Mosquito Coast The CD2
Charlie, give me the bag.
I brought for you, present.
Present. Move slowly.
We're the first white men they've seen.
Don't do anything to scare 'em.
Wonderful, mysterious present.
Come here. Come, look. Look.
Wait till you see this.
Have a little patience.
I don't believe this.
This was ice.
Have you got any idea how hard it is to drag ice up from the river?
We go, Father.
Don't blame me.
Have you ever seen ice? Have you ever touched it?
Dad. There's a white man.
There's a white man in there.
Watch me. Watch my back.
Nice place you got here. Nice.
Living close to nature. I like that.
I like that.
My dad's an inventor, and he invented this...
...this big ice machine and it makes ice.
Yeah, big pieces. Keeps it cool.
Ice can be used for a number of things.
Cool your water.
No, it'll keep your food from rotting. Makes a great painkiller.
-It's really cooling. -Keep you cool on a hot summer day.
Ice is civilization.
That's why he came and that's why he's here.
Wonderful being here. Thank you very much.
We'll be back. Come on, guys.
We'll bring you some ice!
-Gracias. -We'll be back.
-Gracias. -More ice!
Don't stop. Don't stop.
What were they doing?
Captured. Three guys, prisoners.
I offered to help spring 'em but they got their own plan.
I told 'em to follow our trail to Jeronimo. They thought we were missionaries.
What is it, Dad?
-I'm so glad you're back. -Spellgood?
Ma Kennywick and the others went with him.
-What happened? -There wasn't anything I could do.
Spellgood was raving. He was talking about hellfire.
-They were so frightened. -Very angry at you, Father.
-They said we were communist. -We're not communists, honey.
Very glad you're here, Father.
It's just jealousy and envy. You build something up and people...
...come along and want to take it away from you.
Who do that?
What? What, Francis?
-Men. -Talk to me. Tell me what's going on.
-Ruckboos, Ruckboos. -Where?
Three Ruckboos. Ruckboos. Three....
-Dad, what's wrong? -I don't know.
Three! Three men. Guns.
I don't see anybody, Francis.
I must have drop these. Easy this time.
Three Ruckboos here.
We didn't think we'd find you.
Where are your Zambus?
Gone. Saw your guns and thought you were soldiers.
I didn't get a chance to tell them you were friendly.
Probably dipping their arrows in poison right now. Huh, Charlie?
Where are you going?
The coast is only a day from here.
I'll make you a map.
You can take the cayuka which is down at the river.
Take it, it's yours. You'd like it there.
We like it here.
I wish there was some place for you to stay, but we're...
...infested with ants.
They're in everything. We've gotta...
...tear everything down, burn it.
I told you to take Maywit's shack down.
Get a crowbar and get.... Don't run, don't run!
Take it down and stack it for burning.
I don't see any ants.
No, of course you don't. If you could see them, you could kill them.
I've got a lot of work to do and I'm not on vacation.
We'll look around.
No, take the cayuka. It's yours. Take it. Go.
We'll look around.
Right, look around.
Look around all you want.
Me no see no ants, Father.
When I make a mistake, I make a good one.
I thought they were prisoners of the lndians.
Are you gentlemen comfortable?
I mean, the reason I ask is, I'm terribly sorry...
...but I'm going to have to ask you to get up.
You see, war on the ants! Total war.
Charlie, bring up the chain saw. All this furniture.
Mother, all these pads and things. These should be boiled.
Get all the fabric up.
Get all this furniture. Excuse me. Hold that for me, will ya?
Take this stuff off. All the furniture.
Excuse me, gentlemen.
Move outta here.
Get the crowbar.
-Do we have to burn every chair, Mom? -Just put it on, Jerry.
-Do we burn Ma Kennywick's chair, too? -Termites, darling, termites.
-She'll be very mad. -I know, she'll be mad.
Everything's gotta go. That's the only way to get rid of them.
