For heroism above|and beyond the call of duty...
for successfully infiltrating|the enemy's ranks...
and securing victory|independently...
with cunning and honor...
Captain John Boyd.
You're no hero, Boyd.
I want you as far|from my company as possible.
I'm sending you to California--
Please, gentlemen, quickly.
I want all of that in|the largest office on the left.
Careful. Don't scratch it.
Come, come, come, |come, come, please.
Aah! Lieutenant Boyd!
Help me, Boyd!
Captain John Boyd.
War hero, huh?
So, the brass|decided to reward you...
with a little appointment|to the California sun?
Have a walnut, Boyd.
Martha brought them in|fresh from San Miguel.
This is my hobby...
reading in|the original languages...
Well, you know, |languages in general.
It's tedious, I know...
but, then, |this place thrives on tedium.
you have a hobby, Boyd?
I hope you don't mind|hard water.
Uh, the Spanish built|this place as a mission.
We inherited her.
Now we're a way station...
for western travelers on|their way through the Nevadas.
We don't get much traffic...
through these parts|in the winter...
so we maintain|only a skeleton company...
that consists|of Private Toffler...
who's our personal emissary|from the Lord...
Major Knox, who never met|a bottle he didn't like...
Private Reich--|he's our soldier.
I'd steer clear of him.
And Martha you've met.
Bet you didn't get|a word out of her.
And George, her brother.
They're both locals--|sort of came with the place.
And then there's|Private Cleaves.
The over medicated|Private Cleaves.
And you and I make eight.
Knox used to be a veterinarian, |so he plays doctor.
My advice to you|is don't get sick.
I'd tell you don't eat, |but then most of us have to.
So, with your promotion...
you'd be number three|in command.
O heavenly Father, |bless this to our use, and--
So, did anyone|do anything today?
We have a great sense|of camaraderie...
here at Fort Spencer.
How did you get|behind the enemy line?
I froze. I was scared.
You froze while the rest|of your unit fought and died?
What did you do then?
I played dead.
But you made it|behind enemy lines.
I was buried...
with my commanding officer's...
half-shot-off head in my face...
his blood|running down my throat.
So, how did you|take the command post?
We're going to|promote you, Boyd.
We could shoot you...
but as you single-handedly|captured the enemy command...
it might set a bad precedent.
Last-minute addition|to the post.
All right, Cleaves.|Let's hear it.
Salt, meat, beans...
All right.|I want you back in three days.
No loco weed...
Martha, keep him out of trouble.
OK. Nice trip.
All right, come on.
I'm going to get up...
some salt, meat, beans...
Loco weed, and women.
-No women.|-I can't get a woman?
Wish you were along|for the ride?
What did you get the medal for?
Uh...Knox has got|some excellent bourbon.
It's really fine stuff.
And he just passed out about...|a minute ago.
So, uh...wondering|if you'd like to...
He won't mind?
in one form or another.
-Uh-huh?|-What are you doing?
Oh, um, it's a religious hymn.
I'm writing a religious hymn.
Well, could you find some|inspiration somewhere else?
And could you get us some ice?
We escape the world...
we come here...
and then we turn right around|and try to escape this place.
Frightening thing|about escape, though--
The chance you might end up|someplace worse.
Reich, go that way.
Who are you?
-He's alive.|-Jesus Christ.
Just barely.|Let's get him inside.
Uh, we need hot water.
Uh, George, Toffler, hot water!
Lots and lots of hot water!
Reich, try to rouse Knox.|Let's get these rags off.
Let's see if we can|get his blood moving.
Toffler, more water!
I think he'll live.
Easy, easy, easy.
Well, he's warm.
Frostbite didn't seem|to do much damage.
I guess the only thing|we can do is let him rest.
Toffler, your duty.
Each one of these|is about one-point-five miles.
Takes about three days|actually, because...
-Mm-hmm!|-Yes? He's up.
He's up. Let's go.
Major Knox? Doc? Doc?
Doc, he's awake.
