:49,463 --> 00:03:51,465 And don't scratch that pretty face. 33 00:04:09,750 --> 00:04:11,385 Kisses, one dollar? Uh-huh. 34 00:04:11,419 --> 00:04:13,421 I sure will, Ma'am. There you are. 35 00:04:14,522 --> 00:04:15,989 One dollar. 36 00:04:18,359 --> 00:04:20,461 It's amazing, isn't it? 37 00:04:21,795 --> 00:04:24,365 I seem to have left my money in my other uniform. 38 00:04:24,398 --> 00:04:25,633 You mean your boy scout uniform? 39 00:04:25,666 --> 00:04:29,036 Well, I just take what I want. 40 00:04:29,069 --> 00:04:31,038 (ISABEL SCREAMS) 41 00:04:31,071 --> 00:04:32,873 (MUFFLED SCREAMING) 42 00:04:39,547 --> 00:04:40,948 Oh, you're getting heavy! 43 00:04:40,981 --> 00:04:42,316 (LAUGHS) 44 00:04:42,350 --> 00:04:43,784 That hurt! 45 00:04:46,620 --> 00:04:48,989 Mm, it's nice working for free. 46 00:04:50,791 --> 00:04:51,925 Go on. 47 00:04:54,094 --> 00:04:56,063 Jump in. 48 00:04:56,096 --> 00:04:58,932 Larry, look, I'm supposed to be doing my patriotic duty. 49 00:04:58,966 --> 00:05:02,970 Come on, your patriotic duty on my last night in town is to leave me unable to walk! 50 00:05:03,003 --> 00:05:05,373 Come on. (LAUGHS) Oh, no, no, no, no. 51 00:05:06,574 --> 00:05:08,041 First, the wedding, then the honeymoon. 52 00:05:08,075 --> 00:05:10,544 Yeah, do it the other way around 53 00:05:10,578 --> 00:05:13,481 and you end up like Bob and Sophie stuck in that dumb, old apartment. 54 00:05:13,514 --> 00:05:15,282 I like their place. 55 00:05:15,315 --> 00:05:17,150 How do you think they're going to like it when the baby comes? 56 00:05:17,184 --> 00:05:19,687 I don't know. No charge to boys in uniform. 57 00:05:20,921 --> 00:05:22,222 (BELL DINGS) 58 00:05:22,255 --> 00:05:23,657 Oh, well done! Very good. 59 00:05:25,626 --> 00:05:27,495 Our baby's going to have its own room and a nanny. 60 00:05:27,528 --> 00:05:29,897 Oh, come on, why don't you talk to Gray about getting married, huh? 61 00:05:29,930 --> 00:05:31,432 He's got a million bucks to play with. 62 00:05:31,465 --> 00:05:32,833 He'll go for that nanny stuff. 63 00:05:32,866 --> 00:05:34,668 Hey, look, I don't want a million bucks, 64 00:05:34,702 --> 00:05:36,336 I just want you. 65 00:05:36,370 --> 00:05:38,739 And half a million bucks. 66 00:05:38,772 --> 00:05:45,178 This is the singly most disgusting concoction in the culinary annals. 67 00:05:45,212 --> 00:05:47,781 Well, that didn't stop you eating a dozen of them 68 00:05:47,815 --> 00:05:51,485 every 4th July when you were a boy. 69 00:05:51,519 --> 00:05:53,854 Well, this quaint little village may have been the place of my birth, 70 00:05:53,887 --> 00:05:56,223 but after 15 years in Paris, 71 00:05:56,256 --> 00:06:00,360 I have come to regard that as a most unfortunate accident of genetics. 72 00:06:00,394 --> 00:06:05,466 (LAUGHS) Oh, Elliot, you are the biggest snob in the world! 73 00:06:05,499 --> 00:06:07,100 I sincerely hope so. 74 00:06:08,536 --> 00:06:10,404 Nice looking dog you've got there, huh? 75 00:06:10,438 --> 00:06:15,208 Oh, how I envy you, young man, after Paris, the city of light. 76 00:06:15,242 --> 00:06:17,545 You know, I really ought to provide you with a few introductions. 77 00:06:17,578 --> 00:06:20,213 I could put you in touch with some of the most elite members 78 00:06:20,247 --> 00:06:23,016 of the European aristocracy while you're there. 79 00:06:23,050 --> 00:06:25,553 Sophie! Bob! Where you guys been? 80 00:06:25,586 --> 00:06:27,821 Oh, Bob had to work. 81 00:06:27,855 --> 00:06:30,057 On a holiday? Gee, what a shame. 82 00:06:30,090 --> 00:06:33,360 Yeah, I almost missed seeing you and Gray off, they kept me late. 83 00:06:33,393 --> 00:06:38,632 Well, you're late but not too late to come with us, Bobby, boy! 84 00:06:38,666 --> 00:06:41,334 Put him down, he's a daddy! He's not going anywhere! 85 00:06:41,368 --> 00:06:44,071 Well, can Bob go away on the ambulance with us, then? 86 00:06:44,104 --> 00:06:45,473 No. 87 00:07:26,547 --> 00:07:28,048 Soph, what? 88 00:07:30,283 --> 00:07:34,187 Here, I had these printed out for you. 89 00:07:37,390 --> 00:07:38,892 Your poems. 90 00:07:40,427 --> 00:07:42,630 Well, this is great. 91 00:07:42,663 --> 00:07:45,533 Now I'll have something to read to the guys in the trenches at night. 92 00:07:45,566 --> 00:07:47,501 (CHUCKLES) 93 00:07:47,535 --> 00:07:49,302 You used to like them. 94 00:07:49,336 --> 00:07:51,138 Well, they're good. 95 00:07:52,506 --> 00:07:54,675 I always liked the poet. 96 00:08:03,416 --> 00:08:04,885 I'm gonna miss you. 97 00:08:06,887 --> 00:08:09,222 You know, when we were kids, 98 00:08:09,256 --> 00:08:13,694 I was always terrified you were the guy I was going to have to marry. 99 00:08:17,965 --> 00:08:20,467 But you just couldn't control yourself, could you? 100 00:08:20,500 --> 00:08:21,935 (LAUGHS) 101 00:08:21,969 --> 00:08:25,739 "Oh, Bob, oh, Bob, Bob, don't. 102 00:08:25,773 --> 00:08:29,777 "Oh, Bob, don't stop whatever you do, 103 00:08:29,810 --> 00:08:31,478 "Bob, don't! 104 00:08:31,511 --> 00:08:32,980 "Oh, Bob." 105 00:08:36,183 --> 00:08:38,586 (SIREN BLOWING) 106 00:08:38,619 --> 00:08:42,089 Larry, Sophie, come on, the fireworks are going to start! 107 00:08:47,595 --> 00:08:49,429 Oh, can you hold this? Sure. 108 00:08:49,462 --> 00:08:50,798 Thanks. 109 00:08:53,634 --> 00:08:55,402 Thanks, Gray. 110 00:08:55,435 --> 00:08:56,704 (WHISTLES) 111 00:08:58,606 --> 00:09:00,273 Here, buddy. Thank you. 112 00:09:05,478 --> 00:09:07,080 (ALL EXCLAIMING) 113 00:09:08,749 --> 00:09:10,150 (ALL CHEERING) 114 00:10:12,680 --> 00:10:14,014 Oye! 115 00:10:15,182 --> 00:10:16,850 Is this Ambulance Field Headquarters? 116 00:10:20,420 --> 00:10:21,655 Chicago! 117 00:10:22,690 --> 00:10:25,458 I know people in Chicago. 118 00:10:25,492 --> 00:10:28,361 Jeez, you must be the guys from Chicago. 119 00:10:30,864 --> 00:10:32,700 Piedmont! 120 00:10:32,733 --> 00:10:35,368 Fresh meat! 121 00:10:41,041 --> 00:10:43,110 Fit them out, Malcolm. 122 00:10:45,512 --> 00:10:47,848 I'm Piedmont. 123 00:10:47,881 --> 00:10:49,649 I'm your leader. 124 00:10:49,683 --> 00:10:51,184 That's Malcolm. 125 00:10:51,218 --> 00:10:53,887 He's what's left of my followers. 126 00:10:55,155 --> 00:10:58,558 We put three heaps to a squad. 127 00:10:58,591 --> 00:11:01,428 There'll be you, some dogmeat from Harvard 128 00:11:01,461 --> 00:11:03,997 and our rig when it gets ready. 129 00:11:09,202 --> 00:11:11,739 (MALCOLM SHOUTING IN FRENCH) 130 00:11:15,142 --> 00:11:17,845 What the hell's the gun for? America's not in the war. 131 00:11:17,878 --> 00:11:21,214 Well, yes and no. 132 00:11:21,248 --> 00:11:23,383 We don't get to kill anybody, but they can kill us. 133 00:11:25,352 --> 00:11:28,155 There's a big push on tomorrow at Mons. 134 00:11:28,188 --> 00:11:30,924 We leave the minute this Harvard heap arrives. 135 00:11:33,560 --> 00:11:34,962 (HONKING) 136 00:11:57,050 --> 00:12:00,420 Mr. Piedmont, I presume? 137 00:12:02,122 --> 00:12:05,826 Doug Van Allen and Brian Ryan, Harvard, '17. 138 00:12:05,859 --> 00:12:07,327 You must be Chicago. 139 00:12:07,360 --> 00:12:09,196 Lake Forest, actually. 140 00:12:09,229 --> 00:12:10,898 Doug Van Allen. Larry Darrell. 141 00:12:10,931 --> 00:12:12,665 Gray Maturin. Brian Ryan. 142 00:12:12,699 --> 00:12:15,202 DOUG: How do you do? LARRY: Larry Darrell. 143 00:12:15,235 --> 00:12:17,437 No trouble clearing this off the boat train? 144 00:12:17,470 --> 00:12:19,873 None, sir. Isn't she beautiful? 145 00:12:19,907 --> 00:12:21,674 Swellegant. 146 00:12:21,708 --> 00:12:23,276 Hi, meat. 147 00:12:23,310 --> 00:12:26,213 That paint job's gonna make a great target. 148 00:12:26,246 --> 00:12:28,949 Not the way we drive. Doug and I did 149 00:12:28,982 --> 00:12:30,884 the six-mile course at Harvard in six and a half. 150 00:12:30,918 --> 00:12:32,352 Is that right? 151 00:12:35,055 --> 00:12:37,057 Huh, six and a half. 152 00:12:39,226 --> 00:12:41,995 Piedmont and I did it at Yale in six flat. 153 00:12:52,605 --> 00:12:55,475 Okay, for now, I'll ride with Darrell, Malcolm, you take Gray meat. 154 00:12:56,944 --> 00:12:59,279 You two follow in Moby Dick. Let's move! 155 00:13:33,981 --> 00:13:36,416 What is this foul stuff? 156 00:13:36,449 --> 00:13:38,551 Well, this definitely isn't chicken. 157 00:13:38,585 --> 00:13:41,188 Oh, it's chicken. Head, skin and feet. 158 00:13:41,221 --> 00:13:44,391 Hey, Chicago, why don't you finish this potted shrimp. 159 00:13:44,424 --> 00:13:45,558 You betcha. 160 00:13:48,996 --> 00:13:50,263 Thanks. 161 00:13:53,800 --> 00:13:55,969 Shrimp? Yes. 162 00:13:56,003 --> 00:13:57,470 Shrimp? 163 00:14:26,967 --> 00:14:29,102 God, what a car. 164 00:14:29,136 --> 00:14:31,038 Thanks, Piedmont. 165 00:14:33,306 --> 00:14:36,009 Goddamn it! Are you crazy? 166 00:14:36,043 --> 00:14:37,945 You can't have headlights. 167 00:14:37,978 --> 00:14:41,048 The heinies catch a flash of those headlights, you guys are dead meat. 168 00:14:41,081 --> 00:14:42,582 Goddamn it, you're drunk! 169 00:14:42,615 --> 00:14:45,352 Drunk? 170 00:14:45,385 --> 00:14:49,556 The liquor never even makes it to my brain, Dougie boy. 171 00:14:49,589 --> 00:14:52,559 You're educated men. Let's get this over with. 172 00:14:52,592 --> 00:14:57,230 You came over here for a little fun, a little excitement... 173 00:14:57,264 --> 00:14:59,632 ...and to help your fellow man. 174 00:15:01,701 --> 00:15:04,337 Well, you won't help anybody. 175 00:15:04,371 --> 00:15:05,738 And you know why? 176 00:15:05,772 --> 00:15:08,208 Because you can't even help yourselves. 177 00:15:08,241 --> 00:15:10,743 And after the first good mortar concussion, 178 00:15:10,777 --> 00:15:13,813 you'll be picking that windshield right out of your face. 179 00:15:13,846 --> 00:15:16,984 So you might as well get rid of it right now. 180 00:15:18,151 --> 00:15:19,552 Piedmont, what are you doing? 181 00:15:19,586 --> 00:15:21,989 I am helping my fellow man. 182 00:16:12,205 --> 00:16:14,041 (EXPLOSIONS) 183 00:16:30,990 --> 00:16:32,425 (SPEAKING IN FRENCH) 184 00:16:37,730 --> 00:16:39,366 (MEN GROANING) 185 00:16:42,502 --> 00:16:44,637 Gray, Darrell, come here! 186 00:16:44,671 --> 00:16:47,040 The hospital is eight kilometers. 