Hunger The 1983
I don't know what's got into him. He's gone crazy.
Oh, my God.
Forever and ever.
He's manic. That's what's so strange.
After all these hours...
there's no faIIoff in activity, no drop in his bIood pressure.
-Okay, so what went wrong? -His temperature's stiII way up.
-PhyI? -Night before Iast, he didn't sIeep a wink.
He hasn't slept now for 50-some hours.
All day yesterday, he got uglier and uglier.
Last night, he turned on Betty.
-He Ioved Betty. -You thought he Ioved Betty.
He tore her apart and then he ate her.
Okay, Iet's get the oId video equipment in here.
I want to record every move he makes.
I couId kiII him. I couId, reaIIy.
CarefuI, PhyI. That's a $2,000 monkey you're taIking about.
Don't you snarI at me, you eviI son of a bitch.
Forever and ever.
These children are all 8, 9, and 10 years old...
though they have the physical characteristics...
of someone in their 70s or even older.
They all suffer from a disease called progeria.
We don't know exactly what it is, but what it amounts to...
is a premature degeneration comparable to that of aging.
What we call the internal clock...
begins to speed up at about the age of five.
lt's a terminal disease. The average life expectancy is about 16.
-Tragic. -Yes, it is...
and the main focus of our work at Park West...
is to try to reverse this process and actually slow down this internal clock.
l won't use that magic word ''immortality''...
but longevity is something that's got to be....
ln this day and age with all our fantastic technology....
Come here. Sit here.
...if only l'd been born 50 years later....
Gotcha. You Iook awfuI.
-What have you been doing? -None of your business.
We have a woman who's well into her 90s...
she only sleeps about two or three hours a night...
and believe me, she has far more energy and enthusiasm than any of us.
That's fantastic. What's her secret?
When l find out the answer to that...
l certainly hope you'll invite me back.
My guest is Dr. Sarah Roberts.
And the book is called SIeep and Longevity.
lt's about mankind's flirtation with immortality.
-What? -Say it.
That's what aII big-time photographers say.
My dad got it for me in Hong Kong. Neat, huh?
-Poor darIing. -What's wrong with him?
He'II be aII right. He's having troubIe sIeeping.
You want some Iudes? I've got some in my case.
-AIice. -I stoIe them from my stepmother.
She doesn't care. She gets them by the gross.
She's got every piII ever invented. She coIIects them.
That's what my dad says. He says she's scared of getting oId.
I'm sorry, what did you say?
Nothing, but I wouId Iike to taIk to you.
AII right. Yes, I'd Iike that.
Excuse me. Make it to LiIIybeIIe.
-The research center, pIease. -Dr. Humphries, 1 1th fIoor.
What exactly is your position here?
l'm a blood analyst.
And have you found there is a relationship between blood type and aging?
We're looking at it. We're looking at everything.
That's why we're here.
But my suspicion would be what kind of blood you have...
affects how much you sleep, how deeply...
and how you sleep affects how you age.
-Excuse me. Dr. Humphries. -Straight ahead.
-We can guess... -No, thank you.
certain bIood disorders and tissue deficiencies...
resuIt in a rapid degeneration...
simiIar to the symptoms of acceIerated aging.
We've even had resuIts here with monkeys in speeding up the cIock...
but we are a Iong way from turning it back.
We can't quite promise you everIasting Iife.
-You aII right? -My hair comes out in my hand. Look.
I've been reading this book.
Why are these books aIways so badIy written, I wonder?
I've been there.
They know nothing. They're guessing.
How Iong is it going to take?
How Iong did the others take?
-I don't know. -You must remember, Miriam.
I know it's a Iong time...
but it's not the kind of thing that you forget.
-LoIIia, how Iong did she take? -A week.
A few days. I don't remember.
-She couIdn't sIeep? -No. She fed, but she couIdn't sIeep.
And the one before that?
The same. AIways the same.
I prayed I'd never Iose you. I know what's happening to you.
I Iive with your suffering again and again.
I had hoped that this time was just, somehow, some miracIe.
I've never stopped hoping that.
And who's next? Have you thought about that?
