Lord Jim CD2
Do you believe that death is the end of everything?
I believe you must leave here...
...before you learn the answer.
Then why not save one of your own people?
You, they will chase.
And while they hunt for you...
...we will get the weapons.
I don't mind being chased.
But I'd like not to get caught.
If you hesitate...
If you move too soon, we fail.
If the moon comes out too soon, we fail.
Each thing must be exact.
A nice, fresh, long one, please.
Full of life.
You're the one on the boat...
...and the fire.
You know, if you'd done a proper job of sabotage...
...neither of us would be in this mess, would we?
I thought it was him.
One moment, please.
To pray for a dead soul.
Come, I shall pray for you also.
We found the body of the dead prisoner at the monastery.
That is how the Englishman escape.
Chain them with the prisoners.
What's it mean?
That the Englishman is safe with them. That means they have the weapons.
And that means...
Now we can resist.
To resist is not enough.
If this becomes the battleground...
...your women and children become the first casualties.
We have 10 rifles, they have a hundred.
Ours are better weapons, but they have unlimited bullets.
According to Mr. Stein, you have a cannon, a six-pounder.
Yes, but not fired for many years, buried in some old ruins.
It's useless there.
But if we place it here in the village, it brings the stockade within range.
You think the General will wait?
His men will sweep over us like locusts.
...if we can keep them locked in their own stockade...
...and at the same time...
...if we can destroy the ammunition dump with a cannon...
...if we can attack on their ground...
...if we can keep them inside, on the defensive...
...if we can be ready by tomorrow's sunrise...
...we might win. - Lf.
The night is too short for ifs!
To take human life is a sin against Buddha.
Can peaceful farmers be made...
...into an army in one night? - Yes!
- Begin before we talk the night away. - Can you use an old artilleryman?
Now we can fight.
Looks peaceful to me.
- What about these? Will they fire? - Yes...
...if there was something to fire.
Bits of iron, nails, broken glass.
Why wait? Attack! Now!
- Do their spears frighten you? - Fools frighten me.
Would you lead an attack by torchlight...
...with 500 spears waiting in the darkness?
There is the margin of victory. Firepower.
We will slaughter them.
Yes, yes, but will we defeat them?
Rockets, like fireworks. Many.
When the sun rises, be ready.
- You're not well. - I'm fine.
- We have far to go. - Women.
- Not a job for... - lf we can plough a field...
...we can pull a cannon.
- Everything go as planned? - Yes.
- You didn't forget the bamboo poles? - Everything as planned.
He will need someone to lead the way.
- Lf you see a kite flying? - We fire.
And keep firing till you hit the blockhouse.
- Lf that ammunition dump explodes? - We have won.
- Lf we send up a white rocket? - Our shot is too long.
- A red one? - Means we are short.
I know not why...
...you've made our cause yours, but... - Does it matter?
It matters that you risk your life for us.
God go with you...
What's it mean...
A Tuan is a man of bravery...
...a man to respect.
Yes. "Lord Jim."
- For my mother. - Oh, I'm sorry.
Why should you sorrow for the dead?
What lives once lives forever.
Many people wait here to be purified by fire.
Only then can their souls be freed from their bodies.
A proper funeral should have music and dancing...
...and fine gifts for the gods and beautiful painted towers to burn.
But it is very, very expensive.
So we wait for a rich man to die, and then...
...we quickly bring out our dead and join the cremation.
It is a happy time when so many souls come back to us.
One day, my mother's soul will return to a new life...
...sweet and bitter as the old...
...but one step closer to perfection.
The sign of the true believer.
You wear the Jesus medal, yet you beseech Buddha.
Last week, it was Mohammed. Before that, Confucius.
I was lonely.
At times like this, I can't stand to be alone.
Besides, I always did believe in God.
In your mouth, that is blasphemy.
What do you think of before a battle?
Killing? Death? God? A woman!
I think only of what the enemy is thinking.
- And you? - Oh, I feel a griping pain here.
Probably something I ate.
Probably a precious stone, perhaps.
Like all things great and small...
...it will pass.
And when it does...
...give it back.
- The cannon. Is it ready? - It is in position.
It's always there, waiting for us. Waiting...
It's always there. Fear.
Why didn't you run, hide, crawl 20 feet underground where you belong?
- What about them? - Who?
- Them! - They're dead! Finished!