187 00:16:47,074 --> 00:16:49,976 Don't stop for anything. No matter what happens, don't stop! 188 00:16:50,009 --> 00:16:53,080 Piedmont, there has got to be something else. 189 00:16:53,113 --> 00:16:54,981 You got a driver's license? 190 00:16:55,014 --> 00:16:56,483 License? 191 00:17:09,562 --> 00:17:11,398 PIEDMONT: Don't stop, Larry. 192 00:17:13,333 --> 00:17:14,634 What's he saying? 193 00:17:14,667 --> 00:17:17,003 Didn't they teach French in your college? 194 00:17:17,036 --> 00:17:18,605 I was a baseball major. 195 00:17:18,638 --> 00:17:21,941 What does he want? What does he want? 196 00:17:21,974 --> 00:17:24,744 He says his arm is shattered and it's pinned under the body of another guy 197 00:17:24,777 --> 00:17:27,347 who won't move, because he's already dead. 198 00:17:27,380 --> 00:17:29,749 He's sure he's dying and if you had the decency 199 00:17:29,782 --> 00:17:32,085 of half a human being, you'd do something for him! 200 00:17:32,119 --> 00:17:33,520 I don't know what he wants! 201 00:17:37,190 --> 00:17:38,758 Don't stop, Larry! 202 00:17:43,863 --> 00:17:45,565 (SINGING IN FRENCH) 203 00:17:49,536 --> 00:17:52,972 All right, boys, everybody sing or we aim for the ruts! 204 00:17:53,005 --> 00:17:55,842 (SHOUTING IN FRENCH) 205 00:17:55,875 --> 00:17:58,478 (SINGING IN FRENCH) 206 00:18:14,494 --> 00:18:16,663 DOUG: Oh, my God, I've been hit! 207 00:18:16,696 --> 00:18:19,732 What are you doing? Doug's been hit! 208 00:18:19,766 --> 00:18:23,102 Hey, Doug Van Allen's been hit. In his wrist. 209 00:18:23,136 --> 00:18:25,205 Well, Piedmont says not to stop. 210 00:18:25,238 --> 00:18:28,141 Darrell, Doug and I crewed together! 211 00:19:08,415 --> 00:19:11,384 Doug Van Allen and Brian Ryan, wasn't it? 212 00:19:12,819 --> 00:19:16,323 Jeez, what a couple of liars, huh? 213 00:19:16,356 --> 00:19:19,025 They loved to lie, those two. 214 00:19:19,058 --> 00:19:21,828 They enjoyed it. 215 00:19:21,861 --> 00:19:25,465 They never did any goddamn six miles in six and a half. 216 00:19:29,336 --> 00:19:31,771 Maybe you don't, but I hate liars. 217 00:19:34,006 --> 00:19:37,544 I hated those two when they told their little lies. 218 00:19:43,716 --> 00:19:45,685 They won't be missed. 219 00:20:59,292 --> 00:21:02,629 Green River at the sweetshop. 220 00:21:02,662 --> 00:21:05,465 The first thing I'm gonna have when we get home. 221 00:21:09,302 --> 00:21:12,472 Could be any day now too, 222 00:21:12,505 --> 00:21:14,941 now that Uncle Sam's in the war. 223 00:21:28,054 --> 00:21:29,456 You okay? 224 00:21:33,626 --> 00:21:35,562 It's getting light. 225 00:21:35,595 --> 00:21:37,364 (SHOTS FIRING) 226 00:21:46,906 --> 00:21:48,508 Come on! 227 00:21:56,516 --> 00:21:58,518 How are you? I'm bad. 228 00:22:00,420 --> 00:22:01,921 We need help. 229 00:22:06,158 --> 00:22:08,027 GRAY: What now? PIEDMONT: Now we wait. 230 00:22:14,534 --> 00:22:15,868 Uh-oh. 231 00:22:17,003 --> 00:22:18,605 Hey, Piedmont. 232 00:22:21,340 --> 00:22:22,509 MAN: Fire! Fire! 233 00:22:22,542 --> 00:22:24,343 (SHOTS FIRING) 234 00:22:37,724 --> 00:22:39,258 What was that? Grenade. 235 00:22:39,291 --> 00:22:40,693 Horseshit. 236 00:22:40,727 --> 00:22:43,062 Okay, it was some woman's tee shot. 237 00:23:13,593 --> 00:23:14,927 Darrell, look out! 238 00:23:21,768 --> 00:23:23,803 (SOLDIERS CLAMORING) 239 00:23:38,217 --> 00:23:40,487 (BOTH SPEAK IN FRENCH) 240 00:23:43,456 --> 00:23:45,492 Nice going, Piedmont. 241 00:23:49,629 --> 00:23:51,864 He was a slob. 242 00:23:54,901 --> 00:23:57,169 Did you ever see him eat? 243 00:24:00,873 --> 00:24:04,076 Starving children could fill their bellies 244 00:24:04,110 --> 00:24:07,714 on the food that ended up on his beard and clothes. 245 00:24:10,550 --> 00:24:12,885 Dogs would gather 246 00:24:12,919 --> 00:24:14,821 to watch him eat. 247 00:24:19,358 --> 00:24:21,661 I never understood gluttony. 248 00:24:23,496 --> 00:24:25,064 But I hate it. 249 00:24:28,200 --> 00:24:30,102 I hated that about you. 250 00:24:35,775 --> 00:24:38,711 He enjoyed disgusting people, 251 00:24:38,745 --> 00:24:45,184 being disgusting, the thrill of offending people and making them uncomfortable. 252 00:24:46,753 --> 00:24:48,655 He was despicable. 253 00:24:56,663 --> 00:24:59,699 He will not be missed. 254 00:25:13,079 --> 00:25:14,547 (LAUGHING) 255 00:25:19,552 --> 00:25:21,487 I'm very sorry. It was my fault. 256 00:25:21,520 --> 00:25:24,557 It was my fault, really. Now, let's try again. 257 00:25:39,772 --> 00:25:42,575 More champagne! Fine. 258 00:25:43,643 --> 00:25:46,613 Look out, here comes Frankie. 259 00:25:46,646 --> 00:25:48,014 What a generation. 260 00:25:48,047 --> 00:25:52,284 No, no, let them burn off some steam. 261 00:25:52,318 --> 00:25:54,420 The war heroes have earned it. 262 00:25:54,453 --> 00:25:58,257 But come next week, I'll work the two of those boys ragged at the office. 263 00:25:58,290 --> 00:25:59,692 Next week? 264 00:25:59,726 --> 00:26:02,361 It's the first I've heard of it. 265 00:26:02,394 --> 00:26:06,232 Larry's been so quiet about things since he got back. 266 00:26:11,871 --> 00:26:14,240 ISABEL: Hi. I think we need to talk. 267 00:26:21,781 --> 00:26:25,918 Larry, this has been going on for three weeks. 268 00:26:25,952 --> 00:26:27,987 Did it ever occur to you that I might be in training? 269 00:26:28,020 --> 00:26:30,222 Did it ever occur to you that you might be avoiding me? 270 00:26:32,458 --> 00:26:34,393 Okay, let's talk. 271 00:26:34,426 --> 00:26:36,595 No, Larry, you come out. 272 00:26:37,730 --> 00:26:39,265 Larry! Damn it! 273 00:26:40,432 --> 00:26:42,268 Okay, let's talk. 274 00:26:42,301 --> 00:26:43,636 Seal talk. 275 00:26:43,670 --> 00:26:46,205 (MAKING SEAL NOISES) 276 00:26:59,752 --> 00:27:01,788 Okay, let's talk. 277 00:27:04,824 --> 00:27:06,292 Thank you. 278 00:27:11,764 --> 00:27:13,733 We all believe in you, Larry. 279 00:27:13,766 --> 00:27:17,704 I mean Mother and myself and Mr. Maturin. 280 00:27:17,737 --> 00:27:20,873 And we all know that you've had some kind of a... 281 00:27:20,907 --> 00:27:24,043 ...well, shock over there, and that... 282 00:27:24,076 --> 00:27:28,848 Well, that you just needed time to kind of loaf around, as you put it. 283 00:27:29,782 --> 00:27:32,151 But, um... 284 00:27:32,184 --> 00:27:34,987 (CLEARS THROAT) ...doesn't it seem that it's about time 285 00:27:35,021 --> 00:27:37,824 to get back on your feet again? 286 00:27:37,857 --> 00:27:39,125 Yeah. 287 00:27:43,863 --> 00:27:45,364 No. 288 00:27:45,397 --> 00:27:46,498 What? 289 00:27:46,532 --> 00:27:49,368 I wanna put off the wedding for a while. 290 00:27:51,437 --> 00:27:54,406 I wanna put off the job too. 291 00:27:54,440 --> 00:27:56,475 For a while anyway. 292 00:27:56,508 --> 00:27:58,911 I don't understand. 293 00:28:01,981 --> 00:28:04,216 In your letter, all you talked about 294 00:28:05,852 --> 00:28:10,322 was coming back and getting married and starting the job. 295 00:28:13,492 --> 00:28:14,994 I lied. 296 00:28:16,528 --> 00:28:19,365 I didn't know I was lying. 297 00:28:19,398 --> 00:28:20,967 But I guess I was. 298 00:28:23,635 --> 00:28:25,004 I see. 299 00:28:31,744 --> 00:28:34,380 I don't think I'm the guy you wanna marry right now. 300 00:28:34,413 --> 00:28:37,016 This isn't the old Mr. Sunshine. 301 00:28:38,885 --> 00:28:40,652 I'm not happy. 302 00:28:40,686 --> 00:28:43,956 I can't make myself happy. I couldn't make you happy. 303 00:28:45,157 --> 00:28:46,926 I just wanna think. 304 00:28:48,327 --> 00:28:50,396 I need to think. 305 00:28:50,429 --> 00:28:53,900 And I don't have much experience in that field. 306 00:28:53,933 --> 00:28:55,902 Think? 307 00:28:56,969 --> 00:28:58,771 Think about what? 308 00:28:58,805 --> 00:29:01,507 I don't know. 309 00:29:01,540 --> 00:29:04,877 Me, you, our lives. 310 00:29:06,278 --> 00:29:08,580 I'll tell you when I start thinking. 311 00:29:08,614 --> 00:29:14,653 So you want me and everyone else to just go on and on 312 00:29:14,686 --> 00:29:19,058 sitting here, waiting for you to figure out the meaning of life? 313 00:29:21,060 --> 00:29:22,661 Well, sort of, yeah. 314 00:29:22,694 --> 00:29:25,798 Well, that's just great. 315 00:29:25,832 --> 00:29:28,968 GRAY: Okay, well, we'll see. TYLER: Yeah, you wait. 316 00:29:29,001 --> 00:29:31,303 (INDISTINCT CHATTING) 317 00:29:31,337 --> 00:29:33,039 Bob? 318 00:29:33,072 --> 00:29:35,274 As long as he's on their team, we're bound to win. 319 00:29:36,575 --> 00:29:38,777 Bob? 320 00:29:38,811 --> 00:29:42,714 I'm sorry. I'm afraid we should leave now if you're gonna make it for work. 321 00:29:42,748 --> 00:29:45,517 Come on, hon. One more scrum. We're three goals behind. 322 00:29:45,551 --> 00:29:47,686 You can't take him from us now, Sophie. 323 00:29:47,719 --> 00:29:49,856 I've got a bet on with Gray. 324 00:29:49,889 --> 00:29:52,724 Oh, yes I can, Tyler. 325 00:29:52,758 --> 00:29:56,462 What are you making at that sweatbox anyway? 326 00:29:56,495 --> 00:29:59,698 I'll buy them out for the night. 327 00:29:59,731 --> 00:30:02,301 Thanks anyway, Tyler, 328 00:30:02,334 --> 00:30:04,103 but I think you can manage without him. 329 00:30:06,738 --> 00:30:08,307 All right. 330 00:30:08,340 --> 00:30:10,342 We'll just have to play five on six, then. 331 00:30:11,978 --> 00:30:13,545 See you, Gray. 332 00:30:13,579 --> 00:30:14,847 See you, Bobby. 333 00:30:29,828 --> 00:30:31,230 Is everything all right, dear? 334 00:30:31,263 --> 00:30:33,299 Mom, there's been a change of plans. 335 00:30:33,332 --> 00:30:35,634 We're going to postpone the wedding just for a while. 336 00:30:35,667 --> 00:30:37,736 You're what? 337 00:30:37,769 --> 00:30:39,105 Now, don't start one of your things. 338 00:30:39,138 --> 00:30:40,839 It's just for a while. 339 00:30:40,873 --> 00:30:44,576 He wants to be by himself right now, so he's going to Paris. 340 00:30:45,945 --> 00:30:47,346 Paris. 341 00:30:47,379 --> 00:30:49,916 ISABEL: And if he needs a little time by himself, 342 00:30:49,949 --> 00:30:53,986 I'm going to give him that. Oh, Isabel, don't be so naive. 343 00:30:54,020 --> 00:30:56,022 It's just an excuse. 344 00:30:56,055 --> 00:30:58,057 It is not an excuse! 