Who's to keep you company when I'm gone?
I'm sure you have thought about that.
Who's it to be? AIice?
-Stop it. -Look at me.
Look at me!
What am I going to do?
Listen, I'm going to the boardroom to see the finance committee.
If anyone caIIs, don't put them through...
-unIess it's an emergency, okay? -Okay.
-Don't be aIarmed. -How did you get in here?
It's John BIayIock.
This is a restricted area. You're not aIIowed in here.
I've been reading your book. I won't Iie, I've not read it aII.
I'm just on my way out.
It says somewhere that age is a disease, a disease that can be cured.
-Yes. -Do you seriousIy beIieve that?
-I think it's possibIe but, Mr.... -BIayIock.
Yes. I'm very Iate right now for a meeting on another fIoor.
Look at me. Look at my hands. How oId am I?
-They're waiting. -How oId?
-I don't know. -These are Iiver spots, aren't they?
-They Iook Iike it, yes. -I didn't have them yesterday.
Yesterday, I was 30 years oId.
-That's remarkabIe. -I'm a young man.
Do you understand? I'm a young man.
Yes. AII right. I want you to wait for me...
and I'II be back in 15 minutes, and then we'II do some tests, okay?
Why don't you have a seat, Mr. BIayIock, and I'II be with you as soon as I can.
You must think that I'm quite crazy.
-I reaIIy.... I have to go. -Of course.
Hi, Fred. This is Dr. Roberts.
Hi. Listen, I just had another nut wander into my office.
Yeah, I'm fine. I Ieft him in the patients' Iounge on 8.
Great, thank you. Fred?
Look, don't break his Iegs or anything, okay? He's quite harmIess.
Just Iet him sit there for a whiIe, and he'II probabIy get tired and Ieave.
Mr. RosenfeId? Hi, how are you?
You're Iooking fine.
Excuse me. Sir?
Excuse me, sir.
Sir, smoking is not permitted.
The effective age at this point.; 55.
-And what's that in human terms? -EquivaIent to around 92.
Right here, he's in his 70th hour.
That's where the first degenerative changes were visibIe.
Decay starts acceIerating here.
He's aging at a rate of approximateIy five years per minute.
What was the resuIt of that test then, CharIie?
His bIood ceIIs graduaIIy Iost their abiIity to obtain oxygen.
The effective age now: 85.
Human equivalent.; 129.
And Iife signs terminate right...
Now watch this.
Sir? Excuse me, sir.
WouId you Iike a cup of coffee?
It is your job. Just show them the tapes.
You think so?
I think MandeIstam wiII have a heart attack.
Tom, these tapes are worth a fortune. I mean, we have made history here.
We have actuaIIy shown that there is a cIock.
We have actuaIIy shown that it can be tampered with.
Okay, so I don't understand exactIy how it works...
but I'm going to find out, if it kiIIs me.
We're taIking about the secret of Iife and death here.
That's good. They'II Iike that. MandeIstam wiII Iike that.
-He's an idiot. -No. You're wrong, darIing.
Nobody with $50,000 to give away is an idiot.
We have got to get our funding. We're so cIose.
-I'II show him the tapes. -Thanks.
It wasn't as much as we hoped we'd get...
-but it'II get us through next year. -Good oId Tom.
-He was great-- -Dr. Roberts.
-You Iet me down. -Beg your pardon?
You didn't beIieve me. You made me sit here for over two hours.
-Mr. BIayIock? -You had your meeting to go to.
Fifteen minutes, you said. You Iied.
Just thought I was some ridicuIous oId crank.
-Mr. BIayIock, wait, pIease. -Wait? I can't wait.
I'm urgentIy required eIsewhere.
Mr. BIayIock, pIease come into my office--
Why don't you take a seat in the patients' Iounge?
Mr. BIayIock, pIease wait.
You can't Ieave.
You stupid oId fuck!
Fuck! You fucking cut me!
You cut me!
-What do you want? -Is Miriam here? Mrs. BIayIock.
There's nobody here.
My name is AIice Cavender. I Iive across the street.