The man who showed up|last night.
He's going to tell us what...
He's going to tell us|what happened.
Where am I?
Fort Spencer, California.
Western Sierra Nevadas.
My name is Colqhoun.
F.W. Colqhoun, servant of God.
How are you feeling, |Mr. Colqhoun?
Not bad, considering.
I probably look like death.
How long were you out there?
Toffler, help him.
You should have seen me|three months ago.
I was thirty pounds heavier.
I'm sorry, but you did|say no food for three months.
I said no food. I didn't say|there was nothing to eat.
Do you understand?
Do you understand?
I suppose I owe you gentlemen|a story.
Only if you feel up to it.
We left in April.
Six of us in all.
Mr. MacCready and his wife|from Ireland.
Mr. Janusfrom Virginia, |I believe...
with his servant, Jones.
Myself--I'm from Scotland.
And our guide...
a military man, coincidentally.|Colonel Ives.
I don't think I know him.
The better for you.
A detestable man...
and a most disastrous guide.
He professed to know...
a new, shorter route|through the Nevadas.
Quite a route that was.
Longer than the known one...
and impossible to travel.
Get up there! Get on!
We worked...very, very hard.
By the time|of the first snowfall...
we were still a hundred miles|from this place.
That was November.
Proceeding in the snow|was futile.
We took shelter in a cave.
We decided to wait|until the storm had passed.
But the storm did not pass.
The trail soon|became impassable...
and we had run out of food.
We ate the oxen...
all the horses...
even my own dog.
And that lasted us|about a month.
After that, |we turned to our belts...
any roots we could dig up...
but you know there's no real|nourishment in those.
We remained famished.
The day that Jones died...
I was out collecting wood.
He had expired|from malnourishment.
And when I returned...
the others were cooking|his legs for dinner.
Would I have stopped it|had I been there?
I don't know.
But I must say...
when I stepped|inside that cave...
the smell of meat cooking...
I thanked the Lord.
I thanked the Lord.
And then things got out of hand.
I ate sparingly.
Others did not.
The meat did not last us|a week...
and we were soon hungry again.
Only this time, |our hunger was different.
And Colonel Ives, particularly, |could not be satisfied.
Janus was the first|to be killed.
Then Mr. MacCready.
That left Colonel Ives...
MacCready's wife, and I alone...
and I knew in that company|that my days were numbered.
I'm ashamed to say that I acted|in a most cowardly manner.
It would have been nobler, |I know...
to have stayed and protected|Mrs. MacCready from Ives, but...
I was weak.
It was nothing less than pure|providence that I arrived here.
is she still there?
And Colonel Ives, |as far as I know.
Let's pack up.|We've got to go up there.
We've got to go. It's our job.
-Why go?|-It's our job!
Reich has got his own rifle.
I've got my pistol.
I think the cave's three|or four days' march from here.
What is it, George?
It's an old|Indian myth from the north.
A man eats another's flesh.
It's usually an enemy.
And he, um, takes...
his strength, essence, |his spirit.
And his hunger becomes craven...
And the more he eats, |the more he wants to.
The more he eats, |the stronger he becomes.
George, people don't still|do that, do they?
White man eats the body|of Jesus Christ every Sunday.
Major Knox, we're leaving now.
You're going to be in charge|until I return.
Here's the key to the arsenal.
Martha and Cleaves will be back|in a few days.
Too much bourbon in his bourbon.
Will he be all right?
Yeah, he'll be fine.
I'm coming with you.
I must come with you.
You don't stand a chance|of finding her without me.
Well, you're right.
You're a good man. Thank you.
Oh, thank you, thank you.
I need that.
Where's my other glasses?
What great reward
A loy--a loyal ser-servant
Who entrusts in you
Your faith so fervent
Wow, it's brilliant out here.
Watch out there.
You--you said|that when you ate the man--
Do--do you mind if I ask?
You said that afterwards|your hunger was different...
that you felt want on.
Did you feel at all|physically changed?
I seem to remember|something like that.
