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[BellRinging]
- But Professor-- - No. The answers are all there in the test.
[ Chattering ]
Aren'tyou forgetting something?
I know. It's something to do with the third differential coeffiicient.
- Not that, Tonight, - What?
Emma?
- What time is it? - Almost5..00,
Oh, God.
[Man]Myproposalforutilizing solarpower, rejected,
Myconcepts forharnessing micro-energy waves, rejected,
The deansuggests that Ifocus onsomething that mightactuallyhelpmankind,
Likehisstudyon thebenefiits oftobacco consumption,
[Man #2]Alex, theproblem is yourideasareabit too,,, radical,
[ Alex ] The problem is with the faculty. They're dinosaurs.
They're already extinct; theyjust don't know it.
They'll be discovered by some future archaeologist, and he won't know what to make ofthem.
Their dim little eyes, devoidofanycuriosity--
Alex, it's your fiirstyear as associate professor.
You might want to play things a little more conservatively.
You soundjust like my father.
Look at them, Philby. All alike. All in identical bowler hats.
Doyou wantyour students to turn out like that?
I want my students prepared for the realities ofthe world they're about to greet.
Well, I don't. I want them to run along this street and knock offevery bowler they see.
Mrs. Watchit!
Oh, huzzah, the master's home.
- Did you get it? - Hello, Mr. Philby.
Hello, Mrs. Watchit. You're looking in the pink.
Must be all the exercise I get scampering up and down these stairs like a wee lad.
- Don't torture me. Did you get it? - I got it.
- Good. Let me see. - But don'tyou think for one moment...
I'm going to letyou go out in that fiilthyjacket.
Now, go in there and change.
And you've got another letter from that annoying little man.
[Alex] Well, goahead, Switchiton,
- [ Whirring ] - It'llhelppeoplekeep theirteeth wellinto their40s,
- You might think about having that cleaned. - Oh, whohas the time?
- Howdidyouknow with Molly? - Know what?
- You were meant to be together. - She made the best shepherd's pie I ever tasted.
Don'tyou have a single romantic bone in your body?
No. I'm all bowler hat.
[ Dings, Buzzes ]
Why doyou wasteyour time on that crackpot?
Because he has some very interesting ideas.
A professor at Columbia should not be corresponding with a crazy German bookkeeper.
He's a patent clerk, not a bookkeeper.
I think Mr. Einstein deserves all the support I can give him.
[ Sighs ] I wonder ifwe'll ever go too far?
- With what? - With this.
With all ofthis.
No such thing.
All right. How do I look?
Practically decent. Really, Alex. Good luck tonight.
She's a fiine girl. She's done wonderful things foryou.
Don't worry. You still have that alluring smell ofchalk.
Oh, gotta hurry.
Now, that's more like it. You look a proper gentleman for once.
Well, you better hope so. If Emma turns me down, you'll be next.
- Oh, I'm already swooning. - [ Clears Throat ]
All right. Wish me luck.
Thankyou.
[ Woman ] Fresh flowers. Fresh flowers.
- Have some flowers, sir. - Not tonight, thanks.
No. I promised her flowers.
[EngineSputtering]
Spectacular.
Spectacularwaste ofmoney. Damn thing's always breaking down.
-[Driver]Doyouneedalift? -Yes, yes.
- How doyou keep the water temperature stable? - There's a cantilevered gasket...
- on the fuel regulator-- - [ Revs ]
Oh, God. Uh-- [ Blows Raspberry]
Much obliged. I'm always forgetting the damn brake.
Hop in. I'll giveyou a perambulation before it breaks down again.
Oh, uh, I'm afraid I have a prior engagement.
Well, another time then. We perambulate here most every night.
Certainly.
- [ Sputtering ] - [Man]Getahorse!
Yes.
[Woman] Alexander?
[ Giggling ]
- Oh! Whoa. - [ Laughing ]
- You're late, Professor. - I got here as soon as I could.
Well, they say it's all the rage in Paris. But I just picked it up--
- Five dollars at Macy's. Silly, isn't it? - Very silly. I like it.
Well, where are they?
- What? - The flowers.
You promised me flowers tonight. Don'tyou even remember?
Oh, I'm sorry. I-- Well, I was distracted.
Well, there's something new.
- Uh, Emma, I need to talk toyou. - [ Chuckling ]
[ Exhales ]
-Oh, uh, shall we walk through the park? -Yes.
