Beyond Borders CD1
Do we all know where we belong?
And if we do, in our hearts,
why do we so often|do nothing about it?
There must be more|to this life...
a purpose for us all,|a place to belong.
You were my home.
I knew|from the moment I met you...
that night, so many years ago.
Well, come on and let me know
Should I stay or should I go?
Should I stay|or should I go now?
Should I stay|or should I go now?
If I go, there will be trouble
And if I stay,|it will be double
So come on and let me know...
Thanks a lot.
Should I stay|or should I go now?
If I go,|there will be trouble
And if I stay,|it will be double
So, you've got to let me know
Should I stay or should I go?
Thank you very much.
I want to thank the band.
After that racket,|I can only appear good.
Now, Margaret Thatcher...
you've got to hand it to her.
Love her or hate her,|Margaret Thatcher is definitely
the strongest man|in the Tory Party.
Oh, you're freezing.
I know... I couldn't get a cab...|God's punishment.
You don't believe in God.
I know.|So that's Henry, huh?
- Hm-mm.|- Very handsome.
Hi, I'm Charlotte.
How are you? Oh...
Oh, it's good to meet you.
I'm so sorry|I missed the wedding.
No, no, no, no.
I'm sure she's already told you,
I'm crap at appointments|and times and stuff.
Well, she did mention...
Mind you, she|is absolutely nuts,
but you married her,|so you must know, right?
We should introduce you around.
Come with me.
Mom, Dad, may I introduce you|to Sarah's sister, Charlotte.
Yes, of course.
How do you do?
My parents,|Mr. And Mrs. Bauford.
Oh, thank goodness, you both|have the same last name.
Pleasure to meet you, Charlotte,
or do you say Charley?
Um, right now,|I'd say I'm a mess,
so if you don't mind...
I'll take you to the bathroom.
Back in a sec.
Although, according to one|Ethiopian village log drummer,
it translates as "I've just|eaten a sodden grape pie."
Look at you.
Oh, sweetie, you look beautiful.
Look at you.
Look at you...|you're in a dress.
Oh, please, a dress.
I look like Ivana Trump|after a couple of rounds, baby.
First, you've got|to be kidding me.
You know this is pointless.
Oh, I hate this.
So what do you think of him?
I think he's|an absolute sweetheart.
He's gorgeous, really, he is.
He is, and he's sweet|and he's funny and wild.
He's very English.
You married a very English|Englishman.
Home's good.|It misses you.
Oh, you know, very exciting.
They gave me a story|about a ten-car pile-up
on 54th Street.
You know, whatever.
Oh, top of the news pile,|you know?
You will be.
But on that note,
I think it's time|I left the stage
and brought on someone|very special indeed.
Thank you very much.
I'm sorry to interrupt,|but Mr. Bauford's son, Henry,
would like to make|an announcement.
Now, ladies and gentlemen,
as you know, one of the reasons|we're here tonight
is to show our appreciation|to Lawrence Bauford
for all the great work|he's done
as Chairman of Aid Relief|International.
- She's cut.|- Oh God.
Are you all right?
You ask me,|it's a bloody rip-off.
1,000 quid|for an over-cooked meal
and a dry hump|on the dance floor,
but still, we're all|getting drunk for a good cause.
Get him out of here.
It's a bit difficult...
Well, bloody do something.
20 quid a head right there.
Diwy a room rental,|maybe another 20.
30 on catering.
It's got to be 50 quid|on overhead.
There you go, Jojo.
That's your cut.
Oh, I'm sorry.
You haven't met.
This is Jojo.
Actually, he's curious|about your dinner
because when I met him,|he was so hungry
he was trying|to eat his own tongue.
Funny enough, they don't do|Caesar salad with that.
I'll be honest, and I do want|to be honest.
He was a pile of bones
in a pool of shit,
and I don't mean|civilized shit either.
This was the yellow stuff,
liquid fucking evil.
Anyhow, I've got 2000 kids|in my camp in Africa
with the same problem,
and some fucking asshole here|has pulled our funding.
So I guess I'm just going|to have to feed them flies.
Now, Jojo here,|he wanted to know why.
So I showed him this.