Why do you ask?
Look, look, look! Look! Hey!
It's a bone!
It's a bone.
No, no, no!
He's all right!
Are you? You all right?
I would very much appreciate|some of that bourbon now.
Would you administer|some of this to Toffler?
War hero, |afraid of the sight of blood?
War hero, |afraid of the sight of blood?
What? What? What?
What is it? What is it?
What is it? What is it?
Wake up! Wake up!
What's the matter?
Wake up, wake up.
Are you all right?|You all right?
He was licking me.
-What?|-He was--he was licking me.
He was licking me!
Reich, |rebandage Toffler's wounds.
-Yes?|-You come outside.
Outside! You sleep outside!
Boyd, you, too.
-Stay there.|-Sick man outside!
-Colonel Hart, I can explain.|-Explain!
It's not what you think.
I--I was having a nightmare.
I was having a nightmare.
That young man screamed, |I awoke, I was on top of him...
my lips were on his wound.
Oh, Jesus Christ, I'm sorry.
Please, restrain me.|Restrain me, Colonel Hart.
I can't be trusted.|Please. I insist.
I take it that's the cave.
George, come on.
Flank on the left.
No, please! No, no!
Please, I don't want to go!|Please!
They'll kill me!
Please, please.|They're going to kill me.
Reich, break out the lantern.
George, Toffler, |stand guard where you are.
You're going to have|to go in with Reich.
I'm sorry, but I need|an officer in there.
Just stay the hell|out of my way, all right?
She's not here, |we go back, right, Colonel?
We go back?
We go all the way back.
What are you doing?
Oh, I'm sorry.
After you, Captain.
He's spooking me.
Reich, the colonel's calling us.
One, two, three, four, five.
How many did he say|was in the party? Six, right?
Ives. Oh, Jesus.
It's a trap!
He killed everyone.
Colqhoun killed everyone!
That's so annoying!
Run, run, run.
Oh, Jesus Christ.
He got George.
There he is. Let's go, come on.
Go. Get him.
You can't help him!
He's dead, soldier!|Now let's move!
Let's go kill that bastard.
Come on, move!
I'm going to go back.
I'm going to go back.
Get away from me.
Get away from me!
You cold, Reich?
Mind if I take your coat?
What do you think, Major?
Should we stay here?
Ort-take the hill?
I need you to tell me|what to do.
I need you to tell me|what to do.
Tell me what to do.
God damn you.|God damn you, you're dead.
You're safe now.
You're safe now.
Martha, Knox, it's Boyd!
All right now, hold on there.
Martha, I need to talk to you.
I need to--Weendigo.
I need to know how to stop it.
I need you to help me.
I'm sorry about your brother...
but I did--
I did not kill him.
I did not kill him.
Martha, how do you st--
How do you stop it?
You ever give yourself?
Must eat more, more--|never enough.
Never, never gives.
You stop weendigo...
you give yourself.
You must die.
There's no sign of anyone.
No sign of a sign of anyone--
not Colonel Hart's rescue party, |not the original party.
You found the cave?
There's nothing in there!
There's nothing inside.
There's no blood tracks...
no rope, no bodies.
You don't believe me, sir?
We have four missing soldiers, |Captain, and no bodies.
We need a supportable|explanation.
Now, your story, this...
is the stuff of campfires.
Would you stop squirming, |Lindus?
I know I mispronounced it.|I'm making a point.
My point is, Captain, |we need facts, not myths.
I told you the facts, sir.
Boyd, if you altered|your story now...
it wouldn't be perceived|as retracting a lie...
only...clarifying, um, |a muddled recollection.
The day that we spoke to you...
you were out of your head|with fever.
I was coherent then, |I'm coherent now, sir...
and I distinctly remember--
Perhaps up there|in the wilderness...
you got separated|from your company.
That's why I'm giving you|this second opportunity.
I advise that...
you change your story, Boyd.
A pleasure to meet you, sir.
Why don't we go inside?
-Yes?|-The colonel's here.
