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Would you like to inspect the original subtitles? These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:02:45,300 --> 00:02:46,400 Starling! 2 00:02:53,000 --> 00:02:55,300 Crawford wants to see you in his office. 3 00:02:56,200 --> 00:02:57,300 Thank you, sir. 4 00:03:45,500 --> 00:03:46,900 -Clarice. -Hey. 5 00:04:37,900 --> 00:04:39,100 Looking for Crawford? 6 00:04:39,300 --> 00:04:42,500 He should be back soon. Why don't you wait in his office? 7 00:05:39,800 --> 00:05:41,200 Starling. 8 00:05:42,000 --> 00:05:45,400 -Clarice M. Good morning. -Morning, Mr. Crawford. 9 00:05:45,600 --> 00:05:48,900 Sorry to pull you off the course at such short notice. 10 00:05:49,100 --> 00:05:52,000 Your instructors say you're in the top quarter of your class. 11 00:05:52,400 --> 00:05:55,500 I hope so. They haven't posted any grades yet. 12 00:05:55,900 --> 00:05:58,300 A job's come up, and I thought about you. 13 00:05:58,500 --> 00:06:01,100 Not a job, really, more of an interesting errand. 14 00:06:01,400 --> 00:06:02,500 Sit down. 15 00:06:03,100 --> 00:06:04,100 Yes, sir. 16 00:06:05,000 --> 00:06:09,200 I remember you from my seminar at UVA. 17 00:06:09,400 --> 00:06:13,800 You grilled me on the bureau's civil rights record in the Hoover years. 18 00:06:14,000 --> 00:06:15,000 I gave you an A. 19 00:06:15,500 --> 00:06:16,600 A minus, sir. 20 00:06:19,400 --> 00:06:22,500 Double major, psych and criminology, graduated magna. 21 00:06:22,700 --> 00:06:25,500 Summer internships at the Reitzinger Clinic. 22 00:06:25,700 --> 00:06:30,500 It says when you graduate you want to work for me in Behavioral Science. 23 00:06:30,700 --> 00:06:32,700 Yes, very much, sir. Very much. 24 00:06:34,300 --> 00:06:36,700 We're interviewing all serial killers in custody... 25 00:06:36,900 --> 00:06:38,800 ...for a psycho-behavioral profile. 26 00:06:39,200 --> 00:06:41,800 It could be a real help in unsolved cases. 27 00:06:42,000 --> 00:06:44,500 Most of them have been happy to talk to us. 28 00:06:45,100 --> 00:06:46,700 Do you spook easily, Starling? 29 00:06:47,600 --> 00:06:48,800 Not yet, sir. 30 00:06:49,700 --> 00:06:51,900 The one we want most refuses to help. 31 00:06:52,100 --> 00:06:54,600 I want you to go after him in the asylum. 32 00:06:55,100 --> 00:06:56,400 Who's the subject? 33 00:06:56,700 --> 00:07:01,100 -The psychiatrist, Hannibal Lecter. -"Hannibal the Cannibal." 34 00:07:01,800 --> 00:07:03,900 I don't expect him to talk to you... 35 00:07:05,700 --> 00:07:08,100 ...but I have to be able to say we tried. 36 00:07:08,400 --> 00:07:11,200 If he won't cooperate, I want straight reporting. 37 00:07:11,400 --> 00:07:13,300 How's he look? How's his cell? 38 00:07:13,500 --> 00:07:17,000 Is he sketching, drawing? If he is, what's he sketching? 39 00:07:20,900 --> 00:07:23,600 Here's a dossier on Lecter... 40 00:07:25,800 --> 00:07:28,700 ...copy of our questionnaire and an I.D. For you. 41 00:07:29,400 --> 00:07:31,900 Have your memo on my desk by 0800, Wednesday. 42 00:07:32,100 --> 00:07:33,300 Okay. 43 00:07:35,900 --> 00:07:38,900 Excuse me, sir, but why the urgency? 44 00:07:39,100 --> 00:07:40,800 Lecter's been in prison for years. 45 00:07:41,000 --> 00:07:44,100 Is there some connection between him and Buffalo Bill? 46 00:07:44,300 --> 00:07:48,200 I wish there were. Now, I want your full attention, Starling. 47 00:07:49,300 --> 00:07:52,800 -Yes, sir. -Be very careful with Hannibal Lecter. 48 00:07:53,300 --> 00:07:57,500 Dr. Chilton at the asylum will go over all the physical procedures used. 49 00:07:58,000 --> 00:08:01,600 Do not deviate from them for any reason whatsoever. 50 00:08:01,800 --> 00:08:03,800 You're to tell him nothing personal. 51 00:08:04,500 --> 00:08:07,400 You don't want Hannibal Lecter inside your head. 52 00:08:08,100 --> 00:08:10,800 Just do your job but never forget what he is. 53 00:08:11,300 --> 00:08:12,400 And what is that? 54 00:08:13,000 --> 00:08:16,700 Oh, he's a monster, a pure psychopath. 55 00:08:17,300 --> 00:08:19,300 It's so rare to capture one alive. 56 00:08:19,500 --> 00:08:23,600 From a research point of view, Lecter is our most prized asset. 57 00:08:28,000 --> 00:08:29,500 We get a lot of detectives here... 58 00:08:29,700 --> 00:08:33,000 ...but I must say I can't remember one as attractive. 59 00:08:35,200 --> 00:08:38,000 Will you be in Baltimore overnight? 60 00:08:38,200 --> 00:08:42,000 Because this can be quite a fun town if you have the right guide. 61 00:08:43,400 --> 00:08:46,700 I'm sure this is a great town, Dr. Chilton... 62 00:08:46,900 --> 00:08:50,800 ...but I must talk to Dr. Lecter and report back this afternoon. 63 00:08:51,200 --> 00:08:54,600 I see. Well, let's make this quick, then. 64 00:08:54,900 --> 00:08:59,300 We've tried to study him, but he's too sophisticated for the standard tests. 65 00:08:59,600 --> 00:09:01,800 Oh, my, does he hate us. 66 00:09:02,000 --> 00:09:04,100 He thinks I'm his nemesis. 67 00:09:05,700 --> 00:09:08,300 Crawford's very clever, isn't he, using you? 68 00:09:08,600 --> 00:09:12,900 -What do you mean, sir? -Pretty young woman to turn him on. 69 00:09:13,400 --> 00:09:18,300 I don't believe Lecter's seen a woman in eight years, and you are his taste. 70 00:09:18,700 --> 00:09:20,000 So to speak. 71 00:09:20,200 --> 00:09:23,200 I graduated from UVA. It's not a charm school. 72 00:09:23,400 --> 00:09:26,600 Good. Then you should be able to remember the rules. 73 00:09:29,500 --> 00:09:33,400 Do not touch or approach the glass. Pass him nothing but soft paper. 74 00:09:33,600 --> 00:09:37,300 No pencils or pens, no staples or paper clips in his paper. 75 00:09:37,500 --> 00:09:39,900 Use the sliding food carrier, no exceptions. 76 00:09:40,100 --> 00:09:42,300 If he passes you anything, do not accept. 77 00:09:42,500 --> 00:09:44,900 -Do you understand? -Yes, I understand, sir. 78 00:09:46,400 --> 00:09:49,500 I'm going to show you why we insist on such precautions. 79 00:09:49,700 --> 00:09:52,200 On the afternoon of July 8, 1981... 80 00:09:52,400 --> 00:09:55,300 ...he complained of chest pains and was taken to the dispensary. 81 00:09:55,500 --> 00:09:57,900 His mouthpiece was removed for an EKG. 82 00:09:58,100 --> 00:10:01,100 When the nurse leaned over him, he did this to her. 83 00:10:03,900 --> 00:10:08,300 The doctors managed to reset her jaw, more or less. Save one of her eyes. 84 00:10:08,800 --> 00:10:13,400 His pulse never got above 85, even when he ate her tongue. 85 00:10:14,200 --> 00:10:17,600 -I keep him in here. -Dr. Chilton. 86 00:10:20,200 --> 00:10:23,700 If Lecter feels that you're his enemy, then... 87 00:10:23,900 --> 00:10:26,300 Maybe we'll have more luck if I go by myself. 88 00:10:26,700 --> 00:10:28,000 What do you think? 89 00:10:30,900 --> 00:10:34,700 You might have suggested this in my office and saved me the time. 90 00:10:36,100 --> 00:10:40,100 Yes, sir, but then I would have missed the pleasure of your company, sir. 91 00:10:43,400 --> 00:10:45,400 When she's finished, bring her out. 92 00:11:14,000 --> 00:11:18,500 Hi, I'm Barney. He told you, don't get near the glass? 93 00:11:19,100 --> 00:11:21,000 Yes, he did. Clarice Starling. 94 00:11:21,800 --> 00:11:24,900 Nice to meet you. You can hang your coat there if you like. 95 00:11:25,100 --> 00:11:27,300 Okay. Thank you, I will. 96 00:11:29,300 --> 00:11:31,900 He's past the others. The last cell. 97 00:11:32,100 --> 00:11:33,900 You keep to the right. 98 00:11:36,300 --> 00:11:39,700 -I put out a chair for you. -Yes, that's very good, thank you. 99 00:11:41,600 --> 00:11:45,000 I'll be watching. You'll do fine. 100 00:12:15,700 --> 00:12:17,200 I can smell your cunt. 101 00:12:31,300 --> 00:12:32,300 Good morning. 102 00:12:33,000 --> 00:12:36,400 Dr. Lecter, my name is Clarice Starling. May I speak with you? 103 00:12:37,100 --> 00:12:39,400 You're one of Jack Crawford's, aren't you? 104 00:12:39,900 --> 00:12:41,000 I am, yes. 105 00:12:42,200 --> 00:12:44,100 May I see your credentials? 106 00:12:44,800 --> 00:12:45,800 Certainly. 107 00:12:53,100 --> 00:12:54,600 Closer, please. 108 00:12:56,600 --> 00:12:58,100 Closer. 109 00:13:14,100 --> 00:13:18,600 That expires in one week. You're not real FBI, are you? 110 00:13:19,000 --> 00:13:21,500 I'm still in training at the academy. 111 00:13:22,700 --> 00:13:27,700 -Jack Crawford sent a trainee to me? -Yes, I'm a student. 112 00:13:27,900 --> 00:13:29,900 I'm here to learn from you. 113 00:13:30,100 --> 00:13:33,300 Maybe you can decide if I'm qualified enough to do that. 114 00:13:36,700 --> 00:13:39,800 That is rather slippery of you, Agent Starling. 115 00:13:43,400 --> 00:13:45,000 Sit. Please. 116 00:13:52,400 --> 00:13:56,400 Now then, tell me. What did Miggs say to you? 117 00:13:56,600 --> 00:13:59,200 "Multiple Miggs" in the next cell. 118 00:13:59,400 --> 00:14:02,500 He hissed at you. What did he say? 119 00:14:03,900 --> 00:14:06,900 He said, "I can smell your cunt." 120 00:14:07,300 --> 00:14:08,500 I see. 121 00:14:09,900 --> 00:14:11,900 I myself cannot. 122 00:14:20,900 --> 00:14:23,600 You use Evyan skin cream. 123 00:14:26,100 --> 00:14:29,000 And sometimes you wear L'Air du Temps. 124 00:14:30,400 --> 00:14:31,900 But not today. 125 00:14:34,200 --> 00:14:36,000 Did you do all these drawings? 126 00:14:39,100 --> 00:14:42,500 That is the Duomo, seen from the Belvedere. 127 00:14:43,800 --> 00:14:45,500 Do you know Florence? 128 00:14:46,500 --> 00:14:48,400 All that detail just from memory, sir? 129 00:14:48,700 --> 00:14:53,200 Memory, Agent Starling, is what I have instead of a view. 130 00:14:53,900 --> 00:14:58,500 Perhaps you'd care to lend us your view on this questionnaire, sir. 131 00:14:58,700 --> 00:15:03,200 No, no, no. You were doing fine. 132 00:15:03,400 --> 00:15:06,400 You had been courteous and receptive to courtesy. 133 00:15:06,600 --> 00:15:11,000 You had established trust with the embarrassing truth about Miggs. 134 00:15:11,300 --> 00:15:15,900 And now this ham-handed segue into your questionnaire. 135 00:15:17,200 --> 00:15:18,500 It won't do. 136 00:15:18,900 --> 00:15:22,900 I'm only asking you to look at this. Either you will or you won't. 137 00:15:23,100 --> 00:15:26,700 Yeah. Jack Crawford must be very busy indeed... 138 00:15:26,900 --> 00:15:29,500 ...if he's recruiting help from the student body. 139 00:15:29,900 --> 00:15:32,500 Busy hunting that new one, Buffalo Bill. 140 00:15:32,700 --> 00:15:35,000 What a naughty boy he is. 141 00:15:35,500 --> 00:15:38,700 Do you know why he's called "Buffalo Bill"? 