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These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:02:29,399 --> 00:02:30,731 John Dee. 2 00:02:31,818 --> 00:02:35,311 Some pretty distractions, which you call angels, 3 00:02:35,447 --> 00:02:37,655 call forth to forget our cares. 4 00:02:38,450 --> 00:02:42,285 Some aquavit to pass this hard night for our pleasure. 5 00:02:42,996 --> 00:02:44,828 And this our gentlewoman. 6 00:02:44,956 --> 00:02:49,997 Her Majesty as... as once a virgin fashioned the whole Earth. 7 00:02:50,754 --> 00:02:54,498 So by a virgin it shall have rebirth. 8 00:02:55,133 --> 00:02:58,422 So says the old sage, wisdom. 9 00:03:04,893 --> 00:03:06,805 Dear oh Doctor John. 10 00:03:07,688 --> 00:03:09,771 Our triumphant antimony. 11 00:03:10,399 --> 00:03:12,265 Our kingdom's eyes. 12 00:03:13,276 --> 00:03:18,146 This me pleaseth to see and have discourse with angels. 13 00:03:18,281 --> 00:03:21,900 Your Majesty, the spell we cast forth 14 00:03:22,035 --> 00:03:25,824 in the name of Christ Jesus and his angelic hosts, 15 00:03:25,956 --> 00:03:31,452 calling for the fiery, spiritual creature. 16 00:03:33,255 --> 00:03:36,293 Our angel Ariel. 17 00:03:44,766 --> 00:03:46,098 Metrotron... 18 00:03:47,644 --> 00:03:52,014 ...angel commander of the ten hosts I cast for Ariel... 19 00:03:53,108 --> 00:03:54,690 ...Pearl of Fire. 20 00:03:55,861 --> 00:03:57,978 My only star. 21 00:03:58,905 --> 00:04:01,943 God's moonbeam send forth my flower. 22 00:04:04,536 --> 00:04:07,654 The smoke and ashes of ages past, 23 00:04:07,789 --> 00:04:12,124 which hangs like morning mist in veils across the universe, 24 00:04:12,919 --> 00:04:15,832 parts in swirls and eddies... 25 00:04:16,715 --> 00:04:18,707 ...and through them the shooting star, 26 00:04:18,842 --> 00:04:22,961 my angel Ariel flies with mirrored eyes, 27 00:04:23,096 --> 00:04:27,932 leaving a sparkling phosphorescent trail across the universe. 28 00:04:29,144 --> 00:04:30,476 Down. 29 00:04:31,980 --> 00:04:34,973 Down he plummets towards Earth 30 00:04:35,108 --> 00:04:39,352 through the great vacuum on the curve of infinity. 31 00:04:40,614 --> 00:04:43,357 And like a fiery rose 32 00:04:43,492 --> 00:04:45,233 he descends... 33 00:04:45,994 --> 00:04:47,610 ...to Mortlake. 34 00:05:00,050 --> 00:05:02,793 All hail, great master. 35 00:05:04,221 --> 00:05:07,430 Grave, sir. Hail. 36 00:05:10,977 --> 00:05:13,811 I come to answer thy best pleasure... 37 00:05:15,190 --> 00:05:18,558 ...be it to fly, to swim, 38 00:05:18,693 --> 00:05:20,434 to dive into the fire, 39 00:05:20,570 --> 00:05:24,610 to ride upon the curled clouds to thy strong bidding. 40 00:05:26,368 --> 00:05:29,031 Ariel. 41 00:05:29,162 --> 00:05:31,028 And all this quality. 42 00:05:31,623 --> 00:05:34,366 This vision exceedeth all expectation. 43 00:05:35,043 --> 00:05:38,036 Such an abstract never before I spied. 44 00:05:38,797 --> 00:05:42,256 An angel, Your Majesty, is the sun's true shadow. 45 00:05:43,552 --> 00:05:45,544 Spirit Ariel, 46 00:05:45,679 --> 00:05:48,797 Her Majesty wishes to have knowledge 47 00:05:48,932 --> 00:05:50,844 to swim in those pure waters, 48 00:05:50,976 --> 00:05:54,811 which are the essence of that which bind all creation. 49 00:05:55,438 --> 00:06:00,433 By me... this task shall be performed. 50 00:06:02,070 --> 00:06:07,361 For I am that pure and clarified spirit 51 00:06:07,492 --> 00:06:12,863 by which thou must turn all metals to the most pure gold. 52 00:06:15,750 --> 00:06:19,494 Sweet Majesty, pluck up thy heart and be merry... 53 00:06:21,298 --> 00:06:23,290 ...for I will reveal to thee... 54 00:06:25,010 --> 00:06:27,343 ...the shadow of this time. 55 00:06:53,330 --> 00:06:55,697 Break it up, kids. Up against the wall. 56 00:07:01,838 --> 00:07:04,626 All right. Move right up there. Come on. 57 00:07:04,758 --> 00:07:06,249 Come on! 58 00:07:07,260 --> 00:07:08,592 Quickly! 59 00:07:11,765 --> 00:07:14,303 Run! Come on! Run! 60 00:07:45,840 --> 00:07:47,581 All right, girls. 61 00:07:47,717 --> 00:07:53,759 We are now proud to welcome Miss Amyl Nitrite. 62 00:07:53,890 --> 00:07:55,802 England's glory. 63 00:07:56,267 --> 00:08:01,433 Who's going to tell us the exciting story of her misspent life. 64 00:08:05,110 --> 00:08:08,694 The world is no longer interested in heroes. 65 00:08:09,906 --> 00:08:11,863 So sad. 66 00:08:13,410 --> 00:08:17,120 We now know too much about them, don't we? 67 00:08:18,915 --> 00:08:21,498 Do you know any real heroes? 68 00:08:22,043 --> 00:08:23,375 No. 69 00:08:23,837 --> 00:08:25,248 I don't. 70 00:08:26,548 --> 00:08:31,293 Anyway, let me introduce you to Amyl Nitrite. 71 00:08:32,470 --> 00:08:35,713 She's our heroine. 72 00:08:42,564 --> 00:08:46,979 faites de vos désirs réalité. 73 00:08:47,110 --> 00:08:49,147 "Make your desires reality." 74 00:08:50,113 --> 00:08:54,949 I, myself, preferred the song "Don't Dream It, Be It." 75 00:08:57,620 --> 00:09:01,910 'In those days desires weren't allowed to become reality. 76 00:09:02,542 --> 00:09:04,909 'So fantasy was substituted for them. 77 00:09:05,045 --> 00:09:07,788 'Films, books, pictures. 78 00:09:07,922 --> 00:09:09,788 'They called it art. 79 00:09:09,924 --> 00:09:12,587 'But when you desires become reality, 80 00:09:12,719 --> 00:09:15,962 'you don't need fantasy any longer or art.' 81 00:09:33,990 --> 00:09:36,232 'I always remembered the school motto. 82 00:09:36,367 --> 00:09:39,360 'As a child my heroine was Myra Hindley. 83 00:09:39,496 --> 00:09:41,237 'Do you remember her? 84 00:09:41,372 --> 00:09:45,582 'Myra's crimes were, they said, "beyond belief." 85 00:09:46,044 --> 00:09:49,287 'That was because no-one had any imagination then. 86 00:09:49,422 --> 00:09:53,166 'They really didn't know how to make their desires reality. 87 00:09:53,301 --> 00:09:55,384 'They were not artists like Myra. 88 00:09:56,429 --> 00:09:58,842 'One can smile now at the naiveté. 89 00:10:00,934 --> 00:10:03,426 'When, on my 15th birthday, 90 00:10:03,561 --> 00:10:06,053 'law and order were finally abolished, 91 00:10:06,189 --> 00:10:10,354 'all those statistics that were a substitute for reality disappeared. 92 00:10:11,444 --> 00:10:14,027 'The crime rate dropped to zero. 93 00:10:15,824 --> 00:10:17,656 'Who believed in statistics then? 94 00:10:18,576 --> 00:10:19,987 'Only the vital ones.' 95 00:10:21,579 --> 00:10:25,243 In any case, I started to dance. 96 00:10:27,001 --> 00:10:30,620 I wanted to defy... gravity. 97 00:13:36,691 --> 00:13:38,683 'I haven't danced for a long time. 98 00:13:39,319 --> 00:13:41,982 'No-one's interested in the ballet any more. 99 00:13:42,822 --> 00:13:45,064 'But history still fascinates me. 100 00:13:45,199 --> 00:13:47,111 'It's so intangible. 101 00:13:47,243 --> 00:13:49,860 'You can weave facts anywhere you like. 102 00:13:49,996 --> 00:13:53,239 'Good guys can swap places with bad guys. 103 00:13:53,374 --> 00:13:56,117 'You might think Richard Ill of England was bad, 104 00:13:56,252 --> 00:13:57,663 'but you'd be wrong. 105 00:13:58,546 --> 00:14:01,038 'What separates Hitler from Napoleon? 106 00:14:01,174 --> 00:14:03,291 'Or even Alexander? 107 00:14:03,426 --> 00:14:07,545 'The size of the destruction or is he nearer to us in time? 108 00:14:08,556 --> 00:14:10,548 'Was Churchill a hero? 109 00:14:10,683 --> 00:14:13,016 'Did he alter history for the better? 110 00:14:14,604 --> 00:14:18,393 'Now my friend Mad on the sofa is a pyromaniac. 111 00:14:18,524 --> 00:14:21,733 'But she thinks she's a revolutionary out to better the world. 112 00:14:22,236 --> 00:14:23,568 'I'm not so sure. 113 00:14:24,822 --> 00:14:27,155 'The boys in the bed are Sphinx and Angel. 114 00:14:28,034 --> 00:14:30,196 'They're from Deptford and brothers. 115 00:14:30,328 --> 00:14:34,447 'Their relationship is quite peculiar, but they're nice enough.' 116 00:14:36,501 --> 00:14:38,993 'And over there at the washbasin is Chaos, 117 00:14:39,128 --> 00:14:40,915 'our French au pair. 118 00:14:42,590 --> 00:14:45,628 'Life in England these days is inflationary, 119 00:14:45,760 --> 00:14:47,752 'but we're carrying on regardless, 120 00:14:47,887 --> 00:14:51,426 'coping with misgovernment and idiocy on every side. 121 00:14:54,310 --> 00:14:57,644 'Carnation from Floris. 