"Due to the repressive|political climate,
"we can no longer sustain|a relief presence
Is that a fair description,|Larry?
Or did you want|a more positive spin?
All right, Dr. Callahan.
You've said your piece.
Now you can leave.
Why don't you come up here?|Come on.
The kid just wants to hear|in words he can understand.
2,000 lives,|what does that buy you?
A new car?
A new pair of tits for the wife?
Well, come on, don't be shy.
I've got a camp
with 30,000 people,|dying at 40 a day.
I've got measles, typhoid,|cholera...
every miserable fucking disease
known to man.
Six weeks from now,|they'll all be dead.
Talk to me.
Oh, I get it.
It's the monkey joke, right?
You want him to go...
for you, yeah?
Oh, he'll do that.
He'll do that for you.
300 calories in one banana...
more than he gets in a day.
He'll do whatever you want.
All right, you want to get down|out of the van now, please?
Excuse me, sir.
Can you get down|from the vehicle now, please?
Come on. In you go.
Dr. Callahan, I presume?
I was there tonight.
I was compelled.
Sounds pretentious enough|to be a charity.
No, wait a minute, I remember.
I was in India when
you lot were working the|borders with Afghanistan.
Rumors were, you got in.
There's a lot of people|still dying over there.
They always do, Doctor.
Yeah, well, I'm no warrior.
I'm in the relief business.
So I gathered.
So, here we are...
you with your relief work,|me with my relief work.
And isn't it a strange|coincidence,
because I need|to get into Ethiopia,
and you're already there.
I'd fund your work
"I've got a camp with 30,000|people, dying at 40 a day.
In six weeks time,|they'll all be dead."
Slight exaggeration perhaps,
but very effective.
Since when did the CIA|give a shit
about the starving in Africa?
I presume you are CIA,|Mr. Steiger.
Your performance tonight,
was it a cry for help,
or a cry for attention?
I'd call it a press conference.
No, a declaration|of independence.
Freedom is an|expensive commodity.
You should see what|I paid for your bail.
Passion is cheap, Doctor.
If you're looking|for a dancing bear,
try the fucking circus.
Hmm. Cigarettes at dawn.
Either you're deliriously happy,|or you haven't slept.
Do you need me|to call you a cab?
No, I already called one.
How's your hand?
Oh, it's fine.
So, Henry, is he, uh...?
Oh, he's-he's still sleeping.
I'm going to miss you.
Yeah, me, too.
But, you know, listen,
if it gets too English|over here,
you give me a call,|and I'll send you
a nice American care package|full of macaroni and cheese
and apple pie,|and a pair of sneakers.
That'll go over well here in|fashionable London, I'm sure.
- Cab for Ms. Jordan.|- Okay, thank you.
Well, it's here.
Tell Mr. Sleepy Pants,
that I said good-bye,|pip-pip, cheerio,
or whatever the hell|they do here.
I love you.
I love you, too.
- Take care.|- You, too.
...the boy escaped|while being transferred
to the immigration|facility at Heathrow Airport.
His body was found|early this morning
here under Junction Five.
Initial reports suggest|he died of hypothermia.
A spokesman|for the Immigration Department
blamed the security lapse|on staff shortages.
We are told that the boy|was arrested the previous night
in a disturbance at a charity|ball in a London hotel.
A man identified|as Nicholas Callahan,
a relief worker in Ethiopia,
interrupted the event|with an emotional plea
for more help in Africa.
At Junction Five,|Aidan Pickering, LNS.
When Dubuque started,
you could see how much|she owed to Van Gogh.
She didn't hide it;|it's in all her landscapes,
But if you look here, what she's|doing in this abstract
is something much more|calculated, more developed.
The way she takes the-the theme|of attraction and repulsion,
dark against light.
Over here, another piece,|which I think
has even more emotional depth.
It's beautiful, isn't it?
Now, we do have...|other examples of her work,
which I think you should see.
Sweetheart, are you sure you|know what you're doing?
Yes, I do.
And before you say anything,|I've spoken
to all the relevant relief|organizations and embassies,
and with 40,000 pounds...
What are you talking about?
Where are you going|to find 40,000...?
