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Jamal, are you awake?
I know you can hear me.
I'm writing all this down.|I have that thing with your teacher...
...then I'm working late. So you'll have to|take care of yourself for dinner, okay?
- Okay?|- Okay.
I thought you wanted to get up by 7:30.
Hear the chains sing?
Check that up, man.
Hold on. What up, J? Where you been?
Asleep, yo.
I was up late|wondering how I'd save your ass out here.
What are you saving?
J, break him up, man.
You can't give him that.
- You can't give him that.|- I'm awake now.
You got something for me?
Soufflé, baby!
You got nothing for me.
A lot of good that's doing.
He's bringing something for the Window.
- You ever seen him?|- The Window?
No, but he see us, man.
Come on, man.
What's wrong with y'all?|Don't you want to play ball?
Wake up.
In 1845...
...Poe wrote his most famous piece,|{y:i}The Raven.
A poem he wrote while he was strung out|on coke and obsessed with death.
"The Raven" is like the football team.
They're obsessed with death,|always get their ass kicked.
Baltimore Ravens: Only pro football team|named after a classic poem.
Anyone read it?
"Once upon a midnight dreary
while I pondered weak and weary"
Jamal, how about it?
I never read it.
Okay, I need those essays by next Tuesday.
My dad saw the Window, man.|About 20 years ago.
Standing there like a ghost,|like the ones in our science books.
Just like that, man.
- He was white?|- Ain't milk white?
What ghost isn't white?
I'm just playing, man.
I heard he killed someone.|That's why he stays inside.
Listen, you got to kill an army|to have to hide here.
Y'all play too much. Remember Shurrita?|The one who lived below the Window?
She calls me up|this one night buggin', dog.
Saying how she heard a tapping sound|coming from the Window's place.
While she was on the phone,|she started screaming.
'Cause now the tapping has made its way|downstairs somehow.
And now it was on the other side|of her door.
She could tell he was tapping|with some kind of knife.
And then the phone disconnected.|That was the last time we seen Shurrita.
Shurrita who lived across the street?
That girl is a crack ho.
No, she was nice.
All I know is the Window's bad news.
Rules was...
...if you went outside, you stayed away|from the Window's place.
We need to stay away from your lying ass.
You believe me, right?
You full of shit, dog.
Let me guess. You'd go up in there, right?
It's an old man looking out a window.
You'd go up there, right?
- He won't go.|- Let them know, J.
- He won't go.|- This nigga's scared.
Yo, I got the next call.
- So?|- So...
...I dare you to go up there, right?
Whatever, man. I'll go up there. Yeah.
- He's going.|- Big shot.
Bring it on.
That's my dog.
D, I believe you, dog.
Shut up. Go to class or something.
Here, man. Sit over here.
- Stop playing with me.|- This is my birthday.
Go over there.
- Fine. I won't sit near you.|- Take your apple, too.
- Miss Joyce?|- Yeah.
- Good to see you.|- You, too. Come, sit down.
We got Jamal's test scores back.
- Test scores?|- Assessment tests.
All of the kids are required to take them.
He didn't tell you, did he?
Mrs. Wallace,|Jamal maintains a C average...
...which means he does enough to get by|and just enough not to stand out.
What makes Jamal's case unusual|are his test results.
Oh, my God.
I see him reading these books all the time.|Books I never read.
Some I've never even heard of.|And he's always writing in his notebooks.
Ever since his father left.|But that's what I see.
All he ever talks about is basketball.
Basketball is where he gets his acceptance.
The kids here don't care about|what he can write.
Let's go! Between the yellow lines!
Yo, T.
- How are you, Fly?|- Maintaining.
You looking for tickets, little bro?
Dead tonight. Sorry about that.
Come on. We know you got tickets.
I got four words for you:
Boss Tunn Red Sox.
The Yanks and Sox tickets|have been sold out for a month.
Okay, Mr. Fly? By the way...
...go tell Camry boy there|to back up his cheap-ass bumper...
...on that Mercedes over there.
Go handle that. Let's go, Fly!
What the hell, Jamal? Mom called.
- Told me about that test. What's up?|- Nothing.
What do you mean, "nothing"?
This getting in the way|of your plans or something?
It was your plan first, T.
Yeah, I know. A little college ball...
...then start signing checks for everyone,|solve their problems.
Look at me, though.
Hold a minute.
Hold onto these.
I guess this makes it our plan now.
One thing.
Don't tell nobody about them test scores.
Don't worry. I'm your brother, dog.
Whatever we discuss stays between us.
Love you, dog. All right?
Just remember one thing.
Mom will know when the game ends,|so you take your ass straight home.
Don't get into no trouble, man. Be careful.|Stay safe. Love, dog.
- Okay, T. Good lookin'.|- Be careful, man.
It stinks in here.
J, see that window?|He keeps that one cracked sometimes.
The light's been out for two hours.
You sure he asleep?
That Methuselah's a thousand years old.|That's all he ever do.
Yo, J, for the reals, I don't know about this.
I think I'm... Shit!
I think I'm pulling the call.
- No, I got this one.|- Rats.
- Yo, Fly.|- Keep it. You got to bring something out.
Man, you hear us, drop down, okay?
Don't stay in there too long.
I got you.
This is rickety.
Oh, shit! Yo, you got something?
- Shit!|- What happened?
You son of a bitch!
Dickheads, he wasn't asleep.
- Did you see him?|- Not for long.
Stop bouncing that damn ball in the house.
I got Michael Jordan's name|written in dirt all over my floor.
Don't worry, I'll clean it.
I got a better chance|of Michael Jordan cleaning it.
If you're thinking of a shower,|the hot water's a bit slow.
- I wasn't thinking of it.|- Where's your pack?
- I don't know.|- "Don't know"?
What do you mean, you don't know?
We wanted you to bring something,|not leave something.
Why don't you leave it alone?
What was in your bag?
I'm not talking about the damn bag.
I bet you ain't.
Let me teach you something.|Watch the eyes.
He's probably watching you now.
You don't know about that, man.|Here's how you do it.
I won't do anything to your car.
You look worried,|like I'll do something to your car.
I worry about this car everywhere.|Don't take it personally.
It's just a car, man.
No, it's not "just a car". It's a BMW.
Anyone who knows anything|about that company...
...knows that it's more than "just a car".
Anybody who knows about that company?
So I wouldn't know anything like that.
No, that's not what I meant.
Last thing I knew about BMW...
...was it made plane engines|when it first started.
A guy by the name of Franz Popp|started it all.
Franz Popp. I like that name.
Made this one engine before 1920.|It flew six miles up.
Popp and his boys|were just getting started.
They made this one engine, the 801,|World War II, 14 cylinders...
...2,300 horsepower, seven miles up.
With more time, they'd have bombed|the shit out of England...
...maybe even won the war.
That's where this comes from.
White propeller zipping around a blue sky.
After the war, we told them|they couldn't make plane engines.
That's when BMW|gave some serious thought to making cars.
Kind of like this one.
You probably knew all that,|seeing as you lease one.
Thanks for the history lesson.
No problem, man.
Messin' with my stuff, man.
The other night was...
It was just this dare thing|me and my boys do.
I was wondering|if I could bring you more of my stuff...
...or maybe I could write something else.
How about 5,000 words on|why you'll stay the fuck out of my home?
Come on, man. I know you're in there.
Take your goddamn hand off my door.
I just came... drop off that thing you asked me for.
What thing?
The 5,000 words on why you wanted me|to stay out of your place.
That's kind of what you said.
Well, try remembering it|exactly as I said it.
Come on in, Jamal.
Hi, honey.
It's okay.
Sit down.
Mrs. Wallace, Jamal,|when we got your recent test scores...
...we thought the private schools|might show some interest.
Well, we were right.
- Mr. Bradley.|- My name is David Bradley.
I'm with the Mailor School in Manhattan.
That's right. You're familiar with us?
Mailor-Callow is not only|the best prep school in the city...'s one of the finest private schools|on the East Coast.
Only the best go there.
We're a few weeks into our fall term...
...but every year we hold some openings|until the test scores come in.
Jamal, your test scores, to put it mildly...
...caught our attention.
I'm here to see if you'd be interested|in attending our school.
Leaving for another school,|especially a private one, won't be easy.
But this isn't the right place|for you anymore.
It's not a difficult choice.
Mr. Bradley...
...there is no way we could pay for this.
We're not asking you to.