122 00:14:57,772 --> 00:15:00,435 'Not all the good things have disappeared.' 123 00:15:53,119 --> 00:15:56,078 Shit! Piss! 124 00:16:03,713 --> 00:16:07,081 - What's up, Amyl? - I've broken my Winston Churchill mug. 125 00:16:07,216 --> 00:16:09,128 Oh, look. 126 00:16:09,260 --> 00:16:10,671 Oh, Winston! 127 00:16:12,013 --> 00:16:13,925 Oh, don't worry. We'll stick him together. 128 00:16:15,016 --> 00:16:16,598 - Got a bit of glue. - Look. 129 00:16:16,726 --> 00:16:18,763 Don't worry. You got any glue? You got any glue? 130 00:16:18,895 --> 00:16:20,352 Yeah, yeah. 131 00:16:23,608 --> 00:16:26,521 "Teach Yourself History by Amyl Nitrite." 132 00:16:32,533 --> 00:16:34,570 "Number one, the history of England." 133 00:16:37,663 --> 00:16:39,404 'It all began with William the Conqueror 134 00:16:39,540 --> 00:16:42,658 'who screwed the Anglo-Saxons into the ground, 135 00:16:42,793 --> 00:16:45,331 'carving the land into theirs and ours. 136 00:16:45,463 --> 00:16:48,797 'They lived in mansions and ate beef at fat tables, 137 00:16:48,925 --> 00:16:52,839 'whilst the poor lived in houses minding the cows on a bowl of porridge, 138 00:16:52,970 --> 00:16:56,304 'whilst they pushed them around with their arrogant foreign accents. 139 00:16:56,849 --> 00:16:58,681 'There were two languages in the land...' 140 00:16:58,809 --> 00:17:00,220 What two languages? 141 00:17:00,353 --> 00:17:02,470 Chinese and Liverpudlian. How do I know? 142 00:17:02,605 --> 00:17:05,188 - What about Norman? - Norman who? 143 00:17:05,316 --> 00:17:06,852 Oh, fuck off. 144 00:17:06,984 --> 00:17:10,352 'There were two languages in the land and the seeds of war were sown. 145 00:17:10,488 --> 00:17:15,153 'At first the two sides co-existed meeting only on the racetrack and the battlefield 146 00:17:15,284 --> 00:17:17,367 'whilst they fought the rest of the world...' 147 00:17:18,663 --> 00:17:19,995 That's you, Chaos. 148 00:17:20,122 --> 00:17:22,785 '...who they despised more than each other. 149 00:17:22,917 --> 00:17:25,534 'Now one day, when there was no-one left to fight, 150 00:17:25,670 --> 00:17:28,378 'it dawned on them that the real enemy was at home 151 00:17:28,506 --> 00:17:30,919 'and that they should fight themselves. 152 00:17:31,842 --> 00:17:35,051 'Having grown greedy on the booty they had looted from the rest of the world, 153 00:17:35,179 --> 00:17:37,592 'they decided to fight with money. 154 00:17:37,723 --> 00:17:41,512 'But by now this was made with paper, so it was pretty worthless. 155 00:17:42,603 --> 00:17:46,688 'So, when they discovered this, they took to fighting with guns.' 156 00:17:50,319 --> 00:17:53,437 'The rest of the world sighed a sigh of relief to be rid of them 157 00:17:53,573 --> 00:17:55,235 'and got on with their own business. 158 00:17:56,242 --> 00:17:58,154 'And England slowly sank into the sea.' 159 00:18:00,538 --> 00:18:02,746 Who are you writing this crap for, Amyl? 160 00:18:02,873 --> 00:18:04,455 Myself. 161 00:18:05,167 --> 00:18:06,783 It's a hobby. 162 00:18:06,919 --> 00:18:09,502 When I'm not making history, I write it. 163 00:18:09,630 --> 00:18:12,213 I try to compress it. 164 00:18:12,842 --> 00:18:15,755 Be great if all history could be written on a Mandrax. 165 00:18:15,886 --> 00:18:18,924 This is how to compress it! You forget it. 166 00:18:19,056 --> 00:18:20,672 What are you doing that for? 167 00:18:20,808 --> 00:18:23,221 I'll compress you in a minute! 168 00:18:24,604 --> 00:18:26,846 Ooh, ooh! 169 00:18:27,815 --> 00:18:29,147 Fuck off, Mad! 170 00:18:29,275 --> 00:18:32,268 Help me, Sphinx. Amyl's a raving lunatic. I'm a damsel in distress. 171 00:18:33,070 --> 00:18:37,030 You clammy slag! You've sat on the KY with your fat arse. 172 00:18:37,158 --> 00:18:38,820 Oh, fuck off! 173 00:18:40,411 --> 00:18:42,528 You get it, Angel. The exercise will do you good. 174 00:18:43,247 --> 00:18:45,739 I'm going to show your brother the real thing. 175 00:18:45,875 --> 00:18:47,207 - Fuck off. - Fucking hell 176 00:18:47,335 --> 00:18:49,873 - Oh, fuck off yourself. - Who is it? 177 00:18:52,006 --> 00:18:53,338 Bod. 178 00:18:58,179 --> 00:18:59,795 Shut your eyes, all of you. 179 00:19:01,474 --> 00:19:04,342 Shut your eyes, Angel. 180 00:19:17,823 --> 00:19:19,655 I captured it in Deptford. 181 00:19:26,248 --> 00:19:27,864 It's high fashion. 182 00:19:55,903 --> 00:19:58,520 Now shall one king rise up against another... 183 00:19:59,782 --> 00:20:02,525 ...and there shall be bloodshed throughout the whole world. 184 00:20:03,911 --> 00:20:06,699 Fighting between the Devil, 185 00:20:06,831 --> 00:20:11,075 his kingdom and the kingdom of light. 186 00:21:37,296 --> 00:21:38,912 What did you say your name was again? 187 00:21:39,924 --> 00:21:41,381 Kid. 188 00:21:41,509 --> 00:21:43,375 You want some more? Have some more eggs. 189 00:21:43,511 --> 00:21:44,672 No, thank you. 190 00:21:50,810 --> 00:21:53,302 - You want a cigarette? - No, thanks. 191 00:21:55,147 --> 00:21:56,558 What do you do? 192 00:21:58,567 --> 00:22:00,809 Nothing. I'm a musician. 193 00:22:08,369 --> 00:22:10,827 You're gorgeous. 194 00:22:13,999 --> 00:22:16,491 I could get you a job with Borgia Ginz. 195 00:22:19,380 --> 00:22:21,372 He's always looking for new talent. 196 00:22:21,507 --> 00:22:23,624 He owns the media. 197 00:22:24,760 --> 00:22:27,377 My name's Crabs, by the way. 198 00:22:30,057 --> 00:22:31,548 I'm an actress. 199 00:22:32,184 --> 00:22:34,301 - Ever see "War and Peace"? - No. 200 00:22:45,573 --> 00:22:47,656 - Tea, please. - Hello, Crabs. 201 00:22:48,450 --> 00:22:51,614 Hello, Viv. Where have you been all my life? 202 00:22:51,745 --> 00:22:54,328 Now, now, Crabs. Don't worry. 203 00:22:54,456 --> 00:22:57,745 - She won't take him from you. - She's got me. 204 00:22:57,877 --> 00:22:59,493 I like a girl with talent. 205 00:22:59,628 --> 00:23:00,994 So where's Amyl? 206 00:23:01,130 --> 00:23:03,213 Burning the midnight oil. 207 00:23:04,508 --> 00:23:07,376 Working on her decline and fall. 208 00:23:14,435 --> 00:23:16,802 - Who's that? - That's Bod. 209 00:23:16,937 --> 00:23:18,724 She's royalty. 210 00:23:19,273 --> 00:23:22,766 Don't like the way she looks. She's like a fella in a suit like that. 211 00:23:22,902 --> 00:23:24,734 Erm, I think it's kinda nice. 212 00:23:25,821 --> 00:23:29,690 She liberated it from a Russian diplomat she fucked at the Dorchester. 213 00:23:29,825 --> 00:23:32,533 After he came, she put his clothes on in the dark. 214 00:23:32,661 --> 00:23:36,075 She found £1,000 in the jacket. 215 00:23:36,206 --> 00:23:37,663 Wears it for luck now. 216 00:23:37,791 --> 00:23:39,123 You're a sucker for sex! 217 00:23:39,251 --> 00:23:41,959 Why don't you keep up with the times, Crabs? 218 00:23:42,087 --> 00:23:44,124 You're an antique, like this place! 219 00:23:47,259 --> 00:23:48,670 What's the postcard, Mad? 220 00:23:49,136 --> 00:23:50,547 It's New York. 221 00:23:52,139 --> 00:23:54,131 And you can forget it. 222 00:23:54,266 --> 00:23:57,680 It just had the bread to con the rest of the world. 223 00:23:57,811 --> 00:24:00,599 America's dead. It's never been alive. 224 00:24:06,278 --> 00:24:08,861 Montelimar. 225 00:24:10,282 --> 00:24:11,614 It had better be. 226 00:24:11,742 --> 00:24:13,779 Why don't you read the label, Bod? 227 00:24:19,541 --> 00:24:21,749 All these ruins. 228 00:24:22,544 --> 00:24:25,332 All this concrete, Britain's last. 229 00:24:25,464 --> 00:24:28,252 And people who made them are utterly forgotten. 230 00:24:29,093 --> 00:24:30,504 The prisons we live in today 231 00:24:30,636 --> 00:24:33,219 might have taken more than a day to build, 232 00:24:33,347 --> 00:24:36,010 but it doesn't take long to destroy them. 233 00:24:37,267 --> 00:24:40,055 You cow! Get out of my place! 234 00:24:40,187 --> 00:24:42,224 Oh, God! 235 00:24:42,356 --> 00:24:44,939 - Oh, look at this. - Come on, Viv. Let's split. 236 00:24:45,067 --> 00:24:46,433 Goodbye. 237 00:24:47,611 --> 00:24:49,728 Come on, Angel. Before she bums the place down. 238 00:24:49,863 --> 00:24:52,571 No-one's going to help you, so help yourself! 