I do music with the BIayIocks every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
-It's Tuesday. -l know.
l just wanted to tell Miriam l can't come tomorrow. Mrs. Blaylock.
On account of some dumb Iecture I got suckered into at schooI.
She's not here. l told you, there's nobody here.
Maybe I couId Ieave a note.
I'II Ieave it on the piano, okay? I've got some music she wants back.
Are you a friend of theirs?
You're the first friend of theirs I ever met.
They don't entertain a great deaI.
Wait a minute. You're not John's father, are you?
-Mr. BIayIock, John's father. -No.
No, I'm just a friend. Why?
You've got the same eyes.
Strange. I've never noticed. I've known him aII these years.
-PIay something. -Now?
Yes. Miriam teIIs me you have great promise.
Miriam said that?
I used to pIay a IittIe myseIf when I was a young man.
-WeII, if you reaIIy want me to. -PIease.
I've got this LaIo trio I've been working on.
ProbabIy going to make a fooI of myseIf, but you asked for it.
-C minor. -That's right.
-A IittIe saccharine. -That's what John says.
You know, John speaks before he thinks.
Is that what he does? I can't figure him out.
I've been coming here for a year practicaIIy.
Miriam's fantastic. She's my best friend, but John--
You don't Iike John?
I didn't say that. I Iove him. I Iove them both.
He's just hard to figure out, that's aII.
PIease pIay the LaIo for me...
even if it is a IittIe saccharine.
-Are you sure you're not John's father? -Quite sure.
I got caught in the rain.
You said forever.
Never-ending. Do you remember?
Forever, you said.
Forever and ever.
Never growing oId.
Do you remember?
Think of me as I was.
Kiss me Iike that.
Give me a IittIe Ionger.
Then kiII me.
What have you done?
KiII me, Miriam.
You don't understand.
There is no reIease, my darIing.
No Ietting go.
Humankind die one way, we another.
Their end is finaI. Ours is not.
In the earth, in the rotting wood...
in the eternaI darkness...
we wiII see...
and hear and feeI.
this is John.
AII of you, aII my Ioves...
be kind to him tonight.
Who is it?
-Mrs. Blaylock? -Yes?
l had to go to great lengths to get your number.
-l've been trying you all day. -Yes?
My name is Roberts. l'm a doctor. l'm from the Park West Medical Center.
Mr. BIayIock came to see me at the hospitaI yesterday...
and I'm afraid we had a terribIe misunderstanding.
My husband is not here.
When wiII he be back?
-He's gone to SwitzerIand. -SwitzerIand?
Look, Mrs. BIayIock...
I'm sure your husband's furious with me and I don't bIame him, reaIIy.
To be honest with you, I didn't beIieve him yesterday.
I mean, we get so many cranks at the hospitaI, you know.
Anyway, I feeI terribIe about it.
I'm very sorry, and I'd Iike the chance to taIk to him...
and see if there's something that I couIdn't do.
Maybe in a day or two when I know a IittIe more...
when we know each other better.
Sure. I guess this probabIy isn't a very good time for you, either.
I'm going to give you my home phone and my office number.
If you need anything, pIease caII me. And I'd appreciate it...
if you couId keep me posted on what's going on.
-Good morning. -Good morning.
Mrs. BIayIock, I'm inquiring about AIice Cavender.
I don't usuaIIy get a smiIe on that.
-You shouId. It means ''good cheer.'' -That's right.
AIice Cavender didn't come home Iast night...
and she didn't show up at schooI today.
You don't have any idea where she might be, do you, Mrs. BIayIock?
No, I'm afraid not.
She didn't say anything about any probIems at home...
or with any boyfriends or anything Iike that, did she?
Like I say, nine times out of ten...
there's nothing to worry about with things Iike this.
But if you or Mr. BIayIock shouId think of anything...
you might give me a caII.
-New York isn't exactIy heaven, is it? -No.
Except on a day Iike today, in a spot Iike this.
Are you getting the phone?
-Was that the phone? -Nope.
It didn't ring.
-Are you sure? -Yeah, I'm sure.
Barbara, did you just buzz me?
Okay. No, everything's aII right.
-No, reaIIy. It didn't ring. -I couId have sworn I heard it.