When Dr. Simon said|only the best go to Mailor...
...he forgot to say our commitment|to excellence goes beyond the classroom.
- I figured that.|- We thought you might.
Mrs. Wallace, 40 of our students|have gone on to play college ball.
Three have made it to professional level.|We evaluated...
...your play last year|and while this is a strictly academic offer...
...we won't be disappointed if you play.
All we ask is you come out,|take a look, think it over.
- Okay.|- Mrs. Wallace.
- Thank you.|- Jamal.
- Good-bye.|- We'll be in touch.
I didn't knock this time.
- To whom were you speaking?|- I'll tell you if I get my 5,000 words back.
Bolt the door if you're coming in.
The man in the car?
He was from this private school.
They want me to go there.
We don't have to pay anything, though.
My mom and I live|a couple of blocks from here.
My brother was there a few years ago,|but he left after my dad left.
My mom got tired of waiting|for my dad to get clean.
And my dad got tired of trying.
That's when I started writing.
What's your name?
Jamal Wallace.
Sounds like some kind of marmalade.
How old are you?
I'm 16.
And you're black.
- It's remarkable.|- "Remarkable"?
It's remarkable I'm black? What does me|being black have to do with anything?
You don't know what to do right now,|do you?
If you say what you really want to,|I may not read any more of this.
But if you let me run you down|with this racist bullshit...
...what does that make you?
I'm not playing this game, man.
I say you are playing it.
An expression is worth a thousand words.
Perhaps in your case, just two.
Bum-ass old man.
"One hand to give, one to receive,|as we eat together in unity."
"May our minds,|bodies and spirits grow strong."
"And congratulations to Jamal. Amen."
Did you see this?
- Let me see.|- Don't mess it up.
From the cover,|this looks like the funny-man school to me.
Terrell, eat your food.
You'll be fine.|Mommy don't make nothing but soldiers.
You could have done the same thing.
I work at a parking lot,|and I'm no regular lot attendant.
I am the supervisor|of all the parking lot attendants.
You never know how much you'll make|from week to week.
One week it's $50, the next it's $100.
- That's not a real job.|- Ma, leave him alone.
I rap. You know I got my rap thing going.
Don't bring up the rap. Eat your food.
- Want to hear a song?|- Eat your food.
I'll sing it for you.
"When I come due|When I blow the spot
Your son, the supervisor|of the parking lot"
Tell it, Jamal, my voice is hot, right?
Jamal Wallace?
- Yeah?|- Hi. I'm Claire Spence.
Bradley asked me to show you around.
All right.
Come on.
Don't worry about answering any questions|until you decide what you're going to do.
Besides, the teachers here...
...aren't that into student participation.
They prefer to hear themselves talk.
- What do you mean?|- You'll see.
This morning, we begin|our third required reading of the semester.
The study of a novel|that offers everything...
...and an author|who could have offered much more.
That's Robert Crawford. He's been here|as long as most of the buildings.
When William Forrester was 23, in 1953...
...he set out to write his first book.
Many aspiring authors talked about|writing the great 20th century novel.
William Forrester did it...
...on his first try.
Have you read this?
Yeah. You?
Only about a dozen times.
This was the only book|he chose to publish.
For all we know,|it was the only one he chose to write.
Your job over the next week|is to read it and tell me why.
...will you be back tomorrow?
Yeah. They want me to spend some time|on the court.
I heard.
Graduation was a little rough|on last year's team.
But it's just like college, right?
You get an education|and they get what they want.
Maybe you both get what you want.
It was very nice meeting you, Jamal.
You, too, Claire.|Will you be around tomorrow?
Not where you'll be, but... might find me for lunch.
- I didn't say those two words yesterday.|- Why not?
I want you to read more of my stuff.
They talk a lot about you out there.
All this legend bullshit.
They got some stories.|People wonder if you killed someone.
That, and wondering why|you been in here so long.
I wouldn't move. It's quiet.|You don't hear nothing in here.
Our place has noisy neighbours.
Their kid is always yelling,|'cause he's a year old...
...or pops yells|'cause the kid is making noise.
Then mom, on top of that, is yelling.|But it's a different kind of yelling, 'cause...
...the old man's playing tunes for her and|she's banging her head against the wall...
...and she's screaming...
You better stir that soup.
Stir the soup before it firms up.
Why doesn't ours get anything on it?
Come on. Closer.
You got someone|doing that kind of yelling?
What I have is an adult male. Quite pretty.
Probably strayed from the park.
A Connecticut warbler.
You ever go outside to do any of this?
You should have stayed|with the soup question.
The object of a question is to obtain|information that matters only to us.
You were wondering|why your soup doesn't firm up?
Probably because your mother|was brought up in a house...
...that never wasted milk in soup.
That question was a good one,|in contrast to, "Do I ever go outside?"...
...which fails to meet the criteria of|obtaining information that matters to you.
All right. I guess I don't have|any more soup questions.
Why'd you say all that stuff|about me being black?
It had nothing to do with you being black.
I wanted to find out|how much bullshit you'd put up with.
- So you knew I'd come back?|- Yes.
Just like I know|you'll go to this new school.
How do you know?
Because there's a question in your writing|about what you wish to do with your life.
That is a question your present school|cannot answer for you.
Let's match up.|Wallace, you take Hartwell.
What's up? I'm Jamal.
Just check it, all right?
Check the ball.
Come on.
Ball's in.
Play him tough.
Way to go, gang.
D up. Let's go, garbage.
Come on.
Step up.
Why don't you leave|the trash-talking back home?
What? Get that goofy look off your face.
- I'm gonna make you my son right now.|- Right.
- You gonna be my son.|- Come on.
Let's go.
- Come on, man.|- What?
You're too small.
A little defence would be real nice.
Coach, you're right. A little defence.
- Try to get past the line.|- What?
I said, get past the line.
Too much.
I need some help!
Ten seconds. Let's go the other way.
- I'm taking your spot.|- What?
- I'm taking your spot.|- You take nothing.
Come on.
My court, babe. My court.
That's how we play it down here.
That's right.
John Hartwell's just a rich kid|who wants as much of the spotlight... he can get in his senior year.|That's all it is.
- They take things real serious around here.|- It's a serious place.
Serious enough that I end up here|getting lunch on my books most days.
What's that you're working on?
Forrester's book.
- You said you read it a dozen times.|- I know, but look at this.
My dad got it for me. It's an early printing.
- Listen, I got to go.|- But you just got here!
I know, but, I forgot something.|I got to check up on something.
I'll see you later.
"Born: 1930... Scotland."
"Moved to New York|with his family in his late teens."
"Mr. Forrester was unavailable|for comment."
Yeah, I bet he was.
Are we now planning|to make these visits a habit?
You said you knew I'd come back.
Yes, but I thought you meant once.
I need some help with a thing at school.
Yes. This "thing" at school.
And what "thing"|are we talking about now?
You ever read that?
I'm trying. I just can't seem to get past|the first 10 pages.
As I recall... took awhile|to get past those pages myself.
Christ, you've dog-eared one of them.|Show a little respect for the author.
That's you, isn't it?
You're the author.
I read the whole thing. It's not bad.|Especially the part...
I know what it is.
The last thing I need is another person|telling me what they think it is.
I wasn't going to say that.
What were you going to say?|I should tell you everything about me?
I told you about me.
You could learn a little something|about holding back.
If I ask you not to say anything|to anybody...
...about here, us... that something I can trust you on?
I promise.
And if I ask you to keep helping me|with my writing?
There'll be no questions about me... family,|or why there was only one book.
Then I won't ask.
And good night.
What's it feel like?
Writing something the way you did.
Perhaps you'll find out.
Listen, you 5-foot nothing...
That's what I'm saying, though.
Kenzo, how old are you?
Look at your face!|Your mom didn't do that to you?
She started you young.
Know where that comes from?|Eating too much cookie.
Teresa told me.
I like 'em big.|You got a problem with that?
- Nothing wrong with a big girl!|- That big?
It don't make a difference. It's like|when I'm with all three of your mothers.
- Not my mother.|- Yeah.
Hold on, Oscar Mayer wiener.
Stop playing, man. You got beat like Tina|in school one day. I seen Duke smack you.
Listen, throw it at your mama.|Every day, throw it towards your mama.
Your mama. Stop throwing your mama.
It's all in your tank, brother.
Why you laughing?
Man, your glasses are like Coke bottles.
