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These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:03,520 --> 00:00:05,985 [soft music] 2 00:00:06,018 --> 00:00:08,915 [bottles rattling] 3 00:00:12,477 --> 00:00:15,208 [dramatic music] 4 00:00:21,260 --> 00:00:26,260 Subtitles by explosiveskull www.OpenSubtitles.org 5 00:00:41,446 --> 00:00:44,210 [gentle music] 6 00:01:07,417 --> 00:01:09,414 [Tim] You don't know who he is? 7 00:01:09,448 --> 00:01:10,548 How'd you not know? 8 00:01:10,581 --> 00:01:12,845 [Billy] Just never got into it. 9 00:01:12,877 --> 00:01:14,177 [Tim] Tell him, Sarge. 10 00:01:14,210 --> 00:01:15,510 I've never heard of him. 11 00:01:15,542 --> 00:01:16,375 He has. 12 00:01:16,408 --> 00:01:17,273 He has. 13 00:01:20,836 --> 00:01:22,368 You're not taking a mick. 14 00:01:22,401 --> 00:01:24,833 Watch the line, Private. 15 00:01:30,526 --> 00:01:34,156 [plane engine roaring] 16 00:01:45,941 --> 00:01:47,874 [Tim] It's Danny Finnegan. 17 00:01:47,907 --> 00:01:48,772 Danny Boy. 18 00:01:48,805 --> 00:01:50,170 The Danny Boy. 19 00:01:50,203 --> 00:01:51,036 Unbeaten. 20 00:01:51,070 --> 00:01:53,135 How many was it, Danny? 21 00:01:53,167 --> 00:01:54,365 Don't know. 22 00:01:54,399 --> 00:01:55,499 Sorry, mate. 23 00:01:55,531 --> 00:01:56,497 Just never got into it. 24 00:01:56,530 --> 00:01:57,795 It's all right. 25 00:01:57,829 --> 00:01:58,995 I wouldn't worry 'bout it now. 26 00:01:59,027 --> 00:02:00,060 [Tim] He could fight for England. 27 00:02:00,093 --> 00:02:00,993 If what? 28 00:02:01,025 --> 00:02:02,758 The war hadn't started? 29 00:02:06,819 --> 00:02:09,118 Mate, you should see him on his feet. 30 00:02:09,150 --> 00:02:10,415 What's that thing they say? 31 00:02:10,448 --> 00:02:12,146 It's not about the punches you give. 32 00:02:12,180 --> 00:02:13,312 It's about the ones you don't take. 33 00:02:13,346 --> 00:02:14,311 Am I right? 34 00:02:14,345 --> 00:02:15,477 Right and left. 35 00:02:15,509 --> 00:02:16,908 It's like he's not even touching the mat. 36 00:02:16,941 --> 00:02:18,306 Come on, show him. 37 00:02:20,370 --> 00:02:22,369 This one fight, right. 38 00:02:22,403 --> 00:02:24,002 He's still going in the 11th. 39 00:02:24,033 --> 00:02:24,966 Not even sweating. 40 00:02:24,999 --> 00:02:26,266 [Sergeant] Sit down, you idiot. 41 00:02:26,298 --> 00:02:27,863 And here comes Danny Boy Finnegan. 42 00:02:27,895 --> 00:02:29,262 Light on his feet as he crosses the ring towards the pole. 43 00:02:29,295 --> 00:02:30,394 Harper, get down. 44 00:02:30,426 --> 00:02:31,326 Roger. 45 00:02:31,358 --> 00:02:32,724 A quick left. 46 00:02:32,758 --> 00:02:34,190 That one connected like hammer on hoof. 47 00:02:34,222 --> 00:02:35,321 Nivinski stumbles. 48 00:02:35,355 --> 00:02:36,288 Danny presses. 49 00:02:36,321 --> 00:02:37,852 The referee steps in and. 50 00:02:37,885 --> 00:02:42,880 - [gun firing] - [dramatic music] 51 00:02:46,142 --> 00:02:47,841 Let me see. 52 00:02:47,875 --> 00:02:48,708 Let me see. 53 00:02:48,741 --> 00:02:49,340 Let me see. 54 00:02:49,373 --> 00:02:50,937 Oh god. 55 00:02:50,970 --> 00:02:52,204 Is there a medic? 56 00:02:53,768 --> 00:02:54,834 He's dead. 57 00:02:54,867 --> 00:02:56,100 Leave him. 58 00:02:56,132 --> 00:03:00,995 - [guns firing] - [dramatic music] 59 00:03:01,925 --> 00:03:04,124 Bill, come on, come on. 60 00:03:04,158 --> 00:03:06,255 What are we supposed to do? 61 00:03:06,288 --> 00:03:08,352 Just press and fire. 62 00:03:08,386 --> 00:03:10,651 Welcome to the war, lads. 63 00:03:10,684 --> 00:03:13,413 - [guns firing] - [dramatic music] 64 00:03:13,447 --> 00:03:15,046 Come on, Billy. 65 00:03:15,079 --> 00:03:16,276 Billy. 66 00:03:16,310 --> 00:03:20,072 - [guns firing] - [dramatic music] 67 00:03:20,106 --> 00:03:21,339 Just aim fire. 68 00:03:21,372 --> 00:03:22,937 - [guns firing] - [dramatic music] 69 00:03:22,969 --> 00:03:24,335 [bomb exploding] 70 00:03:24,368 --> 00:03:27,066 [dramatic music] 71 00:03:27,098 --> 00:03:28,263 You all right? 72 00:03:28,297 --> 00:03:31,095 [dramatic music] 73 00:03:31,127 --> 00:03:33,958 [bomb exploding] 74 00:03:37,754 --> 00:03:38,752 Let's zero in. 75 00:03:40,218 --> 00:03:42,715 One mine is gonna completely blow us to pieces. 76 00:03:42,749 --> 00:03:43,915 We need to get out of here now. 77 00:03:43,948 --> 00:03:45,312 You two first. 78 00:03:45,346 --> 00:03:46,145 [Danny] Come on. 79 00:03:46,177 --> 00:03:47,010 I can't. 80 00:03:47,044 --> 00:03:48,077 I can't do it. 81 00:03:48,109 --> 00:03:48,941 Billy, come on. 82 00:03:48,974 --> 00:03:50,707 [bomb exploding] 83 00:03:50,739 --> 00:03:51,573 Sarge. 84 00:03:54,268 --> 00:03:58,031 Smythe, give me cover and fire and don't stop. 85 00:03:58,064 --> 00:03:58,964 Billy. 86 00:03:58,997 --> 00:03:59,863 Billy. 87 00:04:00,895 --> 00:04:01,696 You're coming with me. 88 00:04:01,728 --> 00:04:02,826 You ready? 89 00:04:02,860 --> 00:04:03,926 One, two, three. 90 00:04:03,959 --> 00:04:04,959 Come on. 91 00:04:04,991 --> 00:04:07,888 [dramatic music] 92 00:04:10,085 --> 00:04:14,314 - [gun firing] - [dramatic music] 93 00:04:14,348 --> 00:04:19,708 - [bomb exploding] - [dramatic music] 94 00:04:28,332 --> 00:04:29,931 I'm not dying here. 95 00:04:29,964 --> 00:04:31,762 I'm not dying here. 96 00:04:31,796 --> 00:04:34,660 [dramatic music] 97 00:04:40,186 --> 00:04:41,185 [Sergeant] Danny, come on. 98 00:04:41,218 --> 00:04:43,850 - [guns firing] - [dramatic music] 99 00:04:43,882 --> 00:04:46,646 - [bomb exploding] - [dramatic music] 100 00:04:46,679 --> 00:04:48,943 Don't stop, don't stop, don't stop. 101 00:04:48,976 --> 00:04:54,138 - [guns firing] - [dramatic music] 102 00:04:55,703 --> 00:04:57,236 Leave it, leave it, leave it. Come on. 103 00:04:58,699 --> 00:05:00,131 - [bombs exploding] - [dramatic music] 104 00:05:00,165 --> 00:05:01,930 What are you doing? 105 00:05:01,962 --> 00:05:04,526 We're not gonna use a gas leak coming in too quick. 106 00:05:04,559 --> 00:05:06,092 We're gonna get steamrolled. 107 00:05:06,125 --> 00:05:08,955 We're not gonna die, Billy. 108 00:05:08,987 --> 00:05:10,287 Sir. 109 00:05:10,319 --> 00:05:11,784 I'll meet you fast, boys. 110 00:05:11,818 --> 00:05:13,717 It means we can return fire, sir. 111 00:05:13,749 --> 00:05:15,647 They're gonna get slow down there. 112 00:05:15,680 --> 00:05:18,178 We need to pull back. 113 00:05:18,211 --> 00:05:19,643 [Danny] Sir, we need to return fire. 114 00:05:19,677 --> 00:05:20,941 With what, private? 115 00:05:20,974 --> 00:05:22,207 [Danny] Well where are the Thompson's? 116 00:05:22,240 --> 00:05:23,640 Abandoned. 117 00:05:23,672 --> 00:05:25,870 What's the plan, sir? 118 00:05:25,904 --> 00:05:27,168 - [guns firing] - [dramatic music] 119 00:05:27,202 --> 00:05:29,766 We need to run from here to bloody Robeth. 120 00:05:29,798 --> 00:05:31,197 We have to pull back. 121 00:05:31,230 --> 00:05:33,528 Fall back any further, sir, we're gonna be in the sea. 122 00:05:33,561 --> 00:05:34,726 That's the plan. 123 00:05:34,760 --> 00:05:35,593 A place called Dunkirk. 124 00:05:35,626 --> 00:05:36,792 [Danny] What? 125 00:05:36,824 --> 00:05:38,223 The Royal Navy are coming to take us home. 126 00:05:38,256 --> 00:05:39,721 [Danny] Why us, sir? 127 00:05:39,755 --> 00:05:40,788 To hold beer. 128 00:05:40,820 --> 00:05:42,485 Spread the word. 129 00:05:42,518 --> 00:05:43,783 That's an order. 130 00:05:44,982 --> 00:05:46,781 Pull back, boys. 131 00:05:46,814 --> 00:05:50,177 - [guns firing] - [dramatic music] 132 00:05:50,209 --> 00:05:51,808 Hey, we're pulling back. 133 00:05:51,841 --> 00:05:52,707 Let's go. 134 00:05:53,872 --> 00:05:55,604 Billy, he can't hear me. 135 00:05:55,638 --> 00:05:56,937 I'll get him. 136 00:05:58,034 --> 00:05:59,600 Come on, let's go. 137 00:05:59,633 --> 00:06:00,233 We're falling back. 138 00:06:00,265 --> 00:06:03,528 [dramatic music] 139 00:06:03,561 --> 00:06:04,861 We were leaving. 140 00:06:04,894 --> 00:06:07,692 We were bloody leaving. 141 00:06:07,723 --> 00:06:08,523 Go. 142 00:06:08,556 --> 00:06:11,187 [dramatic music] 143 00:06:31,932 --> 00:06:33,164 Where is everyone? 144 00:06:33,196 --> 00:06:34,695 I don't know. 145 00:06:35,893 --> 00:06:38,691 I don't recognize any of this. 146 00:06:39,855 --> 00:06:41,088 Where's your map? 147 00:06:43,085 --> 00:06:44,984 Back at the foxhole. 148 00:06:45,982 --> 00:06:47,481 Yeah, mine too. 149 00:06:48,647 --> 00:06:51,544 What was left of it anyway. 150 00:06:51,576 --> 00:06:54,541 We're in deep shit, Danny Boy. 151 00:06:54,573 --> 00:06:55,838 [Danny] We're still breathing. 152 00:06:55,872 --> 00:06:56,971 We're lost. 153 00:07:05,528 --> 00:07:07,859 We gotta find that place. What's it called? 154 00:07:09,191 --> 00:07:10,056 Dunkirk. 155 00:07:13,420 --> 00:07:14,087 We go. 156 00:07:16,783 --> 00:07:18,115 North. 157 00:07:18,147 --> 00:07:19,645 That's what we do. 158 00:07:19,678 --> 00:07:21,045 Go north 'til we see light. 