Professor, you're shivering. I hope you're not coming down with something.
Well, I'm afraid I am.
I'm not sleeping verywell, and even when I'm awake, I'm not much use.
I can't eat or think or do much ofanything anymore.
And the worst part is, I don't know that I'll ever be well.
I think there's only one remedy, and that's foryou to marry me...
- and spend the rest ofyour life with me. - [ Gasps ]
Oh, Emma, I know it's right. I know we're meant to be together.
It's the only thing in my entire life I've never had to think about.
Oh, Alex.
Uh-Uh, wait. I have something foryou.
[ Emma Chuckles ] You know, the moment is rather dying here.
I-I know. Hold on. Oh.
- I know it's not a diamond. - A moonstone.
Well, it's your birthstone. I thought--
You thought right.
[ Sighs, Giggles ]
[Man] Ijustmightcry,
I couldn't help but overhear.
Two fiineyoung people starting out on the road oflife.
- [ Chuckling ] - I wish you the very best.
- Well, thankyou. - And as much as I hate to do this--
moved as I am byyour... protestations oflove--
I'll be needing your money now.
- Sir? - And yourjewelry too.
I guess we could call this your fiirst little bump on the road to marital bliss.
- I don't understand-- - Don't make a scene. There's no cause for that.
-Just give meyourwallet, will you? - Hmm?
Did you hear me, lad?
Uh, all right, all right. Here. That's everything.
And yourwatch.
And the gloves.
- And the ring. - No.
I'm afraid so, darling.
- And maybe he'll buyyou a diamond now. - Please, please. Not that.
Don't! [ Crying ]
[ Panting ]
Why did you do that? It's only a ring.
[ Gasping ]
Emma?
Emma?
Oh! [ Sobbing ]
[Knocking]
- [Knocking Continues] - What?
Oh. Oh, sir, Mr. Philby's here.
- Here? - Yes, sir, He insistedon coming--
- Tellhim togoaway, I'm busy, - I won't go away, Alex.
My God. What's happened toyou?
I've been-- I've been working.
You remember that? You used to care aboutyourwork.
I care more about my life. And yours.
I came by the house every day after the funeral...
and everyweek and every other month.
Then I stopped coming. Did you even notice?
- It hurt me, Alex... very much. - Then why areyou here now?
- There are some things I have to sayyou may not like hearing-- - I know. I know.
You're concerned. I know. I hear it from Mrs. Watchit every day.
But really... I need you to go.
- I won't leave. Not with you hiding down here. - I'm not hiding.
You know that's what it is. Mrs. Watchit says you're in here all hours-- day and night.
Alex, will you please stand still and look at me!
It wasn'tyour fault.
No. It wasn't my fault.
Maybe we should blame Mrs. Watchit for picking up the ring from thejeweler.
Or thejeweler for making it.
Or the poor bastard who tore the stone from the earth.
Maybe I should blameyou for introducing me to Emma in the fiirst place. Yes.
Alexander, nothing will ever change what happened.
No, you're wrong, because I will change it.
David, I appreciate your concern. I do.
But I askyou to have faith in me.
Well, I-I want to have faith in you, Alex, but--
Wha-- What are-- What areyou doing here?
I'll tell you what. Why don'tyou come by for dinner in a week, and I'll showyou?
- Why don'tyou come home with me now? Molly-- - Did you not hear me, David?
I can't leave when I'm so close.
All right. We'll continue this conversation in a week.
In a week, we'll never even have had this conversation.
[Hissing]
[Hissing Increases]
[ Whirring ]
[ Distorted Ticking ]
[ Rapid Ticking ]
[LoudBoom, Fades]
Ah. Thankyou, my good man.
[ Chattering ]
You're early. That's a fiirst.
I wanted to seeyou.
Well, where are they?
- What? - The flowers.
You promised me flowers tonight. Don'tyou even remember?
[ Murmuring Disapprovingly]
You never cease to surprise me.
Emma, I need to talk toyou.
- Shall we walk through the park? - No!
No,
No. Let's go into the city.
- Alex, what is it? - Nothing. Let'sjust hurry.
Running along is all verywell foryou. You're not wearing a corset.
[ Panting ]
-Bleecker Street, and be quick about it. -[Horse Whinnies]
Nowyou're all gallant.
Professor, you're shivering. I hope you're not coming down with something.
No, no. I'm fiine.