- You ever met somebody famous?|- How famous?
Like, I don't know, like...
...somebody people would know.
Nobody like that comes around here, man.
Are you here for good now?
Yeah. I'm just trying to get started.
At least they look good, right?
You'll all be pleased to know this year's|writing competition has been scheduled.
For those choosing to take part,|all entries must be turned in...
...before spring break, which means you|have a few months of procrastination left.
Feel free to experiment|with a more proactive approach.
Mr. Wallace?
I had a chance to review the files|sent over by your former school.
Test scores, impressive.
Actual classroom work, not so impressive.
Is this the level of work|I should anticipate?
Because, if it is... will help me determine|whether to treat you as a student...
...or as someone who is here to pursue,|how should I put it...
...other endeavours?
Of course, your work will give you|ample opportunity to respond.
Good day, Mr. Wallace.
Just so you know,|you handled that the right way.
How is that?
You didn't say anything.|The ones who do run into trouble.
- John Coleridge.|- Jamal Wallace.
So, how many people do say something?
And actually stay in Crawford's class?|Not many.
I missed what you said.
I didn't say anything.
You read all these?
No, I just keep them|to impress all my visitors.
All your visitors.
We've been talking|about your book at school.
People have been talking about it for years.|They just haven't been saying anything.
I think I got it down, though.
I figure you were writing about|how life never works out.
Really? You had to read a book|to figure that out?
But Crawford's messed up on it anyhow.
He says the guy having trouble|after the war is really you.
Some symbolism shit for all the problems|you were having with everybody.
Robert Crawford?
Yeah. I think it's bullshit, though.|I think there really was somebody else.
Mr. Johannsen?
Mr. Massie.|Another trip to your favourite destination.
I've got four bags.|I can just leave them if you like.
Come right in.
How you doing, Mr. Johannsen?
It's at least a half hour before the sun sets.
Then you can begin|your panic-driven quest back to Manhattan.
This should last you till next week.
Your mail is in this one.
Mr. Johannsen?
- The essentials are in...|- Essentials?
I took care of your bills.|I put all the copies in this one.
The phone company wants to know|if you want to continue service...
...seeing as you haven't had a call|in about...
I got your socks for the next few weeks.|They're in this one.
I have your latest check from accounting.
They want to know if you cashed|the last one. It's showing up outstanding.
Not as outstanding as it once was.
I'm sorry.|I didn't realise you had company.
We were just having a discussion on...
...German automobile history.|Care to join us?
- No, I'm in the tow-away.|- Of course you are.
See you next week?
Not if I'm lucky.
Why don't you give that guy a break|and do your own shopping?
Why are your socks inside out?
Socks are badly designed.
The seams are on the inside.|They hurt the toes.
In some cultures, it's good luck|to wear something inside out.
You believe that?
No. But it's like praying.|What do you risk?
And I do go outside. How do you think|those windows get cleaned?
Now, about this professor of yours.
How did it feel having him tell you|what you can't do?
Like he knew he was better than me.
Then let's show him what you can do.
Why is it the words we write|for ourselves...
...are always so much better|than the words we write for others? Move.
Go ahead.
Go ahead and what?
What are you doing?
I'm writing. Like you'll be,|when you start punching those keys.
Is there a problem?
No. I'm just thinking.
No thinking. That comes later.
You write your first draft...
...with your heart.
You rewrite with your head.
The first key to writing is... write.
Not to think.
Is there a chance you might sit down?
"A Season of Faith's Perfection."|What's this?
Start typing that.
Sometimes the simple rhythm of typing|gets us from page one to page two.
When you begin to feel your own words,|start typing them.
Punch the keys for God's sake!
You're the man now, dog.
Whatever we write in this apartment...
...stays in this apartment.
No exceptions.
Okay, let's push it, guys.
- That's a foul.|- What do you mean? I had the spot.
I'll let you know when you got the spot.
Gentlemen, our season begins in one week.|If I see this kind of thing one more time...
...l'll have you shooting fouls|to see who runs.
Is that understood?
Hold it.
One more.
That was one of the most|impressive things I've ever seen.
Why do I know it wasn't good enough|for either one of you?
Shower up and get out of here.
You may think we're the same. We're not.
Mr. Wallace?
Mr. Wallace.
The latest paper you turned in...
...displayed quite a bit of improvement|from your earlier work.
- Thank you.|- Yes.
How long did it take to write?
I wrote it last night.
Last night.
Well, I have some things to finish up here.
Good day, Mr. Wallace.
{y:i}That's right. Select again.
{y:i}- "Birds of a Feather" for $600.|{y:i}- Answer:
{y:i}"Vibrant in colour, its name borrows|{y:i}from a Vivien Leigh character."
Scarlet tanager.
No, it's "What is the scarlet tanager?"
{y:i}What is the scarlet tanager?
See, you have to know the rules|to play the game.
It was written by a writer|you've never heard of.
"Thy duty, winged flame of spring
is but to love and fly
and sing" He was writing about|the song of the tanager.
A song about new seasons, new life.
That's James Lowell, man.
I know who he is.
I'll stay with "Poor Assumptions"|for $800, Alex.
Ever seen any scarlet tanagers|around here?
They don't stray that far from the park.
So, your professor wasn't exactly|full of praise this afternoon?
Not exactly.
There's something you should know|about Robert Crawford.
He wrote a book a few years after mine.
All the publishers rejected it,|which was the right decision.
Instead of writing another one...
...he took a job|teaching others how to write.
How do you know all that?
Just remember that bitterly|disappointed teachers...
...can be either very effective...
...or very dangerous.
Okay, this is the first step tonight, guys.|Mailor on three.
One, two, three, Mailor!
Gold. Black.
Straight and high, boys.
What up, J?
- You was in there tonight?|- 26 points.
8 out of 10 from the floor,|10 from 10 from the line.
I'm supposed to miss that?
It was hot.
You were putting some serious ink|on that stat page.
What's going on?
Brothers are going to Red Rose.|I said we'd catch up.
Friday night. Come on.
Jamal, you plan on doing that every night?
- Worked out, I guess.|- I'd say so.
This is Fly.
Hi. I'm Claire. You a friend of Jamal's?
Claire! Come on.
I'm coming.
Don't hold up the bus too long.|Nice meeting you, Fly.
What the hell you working there, man?
Shut up, man.
Yo, about Red Rose...
I got to go to this dude's house.|They do it every year.
Don't go off on this.
You big time. Go on.|I don't want to hold your bus up.
Will you be around this weekend?
Where do you think I'll be? The Hamptons?
Very nice talking with you.|Now, if you need anything...
...please give me a call. Okay?
Building up a collection of those things?
Yeah, a few.
Want to go outside for a while?
Yeah. You know this place?
I live in this place. Come on.
They'll be congratulating themselves|on your game till midnight.
Which means I'll have to cram tomorrow|for this test on Monday.
Test on what?
On the Sherlock Holmes books.
They have us tracking down|all this worthless stuff like:
Who introduced Watson to Holmes?
They give it to you|'cause it forces you to read everything.
Looks like it might be a while.
Maybe so.
So this friend, Fly,|how long have you known each other?
A while. He was born there|and I was born there, too.
- The Bronx?|- Yeah.
Must be hard.
New people, new school.
It's not?
What's hard is growing up in a place|cops don't even want to be in after dark.
What's hard is knowing you're safe there.
'Cause the people you need to worry about,|know you've got nothing to give them.
So it's a good thing you're here.
These people don't think|I got anything to give them, either.
Don't let me get by you.|Once I get by you, I'll score.
Ready? Now stay in front of me, all right?
All right?
I got by you.
You're bigger than I am.
It doesn't matter. You still got to defend.
How do I do that?
How do you play defence?|I'll show you one way, here.
Turn around.
Feel that?
I feel it.
Now I know where you'll go,|because I can feel you move.
Try and move left.
See, you can't get around me.|I feel you moving left.
Try and go right.
I'm still here.
I feel when you try to go right,|so you can't go there, neither.
Now try and get by me.
Hold on.
You have to dribble first.
Dribble. Okay. Like...
Like this?
- Sorry.|- Claire.
Some of our guests are leaving.
I'll see you on Monday, okay?
It was Stamford.
Excuse me?
At the bar in London.
He was the one|who introduced Watson to Holmes.
Might actually save you some time|after everyone's done in there.
You know how long|I've been working on that?