159 00:07:21,077 --> 00:07:22,410 Sign post. 160 00:07:22,442 --> 00:07:23,941 Something we recognize, all right. 161 00:07:23,974 --> 00:07:25,373 [Billy] Or to sea. 162 00:07:25,407 --> 00:07:26,939 Yeah, or to sea, Billy. 163 00:07:26,971 --> 00:07:28,770 [Billy] And home. 164 00:07:28,803 --> 00:07:31,500 [gentle music] 165 00:08:09,726 --> 00:08:11,790 Recognize any of this? 166 00:08:13,554 --> 00:08:16,052 Every bleeding building here's a farmhouse, isn't it? 167 00:08:16,084 --> 00:08:17,951 All looks the same. 168 00:08:22,911 --> 00:08:23,877 Hang about. 169 00:08:25,375 --> 00:08:27,074 We could ask her. 170 00:08:27,105 --> 00:08:29,536 [Billy] I don't think we should, mate. 171 00:08:29,570 --> 00:08:30,569 [Danny] We need to figure out where we are. 172 00:08:30,602 --> 00:08:32,966 We're gonna miss this evacuation. 173 00:08:32,999 --> 00:08:33,898 Come on. 174 00:08:33,931 --> 00:08:35,597 Slowly. 175 00:08:35,630 --> 00:08:37,395 Keep your eyes peeled, yeah. 176 00:08:37,428 --> 00:08:39,893 [soft music] 177 00:08:56,839 --> 00:08:57,707 Excuse me. 178 00:08:58,938 --> 00:08:59,771 No, don't run. 179 00:08:59,803 --> 00:09:00,637 We're British soldiers. 180 00:09:00,670 --> 00:09:01,702 Hey. 181 00:09:01,735 --> 00:09:02,968 Whoa, whoa, whoa. 182 00:09:03,000 --> 00:09:05,664 [speaking in foreign language] 183 00:09:05,697 --> 00:09:07,029 I won't tell you again. 184 00:09:07,062 --> 00:09:07,995 I will shoot. 185 00:09:08,028 --> 00:09:09,526 I promise you I will shoot. 186 00:09:09,559 --> 00:09:10,958 Put it down. 187 00:09:10,992 --> 00:09:11,825 Put it down. 188 00:09:11,857 --> 00:09:12,889 I won't ask you again. 189 00:09:12,922 --> 00:09:14,389 Wait, wait, wait. 190 00:09:14,422 --> 00:09:15,354 All right, wait. 191 00:09:15,387 --> 00:09:15,886 [speaking in foreign language] 192 00:09:15,919 --> 00:09:16,852 Look. 193 00:09:16,885 --> 00:09:18,383 [speaking in foreign language] 194 00:09:18,417 --> 00:09:19,251 Okay. 195 00:09:19,283 --> 00:09:21,280 What are you doing? 196 00:09:21,313 --> 00:09:23,312 I've lowered my rifle. 197 00:09:27,040 --> 00:09:28,772 Just. 198 00:09:28,806 --> 00:09:30,437 Relax. 199 00:09:30,470 --> 00:09:31,704 Okay? 200 00:09:31,737 --> 00:09:34,601 We just wanna know where we are. 201 00:09:34,634 --> 00:09:35,699 [speaking in foreign language] 202 00:09:35,732 --> 00:09:37,996 We don't understand you. 203 00:09:38,028 --> 00:09:39,328 We're looking for the coast. 204 00:09:39,361 --> 00:09:41,491 [speaking in foreign language] 205 00:09:41,524 --> 00:09:42,591 [Billy] Easy, easy. 206 00:09:42,624 --> 00:09:46,686 [speaking in foreign language] 207 00:09:49,383 --> 00:09:50,217 It's okay. 208 00:09:50,250 --> 00:09:51,848 He's scared. 209 00:09:51,880 --> 00:09:53,412 English. 210 00:09:53,446 --> 00:09:54,712 Thank God. 211 00:09:54,744 --> 00:09:57,707 Look, we're looking for directions to the coast. 212 00:09:57,740 --> 00:09:59,473 [speaking in foreign language] 213 00:09:59,506 --> 00:10:00,838 The coast north. 214 00:10:00,870 --> 00:10:04,234 North is that way, but the Germans are already there. 215 00:10:04,267 --> 00:10:05,465 Where'd you go? 216 00:10:05,498 --> 00:10:07,297 We're going to a place called Dunkirk. 217 00:10:07,331 --> 00:10:09,562 [speaking in foreign language] 218 00:10:09,596 --> 00:10:10,694 But we need a. 219 00:10:11,926 --> 00:10:13,325 What's French for map? 220 00:10:13,357 --> 00:10:14,256 [speaking in foreign language] 221 00:10:14,289 --> 00:10:14,922 Plan. 222 00:10:14,955 --> 00:10:16,420 Yeah, we need a plan. 223 00:10:16,454 --> 00:10:17,287 [speaking in foreign language] 224 00:10:17,319 --> 00:10:19,784 Hey, I can draw you one. 225 00:10:19,816 --> 00:10:23,246 [speaking in foreign language] 226 00:10:23,279 --> 00:10:25,477 Come in and I'll find you food. 227 00:10:25,510 --> 00:10:30,206 [speaking in foreign language] 228 00:10:30,239 --> 00:10:32,571 He says you are welcome here. 229 00:10:34,334 --> 00:10:36,899 [Billy] Do you trust him, Danny. 230 00:10:36,932 --> 00:10:39,164 Just keep your rifle and your gun. 231 00:10:39,197 --> 00:10:39,829 Go. 232 00:10:42,526 --> 00:10:47,688 - [speaking in foreign language] - [soft music] 233 00:11:05,666 --> 00:11:07,298 It is 40 kilometers. 234 00:11:07,331 --> 00:11:12,260 You must find Hazebrouck and then you go north to Dunkirk. 235 00:11:12,293 --> 00:11:14,225 [Danny] Okay, thanks. 236 00:11:15,589 --> 00:11:18,320 Now some food before you go. 237 00:11:28,176 --> 00:11:28,809 40 kilometers. 238 00:11:28,842 --> 00:11:30,841 What's that in miles? 239 00:11:36,235 --> 00:11:37,533 Sorry about Papa. 240 00:11:37,566 --> 00:11:39,230 He's not himself. 241 00:11:42,427 --> 00:11:44,725 [soft music] 242 00:11:46,888 --> 00:11:51,417 My husband went to Lille the day before the Germans came. 243 00:11:51,450 --> 00:11:54,247 We haven't seen him since. 244 00:11:54,281 --> 00:11:57,111 They say the Germans shoot all the men. 245 00:11:57,145 --> 00:12:00,142 [soft music] 246 00:12:00,174 --> 00:12:01,273 What in Lille? 247 00:12:01,307 --> 00:12:03,272 No. We were there a couple days ago. 248 00:12:03,305 --> 00:12:04,404 Weren't we, Bill? 249 00:12:04,437 --> 00:12:06,236 Loads of men got out. 250 00:12:07,234 --> 00:12:08,199 Yeah. 251 00:12:08,232 --> 00:12:09,231 Loads. 252 00:12:09,264 --> 00:12:11,596 [soft music] 253 00:12:15,691 --> 00:12:16,525 Listen. 254 00:12:18,654 --> 00:12:20,153 Best be off ourselves actually, 255 00:12:20,187 --> 00:12:21,786 so thank you for this 256 00:12:24,482 --> 00:12:26,247 and for the map. 257 00:12:26,280 --> 00:12:27,778 [Chantalle] My pleasure. 258 00:12:27,812 --> 00:12:29,576 He's famous, you know. 259 00:12:29,609 --> 00:12:31,075 You can tell everyone you met the great Danny Finnegan 260 00:12:31,107 --> 00:12:32,206 when this is over. 261 00:12:32,240 --> 00:12:33,140 [Chantalle] A film star? 262 00:12:33,172 --> 00:12:33,804 No. 263 00:12:33,837 --> 00:12:34,705 Boxer. 264 00:12:36,170 --> 00:12:39,366 Danny, she thinks you're a film star. 265 00:12:40,764 --> 00:12:41,563 Danny? 266 00:12:41,595 --> 00:12:44,128 [soft music] 267 00:12:46,824 --> 00:12:47,722 Get down. 268 00:12:47,755 --> 00:12:50,586 [dramatic music] 269 00:12:56,313 --> 00:12:57,278 He's ratting on us. 270 00:12:57,312 --> 00:12:58,146 He's grassed us up. 271 00:12:58,178 --> 00:13:00,209 [Chantalle] No. 272 00:13:00,243 --> 00:13:03,339 [Danny] Don't let her look out the window. 273 00:13:03,372 --> 00:13:04,405 Shoot him. 274 00:13:04,438 --> 00:13:05,270 Don't, don't shoot. 275 00:13:05,304 --> 00:13:06,503 Don't you shoot. 276 00:13:06,535 --> 00:13:07,501 He's giving us up. 277 00:13:07,535 --> 00:13:08,601 You lied to us. 278 00:13:08,634 --> 00:13:09,467 Never, I swear. 279 00:13:09,499 --> 00:13:10,731 He would never. 280 00:13:10,765 --> 00:13:12,363 Is there any other way out of here? 281 00:13:12,396 --> 00:13:13,995 What, there's no other way out than this way? 282 00:13:14,027 --> 00:13:15,426 No. 283 00:13:15,458 --> 00:13:18,523 - [dramatic music] - This is serious now, Billy. 284 00:13:18,556 --> 00:13:20,488 We need to find another way out. 285 00:13:20,520 --> 00:13:21,553 Jesus. 286 00:13:21,586 --> 00:13:24,582 [dramatic music] 287 00:13:25,782 --> 00:13:26,613 Put it down. 288 00:13:26,646 --> 00:13:27,646 Put it down. 289 00:13:29,610 --> 00:13:30,410 Go outside. 290 00:13:30,442 --> 00:13:32,208 What are you doing? 291 00:13:33,141 --> 00:13:34,540 Go outside. 292 00:13:34,572 --> 00:13:37,269 They came here for you, not him. 293 00:13:37,302 --> 00:13:40,266 [dramatic music] 294 00:13:41,598 --> 00:13:42,464 Listen. 295 00:13:43,663 --> 00:13:47,291 If you shoot me, he will shoot you. 296 00:13:47,324 --> 00:13:49,456 They will shoot your dad. 297 00:13:51,253 --> 00:13:53,086 You're not like them. 298 00:13:54,550 --> 00:13:56,115 Come on. 299 00:13:56,148 --> 00:13:58,946 [dramatic music] 300 00:14:02,474 --> 00:14:05,406 They are gonna shoot him, Danny. 301 00:14:06,504 --> 00:14:08,169 [hand pounding] 302 00:14:08,202 --> 00:14:09,568 [speaking in foreign language] 303 00:14:09,599 --> 00:14:10,933 We're surrounded. 304 00:14:10,967 --> 00:14:12,065 What do we do now? 305 00:14:12,098 --> 00:14:14,929 [hand pounding] 306 00:14:14,962 --> 00:14:17,093 We are soldiers, Billy. 307 00:14:18,224 --> 00:14:19,957 We're not heroes. 308 00:14:19,990 --> 00:14:22,187 - [Billy] What are you doing? - Put your rifle in your pack. 309 00:14:22,220 --> 00:14:24,052 We're gonna be dead in a minute anyway. 310 00:14:24,084 --> 00:14:27,248 And you, Miss, you better hide. 311 00:14:27,282 --> 00:14:30,080 Danny, I just wanna go home. 312 00:14:31,943 --> 00:14:37,004 - [speaking in foreign language] - [dramatic music] 313 00:14:41,067 --> 00:14:43,431 Who else is inside? 314 00:14:43,463 --> 00:14:48,625 - [speaking in foreign language] - [dramatic music] 315 00:15:14,631 --> 00:15:17,394 Bring in these two as bargain. 