I'm wonderful. I'm walking down the street with you again.
But we took a walk three days ago.
Well, not like this. Never like this.
- Heavens, look at that car. - Oh, I've seen it.
Now I knowyou're ill. You're passing up the chance to explore some new gadget.
- It's only a machine. - Alexander, tell me what's going on.
- Is something wrong? - No.
No. Emma, listen to me.
I need to leaveyou now, but I wantyou to go straight home and stay there.
I promiseyou I'll come by sometime later tonight, and I won't make any sense.
I'll be all upset thatyou didn't meet me in the park, butyou must trust me.
Everything will be all right.
Just know how much I loveyou, how much I'll always loveyou.
All right. [ Clears Throat ]
But fiirst, where are my flowers?
- Flowers it is. - [ Giggles ]
Wait right there. Don't move.
- [ Horse Snorts ] - [RegisterDings]
- Oh, can I helpyou, sir? - Yes, a dozen roses. White.
- No, no. Red. - [Man]Look out!
[EmmaScreams]
[ People Murmuring ]
- Easy. Easy. - [ Both Grunting ]
I'm looking for Professor Hartdegen.
Alex, I'm-- I'm so sorry.
- This was not supposed to happen. - Ofcourse not.
- I know there's nothing I can say. - We were out ofthe park, Philby.
We were safe.
Why can't I change it?
I could come back a thousand times.
See her die a thousand ways.
I don't-- I don't understand.
I can't fiind the answer here.
Not here.
Not now.
[Hissing]
[ Whirring ]
[Engine Revs]
[Engine RevvingDown]
[ Announcer, Distorted ] The future is now.
Certain restrictions apply. Blackout periods on availability subject to change.
- Forfull details, contact lunarleisureliving,com, - [ Hissing ]
Hi, friends, Thelatestupdate from LunarLeisure Living,
Our engineers are currently preparing for the fiirst 20-megaton detonation...
to create the subterranean living chambers for Lunar Leisure Living.
Imagine fiishing in our fully-stocked Sea ofTranquility,
golfiing on our championship course, home ofthe Neil Armstrong Open.
Fifteen-hundred-yard drives? Whoa-ho, no problem!
At one-sixth Earth's gravity, you're guaranteed to get back on the dance floor.
So contactLunarLeisure Living todayto reserveyourown littlepiece ofheaven,
because the future is now.
Certain restrictions apply, Blackoutperiods onavailability subject to change,
Forfull details, contact lunarleisureliving,com,
- Hey. - Hello.
Nice suit.
Very retro.
Thankyou.
Bet thatmakes ahellofa cappuccino,
That thing.
I'll seeyou.
Hi, friends. The latest update from Lunar Leisure Living.
Our engineers are currently preparing for the fiirst 20-megaton detonation...
to create thesubterraneanliving chambers forLunarLeisure Living,
- [Clapping] - [Woman]Allright, Attention, everyone,
Class 23, could we gather, please? Our next stop is Antiquities.
Please make sure thatyour microscans are charged for download.
- Two by two. Let's look lively. Two by two. - [Boy]Stop!Quit!
Tommy, ifyou do that again, I will resequenceyour D.N.A., so help me! Now, march.
March, march, Two bytwo, please, Looklively,
Welcome to Vox System, HowmayIhelpyou?
I didn't seeyou there.
I always seem to have that effect. How may I helpyou, sir?
- What is that thing? - That is my photonic memory core,
or P.M.C., as we say in the trade.
Over here, sir.
What areyou?
I'm the Fifth Avenue Public Library information unit, Vox registration NY-1 1 4.
HowmayIhelpyou?
- A stereopticon ofsome sort. - Stereopticon?Oh, no, sir,
I am a third-generation, fusion-powered photonic,
with verbal and visual link capabilities connected to every database...
on theplanet,
Photonic?
A compendium ofall human knowledge.
- Oh. - Area ofinquiry?
- Doyou know anything about physics? - Ah, accessing physics.
Mechanical engineering.
Dimensional optics. Chronography.
Temporal causality, temporal paradox.
- Time travel? - Yes.
Accessing science fiiction.
No, no. Practical application. My question is why can't one change the past?
Because one cannot travel into the past.
- Wh-What ifone could? - One cannot.
Excuse me, this is something you should trust me on.
Accessing the writings ofIsaac Asimov, H.G. Wells,
Harlan Ellison, Alexander Hartdegen--
- Tell me about him. - AlexanderHartdegen, 1869 to 1903,
American scientist given to eccentric postulation.
