Harts War (2002) CD2
Two of your mens dead|in two days, Colonel.
They said you lost control|of your company.
Look it can't be granted|the right case charged
Any prisoner accused of a crime|has a right to trial
If the boy is being held,|there wouldn't be any trial at all
Yeah, something like that.
That should be fun.
Alright, you are conducted.|You are to hear.
Take him away.
Colonel, my mens are in this
Your permission would like a|bullet tent to the proceeding
No,you'll do quite nicely Colonel.
You have until end of the week|to conduct your trial
Is a charge Colonel,|travel takes ,more than a few days
One thousand more American prisoners|will be arriving over the weekend
And I'm putting them in your theatre.
Colonel, Saturday your theatre is mine.
Take the body to the morgue.
Colonel, this is a murder site!
I beg your pardon.
I said this is a murder site!|The body is now our evidence.
The area could not be disturb|until everything is photographed
What?|Leave everything alone.
Sir, I'm not a lawyer
I could be a material witness.
And this guy is prosecution me.
This sound about right.
I think we have to pay this|thing as a fight
Is a fight that got out of hand.
You're supposed to ask me|who I did it first
Look, I came here to kill nazis.
If it was some quakies|than I won't kill
I could stay and make it.
You don't is a nazis.
Look, and I'm saying is,|is a fight that got out of hand
Is not murder, is manslaughter
Do you understand that?
Do I fire you?
He's a white man who'd been murdered|there's no such thing as manslaughter
Don't you know that?
What did they teach you|at 3rd year at law school?
What do you expect from me anyway?
Yes sir, boss. thank you boss.|You're mightly kind
Is that the way a coloured man|act where you're from?
How could a real lawyer is|the guy prosecuted me
I'm stuck with you defending.
Is that how the colonel wanted?
I need you back at the barrack.
I need a few things sir.
Just some personal facts.
I need to see them
And the photographs of the scene|and the course of the body.
What did Scott tell you?
You were with him all day.|What did he tell you?
I'm sorry sir, I can't reveal that
Sure you can.
To find privilege sir.
I need to brief on everything|on Scott until is testify to
Sir, we are going to present|on the court of Marshal
How can I possibly discuss|our case with you
Are you suggesting that|I will betray Scott?
The whole case and the prosecution?
Scott, followed Bedford|through out the night
Put Bedford's locker in my barrack.|I'll make sure he get it.
Did you know him?
But my guards certainly seem to.
These are for you.
Your guards said they know him.|How well?
Well, you have to ask them about that.
This is yours I believe.
We found it on his wrist.
Look within new description,|there're new bullets on his feet.
I may the exception.
Is little hard to imagine
Your guards, I set him for interview.
I can arrange it.|I can arrange everything you like
It seem only fair work with your|crew showing you the bullets
The list that's when|I was studying them
All this member of the class 28
My fellow students voted|me hardest worker.
We can swap stories|some other time.
What now we got a trial|to prepare for.
Everything I can do to help.
Exactly where were you Major|on the night of question?
I was walking the area of the behide|this theatre of Australia compound
At about what time?
Maybe about one o'clock|in the morning
And you tell the court|what you saw?
The corspe of lieutentant Scott|was knelting over the boy.
Like checking if the man is dead.|I blew my wistle he started to run
What did you do next?
It was short and but it was dark.
That's all I see him.
How well do you knew|Sergent Bedford?
A little I think.
You trade with him regular?|-Trade it?
No, I never did this.
A geek trading with a German soldier|I never saw it.
Do I have to repeat what he say captain?|-You may Private.
Lieutentant Scott said I kill you.|I fucking kill you Bedford.
Corporal have you ever heard other men.|threated soldier during the army
Better shape up, or I'll kill you I'll|kill you if you touch my cigarette again
Yes sir, I bet you didn't make that|sort of threat yourself once or twice
Corporal did you ever kill|the man you threated
This is the forth prosecution witness|called to testify in this matter.