I don't mean to intrude but I didn't hear from you...
I was wondering if you'd heard from your husband...
and how he was doing.
I don't know why I'm here.
I don't know how much he toId you about himseIf, about us.
That is perhaps for the best.
-Sherry? -No, thank you. I reaIIy don't Iike sherry.
I think you'II Iike this one.
This is reaI, isn't it?
Yes. It's 2,000 years oId.
You've got so many beautifuI things.
Most of it comes from my famiIy.
I Iove this piece.
It's one of my favorites, too.
She Iooks Iike you.
I mean, you know...
kind of Iike you.
Hair's the same.
It's FIorentine, 500 years oId.
l'm sure we could talk for hours, you and l, but l suppose you're very busy.
No, not too busy. What about you?
Me? You wouId think me mostIy idIe, I'm afraid.
My time is my own.
PIenty of time for your friends...
and Iots of Iunches and dinners...
and cocktaiI parties at the Museum of Modern Art?
How do you spend your time?
Are you IoneIy?
I mean, especiaIIy now that your husband's away?
I Iike your pendant.
You know it was the symboI of everIasting Iife?
What's that piece you're pIaying?
It's Lakmé by DeIibes.
Lakmé is a Brahmin princess in India.
-She has a sIave named MaIIika. -MaIIika.
In a magicaI garden, they sing how they foIIow the stream to its source...
gIiding over the water.
Is it a Iove song?
I toId you, it was sung by two women.
-Sounds Iike a Iove song. -Then I suppose that's what it is.
Are you making a pass at me, Mrs. BIayIock?
Not that I'm aware of, Sarah.
You ordered it rare.
-I know. -So what's the probIem?
And you sent back the cIams.
I'm just not very hungry.
Then why order it if you're not hungry? Why order the steak at aII?
I thought I wanted it.
-What's that? -What?
The chain around your neck.
It's an ankh. It's Egyptian. Miriam gave it to me.
The woman that I went to see this afternoon.
You just met her and she gives you a present?
She's that kind of a woman.
Did you have something you wanted to teII me?
No. About what?
About what the heII is wrong with you.
I mean, what happened today?
-Nothing happened today. We just taIked. -For three-and-a-haIf hours, you taIked?
You know how peopIe are. They Iike to taIk to doctors.
We had some sherry in these fancy IittIe gIasses...
and we taIked.
-You hate sherry. -I know.
-It gives you a headache. -I know.
So what did you taIk about? I mean, the weather, the fashions?
Seems Iike three-and-a-haIf hours is a heII of a Iong time...
to have a conversation with a stranger.
Now you're teIIing me how Iong my conversations are supposed to be?
-I'm asking a question. -WouId you Iower your voice?
-What's wrong with you? -What the heII is wrong with you?
I toId you, this woman's husband is rotting away...
in some Swiss cIinic somewhere.
She's IoneIy and she doesn't have a friend in the worId.
You know what I think?
I mean, do you want to know what I think?
I'm sure you're going to teII me anyway.
I think you shouId see a doctor.
I am a doctor.
And so am I.
AII right. You got to take it easy.
She's ravenous and she can't eat.
So, CharIie, what is it?
It's as if two entireIy different strains of bIood were not onIy present...
but fighting it out for dominance.
I need a cigarette.
The foreign strain, were you abIe to isoIate it?
-It's on another sIide. -And?
The spooky part is...
it isn't human bIood.
It's not human.
It's stronger bIood than ours.
Very simiIar but more disease-resistant.
-What species? -I have no idea.
How the heII did it get in Sarah's veins?
-Beats me. -Now, wait a minute!
-Tom, caIm down. -CaIm down. Just Iet me....
ExpIain this to me.
You're teIIing us that Sarah has some weird bIood fouIing up her veins?
-Some inhuman bIood? -RoII up your sIeeve.
-What? -RoII up your sIeeve.
-What's that? -I don't know.
How Iong have you had that?
I don't know.
-You have no idea where you got that? -None. Look...
CharIie, you said that...
there's a fight between the two strains for dominance.
Who's winning, CharIie?