Found writings include treatise on the creation ofa time machine.
- Tell me about the time machine. - Time Machine was written by H.G. Wells in 1 894.
It was a motion picture by George Pal and a stage musical byAndrew Lloyd Webber--
- That's not what I mean. - Would you like to hear selections from the score?
- No. - ¶There's a place called tomorrow ¶
¶A place ofjoy not ofsorrow ¶
¶ Can'tyou see it's a place foryou and-- ¶
Thankyou. That's quite enough.
Will there be anything else?
Uh, no. No, I think I'll have better luck in a few hundred years.
Live long and prosper.
[ Machine Whirring ]
[Woman On Radio, Indistinct]
Sir, where is your designated evacuation center?
[ Man #2 ] Sir, you are subject to arrest under martial law--
[ Man #1 ] Please putyour hands out, palms together.
You will be held in detention until your evacuation center clears you for transport.
- [ Alex ] Wait, wait! -Just take it easy.
- Hey, wegot togetoutofhere! - Wait. How did this happen?
The moon. Come on. Move it.
- [Alex] That's impossible, Whathappened? - You been living under a rock?
Yes, I've been living under a rock. Now, tell me.
[Sirens In Distance]
The demolitions for the lunar colonies screwed up the orbit, okay?
The moon's breaking up. All right? Come on.
- Hey! Forget him! Come on! - [Explosion]
[ Machine Whirring ]
[Engine Revs Down]
[WaterLightlySplashing]
Emma?
[ Speaking Foreign Language ]
[ChildSpeaking Foreign Language]
Shh!
[ Speaking Foreign Language ]
[ Hisses ]
[ Groans Softly]
[ Clears Throat ] Hello?
Hello.
- Don't be afraid. - [ Speaking Foreign Language ]
Oh, wait. Don't-- Don't go.
[ Groans ]
[ Grunting ]
[ Gasps ]
Wait. I just want to talk toyou.
[ Calling Out ]
[ManShouting In Foreign Language]
[WomanShouting In Foreign Language]
- Hello. - [ Foreign Language ]
Oh, I'm sorry. I don't understand you.
- Doyou know mywords? - Yes.
- [ Foreign Language ] - [ Foreign Language ]
[ Murmuring ]
The lex, The stone language.
The stone language? But doyou understand me? Doyou understand me?
[Woman] Wealllearnit when we'reyoung,
They tor'jen, Forget. They forget it.
- ButI teach, - [ Foreign Language ]
- [ Arguing ] - [ManShouting]
- What is he saying? - They're trying to decide ifwe should throwyou in the river.
Tell me quickly, and tell me the truth. Where doyou come from?
Well, actually, I'm from here. Uh,just not from now.
You see, I built a machine that allows me to travel through time.
I'm from the past.
Oh.
[ Speaking Foreign Language ]
I told them you hityour head...
and you are a wandering idiot.
[Horn Blowing]
- What areyou doing? - Getting ready for the mor,
- The night. - Oh. I'll come with you.
- [Alex]Eloi? - [Woman] Whatareyourpeoplenamed?
Well, I-I guess you'd call us New Yorkers.
New Yorkers. Are they friendly?
Until you talk to them. [ Chuckles ]
- Tell me aboutyourvillage. - It's a very busy place.
Everyone seems to be in a hurry. And they all wear identical bowler hats.
Little black round things on their heads.
- What doyou do there? - Well, I was a teacher like Mara.
- AndImake things, - [Boy]Mealso,
I made a sess'quin'tan with my father. We still use it.
A sess'quin'tan?
Mara, der'enjen'wenlen?
Sess'quin'tan, Steps ofrope.
Oh, a rope ladder.
We can make one. I will teach you.
[Mara Speaking Eloi]
Will you tell me more lon'el on the next day?
Tomorrow? Yes, I will.
Why don'tyou take care ofthis for me tonight?
- [ Mara Speaking Eloi ] - Thankyou.
- Good night. - Good night.
Kalen will tireyou ifyou let him. He's always been questioning.
Our parents were fiirm, but it is his way.
- Where areyour parents? - They've gone from this place.
Oh, I'm sorry.
[ Alex Thinking ] You were right, Philby. I did go too far.
Sit with me.
Mara, why doyou pull the boats up at night?
Afraid they'll be stolen?