345 00:31:00,692 --> 00:31:02,194 He loves me. 346 00:31:03,662 --> 00:31:06,933 You know, if I may say so, Louisa, 347 00:31:06,966 --> 00:31:10,336 it makes perfect sense to me. 348 00:31:10,369 --> 00:31:14,941 All Americans should avail themselves of at least one season in Paris 349 00:31:14,974 --> 00:31:18,010 just prior to marriage. 350 00:31:18,044 --> 00:31:20,712 It curbs the itches which tend to rise 351 00:31:20,746 --> 00:31:23,882 a year or two down the connubial pike. 352 00:31:25,717 --> 00:31:27,486 Elliot, don't be vulgar. 353 00:31:27,519 --> 00:31:29,388 You know that's always been my problem. 354 00:31:29,421 --> 00:31:31,357 People think I'm being vulgar when I'm being serious 355 00:31:31,390 --> 00:31:33,625 and they think I'm being serious when I'm being vulgar. 356 00:31:33,659 --> 00:31:36,828 Then you'll take care of him for me, Uncle Elliot? 357 00:31:36,862 --> 00:31:38,230 Of course I will. 358 00:31:38,264 --> 00:31:40,532 I'll arrange his passage for him. 359 00:31:40,566 --> 00:31:42,568 You know, the people you meet on the ship 360 00:31:42,601 --> 00:31:45,071 often set the tone for the entire tour. 361 00:31:45,104 --> 00:31:47,239 I think the Mauretania for Larry. 362 00:31:47,273 --> 00:31:50,342 Yes. Yes, the Mauretania. 363 00:31:52,278 --> 00:31:56,615 He'll sit at the Captain's table and meet all the right people. 364 00:31:59,285 --> 00:32:02,288 Then he'll need a first-class hotel where he can entertain. 365 00:32:02,321 --> 00:32:06,558 I think a suite at The Georges V would be perfect. 366 00:32:07,994 --> 00:32:09,761 Roland! Merci, bien. 367 00:32:09,795 --> 00:32:12,098 (SPEAKING IN FRENCH) 368 00:32:18,804 --> 00:32:21,007 (SPEAKING IN FRENCH) 369 00:32:21,040 --> 00:32:24,476 ELLIOT: Don't worry, we'll have your boyfriend back to you in no time. 370 00:32:39,992 --> 00:32:41,493 (CAR HONKS) 371 00:32:49,135 --> 00:32:51,337 Well, hello. Welcome to Paris. 372 00:32:54,140 --> 00:32:55,474 Louisa, my dear, at last. 373 00:32:55,507 --> 00:32:56,575 Elliot. 374 00:32:58,877 --> 00:33:00,212 It's so good to see you. 375 00:33:00,246 --> 00:33:01,513 And here she is. 376 00:33:01,547 --> 00:33:04,383 Hi, Uncle Elliot. Oh. 377 00:33:04,416 --> 00:33:06,618 Welcome to my humble abode. Come in, my dear. 378 00:33:06,652 --> 00:33:08,320 ISABEL: Oh, thank you. ELLIOT: How was your crossing? 379 00:33:08,354 --> 00:33:10,022 I read the journal, it was a little inclement. 380 00:33:10,056 --> 00:33:11,990 LOUISA: Well, it wasn't too good. 381 00:33:12,024 --> 00:33:13,659 ELLIOT: Come along, Cinderella. 382 00:33:17,363 --> 00:33:20,066 Oh, Elliot. 383 00:33:20,099 --> 00:33:21,800 This is a palace. 384 00:33:21,833 --> 00:33:24,770 Why, thank you, I'm glad you like it. 385 00:33:24,803 --> 00:33:26,572 Oh, my God. 386 00:33:28,140 --> 00:33:30,309 This is my music room. 387 00:33:30,342 --> 00:33:33,245 LOUISA: Oh, isn't that lovely? 388 00:33:33,279 --> 00:33:35,814 ISABEL: Oh, what a beautiful piano. 389 00:33:35,847 --> 00:33:40,119 Well, it's a spinet by Larande, late 18th century French. 390 00:33:41,420 --> 00:33:44,690 It must have cost a fortune. It did. 391 00:33:44,723 --> 00:33:48,094 My poor dear friend, the viscount de Corvence had to part with it 392 00:33:48,127 --> 00:33:51,130 at a slight reduction, but then, estates are so draining 393 00:33:51,163 --> 00:33:53,532 on one these days, don't you find? 394 00:33:53,565 --> 00:33:55,667 And are all these things for sale? 395 00:33:55,701 --> 00:33:58,237 My dear Louisa, this isn't a shop. 396 00:34:00,706 --> 00:34:04,643 I occasionally allow the odd piece to be torn from my grasp. 397 00:34:07,346 --> 00:34:10,482 (GASPS) You've got that lovely picture of Mother. 398 00:34:24,230 --> 00:34:25,797 This room... 399 00:34:25,831 --> 00:34:28,700 I never dreamed anyone could ever live like this. 400 00:34:28,734 --> 00:34:32,271 Why, it's not difficult if you know what you want. 401 00:34:35,641 --> 00:34:38,977 This outfit looks really ridiculous, doesn't it? 402 00:34:39,010 --> 00:34:40,979 Especially over here. 403 00:34:41,012 --> 00:34:42,748 I'm such a mess. 404 00:34:42,781 --> 00:34:44,015 The dress is. 405 00:34:44,049 --> 00:34:46,518 We'll get you a new one. 406 00:34:46,552 --> 00:34:48,554 You yourself, are exquisite. 407 00:34:50,522 --> 00:34:53,425 You belong in a room like this. 408 00:34:53,459 --> 00:34:56,595 It and everything in it will be yours someday. 409 00:34:58,096 --> 00:35:02,601 I had hoped that you might grow up in this house. 410 00:35:02,634 --> 00:35:04,570 You're the only family I have. 411 00:35:04,603 --> 00:35:08,840 But your mother preferred to remain in the cow pastures of Illinois. 412 00:35:11,377 --> 00:35:15,681 Don't worry, I realize why you finally deigned to visit your old uncle. 413 00:35:15,714 --> 00:35:17,483 (CHUCKLES) 414 00:35:17,516 --> 00:35:21,687 Larry's stayed here longer than you expected, hasn't he? 415 00:35:21,720 --> 00:35:24,055 Well, I assure you I did everything I promised you. 416 00:35:24,089 --> 00:35:27,025 I invited him to parties, he claimed, he didn't have a dinner jacket. 417 00:35:27,058 --> 00:35:31,297 I asked him to lunch, he said he didn't eat lunch. 418 00:35:31,330 --> 00:35:33,532 Elliot Templeton gets the message. 419 00:35:35,401 --> 00:35:37,569 (STREET ORGAN PLAYING) 420 00:35:55,153 --> 00:35:56,688 Nice catch. 421 00:36:01,260 --> 00:36:03,562 Be careful, my dear. 422 00:36:03,595 --> 00:36:05,497 That one plate is worth more, 423 00:36:05,531 --> 00:36:07,466 than your young man has earned in a whole year. 424 00:36:36,362 --> 00:36:37,763 Hello, Mr. Templeton. 425 00:36:37,796 --> 00:36:39,130 Oh. 426 00:36:39,164 --> 00:36:40,366 Hello, Mrs. Bradley. 427 00:36:40,399 --> 00:36:42,133 Hello, Larry. 428 00:36:42,167 --> 00:36:45,504 I'm sorry that I'm late, but I had to pick up the band. 429 00:36:46,438 --> 00:36:48,807 I hope you'll forgive me. 430 00:36:58,049 --> 00:37:00,586 (IN FRENCH ACCENT) In case you get the chill. 431 00:37:00,619 --> 00:37:02,454 (SPEAKS IN FRENCH) 432 00:37:06,157 --> 00:37:07,993 We cross the fingers. 433 00:37:39,190 --> 00:37:42,561 (UPBEAT MUSIC PLAYING) 434 00:38:13,158 --> 00:38:14,660 (CHUCKLES) 435 00:38:14,693 --> 00:38:16,562 Who are they? They're from Les Halles. 436 00:38:16,595 --> 00:38:19,130 I work with them in the stalls. Oh. 437 00:38:19,164 --> 00:38:20,932 Work? 438 00:38:20,966 --> 00:38:24,035 I thought you came over here to think. 439 00:38:24,069 --> 00:38:27,939 Well, I did. But I learned too much. 440 00:38:27,973 --> 00:38:31,477 I'd read so many books, you could smell wood burning. 441 00:38:31,510 --> 00:38:34,413 So I took a job packing fish. 442 00:38:34,446 --> 00:38:35,547 Packing fish? 443 00:38:35,581 --> 00:38:36,582 (WAITER SPEAKS FRENCH) 444 00:38:36,615 --> 00:38:38,216 Yeah, it's a good job. 445 00:38:38,249 --> 00:38:40,251 I like it. 446 00:38:40,285 --> 00:38:41,453 Well, that's great. 447 00:38:41,487 --> 00:38:45,056 I mean, that you like it. 448 00:38:45,090 --> 00:38:48,093 Is that what you're gonna tell Mr. Maturin when you see him? 449 00:38:48,126 --> 00:38:52,030 That you kept him waiting for six months because you like to pack fish? 450 00:39:04,476 --> 00:39:07,746 I'm not going back. 451 00:39:07,779 --> 00:39:10,048 I'm not going to be a stockbroker. 452 00:39:14,019 --> 00:39:18,289 Marry me. We can raise a family. 453 00:39:18,323 --> 00:39:20,358 We can travel. 454 00:39:20,392 --> 00:39:24,229 I have $3000. That is more than most people live on. 455 00:39:24,262 --> 00:39:25,731 Larry... 456 00:39:26,798 --> 00:39:28,400 ...we are not most people. 457 00:39:28,434 --> 00:39:30,201 We're special people. 458 00:39:30,235 --> 00:39:31,703 Iz, nobody is special. 459 00:39:31,737 --> 00:39:33,605 I'm special. 460 00:39:33,639 --> 00:39:36,307 And I am not gonna spend my whole life tagging along behind you, 461 00:39:36,341 --> 00:39:38,810 making both ends meet. Come on. 462 00:39:38,844 --> 00:39:41,780 No, Larry, come on, It's not fair. 463 00:39:42,914 --> 00:39:46,384 I've lived up to my half of the bargain, 464 00:39:46,418 --> 00:39:47,853 you haven't lived up to yours. 465 00:39:51,557 --> 00:39:53,759 I should just give this back to you. 466 00:40:02,501 --> 00:40:04,970 Don't give it back. 467 00:40:06,404 --> 00:40:07,873 Wear it on another finger. 468 00:40:09,741 --> 00:40:11,209 It will mean 469 00:40:11,242 --> 00:40:14,212 that there is one man somewhere 470 00:40:14,245 --> 00:40:15,681 who will always love you. 471 00:40:17,082 --> 00:40:18,116 What does that mean? 472 00:40:18,149 --> 00:40:20,018 Look, I got a second chance at life. 473 00:40:20,051 --> 00:40:23,955 I am not gonna waste it on a big house, a new car every year 474 00:40:23,989 --> 00:40:27,192 and a bunch of friends who want a big house and a new car every year! 475 00:40:30,428 --> 00:40:32,498 I can't turn back now. 476 00:40:33,565 --> 00:40:34,800 I want you to come with me. 477 00:41:48,339 --> 00:41:50,709 Would you like a chilled glass of Chablis? 478 00:41:50,742 --> 00:41:52,544 Yeah. 479 00:42:00,185 --> 00:42:01,720 (CHUCKLES) 480 00:42:01,753 --> 00:42:03,822 So, what do you do when it's hot outside? 481 00:42:03,855 --> 00:42:06,324 Drink red. 482 00:42:06,357 --> 00:42:08,594 (WOMAN SHOUTING IN FRENCH) 483 00:42:16,702 --> 00:42:18,103 Did you read all these books? 484 00:42:21,940 --> 00:42:24,042 (CLEARS THROAT) I skimmed them. 485 00:42:28,747 --> 00:42:31,983 To think I used to help you with your homework. 486 00:42:33,218 --> 00:42:36,021 Yeah, you got me through grade school. 487 00:42:37,222 --> 00:42:40,325 It wasn't that hard, really, you know. 488 00:42:40,358 --> 00:42:42,761 All you had to do was 489 00:42:42,794 --> 00:42:44,963 what they told you to do. 490 00:42:47,833 --> 00:42:50,602 Well, I'm doing my own thinking now. 491 00:43:19,397 --> 00:43:20,966 (BABY CRYING) 492 00:43:23,702 --> 00:43:25,871 (WOMAN YELLING IN FRENCH) 493 00:43:33,344 --> 00:43:34,680 (GASPS) 494 00:43:52,831 --> 00:43:55,000 (MAN SHOUTING IN FRENCH) 495 00:44:06,144 --> 00:44:08,213 (SHRIEKS) (MOUSE SQUEAKING) 496 00:44:09,180 --> 00:44:11,282 (LAUGHS) (SHRIEKS) 497 00:44:26,031 --> 00:44:27,332 (DOORBELL RINGS) 498 00:44:31,602 --> 00:44:32,904 I want to speak with Isabel. 