It ain't one season of faith's perfection.|Feels like I worked on it for two or three.
You're in that place|where you can't even hear me.
I could ask why you never left|this neighbourhood, and you wouldn't...
Paragraph three starts...
...with a conjunction, "and".
You should never start a sentence|with a conjunction.
- Sure you can.|- No.
It's a firm rule.
It was a firm rule. Sometimes using|a conjunction at the start of a sentence...
...makes it stand out. And that may be|what the writer's trying to do.
And what is the risk?
Doing it too much.
It's a distraction|and could give your piece a run-on feeling.
But the rule on using "and" or "but"|at the start of a sentence is pretty shaky.
Even though it's still taught|by too many professors.
Some of the best writers have ignored|that rule for years, including you.
Well, you've taken something|which was mine...
...and made it yours.|Quite an accomplishment.
Thank you.
The title's still mine, isn't it?
I guess.
It was the neighbourhood that changed,|not me.
I ain't seen nothin' changed.
You "ain't seen nothin'"?|What in the hell kind of sentence is that?
In here, don't talk like you do out there.
I was messin' with you, man.|It was a joke.
Tell me about the neighbourhood back|when people were still reading your book.
What did you say?
You said "back when people|were still reading my book".
Didn't you?
We have 24 copies...
...but I'm sorry, they are checked out.
Thank you, anyway.
Any luck?
Did you get on the waiting list?
Your book was checked out.
And, yes...
...I did pay for dinner.
It cost me $13, so you made your point.
I tried to call to see what food you wanted,|but the phone kept ringing.
I took the bell out 20 years ago.
Let me ask you something.
Why does a guy like you...
...waste his time reading|{y:i}National Enquirer?
What's wrong with it?
It's trash, man.
You should be reading|"The Times" or something.
I read "The Times" for dinner...
...but this is my dessert.
They got some writing contest at school.
- You ever enter one of those?|- A writing contest?
- Yeah.|- Once.
- A long time ago.|- Did you win?
Well, of course I won.
Like money or something?
The Pulitzer.
They make all the students|read in front of everyone.
What the hell's that got to do with writing?
Writers write so that readers can read.|Let someone else read it.
You ever read your own book?
In public? Hell, no.
I barely read it in private.
You know those things they do,|that coffee shop reading shit?
Do you know why they do it?
To sell books, I guess.
Because they want to get laid.
Really? Women will sleep with you|if you write a book?
They'll sleep with you|if you write a bad book.
- Did it ever happen to you?|- Sure.
Did you ever get married?
Not exactly a soup question, is it?
No, I never did.
But I learned a few things along the way...
...which might help with this young lady|you always talk about.
Like what?
The key to a woman's heart... an unexpected gift|at an unexpected time.
You're giving me advice on women?
Unexpected gift, unexpected time.
This is so unexpected.
It's not a first printing or anything.
Oh, my gosh.
- What?|- This is a signed copy.
I can't accept this.|It must have cost a fortune.
It didn't cost that much, really.
Maybe the bookstore missed it.
Bookstores don't usually miss this stuff.
How'd you end up going to Mailor?
Mailor was originally an all-boys' school..., my father did|what anyone in his position would do.
He got on the board and changed the rules.
And every kid there knows it.
They'd have done it anyway.
That doesn't change anything.|I'm still Dr. Spence's daughter.
That night at my home, after the game...
...when you were showing me|how to play basketball:
Was that all you were showing me?
That's not going to work.
Why not?
Ask your father.
I'm not asking for some kind|of prenuptial agreement.
It's just a question.
Why must everything be|so black and white with you?
I forgot the question.
You don't forget anything, Mr. Stamford.
You don't think he wrote it?|That's a serious accusation, Robert.
You come to the Faculty Board with this...
I'm aware of how serious it is.
It's remarkable work.
You recognize any of it?
It smacks of something.
But I don't know.
The boy does well in my class.|He had good scores coming in.
Maybe he just needed direction.
Carl, he's a basketball player|from the Bronx.
Who happens to have won 17 straight...
...for a school that likes winning.
Have you considered|he might just be that good?
Not this good.
Do you know|what the absolute best moment is?
When you've finished your first draft...
...and you read it by yourself.
Before these arseholes...
...take something|they couldn't do in a lifetime...
...and tear it down in a single day.
People love that book, man.
I didn't write it for them.
And when the critics|started all this bullshit about...
...what it was I was really trying to say...
...well, I decided then... book was enough.
William, that was 50 years ago, man.
I actually spent money on these tickets.|Come on.
Is it still light outside?
It's nighttime.
You look good. It's not the latest stuff...
I wasn't asking how I look.
- I was asking, are we ready to go?|- Yeah. Come on, man.
Let's go.
Come on.
We play here in two weeks.
I said, we play here in two weeks.|State tournament.
Hold on. Let me get a programme.
Let's get you out of here.
I got you.
You used to get out, right?
Yeah, a long time ago.
- What happened?|- How should I know?
I didn't keep track of the time.
Sorry for losing you back there.
No apology needed.
Good. I've got one more place.|It's quiet and on the way home.
You only got 10 minutes.
All right.
Take that.
Ground level.
"The house that Ruth built."
Why did you bring me here?
Because it's your birthday.
I looked it up in the almanac.
You're not in the dead people section yet.
I figure with all the games you watched...
...with whoever you watched them with... probably never got this close.
What are they doing on the dirt?
Who cares? You acting like|they're going to play a World Series game.
My brother and I,|we were here for every game.
Till he left for the war.
I thought it'd be the same|when he came back, but...
...he talked a little less...
...and drank a little more.
I promised my mother|I would help him get through it all.
I caught up with him this one night.
I was already half a dozen drinks behind.
So we had a few more...
...and after a while,|he tells me he wants to... me back to the apartment.
I said "No, thanks."
We were all still living there, then.
I just stood there and...
...watched him drive off.
He makes it through|the whole goddamn war...
...and I let him drive.
Later that night, the nurse was typing...
...whatever it is they type...
...and you know what she tells me?
She tells me how much|my book meant to her.
My brother is getting cold|in the next room...
...and all she can talk about is a book.
Everything changed from then on.
Within five months, I buried...
...him, my ma, my father.
All of them here in the Bronx.
We'd spend our summers here.
And if we were lucky, the fall.
A lot of falls with those teams.
Yeah, well...
...not enough.
"The rest of those|who have gone before us...
...cannot steady the unrest of those... follow."
You wrote that in your book.
I realise that if I give you enough time|you'll find a way... amaze even me.
Does he know?
No, he doesn't know.
This was one of the best evenings I've had|in quite some time.
All of it?
All of it.
Well, I...
This guy...
How do you say you know this guy again?
- He's my teacher.|- Yeah?
Seemed like a different kind of dude.
Anyone in particular?
I sometimes come here in the morning.
Just me, the aspiring...
...and all of them.
There was a note downstairs|saying I should come to see you.
Mr. Wallace...
...I think it's time you and I had an honest|and open discussion about your writing.
I thought you liked it.
Your recent work?
I liked it very much.
No, the question concerning|your most recent work...
...isn't whether it's good...'s whether it's too good.
The acceleration in your progress from|your old school to this one is unusual... the point that I must draw|one of two conclusions:
Either you've been blessed with|an uncommon gift, which has kicked in...
...or...'re getting your inspiration|from elsewhere.
Given your previous education|and your background...
...l'm sure you'll forgive me|for coming to my own conclusions.
I wrote those papers.
Then you won't mind showing me.
The next assignment's due in two weeks.
I'll schedule some time for you|to come to my office.
I'd like to have you write it there.
In the meantime, if there's anything|you wish to talk about...
I'm not writing anything.
Which proves what?
If a two-comma kid wrote these papers,|he'd say, "Considering your background"?
- Two-comma kid?|- $1,000,000.
One comma, two commas.
No, I don't.
Do you know what|people are most afraid of?
- What?|- What they don't understand.
When we don't understand,|we turn to our assumptions.
Crawford cannot understand... a black kid from the Bronx|can write the way you do.
So he assumes you can't.
Just like I assume he's an asshole.
You knew him, didn't you?
Crawford? No.
But he thought he knew me.
So what was that about his book?
A lot of writers|know the rules about writing...
...but they don't know how to write.
So Crawford wrote a book|about four authors who did know.
I was the only one still alive.
He convinced a publisher to buy it.
