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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 00:05:24,074 --> 00:05:26,030 You're late, number three. 4 00:05:26,326 --> 00:05:27,326 Sorry. 5 00:05:34,376 --> 00:05:35,536 Sorry's not good enough. 6 00:05:37,712 --> 00:05:38,417 Where's number five? 7 00:05:38,713 --> 00:05:40,203 I think his dad's on to him. 8 00:05:40,507 --> 00:05:41,587 On to him or not, 9 00:05:41,883 --> 00:05:43,623 his responsibility is to us. 10 00:05:46,096 --> 00:05:47,096 Ready? 11 00:05:47,848 --> 00:05:49,133 All right then, over here. 12 00:05:52,644 --> 00:05:54,475 Get round that end. 13 00:06:14,666 --> 00:06:15,325 God! 14 00:06:15,625 --> 00:06:16,625 Look at that. 15 00:06:18,003 --> 00:06:19,856 I thought it was locked up with the other medical books. 16 00:06:19,880 --> 00:06:20,915 It was. 17 00:06:21,214 --> 00:06:21,828 Father keeps the key 18 00:06:22,132 --> 00:06:24,088 in a little secret drawer in his desk. 19 00:06:25,093 --> 00:06:28,210 There are keys to all sorts of things in that drawer. 20 00:06:28,513 --> 00:06:29,513 Oh. 21 00:06:29,723 --> 00:06:30,257 Yuck. 22 00:06:30,557 --> 00:06:31,557 Wow. 23 00:06:33,143 --> 00:06:34,143 Whoal 24 00:06:35,478 --> 00:06:37,560 is that how it's done then? 25 00:06:37,856 --> 00:06:39,221 Wait, wait, wait. 26 00:06:39,524 --> 00:06:40,058 Wow. 27 00:06:40,358 --> 00:06:42,974 God, god, just look at that. 28 00:06:43,278 --> 00:06:43,812 On. 29 00:06:44,112 --> 00:06:46,273 Doesn't look as if they're enjoying it much. 30 00:06:47,866 --> 00:06:48,525 Hold on, hold on. 31 00:06:48,825 --> 00:06:49,359 Not so... 32 00:06:49,659 --> 00:06:50,659 Hey. 33 00:06:50,702 --> 00:06:52,613 You bloody twits! 34 00:06:53,914 --> 00:06:54,914 Is that all you can do? 35 00:06:55,040 --> 00:06:56,100 Well, what do you expect? 36 00:06:56,124 --> 00:06:57,489 Come on, let's see the rest. 37 00:06:57,792 --> 00:06:59,953 I expect a little intellect. 38 00:07:01,296 --> 00:07:04,629 I'm ashamed of you, all of you. 39 00:07:04,925 --> 00:07:08,634 I hope your boyish curiosity about such trivia is satisfied. 40 00:07:10,096 --> 00:07:13,213 I can see there's a long way to go before you're ready. 41 00:07:13,516 --> 00:07:14,516 Any of you. 42 00:07:15,560 --> 00:07:16,560 Idiots! 43 00:07:22,859 --> 00:07:27,728 Bloody idiots! 44 00:07:36,831 --> 00:07:38,287 Jonathan. 45 00:07:38,583 --> 00:07:39,903 Just stay right there, young man. 46 00:07:40,919 --> 00:07:41,919 Mrs. Osborne. 47 00:07:50,095 --> 00:07:51,095 He's been out again. 48 00:07:53,848 --> 00:07:56,089 Oh, Jon-0, Jon-o0, Jon-o. 49 00:07:58,228 --> 00:08:00,059 That's twice in the last week. 50 00:08:05,235 --> 00:08:05,940 Where do you go? 51 00:08:06,236 --> 00:08:08,101 Just to the beach, mother. 52 00:08:08,405 --> 00:08:09,405 With whom? 53 00:08:10,657 --> 00:08:12,818 Who do you meet there? 54 00:08:13,118 --> 00:08:14,118 No one. 55 00:08:14,411 --> 00:08:15,411 You're lying. 56 00:08:15,662 --> 00:08:17,368 No one, honest. 57 00:08:17,664 --> 00:08:19,200 Go to your room this instant. 58 00:08:19,499 --> 00:08:20,499 Quick march. 59 00:08:22,377 --> 00:08:24,834 I have lost all Patience with you, Jonathan. 60 00:08:26,423 --> 00:08:27,423 Give me the key. 61 00:08:29,592 --> 00:08:31,173 This door will be locked tonight 62 00:08:31,469 --> 00:08:32,629 and every night for a month. 63 00:08:33,888 --> 00:08:35,253 I will not have this lying! 64 00:08:36,975 --> 00:08:39,307 Do you hear me, I won't have it. 65 00:08:56,161 --> 00:08:58,618 Good night, Elisabeth. 66 00:08:58,913 --> 00:09:00,473 Good night, Mrs. Osborne. 67 00:09:14,179 --> 00:09:15,794 The chief is right. 68 00:09:16,097 --> 00:09:19,840 The behavior of adults is awful at times. 69 00:09:20,143 --> 00:09:21,849 Subjected to cruel questioning. 70 00:09:24,522 --> 00:09:25,522 The chief's identity 71 00:09:25,732 --> 00:09:28,895 must remain secret at all costs. 72 00:09:29,194 --> 00:09:30,434 I've been locked in my room. 73 00:09:31,988 --> 00:09:33,728 The chief brought a book tonight. 74 00:09:35,325 --> 00:09:36,325 It had, 75 00:09:38,661 --> 00:09:39,661 it was... 76 00:09:46,753 --> 00:09:47,412 Good morning. 77 00:09:47,712 --> 00:09:48,712 Good morning, Jonathan. 78 00:09:49,881 --> 00:09:52,247 Here's your porridge, there's rolls in the oven. 79 00:09:55,428 --> 00:09:56,964 Good morning, Jon-o. 80 00:09:57,263 --> 00:09:58,491 There's some chicken in the fridge. 81 00:09:58,515 --> 00:09:59,800 We'll be away most of the day. 82 00:10:00,100 --> 00:10:01,900 The boys are going over to blackpool sands. 83 00:10:02,102 --> 00:10:03,102 I thought... 84 00:10:15,073 --> 00:10:19,487 Jon-0, you will spend today inside this house, 85 00:10:19,786 --> 00:10:23,074 doing your homework and putting your room in order. 86 00:10:23,373 --> 00:10:25,864 Woe betide you if you step one foot outside the door. 87 00:10:27,293 --> 00:10:28,293 Do you understand me? 88 00:10:40,807 --> 00:10:42,297 May I have my kiss? 89 00:14:04,927 --> 00:14:06,508 Wonder if I am being too hard? 90 00:14:07,472 --> 00:14:09,463 If you'll excuse me, Mrs. Osborne, 91 00:14:09,766 --> 00:14:12,849 I sometimes think you're not being hard enough on the lad. 92 00:14:13,144 --> 00:14:14,680 He has a mind of his own, that one. 93 00:14:16,105 --> 00:14:18,221 You'll have to hold a tight rein, 94 00:14:18,524 --> 00:14:20,685 tight rein for his own good. 95 00:15:06,948 --> 00:15:08,313 Damn, damn, damn. 96 00:15:25,341 --> 00:15:26,456 Good morning, Richard. 97 00:15:26,759 --> 00:15:28,044 Good morning. 98 00:15:28,344 --> 00:15:28,878 Good morning, Mary. 99 00:15:29,178 --> 00:15:30,338 Good morning, Mrs. Osborne. 100 00:15:32,932 --> 00:15:34,263 Who forgot the alarm? 101 00:15:34,559 --> 00:15:35,594 Sorry, it's my fault. 102 00:15:39,939 --> 00:15:41,600 Bad night, moppet? 103 00:15:41,899 --> 00:15:42,558 Oh, dear. 104 00:15:42,859 --> 00:15:44,440 Does it show that much? 105 00:15:46,195 --> 00:15:48,402 The vicissitudes of puberty. 106 00:15:50,074 --> 00:15:51,074 Yours? 107 00:15:51,784 --> 00:15:52,944 Jonathan's and mine. 108 00:15:54,412 --> 00:15:56,653 So this is the lot? 109 00:15:56,956 --> 00:15:57,956 Yes. 110 00:15:58,124 --> 00:15:59,159 This looks interesting. 111 00:16:05,298 --> 00:16:06,538 I like that very much. 112 00:16:07,842 --> 00:16:12,677 Have a look at the regency. 113 00:16:12,972 --> 00:16:16,590 Rosewood, and all the brass inlay is intact. 114 00:16:20,438 --> 00:16:21,438 Mmm! 115 00:16:21,522 --> 00:16:23,854 How much did we have to pay for this? 116 00:16:24,150 --> 00:16:25,435 Lot 278. 117 00:16:29,489 --> 00:16:31,320 Oh, clever, Richard, aren't you? 118 00:16:31,616 --> 00:16:33,026 Astute would be more accurate. 119 00:16:37,580 --> 00:16:40,071 Well now, we'll just have to see 120 00:16:40,374 --> 00:16:42,740 how outrageous we can be with the London buyers. 121 00:17:00,228 --> 00:17:01,343 I must say, Jon-o, 122 00:17:01,646 --> 00:17:03,807 I have never seen your room in such good order. 123 00:17:07,652 --> 00:17:08,732 Homework easy? 124 00:17:11,739 --> 00:17:13,195 What else did you do today? 125 00:17:13,491 --> 00:17:15,447 Got into my book on flag signals. 126 00:17:15,743 --> 00:17:16,743 Pick a color. 127 00:17:17,662 --> 00:17:18,662 Red. 128 00:17:18,871 --> 00:17:19,871 Right. 129 00:17:19,914 --> 00:17:20,994 A red burgee means 130 00:17:21,290 --> 00:17:24,077 I'm taking in or discharging explosives. 131 00:17:24,377 --> 00:17:26,914 Red and white quartered, you're standing into danger. 132 00:17:27,213 --> 00:17:28,828 Red-yellow, man overboard. 133 00:17:31,050 --> 00:17:32,506 That's very good, Jon. 134 00:17:34,971 --> 00:17:35,971 Black or white? 135 00:17:36,847 --> 00:17:39,008 Oh, uh, black. 136 00:17:39,308 --> 00:17:39,797 Black too. 137 00:17:40,101 --> 00:17:41,181 You'll have chocolate. 