239 00:24:52,700 --> 00:24:54,032 Ouch! 240 00:24:57,871 --> 00:24:59,407 Disgusting. 241 00:25:05,170 --> 00:25:06,706 No. 242 00:25:08,132 --> 00:25:09,998 If your house is ugly, then burn it. 243 00:25:10,592 --> 00:25:14,006 If the street you live in depresses you, then bulldoze 'em down. 244 00:25:20,394 --> 00:25:23,057 And if the cook can't cook, then you kill her, all right? 245 00:25:40,789 --> 00:25:42,951 For a moment I thought you were going to kill her. 246 00:25:43,792 --> 00:25:45,328 Just dress rehearsal. 247 00:25:51,175 --> 00:25:54,839 Oh, I was glad to get away. Mad's so crazy. 248 00:25:54,970 --> 00:25:58,805 - Not to worry. - She's right. That's what upsets me. 249 00:25:58,932 --> 00:26:00,264 Bit bare in here, innit? 250 00:26:00,392 --> 00:26:02,224 Well, she's got a bed, in't she? 251 00:26:02,352 --> 00:26:03,718 What do you do in here all day? 252 00:26:03,854 --> 00:26:05,220 I'm a painter. 253 00:26:06,315 --> 00:26:07,681 An artist. 254 00:26:15,199 --> 00:26:17,486 Very good. 255 00:26:17,618 --> 00:26:19,610 Didn't know there was any artists any more. 256 00:26:19,745 --> 00:26:21,987 Yeah, there aren't. Painting's extinct. 257 00:26:22,122 --> 00:26:23,863 Art isn't. 258 00:26:23,999 --> 00:26:25,865 It's just a habit. 259 00:26:26,001 --> 00:26:29,620 I started painting when I was eight, copying dinosaurs from a picture book. 260 00:26:30,923 --> 00:26:32,789 It was prophetic. 261 00:26:32,925 --> 00:26:35,338 - I'm alive. - So am I. 262 00:26:36,053 --> 00:26:38,545 Artists steal the world's energy. 263 00:26:38,680 --> 00:26:41,764 - Bet they never get caught - Always. 264 00:26:42,810 --> 00:26:44,346 They become blood donors. 265 00:26:45,312 --> 00:26:49,306 Their lifeblood drips away until they're bled dry. 266 00:26:50,567 --> 00:26:52,149 And the people who control the world 267 00:26:52,277 --> 00:26:56,647 make it as inaccessible as possible by driving the artists into corners. 268 00:26:57,449 --> 00:26:59,406 You see, it's dangerous. 269 00:27:00,452 --> 00:27:03,195 Our only hope is to recreate ourselves 270 00:27:03,330 --> 00:27:06,494 as artists or anarchists, if you like, 271 00:27:06,625 --> 00:27:09,163 and release the energy for all. 272 00:27:11,130 --> 00:27:12,587 My brother's an artist. 273 00:27:13,549 --> 00:27:14,881 A piss artist. 274 00:27:39,324 --> 00:27:41,236 What a fucking awful day. 275 00:27:42,828 --> 00:27:46,071 - Height of new wave, don't you think? - Oh, give us a break. 276 00:27:46,206 --> 00:27:49,620 I'm going to make it into a crash helmet. That'd give it some use. 277 00:27:49,751 --> 00:27:51,583 Mmm. That would be distinctive. 278 00:27:51,712 --> 00:27:54,375 Why didn't you steal the pearls, as well? 279 00:27:55,090 --> 00:27:56,581 I never liked pearls. 280 00:27:57,634 --> 00:27:59,000 Or oysters. 281 00:27:59,136 --> 00:28:02,254 Yeah, pearls are for the pure. 282 00:28:02,764 --> 00:28:05,381 And the world's your oyster, so swallow it. 283 00:28:17,279 --> 00:28:19,896 - What's that? - It's "Top of the Pops". 284 00:28:20,032 --> 00:28:21,364 What again? 285 00:28:21,491 --> 00:28:24,575 Yeah, they believe in overkill. 286 00:28:26,580 --> 00:28:29,493 Mmm, he's cute. Who is it? 287 00:28:32,336 --> 00:28:34,293 How should I know? 288 00:28:35,589 --> 00:28:38,172 Now, come on, you morons. 289 00:28:40,219 --> 00:28:42,586 What are we going to do this evening? 290 00:28:44,890 --> 00:28:48,509 Only thing that's open after 11 in this fucking country are the police cells. 291 00:28:48,644 --> 00:28:52,763 Right on, Bod! If you're bored, join the National Front! 292 00:28:53,982 --> 00:28:56,440 Why don't you take up embroidery, doll? 293 00:28:56,568 --> 00:28:57,900 Hm. 294 00:28:58,028 --> 00:29:02,944 There's so little electricity in this country, maybe it's fused. 295 00:29:11,792 --> 00:29:15,035 Ah, real help at last. 296 00:29:17,172 --> 00:29:18,504 Hello? 297 00:29:19,466 --> 00:29:20,798 Who? 298 00:29:21,468 --> 00:29:22,800 What? 299 00:29:22,928 --> 00:29:25,887 Most people would hang up. She's hanging on for dear life. 300 00:29:26,014 --> 00:29:27,721 Oh, yes, I'd love to come. 301 00:29:28,725 --> 00:29:30,637 Who is it? God? 302 00:29:30,769 --> 00:29:32,681 Borgia Ginz. 303 00:29:32,813 --> 00:29:34,600 The impresario. 304 00:29:35,190 --> 00:29:37,728 He wants my opinion on his latest find. 305 00:29:37,859 --> 00:29:39,600 - Are you going? - Of course. 306 00:29:39,736 --> 00:29:43,104 Oh, how the mighty are fallen. 307 00:29:43,240 --> 00:29:44,902 She's got no principles. 308 00:29:45,033 --> 00:29:47,946 I thought you were going to introduce me to Borgia Ginz. 309 00:29:48,078 --> 00:29:51,412 Ah, I don't give away my connections that easily. 310 00:29:51,540 --> 00:29:54,578 You've got to convince me you're worth it first. 311 00:29:55,419 --> 00:29:57,877 And she doesn't need much convincing, dear. 312 00:30:00,799 --> 00:30:02,916 Anyway, I'm going. 313 00:30:03,051 --> 00:30:08,718 Well... she's in for a surprise. 314 00:30:17,316 --> 00:30:19,774 You wanna know my story, babe? 315 00:30:20,569 --> 00:30:22,356 It's easy. 316 00:30:23,322 --> 00:30:27,111 This is the generation who grew up 317 00:30:27,242 --> 00:30:30,110 and forgot to lead their lives. 318 00:30:30,996 --> 00:30:36,492 They were so busy watching my endless movie. 319 00:30:38,086 --> 00:30:40,578 It's power, babe. Power. 320 00:30:41,173 --> 00:30:45,167 I don't create it. I own it. 321 00:30:47,929 --> 00:30:52,549 I sucked and sucked and I sucked. 322 00:30:53,352 --> 00:30:56,766 The media became their only reality 323 00:30:56,897 --> 00:31:01,813 and I own their world of flickering shadows. 324 00:31:01,943 --> 00:31:04,401 BBC, TUC. 325 00:31:04,529 --> 00:31:08,694 ITV, ABC, ATV. 326 00:31:08,825 --> 00:31:11,317 MGM. 327 00:31:12,954 --> 00:31:16,698 KGB! 328 00:31:17,709 --> 00:31:20,167 C of E. 329 00:31:21,380 --> 00:31:23,622 You name it, 330 00:31:23,757 --> 00:31:29,003 I bought them all and rearranged the alphabet. 331 00:31:29,137 --> 00:31:33,882 Without me, they don't exist. 332 00:31:55,831 --> 00:31:57,618 My God. 333 00:31:59,209 --> 00:32:01,576 It's Amyl Nitrite! 334 00:32:08,510 --> 00:32:13,255 She's England's entry for the Eurovision Song Contest. 335 00:32:13,390 --> 00:32:15,928 She's my number one. 336 00:35:02,058 --> 00:35:05,597 'To you, Elizabeth of England, is granted the greater vision. 337 00:35:06,187 --> 00:35:09,225 'That man perceives but little and rarely. 338 00:35:10,650 --> 00:35:14,690 'Beyond this labyrinth and the serpent of memory 339 00:35:14,821 --> 00:35:19,156 'is the still point of the world, that gateway which men seek. 340 00:35:19,951 --> 00:35:23,490 'It is everywhere and nowhere. 341 00:35:24,080 --> 00:35:25,912 'It is here and now. 342 00:35:26,875 --> 00:35:30,744 'Rounded time turns in a circle throughout infinity. 343 00:35:31,755 --> 00:35:36,625 In you is the beginning and the end 344 00:35:36,760 --> 00:35:38,626 'and the forgetfulness beyond. 345 00:35:39,638 --> 00:35:43,757 'He who murders will swim in blood, 346 00:35:43,892 --> 00:35:46,805 'lapping against the bounds of time. 347 00:35:47,812 --> 00:35:50,395 'But he who sings with joy 348 00:35:50,523 --> 00:35:53,641 'will be continuously greeted with joyfulness. 349 00:35:54,778 --> 00:35:58,613 'Every deed you accomplish accompanies you throughout time.' 350 00:36:01,326 --> 00:36:04,569 Consider the world's diversity. 351 00:36:04,704 --> 00:36:06,240 And worship it. 352 00:36:07,457 --> 00:36:10,325 By denying its multiplicity, 353 00:36:10,460 --> 00:36:13,168 you deny your own true nature. 354 00:36:14,339 --> 00:36:19,676 Equality prevails not for the gods' sake, but for man's. 355 00:36:20,637 --> 00:36:22,503 Men are weak 356 00:36:22,639 --> 00:36:25,177 and cannot endure their manifold nature. 357 00:36:44,035 --> 00:36:47,528 He's great, isn't he? I picked him up at the road block. 358 00:36:47,664 --> 00:36:50,657 - What's your name? - Happy Days. 359 00:36:51,167 --> 00:36:53,329 And where are you from? 360 00:36:53,461 --> 00:36:55,418 World's end. 361 00:36:55,547 --> 00:36:57,083 Why do you encourage them, Crabs? 362 00:36:57,841 --> 00:36:59,582 You'll only get the clap. 363 00:36:59,718 --> 00:37:02,586 Come, shit, you virgin queen. 