I made a polite telephone call... this publisher, telling him and others...
...I was in the process|of writing a second book...
...and if they wanted to bid on it...|- So that's why Crawford's book went away.
But you knew|there wouldn't be a second book.
Yeah, but they didn't.
Interesting what happens|when the resources aren't close at hand.
The tradition of handing in composition|entries on the final day continues...
...for yet...
...another year.
Ladies and gentlemen...
...may I have your attention?
Please, if you don't mind.
"Ere sin could blight or sorrow fade
Death came with friendly care
The opening bud to heaven convey'd"
How nice of you to join us.
That's not part of the poem.
"And bade it blossom there" Anyone?
A little more early morning reticence|than usual.
Mr. Coleridge.
How many students|would you say are here today?
I'm not sure.
Perhaps you could humour us with a guess.
And of that 30, not one person knows|the author of that passage.
I find that remarkable, don't you?
Perhaps we should back into this.
In looking at this, what, if any conclusions,|might we be able to draw?
You mean about the author?
About anything.
Do any of the words strike you as unusual?
Feel free to view this|as the appropriate time for a response.
And why is that unusual?
Because it sounds old.
It does sound old, doesn't it?
Do you know why it sounds old?
Because it is old. More than 200 years old.
Written before your father was born,|before his father was born.
...that still does not excuse the fact|that you...
...don't know who wrote it, now, does it?
I'm sorry, sir, I don't...
You, of all people here,|should know who wrote that passage.
And do you know why, Mr. Coleridge?
I repeat, do you know why?
Just say your name, man.
Excuse me.|Did you have something to contribute?
I just said that he should say his name.
And why would it be helpful|for Mr. Coleridge to say his name?
Because that's who wrote it.
Very good, Mr. Wallace.
Perhaps your skills do extend|a bit farther than basketball.
If we can turn to page...|You may be seated, Mr. Coleridge.
Turn to page 120|in the little blue book that...
I'm sorry?
You said my skills extend "farther"|than the basketball court.
"Farther" relates to distance.
"Further" is a definition of degree.
You should have said "further".
Are you challenging me?
No more than you challenged Coleridge.
Perhaps the challenge|should have been directed elsewhere.
"It is a melancholy truth that even...
Great men have poor relations"
- "You will hear the beat of..."|- Kipling.
- "All great truths begin..."|- Shaw.
- "Man is the only animal..."|- "That blushes
or needs to"
Mark Twain.
- Come on, Professor...|- Get out!
Yeah. I'll get out.
- Leave it alone, Claire.|- Hold on, please.
So around here,|they kick you out if you know something?
You have no idea what Crawford could do.
You're right about that.
- Do you think you should apologise?|- No.
- Do you?|- No.
You did nothing wrong.|You just beat him at his own game.
But... would be a good time to be careful.
Careful about what?
You have a gift that should allow you|to do remarkable things in life.
That is, if you don't screw it up... being a 16-year-old right now.
You got a call from the office.
Mr. Wallace, please.
As you know...
...Professor Matthews is on Faculty Board.|Dr. Spence is chair of the Trustees Board.
We've been reviewing the writing|competition submissions.
We were hoping you might clarify|some points concerning your submission.
{y:i}A Season of Faith's Perfection.
Your piece, correct?
Yeah, that's it.
It is standard policy to ask students|if they wish to credit any source material...
...or acknowledge any other writers|when turning in an assignment.
Do you wish to do that?
An essay titled "Baseball's Best Year"...
...with a subtitle that reads:
{y:i}A Season of Faith's Perfection.
Published in the "New Yorker"|and written by...
...William Forrester.
Your version is quite original, but...
...there is the title|and first paragraph to consider.
Isn't there?
Either you happen to have|William Forrester's permission...
Have you some other explanation?
That's my paper.
Then your entry is now withdrawn and|this is a matter for the board to consider.
The board does have the authority|to place you on academic probation...
...which would prevent you|from playing basketball in the future.
Since the board doesn't meet|till next week... can play in this weekend's|state championship.
But the board has a history|of taking these matters...
...quite seriously.
So we would like to suggest|what we feel is a...
...solution that may satisfy these concerns.
What matters most is to ensure|this type of violation isn't repeated.
So... will be required to write an apology|to the students you took advantage of... submitting this piece...
...and you will read it in front of my class.
I'm not reading anything.
The board will consider that when deciding|whether to renew your scholarship.
You haven't left us with too many options.
Excuse me.
Don't ever embarrass me|in front of my class.
Return the pen when you're finished.
No conventional greetings today?
Why have me rewrite something|you published?
Be careful.
Why didn't you tell me|some magazine ran it?
Why the hell should it matter?
You should have told me.
What did you do with it?
I turned it in.
I turned it in.|I had to show them something.
You promised me anything we wrote|in here would stay in here.
I know!
- I just thought...|- Shut up.
What are they telling you?
I go on probation unless I write a letter|saying I was wrong.
Then write the letter.
I'm not writing anything.
You got him, he gets you. Write the letter.
And you'd let him do that?
Is this supposed to be another lesson?
I'm tired of all these lessons.|Every time I come here.
The title of your essay is at the top|of my paper. What's the lesson in that?
I'm not the one who turned it in.
You talked all that trash|when all you had to say was:
"Keep this one here|'cause it got printed in the 'New Yorker'."
That's all you had to say.
I could use a little help.
No, that's not an option.
- You don't even have to go...|- I said, that's not an option.
Sorry, man.
I'm used to people not helping me.
Oh, Christ.|Not that self-pity father bullshit.
What did you say?
Man, fuck you, William!
The real bullshit|is you letting me take it on this one...
...'cause you're scared to walk out the door|and do something for someone else.
That's the only damn reason.
You don't know a damn thing|about reasons.
There are no reasons!
Reasons why some of us live|and some of us don't.
Fortunately for you,|you've decades to figure that out.
What's the reason for having a locked|cabinet of writing no one can ever read?
What is that, man?
I'm done with this shit.
Look, Jamal is here to pay us a visit.
What's up?
What's up, y'all?
Come on.
How does your first game|in the Garden feel?
A little closer than I thought.
That's why I thought|it might be a good time for us to talk.
I know it's been hard handling classes with|the time you have to spend on the court.
I couldn't handle it, not at this school.
Maybe it was unfair of us|to ask you to do it.
I talked to the board members|and to Crawford...
...we don't want to pursue this|any more than you do.
So, I'm here to present you with an offer.|We forget the whole thing.
Next year, your academic schedule|will be less demanding.
Crawford wanted that?
Crawford wants what's best for you...
...and for the school.
What am I supposed to do?
You hold up a championship trophy|at the end of this tournament.
You make that happen,|I'll make the rest happen.
All right?
Now, go finish up what you came to do.
Let's go, Pilgrims!
Let's go! Throw to Jamal!
Damn, man. Come on.
Jamal, get the ball!
Good pass, man.
Pick it up.
Offensive foul! That way!
10, Gold. Offensive! That way.
You got them now. Let's go.
This is still our game. We stop here,|they'll have to put us on the line.
When that happens, it's all over.|Don't lose your composure.
If they score, we don't call a time-out.|The ball goes to Hartwell or Wallace.
Okay? Hartwell or Wallace. Let's go.
What's the score?
It ain't looking good, Ma.
Foul. 22, Blue. Two shots.
Foul, Blue team, 22.|Hit, two. Go line up, guys.
Two shots.
We're going to make these.
- I can't look.|- It's gonna be all right, Ma.
Do it.
One shot.
That's game.
Thank God.|He must have come in after we left.
Let him sleep.
- I'll turn the light off.|- Turn it off and come on.
You started cleaning up your room, Jamal.
{y:i}He looks very happy with himself,|{y:i}that coyote.
Jamal, he wrote that for you.
After the game.
He's going back to the school this morning.
It's funny, though.
They always let you get but so far...
...before taking everything away from you.
God, he's such a good kid, man.|Then he gets to come back to this shit.
Is that seat open?
I think so.
This isn't where I thought I'd find you.
It's still my school.
They want me out,|they'll have to do it themselves.
They will.
"The winter's darkness and cold is but|a momentary prelude to the new spring."
"And while its grip seems endless|our own perseverance proves equal."
"We renew ourselves once again...
...seeking out the bright moments|that will serve...
...that will serve therefore..."
"Therefore serve|as the foundation of our future."
Thank you.
Professor Crawford.
May I read a few words?
