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第一页:片段欣赏
第二页:巧学口语
第三页:小小翻译家
第四页:文化一瞥

本片段剧情:艾肯由于坚持为玛丽辩护而遭到社会的排斥,他的女友莎拉不能理解艾肯的一意孤行,最后忍无可忍离他而去。艾肯说服了玛丽的女儿安娜,让安娜指认弟弟为真正的同谋…… ……

片段对白:

Douglas: Good evening.

Frederick Aiken: Good evening, Douglas.

Douglas: Ma'am.

Sarah: Good evening.

Douglas: Mr. Aiken, may I have a word with you?

Frederick Aiken: Of course. Would you excuse me?

Douglas: His first day on the job. I'm sorry, Mr. Aiken.

Frederick Aiken: It's all right, Douglas. It's not your fault.

Nicholas Baker: Frederick!

Frederick Aiken: Uh, Nick, would you escort Sarah upstairs for me, please?

Nicholas Baker: Sure, but, uh... Is everything all right?

Frederick Aiken: Everything's fine.

Nicholas Baker: Come on, Sarah. Even with one good leg, I can still outdance him.

Sarah: Another night, Nick.

看电影学英语:惊杀大阴谋 The Conspirator 精讲之六

Frederick Aiken: Sarah. Sarah, where are you going?

Sarah: "Conduct unbecoming."

Frederick Aiken: I'm sorry about the party.

Sarah: You think I care about the party?

Frederick Aiken: Please. Everything will be all right. I promise you.

Sarah: You are just like that woman, ready to go to the gallows for the most pointless cause. People do get left behind when you do that.

片段对白:

Douglas: Good evening.

Frederick Aiken: Good evening, Douglas.

Douglas: Ma'am.

Sarah: Good evening.

Douglas: Mr. Aiken, may I have a word with you?

Frederick Aiken: Of course. Would you excuse me?

Douglas: His first day on the job. I'm sorry, Mr. Aiken.

Frederick Aiken: It's all right, Douglas. It's not your fault.

Nicholas Baker: Frederick!

Frederick Aiken: Uh, Nick, would you escort Sarah upstairs for me, please?

Nicholas Baker: Sure, but, uh... Is everything all right?

Frederick Aiken: Everything's fine.

Nicholas Baker: Come on, Sarah. Even with one good leg, I can still outdance him.

Sarah: Another night, Nick.

Frederick Aiken: Sarah. Sarah, where are you going?

Sarah: "Conduct unbecoming."

Frederick Aiken: I'm sorry about the party.

Sarah: You think I care about the party?

Frederick Aiken: Please. Everything will be all right. I promise you.

Sarah: You are just like that woman, ready to go to the gallows for the most pointless cause. People do get left behind when you do that.

Frederick Aiken: Miss Surratt. Miss Surratt, please. Miss Surratt.

Anna Surratt: I never... asked what my brother's relationship was to Booth.

Frederick Aiken: It was at John's invitation that he first came to your home, was it not?

Anna Surratt: Yes.

Frederick Aiken: Does this picture of Booth belong to you?

Anna Surratt: I found it in a gallery one day, and I bought it.

Frederick Aiken: Your brother must have been pleased that you held his friend in such high regard.

Anna Surratt: No.

Frederick Aiken: No?

Anna Surratt: No. He told me to tear it up and throw it away.

Frederick Aiken: Why? Why did your brother tell you to destroy a photograph of his friend, Booth?

Mary Surratt: No, Mr. Aiken!

Frederick Aiken: Please.

Mary Surratt: I beg of you.

General Hunter: Please. Order!

Frederick Aiken: Miss Surratt, please. Answer my question.

Anna Surratt: I suppose he was trying to protect us.

Frederick Aiken: He was trying to protect you and your mother?

Anna Surratt: Yes.

Frederick Aiken: Why would he need to protect his family? Anna, you have to choose.

Anna Surratt: I suppose... he and Booth were planning something.

Frederick Aiken: He was planning something. Did you know what?

Anna Surratt: Of course not.

Frederick Aiken: When did you last see your brother?

Anna Surratt: He left at the beginning of April.

Frederick Aiken: Days before the assassination. Did he tell you where he was going or what he might be planning?

Anna Surratt: He only said he had to leave.

Frederick Aiken: And did you or your mother try to stop him?

Anna Surratt: Yes. But we couldn't.

Frederick Aiken: How could you? He was angry. He was frustrated with the war. He hated the Union. He would have done anything in his power, even risk his own family to aid Booth in his cause. But, Miss Surratt, did your mother conspire with John Wilkes Booth?

Anna Surratt: Absolutely not.

Frederick Aiken: Thank you. There are no more questions.

Joseph Holt: General Hunter, the government understands why Miss Surratt would be moved to the most extraordinary lengths to conceal her mother's guilt, including incriminating her own brother.

Anna Surratt: My mother is innocent.

General Hunter: Miss Surratt, you are dismissed. The government no longer deems it necessary to hold you. You are free to leave.

Anna Surratt: I just want to see my mother. Please. I'm sorry, mother. I'm sorry. Please. Please, let me see her.

Frederick Aiken: Sir, the defense would push for the Commission to show some compassion and allow a mother to see her daughter for a brief moment only.

General Hunter: We will reconvene in the morning.


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