142 00:15:38,900 --> 00:15:42,300 Please tell me. The newspapers won't say. 143 00:15:43,400 --> 00:15:45,700 It started as a joke in Kansas City Homicide. 144 00:15:45,900 --> 00:15:50,200 They said, "This one likes to skin his humps." 145 00:15:51,500 --> 00:15:52,800 Why do you think... 146 00:15:53,000 --> 00:15:56,800 ...he removes their skins, Agent Starling? 147 00:15:57,000 --> 00:15:59,300 Thrill me with your acumen. 148 00:16:00,000 --> 00:16:01,600 It excites him. 149 00:16:01,800 --> 00:16:04,900 Most serial killers keep trophies from their victims. 150 00:16:05,700 --> 00:16:07,800 -I didn't. -No. 151 00:16:08,200 --> 00:16:09,700 No, you ate yours. 152 00:16:12,500 --> 00:16:14,500 You send that through now. 153 00:16:41,600 --> 00:16:46,000 You think you can dissect me with this blunt little tool? 154 00:16:46,800 --> 00:16:49,600 No! I thought that your knowledge... 155 00:16:49,800 --> 00:16:52,100 You're so ambitious, aren't you? 156 00:16:52,500 --> 00:16:56,100 You know what you look like, with your good bag and your cheap shoes? 157 00:16:56,300 --> 00:16:57,700 You look like a rube. 158 00:16:58,400 --> 00:17:02,500 A well-scrubbed, hustling rube with a little taste. 159 00:17:03,300 --> 00:17:05,500 Nutrition has given you some length of bone... 160 00:17:05,700 --> 00:17:08,900 ...but you're not more than one generation from white trash... 161 00:17:09,100 --> 00:17:10,900 ...are you, Agent Starling? 162 00:17:11,100 --> 00:17:13,900 The accent you've tried so desperately to shed... 163 00:17:14,100 --> 00:17:16,200 ...pure West Virginia. 164 00:17:16,400 --> 00:17:18,500 Is your father a coal miner? 165 00:17:18,700 --> 00:17:20,400 Does he stink of the lamp? 166 00:17:20,800 --> 00:17:25,500 I know how quickly the boys found you, all those tedious, sticky fumblings... 167 00:17:25,700 --> 00:17:29,100 ...in the back seats of cars, while you dreamed of getting out. 168 00:17:29,300 --> 00:17:30,700 Getting anywhere. 169 00:17:31,000 --> 00:17:34,500 Getting all the way to the FBI. 170 00:17:37,800 --> 00:17:40,600 You see a lot, doctor. 171 00:17:40,800 --> 00:17:43,300 But are you strong enough to point that... 172 00:17:43,500 --> 00:17:46,000 ...high-powered perception at yourself? 173 00:17:47,000 --> 00:17:48,200 What about it? 174 00:17:48,400 --> 00:17:52,500 Why don't you look at yourself and write down what you see? 175 00:17:52,800 --> 00:17:54,500 Or maybe you're afraid to. 176 00:18:04,300 --> 00:18:07,100 A census taker once tried to test me. 177 00:18:07,300 --> 00:18:10,700 I ate his liver with some fava beans... 178 00:18:10,900 --> 00:18:13,200 ...and a nice Chianti. 179 00:18:22,000 --> 00:18:24,300 You fly back to school now, little Starling. 180 00:18:25,300 --> 00:18:26,700 Fly, fly, fly. 181 00:18:41,700 --> 00:18:43,600 I bit my wrist... 182 00:18:43,900 --> 00:18:46,100 ...so I could die. 183 00:18:47,300 --> 00:18:48,600 Look at the blood! 184 00:18:49,500 --> 00:18:50,900 Gotcha. 185 00:18:51,300 --> 00:18:53,400 Miggs! You stupid fuck! 186 00:18:57,900 --> 00:19:01,800 Agent Starling! Come back! Agent Starling! Agent Starling! 187 00:19:02,000 --> 00:19:05,100 I would not have had that happen. Discourtesy is ugly to me. 188 00:19:05,300 --> 00:19:07,700 -Then do this test! -No, but I will make you happy. 189 00:19:07,900 --> 00:19:10,500 -I'll give you a chance at your love. -What? 190 00:19:10,700 --> 00:19:15,400 Advancement. Listen. Look deep within yourself, Clarice Starling. 191 00:19:15,600 --> 00:19:19,800 Go seek out Miss Mofet, an old patient of mine. M-O-F-E-T. 192 00:19:20,100 --> 00:19:22,700 I don't think Miggs could manage again so soon... 193 00:19:22,900 --> 00:19:25,100 ...even though he is crazy. Go now! 194 00:20:06,600 --> 00:20:07,800 Hi, Bill. 195 00:20:12,600 --> 00:20:14,300 -Daddy! -Hey, Clarice. 196 00:20:18,600 --> 00:20:22,100 -Did you get any bad guys, Daddy? -No, angel. They all got away. 197 00:20:22,300 --> 00:20:23,800 Ah, shoot. 198 00:20:44,200 --> 00:20:46,400 FBI! Hands up! Don't move! 199 00:20:46,600 --> 00:20:50,200 Turn around. Hands behind your back. Thumbs up. 200 00:20:54,200 --> 00:20:56,000 You're dead, Starling. 201 00:20:56,500 --> 00:21:00,600 Johnson, good entry, good command. Starling, where's your danger area? 202 00:21:00,800 --> 00:21:02,200 -In the corner. -Did you check it? 203 00:21:02,400 --> 00:21:04,000 -No, sir. -That's why you're dead. 204 00:21:04,300 --> 00:21:07,400 3-1-0-9? 205 00:21:07,600 --> 00:21:12,000 Breaking doors or windows to enter or exit. 206 00:21:13,000 --> 00:21:14,200 Rule 404? 207 00:21:33,100 --> 00:21:35,400 Clarice, phone. It's the guru. 208 00:21:35,600 --> 00:21:37,300 Crawford? Thanks, Ardelia. 209 00:21:37,700 --> 00:21:40,200 -Starling? -Sir. 210 00:21:40,400 --> 00:21:41,800 Miggs is dead. 211 00:21:43,000 --> 00:21:44,000 Dead? 212 00:21:44,900 --> 00:21:46,100 How? 213 00:21:46,800 --> 00:21:49,900 The orderly heard Lecter whispering to him all afternoon. 214 00:21:50,100 --> 00:21:52,700 They found him at bed check. He'd swallowed his tongue. 215 00:21:55,700 --> 00:21:56,800 Starling? 216 00:21:57,400 --> 00:22:00,400 Yeah. I'm still here, sir. I just... 217 00:22:00,600 --> 00:22:02,300 I don't know how to feel about this. 218 00:22:02,900 --> 00:22:06,300 You don't have to feel any way. Lecter did it to amuse himself. 219 00:22:07,700 --> 00:22:09,600 Look, I know it got ugly today... 220 00:22:10,100 --> 00:22:14,500 ...but you mentioned a name, "Mofet." Any follow-up on her? 221 00:22:16,100 --> 00:22:19,300 He destroyed most of his patients' histories prior to capture... 222 00:22:19,500 --> 00:22:23,000 ...so there's no record of anyone named Mofet. 223 00:22:23,200 --> 00:22:27,300 But I thought the "yourself" reference was too hokey for Lecter... 224 00:22:27,500 --> 00:22:31,700 ...so I figured he's from Baltimore, and I looked in the phone book. 225 00:22:31,900 --> 00:22:35,100 And there's a "Your Self" storage facility... 226 00:22:35,300 --> 00:22:37,800 ...right outside of downtown Baltimore, sir. 227 00:22:40,000 --> 00:22:42,300 Unit 31 was leased... 228 00:22:42,500 --> 00:22:45,700 ...for 10 years, prepaid in full. 229 00:22:45,900 --> 00:22:47,900 The contract was in the name... 230 00:22:48,100 --> 00:22:51,800 ...of a Miss Hester Mofet. 231 00:22:52,100 --> 00:22:54,700 So nobody's been in here since 1980? 232 00:22:54,900 --> 00:22:56,700 Not to my knowledge. 233 00:22:57,300 --> 00:23:01,000 Privacy is a great concern to my customers. 234 00:23:01,800 --> 00:23:03,900 Yes, I won't disturb anything, I promise. 235 00:23:04,100 --> 00:23:06,100 I'll be out of here before you know it. 236 00:23:06,600 --> 00:23:08,900 -May I help you? -Yes, actually. 237 00:23:09,300 --> 00:23:10,300 Here. 238 00:23:15,200 --> 00:23:18,800 -It's stuck. -We could return tomorrow with my son. 239 00:23:19,600 --> 00:23:21,100 What about him? 240 00:23:22,600 --> 00:23:27,500 I would ask my driver to help you, but he detests physical labor. 241 00:23:28,200 --> 00:23:29,200 Right. 242 00:23:29,900 --> 00:23:32,600 You stay here. I'll be back in one minute. 243 00:24:05,200 --> 00:24:07,800 It's stuck. Will you hand me that flashlight? 244 00:24:22,200 --> 00:24:25,000 If this door should fall down... 245 00:24:25,500 --> 00:24:27,900 ...or anything else... 246 00:24:28,100 --> 00:24:30,400 ...this is the number for our Baltimore office. 247 00:24:31,000 --> 00:24:32,600 They know that you're with me. 248 00:24:32,900 --> 00:24:36,500 -Call them if anything should happen. -Yes, Miss Starling. 249 00:27:07,800 --> 00:27:10,300 Clarice. Here, they're waiting for you. 250 00:27:10,500 --> 00:27:12,000 Watch your step. 251 00:27:13,200 --> 00:27:17,300 Hester Mofet. It's an anagram, isn't it, doctor? 252 00:27:17,500 --> 00:27:20,500 Hester Mofet: "The rest of me"? 253 00:27:20,900 --> 00:27:24,800 "Miss The Rest Of Me," meaning that you rented that garage? 254 00:28:00,700 --> 00:28:01,700 Thank you. 255 00:28:02,900 --> 00:28:04,200 Your bleeding has stopped. 256 00:28:06,700 --> 00:28:07,900 How did? 257 00:28:09,900 --> 00:28:10,900 It's nothing. 258 00:28:11,700 --> 00:28:13,100 It's just a scratch. 259 00:28:14,700 --> 00:28:17,000 Dr. Lecter, whose head is in that bottle? 260 00:28:17,200 --> 00:28:20,300 Why don't you ask me about Buffalo Bill? 261 00:28:20,600 --> 00:28:22,200 Do you know something about him? 262 00:28:22,500 --> 00:28:26,200 I might if I saw the case file. You could get that for me. 263 00:28:26,800 --> 00:28:29,700 Let's talk about Miss Mofet. You wanted me to find him. 264 00:28:30,900 --> 00:28:35,900 His real name is Benjamin Raspail. A former patient of mine... 265 00:28:36,400 --> 00:28:41,000 ...whose romantic attachments ran to, shall we say, the exotic. 266 00:28:41,600 --> 00:28:45,800 I did not kill him, merely tucked him away, very much as I found him... 267 00:28:46,000 --> 00:28:48,400 ...after he'd missed three appointments. 268 00:28:49,600 --> 00:28:51,700 If you didn't kill him, who did? 269 00:28:52,100 --> 00:28:55,000 Who can say? Best thing for him, really. 270 00:28:55,200 --> 00:28:57,600 His therapy was going nowhere. 271 00:28:58,100 --> 00:29:01,200 His dress, makeup... 272 00:29:01,600 --> 00:29:03,200 Raspail was a transvestite? 273 00:29:03,400 --> 00:29:08,100 In life? Oh, no. Garden variety manic-depressive. 274 00:29:08,300 --> 00:29:10,800 Tedious, very tedious. 275 00:29:11,000 --> 00:29:13,400 I now think of him as an experiment. 276 00:29:13,600 --> 00:29:17,100 A fledgling killer's first effort at transformation. 277 00:29:17,300 --> 00:29:20,100 How did you feel when you saw him, Clarice? 278 00:29:20,500 --> 00:29:22,400 Scared at first, then... 279 00:29:23,500 --> 00:29:24,800 ...exhilarated. 280 00:29:25,400 --> 00:29:27,600 Jack Crawford is helping your career, isn't he? 281 00:29:27,800 --> 00:29:30,500 Apparently, he likes you and you like him too. 282 00:29:31,300 --> 00:29:33,000 I never thought about it. 283 00:29:33,600 --> 00:29:36,200 Do you think Jack Crawford wants you, sexually? 284 00:29:36,400 --> 00:29:41,600 He is much older, but do you think he visualizes scenarios, exchanges? 285 00:29:41,800 --> 00:29:42,900 Fucking you? 286 00:29:46,000 --> 00:29:51,100 That doesn't interest me. It's the sort of thing that Miggs would say. 287 00:29:53,100 --> 00:29:54,700 Not anymore. 