138 00:17:46,524 --> 00:17:47,524 Uh, 139 00:17:49,735 --> 00:17:53,398 you cheat just like your father did. 140 00:17:53,698 --> 00:17:54,698 Do you still miss him? 141 00:17:56,659 --> 00:17:57,659 Yes. 142 00:18:00,329 --> 00:18:01,329 Very much. 143 00:18:04,083 --> 00:18:05,083 You? 144 00:18:05,376 --> 00:18:07,082 I dream about him sometimes. 145 00:18:07,378 --> 00:18:08,743 Good dreams or bad? 146 00:18:09,046 --> 00:18:10,206 Good. 147 00:18:10,506 --> 00:18:13,714 We're in the dinghy fishing, walking along the beach. 148 00:18:17,930 --> 00:18:19,591 Whose go is it? 149 00:18:19,890 --> 00:18:20,890 Mine. 150 00:18:25,938 --> 00:18:26,938 Jonathan, have you got 151 00:18:27,064 --> 00:18:28,645 nothing to tell me about last night? 152 00:18:31,360 --> 00:18:32,360 Nothing at all? 153 00:18:34,947 --> 00:18:37,029 It, it would be telling. 154 00:18:38,200 --> 00:18:39,200 On whom, Jon-0? 155 00:18:40,745 --> 00:18:41,745 I'm sorry, mother. 156 00:18:46,083 --> 00:18:47,083 Please. 157 00:20:36,652 --> 00:20:41,021 Amoeba proteus, belonging to the sub-kingdom protozoa. 158 00:20:42,199 --> 00:20:47,068 It feeds by phagocytosis ingesting minute plants 159 00:20:47,371 --> 00:20:50,829 such as desmids or small organic fragments. 160 00:20:54,211 --> 00:20:57,328 It multiplies by the simplest form 161 00:20:57,631 --> 00:21:00,498 of asexual reproduction called fission. 162 00:21:02,386 --> 00:21:06,800 When conditions are good, amoeba enlarges rapidly, 163 00:21:08,225 --> 00:21:13,140 ceases activity and forms itself into a round shape. 164 00:21:16,901 --> 00:21:18,892 The process is as follows, 165 00:21:19,862 --> 00:21:22,353 the pseudopodia come together 166 00:21:22,656 --> 00:21:25,864 drawing food down into a food vacuole 167 00:21:26,160 --> 00:21:29,778 formed by the enclosure of environmental water. 168 00:21:30,956 --> 00:21:33,197 Once trapped and enclosed, 169 00:21:33,501 --> 00:21:35,537 digestion of food begins. 170 00:21:36,504 --> 00:21:41,214 Amoeba live and move with the tips of several 171 00:21:41,509 --> 00:21:44,751 pseudopodia in contact with the substrate. 172 00:21:53,270 --> 00:21:54,851 Who did it? 173 00:21:55,147 --> 00:21:56,147 Answer Mel 174 00:21:57,983 --> 00:21:58,983 stop it! 175 00:22:15,000 --> 00:22:17,332 You look like a bloody easter egg. 176 00:22:17,628 --> 00:22:19,084 You do now, you really do. 177 00:22:19,380 --> 00:22:20,380 It's not funny. 178 00:22:20,589 --> 00:22:22,921 When I call a meeting, it means everyone. 179 00:22:23,217 --> 00:22:25,503 I expect you to remember that next time, number five. 180 00:22:25,803 --> 00:22:28,169 I tried to get out, I got caught. 181 00:22:28,472 --> 00:22:30,303 I'm not interested in your excuses. 182 00:22:30,599 --> 00:22:31,639 I'll never get this off! 183 00:22:33,769 --> 00:22:35,179 Punishment completed. 184 00:22:35,479 --> 00:22:37,561 We meet Friday after school at my house. 185 00:22:38,691 --> 00:22:40,522 I advise you to be there, number five. 186 00:22:41,569 --> 00:22:42,729 I advise all of you. 187 00:22:50,870 --> 00:22:51,529 The chief says 188 00:22:51,829 --> 00:22:54,411 we must have strong, hard hearts. 189 00:22:55,583 --> 00:22:56,583 He's right. 190 00:22:57,668 --> 00:22:59,329 I sometimes think of my heart 191 00:23:00,254 --> 00:23:02,836 as an anchor of stainless steel 192 00:23:03,132 --> 00:23:05,794 that sinks into the mud of the estuary, 193 00:23:06,093 --> 00:23:09,130 into the broken glass and tins and bottle cans. 194 00:23:10,264 --> 00:23:13,677 Pure, shiny, never rusting. 195 00:23:17,938 --> 00:23:21,021 Last night, mother stood for the longest moment 196 00:23:22,276 --> 00:23:23,482 looking out to sea. 197 00:23:25,654 --> 00:23:26,894 Then something happened. 198 00:23:28,824 --> 00:23:30,064 I can't explain. 199 00:23:32,036 --> 00:23:33,822 It was strange, 200 00:23:35,539 --> 00:23:37,029 sad. 201 00:25:44,501 --> 00:25:45,866 What's about Mr. wickstead? 202 00:25:46,170 --> 00:25:47,170 Gone for the day. 203 00:25:47,212 --> 00:25:48,918 And father's at his surgery. 204 00:25:49,214 --> 00:25:50,420 Don't worry, we'll be alone. 205 00:26:17,993 --> 00:26:18,993 Number two? 206 00:26:29,421 --> 00:26:30,421 All right then. 207 00:26:31,590 --> 00:26:33,000 Topics for discussion. 208 00:26:35,594 --> 00:26:36,594 Suggestions? 209 00:26:39,098 --> 00:26:40,884 Loyalty amongst friends. 210 00:26:42,476 --> 00:26:46,264 How about headmaster's nose? 211 00:26:46,563 --> 00:26:47,928 How about his ass? 212 00:26:49,525 --> 00:26:50,525 Idiots. 213 00:26:51,902 --> 00:26:53,893 What about the power of the sea? 214 00:26:54,196 --> 00:26:55,231 My god, number three. 215 00:26:55,531 --> 00:26:57,567 You're the romantic, aren't you? 216 00:27:05,249 --> 00:27:08,286 The pure and perfect order of the world. 217 00:27:12,673 --> 00:27:13,673 Comments? 218 00:27:15,843 --> 00:27:17,333 Didn't think so. 219 00:27:17,636 --> 00:27:18,636 Very well. 220 00:27:20,389 --> 00:27:21,925 The world is like 221 00:27:22,224 --> 00:27:24,135 amoeba proteus eating its victim. 222 00:27:25,435 --> 00:27:28,552 Now, do you think that the amoeba worries 223 00:27:28,856 --> 00:27:31,768 that its victim might not like being eaten? 224 00:27:33,735 --> 00:27:35,225 Ridiculous! 225 00:27:35,529 --> 00:27:37,815 That would mean it has a sense of right and wrong. 226 00:27:38,782 --> 00:27:42,070 A sense of what adults called morality. 227 00:27:42,369 --> 00:27:44,576 I'm telling you, there's no such thing. 228 00:27:45,581 --> 00:27:48,163 Morality is nothing more than a set of rules 229 00:27:48,458 --> 00:27:50,790 adults have invented to protect themselves. 230 00:27:51,879 --> 00:27:53,710 A set of rules for the weak. 231 00:28:00,512 --> 00:28:02,468 You see, if you're strong, 232 00:28:05,976 --> 00:28:09,560 really strong, you don't need protection. 233 00:28:14,067 --> 00:28:14,726 You're not afraid of a world 234 00:28:15,027 --> 00:28:18,815 where the only reality is life feeding life, 235 00:28:20,782 --> 00:28:25,116 weak life feeding strong life. 236 00:28:30,792 --> 00:28:32,783 Like that amoeba. 237 00:28:33,086 --> 00:28:36,670 It's pure and perfect. 238 00:28:38,217 --> 00:28:40,959 It acts the way it does because of what it is. 239 00:28:45,807 --> 00:28:47,718 We have to be like that. 240 00:28:49,686 --> 00:28:51,347 And there's only one way to do it. 241 00:28:55,776 --> 00:28:59,644 Break the rules one by one. 242 00:29:04,159 --> 00:29:05,159 Case in point. 243 00:29:06,536 --> 00:29:08,026 You might not believe it, 244 00:29:08,330 --> 00:29:09,695 but poor old Cedric 245 00:29:09,998 --> 00:29:11,784 here used to hunt for his food in the woods. 246 00:29:13,168 --> 00:29:15,329 But now he's in the house almost continually. 247 00:29:19,216 --> 00:29:20,626 He no longer hunts. 248 00:29:20,926 --> 00:29:22,166 He's lost his purity, 249 00:29:23,428 --> 00:29:25,214 his sense of the order of things, 250 00:29:25,514 --> 00:29:28,347 betrayed them for a saucer of warm milk 251 00:29:28,642 --> 00:29:30,382 and a rub behind the ear. 252 00:29:30,686 --> 00:29:35,430 What you see here is a fat, soft cat posing as life. 253 00:29:40,946 --> 00:29:41,946 Do you understand? 254 00:29:45,367 --> 00:29:47,323 My god! 255 00:29:48,829 --> 00:29:50,319 My god, you're thick! 256 00:29:52,040 --> 00:29:54,247 Bloody cretins, the lot of youl! 257 00:29:54,543 --> 00:29:57,535 You don't have any idea of what I'm talking about, 258 00:29:57,838 --> 00:29:58,838 do you? 259 00:29:59,923 --> 00:30:00,923 Do you? 260 00:30:03,010 --> 00:30:04,010 Get out. 261 00:30:06,596 --> 00:30:08,086 Go on, get out! 262 00:30:08,390 --> 00:30:11,302 You'll never understand me, any of you! 263 00:30:11,601 --> 00:30:12,636 Stupid! 264 00:30:12,936 --> 00:30:13,470 Stupid! 265 00:30:13,770 --> 00:30:14,770 Stupid! 266 00:30:44,676 --> 00:30:46,086 She's a big one! 267 00:30:49,348 --> 00:30:50,588 I'll be right back. 268 00:31:21,046 --> 00:31:22,707 When did she come in? 269 00:31:23,006 --> 00:31:25,292 Came in this morning when you were at school. 