499 00:44:32,938 --> 00:44:35,206 But she's not here, Monsieur Larry. 500 00:44:36,507 --> 00:44:39,778 You're not doing butler stuff on me, are you? 501 00:44:39,811 --> 00:44:41,847 Isabel? 502 00:44:45,316 --> 00:44:46,785 Isabel? 503 00:44:52,557 --> 00:44:54,025 Isabel? 504 00:44:56,627 --> 00:44:58,029 Joseph. 505 00:45:00,899 --> 00:45:04,235 Isabel has gone. She and her mother have taken the boat train. 506 00:45:14,445 --> 00:45:17,115 Joseph, I appear to have been crashing about again 507 00:45:17,148 --> 00:45:19,250 without my spectacles. 508 00:45:27,325 --> 00:45:29,227 I'm really very, very sorry. 509 00:45:46,978 --> 00:45:48,513 (CROWD CHEERING) 510 00:45:48,546 --> 00:45:51,416 SOPHIE: Bob, hurry up, they're coming. 511 00:45:57,022 --> 00:45:58,323 MAN: Here, they're coming now. 512 00:45:58,356 --> 00:46:00,025 (CROWD CHEERING) 513 00:46:11,669 --> 00:46:13,771 Goodbye. Thank you. 514 00:46:19,544 --> 00:46:20,678 You're a lucky man. 515 00:46:20,711 --> 00:46:21,980 Thank you. 516 00:46:25,716 --> 00:46:27,886 Shall we? Here. 517 00:46:54,079 --> 00:46:56,014 Be back in the office by Monday. 518 00:46:56,047 --> 00:46:57,648 (LAUGHS) 519 00:46:57,682 --> 00:47:00,285 Let's have a drink. Hello, Mary, Shirley. 520 00:47:00,318 --> 00:47:03,488 I wonder if we'll ever see him again. 521 00:47:03,521 --> 00:47:07,125 He'll come back, but he'll be a little late, won't he? 522 00:47:09,494 --> 00:47:11,796 I wonder if she'll still let Gray give him that job. 523 00:47:11,829 --> 00:47:15,666 (LAUGHS) Oh, God, Bob, Larry doesn't want that job. 524 00:47:15,700 --> 00:47:18,103 (URGING HORSE) 525 00:47:23,341 --> 00:47:25,376 (INDISTINCT CHATTING) 526 00:47:42,593 --> 00:47:44,963 (MIMICING LAUGH) 527 00:47:46,364 --> 00:47:49,000 (WHISPERS) Ah! That's refreshing. 528 00:47:54,772 --> 00:47:56,374 (MAN SHOUTING) 529 00:48:09,054 --> 00:48:10,922 (HORSE NEIGHING) 530 00:48:16,094 --> 00:48:17,562 (CLANKING) 531 00:48:32,077 --> 00:48:35,180 Who do you think you're saving? 532 00:48:35,213 --> 00:48:37,082 (SIREN WAILING) 533 00:48:45,923 --> 00:48:48,259 (SPEAKING FRENCH) 534 00:48:48,293 --> 00:48:49,894 (SPEAKING FRENCH) 535 00:48:49,927 --> 00:48:52,197 (SPEAKING FRENCH) 536 00:48:53,198 --> 00:48:55,533 Have a drink with me. What for? 537 00:48:55,566 --> 00:48:57,435 I owe you my life. 538 00:48:57,468 --> 00:48:59,637 My life's worth one drink. 539 00:48:59,670 --> 00:49:01,039 (LAUGHS) 540 00:49:11,116 --> 00:49:13,051 (KIDS SHOUTING) 541 00:49:29,067 --> 00:49:32,403 How about some cards? 542 00:49:32,437 --> 00:49:36,274 Well, I've watched you play. I think you must cheat. 543 00:49:36,307 --> 00:49:39,077 (CHUCKLES) 544 00:49:39,110 --> 00:49:41,879 I've watched you read. 545 00:49:41,912 --> 00:49:44,982 You read funny books for a coal miner. 546 00:49:46,817 --> 00:49:48,286 Oh, yes, that! 547 00:49:48,319 --> 00:49:50,421 There's a god of light and a god of darkness. 548 00:49:50,455 --> 00:49:52,723 Heaven for good people and hell for bad ones. 549 00:49:52,757 --> 00:49:54,459 You believe that? 550 00:49:55,960 --> 00:49:57,962 I believe 551 00:49:57,995 --> 00:50:00,198 that you're saving nines. 552 00:50:01,332 --> 00:50:03,000 (CHUCKLES) 553 00:50:04,269 --> 00:50:06,771 What else do you read? 554 00:50:06,804 --> 00:50:11,676 The Apocalypse, Essenes, Aristotle, Plato? 555 00:50:11,709 --> 00:50:13,711 What about Znachar, the Russian sorcerer? 556 00:50:16,214 --> 00:50:18,015 The Upanishads? 557 00:50:20,551 --> 00:50:22,787 You've never read the Upanishads? 558 00:50:24,855 --> 00:50:26,757 You don't know so much. 559 00:50:28,693 --> 00:50:31,596 You really don't know anything, do you? 560 00:50:33,098 --> 00:50:35,032 Lend me your copy. 561 00:50:36,367 --> 00:50:38,903 I never lend books to coal miners. 562 00:50:38,936 --> 00:50:41,139 They've got dirty hands. 563 00:50:52,049 --> 00:50:53,384 Have you been to India? 564 00:50:53,418 --> 00:50:54,785 What's in India? 565 00:50:56,621 --> 00:50:59,590 Hundreds of millions of people that pray three times a day. 566 00:51:01,326 --> 00:51:03,461 There are answers there. 567 00:51:04,929 --> 00:51:07,064 India's a lonely place. 568 00:51:07,998 --> 00:51:09,667 If I'd stayed... 569 00:51:12,503 --> 00:51:15,340 I never would have known this little one. 570 00:51:18,576 --> 00:51:19,744 (LAUGHS) 571 00:51:26,651 --> 00:51:28,219 Very good. 572 00:51:30,388 --> 00:51:32,390 I'm a good cheater. 573 00:51:50,375 --> 00:51:53,811 Here. The Upanishads. 574 00:51:53,844 --> 00:51:56,947 But you won't find the answers in a book. 575 00:51:56,981 --> 00:51:59,317 You'll have to go there. 576 00:51:59,350 --> 00:52:00,685 (SHUFFLING PAGES) 577 00:52:09,294 --> 00:52:10,695 (SIREN WAILING) 578 00:52:11,796 --> 00:52:14,732 What about her husband and her son? 579 00:52:14,765 --> 00:52:18,903 They were killed instantly. A drunken driver. Head-on. 580 00:52:34,985 --> 00:52:37,154 Oh, Sophie. 581 00:52:40,124 --> 00:52:41,526 Izzy. 582 00:52:45,330 --> 00:52:46,764 Baby. 583 00:52:48,132 --> 00:52:49,834 (WHISPERS) I know. 584 00:52:51,402 --> 00:52:53,204 My baby's gone. 585 00:52:55,473 --> 00:52:58,376 (SNIFFS LOUDLY) Bob, he's gone. 586 00:53:01,646 --> 00:53:02,513 (CRYING) 587 00:53:02,547 --> 00:53:04,215 Oh, my God! 588 00:53:05,716 --> 00:53:08,453 At least, they didn't suffer. 589 00:53:09,787 --> 00:53:11,456 Get out of here. 590 00:53:12,857 --> 00:53:14,425 Izzy, get her out of here! 591 00:53:14,459 --> 00:53:16,160 Please, please. 592 00:53:16,193 --> 00:53:19,330 This is a sad time, Mrs. MacDonald. 593 00:53:19,364 --> 00:53:21,266 But it is also a day for rejoicing. 594 00:53:21,299 --> 00:53:25,303 Our Lord has promised to call us all home to him in heaven. 595 00:53:27,472 --> 00:53:29,907 And today he has called home your husband and child. 596 00:53:32,009 --> 00:53:33,911 You're like idiots. 597 00:53:36,914 --> 00:53:40,050 They're dead, you freak! 598 00:53:40,084 --> 00:53:41,786 They're dead! 599 00:53:41,819 --> 00:53:43,588 (WAILS) 600 00:53:43,621 --> 00:53:48,192 Dead! Get away from me with that thing! 601 00:53:48,225 --> 00:53:51,429 Are you gonna be here in a week when I wake up? 602 00:53:51,462 --> 00:53:55,433 In a month? In a year? For the rest of my life? 603 00:53:55,466 --> 00:53:57,602 (WAILS) 604 00:53:57,635 --> 00:54:00,204 Mrs. MacDonald, I know you're upset. 605 00:54:00,237 --> 00:54:01,806 What do you know? 606 00:54:02,840 --> 00:54:05,910 I had that baby inside of me! 607 00:54:05,943 --> 00:54:09,747 I had that man inside of me! 608 00:54:09,780 --> 00:54:13,884 You? You've never had anyone inside of you! 609 00:54:13,918 --> 00:54:16,554 DOCTOR: Please! SOPHIE: Oh, Izzy! No! 610 00:54:16,587 --> 00:54:19,524 All right. You'll have to leave. No! 611 00:54:19,557 --> 00:54:22,693 Izzy, don't leave me! Don't go! DOCTOR: Please! 612 00:54:22,727 --> 00:54:25,396 SOPHIE: Izzy, don't leave me! DOCTOR: Oh! Sister! 613 00:54:25,430 --> 00:54:27,264 DOCTOR: Sister, hold her. SOPHIE: No. 614 00:54:27,298 --> 00:54:28,733 SOPHIE: No! What happens now? 615 00:54:28,766 --> 00:54:30,735 SOPHIE: No, Izzy, don't go! 616 00:54:30,768 --> 00:54:33,103 DOCTOR: All right. All right, it's all right. 617 00:54:33,137 --> 00:54:34,505 Izzy! 618 00:55:52,149 --> 00:55:54,685 You need guide, sahib? 619 00:55:54,719 --> 00:55:58,188 No, my friend. Thank you. Here. 620 00:55:58,222 --> 00:56:00,925 More rupees. More rupees. 621 00:56:00,958 --> 00:56:02,126 How are you? 622 00:56:02,159 --> 00:56:04,328 More rupees. More rupees. 623 00:56:04,361 --> 00:56:05,563 Is this your sister? 624 00:56:05,596 --> 00:56:07,297 More rupees. 625 00:56:07,331 --> 00:56:09,099 More rupees. Here's two rupees. 626 00:56:09,133 --> 00:56:11,168 More rupees. Give one to your sister now. 627 00:56:11,201 --> 00:56:12,837 KIDS: More rupees. 628 00:56:16,306 --> 00:56:19,376 Okay, there's five. Split them up, okay? 629 00:56:43,668 --> 00:56:45,736 Help me out here, pal! 630 00:56:47,772 --> 00:56:51,108 Come on! Come in here! 631 00:56:51,141 --> 00:56:53,811 LARRY: Okay, thank you. I like it. I like it. I'll take it. 632 00:57:21,506 --> 00:57:22,907 Cigarette? 633 00:57:22,940 --> 00:57:24,074 No, thank you. 634 00:57:26,511 --> 00:57:29,647 You must find it pleasant to be rich. 635 00:57:29,680 --> 00:57:31,949 I'm not rich. 636 00:57:31,982 --> 00:57:33,317 Oh. 637 00:57:33,350 --> 00:57:35,119 I'm often mistaken. 638 00:57:37,822 --> 00:57:39,890 I worked in a coal mine to come over here. 639 00:57:41,492 --> 00:57:42,827 A coal mine? 640 00:57:44,461 --> 00:57:46,163 What was the intention? 641 00:57:46,196 --> 00:57:47,732 I told you, to make money to come over here. 642 00:57:47,765 --> 00:57:49,834 That was the reason. 643 00:57:49,867 --> 00:57:51,502 What was the intention? 644 00:57:51,536 --> 00:57:55,740 Because if work has no intention, it's not work at all. 645 00:57:55,773 --> 00:57:57,608 It's an empty motion. 646 00:57:59,143 --> 00:58:01,746 Well, what would you call washing dishes? 647 00:58:01,779 --> 00:58:04,148 For me, this is a religious experience. 648 00:58:06,283 --> 00:58:08,152 Hey, let me try that. 649 00:58:17,161 --> 00:58:18,696 Yeah, I feel it. 650 00:58:18,729 --> 00:58:21,065 Kind of like being in church. 651 00:58:21,098 --> 00:58:22,600 Pass me the soap, will you, bishop? 652 00:58:22,633 --> 00:58:24,401 (LAUGHS) 653 00:58:24,434 --> 00:58:26,370 Here. 654 00:58:26,403 --> 00:58:27,772 Thanks. 655 00:58:29,006 --> 00:58:30,174 (SIGHS) 656 00:58:32,176 --> 00:58:35,646 I could take you to a better church. 657 00:58:37,715 --> 00:58:40,117 In the mountains. 658 00:58:40,150 --> 00:58:42,953 I've been there many times before to work. 659 00:58:44,088 --> 00:58:45,823 It's a difficult place to reach. 660 00:58:46,924 --> 00:58:48,292 It's a difficult place to work. 661 00:58:48,325 --> 00:58:51,061 Who washes the dishes up there? 