- Nothing can save them. - Jump! Jump! Jump!
- I will go now. - Wait! Please.
I need some help with this.
Count by ones.
- Now! - One, two...
...seven. - Seven.
That man, what did he want?
What does a child want when it cries in the dark?
At a time like this, most of us...
I know what they did.
You told them nothing.
Next time, I would have told them everything.
The General is a persuasive man.
He knows human nature. String, please.
He knew how much I wanted you.
Would you have given yourself?
Because of fear?
Because it was necessary.
It is only what we do, what we think...
...that makes us unclean.
At sunrise, we invade Patusan. Resistance is expected.
Consequently, you will go in front.
You will form a human wall...
...a shield to protect my men.
Therefore, ask them not to resist.
Your lives depend upon the mercy of your brothers.
At sunrise, then.
Will the gods be on our side today?
- Do you wish me to pray for you? - I already have.
That is good. To which god?
We have only one god.
That is unfortunate.
There is too much work for one god, no?
Why didn't you keep firing?
Tuan, attack! Attack!
If we try now, too many die.
- When it's dark. - Thank you. Thank you.
No chains. No chains.
Thank you. No chains.
All the fuses must be lighted at the same time.
All the spears must be thrown at the same time.
- What are you waiting for? - Darkness.
The tunnel! From there, under the walls.
General, I salute you.
We are much more alike than I thought.
An escape hatch for all of us.
Oh, yes. Too bad, yes.
Some are destined to fight to the very end.
A glorious death.
For what would you be willing to die?
- Willing? - Certainly not honor.
Perhaps this treasure?
...didn't know where else to go.
You are welcome everywhere, but here is your home.
The man is my father.
He came here for Mr. Stein.
I remember him...
...as a golden god.
My mother worshiped him...
...loved him even as she died.
I was born in this house.
We had many happy times together...
...until one day...
...the golden god ran away.
Perhaps, after all, he was not a god.
Mr. Stein sends other men.
They promise never to leave us, like my father.
But always, they dream of someplace else.
...something pulled them away. Always, they leave.
You will go away, back. Yes, back to your own kind.
I won't go back.
One day, a letter will come.
Or the whiskey soda will remind you of a woman, a dream, a memory.
- Something will make you leave. - Do you want me to stay?
Everyone will be honored.
Do you want me to stay?
...I do not wish to die weeping...
...like my mother.
It is already too late.
Then I might as well stay.
I'll never go...
Never is forever.
Let us try to live one day at a time.
At least 10 wooden chests filled with money. Worth 50,000, maybe more.
A gallon of stones worth who knows how much.
- Ours for the taking. - Why didn't you take them?
By myself? I could have managed a handful...
...but with your engine boat, we get it all like a breeze.
That easy, eh?
Kill one man, becomes easy.
Well, personally, I'm not a man for killing. Are you?
So we need a specialist in these matters.
The captain of this ship is...
Did you ever hear of Gentleman Brown?
For this, we don't want any gentleman.
This gentleman, Captain Brown...
...has given more business to death than the bubonic plague.
From Java to Fiji...
...he's wanted for piracy, for slavery, for mutiny...
...for rape, murder, even some things that are not mentioned in the Bible.
- You were saying? - On the day of the festival...
...Patusan will be like a wild and noisy carnival.
- Tea? - Thank you.
We can be in and out before they know what hit them.
If an army couldn't take this money, what makes you think we can?
The General was too ambitious.
All we have to do is...
...eliminate a certain person.
You mean murder?
Kill one pompous fool and...
Let's see, now. You're out, he's in, but he's the fool.
- Could I have whiskey, please, captain? - Did you bring some with you?
Now, where is this gold kept? Is it guarded?
If so, how? And by whom?
How do I know I can trust you?
You don't know.
- What do you think? - I'm a silent partner.
Well, I suppose we have to take each other's word as gentlemen.
If we can cut a canal from here to the river, we can ship 30 percent more tin.
Fifty percent if you had machines.
But that takes much money.
- Are you still against money? - No, sir.
- Good. - With machines...
...we could build a dam, which would give us two rice crops.
Wait a minute. Not so fast.
This is still their land...
...their future. They must decide. - They have.
Waris, his father, the people. Full approval.
Do they understand what they are approving?
Not entirely. I gave them my word.
Seemed to be enough.
