Human Beast The CD1
THE HUMAN BEAST
This is the story
of Jacques Lantier, son of Gervaise,
of the Rougon-Macquart family.
''He knew of his hereditary failing
and thought he was paying for the others,
his drunken forbears,
the generations of drunkards.
His mind broke under the effort
of being compelled to act against his wishes
and for no cause within himself'.
- Feel it? - Yes.
lt's not for a lack of oil. She's drinking it!
Seen your wife in Paris, Pecqueux?
Yes, Mr Roubaud.
Oh, she's always complaining, you know but we manage.
l've a complaint. There's a man with a dog.
Please come along.
Overheated... done for.
Why not with my dog?
Not in that compartment. lt's the regulations.
l don't care for your manner.
l make no distinction between passengers.
l'll teach you to make a difference. What's your name?
Roubaud, station master.
- Very well. - l'll make a report.
Roubaud's the name?
Yes, and l'm not ashamed of it.
That was very nice of you.
Not at all.
Some people need a lesson.
- Know who he is? - No, sir.
Turlot... the sugar king. He has influence.
lf he wants to, he could do you harm.
But the lady had complained.
Let it go.
- Hello. - Free now?
Come and play cards to-night.
l'm not keen on cards and there's my wife.
Ah, you happy man!
Hello, Miss Dauvergne. Come and see us.
l don't want to intrude.
l saw her this afternoon.
- Had a talk? - Surely!
l had five minutes to spare.
Not been out?
No, Miss Dauvergne was here.
Yes, all right.
All right without being all right.
l've had trouble with a passenger who might cause me trouble.
- What sort? - You never know.
Go and see your godfather.
Think l should?
- Frightened of him? - Nonsense.
When you were little you were terrified.
Terrified! You always exaggerate.
All the others were afraid. Even his daughter...
When he appeared, they all run away.
But l just stood firm with my nose in the air.
He laughed and patted me...
and l got everything l wanted... He never told me off.
ln that case, ask him to do this.
- You want me to? - Yes.
And it gives us a chance to go to Paris.
You can do some shopping, and l'll wait for you as usual.
OK, l'll go then.
- Well, how goes it? - Get it on time?
- With a broken axle-box. - Unlucky!
- You're on...? - Train 112.
Well, so long.
The axle-box seized up.
You didn't grease it.
Of course l've greased it
but Lison's a thirsty girl, so...
- Lison? Who is she? - My loco.
- You'll pay for it. - We'll see.
What do l do? Go back to Paris?
lt'll only take 36 hours. You can stop over here.
Fire out! She'll be ready to-morrow.
What have you got?
Sardines and a tin of baked beans.
Tinned food... disgusting.
You ought to get married.
l'm already married to Lison.
We are married to a loco now.
We had a terrific run with the wind to-day.
Saved more than a ton of coal.
You're annoyed about that axle, eh?
Yes, because it happened here.
lf it'd been at the depot in Paris, l knowthe chaps in the workshop.
They do good work here.
Philoméne will be pleased.
Oh yes, Sauvagnat's sister.
Don't tell Sauvagnat.
He thinks his sister's a good girl.
- And your wife? - Oh, she's very good-hearted.
l'll put your ham with my eggs.
- Ham and eggs? - Yes.
What will you do to-morrow?
See her through the workshops.
Then l'll go and see my godmother.
You've a godmother here?
Not here in Le Havre.
She's the level-crossing keeper at Bréauté.
We often see her as we pass.
What train are you on?
Would you tell my wife we've engine trouble?
Burnt-out axle-box. We'll be back to-morrow.
You know my wife? Victoire...
Lavatory attendant, Saint-Lazare.
You can count on me.
You're not often here.
My godmother's here?
Go in. You'll find her. Staying for the day?
Well, godmother, any better?
lt's you, Jacques.
How nice to see you.
No, l'm fine. lt's just that Lison has let me down for 48 hours.
Good... you can rest
and l can see more of you. l see you often
but going by at such a speed, l hardly recognize you.
those attacks you had
that the doctor couldn't understand?
That's over now, godmother.
That pain you had behind the ears
and the temperatures
and these sudden feelings of sadness?
Everything's fine now, godmother, really.
So much the better.
Your being ill wouldn't help me.
And at your age...
Find Flora. She's down by the river.
Yes, l'll look for Flora.
You looked at me!
Well, it's not forbidden.
You're nice to look at anyhow.
l don't like being looked at.