At this moment, my coIIeagues think that I'm in the office...
of a Ieading bIood speciaIist, but I decided instead to come here.
-Yes. -Don't you touch me.
-Sarah? -What have you done to me?
There's some aIien strain consuming my bIood.
-That's right. -I know that's right.
What I want to know is, what is it? Why have you done it?
You're damn right I'm frightened.
It's naturaI. You don't know what's happening to you.
But there's nothing to be frightened of as Iong as you put your faith in me...
give me time, trust me.
I did trust you, and Iook what happened.
It's a bruise. It wiII fade.
I know it's a bruise. Look, I'm gonna ask you one more time.
What have you done to me?
I've given you something you never dared dream of.
-What? -EverIasting Iife.
-If I'd known that, I wouIdn't-- -The bIood in your veins is mine.
Look, I am tired of aII your buIIshit!
I want a straight answer from you. Do you hear me?
I made a simpIe incision.
I drew your bIood, and then you took mine.
You beIong to me. We beIong to each other.
I'm getting out of here.
You'II be back.
When the hunger hurts so much you've Iost reason...
then you'II have to feed, and then you'II need me to show you how.
Yes. May I speak to Dr. Tom Haver, pIease?
What do you mean he's gone home?
No, but he's not there. I aIready caIIed the apartment.
No, he can't caII me. I'm in a booth.
I'II try him Iater or.... Never mind.
Lady, how about it?
Come on, Iady. How about it?
Crazy fucking junkie.
I'm going to bring someone to you.
Someone who can feed your hunger.
This is Dr. Schrader. l'm unable to take your call just now.
lf you care to leave a message, kindly wait for the tone.
Dr. Schrader, heIIo.
It's Tom Haver caIIing again about Sarah Roberts.
I stiII haven't heard from her.
If you couId give me a caII when you get in, I'd appreciate it.
I Ieft the number before.
Thank you very much. Goodbye.
HeIp yourseIf to a drink.
-Who is it? -It's Tom Haver.
-Tom? -Haver. I'm a friend of Sarah Roberts'.
I'm sorry to disturb you so Iate...
but she didn't come home tonight, and l'm worried.
l just spoke to a doctor that she had an appointment with this afternoon...
and she never showed.
l know that she was here yesterday, and l just thought maybe--
Yes, come in.
So, I know she was here yesterday...
and I just wondered if you'd heard from her.
Yes. She's upstairs.
Dr. Haver, she's not weII.
On the second fIoor, in the bedroom.
What is this?
Come on. Look, Sarah.
CaIm down, it's Tom.
You're going to be aII right now. Come on up on the bed.
That's a girI. Jesus, you're burning up.
You're coId? I'II get you a robe.
Put this around you. Come here.
It's aII right, baby. I'm here. No, hang on. No.
Wait a minute.
-What are you taIking about? -Get out! Go!
What the fucking heII? Come here!
I've got you now. Where are you going? I got you.
Come on. It's Tom. You're aII right.
I got you. You're aII right now.
You're okay. I got you.
I got you. I Iove you.
I Iove you.
You're aII right, baby.
It's not nearIy as difficuIt as you imagined, is it?
You wiII sIeep six hours in every 24...
you wiII feed one day in seven...
and from this moment, you wiII never grow oId.
Not a minute.
You'II be young forever.
You're part of me now, and I cannot Iet you go.
We're damned to Iive forever...
with no reIease, no end.
And I need you to share it with me.
After a IittIe whiIe, you wiII forget what you were...
and you wiII begin to Iove me as I Iove you.
Forever and ever.
Stay with me.
I Iove you! I Iove you aII!
Lt. AIIegrezza to see Mrs. BIayIock, pIease.
Yeah, she'II remember.
TeII her the gentIeman about the missing person.
I reaIIy don't know what to teII you. I'm just the agent.
-The agent? -Arthur JeIinek.
JeIinek ReaIty. We are handIing the saIe of this house.
-The saIe? -Yes.
I have some cIients upstairs Iooking the pIace over...
and it aII happened very suddenIy.
It's an estate case.
The whoIe thing was handIed by a Iaw firm.