Your honour I witnessed the crime itself.
He what?|-Sir, that's a lie
I will testify on the night of|the murder he watched through a window
Your honour he did no such thing,|I was standing right beside him
On the exact time of the murder.|He saw nothing.
I lied,you know what I saw.
Sir, I request of the court intruct|this witness as the...
He swear on the bible|and slaught to tell the truth
Web! You're a lying shit|You know that?
Maybe you should mind your business.
This doesn't concern you West.
So what it is Web?|Up there today?
You think you owe Bed?
Why are you feeling bad about|that flyer anyway?
He's a soldier.|Think Bedford as a soldier.
He fought, He encouraged.|You wouldn't know to much about that
You lied today.
You didn't see what happened|more than I do.
I didn't have to.|-I know, not good enough.
Sorry, about what happened today.|I didn't see it coming.
You seen that's the first time|he see the bible.
I wrote a letter to my father.|Figure I should them him first.
In the last war when I was 1 5.
He was the first negro troop|to go into action in France.
Your father served?
My father was in the head quarter.
He had an A on the shoulder too.|His father make sure of it.
That's how we do things in my family.|-That's a shame.
How are you?|Not to well I imagine.
You read after me, this one.
Colonel I have witness to prepare for.|-Yes I know.
That's why I wanted to see you.
I kept the library of all the|American military manual
I thought this one could be|a particular use to you.
I can't accept this we have a policy...|-Lieutentant
Without this your client|we face a filing squad
Where's he filing?
He's not here anymore.
The Russian front.
I killed my English and French.
I supposed in the first war.
They had father too.
New York jazz.
This is the only copy of their|kind in their entire life
But I'm quite fond of them
Nice to meet you anyway.
Take a man a while back.
Take a seat.
Thank you for your time Colonel.
Enjoy the manual.
Prosecution prepare to call|the next witness
Begging the court pardon.|-Before we continue
Refering to the|U.S Army manual
Chapter 1 2, 57,58
Make your point.
According to these section, your honour|the corp
yesterday to ask the accused if he|wish to challenge any member of the corp
Any game of that lieutenant?|-Never the less
It is a right specify granted|to the defendant
The accused wishes to challenge|any member of the court now?
I do honour.
According to|chapter 1 2 section 58 D
The defenses are allowed to|challenge the board
This challenge is not subject|to the court itself.
Question denied lieutentant.
Chapter 58 E the state of defense|may disqualify the member of the board
for course, if that member has display|a bias toward the accuser in this case
There is no bias in this case!
Demonstrated a conversation before|the commencement of this hearing
Against the accused and this case.
And his counsel sir
Sir, I'm trying to protect my client.
Your client is about to lose|his lawyer lieutentant.
Article 32, condemn of court.|Article 70, intellect delay
I know the book too,|forward and backward.
Shut up and listen to me Lieutentant|You will not accept things from that man
You will not allow him to participle|in the proceeding is that clear?
have a seat.
Have a drink?
Maybe you could help me with|the show with the BBC tonight.
It seem pretty clear what to say.|-Make it seems so.
Strange things about war.
I only know to be proud.
I know the reason somewhere.|-Of course.
Why don't you talk a walk out|of your compound
The idea was to follow Bedford|and catch him on the compound
I want to drag him under the barrack|and put his face in the mud
By the time I got to him.|He was already dead behide the theatre naked
Lieutentant did you applied|anything on your
face and hand before going out|that night?
Your honour was is the relevant of this?
To demonstrate the court who ever|killed Bedford was white
I like to ask the court permission|to conduct a demonstration
the base on Bedford's|wound and the fact nobody reported him
cried for help that night|We have to assumed he was either
friendly with his ascendant|Who ever killed him did it from behide.
Position being something like this,|Captain
If you don't mind grabbing at me
And my face get me to stop.