662 00:58:57,401 --> 00:58:58,869 Could you leave at dawn? 663 00:58:58,903 --> 00:59:00,571 Want me to talk to your boss? 664 00:59:01,672 --> 00:59:03,808 Boss? 665 00:59:03,841 --> 00:59:06,243 I have no boss. I own this boat. 666 00:59:08,478 --> 00:59:10,147 And a few more. 667 01:00:32,963 --> 01:00:35,866 (BELLS CHIMING) 668 01:00:45,676 --> 01:00:48,679 (SPEAKING IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE) 669 01:00:55,786 --> 01:00:57,321 (SPEAKING IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE) 670 01:00:57,354 --> 01:00:58,756 Ta-da! 671 01:00:58,789 --> 01:01:00,224 Uh-huh! Very good! 672 01:01:00,257 --> 01:01:01,391 Too much? 673 01:01:03,060 --> 01:01:04,594 Smashing, in fact. 674 01:01:04,628 --> 01:01:08,632 What do you think, honey? Too much? Not enough? 675 01:01:08,665 --> 01:01:10,100 Is this gonna help? 676 01:01:10,134 --> 01:01:12,369 Is this gonna get me anything? 677 01:01:12,402 --> 01:01:14,138 What do you think? 678 01:01:14,171 --> 01:01:15,940 No? 679 01:01:17,141 --> 01:01:18,575 Well, gee, I know what this one here is. 680 01:01:18,608 --> 01:01:21,779 But, shouldn't this one be walking by now? 681 01:01:21,812 --> 01:01:25,415 I mean, did you ever think of giving it a cold shower or an aspirin or something? 682 01:01:27,417 --> 01:01:29,086 (WOMEN LAUGHING) 683 01:01:33,357 --> 01:01:35,159 You know, I could do pretty well up here, I think. 684 01:01:35,192 --> 01:01:36,660 (LAUGHS) 685 01:01:36,693 --> 01:01:40,030 They see few Westerners up here. 686 01:01:40,064 --> 01:01:42,132 They see none where we are heading. 687 01:01:46,470 --> 01:01:48,705 Ah! Our guides! 688 01:01:50,274 --> 01:01:52,743 (SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE) 689 01:01:57,748 --> 01:02:00,250 (WOMEN CHANTING IN DISTANCE) 690 01:02:38,889 --> 01:02:41,525 (SPEAKING IN HINDI) 691 01:03:05,049 --> 01:03:06,951 (MONKS CHANTING) 692 01:04:02,940 --> 01:04:05,109 That's the church, Larry. 693 01:04:08,245 --> 01:04:10,080 Now, let's hurry. 694 01:04:10,114 --> 01:04:12,382 Must get back to my boats. 695 01:05:22,419 --> 01:05:26,923 LAMA: I have been waiting for you. Welcome. 696 01:05:26,957 --> 01:05:28,625 You are welcome. 697 01:05:30,127 --> 01:05:32,029 Fabulous, fabulous, fabulous. 698 01:05:32,062 --> 01:05:33,964 (UPBEAT MUSIC PLAYING) 699 01:05:49,779 --> 01:05:51,148 Oh! 700 01:05:57,821 --> 01:05:59,789 Excuse me. 701 01:05:59,823 --> 01:06:01,958 Are you having a good time? 702 01:06:01,992 --> 01:06:04,728 (TELEPHONE RINGING) 703 01:06:04,761 --> 01:06:07,831 Well, I thought I told you two it was time for bed. 704 01:06:07,864 --> 01:06:09,266 I'm sorry, Mrs. Maturin. 705 01:06:09,299 --> 01:06:10,900 It's all right, Barbara. I'll take them up. 706 01:06:10,934 --> 01:06:12,602 Come on, angel face. 707 01:06:12,636 --> 01:06:15,205 I hear you bond boys are losing a lot of your clients' money. 708 01:06:15,239 --> 01:06:19,409 Yeah. What does your old man think of that, Gray? 709 01:06:19,443 --> 01:06:22,312 Well, think what you like about my old man, Tyler. 710 01:06:22,346 --> 01:06:25,482 Believe me, I know how difficult he is to live with. 711 01:06:25,515 --> 01:06:28,418 But the fact is, he's a good man. A damn good man. 712 01:06:28,452 --> 01:06:29,953 JOSEPH: Excuse me, sir. Telephone. 713 01:06:29,986 --> 01:06:31,221 They have their baths? 714 01:06:31,255 --> 01:06:32,689 BARBARA: They did. Yes. 715 01:06:32,722 --> 01:06:33,990 We'll tell a nice story. 716 01:06:38,328 --> 01:06:40,464 Hello. Yes. 717 01:06:43,933 --> 01:06:46,803 I'm telling you, there's 12% unemployment out there. 718 01:06:46,836 --> 01:06:49,306 Twelve percent. And we're really feeling it. 719 01:06:49,339 --> 01:06:50,740 KEVIN: I'm beginning to think Roosevelt's right. 720 01:06:50,774 --> 01:06:53,077 We got a hell of a depression on our hands. 721 01:07:00,650 --> 01:07:01,985 (WOMAN SHRIEKS) 722 01:07:02,018 --> 01:07:03,453 Gray! 723 01:07:11,861 --> 01:07:13,330 WOMAN: Did you see that? 724 01:07:37,621 --> 01:07:41,158 It was a nice service for your dad. 725 01:07:41,191 --> 01:07:43,960 Yeah, short and sweet. 726 01:07:43,993 --> 01:07:45,262 Yeah? 727 01:07:45,295 --> 01:07:47,697 Hey, nice tic you got there, Gray. 728 01:07:47,731 --> 01:07:50,267 Here. Have a shot. 729 01:07:50,300 --> 01:07:53,270 It'll go faster for a minute, and then it'll stop. 730 01:07:53,303 --> 01:07:55,172 No, thanks. No? 731 01:08:00,144 --> 01:08:02,446 Hey, look at that freak! (LAUGHS) 732 01:08:02,479 --> 01:08:04,314 Why didn't he jump in the grave with your dad? 733 01:08:04,348 --> 01:08:06,450 Oh, Sophie, please. 734 01:08:06,483 --> 01:08:08,218 Let's not fall apart, okay? 735 01:08:10,420 --> 01:08:12,589 Gee, Izzy... 736 01:08:12,622 --> 01:08:15,425 ...to tell you the truth, I fell apart a while ago. 737 01:08:16,693 --> 01:08:19,263 So, what did the monsignor say? 738 01:08:21,531 --> 01:08:25,235 I told him that pop always kept a gun in his office... 739 01:08:26,503 --> 01:08:29,473 ...and he kept large amounts of cash. 740 01:08:31,775 --> 01:08:35,212 And while he was cleaning the gun, it... 741 01:08:37,647 --> 01:08:39,849 ...accidentally went off. 742 01:08:43,987 --> 01:08:45,222 Hey. 743 01:08:46,723 --> 01:08:48,192 Easy, Gray. 744 01:08:49,859 --> 01:08:52,196 You sound like you're starting to believe that. 745 01:09:10,680 --> 01:09:13,383 (SPEAKS IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE) 746 01:09:16,052 --> 01:09:17,787 It is time to go. 747 01:09:17,821 --> 01:09:20,324 The lama is waiting for you. 748 01:09:32,369 --> 01:09:34,371 (BELL TOLLING) 749 01:09:58,628 --> 01:10:01,798 There is a hut in the mountain. 750 01:10:01,831 --> 01:10:04,401 The lama likes you to go there. 751 01:10:05,369 --> 01:10:07,671 I packed your books. 752 01:12:23,072 --> 01:12:24,741 (MONKS CHANTING) 753 01:14:04,674 --> 01:14:06,943 I am sad... 754 01:14:06,976 --> 01:14:11,047 ...because I am losing my cook. 755 01:14:14,884 --> 01:14:16,786 Yes, I'm leaving. 756 01:14:18,588 --> 01:14:20,189 Isn't it true... 757 01:14:21,625 --> 01:14:24,861 It is easy to be a holy man on the top of a mountain? 758 01:14:25,762 --> 01:14:28,698 You are closer than you think. 759 01:14:28,732 --> 01:14:32,435 The path to salvation is narrow and as difficult to walk 760 01:14:32,468 --> 01:14:34,170 as a razor's edge. 761 01:15:26,656 --> 01:15:28,925 (MAN SHOUTING IN FRENCH) 762 01:15:36,365 --> 01:15:37,934 (CAR HONKING) 763 01:15:43,907 --> 01:15:47,010 Good God, Romulus and Remus. 764 01:15:47,043 --> 01:15:48,912 Now, Joseph, you see, 765 01:15:48,945 --> 01:15:52,148 this is not fit for a gerbil. 766 01:15:53,850 --> 01:15:57,286 That, on the other hand, minus an outer leaf or two 767 01:15:57,320 --> 01:16:02,726 is positively Rousseauian in its beauty, and at half the price. 768 01:16:02,759 --> 01:16:06,329 Pay the man half what he asks you. 769 01:16:06,362 --> 01:16:09,032 (JOSEPH SPEAKING FRENCH) 770 01:16:10,299 --> 01:16:11,300 Hello, boys. 771 01:16:14,337 --> 01:16:17,774 (SPEAKING FRENCH) 772 01:16:17,807 --> 01:16:19,609 (SPEAKING FRENCH) 773 01:16:19,643 --> 01:16:22,345 Good God, Darrell, I was under the impression that you'd vanished. 774 01:16:22,378 --> 01:16:25,181 You know that Isabel is here in Paris with me? 775 01:16:25,214 --> 01:16:28,184 This wretched Depression cleaned them out. 776 01:16:28,217 --> 01:16:30,386 Poor old Gray lost everything. 777 01:16:30,419 --> 01:16:32,656 Gray? 778 01:16:32,689 --> 01:16:34,190 Gray Maturin and Isabel? 779 01:16:35,992 --> 01:16:38,662 And they have two children. 780 01:16:38,695 --> 01:16:42,031 Gray hasn't worked for two-and-a-half years. 781 01:16:42,065 --> 01:16:44,067 Yeah, but I can see you're busy. Don't let me keep you. 782 01:16:44,100 --> 01:16:45,869 I'll give your best to everyone. 783 01:16:45,902 --> 01:16:47,136 Come, Joseph. 784 01:16:49,605 --> 01:16:51,708 Look, why don't you... 785 01:16:52,909 --> 01:16:56,112 ...take a wash and drop by sometime. 786 01:17:03,619 --> 01:17:05,288 (DOORBELL RINGING) 787 01:17:12,561 --> 01:17:14,130 Thank you. 788 01:17:14,163 --> 01:17:15,965 Would you tell your mother that Uncle Larry is here? 789 01:17:15,999 --> 01:17:17,834 Yes. Okay. 790 01:17:17,867 --> 01:17:20,603 BOTH: Mama, Mama, Uncle Larry's here! 791 01:17:20,636 --> 01:17:24,240 Thanks, girls. You go out and play, all right? 792 01:17:49,098 --> 01:17:51,600 I was hoping that you might stop by. 793 01:17:51,634 --> 01:17:55,304 Well, I had to make sure the children didn't look too much like Gray. 794 01:17:55,338 --> 01:17:57,340 (BOTH LAUGH) 795 01:17:57,373 --> 01:17:59,208 (SIGHS) 796 01:18:00,676 --> 01:18:02,678 Where is he? He's upstairs. 797 01:18:12,421 --> 01:18:13,823 Honey? 798 01:18:19,595 --> 01:18:20,997 Larry. 799 01:18:23,132 --> 01:18:25,134 Good to see you. How you doing? 800 01:18:25,168 --> 01:18:28,404 I was downstairs this morning. Wish you'd caught me then. 801 01:18:28,437 --> 01:18:31,841 (SIGHS) Got another one of my damn headaches. 802 01:18:31,875 --> 01:18:33,676 (SIGHS) 803 01:18:33,709 --> 01:18:37,246 Sometimes they're so bad, I... I feel like I'm gonna die. 804 01:18:39,282 --> 01:18:41,985 Sometimes I wish I was dead. 805 01:18:42,018 --> 01:18:44,653 Gray, sometimes all of us wish you were dead. 806 01:18:44,687 --> 01:18:46,022 (LAUGHS) 807 01:18:47,991 --> 01:18:49,558 What are you doing here? Oh. I thought... 808 01:18:49,592 --> 01:18:51,394 This is guy talk. 809 01:18:51,427 --> 01:18:54,297 We're gonna talk about girls. We don't want you around. Bye. 810 01:18:54,330 --> 01:18:55,498 Bye. 811 01:18:57,666 --> 01:18:59,668 How are you doing? 812 01:18:59,702 --> 01:19:01,370 Not bad, for me. 813 01:19:03,506 --> 01:19:05,775 You haven't tried aspirin for these headaches, have you? 814 01:19:05,809 --> 01:19:07,310 (LAUGHS, COUGHS) 815 01:19:07,343 --> 01:19:09,145 Mm. Yeah. 816 01:19:09,178 --> 01:19:11,214 I've got something that might work. 817 01:19:12,481 --> 01:19:13,883 Here. 818 01:19:20,156 --> 01:19:22,158 Hold it in your hand. 819 01:19:22,191 --> 01:19:24,794 Clasp your fingers tightly around it. 820 01:19:24,828 --> 01:19:26,295 Hand out, palm down. 821 01:19:28,464 --> 01:19:31,700 No big deal. I'm gonna count to 10. 822 01:19:31,734 --> 01:19:33,769 And before I get to 10, you're gonna drop the coin. 823 01:19:35,504 --> 01:19:38,107 One, two... 824 01:19:38,141 --> 01:19:40,143 Three, four... 825 01:19:41,510 --> 01:19:44,180 Five, six... 826 01:19:44,213 --> 01:19:46,015 Seven, eight... 