270 00:31:25,592 --> 00:31:27,958 Oh, mother, I love you. 271 00:31:28,261 --> 00:31:29,261 Thank you. 272 00:31:30,180 --> 00:31:31,386 I love you too. 273 00:31:39,731 --> 00:31:41,016 The captain's busy, 274 00:31:41,316 --> 00:31:42,681 Mr. Cameron will take care of you. 275 00:31:42,984 --> 00:31:43,984 Thank you. 276 00:31:48,824 --> 00:31:49,824 Yes? 277 00:31:54,538 --> 00:31:57,371 I'm Anne Osborne and this is my son Jonathan. 278 00:31:59,501 --> 00:32:01,617 I have a note from Mr. Chapman, 279 00:32:01,920 --> 00:32:03,126 the harbormaster. 280 00:32:14,141 --> 00:32:16,382 You want a kind of a tour? 281 00:32:16,685 --> 00:32:18,266 Well, yes, if you're not too busy. 282 00:32:20,355 --> 00:32:21,765 Guess I can show you around. 283 00:32:22,732 --> 00:32:23,391 Thank you. 284 00:32:23,692 --> 00:32:24,692 Watch your step. 285 00:32:26,403 --> 00:32:27,563 Ladder's kind of slippery. 286 00:32:39,374 --> 00:32:40,374 Exhaust piston. 287 00:32:55,599 --> 00:33:00,514 Bnw, 752,000, two-stroke. 288 00:33:01,521 --> 00:33:02,761 What? 289 00:33:03,064 --> 00:33:05,180 Bnw 750s. 290 00:33:13,909 --> 00:33:15,149 What happened? 291 00:33:15,452 --> 00:33:16,932 We cracked a sonar liner last night 292 00:33:17,120 --> 00:33:18,530 at about 10 miles out. 293 00:33:18,830 --> 00:33:20,411 Where were you going? 294 00:33:20,707 --> 00:33:21,241 Plymouth. 295 00:33:21,541 --> 00:33:22,701 We were lucky to get in here. 296 00:33:23,251 --> 00:33:24,251 That way. 297 00:33:30,634 --> 00:33:32,170 Boy knows this stuff, doesn't he? 298 00:33:35,847 --> 00:33:37,712 Does he want to be a deep water sailor? 299 00:33:43,104 --> 00:33:44,435 Well, it's a miserable life. 300 00:34:29,943 --> 00:34:32,434 We've coming up starboard fast. 301 00:34:32,737 --> 00:34:33,817 Hard left, mister. 302 00:34:34,114 --> 00:34:35,149 Hard left. 303 00:34:35,448 --> 00:34:36,654 That's it. 304 00:34:36,950 --> 00:34:39,908 Half a head, now all stop. 305 00:34:41,162 --> 00:34:42,902 Did I do all right? 306 00:34:43,206 --> 00:34:44,206 Great. 307 00:34:44,874 --> 00:34:48,082 Just aim for the light of the lighthouse. 308 00:34:49,254 --> 00:34:51,415 Thank you very much, Mr. Cameron. 309 00:34:51,715 --> 00:34:52,830 It was wonderful. 310 00:34:53,133 --> 00:34:54,248 Don't mention it. 311 00:34:54,551 --> 00:34:57,293 Thank you, it was very good of you. 312 00:34:57,596 --> 00:34:58,130 Pleasure. 313 00:34:58,430 --> 00:34:59,135 Good bye. 314 00:34:59,431 --> 00:35:00,431 Bye. 315 00:35:04,102 --> 00:35:07,435 Mr. Cameron, I know all this was an imposition, 316 00:35:08,815 --> 00:35:09,815 and I'd like, 317 00:35:11,109 --> 00:35:12,519 well, I'd like to show my gratitude 318 00:35:12,819 --> 00:35:14,650 by inviting you to dinner tonight, 319 00:35:14,946 --> 00:35:15,946 if you're free. 320 00:35:17,449 --> 00:35:19,485 It is Mrs. Osborne, isn't it? 321 00:35:19,784 --> 00:35:21,445 I am a widow, Mr. Cameron. 322 00:35:23,538 --> 00:35:25,153 I've got watch six to eight. 323 00:35:26,249 --> 00:35:27,864 Five past eight on the quay? 324 00:35:56,863 --> 00:35:58,524 And she had marconi type radar 325 00:35:58,823 --> 00:36:01,439 and vhf on the bridge and smoke detectors. 326 00:36:01,743 --> 00:36:02,778 And the depth finder 327 00:36:03,078 --> 00:36:04,443 and the sonar, beep, beep, beep! 328 00:36:05,997 --> 00:36:06,997 And the autopilot. 329 00:36:08,416 --> 00:36:10,156 And the barigrade! 330 00:36:10,460 --> 00:36:10,994 Barograph. 331 00:36:11,294 --> 00:36:11,999 Oh, whatever. 332 00:36:12,295 --> 00:36:13,648 That's to measure up the straight pressure. 333 00:36:13,672 --> 00:36:16,709 And Mr. Cameron, he's splendid, isn't he? 334 00:36:17,008 --> 00:36:18,123 Splendid! 335 00:36:18,426 --> 00:36:19,586 The belle, that's her name. 336 00:36:19,719 --> 00:36:21,505 Isn't she super? 337 00:36:21,805 --> 00:36:22,805 She's super! 338 00:36:23,765 --> 00:36:25,630 Well, I'm away to my sister's. 339 00:36:25,934 --> 00:36:27,219 I'll see you Monday morning. 340 00:36:27,519 --> 00:36:28,554 All right. 341 00:36:28,853 --> 00:36:29,853 Give her my regards. 342 00:36:29,896 --> 00:36:30,896 Bye, Mrs. Palmer. 343 00:36:31,147 --> 00:36:31,727 Oh, bye. 344 00:36:32,023 --> 00:36:33,023 And you behave yourself. 345 00:36:33,274 --> 00:36:34,274 1 will. 346 00:36:35,527 --> 00:36:38,109 Did you see the scar above his eye? 347 00:36:38,405 --> 00:36:40,270 Bet he got it knife-fighting. 348 00:36:40,573 --> 00:36:41,983 I bet anything! 349 00:36:42,283 --> 00:36:43,363 Fantastic! 350 00:36:43,660 --> 00:36:44,660 Fantastic! 351 00:36:47,372 --> 00:36:50,034 Mother, thank you for today. 352 00:36:50,333 --> 00:36:51,823 Thank you very much. 353 00:36:52,127 --> 00:36:54,459 Hey, you're welcome. 354 00:36:55,755 --> 00:36:57,336 You're welcome very much. 355 00:37:04,597 --> 00:37:05,962 Your bill, sir. 356 00:37:06,266 --> 00:37:07,597 I hope you enjoyed your meal. 357 00:37:07,892 --> 00:37:08,426 We did. 358 00:37:08,727 --> 00:37:10,183 Thank you very much. 359 00:37:19,028 --> 00:37:21,110 He was such a patient man. 360 00:37:23,450 --> 00:37:25,315 It happened quite suddenly. 361 00:37:25,618 --> 00:37:28,906 Two days, some kind of occlusion. 362 00:37:31,624 --> 00:37:33,160 Whenever he gained consciousness, 363 00:37:34,335 --> 00:37:36,747 he'd smile and apologize for being ill. 364 00:37:38,548 --> 00:37:39,788 When he felt it coming on, 365 00:37:41,217 --> 00:37:43,424 he just said goodbye, simply, 366 00:37:45,346 --> 00:37:47,462 as though he were taking the next train to London. 367 00:37:51,352 --> 00:37:54,515 Anyway, I took over the shop. 368 00:37:57,484 --> 00:37:59,941 Life here can be a bit claustrophobic at times 369 00:38:00,236 --> 00:38:03,569 but there's always the countryside and the sea. 370 00:38:10,330 --> 00:38:13,663 Strange, I haven't spoken of any of these things 371 00:38:13,958 --> 00:38:15,414 to anybody since David died. 372 00:38:19,589 --> 00:38:22,126 That was over three and a half years ago. 373 00:38:23,635 --> 00:38:26,126 There's a signal that's sent between 374 00:38:26,429 --> 00:38:27,839 vessels passing on the high seas. 375 00:38:33,895 --> 00:38:34,895 Where bound? 376 00:38:51,579 --> 00:38:52,979 Jonathan's convinced that you got 377 00:38:53,206 --> 00:38:54,491 that scar in a knife fight. 378 00:38:57,961 --> 00:38:59,076 What's your name? 379 00:38:59,379 --> 00:39:00,379 Jim. 380 00:39:01,756 --> 00:39:05,749 I ran into a hatch after a three-day drunk in Panama. 381 00:39:14,018 --> 00:39:17,010 We had a little place just outside of Topeka, Kansas. 382 00:39:18,189 --> 00:39:19,269 You know where that is? 383 00:39:21,442 --> 00:39:23,808 Just about 2,000 miles from the nearest ocean. 384 00:39:25,029 --> 00:39:27,111 What made you go to sea, then? 385 00:39:27,407 --> 00:39:28,407 Just that, I guess. 386 00:39:29,909 --> 00:39:31,774 Long nights on a farm reading 387 00:39:32,078 --> 00:39:34,785 Jack London, Conrad, 388 00:39:36,332 --> 00:39:37,993 people doing things I'd never done, 389 00:39:39,544 --> 00:39:40,624 places I'd never seen. 390 00:39:43,673 --> 00:39:46,039 The sea to me was the unknown, 391 00:39:47,010 --> 00:39:48,625 like deep space. 392 00:39:50,138 --> 00:39:51,503 If you work the land, 393 00:39:51,806 --> 00:39:54,218 you accept its limits, boundaries. 394 00:39:57,312 --> 00:39:58,768 You're buried where you're born. 395 00:40:00,231 --> 00:40:03,348 Anyway, one day I knew that. 396 00:40:04,360 --> 00:40:05,691 I knew it was time to leave. 397 00:40:07,447 --> 00:40:08,567 And it was good for a while. 398 00:40:11,159 --> 00:40:12,159 And then? 399 00:40:12,452 --> 00:40:13,612 It's crazy. 400 00:40:13,912 --> 00:40:15,402 You get the land that never changes 401 00:40:15,705 --> 00:40:17,286 and the sea's never the same. 402 00:40:20,001 --> 00:40:21,961 And after you sail a while, you come to feel like 403 00:40:22,211 --> 00:40:23,667 you don't belong in either place. 