...and supplies from surplus|regions in Southern Sudan.
And from there,|I transport them to Tigre.
I've cleared out my savings,
I'm still short about 8,000.
But, Sarah, this isn't|how it's done.
You don't go...
Henry, Henry.|I've made up my mind.
Well, then send the money,|do charitable work, whatever,
but don't go roaring off
to some godforsaken hole|in Africa
just to salve your conscience.
It's just too...
Well, it's not the most|grown-up way to deal with
Well, maybe I don't want|to grow up.
If that's what you want,
- It is.|- Then fine.
I'll help you find the money.
I'll talk to Dad.
He knows everybody.
Mind you, Ethiopia is a bit...
It'll be fine.
It'll be fine.|We'll find the money.
Come with me.
Honey, even if I could...
No, it's not that.
You know me, I'm not made|for that kind of thing.
I'm a city boy. I need|four walls and a bed.
Besides, I've got meetings|up to here
for the next month.
You should go.
You've got the right attitude.
Listen, I know this sounds|like Little Miss Bleeding Heart
and all that...|I just, I don't care.
I know I'm being crazy|and driving you crazy,
and of course I understand|you can't come, but...
you meet me off the plane?
You meet me off the plane?
Of course I'll meet|you off the plane.
Three years and no rain,|not a drop.
That, and war.
People leave their homes,|they walk for many days.
We only have ten camps|on the south side.
Too many people,|not enough camps.
Measles, you know measles?
Yes, of course.
We lose more people|to measles and diarrhea.
Many die, no vaccine.
- We brought some vaccines...|- Also cholera, everywhere.
We dig very deep now|for good water.
Starvation everywhere,|death is everywhere.
You speak English very well.
Missionaries teach me.
So are you married?
- Do you have a husband?|- Man? Bullshit.
I need no man.
They beg to marry me,|many times,
but I drive truck.
Lazy man, good-for-nothing.
I'm too old now anyway.
No man in my village|want woman over 18.
In my tribe, it's 30.
Stop the truck. Stop. Stop!
Is this your son?
This your son?
We go.|Too dangerous to stop.
We go now.
Is a waste.
Child and mother, both a waste.
Stupid baby woman.
Tula, shut up.
I'll give you four bags.
Four bags not enough.
I take one truck.
You want to tell them that|you're taking half their food?
How many are you?|50? A hundred?
My men fight...
I know, I know...|for the people.
No. No, no, no, no.
Four each truck.
This is fair.
Hmm, Mr. Elliott?
Welcome to famine relief.
Okay, kill it!
Hold his legs, okay?
This child,|his mother's in the truck.
- Too late.|- What?
Too late, as in no point.
Well, quite apart from|any illnesses they may have,
they're too weak to survive.
You just decide that?
It's called triage.|I'm a doctor.
- I've got 30,000...|- I know.
I heard that already in London.
Yes. I still think|you should help them.
Oh, you do, do you?
Yes, I do.
I see. You pay|for these trucks,
so I have to indulge|some fucking white girl's idea
of heroism, right?
Well, why stop there?|Do you want a picture?
I can get you a picture
of "poor little rich girl|holds dying black baby."
You do your hair right,|you'll look great.
I saw the child from the truck.
I picked him up,|his mother was wounded.
I brought her, too.
Can you please look at them?
Okay, so...|I'm the chief administrator
and logistician, if that|doesn't sound too pompous,
and you've met Nick,
who's our team leader|and full-time doctor.
He's got a lot on his hands|right now.
So this is|the food-distribution center.
Low-tech but effective,
like the rest of us.
The food supplies I brought,|how long will they last?
Oh, three or four days, maybe.
I'm afraid so, yeah.
What are you going to do|when the food runs out?
Well, we usually find a way.
Same old story really,|you know...
money, or the lack of it,
but with help, we get by.
Um, I don't think|you want to go...
Is it all right?
Well, if it isn't Mrs. Bauford.
Sorry about the mess.
You won't see this|in medical school.
If you're going to throw up,
close your eyes.
Think of ponies
and ice cream.
Is that... perfume?
You're wearing perfume in the|middle of the fucking desert.