I see. Well, this project is practical, yes.
It takes only one thing to make it workable.
All you must do is kill an evil phantom.
Let's see now, you can't kill a ghost with a bullet or a spear.
The weapon is truth.
That phantom's been with me a long time.
- It won't die. - No, son. Not in the dark.
- But if you bring it out into the open... - You expect me to tell them?
The stink of the Patna belongs to another world.
There is only one world.
The long arm of this trading company has reached across 10,000 miles...
...right here into your hiding place. This is from Amsterdam.
"Your request for Jim, alias James, Burke...
...to represent us in Patusan is denied."
But let Chief Du-Ramin insist on Jim, as he will, and I'll back you all the way.
But no secrets. Everybody, eyes open.
Then, if anything happens again...
You meant exactly what you said.
You know the truth.
- Can you trust me? - I did.
Then. Before you knew.
What about now?
Just now, you were thinking, "lt'll happen again.
Tomorrow, the next day, when there's dirty weather. Watch out.
He'll slip, turn coward, jump."
You expect it to happen.
It'll always be there, the doubt. Waiting.
You have visitors of much importance.
Now you are one of us, it is proper to become family.
We hope for you to happy.
They respect you.
We respect each other.
Enough to share a secret with them?
Not that one.
You won't even tell the girl?
If she can trust you with her love, if they can trust you with their faith...
...why can't you trust them with the truth?
Did you take a look at them out there?
A good look?
Do you know what they felt?
What I feel right now?
The trust in their eyes means more...
You think I want to see in their eyes what I see in yours?
I earned their respect, and you want me to...
No. I can't.
I won't. I cannot tell them and stay here, and I'm staying.
Whether I work for you or not, I'm staying.
Now, if you want to tell them about me, go ahead. Just go ahead.
You gave me this chance.
Don't ask me to throw it away.
You know, the time of the harvest...
...is a season for gifts.
An ancient custom invented by me just now.
For your collection.
According to Professor Stein, rare, exact specimens.
We are only what God made us.
Drunk, you're useless and unreliable.
- Sober, he's the same. - Tell me about his man Jim.
- I told you 20 times. - Start again. From the beginning.
- It's the lascar, hurt bad. - Leave him.
He sounds terrible. I think he'll die slow and painful.
- They should put him out of his misery. - One bullet.
An act of compassion?
Good for us, bad for him.
Please, please do not let me die.
This is Captain Brown.
- Is it Duncan Brown? - Yes, sir.
Gentleman Duncan Malcolm Brown at your service.
- What do you want? - A truce.
I'm prepared to discuss terms...
...but only in private and with the white man, the one they call "Lord Jim."
Him alone. No other.
- Is it a truce or not? - Ignore him.
How do you ignore a fact?
Well? Yes or no?
I'd use it.
Yes, I think his majesty has pretensions to heroism...
...a form of mental disease induced by vanity.
Kill him. Just one shot.
You have a natural talent for disaster.
Try to improve yourself into an ordinary failure...
...by keeping your mouth shut.
My lord, it's a privilege and an honor.
Yes, well, what a waste...
...to risk so much on the drunken fantasies of the idiot Cornelius.
Pure folly on my part.
You, my lord, what brought you to lotus land?
A weapon may seem inconsistent with a truce...
...but habit... Hunted men are creatures of caution.
Yes. Fired in self-defense.
Someone close to you was hurt?
The wounded lascar we left in your own personal care was like my own...
...and only sweet son.
You let him die.
And there you are. The Lord giveth, and the Lord taketh...
Now, what's our situation? We have two choices.
One, you give us our boats, accept our apology, we leave peacefully.
Choice two, we fight.
- You'd lose. - Granted.
But in all good conscience, my lord, is it worth even one innocent life...
...merely to remove worthless rabble, riffraff, like myself...
...who one day will die on the gallows anyway?
Really, my lord, you don't have the moral right to spend their lives.
Besides, what would you gain by our death?
Just that. Your death.
...your mouth full of stinking piety. Hypocrite!
Have you said one word touched with Christian charity and pity?
Are you so pure?
Nothing fishy about your life? Nothing to be ashamed of?
No white man hides himself in the wilderness without a reason!
Come, my lord, what made you run from your world?
Are we not exiles, you and I, not good enough for the world out there?
Are we so far apart?