Better not let Ma know.
Okay for all these things here?
I can't see them. Maybe they've gone.
They want some food.
Oh, God, are we stuck with them?
Stuck with them?
We're not stuck with anyone.
No one who has the slightest spark...
...has to endure a moment's oppression in this world.
What are we gonna do?
Why do we have to sleep here and not in our hammocks?
Because we've got guests tonight.
Now, you sleep tight, all right, and I'll be in later on. Okay?
Bunkhouse is ready.
Get your stuff together and we'll go.
Well, it's not much.
Just the basic necessities.
But I'm sure you'll be comfortable.
Breakfast, 7:00 a.m. Eggs and bacon all around.
I can't do this alone.
Get your shoes and follow me.
They're sleeping. You've got to climb up to the roof and shove this...
...through the brackets on the access door.
You gotta be very, very quiet.
Can you do it?
I guess so.
You gotta be more sure than that. You could get us all killed.
Can you do it?
Yeah, I can do it.
Don't pity those men, Charlie.
Don't pity this insect. That's not his blood.
That's my blood.
I gave them every chance to leave. If they just lay down, they'll be all right.
They won't feel a thing.
In a few moments they'll be frozen solid.
Why are you making ice this time of night?
Quiet down, Haddy! Everybody back in the house!
-What is it, Mom? -Do what I say! Inside, all of you!
They should lay down. They put a hole in him!
Get back inside! Back!
-Behind the tree! -Get your heads down!
I'm so sorry.
I'm happy. We're free!
She was all I had in the world.
What good is a boat without a river?
The river is there, Father.
It's full of ammonium hydroxide. Contaminated.
If we stay here, we die.
Look, we're here!
-Look, the ocean! -We're here!
I'm going in! I'll race you, Jerry.
Wait for me, Charlie.
My home, that way!
United States, that way!
Let's go home! Let's go home!
Let's go home! Let's go home!
Clover, Apri! Let's go home.
We can go home!
Everything we need is here!
Right here! We can live simply.
I'm a changed man, Mother. No more chemicals or poisons.
If what you want isn't washed up on the beach, you probably don't need it.
We could take that pipanto up the coast to Mosquitia.
We could walk down the beach to Panama.
Or we could walk up the beach to Cape Cod.
Yeah! Let's go to Cape Cod!
Can we go, Dad?
We cannot go back!
Because it's not there anymore.
America's not there anymore.
What are you talking about?
A cataclysm. A blinding flash. The end of that world.
No, darling, that was Jeronimo.
No, no. I'm talking about the United States of America.
Millions of Americans burned to a crisp.
The flesh just melted off their bones.
Why are you doing this to us?
I'm not doing anything. I'm our salvation. I rescued us.
Is America really blown away?
Did they have a nuclear war up there?
No. It's all right, darlings. He's just joking.
It's just a joke.
Me can't take your Omega, Father.
I got no use for it anymore.
You take it. You've been a good friend to us.
But you'd like my place, just down the coast.
They're my family.
If it's on a map, I can't use it.
I knew Father had lied to us about America being blown up.
That lie made me feel lonelier than I had ever felt before.
I wanted to take hold of him...
...to tell him I loved him and would stay and work beside him forever...
...if only he would take back the lie.
Mom, how long are we gonna be here?
Has Hatfield and Mr. Polski and our chickens and all America...
...been blown up?
If it has, then we're the luckiest people on earth, aren't we?
What if it hasn't?
Then we're making a terrible mistake.
Somehow, we found what we needed.
We built a latrine and a hut and planted a vegetable garden.
Father's hut was like a small barge. He took care to make it waterproof...
...tarring its cracks to seal it from the rats and moisture.
He found an old outboard and took the motor apart...
...cleaning it piece by piece.
Father was fond of saying that in the end, Robinson Crusoe went back home.
But we were staying.
It's Mr. Haddy.
Hi, how are you?