The boy, has he been looked at?
Yes, ma'am. Checking him now.
One shed over.
As you instructed.
- What does it mean?|- Sew it up.
Monica, get her a Fanta.
It's weird isn't it?
All those plans you have,
places to go, people to meet.
All that matters|in her whole world is that.
Just one suck of soda,|that's all she lives for.
She's in pain...|can't you give her something?
Oh, yeah, sure.
Monica, call down|to the pharmacy
for more morphine, could you?
Where do you think you are,|Saint Elsewhere?
She's in pain.
She's beyond pain.
Have you asked her that?
Ask her if it hurts.
says she feels|the pain of hunger, but
she knows that death|more hungry than pain,
so, she gives thanks.
She gives thanks to you.
She calls you by a new name.
"He who steals from Death."
He's got a fever,|and he's in shock.
Increase the fluids.|Antibiotics.
You really think he's going|to sit up and take a drink?
I was just...
You'd better move his lips,
or he won't take a cup.
I was just trying to help.
To help, you have
to know what you're doing.
Look, I know|you think I'm stupid,
and you want me to go home.
You don't have|to waste any more time
trying to make that clear to me.
Get some H.E.M.
High Energy Milk.
Monica will give it to you.
You tease around his mouth|with your finger.
You let him suck it out,|small amounts only.
If he revives, call the nurse.
If he doesn't...
at least he'll have someone|with him when he dies.
11 from last night.
That makes 39.
So there's more than yesterday.
Right, and you'd better hire
extra men from the camp|and get them digging more holes.
Put them on night shift|so nobody sees them.
Can't have people dying|of depression, eh?
How's the water coming, Joss?
Nothing so far.
Drive shaft|is close to buggering,
and we're down to two liters|per person per day.
What about the tankers?
Yeah, sure. That's piss|in a bucket, mate.
Basically, if we don't|get the new well
up and running, we're knackered.
Okay, so what|do you need exactly?
I just told you.
A new drive shaft.
Okay, I'm going to see|what I can do.
Well, the good news,|boys and girls,
is that the government's|finally coming tomorrow.
I got confirmation today
that Mr. Ningpopo himself|will be here.
For about an hour.
Well, you never know.
- We might get lucky.|- Right.
Here's what we're going to do.
First thing|in the morning, we're going
to break open the new supplies,
start immunizing|all the children
against measles,|youngest first,
up the line, until we run out.
Okay? Kat, Monica: I want you
to get onto that|as early as possible.
I'll set up the call chain|and check the syringes.
No, I'm going to need you|with me, and you, Tula.
- Joss.|- Yeah.
I think you need|to take your team
and cut a new defecation area|somewhere beyond the camp.
Yeah, and let's just
chlorinate all the water, okay?
All of it.
Yeah, the tankard water|is absolutely fine.
Fuck the tanker water.|Just chlorinate the lot.
There's too much infection|to risk leaving it, okay?
All right, make sure|you get me your requests
for Ningpopo|as soon as possible.
Two hookers|and a single to Melbourne.
Business or coach?
Good night, Sarah.
Oh, I forgot.
The boy's mother.
We've got about ten days left.
Maybe two weeks,|if we're lucky.
What happened with USAID?
CARE, USAID, the OXFAM, WFB...
they don't want to know.
Everyone I spoke to
in Addis had an acute case
of compassion fatigue.
How 'bout the old man?
The trust fund?
My father was the politest|"fuck you" I ever got.
What about Steiger?
Some small favors,
a little info on...
Yeah, stash a shitload|of weapons...
So what if he's fucking over|the Marxists...
I'm not getting into business|with those people.
Listen, Elliott, if it's|all we got, I don't see why...
- There is no way...|- Why not for, Christ's sake?
Because that's not how|we started!
And because I wouldn't|have it any other way.
What the hell is that?
Schumann, I think.
"I dream of childhood.
"I dream of love.
"Of a garden where|a boy plays,
"Themes from Childhood."
Part of a series|from Schumann's "Lederhosen."
Lederhosen are trousers.
The German for song is lieder.
Is there something you wanted?
You tried the H.E.M.?
And no change.