827 01:19:52,055 --> 01:19:53,622 How did you do that? 828 01:19:53,656 --> 01:19:56,359 I didn't do it. You did it. 829 01:19:57,593 --> 01:19:59,395 Here's what you're gonna do next. 830 01:19:59,428 --> 01:20:02,098 Hold the coin in your hand again. 831 01:20:02,131 --> 01:20:04,467 Gently, this time. 832 01:20:06,102 --> 01:20:08,471 Let your hand rest on your lap. 833 01:20:09,839 --> 01:20:12,041 Lie back. 834 01:20:12,075 --> 01:20:13,809 Relax. 835 01:20:15,078 --> 01:20:17,180 Relax your whole body. 836 01:20:19,148 --> 01:20:21,817 Your eyelids are gonna get heavy. 837 01:20:22,919 --> 01:20:24,220 They're going to close. 838 01:20:26,055 --> 01:20:28,624 You're going to sleep... 839 01:20:28,657 --> 01:20:30,493 ...for three minutes. 840 01:20:31,660 --> 01:20:33,562 And when you wake up... 841 01:20:35,264 --> 01:20:36,933 ...your headache will be gone. 842 01:20:39,735 --> 01:20:41,837 (UPBEAT MUSIC PLAYING) 843 01:21:07,596 --> 01:21:09,832 (SLOW MUSIC PLAYING) 844 01:21:09,865 --> 01:21:12,068 (WOMAN SINGING IN FRENCH) 845 01:21:44,833 --> 01:21:46,269 Where'd it go? 846 01:21:46,302 --> 01:21:48,371 GRAY: God, it's good to see her smile again. 847 01:21:49,838 --> 01:21:51,374 It's good to have you back. 848 01:21:51,407 --> 01:21:52,808 It's good to have you back. 849 01:21:52,841 --> 01:21:54,010 Nice being here. 850 01:21:54,043 --> 01:21:55,411 (LAUGHS) 851 01:21:56,579 --> 01:21:58,381 ISABEL: Okay, now we go here. 852 01:21:58,414 --> 01:22:01,617 Oh, hey, go and tickle Uncle Larry like crazy. 853 01:22:01,650 --> 01:22:03,819 (ALL LAUGH) 854 01:22:03,852 --> 01:22:07,723 Oh, children, children, Monsieur Larry is not ticklish. 855 01:22:07,756 --> 01:22:09,558 (ALL LAUGH) 856 01:22:09,592 --> 01:22:12,361 Oh, you, traitor. (KIDS LAUGH) 857 01:22:12,395 --> 01:22:14,697 (CHILDREN LAUGH) LARRY: Oh, mama. 858 01:22:14,730 --> 01:22:16,465 ISABEL: No! LARRY: Your mommy's ticklish. 859 01:22:16,499 --> 01:22:18,267 LARRY: Mama is very ticklish. 860 01:22:30,013 --> 01:22:32,448 Thank you, Joseph. 861 01:22:39,455 --> 01:22:42,958 There's a lot of energy in this place. I feel it. 862 01:22:44,827 --> 01:22:47,663 A little less than there was a minute ago. 863 01:22:47,696 --> 01:22:49,332 Oh, Larry. 864 01:22:49,365 --> 01:22:51,400 This is good. You're gonna like this. 865 01:22:53,069 --> 01:22:55,238 (UPBEAT MUSIC PLAYING) 866 01:24:00,002 --> 01:24:02,405 (SPEAKING FRENCH) 867 01:24:04,273 --> 01:24:05,741 Sophie! 868 01:24:11,380 --> 01:24:13,782 Well, for chrissake. 869 01:24:13,816 --> 01:24:15,184 (SOPHIE LAUGHS) 870 01:24:23,126 --> 01:24:24,493 Sophie. 871 01:24:27,263 --> 01:24:28,631 Larry. 872 01:24:29,898 --> 01:24:31,634 God damn. 873 01:24:31,667 --> 01:24:34,170 I thought you were dead or something worse. (LAUGHS) 874 01:24:34,203 --> 01:24:36,272 What are you doing in Paris? 875 01:24:36,305 --> 01:24:39,142 You mean our old friends didn't tell you? Tch. 876 01:24:39,175 --> 01:24:41,610 I guess it must have slipped their minds. 877 01:24:43,579 --> 01:24:46,549 Been trying to call you lately. 878 01:24:46,582 --> 01:24:48,217 I even came around to the house the other night. 879 01:24:48,251 --> 01:24:51,354 But I guess it was a little late for you fun-seekers. 880 01:25:02,865 --> 01:25:04,533 How you've been, Sophie? 881 01:25:04,567 --> 01:25:07,370 Oh, I've been having a regular riot, Izzy. 882 01:25:08,537 --> 01:25:11,407 My loving in-laws ran me out of Chicago. 883 01:25:11,440 --> 01:25:14,109 They didn't care for my behavior. 884 01:25:15,744 --> 01:25:18,647 Our old friends here don't care for my behavior either. 885 01:25:18,681 --> 01:25:19,915 But, uh... 886 01:25:19,948 --> 01:25:22,084 That's okay! 887 01:25:22,117 --> 01:25:24,353 I got lots of new friends. 888 01:25:26,889 --> 01:25:28,090 How's Bob? 889 01:25:28,123 --> 01:25:30,193 (LAUGHS) Bob. 890 01:25:37,766 --> 01:25:39,235 Oh, Bob... 891 01:25:41,537 --> 01:25:44,240 Been having a regular riot too. 892 01:25:44,273 --> 01:25:46,141 Isn't he, Gray? 893 01:25:48,944 --> 01:25:50,813 There was an accident. 894 01:25:53,115 --> 01:25:55,418 Bob and Matthew were killed. 895 01:26:00,989 --> 01:26:04,293 Sophie's been under a lot of strain lately. 896 01:26:04,327 --> 01:26:06,729 (LAUGHS) I've been under a lot of strain? 897 01:26:07,863 --> 01:26:09,665 Have you looked in a mirror lately? 898 01:26:12,768 --> 01:26:14,303 (LAUGHING) 899 01:26:14,337 --> 01:26:15,571 Sophie? 900 01:26:18,841 --> 01:26:21,076 Will you excuse my little friend? 901 01:26:21,109 --> 01:26:23,712 Sometimes she smokes too much of the Chinaman's pipe. 902 01:26:27,416 --> 01:26:29,552 Perhaps you find her amusing? 903 01:26:29,585 --> 01:26:32,288 Would you like a private room upstairs? 904 01:26:32,321 --> 01:26:36,024 Forty francs. Twenty for her, twenty for the linen. 905 01:26:36,058 --> 01:26:38,126 How dare you! 906 01:26:38,160 --> 01:26:40,696 -Why don't you just get the hell out of here! -Excuse me. 907 01:26:40,729 --> 01:26:42,231 You see, we're old friends of Sophie's. 908 01:26:42,265 --> 01:26:43,732 Then for you, 30 francs. 909 01:26:45,501 --> 01:26:47,236 Okay, deal. For 30 minutes. 910 01:26:47,270 --> 01:26:49,605 Come on, Larry, don't kid with Coco. 911 01:26:49,638 --> 01:26:52,308 He doesn't have much of a sense of humor. 912 01:26:53,476 --> 01:26:55,110 Got a clock, Coco? 913 01:26:55,143 --> 01:26:57,446 In my head, Monsieur. 914 01:26:57,480 --> 01:26:59,548 Doesn't leave room for much else, does it? 915 01:27:07,022 --> 01:27:08,257 Gee, you're right. 916 01:27:08,291 --> 01:27:09,725 You just can't kid with Coco. 917 01:27:26,074 --> 01:27:28,911 Let's call it an evening. Okay? 918 01:27:32,915 --> 01:27:34,383 (SPEAKS IN FRENCH) 919 01:27:40,623 --> 01:27:42,958 We'd like to go home, Joseph. 920 01:27:57,039 --> 01:27:59,675 Not so fast, you're our ride home. 921 01:27:59,708 --> 01:28:03,045 It occurred to me that I wouldn't have to pay for the linen at my place. 922 01:28:03,078 --> 01:28:04,447 (LAUGHS) 923 01:28:28,270 --> 01:28:30,406 Are you sure you both don't want to come back to our house? 924 01:28:30,439 --> 01:28:32,341 No, we'll be fine. Good night. 925 01:28:32,375 --> 01:28:33,609 Good night. 926 01:28:53,829 --> 01:28:55,631 Come on, let's run. 927 01:28:55,664 --> 01:28:57,466 (SOPHIE LAUGHS) 928 01:29:01,837 --> 01:29:03,539 SOPHIE: You got to run. 929 01:29:07,776 --> 01:29:09,745 Where the... (COUGHING) 930 01:29:10,946 --> 01:29:12,781 (PANTING) Here, here. Go ahead. 931 01:29:12,815 --> 01:29:15,584 Come on. Come on. 932 01:29:15,618 --> 01:29:17,720 Where the hell do you live anyway? 933 01:29:19,555 --> 01:29:21,624 This set of steps and one other. 934 01:29:21,657 --> 01:29:23,526 (SOPHIE PANTING) 935 01:29:25,193 --> 01:29:30,866 Hey, I didn't tell you about the incredible view that I have. 936 01:29:30,899 --> 01:29:33,335 You've never seen anything like it before. 937 01:29:33,368 --> 01:29:35,037 (SOPHIE PANTING) 938 01:29:36,739 --> 01:29:39,742 Larry, you don't know where I've been. 939 01:29:44,279 --> 01:29:47,583 Get up these stairs! 940 01:29:47,616 --> 01:29:48,917 Get up there. 941 01:29:50,919 --> 01:29:53,288 Come on, come on, come on! 942 01:29:53,321 --> 01:29:56,091 It's kind of a bachelor's place, but I'll go and straighten up. 943 01:29:56,124 --> 01:29:57,826 (SOPHIE COUGHING) 944 01:30:15,878 --> 01:30:17,846 Are we there? Are we there yet? 945 01:30:21,049 --> 01:30:23,952 Almost. Bring that up for me, will you? 946 01:30:33,729 --> 01:30:35,197 (COUGHING) 947 01:30:36,431 --> 01:30:38,433 (ORGAN MUSIC PLAYING) 948 01:30:47,275 --> 01:30:48,511 Oh? 949 01:30:54,449 --> 01:30:56,519 Romance, romance, huh? 950 01:31:00,489 --> 01:31:01,890 (COUGHING) 951 01:31:02,825 --> 01:31:05,160 Would you care to dance? 952 01:31:05,193 --> 01:31:06,729 SOPHIE: Mm. 953 01:31:37,459 --> 01:31:39,061 (SOPHIE SCREAMING) 954 01:31:39,094 --> 01:31:40,262 You know... 955 01:31:40,295 --> 01:31:43,298 It's getting very hard to find an apartment 956 01:31:43,331 --> 01:31:46,835 that doesn't have hot water but I've found this fabulous landlord. 957 01:31:46,869 --> 01:31:49,071 (SOPHIE GASPING) 958 01:31:49,104 --> 01:31:52,307 That is refreshing, isn't it? 959 01:31:52,340 --> 01:31:55,110 Oh, you bastard! 960 01:32:17,165 --> 01:32:18,300 Larry? 961 01:32:26,709 --> 01:32:28,143 Larry. 962 01:32:44,593 --> 01:32:46,261 Oh, thanks. 963 01:32:46,294 --> 01:32:47,930 Big trouble. 964 01:32:47,963 --> 01:32:49,765 Landlord's making me paint the place. 965 01:32:49,798 --> 01:32:50,966 You're gonna have to help. 966 01:32:50,999 --> 01:32:53,035 Paint? Yeah. 967 01:32:53,068 --> 01:32:56,004 Oh, yeah, okay. I'll be back in about an hour. 968 01:32:56,038 --> 01:32:58,240 Who do you think you're talking to? Mr. Coco? 969 01:32:58,273 --> 01:33:01,009 "I'll be back in an hour." "See you in sixty, Coke", huh? 970 01:33:01,043 --> 01:33:03,746 Larry, God damn it, I've got to go! 971 01:33:04,980 --> 01:33:06,882 What about last night, princess? 972 01:33:06,915 --> 01:33:09,151 Do you think that was for free? Phew. 973 01:33:09,184 --> 01:33:11,620 You're on the painting team, get it? 974 01:33:12,921 --> 01:33:14,923 You don't think I would give you 975 01:33:14,957 --> 01:33:17,826 your freedom if this painting thing hadn't come up? 976 01:33:28,303 --> 01:33:30,773 What do you think of white? 977 01:33:33,308 --> 01:33:34,309 Right. 978 01:34:48,583 --> 01:34:50,085 Pretty good. 979 01:34:58,761 --> 01:35:01,296 (SLOW DANCE MUSIC PLAYING) 980 01:35:24,619 --> 01:35:28,190 (IN FRENCH) Would you like something to drink, Miss? 981 01:35:29,257 --> 01:35:30,658 Nothing? 982 01:35:30,692 --> 01:35:32,127 No. Merci. 983 01:35:54,682 --> 01:35:56,451 (LAUGHING) 984 01:35:58,854 --> 01:36:00,923 Yes or no? Yes or no? 985 01:36:06,094 --> 01:36:07,695 You're not gonna like this either, are you? 986 01:36:07,729 --> 01:36:09,764 You don't like this, do you? You don't like it, do you? 987 01:36:17,772 --> 01:36:18,974 Now, that I like. 988 01:36:25,680 --> 01:36:27,850 Aye. You like exercise? 989 01:36:27,883 --> 01:36:29,885 You're gonna love our place. 990 01:36:29,918 --> 01:36:31,920 (HAWKERS SHOUTING) 991 01:36:37,492 --> 01:36:38,961 Hey, honey. 