316 00:15:17,427 --> 00:15:20,225 [dramatic music] 317 00:15:27,416 --> 00:15:30,180 Where are they taking us? 318 00:15:30,213 --> 00:15:33,975 - [speaking in foreign language] - [dramatic music] 319 00:15:34,009 --> 00:15:36,307 You are now prisoners of the Reich. 320 00:15:36,340 --> 00:15:37,506 [gun firing] 321 00:15:37,539 --> 00:15:40,336 [dramatic music] 322 00:15:51,357 --> 00:15:54,188 [engine roaring] 323 00:15:56,184 --> 00:16:01,346 - [bright music] - [dog barking] 324 00:16:02,046 --> 00:16:05,242 [speaking in foreign language] 325 00:16:05,275 --> 00:16:10,437 - [bright music] - [dog barking] 326 00:16:13,998 --> 00:16:19,160 - [bright music] - [typewriter clacking] 327 00:16:21,823 --> 00:16:24,454 [dog barking] 328 00:16:24,487 --> 00:16:27,151 [bright music] 329 00:16:35,808 --> 00:16:40,904 - [bright music] - [typewriter clacking] 330 00:17:00,915 --> 00:17:02,314 [Danny] Danny Boy. 331 00:17:02,346 --> 00:17:05,011 [bright music] 332 00:17:33,480 --> 00:17:35,977 [soft music] 333 00:17:49,262 --> 00:17:53,059 That ain't spent much on a mat, didn't they? 334 00:17:59,018 --> 00:18:00,117 You all right, mate? 335 00:18:00,149 --> 00:18:02,815 [soft music] 336 00:18:06,343 --> 00:18:09,707 Listen, it weren't your fault. 337 00:18:09,740 --> 00:18:11,239 The old man. 338 00:18:11,271 --> 00:18:12,137 Farmer. 339 00:18:14,335 --> 00:18:15,635 They're Nazis. 340 00:18:16,832 --> 00:18:17,698 You know? 341 00:18:21,860 --> 00:18:23,892 I don't know, mate. 342 00:18:25,190 --> 00:18:27,355 I feel pretty bad inside. 343 00:18:29,185 --> 00:18:30,085 Yeah. 344 00:18:31,983 --> 00:18:33,115 Yeah, me too. 345 00:18:37,777 --> 00:18:39,375 Still breathing. 346 00:18:39,408 --> 00:18:41,872 [soft music] 347 00:18:45,068 --> 00:18:47,033 [Billy] What should we do now? 348 00:18:47,066 --> 00:18:49,764 [soft music] 349 00:19:07,877 --> 00:19:08,776 [hand knocking] 350 00:19:08,809 --> 00:19:12,871 [speaking in foreign language] 351 00:19:18,831 --> 00:19:21,329 [gentle music] 352 00:20:07,679 --> 00:20:09,609 Good morning. 353 00:20:09,643 --> 00:20:13,139 My name is Haupstrumfuhrer Drexler 354 00:20:13,172 --> 00:20:16,270 and I am your jailer until you are sent 355 00:20:16,303 --> 00:20:19,599 to one of our brand new stalags in Germany. 356 00:20:19,632 --> 00:20:22,497 Any problems you will come to me. 357 00:20:23,662 --> 00:20:25,027 My English is excellent. 358 00:20:25,059 --> 00:20:28,954 I was at your university in Cambridge. 359 00:20:28,988 --> 00:20:30,621 But how rude of me. 360 00:20:33,317 --> 00:20:37,247 You know who I am but I do not know who you are. 361 00:20:39,076 --> 00:20:39,944 You. 362 00:20:41,009 --> 00:20:42,641 What is your name? 363 00:20:44,105 --> 00:20:45,736 Private Williams. 364 00:20:45,770 --> 00:20:46,935 Williams. 365 00:20:46,969 --> 00:20:48,102 Hush. 366 00:20:48,133 --> 00:20:50,832 [soft music] 367 00:20:53,196 --> 00:20:54,062 And you? 368 00:20:57,290 --> 00:21:00,188 You do know I already have a list? 369 00:21:01,987 --> 00:21:03,717 Corporal Bennett. 370 00:21:03,751 --> 00:21:06,216 [soft music] 371 00:21:08,177 --> 00:21:09,810 And which one of you is Finnegan? 372 00:21:09,844 --> 00:21:12,542 [soft music] 373 00:21:25,126 --> 00:21:26,459 Danny Finnegan. 374 00:21:28,723 --> 00:21:30,622 The great Danny Finnegan. 375 00:21:32,220 --> 00:21:34,718 [soft music] 376 00:21:38,579 --> 00:21:41,909 This is turning out to be a most excellent war 377 00:21:41,943 --> 00:21:44,108 and we've only just begun. 378 00:21:44,141 --> 00:21:45,439 Come with me. 379 00:21:47,136 --> 00:21:48,768 [speaking in foreign language] 380 00:21:48,802 --> 00:21:51,433 [soft music] 381 00:21:55,227 --> 00:21:57,725 [speaking in foreign language] 382 00:21:57,758 --> 00:22:00,022 [soft music] 383 00:22:05,550 --> 00:22:09,578 Yeah I don't mean to insult you but this is the best I have. 384 00:22:09,612 --> 00:22:10,645 [speaking in foreign language] 385 00:22:10,678 --> 00:22:13,376 [soft music] 386 00:22:14,773 --> 00:22:16,172 The Geneva Convention on the treatments 387 00:22:16,206 --> 00:22:19,069 of prisoners of war clearly states they must not 388 00:22:19,103 --> 00:22:24,064 be subjected to acts of violence which is ridiculous. 389 00:22:24,096 --> 00:22:25,661 We're at war. 390 00:22:25,695 --> 00:22:27,993 This whole enterprise is an act of violence. 391 00:22:28,026 --> 00:22:29,592 Don't you agree? 392 00:22:31,090 --> 00:22:33,519 I'm giving you a chance to 393 00:22:34,651 --> 00:22:38,382 to find some honor among all this madness. 394 00:22:39,979 --> 00:22:43,442 I'll make it very much worth your while. 395 00:22:43,476 --> 00:22:47,706 Thank you very much but I'll not be fighting him. 396 00:22:48,804 --> 00:22:50,635 Not for you, sir. 397 00:22:50,667 --> 00:22:52,900 [soft music] 398 00:22:54,996 --> 00:22:56,362 [Soldier] Think they went over there. 399 00:22:56,395 --> 00:22:57,362 Shut up. 400 00:22:57,394 --> 00:22:59,524 [soft music] 401 00:22:59,558 --> 00:23:01,523 Come with me. 402 00:23:01,556 --> 00:23:06,018 [speaking in foreign language] 403 00:23:06,051 --> 00:23:08,614 Where's he taking him? 404 00:23:08,647 --> 00:23:12,843 Men like us, we're not built for the ugliness of war. 405 00:23:12,877 --> 00:23:16,740 We're dancers, hunters, athletes. 406 00:23:16,773 --> 00:23:18,105 We are sportsman. 407 00:23:18,137 --> 00:23:20,568 We follow a code, you and I. 408 00:23:20,602 --> 00:23:22,100 A quid for the rules. 409 00:23:22,134 --> 00:23:25,098 The ref's word is final. 410 00:23:25,131 --> 00:23:29,459 Fortune has temporarily put us on opposite sides of destiny, 411 00:23:29,492 --> 00:23:31,857 but I'm giving you a chance to 412 00:23:34,054 --> 00:23:37,717 at least to be true to yourself. 413 00:23:37,749 --> 00:23:40,880 Oh, I'll not be fighting for your thrills, sir. 414 00:23:40,914 --> 00:23:42,078 Not for my pleasure. 415 00:23:42,112 --> 00:23:44,077 No, no, no, no, no. 416 00:23:44,110 --> 00:23:45,875 In two days time, we shall be honored 417 00:23:45,907 --> 00:23:49,337 to receive a visit from my superior officer. 418 00:23:49,370 --> 00:23:53,333 Obersturmbannfuhrur Lang is a great sportsman himself. 419 00:23:53,367 --> 00:23:55,299 And a student. 420 00:23:55,331 --> 00:23:59,627 No, a true fan as the Americans say of this noble art 421 00:24:00,825 --> 00:24:04,921 of which you have made yourself such a master. 422 00:24:04,953 --> 00:24:08,618 You are as we say a gift from me to him. 423 00:24:10,515 --> 00:24:14,378 In return, it is within my powers to make your experience 424 00:24:14,411 --> 00:24:17,341 of this war considerably improved. 425 00:24:18,772 --> 00:24:20,703 How 'bout the lads? 426 00:24:20,737 --> 00:24:23,600 Nothing to do with them. 427 00:24:23,634 --> 00:24:24,467 Good. 428 00:24:25,797 --> 00:24:27,329 Good. 429 00:24:27,363 --> 00:24:29,795 Well then you can let them go 430 00:24:30,958 --> 00:24:34,022 and I'll fight whoever you want. 431 00:24:34,055 --> 00:24:36,720 You know I cannot. 432 00:24:36,752 --> 00:24:38,651 Then neither I can. 433 00:24:38,683 --> 00:24:40,415 [gentle music] 434 00:24:40,447 --> 00:24:43,778 You'll come around and you'll fight 435 00:24:43,811 --> 00:24:47,542 or you will find this war very uncomfortable indeed. 436 00:24:47,575 --> 00:24:51,604 [speaking in foreign language] 437 00:24:52,701 --> 00:24:55,332 [gentle music] 438 00:25:11,481 --> 00:25:13,612 You've got to do this, lad. 439 00:25:13,645 --> 00:25:16,343 You've got to bloody him for all of us. 440 00:25:16,376 --> 00:25:18,641 You wanna fight him, you do it. 441 00:25:18,674 --> 00:25:19,940 It ain't up to you. 442 00:25:19,972 --> 00:25:22,570 He's a coward is what he is. 443 00:25:22,603 --> 00:25:24,601 He ain't no coward. 444 00:25:24,633 --> 00:25:26,532 I fought with the bloke. 445 00:25:26,564 --> 00:25:28,396 He's right. 446 00:25:28,430 --> 00:25:32,293 He fights, even if he wins, it's a victory for them. 447 00:25:32,326 --> 00:25:33,458 Not for us. 448 00:25:33,490 --> 00:25:35,656 Who asked Alibaba? 449 00:25:35,688 --> 00:25:37,653 I'm a French soldier Abounouom. 450 00:25:37,686 --> 00:25:40,383 He look French to you boys? 451 00:25:42,814 --> 00:25:46,644 We don't play things for them to enjoy 452 00:25:46,676 --> 00:25:48,842 when and how they choose. 453 00:25:52,504 --> 00:25:53,936 That's what I told him. 454 00:25:53,968 --> 00:25:55,501 You a pacifist? 455 00:25:55,533 --> 00:25:56,765 Hit the bastard. 456 00:25:56,798 --> 00:25:57,631 I'll bloody you. 457 00:25:57,665 --> 00:25:58,564 Come on then. 458 00:25:58,597 --> 00:26:01,262 [Soldier] Sit down. 459 00:26:01,295 --> 00:26:02,592 You got us fighting against each other 460 00:26:02,626 --> 00:26:05,823 when we should be fighting them. 461 00:26:05,855 --> 00:26:10,517 This German is very clever with the whole boxing ploy, 462 00:26:10,551 --> 00:26:12,350 he distracted us from our true duty. 463 00:26:12,382 --> 00:26:13,315 Sit down. 464 00:26:17,842 --> 00:26:18,708 Go on. 465 00:26:20,506 --> 00:26:21,439 Escape. 466 00:26:22,604 --> 00:26:25,568 Our obligation is to hit them not in the sports arena. 