You're a big girl.
You've changed, too.
You look at me, too, now.
l don't like that.
- Gonna duck me, too? - Hands off, or l will.
What is it, Jacques?
What's the matter?
l don't know. l just don't...
l didn't realize what l was doing.
lt's your illness?
Yes... your mamma told you about it?
Yes, that's it.
lt's like a sort of black smoke which...
comes up into my head.
l feel like a mad dog wanting to fight.
Yet l never drink.
Alcohol makes me mad.
l'm beginning to think l'm paying
for all my ancestors who drank.
Generations of drunkards who rotted my blood
and gave me this madness.
and yet l love you with all my heart, Flora.
l love you so much... l was afraid to come.
l love you too, Jacques.
l'd like to marry you.
l'm ready to run the risk.
Madness! Don't speak of it.
Don't be angry.
that women... for me...
Séverine's not ill?
- No, she's shopping. - She likes shopping...
like her mother did.
l arranged to meet her here.
- Where's your husband? - He's at Le Havre.
l didn't know. We station staff...
Of course. Don't forget to leave the key.
Not for my husband. He's got what he needs at Le Havre.
Well, so long.
ls he there?
- Yes, l'll tell his secretary. - l'd like to see him.
- And he you. - There are new curtains.
- Not so good. - l'll tell the secretary.
Séverine! A long time since l saw you.
Mr Grandmorin is always pleased to see you.
- Hello! - Hello, Séverine.
You've got thinner.
l know it's fashionable, but l don't like it.
You must have thought l got lost.
How l ran!
The metro was impossible. l took a taxi
See how hot l am.
You've not been at the Bon Marché all the time.
Don't be nasty! You know l love you!
l have a little present for you.
Say ''my little present''.
Say it quickly.
My little present.
Well, that's a jolly good knife.
Yes... it's a Nogent.
Let's eat, l'm so hungry!
How did it go with Grandmorin?
He telephoned to a friend at the company. l don't know who...
and sent a word to Turlot. Everything's settled.
l must say, he has influence.
Lucky he's your godfather and likes you.
Yes... he likes me.
He invited me to his country-house.
- When? - To-day.
- You refused? - Yes.
l didn't want to.
Why do things l don't like?
You're hiding something.
You're always odd about Grandmorin.
l've a funny idea. You might be his daughter.
- Daughter? - Your mother was...
there as a servant. But what if you are his daughter?
ls that possible?
Do l look like him?
Calm down, l was only joking.
- No, not here. - But...
- Stop it. - What's up with you?
Men disgust me. You only think of that.
You're all the same.
This ring he gave me...
The ring he gave you...
For my 16th birthday.
You said it was your mother.
l said that?
You've told me so a hundred times.
Why did you lie?
l never said so.
- You've slept with him? - No.
Own up, you bitch!
Will you own up, for God's sake!
Yes, it's true.
Let me go.
You've made a fool of me.
An old man's left-overs.
He was going by car?
Or by train?
The 6.20 for Le Havre?
That's our train.
Come here, you!
''Take the express at 6.20...
from Saint Lazare.
l'll come to your compartment.''
What will you do?
You'll see what l'll do.
And you'll do it with me.
That'll keep us together.
Something solid between us...
Come to see us, Lantier?
How goes it, Cabuche?
Seen your godmother?
Le Havre. Haven't been for a month. So l'm off!
Have a good time!
The train's half-empty.
Always is during the week.
Good, l'll sleep all the way.
He saw us.
l'll talk to him.
ln Paris it was so hot, it was unbearable.
You saw nothing?
Nothing. The train was almost empty.
Got in at Rouen?
- And slept throughout? - Yes.
And where were you, Lantier?
- ln the corridor. - See anyone pass?
Well, lnspector, l... er...
l had a cinder in my eye. lt hurt me, so l didn't notice.
Grandmorin's been killed.
Well, he deserved it.
No more girls for him.
- What d'you think? - What about?
About the crime.
Won't keep us awake!
l'll wash, have a mouthful and a kip.
Had a good day?
ls that her name?
Her mother was friendly with my wife.
They were in service together at the Grandmorin's.
Have you seen... Roubaud's wife?
Yes, on the train.
A pretty woman...
with style and education.
Not my type, but pretty.
Chance is an odd thing. You speak of Grandmorin.
He was murdered on the train l took.
Stabbed with a knife...
A nuisance we took his money and watch.
lt's humiliating, but it'll save us.