992 01:36:40,295 --> 01:36:43,098 I thought I'd whip you up some lunch. 993 01:36:44,967 --> 01:36:47,870 Aren't I the thoughtful, domestic type? 994 01:36:51,506 --> 01:36:52,875 You smell nice. 995 01:37:31,179 --> 01:37:33,916 (IN A HEAVY VOICE) Squaw, fix dinner. 996 01:37:33,949 --> 01:37:36,084 Okay. Nice job on canoe. 997 01:37:36,118 --> 01:37:37,585 Just one thing, chief. 998 01:37:37,619 --> 01:37:40,088 (LAUGHS) 999 01:37:40,122 --> 01:37:43,025 That's wet paint you're sitting on. 1000 01:38:16,591 --> 01:38:19,661 When Bob and the baby died, I... 1001 01:38:20,895 --> 01:38:24,032 I went to such a black place. 1002 01:38:32,374 --> 01:38:34,809 It was almost like... 1003 01:38:34,842 --> 01:38:36,979 Like I felt I deserved it or something. 1004 01:38:37,012 --> 01:38:38,813 I don't know why. 1005 01:38:38,846 --> 01:38:43,018 And then I was trying to justify it somehow. 1006 01:38:46,821 --> 01:38:51,326 Like, by proving to myself that I was a really bad person. 1007 01:38:51,359 --> 01:38:53,261 I did deserve it. 1008 01:38:57,099 --> 01:38:58,466 Jeez. 1009 01:39:00,735 --> 01:39:03,338 You've given me so much, Larry. 1010 01:39:05,407 --> 01:39:08,576 It's very easy to love someone like you. 1011 01:39:08,610 --> 01:39:09,944 Yeah. 1012 01:39:30,332 --> 01:39:31,799 Bonjour, Monsieur. 1013 01:39:31,833 --> 01:39:34,069 Monsieur Templeton. 1014 01:39:34,102 --> 01:39:36,204 I think we should have used the back door. 1015 01:39:36,238 --> 01:39:38,273 We'll probably have to use it to get out. 1016 01:39:39,807 --> 01:39:42,144 MAN: I think the market's doing very well. 1017 01:39:42,177 --> 01:39:44,746 Darling, your hand is perspiring. 1018 01:39:44,779 --> 01:39:47,582 Larry. You can drink if you want to. 1019 01:39:49,517 --> 01:39:51,419 Hi, Sophie. Hi. 1020 01:39:52,554 --> 01:39:54,722 Sophie, my dear, it's been far too long. 1021 01:39:54,756 --> 01:39:57,392 Mr. Templeton, you haven't changed a bit. 1022 01:39:57,425 --> 01:39:59,561 ELLIOT: Well, you certainly have. 1023 01:40:01,129 --> 01:40:02,597 I just mean that I don't recall you 1024 01:40:02,630 --> 01:40:05,433 being such a fibber about an old man's looks. 1025 01:40:05,467 --> 01:40:06,934 (CHUCKLES) 1026 01:40:06,968 --> 01:40:08,503 WAITER: Cocktail, Mr. Templeton? 1027 01:40:08,536 --> 01:40:12,807 No, thank you, Albert. I fear my drinking days are over. 1028 01:40:12,840 --> 01:40:17,845 Surely, a tear of Zubrowka could do monsieur no harm. 1029 01:40:17,879 --> 01:40:21,049 Zubrowka! We used to drink it at the Radziwill's 1030 01:40:21,083 --> 01:40:23,118 when I stayed there for a shooting. 1031 01:40:23,151 --> 01:40:25,253 I don't suppose a drop will hurt me. 1032 01:40:25,287 --> 01:40:27,021 Oh, we must all try some. 1033 01:40:37,632 --> 01:40:39,267 SOPHIE: Oh, not for me. Thanks. 1034 01:40:39,301 --> 01:40:41,236 Oh, my dear, you must. 1035 01:40:41,269 --> 01:40:43,738 No. Thanks anyway. 1036 01:40:43,771 --> 01:40:47,475 Ah, the herbs. It's like newly mown lavender. 1037 01:40:49,477 --> 01:40:51,546 Well, what shall we drink to? 1038 01:40:51,579 --> 01:40:54,582 We could drink to Sophie's and my wedding. 1039 01:40:56,818 --> 01:40:59,121 GRAY: That's swell! 1040 01:40:59,154 --> 01:41:01,523 Congratulations! 1041 01:41:01,556 --> 01:41:05,127 Golly! Imagine that! 1042 01:41:07,229 --> 01:41:10,064 When is the happy occasion? 1043 01:41:10,098 --> 01:41:12,234 We're going to do it Friday. 1044 01:41:13,835 --> 01:41:15,170 Friday? 1045 01:41:19,641 --> 01:41:21,476 Oh, I think that's wonderful. 1046 01:41:23,478 --> 01:41:26,248 I'd like to... 1047 01:41:26,281 --> 01:41:29,684 ...take you to Molyneux's after lunch and pick out your dress. 1048 01:41:29,717 --> 01:41:31,353 Gray and I would love to give it to you 1049 01:41:31,386 --> 01:41:33,621 as a wedding present, wouldn't we, darling? 1050 01:41:35,056 --> 01:41:36,391 Oh, you don't have to do that. 1051 01:41:36,424 --> 01:41:37,859 Oh, don't be silly. 1052 01:41:37,892 --> 01:41:41,863 I mean, after all, you two are our oldest friends. 1053 01:41:41,896 --> 01:41:45,133 Well, I really don't think it's gonna be that kind of wedding 1054 01:41:45,167 --> 01:41:47,535 where I'll need a new dress, right? 1055 01:41:47,569 --> 01:41:49,504 SOPHIE: So thanks anyway. Don't be stupid, Sophie! 1056 01:41:49,537 --> 01:41:52,174 You've got to wear something! You can't wear that! 1057 01:41:59,814 --> 01:42:01,249 Honey. 1058 01:42:02,717 --> 01:42:04,719 Honey... 1059 01:42:04,752 --> 01:42:07,522 Maybe Sophie doesn't want a new dress. 1060 01:42:18,400 --> 01:42:20,168 (SOFTLY) Okay. 1061 01:42:22,003 --> 01:42:23,671 That'll be nice. 1062 01:42:26,341 --> 01:42:27,609 Good. 1063 01:42:29,611 --> 01:42:31,145 We'll go after lunch. 1064 01:42:32,079 --> 01:42:33,681 Great. Well... 1065 01:42:36,284 --> 01:42:37,519 Cheers. 1066 01:42:45,260 --> 01:42:46,594 Oh. 1067 01:42:48,230 --> 01:42:49,664 Uncle Elliot, you were right. 1068 01:42:49,697 --> 01:42:52,567 That's the best thing I've ever tasted. 1069 01:42:52,600 --> 01:42:55,069 I don't mind simply looking at it. 1070 01:42:55,102 --> 01:42:57,705 I'll have Albert order up a bottle for the house. 1071 01:42:57,739 --> 01:42:59,607 You can take it with you. 1072 01:42:59,641 --> 01:43:04,412 Albert, have them place a bottle of this ambrosia in my car, please. 1073 01:43:04,446 --> 01:43:06,548 (ALBERT SPEAKING IN FRENCH) 1074 01:43:07,915 --> 01:43:10,952 It's like listening to music by moonlight. 1075 01:43:25,933 --> 01:43:27,402 Pretty nice place. 1076 01:43:27,435 --> 01:43:28,970 Oh, thank you. 1077 01:43:29,003 --> 01:43:30,805 Make yourself at home. I'm gonna check on the kids. 1078 01:43:30,838 --> 01:43:33,275 It's really Uncle Elliot. He's been incredible. 1079 01:43:33,308 --> 01:43:36,778 I don't know what we would have done without him. 1080 01:43:51,993 --> 01:43:54,796 Afraid I rearranged your knickknacks. 1081 01:43:57,164 --> 01:43:58,933 You want to break anything else, Soph? 1082 01:44:03,070 --> 01:44:06,508 Okay. Let's get this over with, huh? 1083 01:44:07,642 --> 01:44:09,444 I know all you really want is Larry. 1084 01:44:09,477 --> 01:44:12,280 That's ridiculous. 1085 01:44:12,314 --> 01:44:14,649 I think it's actually quite fitting that you two 1086 01:44:14,682 --> 01:44:17,585 found each other after all these years. 1087 01:44:18,920 --> 01:44:22,390 Isabel, I know you're in love with him. 1088 01:44:23,658 --> 01:44:25,327 You've always been in love with him. 1089 01:44:29,464 --> 01:44:31,966 I wonder who else has always been in love with him. 1090 01:44:31,999 --> 01:44:34,436 Hmm? 1091 01:44:34,469 --> 01:44:37,339 And what if I am in love with him? 1092 01:44:37,372 --> 01:44:39,774 And what if I can't see how in hell you're going to be able 1093 01:44:39,807 --> 01:44:42,310 to stand by him when things get tough? 1094 01:44:42,344 --> 01:44:43,911 How would you know? 1095 01:44:52,587 --> 01:44:54,789 When he wanted you, 1096 01:44:54,822 --> 01:44:56,223 you walked out on him. 1097 01:44:56,257 --> 01:44:58,025 I walked out on him? 1098 01:44:58,059 --> 01:45:00,261 Oh, no, I sacrificed myself for him. 1099 01:45:00,294 --> 01:45:03,130 Oh, come on, honey. 1100 01:45:03,164 --> 01:45:05,066 Honey. 1101 01:45:05,099 --> 01:45:08,803 You sacrificed yourself for a mink-fucking-coat, 1102 01:45:08,836 --> 01:45:11,606 and a set of monogrammed towels. 1103 01:45:11,639 --> 01:45:13,741 I wanted to be a wife and I wanted children. 1104 01:45:13,775 --> 01:45:16,544 Now, maybe that's something that you can't understand. 1105 01:45:16,578 --> 01:45:17,879 That's not true, Isabel. 1106 01:45:19,481 --> 01:45:20,882 Larry wanted to give you that. 1107 01:45:20,915 --> 01:45:21,716 (SCOFFS) 1108 01:45:21,749 --> 01:45:24,318 I was a good wife. 1109 01:45:25,387 --> 01:45:27,389 I was a good mother. 1110 01:45:28,590 --> 01:45:30,358 I'm gonna be one again. 1111 01:45:30,392 --> 01:45:33,628 Bob got you pregnant. You made the best of the situation. 1112 01:45:35,329 --> 01:45:36,998 Do you really think he was happy? 1113 01:45:40,668 --> 01:45:42,036 Oh, Sophie. 1114 01:45:46,408 --> 01:45:48,710 What can I say? 1115 01:45:48,743 --> 01:45:51,879 I just do not believe that you will not drag him down eventually. 1116 01:45:56,884 --> 01:45:58,453 You're drinking alone. 1117 01:46:02,957 --> 01:46:04,926 I haven't... 1118 01:46:04,959 --> 01:46:07,094 ...had a drink in three months. 1119 01:46:07,128 --> 01:46:09,063 That's great. 1120 01:46:09,096 --> 01:46:12,467 But you've wanted one, haven't you? 1121 01:46:12,500 --> 01:46:14,001 Haven't you? 1122 01:46:16,571 --> 01:46:18,906 And you will again and again. 1123 01:46:19,974 --> 01:46:21,476 (SIGHS) And again. 1124 01:46:21,509 --> 01:46:23,511 What about the drugs? 1125 01:46:23,545 --> 01:46:25,947 And what about everything else? 1126 01:46:29,316 --> 01:46:31,653 Larry helps me. 1127 01:46:31,686 --> 01:46:34,255 I know Larry helps you. (TELEPHONE RINGS) 1128 01:46:34,288 --> 01:46:36,057 JOSEPH: Hello, oui. 1129 01:46:37,625 --> 01:46:41,328 I can see him devoting the rest of his life to helping you. 1130 01:46:41,362 --> 01:46:44,566 And never whispering one word of regret ever. 1131 01:46:46,267 --> 01:46:48,335 Can't you? 1132 01:46:48,369 --> 01:46:50,538 Telephone, Mrs. Maturin. 1133 01:47:02,149 --> 01:47:04,452 ISABEL: Hello? Oh, yes. 1134 01:47:05,753 --> 01:47:08,856 This is Mrs. Maturin. Mm-hmm. 1135 01:47:08,890 --> 01:47:10,925 Oh, yes. 1136 01:47:10,958 --> 01:47:13,495 Oh, that's wonderful. Mm-hmm. 1137 01:47:34,115 --> 01:47:36,017 That was the children's dentist. 1138 01:47:37,719 --> 01:47:40,755 There's been a cancellation. 1139 01:47:40,788 --> 01:47:44,526 And I've been trying to get an appointment for weeks. 1140 01:47:44,559 --> 01:47:46,961 Wait for me, please. 1141 01:47:46,994 --> 01:47:49,997 Joseph will bring you some tea, and... 1142 01:47:50,031 --> 01:47:52,600 And when I get back, we'll go. 1143 01:47:53,701 --> 01:47:55,703 No. 1144 01:47:55,737 --> 01:47:57,338 Maybe some other time, huh? 1145 01:47:57,371 --> 01:47:59,173 No, Sophie. 1146 01:48:01,142 --> 01:48:03,945 If you're going to get married, then... 1147 01:48:03,978 --> 01:48:06,548 I'm going to buy you the dress. 