What is he doing here?
Yes, of course, by all means.
Thank you, Professor.
My name is William Forrester.
Excuse me.
I'm that one.
{y:i}Losing Family.
"Losing family obliges us|to find our family."
"Not always the family that is our blood...
...but the family|that can become our blood."
"Should we have the wisdom|to open our door to this new family...
...we will find that the wishes we had|for the father, who once guided us...
...for the brother, who once inspired us..."
"The only thing left to say will be:
'I wish I had seen this,|or I wish I had done that, or I wish'..."
Most of you are too young... know what your wishes will be.
But when I read these words...
...words of hope, dreams...
...I realise that the one...
...wish that was granted to me,|so late in life...
...was the gift of friendship.
Mr. Forrester, I'm sure I speak on behalf|of everyone in thanking you for this visit.
The quality...
...of your words... something we should|all aspire to reach.
May I ask to what do we owe this honour?
Professor Crawford...
...I spoke here today|because a friend of mine wasn't allowed to.
A friend who had|the integrity to protect me...
...when I was unwilling to protect him.
His name is Jamal Wallace.
Jamal Wallace is a friend of yours?
Yes, he is.
I helped him find his own words|by starting with some of mine.
In return, he promised...
...never to say anything about me.
A promise which he kept.
While your visit seems heartfelt,|I'm sure you will appreciate... will not change or interfere...
...with this institution reaching a fair|and proper decision in this case.
There's one more issue here.
Those words that I read today...
...I didn't write them.
Jamal Wallace did.
Quiet, please.
Be still.
Quiet, please.
That has no bearing...
...on the decision concerning Mr...
As director of this competition,|I have final say in this matter.
Robert, sit down.
I have been a teacher|for more than 30 years.
That's long enough to know|that integrity counts for something.
I'd say that Mr. Forrester has cleared up...
...this matter...
...very nicely for us all.|As chairman of the Faculty Board, I have...
...the last word in that matter.
You are excused|from next week's board meeting.
Mr. Forrester...
...should you ever be interested|in a teaching position...
Jamal, these are your words?
I'm thinking you'll make|your own decisions from here on.
I thought you'd say something like,|"I always could."
No more lessons.|I have a question, though.
Those two foul shots|at the end of the game...
...did you miss them or did you miss them?
Not exactly a soup question, is it?
Let's go.
Do you think our vaudeville act today|will merit the "National Enquirer"?
Whatever happens, I'm off.
What's the word|you and your friends would use for that?
Oh, God.
Where are you off to?
I have a homeland|I haven't seen for too long.
You mean Ireland.
Scotland, for God's sake.
I'm messin' with you, man.
Be sure to write.
What's up, John?
You heard from William?
Yeah, but I don't know what he's doing.|He just checks up on the college recruiters.
I was just downstairs.|Looks like you got another one.
See you around.
- Steve Sanderson.|- How are you doing?
Thanks for coming down on short notice.
No problem.
What school are you from?
No. I'm a lawyer.|I work with Roberts & Carter.
- A lawyer.|- Yeah.
But congratulations on all that. It's great.
A bunch of guys in the office|are following you.
We're the legal representation|for William Forrester.
How is he?
Sit down.
We've received word|that William passed away.
I'm sorry.
He wanted you to have...
...these things right away.
What happened?
William had cancer.
They found it a couple of years ago.
Jamal, this is crazy.
Oh, my God.
Look at all these books.
Don't touch anything.
{y:i}Dear Jamal:
{y:i}Someone I once knew wrote|{y:i}that we walk away from our dreams...
{y:i}... afraid that we may fail, or worse yet,|{y:i}afraid we may succeed.
{y:i}While I knew so very early on|{y:i}that you would realise your dreams...
{y:i}... I never imagined|{y:i}I would once again realise my own.
{y:i}Seasons change, young man.
{y:i}While I waited until the winter of my life|{y:i}to see what I've seen this past year...
{y:i}... there is no doubt I would have|{y:i}waited too long, had it not been for you.
You gonna be here awhile, man?
Just can't watch the eyes this time.
You'll be okay, man. Come on.
Come on, man.
Get up.
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Farscape - 1x08 - That Old Black Magic
Farscape - 1x09 - DNA Mad Scientist
Farscape - 1x10 - Theyve Got a Secret
Farscape - 1x11 - Till the Blood Runs Clear
Farscape - 1x12 - Rhapsody In Blue
Farscape - 1x13 - The Flax
Farscape - 1x14 - Jeremiah Crichton
Farscape - 1x15 - Durka Returns
Farscape - 1x16 - A Human Reaction
Farscape - 1x17 - Through The Looking Glass
Farscape - 1x18 - A Bugs Life
Farscape - 1x19 - Nerve
Farscape - 1x20 - The Hidden Memory
Farscape - 1x21 - Bone To Be Wild
Farscape - 1x22 - Family Ties
Farscape - 2x01 - Mind The Baby
Farscape - 2x02 - Vitas Mortis
Farscape - 2x03 - Talking The Stone
Farscape - 2x04 - Crackers Dont Matter
Farscape - 2x05 - The Way We Werent
Farscape - 2x06 - Picture If You Will
Farscape - 2x07 - Home On The Remains
Farscape - 2x08 - Dream A Little Dream
Farscape - 2x09 - Out Of Their Minds
Farscape - 2x10 - My Three Crichtons
Farscape - 2x11 - Look At The Princess I - A Kiss Is But A Kiss
Farscape - 2x12 - Look At The Princess II - I Do I Think
Farscape - 2x13 - Look At The Princess III - The Maltese Crichton
Farscape - 2x14 - Beware Of Dog
Farscape - 2x15 - Wont Get Fooled Again
Farscape - 2x16 - The Locket
Farscape - 2x17 - The Ugly Truth
Farscape - 2x18 - A Clockwork Nebari
Farscape - 2x19 - Liars Guns and Money I - A Not So Simple Plan
Farscape - 2x20 - Liars Guns and Money II - With Friends Like These
Farscape - 2x21 - Liars Guns and Money III - Plan B
Farscape - 2x22 - Die Me Dichotomy
Farscape - 3x01 - Season Of Death
Farscape - 3x02 - Suns And Lovers
Farscape - 3x03 - Self Inflicted Wounds I - Coulda Woulda Shoulda
Farscape - 3x04 - Self Inflicted Wounds II - Wait For The Wheel
Farscape - 3x05 - Different Destinations
Farscape - 3x06 - Eat Me
Farscape - 3x07 - Thanks For Sharing
Farscape - 3x08 - Green Eyed Monster
Farscape - 3x09 - Losing Time
Farscape - 3x10 - Relativity
Farscape - 3x11 - Incubator
Farscape - 3x12 - Meltdown
Farscape - 3x13 - Scratch N Sniff
Farscape - 3x14 - Infinite Possibilities I - Daedalus Demands
Farscape - 3x15 - Infinite Possibilities II - Icarus Abides
Farscape - 3x16 - Revenging Angel
Farscape - 3x17 - The Choice
Farscape - 3x18 - Fractures
Farscape - 3x19 - I-Yensch You-Yensch
Farscape - 3x20 - Into The Lions Den I - Lambs To The Slaugher
Farscape - 3x21 - Into The Lions Den II - Wolf In Sheeps Clothing
Farscape - 3x22 - Dog With Two Bones
Farscape - 4x01 - Crichton Kicks
Farscape - 4x02 - What Was Lost (Part 1) - Sacrifice
Farscape - 4x03 - What Was Lost (Part 2) - Resurrection
Farscape - 4x04 - Lavas A Many Splendored Thing
Farscape - 4x05 - Promises
Farscape - 4x06 - Natural Election
Farscape - 4x07 - John Quixote
Farscape - 4x08 - I Shrink Therefore I Am