364 00:37:02,721 --> 00:37:04,553 Where were you last night? 365 00:37:08,017 --> 00:37:12,136 Anyway, I like him. He's got a great arse. 366 00:37:12,272 --> 00:37:14,480 Yeah, he's a real sex object. 367 00:37:14,607 --> 00:37:17,771 A real cute sex object. 368 00:37:18,903 --> 00:37:21,896 Oh, back to work! No tea breaks! 369 00:37:22,031 --> 00:37:24,614 For Christ's sake, Crabs, leave off! 370 00:37:25,118 --> 00:37:27,576 What do you see in these damn studs anyway? 371 00:37:28,163 --> 00:37:30,871 Hey, you, why don't you push off? 372 00:37:30,999 --> 00:37:34,037 - Oh, leave the guy alone. - Fuck off. 373 00:37:34,169 --> 00:37:37,037 He's better than a vibrator and bigger. 374 00:37:38,965 --> 00:37:41,582 Don't worry about her. Her parents were Christians. 375 00:37:41,718 --> 00:37:44,005 She was born with a hang-up. 376 00:37:47,098 --> 00:37:50,091 - I'm coming! - Hang on. 377 00:37:50,226 --> 00:37:52,218 Oh, another hit- and-run merchant! 378 00:37:52,353 --> 00:37:55,596 Just hold it, mate, or it's curtains for you! Don't you spurt! 379 00:37:55,732 --> 00:37:57,223 I'm going to tell you. 380 00:37:58,735 --> 00:38:01,603 They all wanna cream as quick as a flash of zipper. 381 00:38:01,738 --> 00:38:03,479 He's a lower form of life. 382 00:38:04,699 --> 00:38:07,237 A blue movie for breakfast is more than I can stomach. 383 00:38:07,368 --> 00:38:08,825 Oh, I like to watch. 384 00:38:12,123 --> 00:38:14,786 - Fucking hell! - Oh, neat. 385 00:38:14,918 --> 00:38:16,534 Just right, man. Hold it. 386 00:38:17,796 --> 00:38:20,288 You fucking... Look at me. 387 00:38:26,763 --> 00:38:28,095 Neat, neat, neat. 388 00:38:49,869 --> 00:38:51,485 Do you think he's dead? 389 00:38:52,247 --> 00:38:54,910 Dial 999. 390 00:40:15,455 --> 00:40:16,787 Right. 391 00:40:17,707 --> 00:40:20,541 One, two, three. And... 392 00:40:20,668 --> 00:40:23,206 Hold on. Wait. Christ. 393 00:40:23,338 --> 00:40:25,455 Heave-ho! 394 00:40:37,518 --> 00:40:38,884 Makes me rather sad. 395 00:40:39,020 --> 00:40:40,807 Oh, cut it out Crabs. 396 00:40:41,773 --> 00:40:45,232 Well, just for a moment I thought he was the one. 397 00:40:47,070 --> 00:40:48,902 Go on, laugh. I really did. 398 00:40:49,030 --> 00:40:51,738 Shit, your mind's really blown, Crabs. 399 00:40:52,784 --> 00:40:54,275 Why are you all against me? 400 00:40:54,410 --> 00:40:55,901 We're not. 401 00:40:56,037 --> 00:40:58,780 We're just trying to save you from yourself. 402 00:40:58,915 --> 00:41:02,204 Yeah, your mind's like a faded collage 403 00:41:02,335 --> 00:41:06,500 of Penthouse and true romance. 404 00:41:07,840 --> 00:41:09,957 Just for a moment I fell in love with him. 405 00:41:10,843 --> 00:41:13,586 Love snuffed it with the hippies. 406 00:41:13,721 --> 00:41:16,384 Sex is for geriatrics. 407 00:41:16,516 --> 00:41:18,508 The mindless. 408 00:42:21,622 --> 00:42:23,033 Well, Viv... 409 00:42:24,042 --> 00:42:26,159 ...it's your turn now. 410 00:42:26,294 --> 00:42:27,785 We're stepping back. 411 00:42:28,671 --> 00:42:34,042 Us boys, we've been in the limelight now 5,000 years. 412 00:42:34,177 --> 00:42:35,713 Great, innit? 413 00:42:36,304 --> 00:42:38,921 He hands over to you just as time's running out. 414 00:42:39,057 --> 00:42:41,390 - Mm. - When there's no chance. 415 00:42:42,602 --> 00:42:44,218 That's what I call friendship. 416 00:42:45,938 --> 00:42:48,055 Well, I mean, the end's inevitable. 417 00:42:49,358 --> 00:42:50,974 It's either now or later. 418 00:42:52,487 --> 00:42:54,649 It's what makes the present so vital. 419 00:42:58,493 --> 00:43:00,906 Take your partners for the last waltz. 420 00:43:07,251 --> 00:43:08,583 I love you. 421 00:43:09,629 --> 00:43:10,995 And I love you, Angel. 422 00:43:13,925 --> 00:43:15,666 I love you both. 423 00:43:16,427 --> 00:43:17,759 Both of you. 424 00:43:19,555 --> 00:43:21,672 You seem to have got things sorted out. 425 00:43:25,561 --> 00:43:27,518 Well, why look for anything else? 426 00:43:28,815 --> 00:43:30,431 Life's too short. 427 00:43:31,526 --> 00:43:35,566 All that desperate search for one place that's better than the next. 428 00:43:57,260 --> 00:43:58,626 My brother's great, in't he? 429 00:44:01,055 --> 00:44:02,387 Perfect. 430 00:44:10,773 --> 00:44:13,937 It's a nice day. Let's go out. 431 00:44:15,319 --> 00:44:16,651 Piss off. 432 00:44:17,446 --> 00:44:19,938 It's the biggest studio in the world, Kid. 433 00:44:20,074 --> 00:44:22,191 Borgia bought it from the liquidator. 434 00:44:22,326 --> 00:44:23,692 Christ, it's huge. 435 00:44:23,828 --> 00:44:25,820 Borgia does everything with style. 436 00:44:25,955 --> 00:44:27,912 You didn't believe me, did you? 437 00:44:44,515 --> 00:44:47,599 Sir... that was Wall Street. 438 00:44:49,145 --> 00:44:52,855 They say the dollar's crashing since you withdrew your support. 439 00:44:53,608 --> 00:44:59,775 I'm not interested in peanuts economy, Schmeltzer. 440 00:44:59,906 --> 00:45:05,994 Now, let's get down to the real business. 441 00:45:08,664 --> 00:45:14,581 Well, sir, we've sold 50-million copies of Paranoia Paradise in Moscow alone 442 00:45:14,712 --> 00:45:17,329 in the last three days. 443 00:45:17,465 --> 00:45:19,707 Lounge Lizard's number one. 444 00:45:19,842 --> 00:45:23,210 As long as the music's loud enough, 445 00:45:23,346 --> 00:45:27,010 we won't hear the world falling apart. 446 00:45:48,037 --> 00:45:49,573 Oh... excuse me, sir. 447 00:45:50,164 --> 00:45:52,702 There was a message earlier from M-Madame Mao. 448 00:45:53,709 --> 00:45:55,416 She said she wanted to be in a film. 449 00:45:55,962 --> 00:46:00,423 She won't be in this one, I can assure you. 450 00:46:23,447 --> 00:46:25,484 E-E-Excuse me, Mr Ginz, 451 00:46:25,616 --> 00:46:28,279 but it's M-Miss Crabs to see you. 452 00:46:30,413 --> 00:46:31,995 Hi there, Borgia. 453 00:46:32,123 --> 00:46:35,912 I hope I'm not interrupting, but, er, this is strictly business. 454 00:46:36,043 --> 00:46:38,410 I've been doing a little talent scouting for you. 455 00:46:39,046 --> 00:46:42,460 He's called the Kid, but he's pure sex. 456 00:46:43,050 --> 00:46:44,882 I'm going to be his manager! 457 00:46:46,595 --> 00:46:47,927 - Mmm. - Well. 458 00:46:49,974 --> 00:46:52,011 What can I do for you? 459 00:46:53,853 --> 00:46:59,724 Or rather... what can you do for me? 460 00:47:02,695 --> 00:47:05,813 Hello, Mr Ginz... Ginz. 461 00:47:05,948 --> 00:47:08,486 Oh, you see! He's a natural. 462 00:47:08,617 --> 00:47:10,574 He's going to be the new Garbo! 463 00:47:12,621 --> 00:47:15,034 Garbo is very profitable. 464 00:47:15,791 --> 00:47:20,502 I'll take him into the theatre and audition him. 465 00:47:21,797 --> 00:47:25,040 Just for you, Crabs. 466 00:47:26,635 --> 00:47:29,628 Oh, poor Bod, she'll be so jealous. 467 00:47:31,182 --> 00:47:32,798 I don't care about the money. 468 00:47:33,434 --> 00:47:35,050 I just don't wanna get ripped off. 469 00:47:35,186 --> 00:47:37,018 Oh! 470 00:47:58,626 --> 00:48:00,868 - Oh! - Oh, you useless prat! 471 00:48:15,559 --> 00:48:17,425 I know where there's some lovely flowers. 472 00:48:17,561 --> 00:48:18,847 Really? 473 00:48:20,147 --> 00:48:21,479 Where? 474 00:48:22,024 --> 00:48:23,515 Max's. 475 00:48:23,651 --> 00:48:25,142 It's a bit far, innit? 476 00:48:27,279 --> 00:48:28,861 We can go by car. 477 00:49:01,355 --> 00:49:02,937 - Good old Max. - You'll love him. 478 00:49:03,065 --> 00:49:04,852 Oh, good. 479 00:49:11,282 --> 00:49:13,023 - Hello, Max! - Hi, Max. 480 00:49:13,159 --> 00:49:15,947 This is Viv. She's a friend. 481 00:49:16,078 --> 00:49:18,035 - All right, girl. - Hi. 482 00:49:18,164 --> 00:49:20,247 OK, come in. We're round the back. 483 00:49:21,208 --> 00:49:23,700 Poor soul. Praying for rain, eh? 484 00:49:27,965 --> 00:49:30,423 - Hello, Bod. - Hello. 485 00:49:36,390 --> 00:49:39,007 - What a crazy garden, Max. - Yeah. 486 00:49:39,143 --> 00:49:42,011 I had a bad case of weeds, so I sprayed it all with poison. 487 00:49:42,605 --> 00:49:46,394 It looked a bit sad then, so I planted all these plastic petunias. Hmm. 488 00:49:47,359 --> 00:49:50,602 Max has been telling me about his adventures as a mercenary, 489 00:49:50,738 --> 00:49:52,104 since he left the army. 490 00:49:52,239 --> 00:49:54,526 Ah, the army was a fucking con. 491 00:49:54,658 --> 00:49:56,820 It was a way of solving the unemployment problem 492 00:49:56,952 --> 00:49:58,693 before they gave up entirely. 