Sometimes it takes a while.
Hey, woman, come, come.
Look right now|we're at 800 calories a day.
In a few days|it will be down to 500.
The bottom line is,
we're not going to make|next week's distribution.
Not a chance.
And that raises|the issue of security.
If I can't get these people|more food,
I can't guarantee|the safety of my staff.
I believe these are listed|as separate issues.
Yes, but I'm sure you'd|agree they're connected.
Well, if we could get|some emergency corn,
that'd be a start.
I will raise it with the WFB.
They owe us since|August anyway.
- Excuse me?|- Any emergency corn
would be greatly appreciated.
I'm sorry, excuse me,|who owes you?
The WFB.|Three months of corn.
It'll be in your notes.
There's no reference|to the WFB in my notes.
Then your notes are wrong.
Okay, we can move on...
to the issue of security.
Our soldiers have no experience|of this order, Mr. Hauser.
Please, we have another meeting|at Kromer Camp at 4:00 p.m.
If we can deal with|these matters separately
and in the proper order.
It is no good to jump|from food to security.
This is not coherent.
Listen, they don't get|enough food, they get hungry.
If they get hungry,|they get desperate,
they wreck the camp.
That is a security issue.
Please do not raise your voice.
For Christ's sake, they're|all fucking dying out there.
Will you please|stop talking bollocks
and start getting some|food delivered now.
No excuses,|no money changing hands,
just do it.
I find this innuendo most|disturbing, Dr. Callahan.
I can assure you, not|a single dollar changes hands
Procedures of the|utmost importance...
Procedures, my fucking ass.
You've got friends|in the water-trucking business
whose sole aim in life
is to hike up the price|by restricting delivery.
You seriously telling me
those shitheads are|following procedure?
I find this outrageous,
especially coming from you.
What do you mean|especially coming from me?
To take a refugee boy|from the camp
to die like an animal|in a country he does not know?
The death of a child
is not a minor|violation, Dr. Callahan.
I can assure you,
you are under|serious investigation.
He'd never have given|us anything anyway.
Well, he certainly isn't|going to now.
What happened to his car?
Will that fit our wellhead?
Do kangaroos crap in the bush?
We've got no choice.
We need Steiger.
I just have some|traveler's checks.
I'm leaving tomorrow, so I...|I thought I'd leave them here.
Elliott usually deals|with all that.
Should I give them...?
No, I mean, it's okay,|I'll give them to him.
So... is he going|to shut you down?
But we always turn up again...|somewhere.
I really admire you|for the work you do.
Oh, Jesus. "Admire,"|what does that mean?
Why are you so difficult
- to talk to?|- Why are you?
Why do you never say my name?
You never say my name.
What's the first thing you|do when you get a cold?
What is the first thing you|do when you get a cold?
Chicken soup, aspirin, scotch.
You ever just have the cold?
I don't under...
Taken nothing,|just have the cold.
- No.|- No.
And that's us, right?
We drown it, kill it, numb it.
Anything not to feel.
You know, when I was|a doctor in London,
no one ever said "matanay."
They don't thank you|like they thank you here
'cause here|they feel everything.
Straight from God.
There's no drugs,|there's no painkillers.
It's the weirdest,|purest thing... suffering.
And when you've seen that|kind of courage in a lit...
...in a child...
how could you ever want|to do anything
but just take them in your arm?
You remember that boy in London.|Jojo?
Yes, of course.
He was my first save,|ten years old.
So thin he could barely stand.
But he still found the strength|to bury the rest of his family.
We have no idea what courage is.
He used to write me|these little notes.
He helped me in the clinic.
He was good.
He was sweet, he was good.
He wanted to be like me,|I liked that.
I mean, it was silly|and childish,
but it made me feel good|about myself.
So I took him with me to London,
you know, my talisman,|my courageous Africa.
How could I be so bloody stupid?
How could I be|so totally selfish?
The point is...
he was my friend.
He had a name.
So now I have to remember him.
If everyone I lose has a name...
You all set?
Said your good-byes?
this is my friend at UNHCR.
She'll always know|how to get ahold of us.
And that's a very good|group of people.