467 00:26:25,601 --> 00:26:26,467 No. 468 00:26:28,199 --> 00:26:29,830 Where he hurts. 469 00:26:29,862 --> 00:26:30,696 In war. 470 00:26:31,927 --> 00:26:35,324 So we need to find a way out of here. 471 00:26:35,358 --> 00:26:37,322 [Zaid] We need to assess their defenses. 472 00:26:37,355 --> 00:26:39,352 [Billy] How are we gonna do that? 473 00:26:39,386 --> 00:26:42,249 [dramatic music] 474 00:27:17,278 --> 00:27:22,440 - [speaking in foreign language] - [dramatic music] 475 00:27:31,428 --> 00:27:33,327 [Soldier] Get off me. 476 00:27:33,360 --> 00:27:36,225 [dramatic music] 477 00:27:42,117 --> 00:27:44,581 Looks like it's wash up time, lads. 478 00:27:44,615 --> 00:27:47,313 [gentle music] 479 00:27:53,638 --> 00:27:55,470 We're not all gonna fit in that. 480 00:27:55,502 --> 00:27:58,368 [gentle music] 481 00:28:03,061 --> 00:28:05,492 [Soldier] Sir, what are we looking at? 482 00:28:05,526 --> 00:28:09,022 [Sergeant] MG above the gate. 483 00:28:09,056 --> 00:28:11,453 And another one over there. 484 00:28:11,486 --> 00:28:13,117 Say about 50 yards. 485 00:28:14,450 --> 00:28:16,314 Let's say 50 meters. 486 00:28:16,348 --> 00:28:19,211 [gentle music] 487 00:28:21,243 --> 00:28:23,574 I'll tell you something. 488 00:28:23,606 --> 00:28:26,169 He's no fool, this Drexler. 489 00:28:26,203 --> 00:28:30,332 He could keep 50 of us at bay with just that one bloody gun. 490 00:28:30,365 --> 00:28:33,030 I don't see this as a viable option, fellas. 491 00:28:33,063 --> 00:28:34,995 [Zaid] We're not getting out this side. 492 00:28:35,027 --> 00:28:36,725 Not alive. 493 00:28:36,759 --> 00:28:38,590 Think he's right. 494 00:28:38,622 --> 00:28:40,754 Need to start looking elsewhere, boys. 495 00:28:40,788 --> 00:28:43,452 [gentle music] 496 00:28:59,166 --> 00:29:00,732 Delivery bloke's not armed. 497 00:29:00,766 --> 00:29:03,430 [gentle music] 498 00:29:19,478 --> 00:29:22,309 [dramatic music] 499 00:29:42,621 --> 00:29:43,453 Head's up, boys. 500 00:29:43,486 --> 00:29:44,551 Guard coming. 501 00:29:44,584 --> 00:29:47,249 [gentle music] 502 00:29:50,644 --> 00:29:52,677 Private Danny Finnegan. 503 00:29:52,709 --> 00:29:55,008 Private Jaime Williams. 504 00:29:55,040 --> 00:29:56,272 Come with me. 505 00:29:56,305 --> 00:29:58,169 All right, what's all this about? 506 00:29:58,203 --> 00:29:59,602 What do they want? 507 00:29:59,635 --> 00:30:01,167 [speaking in foreign language] 508 00:30:01,199 --> 00:30:02,433 Come on, Jaime. 509 00:30:03,630 --> 00:30:04,663 Be all right. 510 00:30:04,696 --> 00:30:06,594 [gentle music] 511 00:30:06,627 --> 00:30:09,524 What's going on there? 512 00:30:09,556 --> 00:30:11,023 Don't know. 513 00:30:11,055 --> 00:30:13,486 [gentle music] 514 00:30:28,336 --> 00:30:29,536 I've just been on the telephone 515 00:30:29,570 --> 00:30:32,867 with Obersturmbannfuhrur Lang. 516 00:30:32,900 --> 00:30:37,095 He's very much looking forward to watching you in action 517 00:30:37,127 --> 00:30:40,091 and while this is unseemly for an officer of the Reich 518 00:30:40,125 --> 00:30:42,456 to negotiate with surrendered prisoners, 519 00:30:42,488 --> 00:30:44,485 it is also incumbent on the officer 520 00:30:44,519 --> 00:30:47,516 to adapt to immediate needs. 521 00:30:47,550 --> 00:30:51,580 Special circumstances require unique solutions. 522 00:30:54,010 --> 00:30:58,004 I am willing to make a one time only offer 523 00:30:58,038 --> 00:31:01,103 and allow let's call them generosities 524 00:31:01,967 --> 00:31:04,132 to your fellow prisoners. 525 00:31:04,164 --> 00:31:06,830 [gentle music] 526 00:31:06,862 --> 00:31:08,227 What you got? 527 00:31:08,261 --> 00:31:10,358 I have some influence over where they will send you. 528 00:31:10,391 --> 00:31:12,023 To which camp. 529 00:31:12,057 --> 00:31:15,453 Some of them you will find far less agreeable than others. 530 00:31:15,486 --> 00:31:16,819 Not enough. 531 00:31:17,517 --> 00:31:19,248 Believe me. 532 00:31:19,282 --> 00:31:22,079 If you were to meet some of old sailor colleagues, 533 00:31:22,111 --> 00:31:26,340 you would not regard this offer as a trifled. 534 00:31:26,374 --> 00:31:29,405 [Danny] Not good enough, sir. 535 00:31:29,438 --> 00:31:31,136 Last chance. 536 00:31:31,168 --> 00:31:32,534 We ain't gonna let him fight even if he wanted to. 537 00:31:32,567 --> 00:31:34,132 Wait, Jaime. 538 00:31:34,166 --> 00:31:36,464 [gentle music] 539 00:31:36,497 --> 00:31:38,529 So what, Danny? 540 00:31:38,562 --> 00:31:41,858 [Drexler] It's all right, Danny. 541 00:31:41,891 --> 00:31:43,389 [speaking in foreign language] 542 00:31:43,421 --> 00:31:46,285 [dramatic music] 543 00:31:52,013 --> 00:31:53,245 What doesn't he get, Danny? 544 00:31:53,279 --> 00:31:56,142 [dramatic music] 545 00:32:00,336 --> 00:32:01,304 Hang him up. 546 00:32:02,502 --> 00:32:04,167 No, wait. 547 00:32:04,200 --> 00:32:05,299 Wait. 548 00:32:05,332 --> 00:32:07,929 All right stop, wait. 549 00:32:07,962 --> 00:32:08,795 I'll do it. 550 00:32:08,827 --> 00:32:10,127 I'll fight him. 551 00:32:11,324 --> 00:32:12,324 Excellent. 552 00:32:15,455 --> 00:32:19,051 How do I know you will how do you say it, 553 00:32:20,282 --> 00:32:21,714 give it your all? 554 00:32:22,413 --> 00:32:24,378 I give you my word. 555 00:32:24,410 --> 00:32:25,743 Very good. 556 00:32:25,776 --> 00:32:27,408 Your word but what guarantees do I have? 557 00:32:27,442 --> 00:32:29,473 Look, I said I'll fight him. 558 00:32:29,505 --> 00:32:33,468 Then let us not disturb my man while he is training. 559 00:32:33,502 --> 00:32:34,934 Come with me. 560 00:32:34,966 --> 00:32:35,799 No, no, no. 561 00:32:35,831 --> 00:32:36,465 Wait, wait. 562 00:32:36,499 --> 00:32:37,897 I said I'll do it. 563 00:32:37,930 --> 00:32:39,029 I said I'll do it, all right. I'll fight. 564 00:32:39,061 --> 00:32:39,993 You ain't gonna hurt him, right? 565 00:32:40,027 --> 00:32:41,194 Look, I will fight on my honor. 566 00:32:41,227 --> 00:32:43,092 Unfortunately you missed your opportunity 567 00:32:43,124 --> 00:32:44,422 to act purely for honor 568 00:32:44,455 --> 00:32:46,488 and made this a nasty little transaction. 569 00:32:46,520 --> 00:32:48,151 I said yes. 570 00:32:48,185 --> 00:32:50,884 [gentle music] 571 00:32:53,480 --> 00:32:57,709 The royal air force were busy over Melville last night. 572 00:32:57,742 --> 00:33:00,172 Nothing to stop our advance of course, 573 00:33:00,206 --> 00:33:04,702 but this morning it seems most of the town is well, 574 00:33:04,735 --> 00:33:08,297 it has less need for stairs than yesterday. 575 00:33:08,329 --> 00:33:12,359 I understand they will be digging cavities out for days. 576 00:33:12,393 --> 00:33:16,954 Then comes the complicated task of establishing who is who. 577 00:33:16,986 --> 00:33:21,416 Many of the corpses they pull out will never be identified. 578 00:33:21,450 --> 00:33:26,811 One more body among so many will not be noticed by anyone. 579 00:33:27,509 --> 00:33:30,905 [speaking in foreign language] 580 00:33:30,938 --> 00:33:32,170 Oh God. 581 00:33:32,203 --> 00:33:34,701 [gentle music] 582 00:33:34,734 --> 00:33:36,334 What have they done to you? 583 00:33:36,366 --> 00:33:39,197 [gentle music] 584 00:33:58,143 --> 00:33:59,941 [speaking in foreign language] 585 00:33:59,973 --> 00:34:02,638 [gentle music] 586 00:34:05,402 --> 00:34:07,732 I said I'll do it. 587 00:34:07,765 --> 00:34:09,230 Yes, you gave your word 588 00:34:09,264 --> 00:34:12,761 and now I'm reassured you will keep it. 589 00:34:37,833 --> 00:34:40,897 [metal clanking] 590 00:34:53,615 --> 00:34:56,313 [gentle music] 591 00:35:28,678 --> 00:35:29,975 [Billy] Maybe later, eh. 592 00:35:30,008 --> 00:35:32,906 [gentle music] 593 00:36:00,044 --> 00:36:01,842 It's protein. 594 00:36:01,875 --> 00:36:04,572 Strength for your fight. 595 00:36:04,604 --> 00:36:06,704 I can't take your food, mate. 596 00:36:06,736 --> 00:36:08,135 I can't take it. 597 00:36:10,832 --> 00:36:13,896 These boy have lost all their hope. 598 00:36:13,928 --> 00:36:16,792 [gentle music] 599 00:36:17,957 --> 00:36:23,453 If we are going to get out of here, we need you to help us. 600 00:36:24,649 --> 00:36:27,480 I'm not sure I'm the man to help them. 601 00:36:27,513 --> 00:36:29,213 Give us back the hope. 602 00:36:30,576 --> 00:36:32,741 The hope that we can win. 603 00:36:34,138 --> 00:36:36,603 And we will find a way out of here. 604 00:36:36,637 --> 00:36:39,101 [gentle music] 605 00:36:45,028 --> 00:36:48,791 Each one of us will starve for you to win. 606 00:36:48,824 --> 00:36:51,455 [gentle music] 607 00:37:00,643 --> 00:37:03,142 You lot want me to fight this German then? 608 00:37:03,174 --> 00:37:04,142 Yes, lad. 609 00:37:05,839 --> 00:37:06,804 Not me. 610 00:37:06,837 --> 00:37:08,969 I just don't like the sausage. 611 00:37:09,001 --> 00:37:11,666 [gentle music] 612 00:37:48,491 --> 00:37:49,724 Big night tomorrow. 