Of course the killing has the|benefit leveling the prize
Bedford fell,|and the smudge goes with him.
At this time I would like corp|to phone for records
Who ever killed Bedford has that kind|of substance on his face
1 st, what call will linken Scott darken|his face? To look more black?
2nd, if he done so, when did|he take it off?
Your honour, you were face to face with|him immediately after he captured
Ithink is fair to conclude who ever killed|Bedford was not only white
It was waiting behide the theatre.|Nothing further your honour.
Beneath the barrack, stove.|Was that right?
Yes sir. And you took the same route|after he gone out?
Yes, I did sir.
What did you find down|there Lieutentant?
What was down, there on the ground?|Mud...Right?
You stayed your intention to put|the victim face in the mud
Until he begs you to stop.|There was mud down there.
Isn't that right Lieutentant?
I supposed so.
So is possible for sergent Bedford|having to sent it to a hole
And then crawl face down beneath|the barrack with mud
Nothing further your honour.
You know how hard they tried|to wash us out of light
The testimonial been in|You can step down.
Test out of test, I mean anything|they can come up with
Lieutentant,|you will take your seat.
With all the respect sir,|I like to excerise my rights
I've been sitting down ever|since I got here.
I should have stood up and say something|the moment that you threw the list
Instead of pouring us|probably us officers
But is okay.
You see coloured man are expected|to jump through a few hoop
Archer knows that, we all did.
The camp right outside the|Making where I'm from
The army sense the German PUW put|in the work picking cotton
But is strange walking through town,|going to movies eating and diner
I have to sit right off the back|The diner were closed to me
Even in uniforms.
But German PUW were allowed|to sit there and eat
And this must happened|to half the guys,
We just kept telling ourselves|no matter what
As long as we did our job.|It'll all be worth it
Beacause the war end then|we can all go home
And be free to walk out any|street in America
With our heads head high|as mens
That's what we did, we did our job.
We served our country sir.|Archer and l.
Will true land happen to him?|Would you allow to happen to him?
How are they treating you?
No worst than the mens|in my barrack sir.
I'll find you another blanket.
No, I'm fine.
Gentlemens.|Before you proceed.
I like to call one last witess.
Is that some kind of joke lieutentant?|-He's material to our case sir.
Unless colonel refuses to testify.
He does not.
Colonel would you tell us the nature|of your relationship with Bedford
I'll be happy to.
And what about you guards?
Are you aware of him dealting|with Bedford?
At night, after lock down?|That would be possible. Policy forbid
Do you remember the conversation|at the camp 4 days ago?
I asked you if you knew Vic Bedford
You said no but your guards|certainly seems to
So in your words,|no guards ever traded with Bedford
but yet he was able to require|winter boots, thick socks...
Is that a fact?
Lieutentant, I'm sitting here|with cursory
It is your intention to|paint me as a liar
It is my intention to establish|Vic Bedford build up a poor
with major Ward, and Fueso to|engage in the frame of Archer
Conspirating the spike incident|with resulted in Bedford death
If they shoot him, why did they escape?
No Colonel.He was executed.|They return for information
Archer died, 5 minutes later Ward|and Fueso entered the barrack 22
and destroyed the radio they've|been located for months
You told the court about|any of these items sir?
Identification papers.Some currency.|One of the German perfect made l.D papers
More than enought cash to made|it through the country
Bedford keep them in a stash|beside his bunk
Again can you tell the court your|nature relationship with Bedford
I did not have one.
You got any idea how|he got these items?
If they didn't come from you.
If you didn't have any dealing|with your guards
The fact is Colonel. Bedford trade|with you and your man regularly
Objection your honour.
I thought you tried marvellously|established the killer blacken his face
Now, if any of my guard or even|I wanted to kill my prisoner
We wouldn't need to blacken our face|would we?
Yes, I see.
I've just seen the tuunel, colonel.
Everything in here is a liar.|Everything.
Oh Jesus Christ.