404 00:40:30,470 --> 00:40:31,470 Yet you stay. 405 00:40:32,847 --> 00:40:33,847 Why? 406 00:40:36,142 --> 00:40:37,222 You get caught by it. 407 00:40:39,479 --> 00:40:40,479 By what? 408 00:40:41,606 --> 00:40:43,096 By the idea of it, I guess. 409 00:40:44,150 --> 00:40:47,984 Ah, dreams of glory. 410 00:40:48,279 --> 00:40:49,279 Something like that. 411 00:40:53,952 --> 00:40:56,034 Is there something else? 412 00:40:58,706 --> 00:41:00,116 Did I say something funny? 413 00:41:00,416 --> 00:41:01,416 It's my shark. 414 00:41:02,543 --> 00:41:03,623 What? 415 00:41:03,920 --> 00:41:06,502 My dream of glory if you want to call it that. 416 00:41:06,798 --> 00:41:08,584 I don't understand. 417 00:41:08,883 --> 00:41:10,373 I saw it off the azores 418 00:41:12,011 --> 00:41:13,876 on a midnight watch three years ago. 419 00:41:15,890 --> 00:41:18,176 Grey shark coming up the ship, 420 00:41:20,353 --> 00:41:24,972 from way out on the horizon, and the fin was shining. 421 00:41:27,986 --> 00:41:29,226 I thought it was the moonlight, 422 00:41:29,445 --> 00:41:30,560 and then as we got closer, 423 00:41:30,863 --> 00:41:32,694 I could see the whole shark was glowing. 424 00:41:34,909 --> 00:41:36,490 Just kept getting closer. 425 00:41:40,164 --> 00:41:41,164 I mean, dead on. 426 00:41:43,084 --> 00:41:44,290 And then what happened? 427 00:41:44,585 --> 00:41:45,585 Nothing. 428 00:41:46,796 --> 00:41:48,252 I guess it's still out there. 429 00:42:11,612 --> 00:42:14,194 Will you stay with me tonight? 430 00:42:20,204 --> 00:42:21,944 You knew I'd ask, didn't you? 431 00:42:25,334 --> 00:42:26,334 When? 432 00:42:27,211 --> 00:42:28,691 When you asked me for supper. 433 00:42:29,797 --> 00:42:34,712 I knew when I saw you coming out of the cabin. 434 00:46:47,972 --> 00:46:49,303 You're off, then? 435 00:46:56,230 --> 00:46:57,230 Back at six. 436 00:47:02,737 --> 00:47:03,396 Bye. 437 00:47:03,696 --> 00:47:04,696 Bye. 438 00:47:31,640 --> 00:47:33,176 And he looked fantastic. 439 00:47:33,476 --> 00:47:36,513 His muscles, scars all over his body, 440 00:47:37,646 --> 00:47:38,852 and then he took her to bed 441 00:47:39,148 --> 00:47:41,184 just like the picture in your book. 442 00:47:41,484 --> 00:47:42,484 He's wonderfull 443 00:47:43,861 --> 00:47:46,352 I have a feeling he's going to do something, 444 00:47:47,365 --> 00:47:48,650 something great. 445 00:47:48,949 --> 00:47:49,949 Like what? 446 00:47:50,993 --> 00:47:52,763 What he'll do is get into your mom's knickers. 447 00:47:52,787 --> 00:47:53,993 It doesn't matter. 448 00:47:54,288 --> 00:47:57,621 He is part of the pure and perfect order of things. 449 00:47:57,917 --> 00:47:58,531 The sea... 450 00:47:58,834 --> 00:47:59,949 Rot! 451 00:48:00,252 --> 00:48:03,039 Nothing more than another broken-down adult. 452 00:48:03,339 --> 00:48:04,875 You don't understand. 453 00:48:07,593 --> 00:48:09,675 Is that right? 454 00:48:09,970 --> 00:48:11,490 Since when is it your place to tell me 455 00:48:11,555 --> 00:48:13,045 what I understand and what I don't? 456 00:48:13,349 --> 00:48:13,883 I just meant that... 457 00:48:14,183 --> 00:48:15,389 You're ridiculous. 458 00:48:15,684 --> 00:48:17,390 There's no such thing as a hero. 459 00:48:17,686 --> 00:48:19,677 Adults just pose as these things. 460 00:48:19,980 --> 00:48:21,390 You're a child, number three. 461 00:48:21,690 --> 00:48:23,806 A soppy, ignorant child. 462 00:48:24,110 --> 00:48:25,110 I am not! 463 00:48:26,028 --> 00:48:27,028 Prove it. 464 00:48:27,071 --> 00:48:28,071 Any time. 465 00:48:33,452 --> 00:48:36,410 And the rest of you, want to prove it, too? 466 00:48:36,705 --> 00:48:37,705 I'm game. 467 00:48:37,832 --> 00:48:38,832 Yes. 468 00:48:38,874 --> 00:48:40,239 Sure. 469 00:48:40,543 --> 00:48:41,543 All right. 470 00:48:43,045 --> 00:48:44,045 We'll see. 471 00:48:45,631 --> 00:48:47,212 We'll just see. 472 00:48:49,009 --> 00:48:50,920 That way! 473 00:48:52,388 --> 00:48:53,628 Come on, there he is. 474 00:48:53,931 --> 00:48:54,931 Grab him. 475 00:48:55,057 --> 00:48:56,057 Get him! 476 00:48:57,017 --> 00:48:58,017 Over here! 477 00:48:58,686 --> 00:49:01,849 Come on, he's over here. 478 00:49:07,278 --> 00:49:09,189 Come on, he's over here. 479 00:49:13,033 --> 00:49:14,443 Come on, he's over here. 480 00:49:19,206 --> 00:49:20,206 Grab him! 481 00:49:21,375 --> 00:49:22,034 You did that on purpose. 482 00:49:22,334 --> 00:49:22,868 Did not, you clod! 483 00:49:23,169 --> 00:49:25,034 I'll get you for that, number three! 484 00:49:25,337 --> 00:49:26,337 Get this instead. 485 00:49:26,589 --> 00:49:27,248 Get him! 486 00:49:27,548 --> 00:49:28,082 Get him! 487 00:49:28,382 --> 00:49:29,382 Quickly. 488 00:49:41,979 --> 00:49:43,970 I'll get you, I'll get you. 489 00:49:47,943 --> 00:49:48,943 Oh, god! 490 00:49:54,450 --> 00:49:55,450 Stop it! 491 00:49:56,660 --> 00:49:57,319 Stop it! 492 00:49:57,620 --> 00:49:58,109 Damn you. 493 00:49:58,412 --> 00:50:00,012 What the hell do you think you're doing? 494 00:50:03,459 --> 00:50:05,199 Make a line across there. 495 00:50:07,630 --> 00:50:08,745 Stay together. 496 00:50:10,424 --> 00:50:12,380 Get that cat now! 497 00:50:16,138 --> 00:50:17,138 He won't get past us. 498 00:50:21,936 --> 00:50:23,096 Here, Cedric. 499 00:50:23,395 --> 00:50:24,601 Come on, Cedric. 500 00:50:24,897 --> 00:50:26,512 Come on, Cedric. 501 00:50:26,815 --> 00:50:28,351 Come on, come on. 502 00:50:28,651 --> 00:50:29,185 Come on. 503 00:50:29,485 --> 00:50:30,019 Pssst. 504 00:50:30,319 --> 00:50:31,319 Come on, Cedric. 505 00:50:31,403 --> 00:50:32,403 Pssst. 506 00:50:35,115 --> 00:50:36,115 Cedric? 507 00:50:36,200 --> 00:50:37,200 Got him! 508 00:50:38,452 --> 00:50:38,986 I got him! 509 00:50:39,286 --> 00:50:40,492 Gloves. 510 00:50:40,788 --> 00:50:42,369 I got him, it was me that got him. 511 00:50:42,665 --> 00:50:43,825 Oh, shut up. 512 00:50:45,334 --> 00:50:46,334 Milk. 513 00:50:55,511 --> 00:50:56,511 All of it. 514 00:51:17,950 --> 00:51:18,950 Hold him. 515 00:51:23,205 --> 00:51:24,320 It won't take long. 516 00:52:06,206 --> 00:52:07,206 He's out. 517 00:52:10,669 --> 00:52:11,669 Over here. 518 00:52:38,447 --> 00:52:39,607 Hold his legs. 519 00:52:44,703 --> 00:52:46,193 I told you, it sometimes becomes 520 00:52:46,497 --> 00:52:48,112 necessary to take things apart, 521 00:52:49,291 --> 00:52:50,827 like rules and other things, 522 00:52:52,002 --> 00:52:53,117 to find truth, 523 00:52:54,755 --> 00:52:56,211 to find the center of reality. 524 00:53:07,184 --> 00:53:08,469 Watch closely now. 525 00:53:29,957 --> 00:53:32,414 The external abdominal muscles! 526 00:53:57,568 --> 00:53:59,149 Wonderful, isn't it? 527 00:54:09,329 --> 00:54:10,329 We're almost there. 528 00:54:15,335 --> 00:54:20,250 Serratus and the intercostals. 529 00:54:25,721 --> 00:54:26,961 The pericardium. 530 00:54:31,977 --> 00:54:34,764 You've seen life posing as a cat. 531 00:54:36,190 --> 00:54:37,555 Now, 532 00:54:37,858 --> 00:54:38,858 now I'll show you, 533 00:54:44,239 --> 00:54:49,154 There. 534 00:54:53,332 --> 00:54:54,492 This is the core, 535 00:54:56,043 --> 00:54:58,876 the center of life that makes the pose possible. 536 00:55:04,134 --> 00:55:05,134 Beautiful. 537 00:55:07,137 --> 00:55:08,593 Isn't it beautiful? 538 00:55:10,182 --> 00:55:11,182 Fantastic. 539 00:55:29,952 --> 00:55:30,952 Hey, Jonathan. 540 00:55:41,964 --> 00:55:46,503 This is Mr. Cameron, second officer of the belle. 541 00:55:46,802 --> 00:55:47,802 Jim. 542 00:55:50,681 --> 00:55:51,681 Maybe I can explain 543 00:55:51,849 --> 00:55:54,716 Jonathan's reluctance in introducing us, Jim. 544 00:55:56,019 --> 00:55:57,805 We five have a sort of a secret club. 545 00:55:58,730 --> 00:56:00,516 We don't use names, we refer to each other 546 00:56:00,816 --> 00:56:02,352 by number to maintain security. 