288 00:30:02,300 --> 00:30:03,900 Thank you, Barney. 289 00:30:07,800 --> 00:30:09,800 What happened to your drawings? 290 00:30:11,500 --> 00:30:15,800 Punishment, you see, for Miggs. Just like that gospel program. 291 00:30:16,200 --> 00:30:18,900 When you leave, they'll turn the volume way up. 292 00:30:19,300 --> 00:30:22,400 Dr. Chilton does enjoy his petty torments. 293 00:30:23,200 --> 00:30:25,500 What did you mean by "transformation," doctor? 294 00:30:34,600 --> 00:30:38,000 I've been in this room for eight years now, Clarice. 295 00:30:38,300 --> 00:30:41,700 I know they will never ever let me out while I'm alive. 296 00:30:42,600 --> 00:30:44,700 What I want is a view. 297 00:30:44,900 --> 00:30:48,700 I want a window where I can see a tree or even water. 298 00:30:48,900 --> 00:30:52,500 I want to be in a federal institution far away from Dr. Chilton. 299 00:30:52,700 --> 00:30:55,100 What did you mean by "fledgling killer"? 300 00:30:55,300 --> 00:30:57,100 Are you saying he's killed again? 301 00:30:57,400 --> 00:31:00,600 I'm offering you a psychological profile on Buffalo Bill... 302 00:31:00,800 --> 00:31:02,900 ...based on the case evidence. 303 00:31:08,300 --> 00:31:10,700 I'll help you catch him, Clarice. 304 00:31:17,500 --> 00:31:19,500 You know who he is, don't you? 305 00:31:20,400 --> 00:31:23,100 Tell me who decapitated your patient, doctor. 306 00:31:23,300 --> 00:31:26,100 All good things to those who wait. 307 00:31:26,600 --> 00:31:30,700 I've waited, Clarice. But how long can you and old Jackie-boy wait? 308 00:31:31,300 --> 00:31:36,400 Our little Billy must already be searching for that next special lady. 309 00:32:39,600 --> 00:32:41,700 Hey, little cheeper. 310 00:32:50,100 --> 00:32:51,700 I'll be right there. 311 00:33:11,500 --> 00:33:12,300 Jeez! 312 00:33:18,400 --> 00:33:20,100 Can I help you with that? 313 00:33:21,200 --> 00:33:22,200 Would you? 314 00:33:22,400 --> 00:33:23,500 Sure. 315 00:33:24,300 --> 00:33:25,100 Thank you. 316 00:33:25,300 --> 00:33:27,600 That's all right. You look kind of handicapped. 317 00:33:27,800 --> 00:33:31,800 Yeah. I got it this far, I just can't get it up in the truck by myself. 318 00:33:32,000 --> 00:33:33,900 Here, grab this. Up! 319 00:33:34,200 --> 00:33:35,300 Okay. 320 00:33:35,500 --> 00:33:37,900 Just set it down. That's good. 321 00:33:38,100 --> 00:33:41,900 Get in the truck. I want to push it all the way up. 322 00:33:42,100 --> 00:33:44,200 I really appreciate this. Thank you. 323 00:33:46,400 --> 00:33:48,800 Just go all the way back. 324 00:33:49,200 --> 00:33:51,000 Okay. Is this good? 325 00:33:51,200 --> 00:33:53,100 Yeah, that's good. 326 00:33:54,500 --> 00:33:56,300 -That's great. -Okay. 327 00:33:57,100 --> 00:33:59,600 Say, are you about a size 14? 328 00:33:59,800 --> 00:34:01,000 Sorry? 329 00:34:22,200 --> 00:34:23,500 Good. 330 00:34:41,700 --> 00:34:45,800 Oh, good. Good. 331 00:35:01,400 --> 00:35:02,800 Holds! 332 00:35:05,300 --> 00:35:06,900 Ones! 333 00:35:15,000 --> 00:35:16,700 Starling! 334 00:35:19,000 --> 00:35:21,500 Outside. Let's go. 335 00:35:21,900 --> 00:35:25,200 Cindy, in the ring for Starling. Let's go! 336 00:35:35,000 --> 00:35:36,300 Pack your field gear. 337 00:35:36,600 --> 00:35:38,200 -You're going with Crawford. -Where? 338 00:35:38,500 --> 00:35:40,100 Found a girl's body in West Virginia. 339 00:35:40,300 --> 00:35:43,000 Been in the water a week. Looks like Buffalo Bill. 340 00:35:55,100 --> 00:35:58,100 Keeps them alive for three days. We don't know why. 341 00:35:58,300 --> 00:36:01,400 No evidence of rape or physical abuse prior to death. 342 00:36:01,600 --> 00:36:04,100 All the mutilation you see there is postmortem. 343 00:36:04,900 --> 00:36:06,900 Okay, three days... 344 00:36:07,100 --> 00:36:10,300 ...then he shoots them, skins them and dumps them. 345 00:36:10,500 --> 00:36:12,200 Each body in a different river. 346 00:36:12,400 --> 00:36:15,500 The water leaves us no trace evidence of any kind. 347 00:36:15,800 --> 00:36:18,200 That's Fredrica Bimmel, the first one. 348 00:36:18,400 --> 00:36:21,300 Her body was the only one he weighted down. 349 00:36:21,500 --> 00:36:24,300 So actually, she was the third girl found. 350 00:36:24,500 --> 00:36:26,700 After her, he got lazy. 351 00:36:28,500 --> 00:36:31,300 Okay, let's see. 352 00:36:31,500 --> 00:36:35,700 Circles where the girls were abducted. Arrows where their bodies were found. 353 00:36:35,900 --> 00:36:41,000 This new one today washed up here. Elk River, West Virginia. 354 00:37:00,600 --> 00:37:03,400 Look at him, Starling. Tell me what you see. 355 00:37:04,600 --> 00:37:06,000 Well, he's a white male. 356 00:37:06,200 --> 00:37:09,200 Serial killers tend to hunt within their own ethnic groups. 357 00:37:10,000 --> 00:37:14,300 He's not a drifter. He's got his own house, not an apartment. 358 00:37:14,900 --> 00:37:18,200 -Why? -What he does with them takes privacy. 359 00:37:18,400 --> 00:37:22,900 He's in his 30s or 40s. He's got real physical strength. 360 00:37:23,100 --> 00:37:28,400 Combined with an older man's self-control. He's cautious, precise. 361 00:37:29,100 --> 00:37:31,700 And he's never impulsive. He'll never stop. 362 00:37:32,400 --> 00:37:34,200 Why not? 363 00:37:35,100 --> 00:37:38,700 He's got a real taste for it now, and he's getting better at his work. 364 00:37:40,400 --> 00:37:43,200 Not bad, Starling. Questions? 365 00:37:43,700 --> 00:37:45,200 Yes, sir. 366 00:37:45,400 --> 00:37:49,200 You haven't mentioned anything about the information in my report... 367 00:37:49,400 --> 00:37:50,800 ...or Dr. Lecter's offer, sir. 368 00:37:51,000 --> 00:37:52,800 I'm considering it. 369 00:37:53,000 --> 00:37:55,900 That's why you sent me in there, isn't it? 370 00:37:56,100 --> 00:37:58,200 To get his help on Buffalo Bill, sir? 371 00:38:01,300 --> 00:38:04,000 Well, if that was the case, then... 372 00:38:04,200 --> 00:38:06,900 ...I just wish I was in on it, that's all. 373 00:38:07,100 --> 00:38:11,200 If I'd sent you in there with a real agenda, Lecter would have known it. 374 00:38:11,400 --> 00:38:15,100 He would have toyed with you, then turned to stone. 375 00:38:48,600 --> 00:38:50,400 Excuse me, Sheriff Perkins? 376 00:38:50,600 --> 00:38:51,900 These are the FBI people. 377 00:38:52,100 --> 00:38:57,100 Sheriff Perkins, Jack Crawford, FBI. Special Agent Terry, Agent Starling. 378 00:38:57,400 --> 00:39:00,000 We appreciate being invited to your jurisdiction. 379 00:39:00,200 --> 00:39:03,500 Somebody from the state attorney's office called you. 380 00:39:03,700 --> 00:39:05,700 We'll extend you every courtesy, but right now... 381 00:39:05,900 --> 00:39:07,200 Sheriff... 382 00:39:07,900 --> 00:39:12,700 ...this type of sex crime has aspects I'd just as soon discuss in private. 383 00:39:12,900 --> 00:39:14,500 Know what I mean? 384 00:41:05,300 --> 00:41:07,700 Oscar, fetch Dr. Akin from the chapel. 385 00:41:07,900 --> 00:41:09,000 We're back here. 386 00:41:09,200 --> 00:41:12,300 Tell Lamar to come on when he's finished playing his music. 387 00:41:12,600 --> 00:41:15,000 Yeah, we'll be sending in a minute. 388 00:41:16,200 --> 00:41:18,100 It's working. 389 00:41:18,300 --> 00:41:21,600 I need a six-way link up. Chicago, Detroit... 390 00:41:21,800 --> 00:41:23,200 What? What? 391 00:41:28,200 --> 00:41:29,900 Excuse me. 392 00:41:30,100 --> 00:41:33,300 Excuse me, officers and gentlemen. Listen here, now. 393 00:41:33,500 --> 00:41:35,700 There's things we need to do for her. 394 00:41:35,900 --> 00:41:39,500 Y'all brought her this far, and her folks would thank you if they could... 395 00:41:39,700 --> 00:41:42,300 ...for your kindness and your sensitivity. 396 00:41:42,500 --> 00:41:45,200 Please, go on now, and let us take care of her. 397 00:41:46,400 --> 00:41:47,500 Go on, now. 398 00:41:50,800 --> 00:41:52,800 Thank you. 399 00:41:55,900 --> 00:41:57,200 Thank you. 400 00:41:58,900 --> 00:42:00,200 Okay, good. 401 00:42:08,600 --> 00:42:13,200 Yeah, that's right. Elk River. Stand by for transmission. 402 00:42:17,400 --> 00:42:18,400 Ray. 403 00:42:30,900 --> 00:42:33,600 Doctor, Lamar. Let's take a look at her. 404 00:42:50,800 --> 00:42:51,800 Jesus... 405 00:42:59,200 --> 00:43:00,300 Okay, Starling. 406 00:43:22,900 --> 00:43:27,800 Star-shaped contact entrance wound over the sternum. 407 00:43:29,700 --> 00:43:31,600 A muzzle stamp at the top. 408 00:43:31,800 --> 00:43:34,900 -Wrongful death. -Wrongful death. 409 00:43:35,100 --> 00:43:38,400 She'll have to go to the state pathologist's at Claxton. 410 00:43:38,600 --> 00:43:40,700 Well, I better get back to that service. 411 00:43:40,900 --> 00:43:42,300 Lamar will help you. 412 00:43:43,000 --> 00:43:45,100 Lord Almighty. 413 00:43:49,000 --> 00:43:51,100 What else do you see, Starling? 414 00:43:52,300 --> 00:43:55,700 Well, she's not local. 415 00:43:55,900 --> 00:43:58,700 Her ears are pierced three times and there's... 416 00:44:00,300 --> 00:44:03,200 ...glitter nail polish. It looks like town to me. 417 00:44:09,200 --> 00:44:12,400 Two of her fingernails are broken off... 418 00:44:12,600 --> 00:44:14,900 ...and there's dirt or grit under them. 419 00:44:15,100 --> 00:44:18,200 It looks like she's tried to claw her way through something. 420 00:44:18,700 --> 00:44:21,400 Ray, get pictures of her teeth. We'll fax them to Missing Persons. 421 00:44:21,600 --> 00:44:22,900 Right. 422 00:44:32,500 --> 00:44:33,800 Let's do another. 423 00:44:43,000 --> 00:44:44,600 She's got something in her throat. 424 00:44:46,000 --> 00:44:48,100 When a body comes out of the water... 425 00:44:48,300 --> 00:44:51,000 ...lots of times there's leaves and things in the mouth. 426 00:45:22,400 --> 00:45:23,600 What is that? 427 00:45:23,800 --> 00:45:25,400 Some kind of seedpod? 428 00:45:25,600 --> 00:45:28,400 No, sir. That's a bug cocoon. 429 00:45:29,100 --> 00:45:31,600 There's no way that could get way down in there. 430 00:45:31,800 --> 00:45:34,600 Not unless somebody shoved it in there. 431 00:45:37,000 --> 00:45:39,200 She'll be easier to print when we turn her. 432 00:45:39,400 --> 00:45:40,700 Lamar, give me a hand? 433 00:45:40,900 --> 00:45:42,400 Yes, sir, I will. 434 00:45:46,800 --> 00:45:50,600 Oh, Jack. What do you make of these? 435 00:45:50,800 --> 00:45:53,900 Different configuration than the other victims. Get close-ups. 436 00:45:54,100 --> 00:45:55,700 Victim's skin removed... 