Feuso told the German about the radio
It only a matter of time before|he tell them about the tunnel
You killed Bedford?
If you fuck with this operation,|I will kill you too.
You will sit in the court room|and go on the proceeding
When that board break on the liberated|only 5 name go on the lawyer
Linken Scott will be dead.|-That's war lieutentant.
We're not even in anymore!|Speak for yourself.
You know those Russian walking|in and out everyday
You know where they go?
Everything is a goddamn shoot factory
Look, I don't want to see Scott|dead anymore then you do.
With one man has to be sacrifice|to take out that target
But I think that one man|should be you.
Fuck you.|What the fuck do you know what duties?
I see you in court.
Square them up.
I'm sorry gentlemen, the court|need a 5 minutes recess.
We need an extention.|Captain is very ill.
Your agreement was end of the week
Your agreement was today.
I need to talk to you.
You're any good at pokers?
An escape is going to take place|later on this afternoon
Escape? How is that?
Down the tunnels.
So you mean the|whole thing has been a joke?
But Archer and Beck|are dead for real
Is this part of the big joke too?
Look, we haven't got time now.
During the liberation,|you're going out with 5 other mens
Yeah, Matt and them too.
I was writing a letter to explain to him
What the word honour mean.
You're going out too Linken|You got that?
I can't do that.
Supposed the board come back|and nobody sitting in the chair
It doesn't matter,|you'll already be out.
Then the search beings
And all those mens,|they won't have a chance.
If you stay you'll be convicted.
If I stay, I won't have a chance
You'll be executed.
Everything is fine.|Everything is okay.
As long as he know what happened.
As long there's somebody to tell him.
I'll be target practise.
We started with a noble idea|a coloured man join the fight
Beckford the real Beckford|was a man unknown to us.
A man simply couldn't thought of|sharing a roof with coloured officers
So he badged with Scott.
Even to refused to respect Scott's rank
Then conspire he killed the|only friend Scott had in this camp
That's why Scott followed|Beckford out in the night
Crept up behide him.|And snapped his neck.
That was the board.|We have no pleasure prosecuted Scott
We put aside our passion|and solely to the truth.
It is this Lieutentant Scott|idenify at the scene.
Scott is a officer, and a soldier.|But he is also a murderer
Lieutentant was drawn to all of|us on the first day
Some time one man need to be sacrifice|for the good of the men around
Some one has to be the first|to hit the beach.
Bedford learn that talent too.
Except Vic got it backward.
Sometime a few hundred need|to sacrifice for the prize of one
One day he traded with our captain|to get hard to find parts for a radio
Learning the loyalty|of his staff and
Tell the Germans where to find radio
Exchange for the murder.
The army has a share of cowards.
And Vic Beckford was one of them.
Soldier like Linken Scott|want nothing
More than serve his country
Until one of the mission landed|him here
And so have I
Scott was a target as soon|as he got here.
Suffered insults, threats.
The question is, who hated him|enough to killed him?
Wait a minute.|What are you saying?
I killed Vic Bedford sir.
I want every men compound|of Lieutentant Hart
Very brave man
I am the compound.
Get out.|Get out.
We have a problem with the count.
How many are missing?
The first count is...35.
Ready for execution.
McNamara is not in his barracks.
I want every men participing|in that court Marshal
Line them up.
You will be the first.
You will be first!|Shoot them all!
So, your mens are in it as well?
No, Colonel.|They're just soldiers
They follow my orders.
They seem to have|complete responsiblity.
That's very noble of you.
It's seem we have to lose|with you after all colonel.
No, we both lose.
And now do you wish to trade your life|/...for theirs?
Yes, I do.
We buried the Colonel behide|a marked grave behide the camp
3 months later the German army surrender.
I started to liberated.|The war was over.
We returned home.To America.|To our families.
Linken Scott got a chance to explain|the word honour to his son
Honour and courage.|Duties, sacrifice.
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