493 00:49:58,829 --> 00:50:02,698 You're more likely to die of red tape in the Guards than a bullet. 494 00:50:02,833 --> 00:50:06,747 I ran a side line, selling the boys to the local punters in the pub. 495 00:50:06,879 --> 00:50:10,372 The army sees more action in bed these days. 496 00:50:12,218 --> 00:50:14,335 Ah, no, damn it. 497 00:50:14,470 --> 00:50:16,507 This carnation's got mildew. 498 00:50:18,724 --> 00:50:21,091 Yeah, we never got a chance to kill anyone in the army. 499 00:50:21,227 --> 00:50:24,686 So I used to kill the weeds in the garden of an evening instead. Hmm. 500 00:50:24,813 --> 00:50:26,770 It must have been frustrating in the army. 501 00:50:26,899 --> 00:50:28,231 You're not kidding. 502 00:50:28,859 --> 00:50:32,352 We're sitting on enough megatons to blast the sunrise into the west 503 00:50:32,488 --> 00:50:34,980 and no-one's prepared to press the fucking button. 504 00:50:35,115 --> 00:50:38,108 It's a bleeding waste. I mean, think what it all cost. 505 00:50:38,244 --> 00:50:39,610 I pay my taxes. 506 00:50:39,745 --> 00:50:43,238 They're probably so bored they haven't got the energy. 507 00:50:43,374 --> 00:50:45,161 Yeah. 508 00:50:45,292 --> 00:50:48,535 War got so big it lost all contact with people. 509 00:50:48,671 --> 00:50:51,288 Yeah, well, the reaction's set in. 510 00:50:51,423 --> 00:50:53,460 It's moved back onto the streets. 511 00:50:54,426 --> 00:50:56,292 Politicians helped, though. 512 00:50:56,428 --> 00:50:59,592 They demoralised everyone so much talking about devalued money, 513 00:50:59,723 --> 00:51:01,885 except it was almost that was cared about, 514 00:51:02,017 --> 00:51:04,179 their popularity died with the pound. 515 00:51:04,853 --> 00:51:06,936 It's funny how when you try for one thing, 516 00:51:07,064 --> 00:51:08,680 you end up with another. 517 00:51:08,816 --> 00:51:11,183 Personally, though, I prefer the world dead. 518 00:51:11,318 --> 00:51:12,854 I mean, it's cleaner. 519 00:51:14,446 --> 00:51:18,565 My idea of a perfect garden is a remembrance poppy field. 520 00:51:21,453 --> 00:51:23,365 There's a caterpillar. 521 00:51:23,497 --> 00:51:25,739 There's a fucking caterpillar in the tulips. 522 00:51:27,376 --> 00:51:28,912 Eugh! 523 00:51:29,503 --> 00:51:31,210 What the hell! It's full of protein. 524 00:51:33,882 --> 00:51:36,124 Hey, hey, come down to the bingo parlour tonight. 525 00:51:36,260 --> 00:51:37,296 You might win a prize. 526 00:51:37,428 --> 00:51:38,794 - Right. - Ta-ra. 527 00:51:38,929 --> 00:51:40,670 - See you down there. - Ta-ra. 528 00:51:41,181 --> 00:51:42,763 - Ta-ra. - Ta-ra. 529 00:51:47,938 --> 00:51:49,349 Fucking nutters. 530 00:53:35,087 --> 00:53:37,204 You're signed up. 531 00:53:37,339 --> 00:53:41,208 Now, what are we going to call you? 532 00:53:42,219 --> 00:53:44,302 Scum. 533 00:53:48,600 --> 00:53:51,138 That's it, that's it. 534 00:53:51,270 --> 00:53:53,136 Scum. 535 00:53:54,231 --> 00:53:56,097 That's commercial. 536 00:53:57,484 --> 00:54:01,273 It's all they deserve. 537 00:54:01,405 --> 00:54:03,988 - You're great. - Plastic surgery 538 00:54:04,116 --> 00:54:05,607 Really, you're great. 539 00:54:05,743 --> 00:54:08,781 Take my advice, keep away from her. 540 00:54:10,164 --> 00:54:12,030 She'd sell her soul for a couple of inches. 541 00:54:12,166 --> 00:54:15,409 Look, the music industry's dead. 542 00:54:16,211 --> 00:54:19,045 You're better off on the streets. It's not worth it. 543 00:54:19,173 --> 00:54:21,085 He'll steal your voice. 544 00:54:21,216 --> 00:54:22,707 He'll sell it. 545 00:54:22,843 --> 00:54:25,586 He doesn't care if the mindless public hears your words or not. 546 00:54:25,721 --> 00:54:27,132 He just wants to package you. 547 00:54:27,264 --> 00:54:28,675 When he's through with you, 548 00:54:28,807 --> 00:54:31,595 you'll just be another face on another cover. 549 00:54:32,227 --> 00:54:35,345 Hey, why don't you come along and sing to me, huh? 550 00:54:54,416 --> 00:54:56,328 And the Devil came unto him... 551 00:54:57,711 --> 00:55:00,454 ...and took him to a very high place... 552 00:55:01,799 --> 00:55:04,633 ...and he showed him all the boroughs of London. 553 00:55:06,553 --> 00:55:09,296 And then the Devil said, 554 00:55:09,431 --> 00:55:14,176 "I'll give you all this if you' Il go down on your knees." 555 00:55:16,063 --> 00:55:17,099 And he answered... 556 00:55:17,940 --> 00:55:21,058 ...knowing full well it was built by the Department of the Environment 557 00:55:21,193 --> 00:55:22,900 and was a rip-off... 558 00:55:24,446 --> 00:55:26,312 ... "Fuck off, Satan." 559 00:55:27,950 --> 00:55:31,364 And Satan left. 560 00:55:31,495 --> 00:55:35,159 - And an angel came. - Yes. 561 00:55:35,874 --> 00:55:38,457 And ministered unto him. 562 00:55:38,585 --> 00:55:40,577 Oh! 563 00:55:47,135 --> 00:55:49,548 That's where Angel and I was born. 564 00:55:51,139 --> 00:55:54,098 We never lived below the 14th floor till I was old enough to run away. 565 00:55:55,310 --> 00:55:57,222 Never saw the ground till I was four. 566 00:55:58,647 --> 00:56:00,684 Just locked alone with the telly all day. 567 00:56:02,317 --> 00:56:04,104 First time I saw flowers I freaked. 568 00:56:05,195 --> 00:56:06,982 I was frightened of dandelions. 569 00:56:08,073 --> 00:56:10,531 My old gran picked one once, I had hysterics. 570 00:56:13,078 --> 00:56:16,367 Everything in that tower block was regulated. 571 00:56:17,457 --> 00:56:21,371 Planned by the social planners to the lowest common denominator. 572 00:56:22,629 --> 00:56:24,666 Sight, concrete. 573 00:56:25,507 --> 00:56:26,964 Sound, the telly. 574 00:56:28,010 --> 00:56:30,468 Touch, plastic. Taste, plastic. 575 00:56:31,889 --> 00:56:34,427 Seasons regulated by thermostat. 576 00:56:35,183 --> 00:56:37,926 Once a year my mum and dad 577 00:56:38,061 --> 00:56:40,644 dusted down the plastic Christmas tree 578 00:56:40,772 --> 00:56:42,764 and exchanged pathetic presents. 579 00:56:45,777 --> 00:56:47,564 Didn't know I was dead till I was 15. 580 00:56:50,282 --> 00:56:52,239 Never experienced love or hate. 581 00:56:55,454 --> 00:56:57,320 My generation's the blank generation. 582 00:57:02,961 --> 00:57:05,328 Mm! Two! 583 00:57:08,508 --> 00:57:10,875 Home and dry! It's my lucky day! 584 00:57:11,011 --> 00:57:12,377 And you threw a double. 585 00:57:24,024 --> 00:57:27,517 Mm. I've won a beauty contest. Second prize. 586 00:57:27,653 --> 00:57:30,020 - Ah. - You'd only won second. 587 00:57:30,155 --> 00:57:31,487 First. 588 00:57:31,615 --> 00:57:33,823 Collect £10 from each player. 589 00:57:34,660 --> 00:57:36,071 And quick. 590 00:57:39,706 --> 00:57:42,073 I'll trade Whitehall for Piccadilly. 591 00:57:42,209 --> 00:57:44,576 - Don't do it, Crabs. - Oh, shut up. 592 00:57:44,711 --> 00:57:47,579 I'll give you Piccadilly. 593 00:57:49,216 --> 00:57:51,082 £200 cash. 594 00:57:51,218 --> 00:57:52,550 Ah! 595 00:57:53,095 --> 00:57:56,930 - A deal under the table. - Hm. 596 00:57:57,057 --> 00:58:00,641 - And all of British Rail. - Oh! 597 00:58:00,769 --> 00:58:03,978 What's a nice girl like you doing trading Piccadilly? 598 00:58:04,106 --> 00:58:05,642 You'd be lost without it. 599 00:58:06,608 --> 00:58:08,474 I'm spaced. 600 00:58:10,112 --> 00:58:11,478 Let's call a halt. 601 00:58:12,990 --> 00:58:15,983 - I'm winning in any case. - Win what? 602 00:58:16,118 --> 00:58:20,704 Anyone who can afford to build hotels on the Old Kent Road's bound to. 603 00:58:22,791 --> 00:58:25,534 I'm going to make some tea. Anybody want any? 604 00:58:25,669 --> 00:58:27,285 - Uh-uh. - Uh-uh. 605 00:58:27,421 --> 00:58:29,333 Go and get the black book, Amyl. 606 00:58:30,007 --> 00:58:31,498 Let's plan the future. 607 00:58:50,485 --> 00:58:54,274 - Goodbye, baby, and amen! - Ooh! 608 00:58:55,741 --> 00:58:58,734 Couples. What could be better than that? 609 00:58:58,869 --> 00:59:00,405 Singles. 610 00:59:08,045 --> 00:59:10,958 Must be something pretty here somewhere. 