437 00:45:55,900 --> 00:45:59,000 ...in two diamond-shaped sections above the buttocks. 438 00:45:59,200 --> 00:46:02,400 Exit wound level with the second or third thoracic vertebrae... 439 00:46:02,600 --> 00:46:05,500 ...approximately six inches from the right shoulder blade. 440 00:46:05,700 --> 00:46:07,100 Starling... 441 00:46:08,200 --> 00:46:11,700 ...when I told that sheriff we shouldn't talk in front of a woman... 442 00:46:11,900 --> 00:46:13,500 ...that burned you, didn't it? 443 00:46:13,700 --> 00:46:17,200 It was just smoke, Starling. I had to get rid of him. 444 00:46:17,400 --> 00:46:19,200 It matters, Mr. Crawford. 445 00:46:19,400 --> 00:46:21,500 Cops look at you to see how to act. 446 00:46:21,700 --> 00:46:23,200 It matters. 447 00:46:23,400 --> 00:46:24,700 Point taken. 448 00:46:30,700 --> 00:46:32,900 Ligature marks found around wrists... 449 00:46:33,100 --> 00:46:34,800 ...not around the ankles. 450 00:46:35,000 --> 00:46:37,800 This would indicate that the skinning was postmortem. 451 00:47:01,700 --> 00:47:02,800 Time, Pilch. My move. 452 00:47:03,000 --> 00:47:07,900 -No fair! You lured him with produce. -Tough noogies. It's still my turn. 453 00:47:08,300 --> 00:47:10,300 Nice and slow, baby. 454 00:47:10,700 --> 00:47:14,000 If the beetle moves one of your men, does that still count? 455 00:47:15,600 --> 00:47:17,800 Of course it counts. How do you play? 456 00:47:19,000 --> 00:47:21,600 Agent Starling? 457 00:47:22,000 --> 00:47:23,700 Where the heck did this come from? 458 00:47:24,100 --> 00:47:25,700 It's practically mush. 459 00:47:25,900 --> 00:47:30,100 It was found in a murder victim. The body was in the Elk River. 460 00:47:30,300 --> 00:47:31,800 It's Buffalo Bill, isn't it? 461 00:47:32,000 --> 00:47:33,300 I can't tell you any more. 462 00:47:33,500 --> 00:47:34,700 We heard it on the radio. 463 00:47:34,900 --> 00:47:38,200 You mean this is a clue from a real murder case? Cool! 464 00:47:38,400 --> 00:47:41,100 Just ignore him. He's not a Ph.D. 465 00:47:41,500 --> 00:47:44,200 Sphingid Ceratomia, maybe... 466 00:47:44,400 --> 00:47:47,000 Boy, he's a big sucker. 467 00:47:47,800 --> 00:47:49,100 Okay... 468 00:47:49,300 --> 00:47:51,300 ...let's check morphology. 469 00:48:00,200 --> 00:48:02,900 What do you do when you're not detecting, Agent Starling? 470 00:48:04,200 --> 00:48:06,700 Try to be a student, Dr. Pilcher. 471 00:48:07,300 --> 00:48:09,800 You ever go out for cheeseburgers and beer? 472 00:48:11,100 --> 00:48:12,900 The amusing house wine? 473 00:48:13,100 --> 00:48:14,900 Are you hitting on me, doctor? 474 00:48:15,800 --> 00:48:17,600 -Yes. -Gotcha! 475 00:48:17,800 --> 00:48:18,700 What do you got? 476 00:48:18,900 --> 00:48:23,800 Agent Starling, meet Mr. Acherontia Styx. 477 00:48:24,000 --> 00:48:25,100 Weird. 478 00:48:25,300 --> 00:48:28,500 Better known to his friends as the Death's-head moth. 479 00:48:28,700 --> 00:48:29,800 Where does it come from? 480 00:48:30,100 --> 00:48:33,000 That's what's strange. They only live in Asia. 481 00:48:33,200 --> 00:48:35,800 They're specially raised from imported eggs. 482 00:48:36,000 --> 00:48:39,400 Somebody grew this guy. Fed him honey and nightshade. 483 00:48:39,600 --> 00:48:41,400 Kept him warm. 484 00:48:42,200 --> 00:48:44,000 Somebody loved him. 485 00:49:18,100 --> 00:49:19,900 Where are you?! 486 00:49:21,000 --> 00:49:23,400 Let me out of here! 487 00:49:29,500 --> 00:49:30,700 Hey! 488 00:49:31,900 --> 00:49:34,300 Please help me! 489 00:49:37,100 --> 00:49:39,200 Help me, please! 490 00:49:39,400 --> 00:49:41,900 Why won't you answer me?! Please! 491 00:49:44,900 --> 00:49:48,100 -Good morning. I'm Donna Ferucchi. -I'm Gene Cassel with sports. 492 00:49:48,300 --> 00:49:51,300 And I'm Tim Langhorn. Our top story this morning: 493 00:49:51,700 --> 00:49:55,900 Catherine Martin, the 25-year-old daughter of Senator Ruth Martin... 494 00:49:56,100 --> 00:49:57,500 ...listed as a missing person... 495 00:49:57,700 --> 00:50:02,200 ...is believed to have been kidnapped by the killer known as "Buffalo Bill." 496 00:50:02,400 --> 00:50:05,800 Memphis police say the missing girl's blouse has been identified... 497 00:50:06,000 --> 00:50:10,600 ...sliced up the back, in what has become a kind of grim calling card. 498 00:50:10,800 --> 00:50:14,700 Young Catherine is the only daughter of U.S. Senator Ruth Martin... 499 00:50:14,900 --> 00:50:17,000 ...the Republican senator from Tennessee. 500 00:50:17,200 --> 00:50:20,800 And while her kidnapping is not considered politically motivated... 501 00:50:21,000 --> 00:50:23,900 ...it has stirred the government to its highest levels. 502 00:50:24,100 --> 00:50:26,900 Reached for comment on the ski slopes of Vermont... 503 00:50:27,100 --> 00:50:30,700 ...the president himself said to be, and I quote, "intensely concerned." 504 00:50:30,900 --> 00:50:35,500 Just moments ago, Senator Martin taped this dramatic personal plea: 505 00:50:35,700 --> 00:50:39,500 I'm speaking, now, to the person holding my daughter. 506 00:50:40,600 --> 00:50:44,100 Catherine is very gentle and kind. 507 00:50:44,500 --> 00:50:46,800 Talk to her and you'll see. 508 00:50:48,200 --> 00:50:52,000 You have the power. You are in charge. 509 00:50:54,700 --> 00:50:58,100 I know you can feel love and compassion. 510 00:50:59,400 --> 00:51:03,100 You have a wonderful chance to show the whole world... 511 00:51:03,300 --> 00:51:06,800 ...that you can be merciful, as well as strong. 512 00:51:07,000 --> 00:51:09,800 That you're big enough to treat Catherine better... 513 00:51:10,000 --> 00:51:12,100 ...than the world has treated you. 514 00:51:12,400 --> 00:51:14,200 You have that power. 515 00:51:14,300 --> 00:51:18,800 Please. My daughter is Catherine. 516 00:51:19,000 --> 00:51:21,100 Boy, that's smart. 517 00:51:21,300 --> 00:51:22,800 Jesus, that's really smart. 518 00:51:23,000 --> 00:51:25,000 She keeps repeating the name. 519 00:51:25,200 --> 00:51:29,700 If he sees Catherine as a person, not an object, it's harder to tear her up. 520 00:51:29,900 --> 00:51:33,700 Please, release my little girl. 521 00:51:33,900 --> 00:51:37,500 What you're doing, Ms. Starling, is coming into my hospital... 522 00:51:37,700 --> 00:51:41,300 ...and refusing to share information with me for the third time. 523 00:51:41,600 --> 00:51:46,100 Sir, I told you this is just a routine follow-up on the Raspail... 524 00:51:46,300 --> 00:51:48,400 He is my patient. I have rights. 525 00:51:48,600 --> 00:51:49,400 I understand that. 526 00:51:49,600 --> 00:51:54,100 Look, I am not just some turnkey, Miss Starling. 527 00:51:55,200 --> 00:51:57,500 This is the number for the U.S. Attorney. 528 00:51:57,700 --> 00:52:02,000 Please, either discuss it with him or let me do my job, you understand? 529 00:52:07,500 --> 00:52:10,600 If your profile helps us catch Buffalo Bill... 530 00:52:10,800 --> 00:52:13,500 ...in time to save Catherine Martin... 531 00:52:13,700 --> 00:52:17,200 ...the senator promises you a transfer to the VA Hospital... 532 00:52:17,400 --> 00:52:20,800 ...at Oneida Park, New York, with a view of the woods nearby. 533 00:52:21,000 --> 00:52:23,700 Maximum security still applies, of course. 534 00:52:24,200 --> 00:52:26,700 You'd have reasonable access to books. 535 00:52:27,600 --> 00:52:28,700 Best of all, though... 536 00:52:29,900 --> 00:52:33,900 ...one week of the year, you get to leave the hospital... 537 00:52:34,100 --> 00:52:36,500 ...and go here: 538 00:52:39,000 --> 00:52:41,000 Plum Island. 539 00:52:41,900 --> 00:52:45,100 Every day of that week, you may walk on the beach. 540 00:52:45,300 --> 00:52:48,500 You may swim in the ocean for up to one hour... 541 00:52:48,700 --> 00:52:51,300 ...under SWAT team surveillance, of course. 542 00:52:52,500 --> 00:52:53,700 And there you have it. 543 00:52:56,500 --> 00:53:00,700 A copy of the Buffalo Bill case file. 544 00:53:01,700 --> 00:53:04,100 A copy of the senator's offer. 545 00:53:04,300 --> 00:53:07,600 This offer is non-negotiable and final. 546 00:53:08,300 --> 00:53:10,800 Catherine Martin dies, you get nothing. 547 00:53:21,100 --> 00:53:25,700 Plum Island Animal Disease Research Center. 548 00:53:27,500 --> 00:53:29,000 Sounds charming. 549 00:53:29,800 --> 00:53:33,400 That's only part of the island. There's a very nice beach. 550 00:53:33,600 --> 00:53:35,900 Terns nest there. There's beautiful... 551 00:53:36,100 --> 00:53:38,200 Terns? 552 00:53:39,200 --> 00:53:42,200 If I help you, Clarice, it will be "turns" with us too. 553 00:53:42,400 --> 00:53:45,500 Quid pro quo. I tell you things, you tell me things. 554 00:53:45,700 --> 00:53:48,400 Not about this case, though. About yourself. 555 00:53:48,600 --> 00:53:51,600 Quid pro quo. Yes or no? 556 00:53:54,100 --> 00:53:57,600 Yes or no, Clarice? Poor little Catherine is waiting. 557 00:53:58,800 --> 00:54:00,200 Go, doctor. 558 00:54:01,400 --> 00:54:04,000 What is your worst memory of childhood? 559 00:54:06,000 --> 00:54:07,700 The death of my father. 560 00:54:08,500 --> 00:54:11,600 Tell me about it. And don't lie, or I'll know. 561 00:54:12,700 --> 00:54:14,800 He was a town marshal... 562 00:54:16,100 --> 00:54:21,400 ...and one night he surprised two burglars coming out of a drugstore. 563 00:54:23,100 --> 00:54:24,600 They shot him. 564 00:54:25,200 --> 00:54:27,400 Was he killed outright? 565 00:54:27,600 --> 00:54:32,200 No, he was very strong. He lasted more than a month. 566 00:54:32,900 --> 00:54:35,400 My mother died when I was very young, so... 567 00:54:37,400 --> 00:54:40,500 ...my father had become the whole world to me... 568 00:54:40,700 --> 00:54:44,100 ...and when he left me, I had nothing. I was 10 years old. 569 00:54:44,800 --> 00:54:47,500 You're very frank, Clarice. 570 00:54:47,800 --> 00:54:52,600 I think it would be quite something to know you in private life. 571 00:54:54,500 --> 00:54:56,300 Quid pro quo, doctor. 572 00:54:57,400 --> 00:55:01,900 So tell me about Miss West Virginia. Was she a large girl? 573 00:55:04,700 --> 00:55:05,500 Yes. 574 00:55:05,800 --> 00:55:08,200 Big through the hips, roomy? 575 00:55:08,400 --> 00:55:09,700 They all were. 576 00:55:10,400 --> 00:55:11,500 What else? 577 00:55:11,800 --> 00:55:15,600 She had an object deliberately inserted into her throat. 578 00:55:15,800 --> 00:55:20,300 Now, that hasn't been made public yet. We don't know what it means. 579 00:55:20,500 --> 00:55:22,100 Was it a butterfly? 