613 00:37:49,757 --> 00:37:52,388 [gentle music] 614 00:37:53,887 --> 00:37:56,051 You were right about Jaime, you know. 615 00:37:56,083 --> 00:37:57,883 It changes nothing. 616 00:38:00,845 --> 00:38:02,644 You don't have to go through with it. 617 00:38:02,677 --> 00:38:04,110 You can still back out. 618 00:38:04,142 --> 00:38:07,938 Time to back out was before we joined up, mate. 619 00:38:07,971 --> 00:38:09,002 What are you doing here anyway? 620 00:38:09,035 --> 00:38:10,568 Why'd you sign up? 621 00:38:12,067 --> 00:38:16,962 You look like you're living outside of East England, boy. 622 00:38:18,494 --> 00:38:21,490 Got charged with burglary in '39. 623 00:38:22,755 --> 00:38:24,852 Went up against this judge. 624 00:38:24,886 --> 00:38:28,084 He was only friends with Colonel Doyle. 625 00:38:29,447 --> 00:38:30,713 Gave me a choice. 626 00:38:33,043 --> 00:38:34,409 And here I am. 627 00:38:35,608 --> 00:38:38,039 Some choice he give you, huh. 628 00:38:38,071 --> 00:38:41,801 Well, you're gonna lay one on this crap. 629 00:38:41,834 --> 00:38:44,531 You're gonna get us back on our feet 630 00:38:44,564 --> 00:38:47,763 and I'm gonna find a way out of here. 631 00:38:49,425 --> 00:38:50,060 Yeah. 632 00:38:51,690 --> 00:38:52,623 Why not? 633 00:38:52,656 --> 00:38:55,519 [dramatic music] 634 00:39:09,105 --> 00:39:11,502 All your lads are out there. 635 00:39:11,535 --> 00:39:14,365 Drexler said that it'd give it a sporting atmosphere. 636 00:39:14,399 --> 00:39:16,297 He's clever, ain't he? 637 00:39:16,331 --> 00:39:19,061 Brought them along to see me go down. 638 00:39:19,093 --> 00:39:20,558 Locals, too. 639 00:39:20,592 --> 00:39:21,891 And full of SS. 640 00:39:23,488 --> 00:39:26,753 Wouldn't be surprised if it kicks off. 641 00:39:28,749 --> 00:39:30,015 Right. 642 00:39:30,049 --> 00:39:33,511 Bill, I gotta tell you something, mate. 643 00:39:33,545 --> 00:39:36,542 You see when I won my belt, right, I beat a lot of hard men. 644 00:39:36,574 --> 00:39:37,707 Do you understand? 645 00:39:37,739 --> 00:39:38,973 I can imagine. 646 00:39:40,603 --> 00:39:44,799 Yeah, but once I won it, it all changed, you know. 647 00:39:46,431 --> 00:39:47,663 See once you're the champ 648 00:39:47,696 --> 00:39:49,961 and you got the belt around your waist, that's it. 649 00:39:49,993 --> 00:39:51,459 Betting goes up around you 650 00:39:51,491 --> 00:39:52,724 and you're living in fantasy land. 651 00:39:52,757 --> 00:39:54,854 What are you saying? 652 00:39:54,888 --> 00:39:57,553 [gentle music] 653 00:39:59,484 --> 00:40:03,347 I ain't had a hard fight in seven years, mate. 654 00:40:03,380 --> 00:40:04,645 That can't be true. 655 00:40:04,678 --> 00:40:06,509 I'm being serious. 656 00:40:06,541 --> 00:40:09,705 They've been journeyman or they was weak opponents 657 00:40:09,739 --> 00:40:12,470 or sometimes it was just rigged. 658 00:40:12,502 --> 00:40:14,966 Danny, what are you telling me? 659 00:40:15,000 --> 00:40:19,761 I thought you didn't wanna fight 'cause I don't know. 660 00:40:19,794 --> 00:40:22,625 Not 'cause you were scared. 661 00:40:22,658 --> 00:40:25,356 [door thudding] 662 00:40:25,388 --> 00:40:28,187 [gentle music] 663 00:40:30,283 --> 00:40:30,950 Get up. 664 00:40:32,614 --> 00:40:34,512 Don't ask him. 665 00:40:34,545 --> 00:40:38,507 [speaking in foreign language] 666 00:40:44,568 --> 00:40:46,932 I came to wish you a good bout 667 00:40:48,396 --> 00:40:51,460 and to remind you of are understanding. 668 00:40:53,857 --> 00:40:56,289 And there's one more thing. 669 00:40:57,853 --> 00:40:58,686 Too tight? 670 00:40:58,719 --> 00:40:59,852 No. 671 00:40:59,885 --> 00:41:00,751 It's fine. 672 00:41:05,778 --> 00:41:08,443 You will not win this bout. 673 00:41:10,773 --> 00:41:12,838 Do you understand? 674 00:41:12,871 --> 00:41:14,702 Make it a good fight. 675 00:41:14,735 --> 00:41:16,633 A close fight. 676 00:41:16,667 --> 00:41:19,397 But if you are still standing 677 00:41:19,429 --> 00:41:22,327 in the 10th round, you will go down. 678 00:41:24,657 --> 00:41:26,921 If you are still standing. 679 00:41:26,955 --> 00:41:29,620 [gentle music] 680 00:41:31,682 --> 00:41:33,780 You sure that's not too tight? 681 00:41:33,814 --> 00:41:35,880 [gentle music] 682 00:41:35,911 --> 00:41:37,144 I do not need to remind you 683 00:41:37,177 --> 00:41:40,141 of the sincerity of my conviction. 684 00:41:40,174 --> 00:41:41,439 I'm quite sure you don't want it 685 00:41:41,472 --> 00:41:45,135 to be me strapping up your hands next time. 686 00:41:45,169 --> 00:41:46,501 [gentle music] 687 00:41:46,534 --> 00:41:48,499 Careful, sir. 688 00:41:48,531 --> 00:41:50,462 Your sportsmanship and your honor seems 689 00:41:50,495 --> 00:41:52,660 to be slipping a bit. 690 00:41:52,693 --> 00:41:53,594 Please. 691 00:41:53,626 --> 00:41:55,458 You're not stupid. 692 00:41:55,490 --> 00:41:57,455 It's never a matter of honor. 693 00:41:57,487 --> 00:41:59,552 Only a Finnegan losing. 694 00:41:59,586 --> 00:42:01,318 We're at war. 695 00:42:01,350 --> 00:42:05,214 Victorious warriors win first then go to war, 696 00:42:06,678 --> 00:42:11,341 while defeated warriors go to war first then try to win. 697 00:42:11,373 --> 00:42:14,269 [gentle music] 698 00:42:14,302 --> 00:42:15,635 That big fellow out there, does he know I'm going down? 699 00:42:15,668 --> 00:42:17,334 Does he? 700 00:42:17,366 --> 00:42:20,098 Rottenfuhrer Bartho Kraus has his own orders. 701 00:42:20,130 --> 00:42:22,728 [gentle music] 702 00:42:24,160 --> 00:42:27,189 He will be trying to kill you. 703 00:42:27,222 --> 00:42:28,222 Good luck. 704 00:42:28,255 --> 00:42:30,719 [gentle music] 705 00:43:02,617 --> 00:43:06,680 - [door thudding] - [gentle music] 706 00:43:06,713 --> 00:43:07,580 Listen. 707 00:43:09,077 --> 00:43:10,676 [speaking in foreign language] 708 00:43:10,708 --> 00:43:12,739 [gentle music] 709 00:43:12,772 --> 00:43:14,104 Tell you later. 710 00:43:14,137 --> 00:43:17,002 [gentle music] 711 00:43:20,365 --> 00:43:24,427 [speaking in foreign language] 712 00:43:46,302 --> 00:43:50,199 From the Waffen SS Panzer Division, 713 00:43:50,232 --> 00:43:53,096 Rottenfuhrer Bartho Kraus. 714 00:43:53,130 --> 00:43:55,761 [crowd cheering] 715 00:43:55,793 --> 00:43:59,289 [speaking in foreign language] 716 00:43:59,322 --> 00:44:00,621 Danny Finnegan. 717 00:44:01,652 --> 00:44:03,617 [speaking in foreign language] 718 00:44:03,650 --> 00:44:07,081 British expedition core representative. 719 00:44:08,446 --> 00:44:12,042 [speaking in foreign language] 720 00:44:12,074 --> 00:44:13,374 Heil Hitler. 721 00:44:13,407 --> 00:44:18,568 - [crowd chattering] - [gentle music] 722 00:44:45,173 --> 00:44:48,237 Danny, forget about what happened before. 723 00:44:48,269 --> 00:44:49,701 It's all gone now. 724 00:44:49,735 --> 00:44:52,965 Just get out there and win it for us. 725 00:44:54,130 --> 00:44:56,694 I don't know what I'm supposed to say. 726 00:44:56,727 --> 00:44:58,226 I don't even know the rules to be honest. 727 00:44:58,259 --> 00:45:00,356 I don't think there are any to know, mate. 728 00:45:00,390 --> 00:45:01,257 Here. 729 00:45:03,287 --> 00:45:06,083 Keep your feet lively and hit him hard I suppose. 730 00:45:06,116 --> 00:45:08,614 [gentle music] 731 00:45:09,579 --> 00:45:10,946 [bell ringing] 732 00:45:10,978 --> 00:45:13,876 [crowd chattering] 733 00:45:18,570 --> 00:45:21,100 [Soldier] Distance, Danny. 734 00:45:25,462 --> 00:45:26,263 Danny. 735 00:45:26,295 --> 00:45:27,326 Come on, Danny. 736 00:45:27,359 --> 00:45:30,390 [crowd chattering] 737 00:45:35,617 --> 00:45:38,548 [gentle music] 738 00:45:38,582 --> 00:45:42,177 [crowd cheering] 739 00:45:42,210 --> 00:45:44,076 Yes, boy, come on, Danny. 740 00:45:44,108 --> 00:45:45,007 Come on. 741 00:45:45,041 --> 00:45:45,908 Yes boy, Danny. 742 00:45:45,940 --> 00:45:46,540 Yes boy. 743 00:45:46,572 --> 00:45:47,404 One. 744 00:45:47,438 --> 00:45:50,336 [gentle music] 745 00:45:50,369 --> 00:45:51,301 You got him. 746 00:45:51,334 --> 00:45:52,467 He's out. 747 00:45:52,499 --> 00:45:53,998 No, not this round. 748 00:45:54,032 --> 00:45:57,627 [speaking in foreign language] 749 00:45:57,660 --> 00:45:59,226 [Referee] Six. 750 00:45:59,260 --> 00:46:00,958 Seven. 751 00:46:00,990 --> 00:46:02,189 Eight. 752 00:46:02,223 --> 00:46:03,056 Nine. 753 00:46:03,089 --> 00:46:04,154 Okay. 754 00:46:04,186 --> 00:46:07,050 [gentle music] 755 00:46:07,084 --> 00:46:08,183 [bell ringing] 756 00:46:08,216 --> 00:46:13,179 - [dramatic music] - [crowd chattering] 757 00:46:33,554 --> 00:46:36,352 [dramatic music] 758 00:46:54,532 --> 00:46:55,964 He's good. 759 00:46:55,996 --> 00:46:57,163 You're better. 760 00:46:58,527 --> 00:47:01,458 Danny, you're gonna win this one. 761 00:47:01,491 --> 00:47:02,357 Come on. 762 00:47:04,421 --> 00:47:08,084 - [gentle music] - [bell ringing] 763 00:47:08,118 --> 00:47:13,279 - [dramatic music] - [crowd chattering] 764 00:47:41,980 --> 00:47:43,213 [bell ringing] 765 00:47:43,246 --> 00:47:46,010 [gentle music] 766 00:47:51,271 --> 00:47:53,303 Danny, you look amazing. 