Farscape - 4x09 - A Prefect Murder
Farscape - 4x10 - Coup By Clam
Farscape - 4x11 - Unrealized Reality (Part 1)
Farscape - 4x12 - Kansas (Part 2)
Farscape - 4x13 - Terra Firma (Part 3)
Farscape - 4x14 - Twice Shy
Farscape - 4x15 - Mental As Anything
Farscape - 4x16 - Bringing Home The Beacon
Farscape - 4x17 - A Constellation Of Doubt
Farscape - 4x18 - Prayer
Farscape - 4x19 - We are So Screwed - Fetal Attraction (Part 1)
Farscape - 4x20 - We are So Screwed - Hot To Katratzi (Part 2)
Farscape - 4x21 - We are So Screwed - La Bomba (Part 3)
Farscape - 4x22 - Bad Timing
Farscape - The Peacekeeper Wars (Part 1)
Farscape - The Peacekeeper Wars (Part 2)
Fast And Furious
Fat Choi Spirit
Fata Morgana
Fate Ignoranti Le
Father of a Soldier (Rezo Chkheidze 1964)
Father of the Bride
Fawlty Towers
Fear Dot Com
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
Fear of Fear (Rainer Werner Fassbinder 1975)
Feed the Kitty (1952)
Fellowship of the Ring The
Female Convict Scorpion Beast Stable 1973 Shunya Ito
Female Prisoner 701 Scorpion 1972
Femme Fatale (2002)
Fiances The 1962
Fierce Creatures (1997)
Fight Club CD1
Fight Club CD2
Fighter in the Wind
Fighting Fish 2004
Fille Sur La Pont La
Filles Uniques 2003
Film That Was Never Made A
Filthy, Rich and Catflap 01x01
Filthy, Rich and Catflap 01x02
Filthy, Rich and Catflap 01x03
Filthy, Rich and Catflap 01x04
Filthy, Rich and Catflap 01x05
Filthy, Rich and Catflap 01x06
Final Countdown The 1980 CD1
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Final Destination - New Line Platinum Series
Final Fantasy
Final Friday The - Jason Goes To Hell 25fps
Final Insult The
Final Nightmare The
Finders Fee (Jeff Probst 2001)
Finding Forrester 2000
Finding Nemo
Fire in the Sky
Firefly - Serenity (pilot)
Firefly 1x01 - The train job
Firefly 1x02 - Bushwhacked
Firefly 1x03 - Shindig
Firefly 1x04 - Safe
Firefly 1x05 - Our mrs Reynolds
Firefly 1x06 - Jaynestown
Firefly 1x07 - Out of gas
Firefly 1x08 - Ariel
Firefly 1x09 - War stories
Firefly 1x10 - Trash
Firefly 1x11 - The message
Firefly 1x12 - Heart of gold
Firefly 1x13 - Objects in space
Firemens Ball The 1967
First Great Train Robbery The 1978 CD1
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First Men In The Moon 1964
First Power The
Fish Called Wanda A
Fisher King The
Fistful Of Dollars A
Fistful of Dynamite A CD1
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Five Easy Pieces 1970 CD1
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Flash Gordon CD1
Flash Gordon CD2
Flesh and Blood CD1
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Flight Of The Intruder CD1 1991
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Flipper (1996) CD1
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Flower of the Arabian Nights 1974 CD1
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Flubber 1997 CD1
Flubber 1997 CD2
Fly Away Home
Fly The (Kurt Neumann 1958)
Fog of war The 2003 limited theatrical version
For A Few Dollars More 1965
For Scent-imental Reasons (1949)
Foreigner The
Fourth Man
Frankenfish 2004
Frankenstrom 2001
Frantic (1988)
Frasier 01x01 - The Good Son
Frasier 01x02 - Space Quest
Frasier 01x03 - Dinner At Eight
Frasier 01x04 - I Hate Frasier Crane
Frasier 01x05 - Heres Looking At You
Frasier 01x06 - The Crucible
Frasier 01x07 - Call Me Irresponsible
Frasier 01x08 - Beloved Infidel
Frasier 01x09 - Selling Out
Frasier 01x10 - Oops
Frasier 01x12 - Miracle On Third Or Fourth Street
Frasier 02x01 - Slow Tango in South Seattle
Frasier 02x02 - The Unkindest Cut of All
Frasier 02x03 - Commentary by Director David Lee and Writer Joe Keenan
Frasier 02x03 - The Matchmaker
Frasier 02x04 - Flour Child
Frasier 02x05 - Dukes We Hardly Knew You
Frasier 02x06 - The Botched Language of Cranes
Frasier 02x07 - The Candidate
Frasier 02x08 - Adventures in Paradise Part 1
Frasier 02x09 - Adventures in Paradise Part 2
Frasier 02x10 - Burying a Grudge
Frasier 02x11 - Seat of Power
Frasier 02x12 - Roz in the Doghouse
Frasier 02x13 - Retirement is Murder
Frasier 02x14 - Fool Me Once Shame on You Fool Me Twice
Frasier 02x15 - You Scratch My Book
Frasier 02x16 - The Show Where Sam Shows Up
Frasier 02x17 - Daphnes Room
Frasier 02x18 - The Club
Frasier 02x19 - Someone to Watch Over Me
Frasier 02x20 - Breaking the Ice
Frasier 02x21 - An Affair to Forget
Frasier 02x22 - Agents In America Part 3
Frasier 02x23 - The Innkeepers
Frasier 02x24 - Dark Victory
Freddys Revenge A
Fredrikssons Fabrikk
Free Willy 1993
Free Willy 2 - The Adventure Home
Free Willy 3 - The Rescue
Freeway (Sous-titres)
French Connection II (1975)
French Connection The
Frenzy (1972)
Fresh (1994)
Fresh Bait 1995
Friday Night (2002)
Friday the 13th
Friday the 13th Part 8
Friends - 02x03 - the one where heckles dies
Friends - 02x09 - the one with with phoebes dad
Friends - 02x11 - the one with the lesbian wedding
Friends - 02x13 - the one after the superbowl part 2
Friends - 02x15 - the one where ross and rachel you know
Friends - 02x16 - the one where joey moves out
Friends - 02x18 - the one where dr ramoray dies
Friends - 02x20 - the one where old yeller dies
Friends - 02x22 - the one with two parties
Friends - 02x24 - the one with barry and mindys wedding
Friends - 10x01 - TOW After Joey And Rachel Kiss
Friends - 10x02 - TOW Where Ross Is Fine
Friends - 10x03 - TOW Ross Tan
Friends - 10x04 - TOW the cake
Friends - 10x05 - TOW Rachels Sister Babysits
Friends - 10x06 - TOW Rosss Grant
Friends - 10x07 - TOW The Home Study
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Friends - 10x09 - TOW the birth mother
Friends - 10x10 - TOW Chandler Gets Caught
Friends - 10x11 - TOW The Stripper Cries
Friends - 10x12 - TOW Phoebes Wedding
Friends - 10x13 - TOW Joey Speaks French
Friends - 10x14 - TOW Princess Consuela
Friends - 3 22 - The One With the Screamer
Friends - 3x01 - The One With the Princess Leia Fantasy
Friends - 3x02 - The One Where No Ones Ready
Friends - 3x03 - The One With the Jam
Friends - 3x04 - The One With the Metaphorical Tunnel
Friends - 3x05 - The One With Frank Jr
Friends - 3x06 - The One With the Flashback
Friends - 3x07 - The One With the Race Car Bed
Friends - 3x08 - The One With the Giant Poking Device
Friends - 3x09 - The One With the Football
Friends - 3x10 - The One Where Rachel Quits
Friends - 3x11 - The One Where Chandler Cant Remember
Friends - 3x12 - The One With All the Jealousy
Friends - 3x13 - The One Where Monica and Richard
Friends - 3x14 - The One With Phoebes Ex-Partner
Friends - 3x15 - The One Where Ross and Rachel Take
Friends - 3x16 - The One the Morning After
Friends - 3x17 - The One Without the Ski Trip
Friends - 3x18 - The One With the Hypnosis Tape
Friends - 3x19 - The One With the Tiny T-Shirt
Friends - 3x20 - The One With the Dollhouse
Friends - 3x21 - The One With a Chick and a Duck
Friends - 3x22 - The One With the Screamer
Friends - 3x23 - The One With Rosss Thing
Friends - 3x24 - The One With Ultimate Fighting Champ
Friends - 3x25 - The One at the Beach
Friends - 4x01 - The One With the Jellyfish
Friends - 4x02 - The One With the Cat
Friends - 4x03 - The One With the Cuffs