Hello, baby, hello.
Haddy, what a surprise.
This is a very different kind of experiment. Very different.
It doesn't look like much at the moment, but...
...we have great plans. You know Allie.
I bring you some turtle meat and some food.
Why? Do I look hungry?
Thanks a lot, Haddy.
That motor don't have no sparks.
I bring you some sparkin' gas the next time.
Don't want it.
How is that?
Because I don't need your charity.
You're too close to the water.
It's over there.
Gonna be up here when rain come.
We gonna get some storm. Gonna cover all over the junk pile there.
Who made that trash pile? Monkeys do that?
Tell us how you lost your watch.
I swapped it for my new boat. A sailboat. You want to see?
I call her Omega like the watch.
She is a pretty thing.
I had that watch 15 years.
It's 3:00, 3:30.
You just gave it away.
I thought you approved of that kind of thing.
Haddy, can't you see? We've got work to do here.
You're in trouble here, Father.
Rain gonna wash the experiment out to sea.
Ma and the kids could come to Brewer's.
Good for the family there.
He's telling me it's too dangerous here.
This savage is telling me--
Don't talk to Mr. Haddy like that.
We live here. Get that?
This is a pioneering effort.
I want to go with Mr. Haddy.
Speak up, Jerry.
I said I wanted to go with Mr. Haddy.
Okay, fine. Drop what you're doing, pack up and get out.
But don't come back. Ever.
Never. That's policy.
See what you've gone and done?
You've got no vision, have you? None at all.
You can't see. This is gonna be a thriving village someday...
...Iiving in harmony with nature. That's my vision.
And anyone without vision has no place here.
He didn't mean it.
I hate him. I wish he was dead.
You won't tell Father I come.
Sparks and gas for Father's outboard.
What will I tell him?
Tell him you found 'em. Don't mention Haddy.
You gonna drown without the outboard.
There gonna be water everywhere. You hear, Charlie?
God be with you.
Charlie, latch the twins to the frame.
Oh, my God!
Don't worry, Mother. It'll float!
Get back inside! I'll get a line to the shore.
-Get inside! -Stay with the kids!
Hold on to me!
Everybody hold together!
We're floating out to sea!
I found them last week.
I've got control!
We could go downstream to Haddy's.
No! Dead things go downstream, Mother.
Life is upstream!
Mother, don't give 'em too much coconut.
Don't know when we'll eat next.
Shear pin's gone. Prop's gone to the bottom. Boys!
Come here with your poles. Get a reference on the shore.
Hold it where we are!
Where is he?
He's been down a long time.
-He's gone. -Jerry, can you see him?
He's somewhere. He has to be somewhere.
Dad, come on.
Well, I don't see him.
Where are you, Dad?
I can't stand this!
We'll be all right. We'll be all right.
We'll be all right.
We can go downstream and find Mr. Haddy.
Jerry's right. Let's go! Let's turn around.
Right, let's get outta here!
As punishment, Jerry and I were towed behind the houseboat.
Father sat at the end of the towline, his back to us.
I hated his shoulders, his greasy hair, the slant of his spine.
I imagined how it would be to stick a knife in it, just below his ragged collar.
Yes, it's punishment. Necessary punishment.
No, it's not. Now you bring those children back onboard!
Are you in charge now, Mother? If you are, just say so.
Can you survive in this jungle? Can you get us out of here?
-lf so, where would you go? -I'd go to Brewer's, to Mr. Haddy's.
And live like a savage?
I'd really rather die.
There's no shame to be the last to go. It just proves my point.
I'm doing this for all of us.
I'm doing this for you.
I wish I could kill him.
He wouldn't be so hard to kill. Sneak up, hit him with a hammer!
Stop talking like that.
You're thinking it, too.
No, I'm not!
You can just stop talking like that.
I wish he were dead!
Be quiet, okay?
Just be quiet.
Beautiful country, eh, Mother?