Stolen? I do not know that word.
Well, areyou afraid that someone will take them?
- It isjust more safe this way. - Oh.
- You must do things to be safe whereyou come from? - Ofcourse,
Orwhen you come from.
Ah, so I'm notjust a wandering idiot.
[ Chuckles ]
Col'mar,
Maybe we could fiind some tomorrow.
Flowers?
[Distorted Voice]
Alexander, Alexander,
[ Growling ]
- [ Gasping ] - [KalenScreaming]
[Kalen] Ah!Morlock!
[Mara Talking Quietly]
- [ Panting ] - [ Both Speaking Eloi ]
- Is he all right? - He had a dream.
Oh. So did I.
I was moving through ajungle--
And you saw a shape ahead ofyou.
Well, a face that... called my name.
We all have that dream.
- All ofyou? - Yes. Now go back asleep.
You'restillnot well,
What does that mean, "" Morlock""?
A child's dream. No more.
Goback asleep,
[ Chuckles ]
Wekeep thesestones inmanyplaces,
This is the room where my parents taught me for the fiirst time.
Why doyou learn this language ifyou don't use it?
It's a tradition we hand down.
It meant something once. Must be here for a reason.
""One generation passeth away, and another cometh.
But the earth abideth forever.""
Why haveyou come here?
Why haveyou traveled through time?
To have a question answered.
Question?
Yes. Why can't I change the past?
Whywould you want to?
You've lost someone.
Someoneyou loved very much.
- Mara, why are there no older people here? - What doyou mean?
Older people, your parents' age or grandparents' age.
They've gone from this place.
You mean, they're dead?
Yes.
All ofthem? How is that possible?
There are things better left not said.
We don't dwell on the past, Alexander.
- [ Mara ] We do something else. - What?
[ Mara ] We remember them...
with these,
Alexander!
Alexander.
- Areyou coming to work now? Come with me-- - [ Mara ] No.
Alexander's not well enough. We're going to see his machine.
- Now? - Staywith Toren. [ Continues In Eloi ]
- Go the next day, tomorrow. - I need to see that it's all right.
- This way. - [ Child Laughing ]
Will you tell me more about N-New York tonight?
I will.
Oh, good. It seems fiine.
We had quite a ride together.
- It's ready? - Appears so.
Will you use it now? Go back toyour own time?
Well, I-- I guess I could.
Uh...
it seems so long ago.
No. You should go.
AndIneedtoask, willyou take Kalen withyou?
- Why? - Alexander, take him away, back toyour time. Will you?
- Mara, why? - Please. You don't know.
- Take him away from here. - [Horn Blowing, ManShouting]
Kalen!
Mara, what's going on?
They're early! We must get Kalen!
[Shrieking, Growling]
[Shrieking, Growling Continue]
[ Clamoring, Screaming ]
[Shrieking]
[ Roaring ]
[Mara] Kalen!
Kalen! Kalen!
[WomanScreaming]
[ Growling ]
[ Snorts, Growls ]
[ Eloi Man Screaming ]
[ Screaming ]
Mara!
- [Mara]Kalen! - No, stay here.
Stay in the group!
Run!
- [Horn Blowing] - [WomanScreaming]
[ Kalen ] Mara!
[Screaming Continues]
[ Screaming ]
Mara!
[ Gasping ] Where did they take them?
- We have to follow them. We have to fiind them. - We do not. Col'quin tor,
- Why not? - This is nem Eloi'tas, our life here.
- How can youjust do nothing? - How can tor'tasal'mor,
- It is the day and the night. - The day and the night.
- This is the world. - [ Continues Gasping ]
- Why don'tyou fiight back? - [ Eloi ]
Fight back. Why not?
Those who farquil'pax,,, fiight--
are taken fiirst.
[ Crowd Murmuring ]
- Kalen, doyou know where they're taken? - No.
- Do they ever come back? - No.
- Has anyone ever followed them? - I don't know.
- Well, what about the Morlocks? There must be a leader. - We're not supposed to talk.
Kalen, listen to me. Listen.
Sometimes we need to accept what's happening to us even ifwe don't want to.
And other times we have to fiight, even ifwe're afraid.
Now, it's diffiicult to understand, I know.
Believe me, I know. Now, they're afraid,
and I'm asking you not to be.
So will you tell me whatyou know?
We can save her. Please.
When they go, we're not supposed to talk about it.