580 00:55:23,500 --> 00:55:26,200 Yes. A moth. 581 00:55:26,800 --> 00:55:31,500 Just like the one we found in Benjamin Raspail's head an hour ago. 582 00:55:32,500 --> 00:55:34,300 Why does he place them there, doctor? 583 00:55:35,400 --> 00:55:38,900 The significance of the moth is change. 584 00:55:39,200 --> 00:55:43,100 Caterpillar into chrysalis, or pupa... 585 00:55:43,300 --> 00:55:45,900 ...and from thence into beauty. 586 00:55:46,100 --> 00:55:49,100 Our Billy wants to change too. 587 00:55:49,800 --> 00:55:53,000 There's no correlation between transsexualism and violence. 588 00:55:53,200 --> 00:55:56,000 -Transsexuals are very passive. -Clever girl. 589 00:55:56,600 --> 00:55:59,900 You're so close to the way you're gonna catch him. Do you realize that? 590 00:56:00,100 --> 00:56:02,100 No. Tell me why. 591 00:56:02,900 --> 00:56:06,600 After your father's murder you were orphaned. What happened next? 592 00:56:10,500 --> 00:56:14,700 I don't imagine the answer is on those second-rate shoes, Clarice. 593 00:56:14,900 --> 00:56:18,800 I went to live with my mother's cousin and her husband in Montana. 594 00:56:19,000 --> 00:56:20,300 They had a ranch. 595 00:56:21,000 --> 00:56:22,300 Was it a cattle ranch? 596 00:56:22,700 --> 00:56:24,400 Sheep and horses. 597 00:56:24,900 --> 00:56:26,200 How long did you live there? 598 00:56:27,400 --> 00:56:28,400 Two months. 599 00:56:28,900 --> 00:56:30,000 Why so briefly? 600 00:56:30,600 --> 00:56:31,700 I ran away. 601 00:56:32,200 --> 00:56:36,000 Why, Clarice? Did the rancher make you perform fellatio? 602 00:56:36,200 --> 00:56:38,200 Did he sodomize you? 603 00:56:38,800 --> 00:56:42,400 No. He was a very decent man. 604 00:56:43,700 --> 00:56:46,400 Quid pro quo, doctor. 605 00:56:47,700 --> 00:56:50,000 Billy is not a real transsexual. 606 00:56:50,200 --> 00:56:52,100 But he thinks he is. He tries to be. 607 00:56:52,300 --> 00:56:55,200 He's tried to be a lot of things, I expect. 608 00:56:55,400 --> 00:56:59,400 You said I was very close to the way we'd catch him. What did you mean? 609 00:56:59,600 --> 00:57:02,300 There are three major centers for transsexual surgery: 610 00:57:02,500 --> 00:57:06,600 Johns Hopkins, the University of Minnesota, and Columbus Medical Center. 611 00:57:06,800 --> 00:57:10,100 I wouldn't be surprised if Billy applied for sex reassignment... 612 00:57:10,300 --> 00:57:14,100 ...at one or all of them, and been rejected. 613 00:57:14,300 --> 00:57:16,000 On what basis would they reject him? 614 00:57:17,100 --> 00:57:21,600 Look for severe childhood disturbances associated with violence. 615 00:57:21,800 --> 00:57:24,700 Our Billy wasn't born a criminal, Clarice... 616 00:57:24,900 --> 00:57:28,900 ...he was made one through years of systematic abuse. 617 00:57:29,100 --> 00:57:32,500 Billy hates his own identity, you see... 618 00:57:32,700 --> 00:57:35,500 ...and he thinks that makes him a transsexual... 619 00:57:35,700 --> 00:57:39,800 ...but his pathology is a thousand times more savage... 620 00:57:40,000 --> 00:57:41,800 ...and more terrifying. 621 00:57:45,100 --> 00:57:49,300 It rubs the lotion on its skin. It does this whenever it's told. 622 00:57:49,800 --> 00:57:51,600 Mister, my family will pay cash. 623 00:57:51,800 --> 00:57:54,900 Whatever ransom you're asking for, they'll pay it. 624 00:57:55,700 --> 00:58:00,600 It rubs the lotion on its skin or else it gets the hose again. 625 00:58:02,200 --> 00:58:04,700 Yes, she will, Precious. She'll get the hose. 626 00:58:05,800 --> 00:58:08,500 Okay, okay, okay. 627 00:58:09,600 --> 00:58:11,400 Okay, I'll do it. 628 00:58:11,600 --> 00:58:13,100 Okay. 629 00:58:14,200 --> 00:58:19,600 Mister, if you let me go, I won't press charges. I promise. 630 00:58:20,600 --> 00:58:23,100 See, my mom is a real important woman. 631 00:58:23,300 --> 00:58:25,300 I guess you already know that. 632 00:58:25,500 --> 00:58:28,500 Now it places the lotion in the basket. 633 00:58:28,900 --> 00:58:29,900 Please! 634 00:58:30,900 --> 00:58:32,900 Please, I want to go home. 635 00:58:33,700 --> 00:58:36,800 I want to go home! Please! Please let me. 636 00:58:37,000 --> 00:58:39,500 It places the lotion in the basket. 637 00:58:40,300 --> 00:58:44,500 I want to see my mommy. Please let me. 638 00:58:45,200 --> 00:58:49,000 I want to see my mom again. I want... 639 00:58:49,200 --> 00:58:51,700 I want to see my mom. 640 00:58:52,500 --> 00:58:54,900 Put the fucking lotion in the basket! 641 00:59:30,800 --> 00:59:34,800 You still think you're gonna walk on some beach and see the birdies? 642 00:59:35,000 --> 00:59:36,700 I don't think so. 643 00:59:37,800 --> 00:59:40,000 I called Senator Ruth Martin. 644 00:59:40,200 --> 00:59:43,000 She never heard of any deal with you. 645 00:59:43,800 --> 00:59:46,400 They scammed you, Hannibal. 646 00:59:47,800 --> 00:59:49,400 Stand outside. 647 00:59:50,800 --> 00:59:52,400 And shut the door. 648 00:59:52,700 --> 00:59:54,000 Barney. 649 01:00:00,100 --> 01:00:04,300 There never was a deal with Senator Martin, but there is now. 650 01:00:04,500 --> 01:00:05,800 I designed it. 651 01:00:06,000 --> 01:00:09,700 Of course, I worked in a few conditions for my own benefit as well. 652 01:00:10,000 --> 01:00:13,000 Identify Buffalo Bill by name... 653 01:00:13,200 --> 01:00:15,300 ...and if the girl is found in time... 654 01:00:15,500 --> 01:00:19,800 ...you'll be transferred to Brushy Mountain State Prison in Tennessee. 655 01:00:20,800 --> 01:00:22,700 Answer me, Hannibal. 656 01:00:24,700 --> 01:00:26,300 You answer me now... 657 01:00:26,500 --> 01:00:29,300 ...or, by God, you'll never leave this cell. 658 01:00:31,300 --> 01:00:33,500 Who is Buffalo Bill? 659 01:00:34,400 --> 01:00:36,600 His first name is Louis. 660 01:00:37,000 --> 01:00:40,600 I'll tell the rest to the Senator herself, but only in Tennessee. 661 01:00:40,800 --> 01:00:43,300 And I have a few conditions of my own. 662 01:00:45,900 --> 01:00:47,900 Clean him up and get him ready to go. 663 01:00:49,000 --> 01:00:52,200 Jack, Hannibal Lecter is being transferred to Memphis. 664 01:00:52,400 --> 01:00:53,700 Transferred? 665 01:00:53,900 --> 01:00:58,400 Did you have a trainee make a phony offer to Lecter in the senator's name? 666 01:00:58,600 --> 01:01:00,400 I rolled the dice. I had to. 667 01:01:00,600 --> 01:01:02,600 Well, she's mad as hell, Jack. 668 01:01:02,800 --> 01:01:04,800 Paul Krendler's here from Justice. 669 01:01:05,000 --> 01:01:07,800 She's asking him to take over in Memphis. 670 01:01:32,400 --> 01:01:34,300 Welcome to Memphis, Dr. Lecter. 671 01:01:34,500 --> 01:01:37,100 I'm Lieutenant Boyle. This is Sergeant Patrick. 672 01:01:37,300 --> 01:01:39,400 We'll treat you as good as you treat us. 673 01:01:39,600 --> 01:01:42,700 You be a gentleman, you'll get three hots and a cot. 674 01:01:43,700 --> 01:01:47,600 Sir, if you sign right here, we'll have us a legal transfer. 675 01:01:53,000 --> 01:01:54,700 Here, sir, use mine. 676 01:02:41,800 --> 01:02:42,800 Senator Martin... 677 01:02:44,200 --> 01:02:46,300 ...Dr. Hannibal Lecter. 678 01:02:51,000 --> 01:02:52,600 Dr. Lecter... 679 01:02:53,100 --> 01:02:56,600 ...l've brought an affidavit guaranteeing your new rights. 680 01:02:56,900 --> 01:02:59,300 You'll want to read it before I sign. 681 01:03:03,000 --> 01:03:07,200 I won't waste your time or Catherine's time bargaining for petty privileges. 682 01:03:07,400 --> 01:03:11,300 Clarice Starling and Jack Crawford have wasted too much time already. 683 01:03:11,800 --> 01:03:14,900 I only pray they haven't doomed the poor girl. 684 01:03:15,900 --> 01:03:19,200 Let me help you now. I will trust you when it is all over. 685 01:03:19,700 --> 01:03:21,700 You have my word. Paul. 686 01:03:24,400 --> 01:03:26,900 Buffalo Bill's real name is Louis Friend. 687 01:03:28,300 --> 01:03:32,200 I met him just once. He was referred to me in April or May, 1980... 688 01:03:32,400 --> 01:03:35,100 ...by my patient Benjamin Raspail. 689 01:03:35,300 --> 01:03:37,200 They were lovers, you see. 690 01:03:37,600 --> 01:03:41,600 But Raspail had become very frightened. 691 01:03:41,800 --> 01:03:45,200 Apparently, Louis had murdered a transient... 692 01:03:45,400 --> 01:03:47,100 ...and done things with the skin. 693 01:03:47,100 --> 01:03:49,000 ...and done things with the skin. 694 01:03:49,900 --> 01:03:52,400 We need his address and a physical description. 695 01:03:53,700 --> 01:03:55,500 Tell me, senator. 696 01:03:56,000 --> 01:03:58,400 Did you nurse Catherine yourself? 697 01:03:58,800 --> 01:04:01,500 -What? -Did you breast-feed her? 698 01:04:01,700 --> 01:04:04,100 -Now, wait a minute! -Yes. I did. 699 01:04:04,400 --> 01:04:06,400 Toughened your nipples, didn't it? 700 01:04:06,700 --> 01:04:07,600 You son of a bitch! 701 01:04:08,200 --> 01:04:12,000 Amputate a man's leg, and he can still feel it tickling. 702 01:04:12,200 --> 01:04:15,500 Tell me, Mom, when your little girl is on the slab... 703 01:04:15,700 --> 01:04:17,200 ...where will it tickle you? 704 01:04:18,100 --> 01:04:21,400 Take this thing back to Baltimore. 705 01:04:22,400 --> 01:04:25,400 Five-foot-ten, strongly built, about 180 pounds. 706 01:04:25,600 --> 01:04:28,200 Hair, blond. Eyes, pale blue. 707 01:04:28,400 --> 01:04:29,600 He'd be about 35 now. 708 01:04:29,800 --> 01:04:32,700 He said he lived in Philadelphia but may have lied. 709 01:04:32,900 --> 01:04:34,600 That's all I can remember, Mom. 710 01:04:34,900 --> 01:04:37,500 But if I think of any more, I will let you know. 711 01:04:40,000 --> 01:04:42,400 Oh, and senator, just one more thing: 712 01:04:44,800 --> 01:04:46,600 Love your suit. 713 01:04:48,700 --> 01:04:51,700 In a meeting earlier today with Senator Ruth Martin... 714 01:04:51,900 --> 01:04:56,100 ...Dr. Lecter agreed to help in the investigation to find Buffalo Bill. 715 01:04:58,500 --> 01:05:00,500 -How do you fit in? -My unique insight... 716 01:05:00,700 --> 01:05:02,600 ...into Lecter made the breakthrough. 717 01:05:02,800 --> 01:05:03,900 Buffalo Bill's name? 718 01:05:04,100 --> 01:05:07,900 His name is now a matter of record with the proper authorities. 719 01:05:08,100 --> 01:05:10,600 -Can you give us...? -I'm Dr. Frederick Chilton. 720 01:05:10,800 --> 01:05:12,300 -Spell it? -That's C-H... 721 01:05:14,000 --> 01:05:16,000 Are you with Dr. Chilton's group? 722 01:05:16,200 --> 01:05:18,700 Well, I just saw him outside, sir. 723 01:05:18,900 --> 01:05:22,200 Access to Lecter is limited. We've received death threats. 