611 00:59:11,673 --> 00:59:13,505 - There you are. - Ooh! 612 00:59:13,633 --> 00:59:16,171 What about meeting him on a dark night? 613 00:59:16,303 --> 00:59:19,421 Fuck. There's no-one left. They're all dead. 614 00:59:19,556 --> 00:59:21,092 Success! 615 00:59:28,565 --> 00:59:29,726 Who's that? 616 00:59:30,317 --> 00:59:32,058 Lounge Lizard. 617 00:59:32,194 --> 00:59:33,605 You think he's still alive? 618 00:59:34,321 --> 00:59:35,687 Never heard of him. 619 00:59:39,451 --> 00:59:42,444 Ugh. He looks like death. 620 00:59:45,123 --> 00:59:47,410 Kiss of death. 621 00:59:51,755 --> 00:59:55,169 The world won't miss his missing chromosome. 622 00:59:58,804 --> 01:00:02,673 You're crazy, Bod. 623 01:00:03,433 --> 01:00:06,221 I love you! 624 01:00:07,187 --> 01:00:08,678 Let's go. 625 01:00:09,648 --> 01:00:12,356 - Come on, Chaos. - Let's go. 626 01:00:30,418 --> 01:00:33,536 Let's go, babe! 627 01:00:46,560 --> 01:00:49,769 Oh! I'm on TV again! 628 01:00:49,896 --> 01:00:52,104 Oh, my big hit, this'll earn me millions. 629 01:00:55,652 --> 01:00:56,984 Ah... 630 01:01:01,283 --> 01:01:02,615 Yes, I did. 631 01:01:32,731 --> 01:01:34,723 No, the naughty boy, 632 01:01:38,153 --> 01:01:40,770 No red, red is the word we want to turn, communism. 633 01:01:48,121 --> 01:01:50,078 It doesn't matter, I'm so rich. 634 01:01:50,207 --> 01:01:52,745 I'm filthy rich I could eat my own glasses. 635 01:01:52,876 --> 01:01:54,959 Ooh! That was the milk. 636 01:02:19,861 --> 01:02:21,193 Here we go. Another go. 637 01:02:33,792 --> 01:02:35,579 Oh. 638 01:02:35,710 --> 01:02:37,872 My star shines forever. 639 01:02:38,546 --> 01:02:41,584 Never go out. The galaxy is full of stars. 640 01:02:41,716 --> 01:02:43,503 True stars. 641 01:02:54,104 --> 01:02:55,470 Huh. 642 01:02:56,439 --> 01:02:58,852 Good evening, back stage! 643 01:03:00,819 --> 01:03:03,232 This is Miss Slaughter here. 644 01:03:03,863 --> 01:03:06,981 Bringing you the very latest and important world events. 645 01:03:10,495 --> 01:03:14,614 And tonight we have Lounge Lizard. 646 01:03:15,750 --> 01:03:18,493 Who's granted us an exclusive interview 647 01:03:18,628 --> 01:03:22,292 from the privacy of his own home! 648 01:03:27,554 --> 01:03:29,887 Now, first of all, Lounge. 649 01:03:30,015 --> 01:03:33,429 Tell me what it's like... to be dead. 650 01:03:35,854 --> 01:03:37,971 Boring! 651 01:03:42,319 --> 01:03:44,356 Confess! 652 01:03:45,447 --> 01:03:47,188 I bet you're loving it. 653 01:03:57,125 --> 01:03:59,412 Fucking great. 654 01:04:04,382 --> 01:04:07,966 I am sorry. 655 01:04:08,595 --> 01:04:10,928 However, we do allow you 656 01:04:11,056 --> 01:04:15,300 to take seven records with you 657 01:04:15,435 --> 01:04:17,518 of your own choice! 658 01:04:53,390 --> 01:04:55,222 What a taste. 659 01:04:55,767 --> 01:04:59,101 Oh, what a buzz. 660 01:04:59,771 --> 01:05:01,512 Amyl, give us a Coke. 661 01:05:03,650 --> 01:05:05,312 Give us a Coke, Amyl. 662 01:05:27,841 --> 01:05:30,709 A great chill embraceth this place. 663 01:05:30,844 --> 01:05:33,336 Your Majesty, by our leave. 664 01:05:36,266 --> 01:05:38,383 'Tis a true marvel. 665 01:05:42,480 --> 01:05:44,938 What signifieth this corpse? 666 01:05:47,485 --> 01:05:50,728 A dark parable it is to my understanding. 667 01:05:51,531 --> 01:05:56,026 Light and dark, hot or cold... 668 01:05:57,078 --> 01:06:00,196 ...living or dead... 669 01:06:01,666 --> 01:06:05,000 ...mankind is attracted by the polarities. 670 01:06:05,128 --> 01:06:08,587 Seeing or not seeing. 671 01:06:10,216 --> 01:06:11,627 Sweet angel... 672 01:06:13,219 --> 01:06:18,635 ...little I thought to be thus transported from my dear England. 673 01:06:18,766 --> 01:06:21,884 "Que quinque in hoc speculum inspicit. 674 01:06:22,020 --> 01:06:27,857 "Partes sapientiae totus mundi in ilia videre 675 01:06:27,984 --> 01:06:31,102 "et adiscere potest." 676 01:06:31,237 --> 01:06:32,853 Spirit Ariel... 677 01:06:34,491 --> 01:06:36,778 ...we would have knowledge of God. 678 01:06:38,244 --> 01:06:39,826 Please, Your Majesty... 679 01:06:43,166 --> 01:06:47,080 ...gaze deep into the crystal. 680 01:06:58,848 --> 01:07:00,214 We... 681 01:07:01,851 --> 01:07:03,513 ...Elizabeth of England... 682 01:07:05,688 --> 01:07:08,226 ...a feather in the wind of time... 683 01:07:09,567 --> 01:07:11,684 ...pray for knowledge of God. 684 01:07:13,488 --> 01:07:16,151 From the deep whirlwind of shadows... 685 01:07:17,367 --> 01:07:19,108 ...on the edge of the abyss. 686 01:07:21,246 --> 01:07:22,908 Where is God? 687 01:07:24,999 --> 01:07:27,036 Is God dead? 688 01:07:27,835 --> 01:07:30,248 Save your souls, ladies and gentlemen, 689 01:07:30,380 --> 01:07:32,667 the greatest live show on Earth. 690 01:07:32,799 --> 01:07:34,165 Save your souls! 691 01:07:34,300 --> 01:07:37,338 Welcome to the palace of heavenly delights! 692 01:08:57,634 --> 01:09:02,629 And here's the man who made it all possible, Cardinal Borgia Ginz. 693 01:09:02,764 --> 01:09:05,632 The man who picked up the 30 pieces of silver 694 01:09:06,100 --> 01:09:08,433 and made the movies you saw on TV. 695 01:09:09,103 --> 01:09:12,892 This is your last chance, folks, so come on in. 696 01:09:13,024 --> 01:09:18,611 Borgia Ginz is giving up the theatre and going into the car park business! 697 01:09:18,738 --> 01:09:25,451 Without progress, life would be unbearable. 698 01:09:27,914 --> 01:09:30,952 Progress has taken the place of heaven. 699 01:09:35,838 --> 01:09:38,125 It's like pornography. 700 01:09:39,092 --> 01:09:41,755 Better than the real thing. 701 01:09:43,262 --> 01:09:46,255 They prefer the shadows. 702 01:09:47,642 --> 01:09:50,601 The light's too cruel for them. 703 01:10:00,905 --> 01:10:03,397 They're all working for me 704 01:10:03,533 --> 01:10:08,494 and they follow blindly under life insurance. 705 01:14:34,345 --> 01:14:38,089 Hey, Mad, do you want to hear my new chapter? Civilisation. 706 01:14:38,224 --> 01:14:40,341 What, are you going to serialise it? 707 01:14:40,476 --> 01:14:41,808 Hold it, everybody. 708 01:14:41,936 --> 01:14:45,304 Another Mandrax history lesson from Amyl. 709 01:14:45,439 --> 01:14:46,850 Oh, fuck off. 710 01:14:46,983 --> 01:14:48,849 Here goes any case. 711 01:14:48,985 --> 01:14:51,102 "On human rights." 712 01:14:51,237 --> 01:14:53,854 'Human beings have no rights, 713 01:14:53,990 --> 01:14:57,108 'but some dumb fucks told them they have them. 714 01:14:57,243 --> 01:15:01,283 'First political rights, freedom of speech and things like that, 715 01:15:01,414 --> 01:15:02,905 'and if that wasn't enough, 716 01:15:03,040 --> 01:15:06,033 'they were told they had material rights, too. 717 01:15:06,168 --> 01:15:08,581 'They forgot about the political rights soon enough, 718 01:15:08,713 --> 01:15:11,547 'but they got hooked on the material ones. 719 01:15:11,674 --> 01:15:14,587 'One desolate suburban acre and a car, 720 01:15:14,719 --> 01:15:17,757 'then a TV, fridge and another car. 721 01:15:18,347 --> 01:15:20,088 'It was by right, mind you, 722 01:15:20,224 --> 01:15:22,887 'but the habit demanded more and more. 723 01:15:23,602 --> 01:15:27,972 'The day came when the expectations couldn't be fulfilled any longer 724 01:15:28,607 --> 01:15:31,065 'and everyone felt cheated. 725 01:15:31,819 --> 01:15:35,608 'So here we are in the present! Fucking great! 726 01:15:35,740 --> 01:15:38,778 'A civilisation destroyed by resentment. 727 01:15:38,909 --> 01:15:43,995 'Since civilisation itself was always fucking awfully boring for everyone, 728 01:15:44,123 --> 01:15:46,206 'who gives a shit? 729 01:15:46,333 --> 01:15:48,450 'We can do without it.' 730 01:16:06,854 --> 01:16:08,811 Get the salt, Mad. 731 01:16:08,939 --> 01:16:10,305 All right. 732 01:16:18,074 --> 01:16:20,236 Mm, it's a unique job, innit? 733 01:16:20,826 --> 01:16:22,283 It's a bit permanent. 734 01:16:23,204 --> 01:16:24,536 I can't find any salt. 735 01:16:24,663 --> 01:16:26,279 Oh, it's on the shelf. 736 01:16:27,124 --> 01:16:28,615 Is it behind the HP? 737 01:16:28,751 --> 01:16:31,835 Oh, go and show her where it is, Viv. She's as blind as a bat. 738 01:16:31,962 --> 01:16:33,294 They're all the same. 739 01:16:33,422 --> 01:16:36,915 Oh, that live show was fucking awful! 