If you ever want|to jump in there...
I'm so glad|that you came, Sarah.
It meant a lot to us.
Oh, thank you.
No, no, I'm thanking you.
It means "thank you."
And then you say, "Genzubka,"
which means, "You're welcome."
Yeah, pretty good.
Well, very Buddhist.
Do Buddhists hug?
Sure I hug, I'm American.
I hug everything.
Ah, Nick's up at the well.
- You want me to get him?|- No, no.
You take care of yourself...
and everybody else.
Keep in touch.
Hey, come on.
Baby, Mommy's got|some work to do.
Come on, honey.|Come here.
It's okay.|It's okay, sweetie.
Honey, I'm going|to count to five.
- No.|- One...
I'll read you two chapters.
You are nothing
but a minx-ish minx.
Mommy says I can have|three chapters.
Would you mind|reading to him tonight?
I have some work to do.
Jim, go on, jump into bed.
- Oh!|- Quick kicks!
Dad'll be there in a minute.
So what's he reading?
It's on his bedside table.
I'm in the office all day.
It's just, I need|to keep looking for work.
I thought you were going|to make calls from home.
Well, l-I just should go in.
Half the city is looking.
I can't compete|unless I'm there.
Can't your father call somebody?
He's already done|everything he can.
Dad lost everything|in the market crash,
like everybody else.
I know that.
I know, I'm sorry.
I think I should go in.
Henry, I arranged meetings,
especially because you said|you'd do the school run.
Well, can't we ask someone?
There must be people|at his school...
I'm sick of asking for favors.
You didn't bother doing it|in the first place,
don't do it now.
I was trying to help.
No, you were bargaining.
What if I was?
Is that a crime?
You know, because I can argue...
I can shout.
I hate this situation.
I hate not having a job.
I don't see what good
it does to make each other|feel worse than we already do.
Look at this room...|it's a mess.
We'll sort it out.
Things will pick up.
There's a chance, I've got|a meeting with this guy
who's really big in futures,
and I'm going to try|and get a meeting with him.
We will sort it out.
He's waiting for you|to read to him.
Michael...|Michael, that's bullshit.
UNHCR sends more aid to Honduras|than any other UN agency.
Even as I speak...
Well, most people don't even|know where Honduras is.
...East and West Berliners alike|are tearing down
the greatest symbol|of Communist repression...
North of Panama|in the Caribbean Sea.
But you must keep repeating it|to yourself to believe it.
The Berlin Wall|is finally coming down.
And the sense of hope|you get here...
Which is precisely|why I need aid.
November 9, 1989,
a night that marked the opening|of a new chapter
in world history.
Michael,|I have to call you back.
Yes. Who's calling?
Uh, it's me, Elliott.
How... how are you?|Are you okay?
Oh, oh, yeah.
Where are you?
Um, Oh, I'm actually,|believe it or not,
I'm here in a phone booth|in-in London.
Oh, my God.
You know, I'm sorry,|there's a terrible connection...
but nothing seems to work|in this shitty place.
When can I see you?
Oh, uh, well, um...
I'm in the Holland Park|Tube Station right now.
Uh, could you meet me|by the entrance to the park?
- Oh...|- Yes, yes, of course!
- Great.|- Um, uh...
1:30, is that... is that okay?
Bea just popped around|to say hello.
Do you remember Bea?|She used to work with Dad.
I thought you had job interviews|today.
Uh, they all got canceled.
L-I just came by to get|some warm stuff for Jimmy,
so I'm going to go pick him up.
Oh, my gosh.|Look at you.
Here, come, sit.
Oh, gosh, it's good to see you.
Well, you, too.
So you got my last letter?
Yeah. You were in Pakistan.
That was months ago.
You've been busy saving lives.
It's okay, I forgive you.
Well... well, we're not|in Pakistan anymore.
We're in Cambodia,|by the Thai border.
But bien sur.
So, you're in London, and you|called me out of the blue.
Is that because I'm with the|United Nations or just because
I'd never forgive you|if you didn't?
What do you know|about Cambodia?
There's a civil war going on,
Communist coalition forces|headed by the Khmer Rouge
versus Communist Vietnamese|running the government.