724 01:05:22,400 --> 01:05:24,000 I understand, sir. 725 01:05:30,100 --> 01:05:31,700 Log in and check your weapon. 726 01:05:33,100 --> 01:05:35,400 I can't take all the credit myself. 727 01:05:35,600 --> 01:05:37,900 Senator Martin, Justice Department, FBI... 728 01:05:38,100 --> 01:05:41,500 ...folks at the Baltimore State Hospital. Now for the hard part: 729 01:05:41,700 --> 01:05:43,500 Apprehending the suspect. 730 01:05:44,000 --> 01:05:46,100 Excuse me, I have to catch a flight. 731 01:05:50,300 --> 01:05:52,500 Command desk, Officer Jacobs. 732 01:06:01,500 --> 01:06:04,500 -Is it true what they're saying? -Huh? 733 01:06:05,500 --> 01:06:07,600 He's some kind of vampire? 734 01:06:09,800 --> 01:06:12,000 They don't have a name for what he is. 735 01:06:13,200 --> 01:06:14,800 You do know the rules, ma'am? 736 01:06:15,600 --> 01:06:17,900 Yes, I've questioned him before. 737 01:06:21,400 --> 01:06:22,400 Go ahead. 738 01:06:59,900 --> 01:07:01,900 Good evening, Clarice. 739 01:07:03,400 --> 01:07:06,100 I thought you might like your drawings back. 740 01:07:08,800 --> 01:07:10,800 Just until you get your view. 741 01:07:11,500 --> 01:07:13,800 How very thoughtful. 742 01:07:14,700 --> 01:07:17,500 Or did Jack Crawford send you for one last wheedle... 743 01:07:17,700 --> 01:07:19,900 ...before you're both booted off the case? 744 01:07:20,500 --> 01:07:22,600 No. I came because I wanted to. 745 01:07:27,300 --> 01:07:29,800 People will say we're in love. 746 01:07:33,900 --> 01:07:36,400 Anthrax Island. 747 01:07:36,600 --> 01:07:39,600 That was an especially nice touch, Clarice. 748 01:07:39,800 --> 01:07:40,800 Yours? 749 01:07:41,500 --> 01:07:42,500 Yes. 750 01:07:42,700 --> 01:07:44,300 Yeah. 751 01:07:44,900 --> 01:07:46,700 That was good. 752 01:07:46,900 --> 01:07:48,800 Pity about poor Catherine, though. 753 01:07:49,000 --> 01:07:51,100 Ticktock, ticktock, ticktock. 754 01:07:51,300 --> 01:07:54,100 Your anagrams are showing, doctor. 755 01:07:54,900 --> 01:07:56,400 Louis Friend? 756 01:07:57,200 --> 01:08:00,400 Iron sulfide, also known as fool's gold. 757 01:08:00,800 --> 01:08:04,700 Oh, Clarice, your problem is, you need to get more fun out of life. 758 01:08:05,200 --> 01:08:08,100 You were telling me the truth back in Baltimore, sir. 759 01:08:08,300 --> 01:08:09,800 Please continue now. 760 01:08:10,400 --> 01:08:12,900 Well, I've read the case files. Have you? 761 01:08:13,300 --> 01:08:16,300 Everything you need to find him is there in those pages. 762 01:08:16,500 --> 01:08:19,400 -Then tell me how. -First principles, Clarice. 763 01:08:19,600 --> 01:08:22,700 Simplicity. Read Marcus Aurelius. 764 01:08:22,900 --> 01:08:26,400 Of each particular thing, ask: What is it in itself? 765 01:08:26,600 --> 01:08:28,400 What is its nature? 766 01:08:28,900 --> 01:08:32,800 What does he do, this man you seek? 767 01:08:34,300 --> 01:08:35,500 He kills women. 768 01:08:35,700 --> 01:08:38,700 No. That is incidental. 769 01:08:39,700 --> 01:08:44,800 What is the principle thing he does? What needs does he serve by killing? 770 01:08:45,300 --> 01:08:46,500 Anger... 771 01:08:48,200 --> 01:08:52,200 ...social acceptance and sexual frustration... 772 01:08:52,400 --> 01:08:53,400 No! 773 01:08:54,000 --> 01:08:56,000 He covets. 774 01:08:56,900 --> 01:08:58,400 That is his nature. 775 01:08:58,900 --> 01:09:01,300 And how do we begin to covet, Clarice? 776 01:09:02,100 --> 01:09:04,700 Do we seek out things to covet? 777 01:09:05,300 --> 01:09:07,200 Make an effort to answer now. 778 01:09:07,400 --> 01:09:09,900 No, we just... 779 01:09:10,100 --> 01:09:13,400 No, we begin by coveting what we see every day. 780 01:09:13,600 --> 01:09:16,900 Don't you feel eyes moving over your body, Clarice? 781 01:09:17,600 --> 01:09:21,000 And don't your eyes seek out the things you want? 782 01:09:21,700 --> 01:09:24,100 All right, yes. Now, please tell me how. 783 01:09:24,300 --> 01:09:25,700 No. 784 01:09:26,500 --> 01:09:28,400 It is your turn to tell me, Clarice. 785 01:09:28,600 --> 01:09:31,100 You don't have any more vacations to sell. 786 01:09:31,800 --> 01:09:34,300 Why did you leave that ranch? 787 01:09:34,600 --> 01:09:38,600 Doctor, we don't have any more time for any of this now. 788 01:09:38,800 --> 01:09:41,300 But we don't reckon time the same way, do we? 789 01:09:41,600 --> 01:09:43,400 This is all the time you'll have. 790 01:09:43,600 --> 01:09:45,900 Later. Please listen. We've only got five... 791 01:09:46,100 --> 01:09:49,500 No! I will listen now. 792 01:09:51,600 --> 01:09:54,600 Your father's murder orphaned you when you were 10. 793 01:09:54,800 --> 01:09:59,600 You went to live with cousins on a sheep and horse ranch in Montana. And? 794 01:10:01,900 --> 01:10:04,100 And one morning I just ran away. 795 01:10:04,800 --> 01:10:08,300 Not "just," Clarice. What set you off? 796 01:10:08,600 --> 01:10:10,100 You started at what time? 797 01:10:10,900 --> 01:10:12,200 Early, still dark. 798 01:10:12,400 --> 01:10:15,000 Then something woke you. Was it a dream? 799 01:10:15,200 --> 01:10:16,300 What was it? 800 01:10:17,800 --> 01:10:19,600 I heard a strange noise. 801 01:10:20,800 --> 01:10:22,200 What was it? 802 01:10:22,800 --> 01:10:24,000 It was... 803 01:10:25,200 --> 01:10:26,700 ...screaming. 804 01:10:28,300 --> 01:10:31,000 Some kind of screaming, like a child's voice. 805 01:10:31,600 --> 01:10:33,000 What did you do? 806 01:10:33,600 --> 01:10:34,900 I went... 807 01:10:35,100 --> 01:10:37,800 ...downstairs. Outside. 808 01:10:40,000 --> 01:10:42,500 I crept up into the barn. 809 01:10:42,800 --> 01:10:46,000 I was so scared to look inside, but I had to. 810 01:10:47,100 --> 01:10:50,400 And what did you see, Clarice? What did you see? 811 01:10:51,800 --> 01:10:53,100 Lambs. 812 01:10:54,300 --> 01:10:56,000 They were screaming. 813 01:10:56,600 --> 01:10:59,300 They were slaughtering the spring lambs? 814 01:10:59,900 --> 01:11:01,600 And they were screaming. 815 01:11:02,900 --> 01:11:04,600 And you ran away? 816 01:11:04,800 --> 01:11:08,700 No. First I tried to free them. 817 01:11:09,300 --> 01:11:11,800 I opened the gate to their pen. 818 01:11:12,000 --> 01:11:15,400 They just stood there, confused. They wouldn't run. 819 01:11:15,600 --> 01:11:18,100 But you could and you did, didn't you? 820 01:11:18,900 --> 01:11:22,300 Yes. I took one lamb and I ran away as fast as I could. 821 01:11:22,500 --> 01:11:24,300 Where were you going, Clarice? 822 01:11:24,500 --> 01:11:27,500 I don't know. I didn't have any food, any water... 823 01:11:27,700 --> 01:11:30,400 ...and it was very cold. It was very cold. 824 01:11:32,600 --> 01:11:33,700 I thought... 825 01:11:34,600 --> 01:11:37,200 I thought if I could save just one... 826 01:11:39,200 --> 01:11:40,800 ...but he was so heavy. 827 01:11:41,900 --> 01:11:43,400 He was so heavy. 828 01:11:48,700 --> 01:11:52,600 I didn't get more than a few miles when the sheriff's car picked me up. 829 01:11:55,800 --> 01:12:00,000 The rancher was so angry he sent me to a Lutheran orphanage in Bozeman. 830 01:12:00,800 --> 01:12:02,800 I never saw the ranch again. 831 01:12:03,500 --> 01:12:06,300 What became of your lamb, Clarice? 832 01:12:08,200 --> 01:12:09,500 They killed him. 833 01:12:09,900 --> 01:12:12,100 You still wake up sometimes, don't you? 834 01:12:12,400 --> 01:12:14,100 Wake up in the dark... 835 01:12:14,700 --> 01:12:17,600 ...and hear the screaming of the lambs? 836 01:12:18,200 --> 01:12:19,300 Yes. 837 01:12:20,800 --> 01:12:23,600 And you think if you save poor Catherine... 838 01:12:23,800 --> 01:12:27,300 ...you can make them stop, don't you? You think if Catherine lives... 839 01:12:27,600 --> 01:12:30,800 ...you won't wake up in the dark ever again... 840 01:12:31,000 --> 01:12:33,800 ...to that awful screaming of the lambs. 841 01:12:35,000 --> 01:12:36,400 I don't know. 842 01:12:37,100 --> 01:12:38,400 I don't know. 843 01:12:40,100 --> 01:12:42,500 Thank you, Clarice. 844 01:12:42,700 --> 01:12:44,300 Thank you. 845 01:12:44,600 --> 01:12:46,600 Tell me his name, doctor. 846 01:12:53,600 --> 01:12:55,800 Dr. Chilton, I presume. 847 01:12:56,400 --> 01:12:58,000 I think you know each other. 848 01:13:00,200 --> 01:13:01,700 Okay. 849 01:13:02,400 --> 01:13:04,500 -We found her. -Let's go. 850 01:13:04,700 --> 01:13:06,500 It's your turn, doctor. 851 01:13:06,900 --> 01:13:08,600 -Out! -Tell me his name. 852 01:13:08,800 --> 01:13:11,600 Sorry, ma'am, I've got orders to put you on a plane. 853 01:13:11,800 --> 01:13:13,000 Come on, now. 854 01:13:13,200 --> 01:13:15,200 Brave Clarice. 855 01:13:15,500 --> 01:13:19,100 You will let me know when those lambs stop screaming, won't you? 856 01:13:19,300 --> 01:13:21,100 Tell me his name, doctor! 857 01:13:21,300 --> 01:13:22,600 Clarice! 858 01:13:24,000 --> 01:13:25,800 Your case file. 859 01:13:27,500 --> 01:13:28,500 Hey! 860 01:13:30,700 --> 01:13:32,200 Goodbye, Clarice. 861 01:14:38,400 --> 01:14:40,100 Ready when you are, doc. 862 01:14:40,500 --> 01:14:42,600 Just another minute, please. 863 01:14:51,500 --> 01:14:53,900 Son of a bitch demanded a second dinner. 864 01:14:54,100 --> 01:14:55,900 Lamb chops, extra rare. 865 01:14:56,100 --> 01:15:00,700 Wonder what he wants for breakfast? Some damn thing from the zoo? 866 01:15:22,300 --> 01:15:23,800 Good evening, gentlemen. 867 01:15:24,200 --> 01:15:25,900 Okay, doc. Grab some floor. 868 01:15:26,100 --> 01:15:28,200 Same drill as before, please. 869 01:15:35,000 --> 01:15:37,300 Ready when you are, Sergeant Pembry. 870 01:15:53,900 --> 01:15:55,100 Okay. 871 01:16:01,900 --> 01:16:03,400 Hand me that, would you? 872 01:16:09,100 --> 01:16:10,300 Thanks. 873 01:16:14,200 --> 01:16:16,200 Mind the drawings, please. 874 01:16:19,400 --> 01:16:20,400 Thank you. 875 01:16:45,000 --> 01:16:47,600 Pembry, watch it, he's cuffed me! 876 01:16:54,300 --> 01:16:55,700 Jesus Christ! 877 01:18:14,500 --> 01:18:16,900 Ready when you are, Sergeant Pembry. 878 01:18:26,300 --> 01:18:28,300 What is this shit? 879 01:18:30,800 --> 01:18:32,400 Did somebody go up on five? 880 01:18:32,700 --> 01:18:36,500 -No, nobody went up. -Call Pembry. Ask him to tell... 881 01:18:39,400 --> 01:18:43,400 CP, shots fired on five. Repeat, shots fired on five. 882 01:18:43,600 --> 01:18:45,000 Sergeant Tate! 883 01:18:45,600 --> 01:18:47,200 Proceed. Shots fired on five. 884 01:18:47,800 --> 01:18:49,400 Holy shit! 885 01:18:49,600 --> 01:18:51,400 -What the hell? -Bitch! 