767 00:47:54,767 --> 00:47:57,764 He can't handle you, you beautiful boy. 768 00:47:57,797 --> 00:47:58,697 Yeah, what? 769 00:47:59,529 --> 00:48:01,827 Where's the wrestling gum? 770 00:48:01,859 --> 00:48:02,926 Where does it go? 771 00:48:02,958 --> 00:48:04,988 Put it on the cut. 772 00:48:05,021 --> 00:48:05,854 I see. 773 00:48:07,154 --> 00:48:09,884 Just on the cuts I said. 774 00:48:09,917 --> 00:48:11,182 What's it for anyway? 775 00:48:11,216 --> 00:48:13,313 The shots, they slip off. 776 00:48:13,346 --> 00:48:15,244 Does it work? 777 00:48:15,277 --> 00:48:16,243 We'll find out, won't we? 778 00:48:16,277 --> 00:48:17,308 Come on. 779 00:48:17,341 --> 00:48:18,175 [bell ringing] 780 00:48:18,209 --> 00:48:19,441 Here we go. 781 00:48:19,474 --> 00:48:23,969 - [crowd cheering] - [gentle music] 782 00:48:24,002 --> 00:48:29,163 - [crowd chattering] - [dramatic music] 783 00:48:57,898 --> 00:49:03,027 - [bell ringing] - [crowd cheering] 784 00:49:07,754 --> 00:49:10,352 [gentle music] 785 00:49:12,782 --> 00:49:14,879 You've got him. 786 00:49:14,913 --> 00:49:17,277 You've got him now. 787 00:49:17,310 --> 00:49:18,377 What round is it? 788 00:49:18,409 --> 00:49:19,841 10. 789 00:49:19,874 --> 00:49:21,039 This is it. 790 00:49:21,072 --> 00:49:21,972 Clobber him. 791 00:49:22,005 --> 00:49:23,704 Finish him off. 792 00:49:23,737 --> 00:49:25,369 Lay one on the bastard. 793 00:49:25,402 --> 00:49:28,265 [gentle music] 794 00:49:28,298 --> 00:49:31,096 [dramatic music] 795 00:49:34,923 --> 00:49:40,086 - [crowd chattering] - [dramatic music] 796 00:49:55,068 --> 00:49:56,301 [Soldier] Come on, Danny. 797 00:49:56,334 --> 00:49:57,833 Three to get up. You can do it, get up. 798 00:49:57,867 --> 00:49:58,666 [Referee] One. 799 00:49:58,699 --> 00:49:59,765 Stand up. 800 00:49:59,798 --> 00:50:00,330 Get up. 801 00:50:00,363 --> 00:50:01,196 Come on, get up. 802 00:50:01,230 --> 00:50:02,728 Come on. 803 00:50:02,760 --> 00:50:03,760 Stand up. 804 00:50:03,793 --> 00:50:06,823 [crowd chattering] 805 00:50:10,187 --> 00:50:11,019 Get up. 806 00:50:11,051 --> 00:50:12,284 Danny, up. 807 00:50:12,316 --> 00:50:14,815 [speaking in foreign language] 808 00:50:14,848 --> 00:50:20,009 - [gentle music] - [heartbeat pounding] 809 00:50:20,774 --> 00:50:23,972 [crowd chattering] 810 00:50:24,004 --> 00:50:24,836 Danny, get up. 811 00:50:24,870 --> 00:50:25,803 Come on. 812 00:50:25,835 --> 00:50:28,233 [Sergeant] Get up, come on. 813 00:50:29,764 --> 00:50:31,163 [Referee] Six. 814 00:50:31,196 --> 00:50:32,095 Seven. 815 00:50:32,129 --> 00:50:35,159 [crowd chattering] 816 00:50:39,155 --> 00:50:40,854 [Soldier] Come on, Danny, breathe. 817 00:50:40,886 --> 00:50:41,718 Get up. 818 00:50:41,752 --> 00:50:42,951 You can do it. 819 00:50:44,015 --> 00:50:44,848 Come on. 820 00:50:46,047 --> 00:50:47,513 [Referee] Nine. 821 00:50:49,677 --> 00:50:54,772 - [crowd cheering] - [dramatic music] 822 00:51:52,642 --> 00:51:57,803 - [gentle music] - [crowd cheering] 823 00:52:13,086 --> 00:52:14,885 [bell ringing] 824 00:52:14,917 --> 00:52:20,079 - [crowd cheering] - [gentle music] 825 00:53:17,815 --> 00:53:19,049 Danny? 826 00:53:19,080 --> 00:53:21,945 [dramatic music] 827 00:53:26,074 --> 00:53:29,004 [gentle music] 828 00:53:29,037 --> 00:53:34,366 - [soldiers chattering] - [gentle music] 829 00:53:38,526 --> 00:53:40,957 [gentle music] 830 00:54:05,697 --> 00:54:07,396 And they're all smiling and cheering 831 00:54:07,428 --> 00:54:08,827 'cause they think they've got him licked, 832 00:54:08,861 --> 00:54:10,327 but our lad won't stay down. 833 00:54:10,359 --> 00:54:12,856 No, our glorious warrior clambers to his feet 834 00:54:12,889 --> 00:54:15,586 and drawing on deep wells of strength no one knew he had. 835 00:54:15,618 --> 00:54:16,951 Not even himself. 836 00:54:16,984 --> 00:54:19,416 He lunges across the ring. 837 00:54:19,449 --> 00:54:22,513 And as the big Bavarian beast comes right at him. 838 00:54:22,546 --> 00:54:23,377 Ph. 839 00:54:23,410 --> 00:54:24,443 Ph. 840 00:54:24,477 --> 00:54:25,643 Ph. 841 00:54:25,675 --> 00:54:27,042 But our crowd killer counters with a left. 842 00:54:27,075 --> 00:54:29,306 And a right and another left and another. 843 00:54:29,338 --> 00:54:30,703 And then the boy from Bethnal Green 844 00:54:30,736 --> 00:54:31,901 goes in for the coup de grace. 845 00:54:31,934 --> 00:54:34,733 [dramatic music] 846 00:54:36,897 --> 00:54:40,892 [speaking in foreign language] 847 00:54:42,457 --> 00:54:44,621 [dramatic music] 848 00:54:44,654 --> 00:54:45,887 [Danny] It's all right, Bill. 849 00:54:45,919 --> 00:54:47,351 [Billy] What does he bloody want? 850 00:54:47,384 --> 00:54:50,016 [dramatic music] 851 00:55:00,039 --> 00:55:01,870 [door thudding] 852 00:55:01,903 --> 00:55:04,733 [dramatic music] 853 00:55:08,361 --> 00:55:12,326 [speaking in foreign language] 854 00:55:13,024 --> 00:55:15,389 You have a fast right. 855 00:55:15,422 --> 00:55:16,453 A strong left. 856 00:55:17,518 --> 00:55:19,251 You have fought well. 857 00:55:19,285 --> 00:55:20,250 [speaking in foreign language] 858 00:55:20,282 --> 00:55:22,015 Congratulations. 859 00:55:22,047 --> 00:55:26,010 [speaking in foreign language] 860 00:55:26,042 --> 00:55:29,839 This is all very well beating a private from the ranks. 861 00:55:29,871 --> 00:55:30,837 A beast. 862 00:55:30,871 --> 00:55:34,400 [speaking in foreign language] 863 00:55:34,434 --> 00:55:37,332 Had a good technique and full of spirit, 864 00:55:37,365 --> 00:55:41,228 but lacking shall we say true Aryan physique. 865 00:55:43,725 --> 00:55:47,953 You will never win against a real champion. 866 00:55:47,986 --> 00:55:50,516 [crowd cheering] 867 00:55:50,549 --> 00:55:51,881 My champion. 868 00:55:51,915 --> 00:55:57,277 - [dramatic music] - [bell ringing] 869 00:55:58,475 --> 00:56:00,539 Maximus Sennenhund was a world champion. 870 00:56:00,571 --> 00:56:01,604 Heavyweight. 871 00:56:03,735 --> 00:56:04,601 He's dead. 872 00:56:04,634 --> 00:56:07,532 [gentle music] 873 00:56:09,695 --> 00:56:12,726 I agree to one fight with your man. 874 00:56:13,858 --> 00:56:15,790 Not gonna be your play thing. 875 00:56:15,823 --> 00:56:18,487 [gentle music] 876 00:56:19,785 --> 00:56:21,249 Play thing? 877 00:56:21,282 --> 00:56:25,312 - [speaking in foreign language] - [gentle music] 878 00:56:25,346 --> 00:56:26,212 Games. 879 00:56:28,374 --> 00:56:30,473 You think these are games? 880 00:56:31,704 --> 00:56:35,634 [speaking in foreign language] 881 00:56:39,263 --> 00:56:42,161 Everything we do is for a purpose. 882 00:56:42,194 --> 00:56:44,325 National socialism does not consist 883 00:56:44,357 --> 00:56:48,387 of grand gestures and extravagant acts. 884 00:56:48,419 --> 00:56:49,719 It is an attitude. 885 00:56:49,752 --> 00:56:52,449 [speaking in foreign language] 886 00:56:52,483 --> 00:56:53,682 A way of life. 887 00:56:55,811 --> 00:56:59,675 [speaking in foreign language] 888 00:56:59,707 --> 00:57:02,106 Millions of tiny acts a day. 889 00:57:03,603 --> 00:57:07,833 Each one in themselves is nothing like a raindrop, 890 00:57:09,198 --> 00:57:13,493 but together they create the fury of a storm. 891 00:57:13,526 --> 00:57:16,356 [gentle music] 892 00:57:21,551 --> 00:57:25,613 [speaking in foreign language] 893 00:57:27,844 --> 00:57:30,740 I have made the necessary arrangements 894 00:57:30,773 --> 00:57:32,872 and delayed your departure to Germany. 895 00:57:32,906 --> 00:57:34,471 [speaking in foreign language] 896 00:57:34,504 --> 00:57:36,534 You'll have one week to heal 897 00:57:36,567 --> 00:57:41,729 and you'll all be taken to a prison camp south of Bailleul. 898 00:57:42,428 --> 00:57:43,095 But. 899 00:57:44,227 --> 00:57:46,524 The night before you leave. 900 00:57:47,455 --> 00:57:49,455 You will fight my man 901 00:57:51,852 --> 00:57:53,550 and you will lose. 902 00:57:53,583 --> 00:57:56,214 [gentle music] 903 00:58:00,642 --> 00:58:02,840 [speaking in foreign language] 904 00:58:02,872 --> 00:58:05,569 [gentle music] 905 00:58:07,467 --> 00:58:09,066 What happened to your man? 906 00:58:09,100 --> 00:58:10,632 Man I just fought. 907 00:58:10,664 --> 00:58:12,828 [gentle music] 908 00:58:12,862 --> 00:58:16,192 Mr. Kraus has been transferred. 909 00:58:16,225 --> 00:58:19,023 [gentle music] 910 00:58:20,253 --> 00:58:22,119 I told you to go down. 911 00:58:24,149 --> 00:58:27,312 We have kept your friends in here as insurance. 912 00:58:27,345 --> 00:58:30,476 If you deviate again, everyone in that barn 913 00:58:30,508 --> 00:58:32,107 will find themselves at the bottom 914 00:58:32,141 --> 00:58:35,472 of a bomb flattened French schoolhouse. 915 00:58:38,133 --> 00:58:40,766 [dramatic music] 916 00:58:46,060 --> 00:58:47,491 A week but where? 917 00:58:48,556 --> 00:58:51,186 Didn't say specifically. 918 00:58:51,219 --> 00:58:52,452 Germany. 