Have we not the same roots, the same skin?
Have you never begged forgiveness, never needed a second chance?
You'll give up your weapons.
And leave my men helpless?
I may be a scoundrel, but a deserter...
No, sir. I'd rather die than spend another day in prison.
And if we're to die, this place is as good as any.
But remember, when it comes to saving one's life in the dark...
...one doesn't care how many go down. Do you? Three more, 30, 300.
That's the choice. Let us go, be rid of us, or fight and be damned.
If you hear a big bell tolling...
...you'll get your boat...
...and a safe passage out.
- Lf you hear a rifle shot... - Till when do we wait?
- Till it's decided. - Decided? By whom? By them?
Even if you tolled the bell, is your word good enough against theirs?
You're white, clean through.
In the name of God Almighty himself, I trust you.
- You should have killed him. - Shut your gob.
- I could've gone home rich, respected... - And dead.
Without even a penny to keep your eyes closed.
Might as well be dead as go home empty-handed.
If I am an expert judge of human weakness, depravity and avarice...
...and I am...
...we shall not leave here unrewarded for our labor.
Give them their boat.
- Let them go away. - Why? Those men broke the law.
Now they must answer to the law.
That law is the oldest of our land. The law of survival. Death for death.
- There's more than one kind of law. - Which kind?
Your private law? Colonial justice?
Or is it perhaps your Christian conscience?
Perhaps your conscience is colored by your skin.
His lordship has the self-righteous stench of a converted sinner.
He'll trust us to prove that we can trust him.
But what's the profit? What's he get?
Forgiveness for his sins.
What's he done?
It doesn't matter very much what he's done.
Just so he thinks it much.
- You said they'd go in peace. - Yes.
- You trust their word? - Yes.
Ask the police of any port from Jidda to Makassar...
...about the word of Gentlemen Brown.
Tell the boy's mama...
...and her mama...
...how very sorry I am.
- Why must you go against the majority? - Is the majority always right?
Is your conscience, yours alone, right?
Why must you take this thing on yourself?
Because I'm responsible for everyone on...
Yes. But Brown...
What is he to you, or you to him? You owe him nothing.
This has to do with me, not him!
- This is my word, not his. - Words.
Even for the cleanest mouth, words are a poor security.
If even one of your people dies because of what I ask...
...l'll forfeit my own life.
It comes to one thing:
- Do we trust him? - Do you?
Ring the bell. Close the book.
- Quench the candle. - What's that?
Never heard the final sentence of excommunication?
- For God's sake, are we safe? - What sinner is safe from damnation?
Father? Go to the temple, Father.
Tell the people to stay at home.
- That's my boat, all right. - Captain, I salute you.
Now, place all guns on the boat.
We have one objective, only one. The money.
And may I remind you that vengeance belongs to God...
...is that clear? - That's not.
The trusting souls are even lighting our way.
Notice all of them posted downriver. Perfect.
Now, then, mister, illusion is the trick. Make it slow and noisy.
Stall your engine, start again, keep moving, stop...
...anything to keep attention on the boat.
Your boat will be the pied piper. They'll follow as you go.
- Take off your shoes. - I'll stay with the boat, just in case.
Take off your shoes.
- Captain Brown! - At your service, my lord.
- Light your portside lamp! - Yes, sir.
- But it'll be slow-going in this muck. - Just keep moving. Don't stop.
Don't you fret, milord, a gentleman's word is his bond.
You won't regret this kindness. May God bless and keep you.
- Where's my blasted first officer? - Here, sir.
Take over, mister.
Look lively, men.
- Ready to cast off? - Cast off!
- Hey, hey! - Who's yelling? What happened?
Wait! Hey, it's the donkeyman, Captain Brown, sir.
He's still ashore!
- He says he can't. He's hurt his foot. - Go get him!
- Aye, aye, sir. - Won't be a minute, captain, sir.
And I gotta get some steam up anyway.
- Something wrong? - No, nothing.
And yet, something.
Perhaps it is not a thing. More like a feeling.
- Yes. - You sense it also?
Does it have a name, this feeling?
Then all of this was meant to happen?
And of all places to happen.
Take two letters from Patusan, U and S.
- "Patna." - What is Patna?
An ugly hag of a sea witch.
A phantom ship coming to settle an old account.
Something that happened a long time ago...
...on a night like this.