1148 01:48:22,129 --> 01:48:23,631 Yes, madam? 1149 01:48:33,741 --> 01:48:35,209 Nothing. 1150 01:49:26,393 --> 01:49:28,562 (BOTH SPEAKING IN FRENCH) 1151 01:49:46,781 --> 01:49:48,983 (KNOCKING ON DOOR) 1152 01:49:49,016 --> 01:49:51,318 (BOTH SPEAKING IN FRENCH) 1153 01:50:46,440 --> 01:50:47,809 Come on, Sophie. 1154 01:50:49,376 --> 01:50:50,778 Leave me alone. 1155 01:50:53,948 --> 01:50:56,417 Can't you see? 1156 01:50:56,450 --> 01:50:59,721 I'm listening to music by moonlight. 1157 01:51:03,257 --> 01:51:04,726 Oh, Isabel. 1158 01:51:05,793 --> 01:51:08,129 You were so right. 1159 01:51:10,131 --> 01:51:12,299 She was right about everything, you know. 1160 01:51:14,268 --> 01:51:16,370 Let's go, Sophie. Shh. 1161 01:51:17,638 --> 01:51:18,973 Don't you hear the music? 1162 01:51:21,375 --> 01:51:23,144 No, I guess not. 1163 01:51:23,177 --> 01:51:25,713 All you ever hear are choirs of angels. 1164 01:51:27,681 --> 01:51:29,650 Well... 1165 01:51:29,683 --> 01:51:32,519 Coco here is my angel. 1166 01:51:32,553 --> 01:51:34,421 Aren't you, mon cheri? 1167 01:51:38,993 --> 01:51:40,361 Don't you want to go home? 1168 01:51:48,803 --> 01:51:50,171 Home? 1169 01:51:55,642 --> 01:51:58,679 This is my home. 1170 01:51:58,712 --> 01:52:00,481 I like it here. 1171 01:52:03,284 --> 01:52:05,352 Right here in Coco's lap. 1172 01:52:06,687 --> 01:52:08,823 It's the biggest... 1173 01:52:08,856 --> 01:52:11,058 ...warmest... 1174 01:52:11,092 --> 01:52:12,293 ...lap in town. 1175 01:52:13,460 --> 01:52:14,929 Want to feel it? 1176 01:52:18,499 --> 01:52:20,267 Why don't you just run along, Larry. 1177 01:52:23,604 --> 01:52:25,172 We don't need you here. 1178 01:52:25,206 --> 01:52:26,941 Nobody wants you here. 1179 01:52:36,683 --> 01:52:38,853 We just... 1180 01:52:41,956 --> 01:52:44,892 ...want to listen to music by moonlight. 1181 01:52:48,562 --> 01:52:50,697 SOPHIE: Larry! 1182 01:52:50,731 --> 01:52:51,833 No! Larry! 1183 01:52:51,866 --> 01:52:53,367 (COCO SPEAKING IN FRENCH) 1184 01:52:56,603 --> 01:52:58,239 (BOTH GRUNTING) 1185 01:53:22,563 --> 01:53:24,198 (SPEAKING IN FRENCH) 1186 01:53:31,772 --> 01:53:33,374 (DOOR KNOCKING) 1187 01:53:39,246 --> 01:53:41,949 (KNOCKING CONTINUES) 1188 01:53:54,328 --> 01:53:56,898 Monsieur Darrell, we are the police. 1189 01:54:01,802 --> 01:54:03,971 Yeah, I noticed your shoes. 1190 01:54:14,115 --> 01:54:16,683 We dragged her body from the river. 1191 01:54:16,717 --> 01:54:19,620 (IN FRENCH) Her throat was cut with a razor. 1192 01:54:23,857 --> 01:54:25,159 What? 1193 01:54:25,192 --> 01:54:27,861 Her throat was cut with a razor. 1194 01:54:29,196 --> 01:54:32,166 It could have been any one of her friends. 1195 01:54:32,199 --> 01:54:34,601 They are the vermin of the city. 1196 01:54:36,403 --> 01:54:39,540 What was your relationship to the deceased? 1197 01:54:50,884 --> 01:54:52,886 She was my fiancee. 1198 01:55:21,983 --> 01:55:24,251 (BELL TOLLING) 1199 01:56:07,494 --> 01:56:10,464 Good, Larry's here. Thank you, Your Grace. 1200 01:56:12,233 --> 01:56:14,535 Elliot's had a stroke. 1201 01:56:14,568 --> 01:56:18,072 The bishop just gave him the last rites. Isabel... 1202 01:56:18,105 --> 01:56:20,474 Isabel's in pretty bad shape. 1203 01:56:22,376 --> 01:56:25,046 Oh, Larry, he's going fast. 1204 01:56:26,347 --> 01:56:29,150 And I don't want him to die sad. 1205 01:56:29,183 --> 01:56:31,952 All his friends have forgotten him. 1206 01:56:31,985 --> 01:56:36,190 He waited for weeks for an invitation to Princess Novemalli's party. 1207 01:56:36,223 --> 01:56:38,792 I knew it wouldn't come. 1208 01:56:38,825 --> 01:56:41,595 People think him a silly man, Larry, but... 1209 01:56:41,628 --> 01:56:43,330 He's a good man. 1210 01:56:43,364 --> 01:56:45,332 And a generous one. 1211 01:56:48,135 --> 01:56:49,636 Excusez-moi. 1212 01:56:51,405 --> 01:56:53,407 (SPEAKING IN FRENCH) 1213 01:57:19,032 --> 01:57:20,934 Oh. 1214 01:57:20,967 --> 01:57:22,703 I'm gonna miss him so much. 1215 01:57:24,705 --> 01:57:27,574 I wish I'd been a better friend to him. 1216 01:57:31,845 --> 01:57:33,180 Like you were to Sophie? 1217 01:57:33,214 --> 01:57:34,715 Is she okay? 1218 01:57:36,850 --> 01:57:40,321 When I came back yesterday afternoon, she'd gone. 1219 01:57:41,522 --> 01:57:43,290 What happened to your face? 1220 01:57:43,324 --> 01:57:44,925 She's gone for good. 1221 01:57:44,958 --> 01:57:46,727 What? 1222 01:57:46,760 --> 01:57:49,296 She met up with some old friends, I guess. 1223 01:57:49,330 --> 01:57:50,931 They got her drinking Zubrowka. 1224 01:57:50,964 --> 01:57:53,634 One of them slit her throat and dropped her in the Seine. 1225 01:57:53,667 --> 01:57:55,035 Oh, my God! 1226 01:57:55,068 --> 01:57:59,240 I don't give a damn if they catch who killed her. 1227 01:57:59,273 --> 01:58:02,209 What I want to know is how you got her to take the first drink. 1228 01:58:05,078 --> 01:58:07,281 What'd you do, get her going on Bob and the baby? 1229 01:58:09,883 --> 01:58:11,652 Did you get her down and keep her there? 1230 01:58:18,225 --> 01:58:20,661 I broke this chair once. 1231 01:58:20,694 --> 01:58:22,129 (GASPS) 1232 01:58:22,163 --> 01:58:24,531 Because I couldn't spend the rest of my life with you. 1233 01:58:28,302 --> 01:58:31,572 Sooner or later, she would have let you down. 1234 01:58:31,605 --> 01:58:34,141 I wanted you to see that. 1235 01:58:34,175 --> 01:58:37,878 I've never stopped thinking about you. 1236 01:58:45,152 --> 01:58:46,487 I love you. 1237 01:58:52,259 --> 01:58:54,761 I just wanted you to be happy. 1238 01:58:54,795 --> 01:58:57,664 I didn't want anyone else to hurt you. 1239 01:59:05,806 --> 01:59:08,242 So you killed my fiancee for me? 1240 01:59:08,275 --> 01:59:10,677 Just like you killed my fiancee. 1241 01:59:11,912 --> 01:59:14,147 I was in love with Larry Darrell, 1242 01:59:14,181 --> 01:59:15,782 but you had to take him away 1243 01:59:15,816 --> 01:59:18,652 to go and find the meaning of his god damn life. 1244 01:59:23,657 --> 01:59:24,858 Honey... 1245 01:59:28,061 --> 01:59:29,396 I'm afraid you'd better come. 1246 02:00:09,470 --> 02:00:10,871 How you doing, Unc? 1247 02:00:15,542 --> 02:00:18,612 Life is full of ironies, isn't it, Darrell? 1248 02:00:19,980 --> 02:00:22,048 You know... 1249 02:00:22,082 --> 02:00:24,685 I spent my whole life... 1250 02:00:24,718 --> 02:00:27,454 ...among the great names of Europe. 1251 02:00:30,857 --> 02:00:33,327 Now I'm dying... 1252 02:00:33,360 --> 02:00:36,162 And who comes to see me but... 1253 02:00:36,196 --> 02:00:38,465 Well, I mean... 1254 02:00:40,967 --> 02:00:43,036 An itinerant... 1255 02:00:43,069 --> 02:00:44,237 Fish packer? 1256 02:00:44,271 --> 02:00:45,672 Fish packer. 1257 02:00:47,941 --> 02:00:49,476 (COUGHING) 1258 02:00:49,510 --> 02:00:51,044 Oh, I got some mail for you. 1259 02:00:51,077 --> 02:00:52,279 Huh? 1260 02:00:52,313 --> 02:00:53,714 LARRY: Some old buzzard came to the door 1261 02:00:53,747 --> 02:00:55,849 while I was downstairs raiding your icebox. 1262 02:00:55,882 --> 02:00:57,217 (ELLIOT COUGHS) 1263 02:00:57,250 --> 02:00:58,919 Who's Novemalli? 1264 02:01:01,988 --> 02:01:04,257 "Princess Novemalli. 1265 02:01:04,291 --> 02:01:06,560 "Kindly requests the..." 1266 02:01:06,593 --> 02:01:08,962 Costume party? Elliot! 1267 02:01:08,995 --> 02:01:11,565 You're not gonna get out that old rabbit outfit of yours, are you? 1268 02:01:13,900 --> 02:01:17,037 R.S.V.P. The princess's palace, I guess, Joe. 1269 02:01:22,108 --> 02:01:24,678 Get your pad, Joseph. We must reply. 1270 02:01:24,711 --> 02:01:26,212 Oh, not now, Uncle Elliot. 1271 02:01:26,246 --> 02:01:30,917 My dear, I've always been a man of the world. 1272 02:01:30,951 --> 02:01:35,255 And I see no reason to forget my manners now that I'm leaving it. 1273 02:01:35,288 --> 02:01:36,623 Are you ready, Joseph? 1274 02:01:36,657 --> 02:01:38,492 Oui, Monsieur. 1275 02:01:39,693 --> 02:01:41,928 Monsieur Elliot Templeton, 1276 02:01:43,163 --> 02:01:45,832 regrets he is unable 1277 02:01:45,866 --> 02:01:50,371 to accept Princess Novemalli's kind... 1278 02:01:50,404 --> 02:01:51,972 ...invitation. 1279 02:01:54,274 --> 02:01:57,911 Due to a previous engagement with his... 1280 02:01:57,944 --> 02:01:59,312 ...Blessed Lord. 1281 02:02:02,315 --> 02:02:03,884 The old bitch. 1282 02:02:04,985 --> 02:02:05,986 (GASPS) 1283 02:02:11,525 --> 02:02:13,594 (EXCLAIMS IN HORROR) 1284 02:02:17,097 --> 02:02:18,999 (ISABELA CRYING) 1285 02:02:51,197 --> 02:02:52,766 The children. 1286 02:03:00,340 --> 02:03:02,375 When Piedmont died... 1287 02:03:04,077 --> 02:03:06,647 I had to pay him back for my life. 1288 02:03:10,684 --> 02:03:14,154 I found out there's another debt to pay, 1289 02:03:14,187 --> 02:03:16,423 for the privilege of being alive. 1290 02:03:20,761 --> 02:03:22,463 I thought Sophie, 1291 02:03:22,496 --> 02:03:25,899 was my reward for trying to live a good life. 1292 02:03:32,539 --> 02:03:34,508 There is no payoff. 1293 02:03:37,578 --> 02:03:38,945 Not now. 1294 02:03:42,415 --> 02:03:44,651 Am I ever gonna see you again? 1295 02:03:47,420 --> 02:03:48,655 Isabel... 1296 02:03:49,690 --> 02:03:51,958 You just don't get it. 1297 02:03:54,795 --> 02:03:56,697 It doesn't matter. 1298 02:03:58,164 --> 02:03:59,900 It doesn't matter. 1299 02:04:33,767 --> 02:04:35,001 Is she okay? 1300 02:04:35,035 --> 02:04:37,704 She will be as soon as you go up. 1301 02:04:38,939 --> 02:04:41,374 What happened, Larry? 1302 02:04:41,407 --> 02:04:43,577 Isabel's gonna tell you. 1303 02:04:44,811 --> 02:04:46,780 You know something? 1304 02:04:48,048 --> 02:04:51,184 You two are the best friends I've ever had. 1305 02:04:51,217 --> 02:04:54,120 Gray, that's just the luck of the draw. 1306 02:04:55,388 --> 02:04:57,090 Oh, I tell you... 1307 02:04:59,425 --> 02:05:01,027 See you. Yeah. 1308 02:05:07,968 --> 02:05:10,070 Hey, pal, that's my coat. 1309 02:05:13,974 --> 02:05:16,009 Don't worry, I'm leaving. 1310 02:05:16,042 --> 02:05:18,612 Where are you going now, Larry? 1311 02:05:19,646 --> 02:05:20,981 I'm going home. 1312 02:05:21,014 --> 02:05:23,650 But where is your home, Larry? 1313 02:05:27,320 --> 02:05:27,387 America. 85567

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