740 01:16:37,051 --> 01:16:39,088 - Where's that Borgia Ginz at, huh? - Nowhere. 741 01:16:39,220 --> 01:16:41,007 Where did they get those guys from? 742 01:16:41,138 --> 01:16:42,379 Oh, they dope them. 743 01:16:43,682 --> 01:16:45,344 I saw them in the vestry. 744 01:16:46,310 --> 01:16:47,801 It showered Librium. 745 01:16:47,937 --> 01:16:49,303 Yeah, it's a real rip-off. 746 01:16:49,438 --> 01:16:52,306 - It's for wankers. - Yeah. 747 01:17:03,577 --> 01:17:05,159 It's all fucking nostalgia. 748 01:17:05,746 --> 01:17:07,783 It's the only way they can get through the day. 749 01:17:08,457 --> 01:17:10,323 Avoiding pure action. 750 01:17:11,836 --> 01:17:14,044 - It's the entertainment business, innit? - Yeah. 751 01:17:14,171 --> 01:17:16,003 Easy come, easy go. 752 01:17:16,132 --> 01:17:19,000 Yeah, well... I'm going bingo. 753 01:17:19,135 --> 01:17:20,797 I promised Max. 754 01:17:20,928 --> 01:17:22,590 I'm staying in. 755 01:17:22,721 --> 01:17:24,132 I've got better things to do. 756 01:17:24,265 --> 01:17:26,006 I'm going to get zapped. 757 01:17:26,142 --> 01:17:28,509 I really like TV when I'm stoned. 758 01:17:28,644 --> 01:17:31,011 Yeah, well, I'm gonna do that. 759 01:17:31,147 --> 01:17:33,139 Come on, Kid. Come on, Angel. 760 01:17:33,274 --> 01:17:35,516 - Are you coming, Viv? - No, I think I'll stay in. 761 01:17:35,651 --> 01:17:37,267 Oh, come on. 762 01:17:37,403 --> 01:17:40,237 There's nothing here for you. Come and have some fun. 763 01:17:41,282 --> 01:17:45,367 - OK. - Right now! Come on! See ya. 764 01:17:45,494 --> 01:17:47,577 - Ta-ra. - Ciao. 765 01:17:55,087 --> 01:17:56,419 Come on. 766 01:17:58,841 --> 01:18:00,377 Hello, hello, hello. 767 01:18:00,509 --> 01:18:03,718 Welcome to Max's bingo palace. It's a laugh a minute. 768 01:18:03,846 --> 01:18:06,384 OK. Now, eyes down for a full house. 769 01:18:06,515 --> 01:18:09,007 Lots of lovely prizes tonight. 770 01:18:09,643 --> 01:18:12,010 First prize donated by General Idi Amin. 771 01:18:12,146 --> 01:18:13,978 One of the privates got a chop last week. 772 01:18:14,106 --> 01:18:15,893 Ha! We're not prejudiced here, you know. 773 01:18:16,025 --> 01:18:18,893 Er, second prize, tin of baked beans. 774 01:18:19,028 --> 01:18:21,486 Offer definitely not to be repeated. 775 01:18:23,741 --> 01:18:26,199 OK, now, let me get my balls untwisted and away we go. 776 01:18:26,327 --> 01:18:28,159 And the first one's a white. 777 01:18:28,287 --> 01:18:30,529 Five and six, 56. 778 01:18:30,664 --> 01:18:33,702 And a white again, four and nine, 49. 779 01:18:33,834 --> 01:18:37,202 And a white, five and four, 54. 780 01:18:37,338 --> 01:18:40,331 And a red, on its own, number eight. 781 01:18:40,466 --> 01:18:43,129 And a red, legs 11. 782 01:18:43,260 --> 01:18:45,877 And a white, four and eight. 783 01:18:46,013 --> 01:18:49,472 And a green. One and nine, 19. 784 01:18:49,600 --> 01:18:52,468 And a white, five and nine, 59. 785 01:18:52,603 --> 01:18:55,346 And a blue, three and one, 31. 786 01:18:55,481 --> 01:18:58,474 And white four and four, 44. 787 01:18:58,609 --> 01:19:00,771 God rest Jane Mansfield. 788 01:19:00,903 --> 01:19:02,360 And a blue, three and five, 35. 789 01:19:02,488 --> 01:19:05,572 - Here, they got Maureen. - I know. 790 01:19:06,242 --> 01:19:08,950 She had the look. You can tell, you know. 791 01:19:09,078 --> 01:19:11,411 Oh, innit a shame? 792 01:19:11,538 --> 01:19:13,780 Oh, don't be so sentimental, Joyce. 793 01:19:13,916 --> 01:19:15,657 I know. She was so young. 794 01:19:15,793 --> 01:19:17,284 I know, but what did you expect? 795 01:19:17,419 --> 01:19:20,287 She never carried a gun, not even a knife. 796 01:19:20,422 --> 01:19:22,459 I know. She couldn't get used to it. 797 01:19:22,591 --> 01:19:26,460 Well, I told her last week in Sainsbury's, "At least a hat pin, Maureen." 798 01:19:27,972 --> 01:19:31,556 They threw the toaster in the bath and she was electrocuted. 799 01:19:31,684 --> 01:19:33,596 Oh, my God. 800 01:19:33,727 --> 01:19:36,014 What do you expect with millions unemployed? 801 01:19:43,070 --> 01:19:44,652 - What is it? - Fuck all! 802 01:20:01,213 --> 01:20:04,172 Here, I won one of them inflatables last week for Fred. 803 01:20:04,300 --> 01:20:06,383 Funny, three of us in the bed! 804 01:20:06,510 --> 01:20:08,672 You ought to give it to Ted. 805 01:20:08,804 --> 01:20:10,841 He'll be lonely without Maureen. 806 01:20:10,973 --> 01:20:12,339 Yeah. 807 01:20:13,350 --> 01:20:15,512 Oh, my God! I've won! House! 808 01:20:19,690 --> 01:20:21,431 For the lovely lady in the white hat, 809 01:20:21,567 --> 01:20:23,559 three months' supply of Jubilee knickers. 810 01:20:23,694 --> 01:20:25,435 Red, white and blue. 811 01:20:27,323 --> 01:20:28,814 What the hell do I do with them? 812 01:20:28,949 --> 01:20:31,362 Well, worth a quid. 813 01:20:34,872 --> 01:20:36,238 Special Branch. 814 01:20:44,048 --> 01:20:45,835 What the hell's going on? 815 01:20:58,812 --> 01:21:00,394 Special Branch, nobody move. 816 01:21:00,522 --> 01:21:02,184 Come on. Give us a kiss. 817 01:21:46,276 --> 01:21:47,938 - You all right? - Yeah, I'm all right. 818 01:22:05,212 --> 01:22:06,544 Yours. 819 01:22:33,157 --> 01:22:35,774 I shall put an end to your history lessons. 820 01:22:35,909 --> 01:22:37,696 Historectomy touché! 821 01:22:37,828 --> 01:22:39,239 Fucking hell! 822 01:22:41,790 --> 01:22:44,203 Do you want any help, Amyl? 823 01:22:44,334 --> 01:22:47,668 I got through life with brains 824 01:22:47,796 --> 01:22:50,288 and a pair of fists. 825 01:22:50,424 --> 01:22:52,086 Fists? 826 01:22:52,217 --> 01:22:54,709 I just have to look. 827 01:22:54,845 --> 01:22:57,212 - OK, you're on. - Come on, then. 828 01:22:57,347 --> 01:22:59,213 You rubber Medusa! 829 01:23:17,117 --> 01:23:23,705 On my right, we have Miss Amyl Nitrite. 830 01:23:25,918 --> 01:23:29,411 And on my left... Mad Medusa! 831 01:23:29,546 --> 01:23:31,162 Get off. 832 01:23:31,298 --> 01:23:33,540 And may the best man win. 833 01:23:42,476 --> 01:23:44,468 Oh, my fucking jaw! 834 01:24:03,622 --> 01:24:05,614 What are you doing in my chair? 835 01:24:09,378 --> 01:24:10,869 The bingo. 836 01:24:14,049 --> 01:24:15,506 They just... 837 01:24:20,556 --> 01:24:22,718 They just killed the boys. 838 01:25:15,027 --> 01:25:17,019 I like your charm, princess. 839 01:25:29,708 --> 01:25:31,199 Yes, we are. 840 01:25:52,147 --> 01:25:53,558 I need a piss. 841 01:26:34,731 --> 01:26:37,519 Here you are, Viv. A toast for Angel. 842 01:26:39,403 --> 01:26:40,985 And another one for Sphinx. 843 01:26:42,781 --> 01:26:44,522 Come on. Don't cry. 844 01:26:44,658 --> 01:26:46,274 Crying won't change anything. 845 01:26:46,410 --> 01:26:48,117 It's a negative reaction. 846 01:26:49,913 --> 01:26:53,031 Help me make these firebombs instead. It'll make you feel better. 847 01:26:54,292 --> 01:26:57,330 We'll show those bastards. You wait and see. 848 01:26:58,964 --> 01:27:01,251 Fuck you, Mad! Do you wanna kill us? 849 01:27:08,098 --> 01:27:10,135 Oh, this'll put us in the mood. 850 01:27:10,267 --> 01:27:13,385 Burn, burn! Oblivion! RIP! 851 01:27:14,229 --> 01:27:16,812 We'll get those bastards. We'll corner them. 852 01:27:18,108 --> 01:27:21,067 It's party time. Let's liberate the zoo. 853 01:28:19,628 --> 01:28:22,086 Where's the razor? Where's the razor? 854 01:28:22,214 --> 01:28:24,046 I'm going to castrate him! 855 01:28:24,174 --> 01:28:26,587 I'm going to kill the bastard! 856 01:28:26,718 --> 01:28:29,051 I'll kill him! 857 01:28:29,179 --> 01:28:31,045 Get out of the way! 858 01:28:32,641 --> 01:28:36,009 Crawl! Crawl! 859 01:28:36,144 --> 01:28:37,851 We'll kill you now! 860 01:28:37,979 --> 01:28:39,345 Kill! 861 01:28:42,943 --> 01:28:47,062 Crawl! Watch him crawl! Crawl! 862 01:28:47,948 --> 01:28:51,487 Fucking... Fucking bastard! 863 01:30:14,326 --> 01:30:18,787 Of course, they've discovered the, er, the new chocolate substitute. 864 01:30:29,466 --> 01:30:32,209 Sir, would you mind if I put my stuff in with yours? 865 01:30:32,344 --> 01:30:35,132 I haven't got much and I'd hate to waste a machine. 866 01:30:35,263 --> 01:30:37,880 - Just make yourself at home. - Thank you. 867 01:30:40,685 --> 01:30:42,551 Hoopla! 