547 00:56:03,277 --> 00:56:05,359 I'm sure you understand. 548 00:56:05,654 --> 00:56:06,734 Got you. 549 00:56:07,030 --> 00:56:09,066 Well, we must be off. 550 00:56:09,366 --> 00:56:11,277 Pleasure to have met you, Jim. 551 00:56:12,578 --> 00:56:13,578 Anchors away, mates! 552 00:56:13,620 --> 00:56:14,620 Gotcha! 553 00:56:14,830 --> 00:56:15,364 Gotcha! 554 00:56:15,664 --> 00:56:17,370 Gotchal 555 00:56:23,922 --> 00:56:25,378 The boy who spoke to you, 556 00:56:25,674 --> 00:56:28,336 you won't tell mother I was with him, will you? 557 00:56:28,635 --> 00:56:29,670 Why? 558 00:56:29,970 --> 00:56:31,506 She doesn't like him much. 559 00:56:31,805 --> 00:56:33,716 Says he's too precocious for his own good. 560 00:56:34,766 --> 00:56:35,766 She might be right. 561 00:56:36,977 --> 00:56:39,184 He's just got a first-rate mind. 562 00:56:39,479 --> 00:56:41,470 Sometimes it's hard for adults 563 00:56:41,773 --> 00:56:43,513 to understand that in children. 564 00:56:43,817 --> 00:56:44,977 You won't tell, will you? 565 00:56:50,574 --> 00:56:52,030 When do you leave? 566 00:56:52,326 --> 00:56:54,533 Tomorrow morning, as soon as we get the tugs. 567 00:56:59,207 --> 00:57:01,448 You doing anything now? 568 00:57:01,752 --> 00:57:02,366 Let's go around the point, 569 00:57:02,669 --> 00:57:04,159 I got something I want to show you. 570 00:57:13,472 --> 00:57:15,672 Is it hard to learn all those instruments? 571 00:57:15,891 --> 00:57:17,677 No, it just takes a little time. 572 00:57:19,144 --> 00:57:20,144 You know, men were at sea 573 00:57:20,395 --> 00:57:22,761 about 1,000 years before the magnetic compass. 574 00:57:23,815 --> 00:57:27,649 A sailor could read the clouds and the wind, the stars. 575 00:57:27,945 --> 00:57:30,982 He could tell a lot just by looking at the moon, a rainbow. 576 00:58:29,464 --> 00:58:30,954 You leave in the morning. 577 00:58:32,092 --> 00:58:33,092 Shhh. 578 00:58:38,390 --> 00:58:39,880 I bet sailors get bored 579 00:58:40,183 --> 00:58:42,265 with the ladies saying that all the time. 580 00:58:43,645 --> 00:58:45,476 I'll bet you say that to all the sailors. 581 00:58:45,772 --> 00:58:47,387 I've never had a sailor. 582 00:58:48,483 --> 00:58:49,598 I've never had a lady. 583 00:59:00,746 --> 00:59:02,282 Isolated! 584 00:59:02,581 --> 00:59:04,101 I've been left alone with Mrs. Palmer, 585 00:59:04,374 --> 00:59:05,989 while they've gone off to some hotel. 586 00:59:07,002 --> 00:59:10,210 Blunder, a stupid blunder! 587 00:59:11,506 --> 00:59:13,212 He's tampering with the perfection. 588 00:59:14,301 --> 00:59:16,838 It's wrong, dangerous. 589 01:00:07,104 --> 01:00:08,539 If you feel like it, you can write to me 590 01:00:08,563 --> 01:00:10,929 at the address that I gave you. 591 01:00:13,568 --> 01:00:14,568 Bye, Jim. 592 01:00:15,695 --> 01:00:16,695 Bye, Jim. 593 01:00:17,739 --> 01:00:19,730 Hang in there, skipper. 594 01:04:42,921 --> 01:04:44,877 "The sea was running like huge mountains, 595 01:04:45,173 --> 01:04:46,933 "and we had to hold the engines at high revs 596 01:04:47,008 --> 01:04:48,839 "to keep the ship into the wind. 597 01:04:49,135 --> 01:04:50,466 "And it comes on like that. 598 01:04:50,762 --> 01:04:52,844 "The storm nearly wrecked the belle." 599 01:04:53,139 --> 01:04:54,139 And then? 600 01:04:56,393 --> 01:04:57,393 He survived. 601 01:04:57,685 --> 01:04:59,391 Else number three's precious hero 602 01:04:59,687 --> 01:05:01,348 wouldn't have been able to write. 603 01:05:01,648 --> 01:05:02,933 These letters, 604 01:05:03,233 --> 01:05:05,440 this profuse volume of literature 605 01:05:07,570 --> 01:05:09,106 well, it seems a little odd 606 01:05:09,406 --> 01:05:11,021 from a seafaring man, doesn't it? 607 01:05:11,324 --> 01:05:12,324 What do you mean? 608 01:05:12,492 --> 01:05:14,904 Sounds to me as if he's planning to come back. 609 01:05:15,203 --> 01:05:16,739 That's a liel 610 01:05:17,038 --> 01:05:18,824 he's never once mentioned coming back. 611 01:05:19,124 --> 01:05:20,124 Of course. 612 01:05:20,375 --> 01:05:23,037 I'm sure he's much cleverer than that. 613 01:05:23,336 --> 01:05:25,042 Take that back. 614 01:05:25,338 --> 01:05:27,078 You forget yourself, number three. 615 01:05:27,382 --> 01:05:28,963 Take it back, I said. 616 01:05:29,259 --> 01:05:30,465 The hell I will. 617 01:05:38,059 --> 01:05:39,674 Stop it, I say! 618 01:05:39,978 --> 01:05:41,013 Now who's responsible? 619 01:05:42,063 --> 01:05:43,849 Who struck the first blow? 620 01:05:44,149 --> 01:05:45,149 I did. 621 01:05:45,984 --> 01:05:48,212 Then I'm sure you're willing to accept the consequences. 622 01:05:48,236 --> 01:05:49,236 You lot outside. 623 01:05:50,280 --> 01:05:51,315 Move along. 624 01:05:51,614 --> 01:05:52,774 Be quick about it. 625 01:05:58,371 --> 01:05:59,371 Go on! 626 01:06:11,843 --> 01:06:13,458 Where's that? 627 01:06:13,761 --> 01:06:14,761 Uruguay. 628 01:06:18,141 --> 01:06:19,141 Here, blow. 629 01:06:26,608 --> 01:06:27,608 Nambia. 630 01:06:28,443 --> 01:06:29,443 Namibia. 631 01:06:31,029 --> 01:06:32,439 Where is Namibia? 632 01:06:32,739 --> 01:06:34,400 Just below Angola. 633 01:06:34,699 --> 01:06:36,690 Ah, just below Angola. 634 01:06:55,053 --> 01:06:56,053 Tis. 635 01:07:00,308 --> 01:07:01,308 Is it? 636 01:07:04,604 --> 01:07:05,684 Yes, mother. 637 01:07:07,023 --> 01:07:08,183 It's the belle. 638 01:09:06,643 --> 01:09:08,884 Oh, you smell good. 639 01:09:26,329 --> 01:09:27,329 How's Jonathan? 640 01:09:29,290 --> 01:09:34,205 Jonathan is in bed with a cold. 641 01:09:46,849 --> 01:09:49,340 Elisabeth, this is Mr. Cameron. 642 01:09:50,728 --> 01:09:54,562 Jim, this is Mrs. Palmer. 643 01:09:55,983 --> 01:09:56,642 Hello. 644 01:09:56,943 --> 01:09:57,943 How do you do? 645 01:09:58,486 --> 01:09:59,566 Uh, Mr. Cameron 646 01:09:59,862 --> 01:10:02,148 will be staying with us for a few days. 647 01:10:02,448 --> 01:10:04,564 I'll make up the guest room. 648 01:10:04,867 --> 01:10:05,947 That won't be necessary. 649 01:10:07,120 --> 01:10:08,906 Shall I make some tea? 650 01:10:09,872 --> 01:10:10,872 Not for me. 651 01:10:10,957 --> 01:10:11,957 Jim? 652 01:10:12,750 --> 01:10:14,456 No, thanks, no. 653 01:10:14,752 --> 01:10:15,992 Will you be eating at home? 654 01:10:18,840 --> 01:10:20,125 Yes. 655 01:10:20,425 --> 01:10:23,838 Well, then I better phone the butcher's. 656 01:10:24,137 --> 01:10:25,137 Excuse me. 657 01:10:27,724 --> 01:10:29,589 Why don't you go upstairs and see Jonathan? 658 01:10:29,892 --> 01:10:31,302 I won't be a minute. 659 01:10:47,910 --> 01:10:48,910 Yes? 660 01:10:58,838 --> 01:11:00,453 Hiya, skipper. 661 01:11:00,757 --> 01:11:02,247 He's for you, from piranha. 662 01:11:04,218 --> 01:11:05,218 Thank you. 663 01:11:06,012 --> 01:11:07,012 How are you feeling? 664 01:11:07,305 --> 01:11:08,715 I had a temperature yesterday. 665 01:11:09,015 --> 01:11:10,801 You ought to drink lot of orange juice. 666 01:11:11,100 --> 01:11:12,100 Vitamin c. 667 01:11:12,977 --> 01:11:13,977 It works. 668 01:11:20,526 --> 01:11:21,526 Hey, what's this? 669 01:11:26,866 --> 01:11:29,903 Hey, this is pretty good, just about got it perfect. 670 01:11:33,623 --> 01:11:37,161 La across north pacific, right to Yokohama. 671 01:11:42,423 --> 01:11:43,538 What's that? 672 01:11:43,841 --> 01:11:45,172 It's an iguana. 673 01:11:45,468 --> 01:11:47,004 The Indians wear them on their heads 674 01:11:47,303 --> 01:11:48,383 during their ceremonies. 675 01:11:48,679 --> 01:11:49,384 You ought to see them, Jonathan, 676 01:11:49,680 --> 01:11:51,420 they got Jaguar's teeth around... 677 01:11:51,724 --> 01:11:53,806 When will you be sailing again, Mr. Cameron? 678 01:11:54,936 --> 01:11:55,936 Jonathan. 679 01:11:57,438 --> 01:11:58,644 I don't really know yet. 680 01:12:01,776 --> 01:12:02,811 We got to unload, 681 01:12:03,110 --> 01:12:04,646 pick up some navigational gear. 682 01:12:04,946 --> 01:12:06,686 I have a terrible headache, mother. 