Friends - 4x04 - The One With the Ballroom Dancing
Friends - 4x05 - The One With Joeys New Girlfriend
Friends - 4x06 - The One With the Dirty Girl
Friends - 4x07 - The One Where Chandler Crosses
Friends - 4x08 - The One With Chandler in a Box
Friends - 4x09 - The One Where They are Going
Friends - 4x10 - The One With the Girl from
Friends - 4x11 - The One With Phoebes Uterus
Friends - 4x12 - The One With the Embryos
Friends - 4x13 - The One With Rachels Crush
Friends - 4x14 - The One With Joeys Dirty Day
Friends - 4x15 - The One With All the Rugby
Friends - 4x16 - The One With the Fake Party
Friends - 4x17 - The One With the Free Porn
Friends - 4x18 - The One With Rachels New Dress
Friends - 4x19 - The One With All the Haste
Friends - 4x20 - The One With All the Wedding Dresses
Friends - 4x21 - The One With the Invitation
Friends - 4x22 - The One With the Worst Best Man Ever
Friends - 4x23 - The One With Rosss Wedding - part 1
Friends - 4x24 - The One With Rosss Wedding - part 2
Friends - 5x01 - The One After Ross Says Rachel
Friends - 5x02 - The One With All the Kissing
Friends - 5x03 - The One Hundreth
Friends - 5x04 - The One Where Phoebe Hates PBS
Friends - 5x05 - The One With the Kips
Friends - 5x06 - The One With the Yeti
Friends - 5x07 - The One Where Ross Moves In
Friends - 5x08 - The One With All the Thanksgivins
Friends - 5x09 - The One With Rosss Sandwich
Friends - 5x10 - The One With the Inappropiate Sister
Friends - 5x11 - The One With All the Resolutions
Friends - 5x12 - The One With Chandlers Work Laugh
Friends - 5x13 - The One With Joeys Bag
Friends - 5x14 - The One Where Everyone Finds Out
Friends - 5x15 - The One With the Girl Who Hits Joey
Friends - 5x16 - The One With the Cop
Friends - 5x17 - The One With Rachels
Friends - 5x18 - The One Where Rachel Smokes
Friends - 5x19 - The One Where Ross Cant Flirt
Friends - 5x20 - The One With the Ride-Along
Friends - 5x21 - The One With the Ball
Friends - 5x22 - The One With Joeys Big Break
Friends - 5x23 - The One in Vegas
Friends - 6x01 - The One After Vegas
Friends - 6x02 - The One Where Ross Hugs Rachel
Friends - 6x03 - The One With Rosss Denial
Friends - 6x04 - The One Where Joey Loses His
Friends - 6x05 - The One With Joeys Porsche
Friends - 6x06 - The One On the Last Night
Friends - 6x07 - The One Where Phoebe Runs
Friends - 6x08 - The One With Rosss Teeth
Friends - 6x15
Friends 7x01 - The One with Monicas Thunder
Friends 7x02 - The One With Rachels Book
Friends 7x03 - The One With Phoebes Cookies
Friends 7x04 - The One With Rachels Assistant
Friends 7x05 - The One With The Engagement Picture
Friends 7x06 - The One With The Nap Partners
Friends 7x07 - The One with Rosss Library Book
Friends 7x08 - The One Where Chandler Doesnt Like Dogs
Friends 7x09 - The One With All the Candy
Friends 7x10 - The One With The Holiday Armadillo
Friends 7x11 - The One With All The Cheesecakes
Friends 7x12 - The One Where They are Up All Night
Friends 7x13 - The One Where Rosita Dies
Friends 7x14 - The One Where They All Turn Thirty
Friends 7x15 - The One With Joeys New Brain
Friends 7x16 - The One With the Truth About London
Friends 7x17 - The One With the Cheap Wedding Dress
Friends 7x18 - The One With Joeys Award
Friends 7x19 - The One With Ross and Monicas Cousin
Friends 7x20 - The One With Rachels Kisses
Friends 7x21 - The One With the Vows
Friends 7x22 - The One With Chandlers Dad
Friends 7x23 - The One With Monica and Chandlers Wedding Part 1
Friends 7x24 - The One With Monica and Chandlers Wedding Part 2
Friends 9x01 - The One Where No One Proposes
Friends 9x02 - The One Where Emma Cries
Friends 9x03 - The One With The Pediatrician
Friends 9x04 - The One With The Sharks
Friends 9x05 - The One With Phoebes Birthday Dinner
Friends 9x06 - The One With The Male Nanny
Friends 9x07 - The One With Rosss Inappropriate Song
Friends 9x08 - The One With Rachels Other Sister
Friends 9x09 - The One With Rachels Phone Number
Friends 9x10 - The One With Christmas In Tulsa
Friends 9x11 - The One Where Rachel Goes Back To Work
Friends 9x12 - The One With Phoebes Rats
Friends 9x13 - The One Where Monica Sings
Friends 9x14 - The One With The Blind Dates
Friends 9x15 - The One With The Mugging
Friends 9x16 - The One With The Boob Job
Friends 9x17 - The One With The Memorial Service
Friends 9x18 - The One With The Lottery
Friends 9x19 - The One With Rachels Dream
Friends 9x20 - The One With The Soap Opera Party
Friends 9x21 - The One With The Fertility Test
Friends 9x22 - The One With The Donor
Friends 9x23-24 - The One In Barbados 1 2)
Frisson des vampires Le
From Beijing with love
From Dusk Till Dawn
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From Hell
From Justin To Kelly (Special Edition)
Frontera La
Frusta e il corpo La
Fucking Amal
Fudoh The New Generation 1996
Fugitive The - The Chase Continues
Fugitives (2000)
Fukssvansen (Chop Chop)
Full Frontal 2002
Full Metal Jacket
Full Time Killer
Fun Movie (2002 Korean) CD1
Fun Movie (2002 Korean) CD2
Fun in Acapulco (Richard Thorpe 1963)
Funeral Parade of Roses
Funeral in Berlin
Funny Girl
Fuochi dArtifizio
Furia (2002)
Fury The (1978)
Futurama 1x01 - Space Pilot 3000
Futurama 1x02 - The Series Has Landed
Futurama 1x03 - I Roommate
Futurama 1x04 - Loves Labors Lost in Space
Futurama 1x05 - Fear of a Bot Planet
Futurama 1x06 - A Fishful of Dollars
Futurama 1x07 - My Three Suns
Futurama 1x08 - A Big Piece of Garbage
Futurama 1x09 - Hell is Other Robots
Futurama 2x01 - A Flight to Remember
Futurama 2x02 - Mars University
Futurama 2x03 - When Aliens Attack
Futurama 2x04 - Fry and the Slurm Factory
Futurama 3x01 - Amazon Women in the Mood
Futurama 3x02 - Parasites Lost
Futurama 3x03 - A Tale of Two Santas
Futurama 3x04 - The Luck of the Fryrish
Futurama 3x05 - The Birdbot of Ice-catraz
Futurama 3x06 - Bendless Love
Futurama 3x07 - The Day the Earth Stood Stupid
Futurama 3x08 - Thats Lobstertainment
Futurama 3x09 - The Cyber House Rules
Futurama 3x10 - Insane in the Mainframe
Futurama 3x10 - Where The Buggalo Roam
Futurama 3x12 - The Route of All Evil
Futurama 3x13 - Bendin in the Wind
Futurama 3x14 - Time Keeps on Slippin
Futurama 3x15 - I Dated a Robot
Futurama 3x16 - A Leela of Her Own
Futurama 3x17 - A Pharaoh To Remember
Futurama 3x18 - Anthology of Interest Part 2
Futurama 3x19 - Roswell That Ends Well
Futurama 3x20 - Godfellas
Futurama 3x21 - Future Stock
Futurama 3x22 - The 30 Iron Chef
Futurama 4x01 - Kif Gets Knocked Up a Notch
Futurama 4x02 - Leelas Homeworld
Futurama 4x03 - Love and Rocket
Futurama 4x04 - Less Than Hero
Futurama 4x05 - A Taste of Freedom
Futurama 4x06 - Bender Should Not Be Allowed on TV
Futurama 4x07 - Jurassic Bark
Futurama 4x08 - Crimes of the Hot
Futurama 4x09 - Teenage Mutant Leelas Hurdles
Futurama 4x10 - The Why of Fry
Futurama 4x11 - Where no Fan Has Gone Before
Futurama 4x12 - The Sting
Futurama 4x13 - Bend Her
Futurama 4x14 - Obsoletely Fabulous
Futurama 4x15 - The Farnsworth Parabox
Futurama 4x16 - Three Hundred Big Boys
Futurama 4x17 - Spanish Fry
Futurama 4x18 - The Devils Hands are Idle Playthings
Fyra Nyanser Av Brunt CD1
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