919 00:58:52,484 --> 00:58:55,515 That's all the specifically we need. 920 00:58:55,549 --> 00:58:58,380 And while you've all been having fun 921 00:58:58,412 --> 00:59:01,742 setting up your little fan club, 922 00:59:01,775 --> 00:59:04,339 you've forgotten what we are and where we're heading. 923 00:59:04,373 --> 00:59:05,306 [Danny] We're not heading anywhere. 924 00:59:05,338 --> 00:59:07,037 We're going home, aren't we? 925 00:59:07,070 --> 00:59:08,534 So what you gonna box your way out of Germany now? 926 00:59:08,567 --> 00:59:10,033 No actually. 927 00:59:10,066 --> 00:59:11,531 I'm not gonna box my way out of Germany. 928 00:59:11,564 --> 00:59:12,432 So what? 929 00:59:14,728 --> 00:59:16,160 Well we're gonna escape 930 00:59:16,192 --> 00:59:17,591 before we're even taken to Germany, aren't we? 931 00:59:17,624 --> 00:59:20,254 That bloke punched your head too hard. 932 00:59:20,288 --> 00:59:22,088 He's right. 933 00:59:22,120 --> 00:59:24,718 We need to escape this week. 934 00:59:24,750 --> 00:59:27,249 And how we gonna do that? 935 00:59:30,078 --> 00:59:31,343 I don't know. 936 00:59:34,773 --> 00:59:37,070 Well we better think of something. 937 00:59:37,103 --> 00:59:40,300 Otherwise you're gonna have to fight that monster 938 00:59:40,334 --> 00:59:43,131 and then we're all headed for Germany. 939 00:59:43,163 --> 00:59:44,329 Not all. 940 00:59:44,363 --> 00:59:45,562 Not Danny. 941 00:59:45,595 --> 00:59:47,626 I can't see you surviving even three rounds 942 00:59:47,659 --> 00:59:50,389 with that mountain of meat. 943 00:59:50,421 --> 00:59:51,355 There you go, lad. 944 00:59:51,388 --> 00:59:52,554 Always a bright side, eh. 945 00:59:52,587 --> 00:59:55,285 [gentle music] 946 00:59:56,748 --> 01:00:01,210 [speaking in foreign language] 947 01:00:01,243 --> 01:00:03,675 [gentle music] 948 01:00:49,058 --> 01:00:53,388 What you said about the fight before the war, 949 01:00:53,420 --> 01:00:56,251 I'm sorry I called you scared. 950 01:00:56,284 --> 01:00:57,116 I was wrong. 951 01:00:57,150 --> 01:00:57,949 Ah, you weren't. 952 01:00:57,981 --> 01:00:59,580 I was scared. 953 01:00:59,614 --> 01:01:02,311 I don't care what you did or you didn't do. 954 01:01:02,343 --> 01:01:03,510 Poor blokes like us are always gonna 955 01:01:03,542 --> 01:01:05,542 have our fight through a battle ridge. 956 01:01:05,575 --> 01:01:08,272 I mean, look around you. 957 01:01:08,304 --> 01:01:11,001 [gentle music] 958 01:01:12,567 --> 01:01:14,031 Billy. 959 01:01:14,064 --> 01:01:15,597 Billy, look who it is. 960 01:01:15,630 --> 01:01:17,528 [Billy] The delivery bloke. 961 01:01:17,562 --> 01:01:18,594 No, that's no bloke, mate. 962 01:01:18,626 --> 01:01:20,490 Look. 963 01:01:20,523 --> 01:01:21,357 [Billy] It's that girl. 964 01:01:21,391 --> 01:01:22,489 The girl from the farm. 965 01:01:22,522 --> 01:01:25,853 [gentle music] 966 01:01:25,885 --> 01:01:28,149 It's our answer, isn't it? 967 01:01:28,182 --> 01:01:30,049 [gentle music] 968 01:01:30,081 --> 01:01:31,979 Come with me, Billy. 969 01:01:32,011 --> 01:01:33,476 [gentle music] 970 01:01:33,510 --> 01:01:35,043 [Billy] What are we doing? 971 01:01:35,076 --> 01:01:37,972 [gentle music] 972 01:01:42,533 --> 01:01:44,099 [Danny] Sorry Archie, I'll explain later. 973 01:01:44,131 --> 01:01:45,997 [gentle music] 974 01:01:46,030 --> 01:01:46,863 Come here, Finnegan. 975 01:01:46,895 --> 01:01:50,225 [gentle music] 976 01:01:50,258 --> 01:01:51,424 Stop it, wait. 977 01:01:51,457 --> 01:01:52,590 Get off it. 978 01:01:52,622 --> 01:01:54,854 [Archie] Back off me. 979 01:01:54,888 --> 01:01:56,253 [Soldier] We're on the same side. 980 01:01:56,286 --> 01:01:58,950 [gentle music] 981 01:02:18,829 --> 01:02:19,861 Hey. 982 01:02:19,893 --> 01:02:20,826 [Chantalle] Go away. 983 01:02:20,859 --> 01:02:21,992 [Danny] I need to talk to you. 984 01:02:22,025 --> 01:02:23,956 No, you'll get us both killed. Go away. 985 01:02:23,989 --> 01:02:25,055 [Danny] Wait, I just. 986 01:02:25,088 --> 01:02:28,184 I'm calling the guard. 987 01:02:28,217 --> 01:02:29,284 Come on then. 988 01:02:29,316 --> 01:02:31,349 You yellow rat. 989 01:02:31,380 --> 01:02:33,345 All right when he comes, just drive, yeah. 990 01:02:33,378 --> 01:02:34,544 [Chantalle] Don't you get in my cart. 991 01:02:34,577 --> 01:02:37,408 [gentle music] 992 01:02:43,034 --> 01:02:44,466 [gun firing] 993 01:02:44,500 --> 01:02:47,198 [gentle music] 994 01:02:50,027 --> 01:02:53,290 [speaking in foreign language] 995 01:02:53,324 --> 01:02:56,022 [gentle music] 996 01:03:43,236 --> 01:03:44,169 Whoa. 997 01:03:47,033 --> 01:03:48,465 What are you doing here? 998 01:03:48,496 --> 01:03:49,830 I just want to talk to you, okay. 999 01:03:49,862 --> 01:03:51,360 No, you ruined everything. 1000 01:03:51,394 --> 01:03:52,460 It wasn't our fault. 1001 01:03:52,492 --> 01:03:54,158 We were surrounded. 1002 01:03:54,192 --> 01:03:56,123 [Chantalle] What are you talking about? 1003 01:03:56,154 --> 01:03:58,820 What your dad at the farm. 1004 01:03:58,852 --> 01:03:59,751 No, not at the farm. 1005 01:03:59,785 --> 01:04:00,685 At the box. 1006 01:04:00,718 --> 01:04:01,351 The box? 1007 01:04:01,383 --> 01:04:03,082 At the fighting. 1008 01:04:03,115 --> 01:04:05,713 The commander, I had him and you ruined everything. 1009 01:04:05,745 --> 01:04:07,643 Who's the commander? 1010 01:04:09,207 --> 01:04:10,440 It was perfect. 1011 01:04:10,473 --> 01:04:12,371 Every eye on the place was watching you. 1012 01:04:12,404 --> 01:04:15,401 [crowd chattering] 1013 01:04:16,701 --> 01:04:17,333 Except me. 1014 01:04:17,366 --> 01:04:20,130 [crowd chattering] 1015 01:04:20,162 --> 01:04:21,795 And I was about to. 1016 01:04:21,828 --> 01:04:24,825 [crowd chattering] 1017 01:04:27,021 --> 01:04:28,687 And then you leap up. 1018 01:04:28,720 --> 01:04:31,951 [crowd chattering] 1019 01:04:31,984 --> 01:04:32,950 He moves. 1020 01:04:32,982 --> 01:04:36,178 [crowd chattering] 1021 01:04:36,211 --> 01:04:37,377 You took away my one chance. 1022 01:04:37,411 --> 01:04:38,644 You ruined everything. 1023 01:04:38,677 --> 01:04:39,842 Now go away. 1024 01:04:39,875 --> 01:04:41,008 How was I supposed to know that was your plan? 1025 01:04:41,041 --> 01:04:43,904 I could see out of one eye on the night. 1026 01:04:43,936 --> 01:04:46,834 [Chantalle] It doesn't matter now. 1027 01:04:46,868 --> 01:04:50,631 Okay, what if you could have another go at the commander? 1028 01:04:50,663 --> 01:04:51,995 I'm listening. 1029 01:04:55,225 --> 01:04:57,622 Look, do you have friends? 1030 01:04:57,655 --> 01:04:59,020 Friends you trust? 1031 01:04:59,054 --> 01:05:00,154 To do what? 1032 01:05:03,017 --> 01:05:05,247 I'm still working it out, but just can you find them? 1033 01:05:05,280 --> 01:05:07,945 I think so but to do what? 1034 01:05:07,978 --> 01:05:09,643 Just find them, all right. 1035 01:05:09,675 --> 01:05:10,873 Yeah, but what is your plan? 1036 01:05:10,906 --> 01:05:12,772 [Guard] Halt, halt. 1037 01:05:12,804 --> 01:05:17,967 - [speaking in foreign language] - [dramatic music] 1038 01:05:21,296 --> 01:05:24,260 [dramatic music] 1039 01:05:34,847 --> 01:05:37,245 [gentle music] 1040 01:06:01,054 --> 01:06:02,152 [Danny] Got it. 1041 01:06:02,185 --> 01:06:04,017 What was all that about? 1042 01:06:04,050 --> 01:06:05,649 What did she say? 1043 01:06:05,681 --> 01:06:08,213 Didn't really get that far if I'm honest. 1044 01:06:08,245 --> 01:06:10,210 So what did you talk about? 1045 01:06:10,243 --> 01:06:12,706 It was weird, Sarge. 1046 01:06:12,739 --> 01:06:16,036 She said at the fight she was gonna kill Lang. 1047 01:06:16,069 --> 01:06:17,735 [Sarge] What? 1048 01:06:17,769 --> 01:06:18,600 Who her? 1049 01:06:18,633 --> 01:06:19,633 How? 1050 01:06:20,498 --> 01:06:23,828 She said she smuggled in a knife in her coat. 1051 01:06:23,861 --> 01:06:24,693 And you saw the place. 1052 01:06:24,727 --> 01:06:25,993 It was packed. 1053 01:06:26,027 --> 01:06:26,959 And she's slipping through the crowd. 1054 01:06:26,991 --> 01:06:28,856 She's going for row after row. 1055 01:06:28,889 --> 01:06:30,221 Not a guard's noticed her. 1056 01:06:30,255 --> 01:06:34,118 She's about a foot away from Lang. 1057 01:06:34,151 --> 01:06:37,215 A foot away from slitting his throat. 1058 01:06:39,111 --> 01:06:42,908 All because they're all fixated on the fight. 1059 01:06:49,867 --> 01:06:50,899 Danny. 1060 01:06:50,933 --> 01:06:53,597 [gentle music] 1061 01:06:53,630 --> 01:06:54,828 We need to contact Chantalle. 1062 01:06:54,861 --> 01:06:57,692 We need to send a message to Chantalle. 1063 01:06:57,725 --> 01:07:00,189 Get that bit of paper and your pencil, Maurice. 1064 01:07:00,221 --> 01:07:01,787 We gotta write her a note 1065 01:07:01,820 --> 01:07:02,887 'cause I ain't gonna get close enough 1066 01:07:02,919 --> 01:07:05,584 to tell her in person again. 1067 01:07:05,616 --> 01:07:08,214 Tell her she calls everyone she can trust, all right. 1068 01:07:08,246 --> 01:07:10,478 [gentle music] 1069 01:07:10,512 --> 01:07:11,677 Soldier? 1070 01:07:11,710 --> 01:07:12,709 No, locals. 