My understanding is that the owners are deceased...
and whatever profits are Ieft over...
are going to some kind of research center or cIinic in town.
WouId you mind very much?
I don't want my cIients to think I've deserted them.
WouId you excuse me?
Take your time.
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Hi Mom 1970
Hidalgo (2004) CD1
Hidalgo (2004) CD2
Hidden Fortress (Akira Kurosawa) CD1
Hidden Fortress (Akira Kurosawa) CD2
Hidden Fortress - Criterion Collection
Hide And Seek
Higanbana - Equinox Flower - Yasujiro Ozu 1958
High Anxiety CD1
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High Heels and Low Lifes
High Plains Drifter
High Society CD1
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High Wind In Jamaica A (1965)
Highlander 1986 Directors Cut CD1
Highlander 1986 Directors Cut CD2
Highlander III The Sorcerer 1994
Hija del canibal La (2003)
Hijo de la Novia El
Hijo de la Novia El 2001
Hilary and Jackie
Hillside Strangler The 2004
Himalaya - lenfance dun chef
Hip Hip Hora! (Hip Hip Whore)
Hiroshima Mon Amour - Criterion Collection
Hiroshima Mon Amour 1959
Hiroyuki Sanada - Twilight Samurai 2002 CD1
Hiroyuki Sanada - Twilight Samurai 2002 CD2
His Girl Friday
His Secret Life
His brother 2003
Histoire D O (1975)
Histoire de Pen
Historias Minimas (2002)
History of the World The - Part I
Hitcher II - I have been waiting
Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy The - Episode 1
Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy The - Episode 2
Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy The - Episode 3
Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy The - Episode 4
Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy The - Episode 5
Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy The - Episode 6
Hitlerjunge Salomon - Europa Europa
Hitokiri Tenchu 1969 CD1
Hitokiri Tenchu 1969 CD2
Hole in the Head A
Hollow The (2004)
Hollywood Ending CD1
Hollywood Ending CD2
Hollywood Homicide 2003 CD1
Hollywood Homicide 2003 CD2
Holy Matrimony (1994)
Holy Smoke CD1
Holy Smoke CD2
Home Alone 1990
Home Alone 2 - Lost in New York
Home Alone 3
Home Alone 4
Home At The End Of The World A
Home On The Range
Home from the Sea
Homem Que Copiava O 2003 CD1
Homem Que Copiava O 2003 CD2
Homme-orchestre L (Serge Korber 1970)
Homolka a Tobolka
Honeymoon Killers The
Hororr hotline (2001)
Horse Whisperer The CD1
Horse Whisperer The CD2
Horseman on the Roof The
Horses Mouth The
Hostile Waters 1997
Hot Chick The
Hot Wheels World Race CD1
Hot Wheels World Race CD2
Hound of Baskervilles The
Hour of the Wolf
House By The Cemetary The
House Of The Spirits CD1
House Of The Spirits CD2
House With The Windows That Laugh
House of 1000 Corpses
House of Frankenstein
House of Games (1987)
House of Mirth The
House of Sand and Fog 2003 CD1
House of Sand and Fog 2003 CD2
House of flying daggers
House of the Dead
House of the Flying Daggers
How Green Was My Valley
How The West Was Won 1962 CD1
How The West Was Won 1962 CD2
How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days
How to Beat the High Cost of Living
How to Keep My Love 2004
How to Murder Your Wife 1965
How to Steal a Million CD1
How to Steal a Million CD2
How to deal
Hratky s certem
Hudsucker Proxy The
Hulk The - Special Edition
Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam
Hum Kaun Hai
Hum Tumhare Hain Sanam
Human Beast The CD1
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Hunchback of Notre Dame II The
Hunchback of Notre Dame The
Hundtricker the movie
Hunger The 1983
Hunt For Red October CD1
Hunt For Red October CD2
Huozhe (Lifetimes) CD1
Huozhe (Lifetimes) CD2
Hurricane The CD1
Hurricane The CD2
Hypnosis (Saimin 1999)
Hypnotic Doctor Sleep
Hypnotist The 1999
Hypo-Chondri-Cat The (1950)