- But we all know the place. - What place?
Where the ghosts are.
[Animals Calling]
Here it is.
[Rocks Falling]
[Alex Grunting]
[Vox] Welcome to VOXsystem, HowmayIhelpyou?
- It's all right. - [Vox]HowmayIserveyou?
What can I getyou? Oh, let's see.
Um, HenryJames. Oh, no. Yes?
No, no, no, Too depressing, Hemingway, perhaps?No, Toosweaty,
Plato, Proust, Pinter, Poe, Pound?
No. Complete Works ofMarthaStewart?
Ah, I have it! Jules Verne.
- Rightupyouralley, I would think, - Photonic, right?
Or what's leftofone, What's leftofallofthem,
I am the last, and ""these fragments I have shored against my ruins.""
T,S, Eliot,
You wouldn't know him yet, but he is so depressing, yet so divine.
Oh, I'm sorry. The lending library is temporarily out ofservice.
Not to worry. I have them all right here-- every page ofeveryvolume.
Can you tell me what's happening here?
Well, my sources are no longer fully annotated,
andmyinformationissomewhat anecdotal, butIbelieve what was once onerace,,,
is now two.
One above and one below.
Two distinct species that have evolved.
- And how do those below survive? - Thatis therealquestion, isn'tit?
[ Chuckles Halfheartedly]
- I don't believe it. - Well,
ifyou don't like the answers, you should avoid asking the questions.
Look at them. They have no knowledge ofthe past,
noambition forthe future,
- Solucky, - Whywould you say something like that?
Can you even imagine what it's like to remember everything?
I remember a six-year-old girl who asked me about dinosaurs 800,000 years ago.
I remember the last book I recommended: Look Homeward, Angel, byThomas Wolfe.
Andyes, Ievenrememberyou,
Time travel: practical application.
How doyou know about the Morlocks ifyou can't leave this place?
There was one Eloi whomanaged to escape, He toldme everything,
We spentyears together, just talking.
The conversation's a little spotty now, but I do remember.
-It's good to have a friend. -Then you can help us fiind the Morlocks,
fiind Mara.
Andifthe truth issohorrible, andwillhauntyour dreams forall time?
Well, I think I'm used to that.
My friend said he came from the east, from thejungle.
- Will you describe it? - I don't have to.
Just follow the breathing.
[Owls Hooting]
[Heartbeat, GrowingLouder, Faster]
[Roaring]
In the dream, we'removing towardit, butI thinkit was meant tokeep usaway,
- I mightjust go in by myself. - No.
Mara would be very cross with me ifyou got hurt. Now, I'll fiind her,
but I need you to go back to the village and light a fiire so we can fiind ourway home.
- All right? Will you do that for me? - I lostyour pocket watch.
[ Panting ] They took it from my room.
I'm sorry.
Whywould they take it?
- [Rocks Falling] - [ Alex Gasps ]
[ Continues Gasping, Grunting ]
[ Screeching ]
Oh. Stupid.
[Growling]
[ Growling Continues ]
[Machinery Clanking]
[Whooping, Screeching]
[ Grunting ]
[ Growling ]
[ Snorting ]
[LowRumbling]
[LowRumbling]
Mara?
[MetallicRattling]
[ Gasping ]
[ Screams ]
[ Yells ]
- [ Gasping ] - [ Morlock Growling ]
- [ Continues Growling ] - [ Gasping ]
[WaterDripping]
[Dripping Continues]
Mara?
Mara.
Mara?
Come a little closer. I don't bite.
Do I surpriseyou?
- A little. Yes. - Hmm.
We weren't always like this. After the moon fell from the sky,
the Earth could no longer sustain the species.
Somemanagedtostayabove,
Therestofus escapedunderground,
Then centuries later, when we triedtoreemerge into thesun again, we couldn't,
So we bred ourselves into castes.
Some to be our eyes and ears.
- Some to be our muscles and sinews. - You mean, your hunters.
Yes. Bred to be predators, but bred also to be controlled.
You see, my caste concentrated...
on expanding our cerebral abilities.
- You control their thoughts. - Notjust theirs.
The Eloi.
So it's not enough thatyou hunt them down like animals.
- That's their role here. - To beyour food?
Yes.
And for those who are suitable, to be breeding vessels...
for our other colonies.
Yousee, I'mjustone ofmany,
I don't understand howyou can sit there and speak so coldly about this.