We could live anywhere around here. Live like kings.
I know what you're thinking. You're thinking it's better upstream.
Are those angels, Mommy?
"Thou has God as thy reward"
They're missionaries! They could help us.
We don't need help!
Look at us!
Well done, choir! Well done!
Welcome in Jeedoof.
We'll see about this!
What will you do?
I'm gonna knock his block off! That's what I'm gonna do!
Barbed wire. A Christian concentration camp.
They have a backboard! They play basketball!
They have real houses.
Look at these toys! Can we play with them?
...you could be here today.
Now, brothers and sisters...
...we all know the story of Gideon...
...how in his hour of darkness...
...he called upon God...
...to help spite his enemies.
Then, he blew his trumpet...
...that was that!
He called on God.
Just as simple as making a telephone call.
Now, I want you...
...to think of prayer as beingjust as simple as making a telephone call.
God? It's Gurney.
I was calling you because....
Look at them. The Maywits.
...the line is cut.
What do you do when the line is cut?
You ring again!
God? It's me again.
Now, I do have a little problem. Well, yeah....
I know you're very busy....
Back to the boat.
Hey, kids. Okay, settle down! We're all tired, okay?
I want to watch TV. I want to watch my show now!
It's me, Charlie Fox and Jerry.
What are you doing here?
We're goin' upriver.
This is weird. My dad said you were hanging out with Zambus...
...and running around nude-o and climbing trees.
What happened to you? You look disgusting!
You got smaller.
Your hair's gross.
Is America okay?
Baltimore's freaky now. They closed Dad's drive-in church.
Was there a war?
Are you nuts or something?
My father said America was blown up. Nobody left but us.
It all went up in flames. That's what he told us.
I thought my dad was weird.
-He was lying to us all the time! -Be quiet!
It's the generator. It happens all the time. It must be out of gas.
It's okay. It's all right. It's okay.
It's okay, really.
Emily, we're in trouble.
Will you help us?
Where have you been?
-Where's Dad? -I thought he was with you.
He lied to us, Mom. America's still there.
-Mother, I'm leaving. -So am l.
-What do you mean? -The Spellgoods have a jeep.
Emily gave me the keys. Let's go.
You mean, leave Dad behind? No!
-Mother, please! -No.
Please, listen to me. This might be your last chance.
Let's get the twins and let's get out of here before he tries to stop us.
No, I can't.
-Please! -Tomorrow'll be too late!
-Please. -I can't.
Father, Father! TV's on fire!
Charlie, get the twins.
Wake up, come on! Wake up!
It's all right, girls. Come on, sweetheart.
It's all right. It's all right. Don't worry. We're just going....
Don't worry. I got some gas.
I guess I must have spilled some.
Start the generators! Get the hoses going!
Charlie, let go of the bowline. We're getting out of here.
We're not going with you.
You're a liar.
-Charlie's got a plan. Listen to him. -Don't you turn against me, Mother.
Allie, you're killing us!
You've always been against me. You're no better than these kids!
-Come on. -No.
Come on, let's get off the boat.
It's all right.
It's all right, my darling.
It's all right.
Gurney, we got the pump on!
You see what that says over that door? It says, "Hallelujah! "
How am I doing, Son?
I can't move. Just my head.
You'll get better.
Man sprang from a faulty world, Charlie.
It's a bad design, the human body.
The skin's not thick enough. Too little hair, no claws or fangs.
We weren't meant to stand upright.
It exposes our heart and genitals.
Should be on all fours.
Hairier with tails.
Look at me. Yes, sir.
I'm going to be on all fours from now on.
I don't want Dad to die.
I know that. I know.
I wanted right angles...
You cut yourself opening a can of tuna and you die.
Are we still going upriver, Mother?
Once I had believed in Father...
...and the world had seemed small and old.
Now he was gone and I wasn't afraid to love him anymore.
And the world seemed limitless.
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