886 01:18:51,800 --> 01:18:52,800 Shut up! 887 01:18:53,100 --> 01:18:54,200 Bobby, get the vest. 888 01:18:54,400 --> 01:18:55,900 Right, sarge. 889 01:18:56,200 --> 01:18:58,400 -Brady, Howard, cover... -Look! 890 01:19:01,300 --> 01:19:02,800 It stopped. 891 01:19:04,100 --> 01:19:05,700 Seal off a 10-block radius. 892 01:19:05,900 --> 01:19:08,900 Get me the SWAT team and an ambulance, double quick. 893 01:19:09,100 --> 01:19:10,300 We're going up. 894 01:19:39,300 --> 01:19:40,800 Pembry?! 895 01:19:42,200 --> 01:19:43,700 Boyle?! 896 01:19:56,700 --> 01:19:58,100 Oh, God! 897 01:20:05,200 --> 01:20:06,300 Go. 898 01:20:14,100 --> 01:20:15,500 -Clear. -Clear. 899 01:20:15,700 --> 01:20:17,100 Command post. 900 01:20:17,500 --> 01:20:19,100 Two officers down. 901 01:20:19,300 --> 01:20:20,800 -Clear! -Clear! 902 01:20:21,200 --> 01:20:22,400 Lecter's gone, sarge. 903 01:20:22,600 --> 01:20:24,400 Prisoner is missing. 904 01:20:24,600 --> 01:20:26,100 Boyle's gun is gone. 905 01:20:26,400 --> 01:20:28,900 Repeat. Lecter is missing and armed. 906 01:20:29,100 --> 01:20:30,900 He stripped the bed. 907 01:20:31,300 --> 01:20:34,100 Might be making a rope. Check all the windows. 908 01:20:34,300 --> 01:20:36,600 Where the fuck is my ambulance? 909 01:20:37,000 --> 01:20:38,500 He's alive. 910 01:20:39,100 --> 01:20:41,400 Sergeant Tate! He's alive! 911 01:20:41,800 --> 01:20:45,000 Get ahold of him and feel his hands. Talk to him! 912 01:20:45,500 --> 01:20:46,500 What do I say? 913 01:20:46,700 --> 01:20:49,700 It's Jim Pembry. Now talk to him, damn it! 914 01:20:50,600 --> 01:20:52,800 Lecter is missing and armed. 915 01:20:53,000 --> 01:20:56,900 -Pembry. Pembry, can you hear me? -He took Boyle's gun. 916 01:20:57,100 --> 01:21:00,100 Pembry got off one round. There's a chance Lecter's hit. 917 01:21:00,300 --> 01:21:02,200 Keep breathing in and out. 918 01:21:02,400 --> 01:21:06,000 You're doing a good job. You look real good there. 919 01:21:06,600 --> 01:21:09,500 Yeah, you look... Look real good. 920 01:21:26,500 --> 01:21:27,700 -You ready? -Let's go! 921 01:21:27,900 --> 01:21:29,900 -Let's do it. -Okay, let's go! 922 01:21:40,800 --> 01:21:42,900 Looking good. You're gonna make it. 923 01:21:43,100 --> 01:21:45,100 Everything's just fine. 924 01:21:45,300 --> 01:21:47,600 -I need that IV now! -Lactated Ringer's. 925 01:21:47,800 --> 01:21:50,100 Can we get the strap? Where's the oxygen? 926 01:21:50,400 --> 01:21:54,100 Doing good, buddy. That's right. Stay with me here. 927 01:21:55,400 --> 01:21:58,200 We're losing him! Downstairs, quickly! 928 01:21:58,500 --> 01:22:00,000 And up! 929 01:22:01,200 --> 01:22:02,300 -Elevator! -This way! 930 01:22:02,500 --> 01:22:05,200 -Out of the way! -Get out of the way! 931 01:22:08,900 --> 01:22:10,500 CP to Tate. 932 01:22:10,700 --> 01:22:13,600 Roger, lieutenant. Tate here. 933 01:22:13,800 --> 01:22:16,400 I'm on the elevator bringing Pembry down. 934 01:22:16,900 --> 01:22:18,800 He seems to be hanging on. 935 01:22:19,500 --> 01:22:21,600 Top three floors secured. 936 01:22:22,200 --> 01:22:24,200 Main stairwell secured. 937 01:22:25,200 --> 01:22:27,100 We think he's on two. 938 01:22:40,400 --> 01:22:42,600 Tate, you still with me? 939 01:22:44,200 --> 01:22:46,600 We're pretty sure he's somewhere on two, sir. 940 01:22:46,800 --> 01:22:49,800 That's all for now. Over. 941 01:23:08,300 --> 01:23:10,800 He's on the roof of the elevator. 942 01:23:13,500 --> 01:23:14,900 Okay, guys. 943 01:23:31,500 --> 01:23:32,500 I see him. 944 01:23:33,000 --> 01:23:35,300 There's a gun by his hand. He's not moving. 945 01:23:36,200 --> 01:23:39,000 -One warning. We need him alive. -Got it. 946 01:23:40,100 --> 01:23:41,300 Lecter? 947 01:23:41,600 --> 01:23:43,500 Put your hands on your head. 948 01:23:45,900 --> 01:23:47,400 One in the leg. 949 01:23:58,400 --> 01:24:00,000 No movement. 950 01:24:01,200 --> 01:24:03,900 Johnny, hold your fire. We're coming into the car. 951 01:24:04,400 --> 01:24:06,000 We're opening the hatch. 952 01:24:06,800 --> 01:24:07,800 Watch his hands. 953 01:24:08,000 --> 01:24:11,000 If there's any fire, it'll come from us. Affirm. 954 01:24:11,200 --> 01:24:12,200 Got it. 955 01:24:38,400 --> 01:24:40,300 Memphis General, this is Unit 26. 956 01:24:40,500 --> 01:24:43,000 We're inbound with a 50-year-old male officer... 957 01:24:43,300 --> 01:24:45,400 ...with severe facial lacerations. 958 01:24:45,600 --> 01:24:48,700 He had grand mal seizure activity. He's postdictal now. 959 01:24:48,900 --> 01:24:51,100 -I copy. -Vital signs are good. 960 01:24:51,300 --> 01:24:53,000 -Pressure is 130/90. -Ninety? 961 01:24:53,200 --> 01:24:55,300 Yeah, that's right, 90. Pulse, 84. 962 01:24:55,600 --> 01:24:57,900 We got him on lactated Ringer's running... 963 01:24:58,100 --> 01:25:00,400 ...and the patient is on 10 liters of oxygen. 964 01:25:01,500 --> 01:25:02,700 Watch it! 965 01:25:07,000 --> 01:25:10,500 The ambulance was found in a parking garage at Memphis Airport. 966 01:25:10,700 --> 01:25:12,100 The crew was dead. 967 01:25:13,200 --> 01:25:14,800 He killed a tourist too. 968 01:25:15,000 --> 01:25:16,900 Got his clothes, cash. 969 01:25:17,300 --> 01:25:19,100 By now he could be anywhere. 970 01:25:19,300 --> 01:25:21,300 -He won't come after me. -Oh, really? 971 01:25:21,500 --> 01:25:22,600 He won't. 972 01:25:23,100 --> 01:25:24,900 I can't explain it. 973 01:25:25,100 --> 01:25:27,300 He would consider that rude. 974 01:25:27,800 --> 01:25:29,600 It's over. She's dead. 975 01:25:29,800 --> 01:25:31,400 It's not your fault. 976 01:25:31,600 --> 01:25:36,300 Lecter said everything we need to catch him with is here, only I can't... 977 01:25:36,500 --> 01:25:38,300 Dr. Lecter said a lot of things. 978 01:25:39,000 --> 01:25:40,200 He's here, Ardelia. 979 01:26:09,900 --> 01:26:11,800 Is this Lecter's handwriting? 980 01:26:13,900 --> 01:26:18,300 "Doesn't this random scattering of sites seem desperately random? 981 01:26:18,500 --> 01:26:22,300 Like the elaboration of a bad liar? Ta. Hannibal Lecter." 982 01:26:22,500 --> 01:26:25,500 "Desperately random." What does he mean? 983 01:26:25,700 --> 01:26:28,600 Not random at all, maybe. Like there's a pattern here. 984 01:26:29,700 --> 01:26:32,900 But there's no pattern or the computers would've nailed it. 985 01:26:33,100 --> 01:26:35,500 They're even found in random order. 986 01:26:35,700 --> 01:26:39,600 Random because of the one girl. The one he weighted down. 987 01:26:40,000 --> 01:26:41,900 -Fredrica Bimmel. -Right. 988 01:26:42,100 --> 01:26:45,400 From Belvedere, Ohio. 989 01:26:45,600 --> 01:26:49,200 The first girl taken, third body found. Why? 990 01:26:49,400 --> 01:26:51,500 She didn't drift. He weighted her down. 991 01:26:51,800 --> 01:26:55,100 What did Lecter say about the "first principles"? 992 01:26:55,300 --> 01:26:56,800 Simplicity. 993 01:26:57,100 --> 01:27:00,300 What does this guy do? He covets. 994 01:27:00,500 --> 01:27:03,000 How do we first start to covet? 995 01:27:03,200 --> 01:27:04,900 We covet what we see. 996 01:27:05,100 --> 01:27:06,800 Every day. 997 01:27:08,800 --> 01:27:10,000 Hot damn, Clarice. 998 01:27:10,500 --> 01:27:11,700 He knew her. 999 01:28:27,100 --> 01:28:28,500 Mr. Bimmel? 1000 01:28:28,700 --> 01:28:29,900 That's me. 1001 01:28:30,300 --> 01:28:32,900 Hello, I'm Clarice Starling. I'm with the FBI. 1002 01:28:36,900 --> 01:28:40,100 I appreciate you letting me take a look around, Mr. Bimmel. 1003 01:28:40,600 --> 01:28:42,700 I don't know nothing new to tell you. 1004 01:28:42,900 --> 01:28:45,900 Police been back here so many times already. 1005 01:28:46,500 --> 01:28:50,300 Fredrica went into Chicago on the bus to see about a job. 1006 01:28:50,700 --> 01:28:52,400 She left the interview okay. 1007 01:28:52,800 --> 01:28:54,400 She never come home. 1008 01:28:57,200 --> 01:28:59,400 Her bedroom's how she left it. 1009 01:28:59,800 --> 01:29:00,800 Upstairs. 1010 01:29:01,500 --> 01:29:03,000 Door to the left. 1011 01:31:48,000 --> 01:31:51,600 He's making himself a woman suit. Out of real women! 1012 01:31:51,800 --> 01:31:52,900 And he can sew! 1013 01:31:53,100 --> 01:31:56,100 He's very skilled. He's a tailor or a dressmaker or... 1014 01:31:56,300 --> 01:31:58,100 -Starling! -That's why they're big. 1015 01:31:58,300 --> 01:32:00,500 He keeps them alive so he can starve them... 1016 01:32:00,700 --> 01:32:02,100 ...loosen their skin and... 1017 01:32:02,300 --> 01:32:04,900 Starling! We know who and where he is! 1018 01:32:05,100 --> 01:32:06,600 We're on our way right now. 1019 01:32:06,800 --> 01:32:09,700 -Where? -Calumet City, edge of Chicago. 1020 01:32:09,900 --> 01:32:12,400 Be on the ground in 45 minutes with HRT. 1021 01:32:12,600 --> 01:32:14,800 That's great news, sir. But how...? 1022 01:32:15,000 --> 01:32:18,600 We fed the names Johns Hopkins came up with into Known Offenders. 1023 01:32:18,800 --> 01:32:22,700 Subject's name is Jamie Gumb, a.k.a. John Grant. 1024 01:32:23,000 --> 01:32:26,600 Lecter's description was accurate. He just lied about the name. 1025 01:32:26,900 --> 01:32:28,900 Customs had some paper on him. 1026 01:32:29,200 --> 01:32:32,200 They stopped a carton two years ago at LAX. 1027 01:32:32,400 --> 01:32:34,500 Live caterpillars from Suriname. 1028 01:32:34,700 --> 01:32:37,700 The addressee was a Jame Gumb. 1029 01:32:38,300 --> 01:32:41,200 Chicago is only 400 miles from here. I'll be there in... 1030 01:32:41,400 --> 01:32:43,100 No, there's not enough time. 1031 01:32:43,300 --> 01:32:45,500 We want him for murder, not kidnapping. 1032 01:32:45,700 --> 01:32:47,900 Link him to Bimmel before he's indicted. 1033 01:32:48,100 --> 01:32:52,200 -See what you can find in Belvedere. -Yes, sir. You bet. I'll do my best. 1034 01:32:52,400 --> 01:32:53,700 Starling. 1035 01:32:54,100 --> 01:32:57,700 We wouldn't have found him without you. Nobody will forget that. 1036 01:32:58,400 --> 01:33:00,000 Least of all me. 1037 01:33:01,100 --> 01:33:02,200 Thank you, sir. 1038 01:33:02,400 --> 01:33:04,800 Thank you very much, Mr. Crawford. 1039 01:33:06,000 --> 01:33:07,500 Mr. Crawford? 1040 01:33:20,000 --> 01:33:22,300 Thanks for the scraps, asshole. 1041 01:33:22,600 --> 01:33:24,500 I got a better idea. 1042 01:33:45,900 --> 01:33:48,500 Okay, Precious. Time for a little treat. 1043 01:34:01,400 --> 01:34:02,900 Precious! 