Haveyou not considered the human cost of-- ofwhat it is you're doing?
We all pay a price...
Alexander.
- [ Breathing Heavily] - [DistantRoaring] - [ Gasps ]
Don't worry. You're safe.
I control them.
Without that control,
theywould exhaust the food supply...
in a matter ofmonths.
Food supply? They're human beings!
Who areyou...
to question 800,000 years...
ofevolution?
-This is-- This is a perversion ofevery natural law. -[ Growling ]
And what is time travel butyour pathetic attempt to control the world around you,
-your futile effort to have a question answered? - [ Grunting ]
Doyou think I don't knowyou, Alexander?
I can look insideyour memories,
your nightmares, your dreams.
You're a man haunted by those two most terrible words:
What if?
[Ticking]
[ Ticking Continues ]
[Baby Babbling]
[ Emma ] Look atyou!
- [Girl]Andalongponytail-- - Daddy!
- Who's that? Is it Daddy? - Daddy! - [Girl]Longponytail,
[Girl] Andwe'restillhaving lots offun,
- [Emma]Right, Right, - [Child Chattering, Indistinct]
[ Baby Coos ]
[ Boy] Da-da! Daddy.
You builtyour time machine because of Emma's death.
Ifshe had lived, it would never have existed.
So how could you useyour machine to go back to save her?
You are the inescapable result...
ofyour tragedy,
just as I...
am the inescapable result... ofyou.
[Disembodied Whispering Voices, Indistinct]
[Rumbling]
You haveyour answer. Now go.
[ Whooshing ]
I believeyou have something that belongs to me.
- [ Ticking ] - We all have our time machines, don't we?
Those that take us back are memories...
andthose that carry us forward,,,
are dreams.
- You're forgetting one thing. - Huh?
- What if? - [ Gasping ]
[ Both Grunting ]
[ Yells, Grunts, Groans ]
[ Gagging ]
[ Chuckles, Growls ]
[ Gasps, Yells ]
[ Growls ]
- [ Blades Whooshing ] - [ Gasping ]
[Engine Revving Faster]
[ Screeches ]
- [ Growling ] - [ Grunting ]
[ Screeching ]
[ Gasping ]
[Engine RevvingDown]
[ Grunting ]
[Growling]
- What areyou doing with it? - Changing the future.
Come on.
[ Growling ]
[ Morlocks Chittering, Screeching ]
Wait. Wait here.
- [ Grunts ] - [ War Cry] - [ Growls ]
[ Growls, Snorts ]
[ Roars ]
[Roaring Continues]
[ All Roaring ]
Go.
[ Snorting, Growling ]
- Hurry! - [ Grunting ]
[ Roaring ]
Huh?
Alexander!
[People Panting, Explosions Continuing]
I'm sorry you lostyour machine.
Oh, it's all right. It was only a machine.
[Vox] ""The congregationroseandstared,,,
""while the three deadboys camemarching up theaisle..
""Tom in their lead, Joe next,
""and Huck, a ruin ofdrooping rags,
- ""sneaking sheepishly in the rear. - [ Kids Laughing ]
""They had hid in an unused gallery, listening to their own funeral sermon.
Aunt Polly, Mary and the Harpers threw themselves upon them--""
This is the place.
So it is.
- But there's nothing here. - Well, it was different then.
My laboratory was all around here.
The kitchen was up there where that tree is.
Not that Mrs. Watchit ever let me go in there.
I don't know what to tell you, sir.
He's been gone this whole week.
And you've no idea where he went?
- No, sir. - [Alexander] This wouldbemygreenhouse,
There was a garden outside.
Gren 'tormar'tas?
Yes.
- I'm glad. - Sir?
I'm glad he's gone.
Maybe he's fiinally found someplace where he can be happy.
- This was my home. - His home.
Long ago.
You know, Molly and I were talking about engaging a housekeeper,
someone to live with us and help take care ofJamie.
Would you be interested?
- Perhapsjust until the master returns. - Ofcourse.
- But there'd be some changes made. I run a tight house. - [ Chuckles ]
Oh, I have no doubt ofthat. I'll call by in the morning, and we'll arrange it.
- Good night, Mrs. Watchit. - Good night, Mr. Philby.
- [Hoofbeats OnStreet] - Godspeed, my fiine lad.
Godspeed.
¶[LowChoralSinging, Indistinct]
¶[Tribal]
¶[Singing Ends]
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