Thank you, Lindus.
We've brought in|an interim commanding officer...
until we can appoint a permanent|replacement for Colonel Hart.
Captain, this is Colonel Ives.|Colonel, Captain Boyd.
How's the leg?
Let's step outside.
Now, what is the matter|with you, Captain Boyd?
-It's him, sir.|-It's who?
-It's him, sir.|-Who is?
He's Colqhoun, sir.
Colonel Ives is?
He's the one that--|that killed them all, sir.
Are you mad?
Have Major Knox look at him.|Sir, Major Knox was here.
Have Major Knox|look at him, sir.
-Major Knox.|-Major Knox.
He doesn't look|familiar to me, sir.
I do remember|the man wore a beard.
But, as I was saying, sir...
I was feeling|a bit ill that day.
-You were drunk.|-Captain, please.
Boyd, you say you fired|on this Colqhoun...
struck him in the shoulder.
Well, that would leave a wound, |now, wouldn't it, General?
I presume so.|Well, why don't we check, hmm?
Would you humor me a moment?
Of course, sir.
Would you take off your shirt, |please...
and show me your shoulder, |please, Colonel?
Well, I, uh...
My last physical|examination was...
was not that long ago.
Surely Major Knox has no desire|to hear me cough.
The other shoulder, |please, Colonel.
Thank you, Colonel.
Not at all.
-Is there a problem?|-Not with you, Colonel.
General, we should leave now|in order to avoid the storm.
Boyd told the general|Colonel Ives killed everyone.
He said Colonel Ives|was the man responsible.
Boyd gone loco.
I think he's the reason|nobody come back.
I have to warn you.
Consider yourselves warned.
Do you need this?
You're not an eater|of ribs, Colonel Ives?
No, no, Major. I, uh...
can never forget|it used to be an animal.
What about you, Captain Boyd?|You don't eat meat?
Oh, no, he won't.
Only as a last resort.
That's a pity.
It appears a number of us|could use some rest.
Go on to bed, Boyd.
I found your Private Reich|out there...
or what was left of him.|You didn't finish.
Well, I can't blame you.|He was tough.
a good soldier ought to be.
You know, not that long ago, |I couldn't do that.
Could barely take a breath|without coughing up blood.
That, along with...
I was in pretty horrible shape.
I was on my way|to a sanatorium to convalesce...
more likely to die...
when en route, this Indian scout|told me a curious story.
A man eats the flesh|of another...
he steals his strength.
He absorbs|the other man's spirit.
I just had to try.
Consequently, |I ate the scout first...
and, you know, |he was absolutely right.
Later, through circumstance...
my wagon train grew lost|in the Rockies.
-I've heard this story before.|-Mmm.
I ate five men in three months.
as did the black thoughts.
I reached Denver that spring|feeling...happy.
Did you eat her, too?
Well, as a matter of fact--
Here I am, one year later...
feeling more alive|than ever before.
And that's what surprises me|about you, Boyd.
You've tasted it...
felt its power.
Yet, you're resisting.
Because it's wrong.
the last bastion...
of a coward.
Well, I'm sorry.
I'm sorry. Did I offend you?
You remember this?
You smell it?
Scent always jogs the memory, |don't you think?
You remember the energy...
the potency of someone else|coursing through your veins...
You know the disappointment|as it dissipates...
the strength...|slipping from your grasp...
the growing, killing need|to replenish.
But I don't have|to remind you of that.
You're feeling it right now.
I am going to kill you.
He die, you die.
What in heck|is going on out here?
I was on my way to|the latrine. Boyd attacked me.
He's a liar!
Boyd, I'm putting you|under arrest.
Martha, go wake up Cleaves.|Put Boyd under arrest.
You find Cleaves?
-You check around outside?|-No.
Well, |check around outside, woman!
All the horses...dead!
Oh, good gracious.
That was for Cleaves...
and this is for my horse.
Colonel Ives and I|have agreed...
Boyd'll be moved to a military|prison as soon as possible.