In a fog like this.
Stand by, everybody! Cast off at the stern. And keep a sharp lookout!
You. You. Reconnoiter. Clear the decks.
You show them the way.
Keep her midstream. Starboard. More to starboard!
Don't let that engine die.
Let me talk to Brown!
I told you to watch that engine, stupid.
I found the trouble, Captain Brown, sir. It's the feed line.
Nothing can stop us now. He's done for.
This is what they came to get.
They must not leave without it.
We must make them come through there.
...what we must.
Here. Take the money.
Sometimes, from a good intention comes evil...
...if God wills it so.
This was not done by the hand of God.
Nor by Jim.
His hands are not clean.
Your judgment is clouded with a father's anger.
Become a father...
...before you judge a father's anger.
But the law is without anger.
Look at your son.
Did he die in anger?
Tell him to go.
...to take the woman and go...
In the morning, if I find him still here...
...by his own word...
...he owes the law...
- Ready? - I'm staying.
Have you understood nothing? If you stay, you die.
That's a simple fact. Must it be explained?
Do facts ever explain anything?
I know you, mister.
You don't expect to die. You expect a miracle.
You will strut out there like a hero.
Du-Ramin will shoot, but the gun will not fire.
Already, you hear the cheering.
Always, you hear the applause before the deed.
Your kinds of hero need victims.
You profit by their despair.
And who will be the victim this time?
...l'll be my own victim.
So you want a neat, orderly world.
Perfect conduct for the imperfect man in his imperfect world.
- That's right. - A quick, clean ending.
- Yes. - Full of morals and high purpose.
What morals? What purpose?
Do you think you'll pay for the Patna this way?
I don't know any other way.
You think the world cares how you die?
But... But there is nothing in suicide.
No victory, not even salvation.
Not even peace?
There is too much pride in your humility.
Perhaps there is no best way.
But surely not his way.
Be practical. Take him and run.
Someone else said that.
"Run," he said.
"Crawl into a hole 20 feet deep and disappear."
How do you hide with a stone the size of the Patna around your neck?
How do you end a bad dream?
The dream is not bad and not good.
Not a vice and not a virtue.
The dream exists, like the... Like the Earth, like the sea.
The dream is you.
To end the dream, you must end yourself.
To survive a dream, you must, to the destructive element, submit yourself...
...and fight with hands and feet.
Fight to make the deep, deep sea keep you up, alive.
You must look at yourself as you are.
You must face the truth.
What is the truth?
I've been a so-called coward...
...and a so-called hero.
And there's not the thickness of a sheet of paper between them.
Maybe cowards and heroes are just ordinary men...
...who, for a split second, do something out of the ordinary.
I've never wanted so much to live...
...and I've never been so afraid to die.
I'll get you a new start.
It will be...
You're like a father to me.
...don't save me.
Help me, Papa.
Help me do what I have to do.
We both know what that is.
I don't know why things happened the way they did.
You do something wrong...
...and it begins.
You lie to yourself, and that's wrong.
You try to cover up, and that's wrong.
And once these things get to moving...
...they take their own course...
...and there's no stopping them...
...till they reach their own end.
Just being sorry doesn't change it or make it right.
And it's not even what you do...
...but why you do it.
I guess that's really the eye of the needle.
Maybe... Maybe next time you...
This is my next time.
...with the morning...
...end the dream.
Give yourself another chance.
I had my chance, Papa...
...and I lost.
But if I lose without honor...
...if, at the last moment, I weaken...
...then it's all...
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Lost Skeleton of Cadavra The
Lost Tabula Rasa
Lost World The 2001
Lost World The BBC CD1
Lost World The BBC CD2
Lost World The BBC CD3
Lost in Translation (2003)
Love Actually 2003 CD1
Love Actually 2003 CD2
Love And Basketball (2000)
Love Dont Cost a Thing
Love In Nepal
Love Undercover 2 (2003 HongKong)
Love is Colder Than Death (1969)
Lover Come Back
Loves of a Blonde - Criterion Collection
Loving You Elvis Presley 1957
Lumber Jerks (1955)
Luna Papa (1999) CD1
Luna Papa (1999) CD2
Lundi Matin 2002 CD1
Lundi Matin 2002 CD2
Lunes al sol Los CD1
Lunes al sol Los CD2
Luthiers grandes hitos Les