1044 01:34:05,300 --> 01:34:07,000 Come on, girl! 1045 01:34:08,100 --> 01:34:10,600 Come on, Precious. Come on, Precious. 1046 01:34:19,800 --> 01:34:21,600 Come on, Precious. 1047 01:34:21,800 --> 01:34:24,600 I got a yummy, yummy snack for you. 1048 01:34:24,800 --> 01:34:26,100 Come and get it! 1049 01:34:33,100 --> 01:34:34,500 Precious! 1050 01:34:35,400 --> 01:34:38,100 Are you up there, you little shit? 1051 01:34:38,600 --> 01:34:41,500 Come and get it, pretty girl. 1052 01:34:47,900 --> 01:34:49,300 Precious! 1053 01:34:49,500 --> 01:34:51,700 Please come. Come on. 1054 01:34:59,500 --> 01:35:01,400 Come on, Precious. 1055 01:35:13,300 --> 01:35:14,800 Would you fuck me? 1056 01:35:15,300 --> 01:35:18,200 Come on. Take that bone. Come on. 1057 01:35:18,900 --> 01:35:21,700 Come on. Come on! Come on! 1058 01:35:22,200 --> 01:35:23,400 I'd fuck me. 1059 01:35:24,200 --> 01:35:25,200 Come on. 1060 01:35:29,500 --> 01:35:34,100 I'd fuck me hard. I'd fuck me so hard. 1061 01:35:38,200 --> 01:35:39,500 No! 1062 01:36:40,500 --> 01:36:44,400 Is that a good job, FBI agent? You get to travel around and stuff? 1063 01:36:44,600 --> 01:36:46,800 I mean, better places than this? 1064 01:36:48,600 --> 01:36:50,100 Sometimes you do. 1065 01:36:51,000 --> 01:36:55,400 Freddie was so happy for me when I got this job at the bank. 1066 01:36:55,600 --> 01:36:59,500 Toaster giveaways and Barry Manilow on the speakers all day. 1067 01:36:59,700 --> 01:37:02,300 She thought it was such hot shit. 1068 01:37:02,700 --> 01:37:05,000 What did she know? Big dummy. 1069 01:37:05,200 --> 01:37:09,300 Stacy, did Fredrica ever mention a man named Jamie Gumb? 1070 01:37:09,500 --> 01:37:11,200 Or a Jame Gumb? 1071 01:37:12,000 --> 01:37:14,200 -How about John Grant? -No. 1072 01:37:14,400 --> 01:37:16,800 Would she have had a friend you didn't know? 1073 01:37:17,000 --> 01:37:19,500 No way. If she had a guy, I'd have known. 1074 01:37:19,700 --> 01:37:21,300 Sewing was her life. 1075 01:37:22,000 --> 01:37:23,600 Did you ever work together? 1076 01:37:23,800 --> 01:37:28,600 Me and Pam Malavesi used to help her do alterations for old Mrs. Lippman. 1077 01:37:29,100 --> 01:37:32,700 Can I get Mrs. Lippman's address? I need to talk to her. 1078 01:38:00,800 --> 01:38:02,500 So powerful. 1079 01:38:02,700 --> 01:38:04,400 So beautiful. 1080 01:38:09,500 --> 01:38:10,900 Precious? 1081 01:38:16,700 --> 01:38:17,700 Precious? 1082 01:38:17,900 --> 01:38:19,900 Down here, you sack of shit! 1083 01:38:28,600 --> 01:38:30,100 -Put her in that bucket. -No! 1084 01:38:30,400 --> 01:38:33,200 You get me a telephone and lower it down here, now! 1085 01:38:36,400 --> 01:38:40,300 Oh, poodlie-poo. Precious? Darling, are you all right? 1086 01:38:40,500 --> 01:38:43,500 She's in a lot of pain, mister. She needs a vet. 1087 01:38:47,900 --> 01:38:50,500 She broke her leg on the way down. She's licking... 1088 01:38:50,700 --> 01:38:52,700 Hey! Don't you hurt my dog! 1089 01:38:52,900 --> 01:38:54,800 Don't you make me hurt your dog! 1090 01:38:55,000 --> 01:38:57,200 You don't know what pain is! 1091 01:39:02,600 --> 01:39:06,200 Get me that telephone or I'll kill him! 1092 01:39:10,700 --> 01:39:15,000 -Oh, fuck! -You better get me that telephone! 1093 01:39:15,200 --> 01:39:17,300 I'm gonna do it, mister!! 1094 01:39:17,500 --> 01:39:21,500 I'm gonna snap her neck off, I swear to God! 1095 01:39:22,000 --> 01:39:24,000 All right, mister. I'm doing it! 1096 01:39:47,600 --> 01:39:49,800 Okay, I'm coming. 1097 01:39:51,200 --> 01:39:52,600 We're going in. 1098 01:39:57,400 --> 01:39:59,600 Good afternoon. Sorry to bother you. 1099 01:39:59,800 --> 01:40:02,100 I'm looking for Mrs. Lippman's family. 1100 01:40:02,800 --> 01:40:04,900 FBI! Everybody down! 1101 01:40:05,900 --> 01:40:07,800 Lippmans don't live here anymore. 1102 01:40:08,000 --> 01:40:10,500 Excuse me, sir. I need to speak with you. 1103 01:40:11,700 --> 01:40:13,400 -Clear! -Clear! 1104 01:40:14,300 --> 01:40:16,300 What's the problem, officer? 1105 01:40:16,500 --> 01:40:19,200 I'm investigating the death of Fredrica Bimmel. 1106 01:40:22,600 --> 01:40:24,200 There's no one here, Jack. 1107 01:40:26,800 --> 01:40:28,200 Clarice. 1108 01:40:28,300 --> 01:40:29,400 Your name is? 1109 01:40:29,600 --> 01:40:30,700 Oh, Jack Gordon. 1110 01:40:30,900 --> 01:40:32,800 Mr. Gordon. Good. 1111 01:40:33,000 --> 01:40:36,200 Fredrica worked for Mrs. Lippman. Did you know her? 1112 01:40:37,200 --> 01:40:38,900 No, uh-uh. 1113 01:40:39,400 --> 01:40:40,900 Oh, wait. 1114 01:40:41,200 --> 01:40:43,400 Was she a great big fat person? 1115 01:40:44,300 --> 01:40:45,900 Yes, she was a big girl, sir. 1116 01:40:46,200 --> 01:40:47,600 Yeah, I may have... 1117 01:40:47,900 --> 01:40:50,300 No, I read about her in the newspaper. 1118 01:40:52,200 --> 01:40:54,600 Mrs. Lippman had a son. Maybe he could help. 1119 01:40:54,800 --> 01:40:56,500 I got his card in here. 1120 01:40:56,700 --> 01:40:57,900 You want to come in? 1121 01:40:58,100 --> 01:40:59,200 -May I? -Yeah, sure. 1122 01:40:59,400 --> 01:41:00,600 Thank you. 1123 01:41:19,500 --> 01:41:21,500 Are you close to catching somebody? 1124 01:41:23,300 --> 01:41:24,300 Yes. 1125 01:41:24,500 --> 01:41:25,700 We may be. 1126 01:41:27,500 --> 01:41:28,700 Did you... 1127 01:41:29,700 --> 01:41:33,300 ...take over this place after Mrs. Lippman died, is that right? 1128 01:41:34,600 --> 01:41:38,900 Yeah, I bought this house two years ago. 1129 01:41:40,200 --> 01:41:43,500 Did she leave any records, any business records... 1130 01:41:43,700 --> 01:41:47,500 ...tax forms, lists of employees? 1131 01:41:48,200 --> 01:41:50,100 No, nothing like that at all. 1132 01:41:52,500 --> 01:41:55,200 Say, has the FBI learned something? 1133 01:41:55,400 --> 01:41:58,800 The police around here don't seem to have the first clue. 1134 01:42:08,400 --> 01:42:13,100 Have you got, like, a description, fingerprints, anything like that? 1135 01:42:14,500 --> 01:42:15,600 No. 1136 01:42:18,200 --> 01:42:19,500 No, we don't. 1137 01:42:30,900 --> 01:42:32,400 Here's that number. 1138 01:42:33,900 --> 01:42:35,600 Very good, Mr. Gordon. 1139 01:42:35,800 --> 01:42:37,600 May I use your phone, please? 1140 01:42:45,700 --> 01:42:47,800 Sure you can use my phone. 1141 01:42:49,300 --> 01:42:50,400 Freeze! 1142 01:42:51,300 --> 01:42:55,300 Put your hands over your head and turn around. Spread your legs. 1143 01:42:56,500 --> 01:42:57,800 Spread your legs! 1144 01:42:58,000 --> 01:42:59,700 Put your hands in the back... 1145 01:42:59,900 --> 01:43:01,400 Freeze! 1146 01:44:14,000 --> 01:44:16,000 Hey! 1147 01:44:35,900 --> 01:44:38,200 Are you there? 1148 01:44:39,700 --> 01:44:42,800 I'm down here! I'm down here! 1149 01:45:02,000 --> 01:45:03,600 Catherine Martin? 1150 01:45:03,800 --> 01:45:05,200 Yes! 1151 01:45:06,900 --> 01:45:08,100 FBI. 1152 01:45:08,300 --> 01:45:09,600 You're safe. 1153 01:45:09,800 --> 01:45:12,800 Safe, shit! Get me out of here! 1154 01:45:27,900 --> 01:45:29,800 You're all right. Where is he? 1155 01:45:30,000 --> 01:45:33,000 How the fuck should I know? Just get me out of here! 1156 01:45:33,200 --> 01:45:36,300 Catherine, you've gotta be quiet! Now, shut that dog up! 1157 01:45:36,500 --> 01:45:38,600 Just get me out of here! 1158 01:45:39,700 --> 01:45:40,900 Oh, my God. 1159 01:45:43,300 --> 01:45:47,300 Catherine, I'm gonna get you out. But right now, you listen to me. 1160 01:45:47,600 --> 01:45:50,500 I've gotta leave. I'll be right back. 1161 01:45:50,600 --> 01:45:53,800 No! Don't you leave me here, you fucking bitch! No! 1162 01:45:54,000 --> 01:45:55,500 Don't you leave me here! 1163 01:45:55,700 --> 01:45:58,500 This guy is fucking crazy! 1164 01:46:00,800 --> 01:46:05,700 Wait! I gotta get out of here! 1165 01:46:07,200 --> 01:46:08,200 Please! 1166 01:46:08,400 --> 01:46:13,100 Catherine! The other officers will be here any minute now. 1167 01:46:13,300 --> 01:46:17,000 Wait! Don't go! Please! 1168 01:46:17,200 --> 01:46:18,500 Quiet! 1169 01:46:20,800 --> 01:46:23,400 Oh, God! Oh, God! 1170 01:50:19,200 --> 01:50:21,700 -You okay? -Gunpowder. It's nothing, I'm okay. 1171 01:50:21,900 --> 01:50:24,900 Agent Starling, how did you track Buffalo Bill here? 1172 01:50:31,200 --> 01:50:34,100 Clarice M. Starling. 1173 01:50:36,200 --> 01:50:37,500 Congratulations. 1174 01:50:51,100 --> 01:50:53,800 Ernest W. Stevens. 1175 01:51:11,700 --> 01:51:13,600 Special Agent Starling! 1176 01:51:14,000 --> 01:51:15,900 -Special Agent Mapp. -Phone call. 1177 01:51:16,100 --> 01:51:17,500 Thank you. Excuse me. 1178 01:51:17,700 --> 01:51:18,900 Starling. 1179 01:51:21,800 --> 01:51:24,700 Pilch, could you take our picture? 1180 01:51:24,900 --> 01:51:25,900 Sure. 1181 01:51:27,900 --> 01:51:30,000 I just wanted to say congratulations. 1182 01:51:30,400 --> 01:51:34,000 I'm no good at this kind of thing, so I'm gonna duck out of here. 1183 01:51:34,400 --> 01:51:36,100 Okay. Sure. 1184 01:51:37,600 --> 01:51:39,200 Thank you, Mr. Crawford. 1185 01:51:47,000 --> 01:51:49,300 Your father would've been proud today. 1186 01:51:52,600 --> 01:51:54,300 Don't forget your phone call. 1187 01:51:59,000 --> 01:52:00,300 Starling. 1188 01:52:00,600 --> 01:52:02,200 Well, Clarice... 1189 01:52:02,700 --> 01:52:05,200 ...have the lambs stopped screaming? 1190 01:52:05,600 --> 01:52:06,800 Dr. Lecter? 1191 01:52:07,000 --> 01:52:10,000 Don't bother with a trace. I won't be on long enough. 1192 01:52:13,500 --> 01:52:15,600 Where are you, Dr. Lecter? 1193 01:52:15,800 --> 01:52:17,700 I have no plans to call on you. 1194 01:52:17,900 --> 01:52:20,400 The world's more interesting with you in it. 1195 01:52:20,900 --> 01:52:23,900 So you take care now to extend me the same courtesy. 1196 01:52:24,100 --> 01:52:26,600 You know I can't make that promise. 1197 01:52:27,100 --> 01:52:29,500 I do wish we could chat longer... 1198 01:52:30,800 --> 01:52:33,500 ...but I'm having an old friend for dinner. 1199 01:52:35,000 --> 01:52:36,200 Bye. 1200 01:52:36,700 --> 01:52:38,000 Dr. Lecter! 1201 01:52:40,500 --> 01:52:42,000 Dr. Lecter. 1202 01:52:44,200 --> 01:52:45,600 Dr. Lecter. 1203 01:52:47,600 --> 01:52:49,100 Dr. Lecter? 1204 01:52:50,200 --> 01:52:51,600 Excuse me. I'm sorry. 1205 01:52:51,800 --> 01:52:53,400 The security system's set up? 1206 01:52:53,600 --> 01:52:56,300 -We have the big shot security. -I appreciate it. 91230

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