One of us must travel|to San Miguel by foot...
to get General Slauson.
Safe travel to you, Martha.
Talk to me. I'd like|to know you're still alive.
Be quiet, Boyd.
My sword is missing.
I'm sorry, Major?
My sword--in the parlor, |above the fire.
I haven't seen it.
What are you cooking?
You need any help?
No, no, though...
perhaps later, you might...
You let me know.
When did you do it, Ives?
Do what, Captain?
Kill Cleaves and the horses.
I was watching you|the whole time.
You be quiet about Cleaves|and the horses, Boyd!
You hear me?
Or I will put you out again.
Well, how'd that door come open?
That'll do it.
I hated doing that.
I told you my regimen had|certain curative powers, Boyd.
Get him up and around.
Leg still hurt?|Doesn't have to, you know.
You killed Cleaves...
and the horses.
What happened to you?
I thought I was dead.
I remember feeling panic|as my life slipped away.
It was like drowning|in darkness...
and then...there was nothing.
And then I woke up...
and Ives was feeding me.
By the time|I regained my senses...
there was no turning back.
I feel terrific.
So, you're going to kill me?
It's lonely being a cannibal.
Tough making friends.
No, I like you, Boyd.
We, uh, want to bring you|into the fold.
You got to eat.
I'm afraid Major Knox's|penchant for bourbon...
didn't leave him in the pink.
You take over.
You know, come April...
it'll all start again.
Thousands of gold-hungry|Americans...
will travel|over those mountains...
on their way to new lives...
We won't kill...
we don't want|to break up families.
People are not stupid, Ives.
You'll get caught.
Well, if it's just|the two of us...
jolly old Hart and I.
You see, |that's why we need others.
You, for one.
Of course, we've no wish|to recruit everyone.
We've enough mouths to feed, |as it is.
We just need a home.
And this country...
is seeking to be whole.
Stretching out its arms...
and consuming all it can.
And we merely follow.
You know, it's not courage|to resist me, Boyd.
It's courage to accept me.
I mean, |you're already one of us.
You hunger for it.
You just won't|resign yourself to it.
It's not so difficult, really...
It's easy, actually.
It's all right, it's not fatal.
Not if you take|the necessary precautions.
Stew a la Major Knox.
This will fix you up.
The old souse was a lot stronger|than he looked.
A couple of doses of this...
you'll be right as rain|and twice as strong.
Isn't this civilized?
Ben Franklin once said...
"Eat to live...
don't live to eat."
It's an easy decision, Boyd.
You can either famine or feast.
Live or die.
Here, chickie, chickie, chickie.
Run away!|Run for your lives!
The general's coming, |remember?
Well, you're up.
"Waste not, want not."
How's the wound?
Oh, right as rain.
So it is.
I could use some fresh air.
Are you to be trusted?
Of course not.
All my books are gone.
I'll miss them.|Plato, Aristotle.
For two millennia, struggling|with the nature of man...
the ideal society...
Boil it down...
it's the same issues...
we can't solve today--
happiness and how to achieve it.
Aristotle sought truth, |Colonel, not happiness.
I led my whole life|according to what...
I thought was right and true, |and look where it got me--
Come on, General.
You have to let me go now, sir.
You know I can't do that.
We are not alone.
There's nowhere to go.
I'm still having nightmares.
Oh, no, no.
Reich, Cleaves, Knox.
No! I don't want to hear this!
-There's no turning back now!|-I know that, sir.
Don't you understand?
All you have to do is kill!
You have to kill to live!
You have to kill!
There we are.
Breakfast, lunch, |reinforcements.
I'm going to kill him.
Take the knife.
You have to do me a favor|before you go.
You have to kill me.
I can't live like this anymore.
if you die first...
I am definitely|going to eat you.
The question is...
if I die...
what are you going to do?
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Rusians Are Coming The Rusians Are Coming The CD1
Rusians Are Coming The Rusians Are Coming The CD2
Russian Ark (Aleksandr Sokurov 2002)