683 01:12:06,989 --> 01:12:09,071 Well, go downstairs and ask Mrs. Palmer 684 01:12:09,367 --> 01:12:11,904 to give you some aspirin, and then have a little sleep. 685 01:12:13,329 --> 01:12:14,329 Come on, Jim. 686 01:12:15,748 --> 01:12:16,748 See you later. 687 01:12:39,897 --> 01:12:41,057 I have to go. 688 01:12:44,360 --> 01:12:45,360 What? 689 01:12:46,946 --> 01:12:48,277 I have to sign some drafts 690 01:12:49,365 --> 01:12:51,606 in the shop before the bank closes. 691 01:12:54,912 --> 01:12:56,493 I have to, honestly. 692 01:12:57,498 --> 01:12:59,739 But I'll be through by four. 693 01:13:00,042 --> 01:13:01,042 There's a tea shop. 694 01:13:01,085 --> 01:13:02,450 Ferguson's. 695 01:13:02,753 --> 01:13:03,412 Tea shop? 696 01:13:03,713 --> 01:13:05,669 Yes, it's opposite the chart house. 697 01:13:05,965 --> 01:13:07,546 I'l meet you there at four o'clock. 698 01:13:12,263 --> 01:13:13,263 Oh, Jim. 699 01:13:20,563 --> 01:13:21,563 Four o'clock. 700 01:13:51,594 --> 01:13:53,255 Great place for a funeral. 701 01:13:55,097 --> 01:13:56,212 I'm showing you off. 702 01:13:58,100 --> 01:13:59,100 To them? 703 01:14:00,019 --> 01:14:01,179 What the hell do they matter? 704 01:14:01,395 --> 01:14:03,056 That's the whole point. 705 01:14:03,356 --> 01:14:04,436 They don't anymore. 706 01:14:07,109 --> 01:14:09,020 Hey, I want you. 707 01:14:09,320 --> 01:14:10,605 Let's get out of here. 708 01:14:10,905 --> 01:14:14,113 Indulge me just for a few minutes more. 709 01:14:19,747 --> 01:14:22,238 Either we leave here right now... 710 01:14:22,541 --> 01:14:23,541 Or what? 711 01:14:26,629 --> 01:14:28,119 Okay. 712 01:14:28,422 --> 01:14:29,422 Jiml! 713 01:14:30,758 --> 01:14:31,964 Don't jump around now. 714 01:14:32,969 --> 01:14:34,459 Just act natural. 715 01:14:34,762 --> 01:14:35,762 Jim, please. 716 01:14:37,056 --> 01:14:38,171 For god's sake. 717 01:14:39,850 --> 01:14:40,509 Mm-mm. 718 01:14:40,810 --> 01:14:42,675 You want to stay here, we'll stay. 719 01:14:42,979 --> 01:14:43,979 Jim. 720 01:14:44,063 --> 01:14:45,063 Please. 721 01:14:49,986 --> 01:14:51,817 Jim, I beg you. 722 01:14:52,113 --> 01:14:53,113 It's too late. 723 01:14:55,366 --> 01:14:57,982 Easy now, you're gonna attract attention. 724 01:14:58,285 --> 01:14:59,285 Just relax. 725 01:15:02,331 --> 01:15:03,331 I can't. 726 01:15:05,626 --> 01:15:06,626 Please. 727 01:15:06,877 --> 01:15:07,411 Shhh. 728 01:15:07,712 --> 01:15:08,246 Please. 729 01:15:08,546 --> 01:15:09,661 Shhh. 730 01:15:09,964 --> 01:15:12,626 Out there, I kept thinking about how silky you feel, 731 01:15:14,343 --> 01:15:17,506 the sounds you make, the smell of you. 732 01:15:17,805 --> 01:15:18,805 More cakes, my dear? 733 01:15:20,349 --> 01:15:21,349 No, thank you. 734 01:15:21,600 --> 01:15:24,717 We're fine, just fine. 735 01:15:29,734 --> 01:15:31,315 Easy now. 736 01:15:31,610 --> 01:15:32,610 That's it. 737 01:15:33,195 --> 01:15:34,605 You're getting it. 738 01:15:34,905 --> 01:15:35,985 Good girl. 739 01:16:50,272 --> 01:16:52,228 Did you see your shark this time? 740 01:16:56,612 --> 01:16:58,148 I just kept thinking about you 741 01:17:00,866 --> 01:17:02,072 and how far away you were. 742 01:17:04,328 --> 01:17:05,443 I could see myself, 743 01:17:07,581 --> 01:17:08,866 and all that time at sea, 744 01:17:10,459 --> 01:17:12,575 loving something that doesn't love you back. 745 01:17:14,296 --> 01:17:17,038 Just going round and 'round, year after year, until you. 746 01:17:21,554 --> 01:17:25,467 All of a sudden I was in a place I'd never been before. 747 01:17:25,766 --> 01:17:26,801 I didn't have any choice. 748 01:17:28,811 --> 01:17:30,551 You see, I've been pushing at that door. 749 01:17:33,399 --> 01:17:37,517 It opens in to feelings, 750 01:17:39,405 --> 01:17:41,521 feeling things that I've never felt, 751 01:17:43,784 --> 01:17:45,344 that I didn't even know you could feel. 752 01:17:47,246 --> 01:17:48,246 And you did that. 753 01:17:50,875 --> 01:17:52,957 And I need you in my life. 754 01:17:56,297 --> 01:17:57,503 Because I need that place. 755 01:18:02,011 --> 01:18:03,011 Marry me. 756 01:18:10,644 --> 01:18:11,644 Christ, say something. 757 01:18:15,858 --> 01:18:17,314 When? 758 01:18:17,610 --> 01:18:18,610 What? 759 01:18:20,529 --> 01:18:23,020 When do you want to marry me? 760 01:18:26,327 --> 01:18:27,487 Are you sure? 761 01:18:29,413 --> 01:18:30,413 Yes! 762 01:18:33,042 --> 01:18:34,042 And you? 763 01:18:34,710 --> 01:18:35,870 Uh-huh. 764 01:18:37,254 --> 01:18:38,254 Uh-huh. 765 01:18:41,759 --> 01:18:42,759 Jonathan. 766 01:18:47,014 --> 01:18:50,131 Oh, I must find the right time for that. 767 01:18:56,273 --> 01:18:57,353 We got time. 768 01:18:59,568 --> 01:19:00,568 Yes. 769 01:19:02,279 --> 01:19:03,279 Yes. 770 01:19:06,033 --> 01:19:07,033 Yes. 771 01:19:14,458 --> 01:19:17,450 I'll tell you, no matter how long you've been at sea, 772 01:19:17,753 --> 01:19:19,539 you'll never get used to the big storms. 773 01:19:21,006 --> 01:19:22,462 The absolute terror, 774 01:19:24,051 --> 01:19:25,666 the savagery of all that power 775 01:19:27,763 --> 01:19:32,257 and the beauty of it, till you know it's over. 776 01:19:35,938 --> 01:19:38,771 But this one was like nothing I'd ever seen. 777 01:19:39,066 --> 01:19:41,182 In the beginning there was nothing you could see, 778 01:19:41,485 --> 01:19:43,817 but the barometer kept dropping like somebody 779 01:19:44,113 --> 01:19:45,523 pulled the cork out of a bottle. 780 01:19:46,615 --> 01:19:48,606 We started taking cross swells 781 01:19:48,909 --> 01:19:50,629 and the ship was getting water on her deck, 782 01:19:50,828 --> 01:19:54,161 so we put her into the swells trying to keep way. 783 01:19:55,791 --> 01:19:57,031 Seas got heavier, 784 01:19:58,127 --> 01:20:00,163 there was tons of water coming down on her, 785 01:20:01,547 --> 01:20:03,253 pounding her decks, 786 01:20:03,549 --> 01:20:04,549 tearing at the hatches. 787 01:20:06,760 --> 01:20:10,002 We lost a boat, then another one. 788 01:20:12,891 --> 01:20:16,634 The rails were twisted, bridge ladders gone. 789 01:20:19,315 --> 01:20:20,930 She'd go down in the gully of a wave 790 01:20:21,233 --> 01:20:23,770 like she was going over the edge of the world. 791 01:20:25,279 --> 01:20:27,315 I had to go up on the deck, check some hatches 792 01:20:27,614 --> 01:20:31,573 and I got trapped hanging onto a ring bolt for my life. 793 01:20:31,869 --> 01:20:34,360 I thought, this time the old girl's had it. 794 01:20:35,706 --> 01:20:37,571 No way she can make it through this. 795 01:20:40,044 --> 01:20:41,079 But of course she did. 796 01:20:46,383 --> 01:20:48,715 Because god protects the fools and the sailors. 797 01:20:52,723 --> 01:20:55,465 It's wrong of him to come back. 798 01:20:55,768 --> 01:20:57,850 He's tampering with the perfection! 799 01:20:58,771 --> 01:21:00,011 Can't he see that? 800 01:21:02,024 --> 01:21:03,730 What's he doing here? 801 01:21:04,026 --> 01:21:06,642 One Indian story, one storm, 802 01:21:06,945 --> 01:21:08,731 like a peddler with a pack of wares. 803 01:21:10,074 --> 01:21:11,074 It's criminal. 804 01:21:13,327 --> 01:21:16,285 Charges against second officer Jim Cameron. 805 01:21:17,289 --> 01:21:20,781 Coming back, answering he wasn't sure 806 01:21:21,794 --> 01:21:24,206 when asked when he would be sailing again, 807 01:21:24,505 --> 01:21:28,168 causing me the humiliation of having to face the chief now. 808 01:21:31,720 --> 01:21:33,676 Sententious drivel. 809 01:21:33,972 --> 01:21:35,303 Just pushed a button 810 01:21:35,599 --> 01:21:36,133 and out come one of those things 811 01:21:36,433 --> 01:21:37,969 fathers are expected to say. 812 01:21:40,354 --> 01:21:43,312 My father still won't buy me an air rifle. 813 01:21:43,607 --> 01:21:45,939 Mine beat me yesterday. 