868 01:30:44,773 --> 01:30:46,184 Bong! 869 01:30:50,028 --> 01:30:52,771 - Where did you get the T-shirt? - Oh... 870 01:30:52,906 --> 01:30:55,239 T- shirt I pinched at, er, Seditionaries. 871 01:30:57,160 --> 01:31:00,403 Oh, so do you always take your clothes off in the launderette, too? 872 01:31:00,538 --> 01:31:02,655 - Mm-hm. - Oh. 873 01:31:03,458 --> 01:31:05,450 Très chic. 874 01:31:05,585 --> 01:31:07,542 Must have cost a bomb. 875 01:31:07,671 --> 01:31:09,207 Did you get it in the King's Road? 876 01:31:11,716 --> 01:31:15,209 Mmm. So what are you doing after the spin dry? 877 01:31:15,845 --> 01:31:17,177 Nothing. 878 01:31:18,348 --> 01:31:21,261 I just love a man without his uniform. 879 01:31:26,481 --> 01:31:28,097 Mmm. 880 01:32:02,100 --> 01:32:04,342 Sure is the Special Branch. 881 01:32:06,229 --> 01:32:08,516 'Oh!' 882 01:32:16,072 --> 01:32:17,904 Let's get married. 883 01:32:19,117 --> 01:32:21,359 Yeah. Could have kids. 884 01:32:21,494 --> 01:32:22,905 Mm. 885 01:32:24,372 --> 01:32:26,329 Lots of boys like you. 886 01:32:28,918 --> 01:32:30,659 I wanna settle down. 887 01:32:33,381 --> 01:32:35,464 I think I've fallen in love. 888 01:32:36,051 --> 01:32:38,714 Er, what do you do? 889 01:32:40,430 --> 01:32:42,046 - I'm an actress. - Mm-hm. 890 01:32:42,182 --> 01:32:45,266 Mm. I'm between jobs at the moment. 891 01:32:47,187 --> 01:32:48,928 Did you see "Rock Follies"? 892 01:32:49,064 --> 01:32:50,976 No. 893 01:33:08,750 --> 01:33:11,208 Who's that? 894 01:33:11,336 --> 01:33:12,918 I don't know. It's shit. I'll get it. 895 01:33:22,680 --> 01:33:24,637 No future! 896 01:33:34,651 --> 01:33:37,860 Oh li la. La la. 897 01:33:40,824 --> 01:33:42,736 The wheel turns. 898 01:33:44,702 --> 01:33:49,197 In his hands the roses of ecstasy burn. 899 01:33:50,834 --> 01:33:52,951 The ashes are upon his brow. 900 01:33:55,130 --> 01:33:59,044 Waters of Leith steal upon the golden eyed. 901 01:34:00,760 --> 01:34:03,002 He dances into silence. 902 01:34:08,434 --> 01:34:12,303 Oh li la. La la. 903 01:34:14,107 --> 01:34:18,192 Colour deserts the world. 904 01:34:21,906 --> 01:34:24,068 'I am... 905 01:34:25,702 --> 01:34:27,318 '...the mirror. 906 01:34:28,288 --> 01:34:32,328 'The fire that consumes all that is created. 907 01:34:33,835 --> 01:34:36,669 'I bring the winter of thy flowers... 908 01:34:37,714 --> 01:34:43,005 '...and the frost that secretly destroys the temple.' 909 01:36:08,554 --> 01:36:10,796 Halt! Halt! halt! 910 01:36:12,600 --> 01:36:15,513 Blacks, homosexuals and Jews are banned in Dorset. 911 01:36:15,645 --> 01:36:16,931 Section One. 912 01:36:17,063 --> 01:36:18,850 Passport. Hurry, hurry, hurry. 913 01:36:21,859 --> 01:36:25,068 Any seditious literature, records, tapes? 914 01:36:25,196 --> 01:36:27,609 Hey, hold it! That's my Elvis album. 915 01:36:27,740 --> 01:36:31,780 That's on the blasphemous list, too. Right, on your way. 916 01:36:31,911 --> 01:36:35,495 'My God, the English customs are deplorable. 917 01:36:35,623 --> 01:36:37,489 'It used to be just the colour of your skin.' 918 01:36:37,625 --> 01:36:41,289 'They have to be tough to keep the riff raff out. 919 01:36:42,046 --> 01:36:45,164 Dorset's the only safe place to live now.' 920 01:36:45,925 --> 01:36:49,714 'It's a tragedy that socialism and freedom weren't compatible.' 921 01:36:53,182 --> 01:36:55,925 'It's wonderful, Borgia. 922 01:36:56,060 --> 01:36:57,722 'It is all yours?' 923 01:36:57,854 --> 01:37:02,474 'It used to belong to some aristocratic family. 924 01:37:03,067 --> 01:37:04,979 'I requisitioned it.' 925 01:37:08,448 --> 01:37:12,158 'Oh, well, carnation from Floris. 926 01:37:12,285 --> 01:37:15,073 'Not all the good things have disappeared.' 927 01:37:30,928 --> 01:37:33,545 Borgia darling, can I have a tank? 928 01:37:33,681 --> 01:37:36,970 It would be just perfect for a Saturday afternoon stroll 929 01:37:37,101 --> 01:37:38,433 down the King's Road. 930 01:37:38,561 --> 01:37:40,268 Of course, darling. 931 01:37:40,396 --> 01:37:42,308 You're my number one. 932 01:37:42,440 --> 01:37:45,228 I'll make millions out of you. 933 01:37:46,444 --> 01:37:50,063 This is my first trip to the country. It's really exciting. 934 01:37:50,198 --> 01:37:53,908 I mean, all those trees and the animals. 935 01:37:55,328 --> 01:37:57,240 I have a passion for fur. 936 01:37:58,456 --> 01:38:03,167 They all sign up in the end, one way or another. 937 01:38:04,379 --> 01:38:07,463 We lost Lounge Lizard, 938 01:38:07,590 --> 01:38:10,924 and gained the Daughters of God. 939 01:38:11,052 --> 01:38:14,090 Crabs. 940 01:38:14,806 --> 01:38:17,765 Amyl! Maddy! 941 01:38:50,842 --> 01:38:53,084 'Oh, my heart rejoiceth 942 01:38:53,219 --> 01:38:55,506 'the roar of the surf on the shingles. 943 01:38:56,848 --> 01:38:59,431 'Marvellous sweet music it is to my ears. 944 01:39:01,144 --> 01:39:04,979 'Oh, what joy there is in the embrace of water and earth.' 945 01:39:05,106 --> 01:39:08,224 'Yeah, a great elixir is the sea shore. 946 01:39:08,359 --> 01:39:10,225 'Here one can dream of... 947 01:39:11,237 --> 01:39:15,572 '...of lands far distant and the... the Earth's treasure.' 948 01:39:17,535 --> 01:39:19,822 'The sea remindeth me of youth.' 949 01:39:23,166 --> 01:39:27,285 Oh, John Dee, do you remember those days? 950 01:39:28,045 --> 01:39:29,957 The whispered secrets at Oxford, 951 01:39:30,089 --> 01:39:32,206 like the sweet sea breeze. 952 01:39:32,341 --> 01:39:34,458 Codes and counter-codes. 953 01:39:34,594 --> 01:39:36,711 The secret language of flowers. 954 01:39:36,846 --> 01:39:40,010 I signed myself with rosemary. 955 01:39:40,141 --> 01:39:42,508 A true alexipharmic against your enemies. 956 01:39:43,144 --> 01:39:45,352 And I was selendine, 957 01:39:45,480 --> 01:39:48,143 true gold as the new spring of learning. 958 01:39:49,442 --> 01:39:53,686 You were my eyes then, as now with your celestial geometry. 959 01:39:55,490 --> 01:39:57,607 You laid a path through treachery 960 01:39:57,742 --> 01:40:02,077 and opened my prison, so that my heart flew like a swallow. 961 01:40:02,622 --> 01:40:05,035 Sweet Majesty, 962 01:40:05,166 --> 01:40:08,455 to me you are the selendine now as then before. 963 01:40:09,545 --> 01:40:12,788 Balm against all melancholy. 964 01:40:12,924 --> 01:40:14,836 Hm. Ah. 965 01:40:16,677 --> 01:40:18,384 But I was young then. 966 01:40:22,350 --> 01:40:24,808 'There and back. 967 01:40:25,978 --> 01:40:28,470 'There and back. 968 01:40:29,941 --> 01:40:32,854 'The waves break on the shores of England. 969 01:40:33,569 --> 01:40:36,562 'The white cliffs stand against the void. 970 01:40:37,865 --> 01:40:42,781 'We gaze seaward, contemplating the night journey. 971 01:40:44,372 --> 01:40:47,365 'The sun sinks lower. 972 01:40:47,500 --> 01:40:50,083 'The moon waits to make her entrance. 973 01:40:51,879 --> 01:40:54,667 'In the south, at Tilly Whim... 974 01:40:55,800 --> 01:40:58,417 '...a picture of wind on the sea. 975 01:41:00,429 --> 01:41:03,922 'In the west, a vision of silver dew 976 01:41:04,058 --> 01:41:09,099 'falling into a chalice flowing on a sea of pure gold. 977 01:41:10,940 --> 01:41:15,560 'In the east, a black hoar frost. 978 01:41:15,695 --> 01:41:19,405 'The sun eclipsed by the wings of the phoenix. 979 01:41:21,200 --> 01:41:22,691 'In the north... 980 01:41:23,703 --> 01:41:28,994 '...a howling chaos into which a black rain falls without ceasing. 981 01:41:31,127 --> 01:41:34,871 'Now is the time of departure. 982 01:41:36,382 --> 01:41:38,795 'The last streamer that ties us to what is known... 983 01:41:40,386 --> 01:41:42,503 ...parts. 984 01:41:42,638 --> 01:41:46,757 'We drift into a sea of storms. 985 01:41:51,147 --> 01:41:53,514 'And now Elizabeth and Dee 986 01:41:53,649 --> 01:41:56,892 'go along the same great highway 987 01:41:57,028 --> 01:42:01,693 'and the light of the air about them seemed somewhat dark, 988 01:42:01,824 --> 01:42:04,111 'like evening or twilight. 989 01:42:05,077 --> 01:42:07,319 'And as they walked, 990 01:42:07,455 --> 01:42:10,573 'the phoenix spoke 991 01:42:10,708 --> 01:42:12,916 'and cried with a loud voice... 992 01:42:15,338 --> 01:42:19,082 '... "Come away".' 71261

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