I believe the British|calls it political irony.
Yeah. Well, Nick calls|it a clusterfuck.
But that's Nick,
not one that minces words.
How is he?
Is he good?
Was it his idea for you|to come here?
No. No, both of us.
I mean, I... I wanted|to see you anyway,
and you know,|I always do this...
Nick can't pitch to...|save his life.
Well, you saw that.
Sorry, where, where,|where was I?
Well...|according to Washington,
the place doesn't|officially exist,
although there's something|like half a million people
living under Khmer Rouge|domination.
pneumonia,|no vaccines, of course,
so death rates run|15 to 20 people a day
in every village, and there's|land mines, lots of them.
So, we have amputees|without prosthetics.
It's not a happy place.
So what do you need?
Well, I put together|a shipment of supplies,
vaccines, medicines, the usual.
But there's so much corruption|out there, I was wondering,
I mean, the thing|would be if...
Elliott, just...|just say it.
If we could put|a UN stamp on it.
I mean, the point is, the UN|name still means something.
You know, just a little bit|of extra protection.
Obviously, I would take|full responsibility.
You just do|the paperwork.
Well, we do have shipments going|into Thailand and Cambodia.
So, I'll attach your name|to the list.
And I'll go with it.|I'll see it through.
Oh, no, you don't need to.
I know, but I do this now.
Yeah, but Cambodia|is different.
I'll see it through.
So, what is it,|what do they want?
Money, Miss Sarah.
Shit! They see you,|they want more.
Alway more money, huh?!
- I'm not playing their games.|- What?
I'm not giving them|any more money.
They want their money.
They've already gotten|the ten percent
- that's written in the contract.|- Contract shit, you pay.
- No.|- Miss Sarah.
I'm not giving them|any more money.
They need more, you pay.|You no say no.
Tell them to get the|rest of that shipment
- off the boat right now.|- What? Or what?
What you do?
This not Chelsea football.
You pay. You pay!
It's two weeks late.
What the hell|is going on, Steiger?
You want a beer?
I want to know what's going on.
Crates were late, so...
Shit happens. So what?
Have you got any idea how fast
a measles epidemic|spreads in two weeks?
I've got enough stains|in my laundry, Callahan.
You're not my only child.
Just give me the money.
Bringing your titty|from the UN was a smart idea.
You want to screw?|Take your pick.
And tell that sorry excuse|for a colonel
that it's 25 more|than he deserves.
Mrs. Bauford is waiting.
Listen, you piece of shit.
Fucking with me is one thing,
but if anything happens|to her...
Remember, Callahan, I'm the guy|that makes you possible.
You owe me, you took|the fucking money,
now you will do this,|and you will do this right.
What's the matter?|Scared of the dark?
Now fuck off and save lives.
How'd that happen?
If I can ask.
I was sick, bad lung, TB.
At this time no doctor|where I live.
Khmer Rouge kill our doctor.
So, I walk to border|for medicine,
but I must cross|the mine field first.
You never forget that sound.
The first thing you hear|is click.
It's your foot priming|the land mine.
Soon as you hear it,
But your mind go crazy,|you know?
You thinking, maybe if I jump,
maybe if I find a rock|to match my weight...
But it's nothing you can do.
You hear the click|and big bye-bye.
I was lucky.
Just lose my leg.
You're not wearing perfume.
So, are you going to tell me|where we're going?
A place near Pailin,
by the border.
And the boat's|the best way to travel?
You don't like my boat?
I think it's very you.
Avoids the road blocks,
the Viet troops,|plus other assorted madness.
You know, heart of darkness.
Actually it is.
And now you're going|to tell me why.
Well, Elliott's no good, is he?
All he gives you is|the Buddhist version,
all fucking temples
and gentle people,|which is bollocks.
The Khmer Rouge...
rouge being very much|the appropriate color...
used Pailin as a hideout.
Everyone lives|in absolute terror.
They use the women|as baby-making factories,
the kids as mine sweepers,
and just in case|we actually help anybody,
they come and steal everything
that we don't hide.
So why do they let you|stay at all?
They've got no doctors.
I should be singing|"Old Man River."
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