814 01:21:46,235 --> 01:21:47,235 Beat you? 815 01:21:47,528 --> 01:21:49,368 He slapped me around the face. 816 01:21:49,613 --> 01:21:50,840 Why don't you do something about it? 817 01:21:50,864 --> 01:21:53,196 I'm not big enough or strong enough. 818 01:21:53,492 --> 01:21:55,574 You don't have to be strong, just clever. 819 01:21:56,578 --> 01:21:59,820 In any case, there are worse things than being beaten, 820 01:22:01,208 --> 01:22:02,208 lots worse. 821 01:22:04,169 --> 01:22:05,659 You're lucky, number three. 822 01:22:05,963 --> 01:22:07,669 Your father's dying let you off. 823 01:22:08,674 --> 01:22:11,632 Oh, I see the belle has returned to us. 824 01:22:11,927 --> 01:22:12,927 Has your great hero 825 01:22:13,053 --> 01:22:15,260 done anything super on his last trip? 826 01:22:15,556 --> 01:22:16,671 You know he has, 827 01:22:16,974 --> 01:22:19,966 that fantastic hurricane off south America. 828 01:22:20,269 --> 01:22:21,269 Well? 829 01:22:21,353 --> 01:22:23,014 Well, he almost died. 830 01:22:23,313 --> 01:22:24,849 He had to fight to stay alive. 831 01:22:25,149 --> 01:22:27,105 And you think that's exceptional? 832 01:22:28,068 --> 01:22:30,275 The rats on that ship do as much. 833 01:22:30,571 --> 01:22:33,153 I'm sick to death of your defense of this man. 834 01:22:33,449 --> 01:22:34,449 He's back, isn't he? 835 01:22:34,658 --> 01:22:37,195 All tucked in and cushy in your mother's bed. 836 01:22:37,494 --> 01:22:38,859 And you had the gall to question 837 01:22:39,163 --> 01:22:40,824 my judgment about him. 838 01:22:41,123 --> 01:22:42,579 Your behavior is unforgivable. 839 01:22:43,500 --> 01:22:44,500 I'm demoting you. 840 01:22:45,461 --> 01:22:46,461 Five is four, 841 01:22:48,547 --> 01:22:51,004 four is three. 842 01:22:51,300 --> 01:22:55,293 And you, slug, are number five 843 01:22:55,596 --> 01:22:59,430 and will remain number five for as long as I say. 844 01:24:01,161 --> 01:24:02,161 Hey! 845 01:24:02,996 --> 01:24:03,996 Hey! 846 01:24:04,706 --> 01:24:05,706 Come on. 847 01:24:06,542 --> 01:24:07,542 Come on. 848 01:24:14,299 --> 01:24:15,299 Hey, only half. 849 01:24:16,510 --> 01:24:17,670 He can handle it. 850 01:24:24,184 --> 01:24:26,345 Jon-o0, um, 851 01:24:28,021 --> 01:24:29,727 I want you to listen very carefully. 852 01:24:30,857 --> 01:24:33,394 What I'm gonna say is quite important. 853 01:24:36,280 --> 01:24:37,895 Jim and I are going to be married. 854 01:24:44,246 --> 01:24:46,578 I know you've often thought how good it would be 855 01:24:46,873 --> 01:24:51,242 to have somebody, to be a real family. 856 01:24:53,463 --> 01:24:57,832 Jon-o, please try to understand what I'm saying. 857 01:24:59,761 --> 01:25:02,753 Jim is the first man I've ev, 858 01:25:05,100 --> 01:25:08,592 well, I love him very much, Jon-o, 859 01:25:08,895 --> 01:25:10,431 and I hope one day you will too. 860 01:25:13,025 --> 01:25:16,938 Well, I suppose that's all there is to say really, 861 01:25:19,239 --> 01:25:21,230 except we've talked it over 862 01:25:21,533 --> 01:25:23,273 and we've decided to get married 863 01:25:23,577 --> 01:25:24,577 at the end of the month. 864 01:25:34,212 --> 01:25:36,669 Aren't you going to say anything? 865 01:25:36,965 --> 01:25:38,956 Will you go back to sea afterwards, Jim? 866 01:25:41,553 --> 01:25:42,553 No. 867 01:25:46,475 --> 01:25:48,761 I hope you'll be very happy, mother. 868 01:25:49,061 --> 01:25:50,471 You too, Jim. 869 01:25:52,564 --> 01:25:54,100 I'll drink to that. 870 01:25:55,484 --> 01:25:56,484 To us. 871 01:26:05,702 --> 01:26:07,738 Let's try and be happy now, Jon-o. 872 01:26:08,038 --> 01:26:09,038 Hmm? 873 01:26:09,289 --> 01:26:10,369 We'll make a fresh start. 874 01:26:12,459 --> 01:26:13,699 It is possible, you know? 875 01:26:15,045 --> 01:26:16,751 To be happy, I mean. 876 01:26:17,047 --> 01:26:18,127 What will Jim do now? 877 01:26:19,966 --> 01:26:20,966 I don't know. 878 01:26:21,885 --> 01:26:23,546 We've talked about it a great deal. 879 01:26:24,763 --> 01:26:26,378 He's interested in so many things, 880 01:26:27,391 --> 01:26:29,427 just finding the right thing. 881 01:26:29,726 --> 01:26:32,809 Anyway, there's plenty of time to think about that. 882 01:26:33,105 --> 01:26:34,845 Night-night, my darling. 883 01:26:35,148 --> 01:26:36,148 Good night. 884 01:26:39,569 --> 01:26:40,569 I love you. 885 01:26:49,121 --> 01:26:50,406 It was all a joke. 886 01:26:51,540 --> 01:26:55,624 Just a game to tease you with, my darling. 887 01:26:56,962 --> 01:26:59,248 How could we possibly get married? 888 01:27:00,465 --> 01:27:02,706 Your world would crack open. 889 01:27:04,219 --> 01:27:05,219 Jim on land? 890 01:27:06,888 --> 01:27:07,888 Impossible. 891 01:27:09,433 --> 01:27:11,469 He must go back to the sea. 892 01:27:12,769 --> 01:27:13,929 That's where he belongs. 893 01:27:16,481 --> 01:27:19,348 It was only a game, my darling, only a game. 894 01:27:36,585 --> 01:27:37,985 It's ruined. 895 01:27:38,211 --> 01:27:39,667 He's destroyed it all. 896 01:27:41,798 --> 01:27:43,789 The perfect order is gone. 897 01:27:45,093 --> 01:27:46,208 How could he? 898 01:27:48,138 --> 01:27:49,298 I don't understand. 899 01:27:54,227 --> 01:27:55,933 Continuing the charges 900 01:27:56,229 --> 01:27:58,971 against second officer Jim Cameron of the, 901 01:28:00,776 --> 01:28:02,016 against Jim Cameron. 902 01:28:19,544 --> 01:28:20,544 What a day. 903 01:28:26,843 --> 01:28:27,843 I'm tired. 904 01:28:31,556 --> 01:28:32,556 I'm not. 905 01:28:45,403 --> 01:28:46,893 What's that? 906 01:28:47,197 --> 01:28:48,197 Hmm? 907 01:28:56,122 --> 01:28:57,487 Where is that coming from? 908 01:29:11,012 --> 01:29:13,128 What are you doing? 909 01:29:13,431 --> 01:29:16,548 What the hell do you think you're doing? 910 01:29:16,852 --> 01:29:18,183 You've been watching us, hm? 911 01:29:20,355 --> 01:29:21,355 Answer Mel 912 01:29:23,441 --> 01:29:24,441 how dare you? 913 01:29:26,862 --> 01:29:27,862 How dare you? 914 01:29:29,906 --> 01:29:31,021 Hold it! 915 01:29:31,324 --> 01:29:32,905 Hey, cut it out! 916 01:29:33,201 --> 01:29:34,691 What the hell is going on? 917 01:29:34,995 --> 01:29:39,284 He has been spying on us, watching us. 918 01:29:41,877 --> 01:29:43,287 Oh, god, I, 919 01:29:43,587 --> 01:29:44,587 I feel sick. 920 01:29:45,505 --> 01:29:46,665 Jonathan, how could you? 921 01:29:51,261 --> 01:29:53,673 Answer me when I speak to you! 922 01:29:55,932 --> 01:29:58,674 Or by god, I'll make you answer! 923 01:29:58,977 --> 01:29:59,977 Hey now, take it easy. 924 01:30:00,145 --> 01:30:01,145 Hold on there. 925 01:30:01,897 --> 01:30:03,103 Is she right, Jonathan? 926 01:30:03,398 --> 01:30:04,398 You been watching us? 927 01:30:06,693 --> 01:30:08,024 From the beginning? 928 01:30:11,781 --> 01:30:12,440 And before that, even? 929 01:30:12,741 --> 01:30:13,741 Before Jim came? 930 01:30:17,120 --> 01:30:19,827 Oh, goddamn you! 931 01:30:20,123 --> 01:30:21,123 Wait a minute. 932 01:30:21,416 --> 01:30:23,247 Calm down, would you, just a second? 933 01:30:24,586 --> 01:30:26,397 Jonathan, you know what you're doing is wrong. 934 01:30:26,421 --> 01:30:27,035 Wrong? 935 01:30:27,339 --> 01:30:27,998 It was evil! 936 01:30:28,298 --> 01:30:29,333 Hey! 937 01:30:29,633 --> 01:30:30,633 It was wrong! 938 01:30:32,594 --> 01:30:34,505 He knows it and we know it, 939 01:30:34,804 --> 01:30:37,671 there's not a hell of a lot more to say about it. 940 01:30:37,974 --> 01:30:39,965 I think you owe your mother an apology, son. 941 01:30:43,855 --> 01:30:45,061 Jonathan, where are you? 942 01:30:50,111 --> 01:30:52,193 What is going on in there? 943 01:30:57,077 --> 01:30:59,113 I don't know you. 944 01:30:59,412 --> 01:31:01,198 I don't know you at all. 945 01:31:04,084 --> 01:31:05,164 Say something. 946 01:31:06,711 --> 01:31:07,711 Please. 947 01:31:07,879 --> 01:31:09,585 Come on, that doesn't solve anything. 948 01:31:12,008 --> 01:31:13,464 How about that apology, boy? 949 01:31:16,930 --> 01:31:17,930 Sorry, mother. 