They'll look for a thief.
What worries me is the letter.
Yes, my letter.
lt must be in his office.
His secretary must have it...
He'll hold it over us.
He wouldn't show it.
No, fear of scandal.
We'll go on living.
Grandmorin was an accident.
And l've eliminated the accident.
The way he spoke, he didn't see us.
l'm not so sure.
- Why not burn the money? - What?
- Better do it. - lt'd be a shame to do that.
l won't use them, but l respect them.
What is it?
We should be able to influence
a boy like him.
Yes, it certainly is.
l want to ask you something very...
What is it?
The other night...
you told the inspector you'd seen no one go through the corridor.
Was it the truth?
l saw you and your husband.
Why didn't you say?
You asked me not to.
l did not ask you anything!
Oh yes, you did.
Not with words, but with your eyes.
Think l'm guilty?
You are wrong. l am not guilty.
l know it looks suspicious...
lt's better not to speak of it, but it was a coincidence.
Nothing but a coincidence.
You believe me?
Do you believe me?
You'll not do me harm?
Listen, only l saw you.
No one will know.
You can count on me... Absolutely.
Let go of my hands
and don't look at me like that.
if anyone went in to Mr Grandmorin
you'd have seen him.
And you saw no one?
No, Your Worship.
Well, thank you, Mr Lantier.
Bring in Cabuche.
Everything all right?
What did they ask?
Like the other day... if l'd seen anything.
l told them l'd seen nothing.
You knew Mr Grandmorin?
Oh yes... l knew him only too well.
A girl, Louisette, was employed by him
and she was your mistress.
Good God! That's a damned lie.
Louisette was not my mistress.
You are violent.
You've already done five years
for killing a man in a fight.
He hit me first.
And l didn't do five years... only four.
One year's remission.
You say the girl Louisette was not your mistress?
Listen, Your Worship...
she was only a kid when l came out of prison.
The people in the village despised me.
They hated me.
But she said good morning to me
and smiled at me.
She was so sweet, Your Worship...
We became good friends.
ln the summer we looked for strawberries together.
ln the autumn we gathered chestnuts.
We went hand in hand through the forest together.
lt was wonderful, Your Worship.
But nothing never happened... lt might have, but it didn't.
She was growing up, you understand,
and taking shape... l liked her
and she liked me.
And they took her away
to work at Mr Grandmorin's house.
One evening l found her at my door.
l had a hut in the woods.
She was in such a state, Your Worship.
She had a fever
and didn't dare go home.
She came to die in my arms.
l ought to have cut the pig's throat!
You've no right to make accusations.
ls the warrant ready?
This waiting about is terrible.
But most of the witnesses are passengers.
People not on the line.
- Better like that. - Much better.
They're interrogating Cabuche.
Well, now we know...
that no one came from the other side.
On your side there was only you
who had anything against him.
So own up... you killed him?
l told you it wasn't me. What is this nonsense!
l say it was you.
Take him away.
lt wasn't me!
Leave me alone!
lt wasn't me!
What worries me is this Cabuche business.
l know Cabuche.
He can't be guilty.
lf he's condemned, l'll have to...
do something, for he's not guilty.
ls that you?
Yes, when l was little with my godfather.
My wife's not got over this business yet.
Come and see us more often. A nice friendly meal
is better than the canteen
and we like it.
Very nice of you.
- Well, so long. - So long, madam.
You still call her madam!
l'll go and see.
Oh, lipstick! l'm sorry.
Some embroidery from my sister.
Embroidery! Making fun of me?
Embroidery? What's all this?
l asked Henriette Dauvergne for it.
l'll give you embroidery.
Don't you think l know what he came for?
Run along! Get out of here.
l'm sorry, Madame Roubaud, if l'd known...
And see he doesn't come back again.
l knowthese fellows
who run after men's wives
on any excuse. Makes my blood boil.
l'd strangle my wife.
Calm down, Roubaud.
Sorry, old man.
l know you'd throw him out yourself.
l'm not thinking of you.
Another little drink.
No, thanks. l must go.
Don't be angry with me, Séverine.
l love you, you see.
No, never again, you hear?
When l see your face over mine l'm frightened.
l remember the train.
You were right when you said...
l've not got over it. l never will.
l can't forget either.
But if we can't... it will be terrible
in this house, the two of us.
l'm going out.
l'll go and see the lads.
They go there... Why shouldn't l?
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