950 01:31:18,223 --> 01:31:19,223 She didn't hear that! 951 01:31:20,642 --> 01:31:22,303 I'm sorry, mother. 952 01:31:27,107 --> 01:31:28,517 Now you close those doors. 953 01:31:40,370 --> 01:31:41,530 Okay, that's a start. 954 01:31:42,539 --> 01:31:43,904 Tomorrow I'll fix that hole. 955 01:31:45,208 --> 01:31:46,994 But right now let's just break clean, 956 01:31:48,837 --> 01:31:51,294 and try and start over again in the morning. 957 01:31:51,589 --> 01:31:52,589 What do you say? 958 01:31:56,302 --> 01:31:57,905 The chief is right. 959 01:31:57,929 --> 01:32:00,261 There are worse things than being beaten. 960 01:32:00,557 --> 01:32:02,593 I shall never doubt him again. 961 01:32:02,892 --> 01:32:03,892 Never! 962 01:32:29,252 --> 01:32:31,618 Terrible, terrible. 963 01:32:33,048 --> 01:32:34,048 Awful. 964 01:32:36,718 --> 01:32:38,458 Well, there it is. 965 01:32:45,518 --> 01:32:46,052 But for number five, 966 01:32:46,352 --> 01:32:48,809 he was a person of considerable importance. 967 01:32:49,105 --> 01:32:52,268 For a short while, he seemed to have shown him a glimpse 968 01:32:52,567 --> 01:32:54,182 of the pure and perfect order of life. 969 01:32:54,486 --> 01:32:58,149 But now, well, there's no question, 970 01:33:00,617 --> 01:33:03,029 he's betrayed number five completely, 971 01:33:03,328 --> 01:33:04,408 and himself as well. 972 01:33:06,539 --> 01:33:07,824 I know what you're feeling. 973 01:33:09,375 --> 01:33:10,455 How painful it must be. 974 01:33:11,878 --> 01:33:14,164 The betrayal of adults always is. 975 01:33:14,464 --> 01:33:15,544 I have to save him. 976 01:33:16,925 --> 01:33:17,925 Change him back. 977 01:33:19,094 --> 01:33:20,459 I have to. 978 01:33:20,762 --> 01:33:21,842 How? 979 01:33:22,138 --> 01:33:23,878 Well, it's obvious, isn't it? 980 01:33:25,308 --> 01:33:26,969 We have to make sure 981 01:33:27,268 --> 01:33:31,477 this sailor remains true to himself, to his core. 982 01:33:36,778 --> 01:33:38,609 You mean like Cedric? 983 01:33:41,741 --> 01:33:42,947 When does his ship sail? 984 01:33:43,243 --> 01:33:45,700 Tomorrow afternoon, around two. 985 01:33:47,247 --> 01:33:48,247 Perfect. 986 01:33:54,587 --> 01:33:56,703 Jim, I was telling my mates at school 987 01:33:57,006 --> 01:33:59,213 about your last trip and the storm. 988 01:33:59,509 --> 01:34:02,216 And, well, it's not the same as when you tell it. 989 01:34:02,512 --> 01:34:04,969 They've asked to hear it from you, would you? 990 01:34:06,266 --> 01:34:07,266 Sure. 991 01:34:07,433 --> 01:34:07,967 When? 992 01:34:08,268 --> 01:34:10,133 Tomorrow, after school. 993 01:34:10,436 --> 01:34:11,516 Tomorrow is a bad day. 994 01:34:12,605 --> 01:34:14,891 Your mother's got a load of stuff planned, 995 01:34:15,191 --> 01:34:17,773 the belle's sailing, I'd like to see her leave. 996 01:34:18,069 --> 01:34:18,603 You can. 997 01:34:18,903 --> 01:34:20,543 There's a place just above the old castle 998 01:34:20,655 --> 01:34:22,145 where we could all watch her leave. 999 01:34:22,448 --> 01:34:23,528 Please. 1000 01:34:23,825 --> 01:34:24,359 Okay. 1001 01:34:24,659 --> 01:34:25,859 And you mustn't tell mother. 1002 01:34:26,035 --> 01:34:28,492 It's sort of a secret just between mates. 1003 01:34:28,788 --> 01:34:29,788 Understand? 1004 01:34:30,498 --> 01:34:31,498 Gotcha. 1005 01:34:32,167 --> 01:34:33,532 And would you wear uniform? 1006 01:34:34,752 --> 01:34:35,752 Would you? 1007 01:34:37,130 --> 01:34:38,461 Sure. 1008 01:34:38,756 --> 01:34:40,963 Meet you at the quay, just after school. 1009 01:34:43,094 --> 01:34:44,094 It's a deal. 1010 01:34:45,763 --> 01:34:46,763 What's this line? 1011 01:34:48,433 --> 01:34:51,391 It's a tangent between the observer station 1012 01:34:51,686 --> 01:34:52,686 to the heavenly body. 1013 01:34:57,025 --> 01:34:58,606 Jeez, is that kid sharp. 1014 01:35:01,738 --> 01:35:03,854 I think everything's gonna be all right now. 1015 01:35:07,368 --> 01:35:10,280 Everything is going to be just fine. 1016 01:37:11,576 --> 01:37:12,816 This is it. 1017 01:37:13,119 --> 01:37:14,119 Terrific. 1018 01:37:14,787 --> 01:37:16,056 We can really see her from here. 1019 01:37:16,080 --> 01:37:17,115 Can't we, number two? 1020 01:37:19,083 --> 01:37:20,083 Yes. 1021 01:37:20,335 --> 01:37:22,417 So you're the second officer, huh? 1022 01:37:22,712 --> 01:37:23,712 Aye. 1023 01:37:23,921 --> 01:37:24,921 Then you'll need this. 1024 01:37:27,175 --> 01:37:28,175 Looks good. 1025 01:37:36,392 --> 01:37:37,427 It's a sight, isn't it? 1026 01:37:42,982 --> 01:37:43,982 Adios, lady. 1027 01:37:46,611 --> 01:37:48,977 Tell us about the storm, Mr. Cameron. 1028 01:37:49,280 --> 01:37:50,645 Yes, yes, the storm! 1029 01:37:50,948 --> 01:37:52,063 Okay, okay, gather round. 1030 01:37:53,034 --> 01:37:54,240 Hey, that's great. 1031 01:37:57,663 --> 01:37:59,369 Do you guys know what they mean? 1032 01:38:00,333 --> 01:38:01,743 Tell them. 1033 01:38:02,043 --> 01:38:04,830 The blue Peter means I'm about to sail. 1034 01:38:05,129 --> 01:38:06,665 That's for the belle. 1035 01:38:06,964 --> 01:38:09,797 And the red one means you're standing into danger. 1036 01:38:11,260 --> 01:38:12,260 That's for the story. 1037 01:38:12,470 --> 01:38:13,676 Yes, the story. 1038 01:38:13,971 --> 01:38:14,505 The story. 1039 01:38:14,806 --> 01:38:15,806 Okay, settle down. 1040 01:38:17,683 --> 01:38:20,925 This was a storm we hit off the coast of south America. 1041 01:38:22,063 --> 01:38:23,553 Jonathan's heard all this before. 1042 01:38:23,856 --> 01:38:24,856 It doesn't matter. 1043 01:38:24,941 --> 01:38:25,941 Go on. 1044 01:38:28,861 --> 01:38:29,896 This was a bad one. 1045 01:38:30,196 --> 01:38:31,276 Tea, Mr. Cameron? 1046 01:38:32,323 --> 01:38:33,323 Great, thanks. 1047 01:38:44,419 --> 01:38:45,659 The worst I'd ever been in. 1048 01:38:47,255 --> 01:38:48,255 The captain too. 1049 01:38:50,842 --> 01:38:53,208 She came out of cape horn to the south of us. 1050 01:38:56,347 --> 01:38:57,678 The barometer kept dropping, 1051 01:39:00,059 --> 01:39:01,970 so we knew we were in for something big. 1052 01:39:04,689 --> 01:39:07,476 Then we started getting these huge cross swells. 1053 01:39:14,282 --> 01:39:16,568 And we really started to take a beating, 1054 01:39:16,868 --> 01:39:20,031 she was listing nearly 40 degrees 1055 01:39:20,329 --> 01:39:21,819 and the sky started turning black, 1056 01:39:22,957 --> 01:39:24,447 black as any night. 1057 01:39:36,220 --> 01:39:38,211 Goodbye to you too, lady. 1058 01:39:49,609 --> 01:39:50,609 Where was I? 1059 01:39:55,281 --> 01:39:57,272 And the seas got heavier, 1060 01:40:05,124 --> 01:40:06,124 Then the ship 1061 01:40:08,794 --> 01:40:10,500 started taking water on her decks. 1062 01:40:14,300 --> 01:40:16,131 She was under from stem to stern. 1063 01:40:19,305 --> 01:40:22,263 Tons of water on her decks and hatches. 1064 01:40:32,026 --> 01:40:33,026 Go on. 1065 01:40:34,737 --> 01:40:35,737 What then? 1066 01:40:35,780 --> 01:40:36,780 Go on, Jim. 1067 01:40:49,418 --> 01:40:54,162 And the bridge ladders were washed overboard. 1068 01:40:58,761 --> 01:40:59,761 And then, 1069 01:41:06,978 --> 01:41:07,978 Then... 1070 01:41:15,111 --> 01:41:16,111 Go on. 1071 01:41:16,320 --> 01:41:17,400 About the waves. 1072 01:41:23,619 --> 01:41:24,619 She'd go, 1073 01:41:32,461 --> 01:41:35,703 She'd go down into the trough of a wave, 1074 01:41:40,261 --> 01:41:41,261 down, 1075 01:41:46,183 --> 01:41:49,675 down like she was going over the edge of the world. 1076 01:42:03,534 --> 01:42:04,534 I was 1077 01:42:05,911 --> 01:42:06,946 trying to get... 1078 01:42:09,081 --> 01:42:11,697 To get what? 1079 01:42:12,001 --> 01:42:13,001 To get 1080 01:42:18,132 --> 01:42:19,132 My breath. 1081 01:42:21,344 --> 01:42:22,344 Ohh. 1082 01:42:27,391 --> 01:42:28,391 Jim? 1083 01:42:35,107 --> 01:42:36,107 Jim? 64818

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