1071 01:07:12,741 --> 01:07:14,972 There ain't any soldiers left. 1072 01:07:15,006 --> 01:07:18,103 Now we ask each person to bring a couple of coats. 1073 01:07:18,135 --> 01:07:19,468 Coats. 1074 01:07:19,502 --> 01:07:21,567 And bring them to the fight. 1075 01:07:21,599 --> 01:07:26,761 Now we get each one of them to slip a coat on one of yous. 1076 01:07:28,259 --> 01:07:32,188 And then while everyone's watching the fight, you slip out. 1077 01:07:33,520 --> 01:07:34,752 Slip out? 1078 01:07:34,785 --> 01:07:35,818 Are you crazy? 1079 01:07:35,850 --> 01:07:37,681 We're gonna get caught in minutes. 1080 01:07:37,714 --> 01:07:40,012 No because I'm gonna give them a fight 1081 01:07:40,046 --> 01:07:41,611 that they can't take their eyes off. 1082 01:07:41,643 --> 01:07:45,705 - [crowd cheering] - [dramatic music] 1083 01:07:45,739 --> 01:07:47,771 What about you? 1084 01:07:47,804 --> 01:07:49,502 I'm going down in the fifth. 1085 01:07:49,535 --> 01:07:54,165 - [crowd cheering] - [dramatic music] 1086 01:07:54,198 --> 01:07:56,029 One of you will have to sneak me out. 1087 01:07:56,062 --> 01:07:59,059 Or carry me to where I get changed. 1088 01:08:00,156 --> 01:08:01,955 The room's guarded at the front, 1089 01:08:01,987 --> 01:08:04,951 but the lock out the back is busted. 1090 01:08:04,985 --> 01:08:06,650 One pull on that and the next thing we'll be seeing 1091 01:08:06,682 --> 01:08:09,547 is the white cliffs of Dover. 1092 01:08:09,579 --> 01:08:11,412 [Maurice] You're joking, right? 1093 01:08:11,446 --> 01:08:13,576 No, I'm not joking, Maurice. 1094 01:08:13,608 --> 01:08:15,640 In fact, if any of yous got a better idea, 1095 01:08:15,674 --> 01:08:18,538 best speak up now 'cause if this don't come off 1096 01:08:18,570 --> 01:08:22,467 in about three days we're gonna be trapped in Germany. 1097 01:08:22,498 --> 01:08:24,597 We'll be surrounded by Nazis. 1098 01:08:24,631 --> 01:08:26,462 The star hub. 1099 01:08:26,495 --> 01:08:27,695 Secret police. 1100 01:08:31,890 --> 01:08:34,087 We're still in France, boys. 1101 01:08:34,120 --> 01:08:35,020 Yeah? 1102 01:08:36,185 --> 01:08:38,915 Still a war going on. 1103 01:08:38,947 --> 01:08:40,480 He's right. 1104 01:08:40,514 --> 01:08:43,544 We need to get out before they take us to Germany 1105 01:08:43,575 --> 01:08:46,073 while there's still chaos out there. 1106 01:08:46,106 --> 01:08:49,470 [Sergeant] Then what then? 1107 01:08:49,504 --> 01:08:50,470 Dunkirk. 1108 01:08:50,503 --> 01:08:52,900 [gentle music] 1109 01:08:52,932 --> 01:08:53,799 Yeah. 1110 01:08:54,931 --> 01:08:55,797 Then home. 1111 01:08:55,830 --> 01:08:58,460 [gentle music] 1112 01:09:02,522 --> 01:09:04,021 You got all that? 1113 01:09:04,055 --> 01:09:05,454 Good. 1114 01:09:05,486 --> 01:09:06,651 Now we just gotta make sure she gets it 1115 01:09:06,684 --> 01:09:07,983 'cause all our hopes of getting out of here 1116 01:09:08,015 --> 01:09:10,781 are on that one little bit of paper. 1117 01:09:10,814 --> 01:09:12,013 We can't risk them catching me 1118 01:09:12,046 --> 01:09:15,942 anywhere near her again or she's dead, too. 1119 01:09:15,975 --> 01:09:18,106 We're gonna need another diversion. 1120 01:09:18,138 --> 01:09:20,669 We gotta make sure every screw's eyes 1121 01:09:20,703 --> 01:09:22,401 ain't anywhere near me. 1122 01:09:22,433 --> 01:09:23,567 The Krauts will already be on edge 1123 01:09:23,599 --> 01:09:25,431 after this little fiasco. 1124 01:09:25,465 --> 01:09:27,729 They won't fall for fisticuffs twice. 1125 01:09:27,761 --> 01:09:28,593 He's right. 1126 01:09:28,627 --> 01:09:30,692 Yeah, he is, isn't he? 1127 01:09:31,890 --> 01:09:33,789 Let's think of something else. 1128 01:09:33,823 --> 01:09:35,587 Something bigger. 1129 01:09:35,619 --> 01:09:36,653 Much bigger. 1130 01:09:37,751 --> 01:09:39,417 I've got an idea. 1131 01:09:40,715 --> 01:09:43,579 [dramatic music] 1132 01:10:51,470 --> 01:10:52,837 Do it. 1133 01:10:52,869 --> 01:10:55,600 Do it before I change my mind. 1134 01:10:55,634 --> 01:10:58,498 [dramatic music] 1135 01:11:01,426 --> 01:11:02,259 What? 1136 01:11:02,292 --> 01:11:04,224 [dramatic music] 1137 01:11:04,258 --> 01:11:04,923 Ah. 1138 01:11:06,420 --> 01:11:07,620 Medic. 1139 01:11:07,654 --> 01:11:08,653 You bastard. 1140 01:11:08,684 --> 01:11:09,784 [Billy] Medic. 1141 01:11:09,818 --> 01:11:10,649 Doctor. 1142 01:11:10,683 --> 01:11:11,616 We need a doctor. 1143 01:11:11,649 --> 01:11:15,678 [speaking in foreign language] 1144 01:11:17,409 --> 01:11:18,243 Doctor. 1145 01:11:18,274 --> 01:11:19,307 Doctor. 1146 01:11:19,340 --> 01:11:22,938 [speaking in foreign language] 1147 01:11:22,971 --> 01:11:23,836 I need a medic. 1148 01:11:23,869 --> 01:11:25,667 [Zaid] We need a doctor. 1149 01:11:25,701 --> 01:11:28,565 [Archie] Look at my hand. 1150 01:11:28,597 --> 01:11:29,929 Doctor, doctor. 1151 01:11:29,963 --> 01:11:35,290 - [speaking in foreign language] - [dramatic music] 1152 01:11:39,586 --> 01:11:42,449 [dramatic music] 1153 01:11:57,566 --> 01:12:00,197 [gentle music] 1154 01:12:45,814 --> 01:12:47,478 [Archie] Well lads. 1155 01:12:47,512 --> 01:12:48,744 We've done our bit. 1156 01:12:48,777 --> 01:12:51,841 Let's hope the girl does hers. 1157 01:12:51,874 --> 01:12:55,471 Never was much one with an ax, Billy. 1158 01:12:57,167 --> 01:12:58,632 She better find that note. 1159 01:12:58,665 --> 01:13:03,128 Or I'll never play the piano never again for nothing. 1160 01:13:03,162 --> 01:13:03,794 Oh God, mate. 1161 01:13:03,827 --> 01:13:06,325 You played the piano? 1162 01:13:06,357 --> 01:13:08,222 Could've learned. 1163 01:13:11,385 --> 01:13:12,452 Not anymore. 1164 01:13:15,581 --> 01:13:16,647 She'll find it. 1165 01:13:17,779 --> 01:13:18,845 How'd you know? 1166 01:13:18,877 --> 01:13:20,409 [Zaid] She will. 1167 01:13:20,442 --> 01:13:24,439 Well if she doesn't, we're all dead. 1168 01:13:24,471 --> 01:13:27,135 [gentle music] 1169 01:14:24,472 --> 01:14:25,571 So stupid. 1170 01:14:25,605 --> 01:14:28,436 [gentle music] 1171 01:14:33,197 --> 01:14:34,362 Idiot. 1172 01:14:34,396 --> 01:14:37,060 [gentle music] 1173 01:14:41,387 --> 01:14:42,653 [speaking in foreign language] 1174 01:14:42,687 --> 01:14:45,351 [gentle music] 1175 01:14:50,644 --> 01:14:55,607 You're all missing the one main flaw with this plan. 1176 01:14:57,336 --> 01:14:58,970 This is only gonna work if you survive long enough 1177 01:14:59,002 --> 01:15:00,502 for us to get out. 1178 01:15:01,665 --> 01:15:03,064 You don't even know if you can go 1179 01:15:03,097 --> 01:15:04,263 at least five rounds with that beast. 1180 01:15:04,297 --> 01:15:06,161 He's a monster, he is. 1181 01:15:07,426 --> 01:15:09,224 It's whether or not you can stay alive. 1182 01:15:09,256 --> 01:15:11,922 [gentle music] 1183 01:15:29,301 --> 01:15:33,631 I came to say goodbye in case you don't make it. 1184 01:15:35,028 --> 01:15:35,896 Okay. 1185 01:15:39,425 --> 01:15:43,321 I believe if things had been different, 1186 01:15:43,354 --> 01:15:46,385 we would've been friends you and I. 1187 01:15:50,046 --> 01:15:51,245 You're not here to tell me 1188 01:15:51,278 --> 01:15:54,142 to take another dive, are you, sir? 1189 01:15:55,374 --> 01:15:56,873 On the contrary. 1190 01:15:57,705 --> 01:15:58,538 Tonight. 1191 01:15:59,468 --> 01:16:02,301 I want you to give it your all. 1192 01:16:05,929 --> 01:16:07,960 That's your only way out of this with your honor. 1193 01:16:07,993 --> 01:16:10,259 He's gonna knock your boy's head clean off. 1194 01:16:10,291 --> 01:16:12,489 I look forward to him trying. 1195 01:16:12,522 --> 01:16:15,187 The third SS Panzer Division will be talking 1196 01:16:15,219 --> 01:16:19,348 about this evening for a very long time. 1197 01:16:19,382 --> 01:16:21,146 Yeah, you can bet on it. 1198 01:16:21,178 --> 01:16:24,043 [dramatic music] 1199 01:16:30,903 --> 01:16:32,335 One way or another. 1200 01:16:34,565 --> 01:16:35,498 Finnegan. 1201 01:16:37,229 --> 01:16:38,095 Good luck. 1202 01:16:43,189 --> 01:16:48,349 - [crowd chattering] - [men groaning] 1203 01:16:52,479 --> 01:16:54,543 [Man] Yes, yes, yes. 1204 01:16:54,576 --> 01:16:59,838 - [men groaning] - [gentle music] 1205 01:17:01,335 --> 01:17:06,430 - [crowd chattering] - [gentle music] 1206 01:17:25,509 --> 01:17:27,041 [bell ringing] 1207 01:17:27,075 --> 01:17:29,772 [gentle music] 1208 01:17:32,069 --> 01:17:33,301 [Billy] You're too quick for him. 1209 01:17:33,334 --> 01:17:36,032 [gentle music] 1210 01:17:37,529 --> 01:17:40,260 [Danny] I doubt I have five rounds of it. 1211 01:17:40,294 --> 01:17:41,559 Get them ready. 1212 01:17:41,591 --> 01:17:42,957 [gentle music] 1213 01:17:42,989 --> 01:17:44,888 Here we go again. 1214 01:17:44,922 --> 01:17:49,883 - [crowd chattering] - [dramatic music] 1215 01:18:36,899 --> 01:18:39,929 [dramatic music] 1216 01:18:41,860 --> 01:18:47,021 - [crowd chattering] - [dramatic music] 1217 01:19:09,162 --> 01:19:11,928 [dramatic music] 1218 01:19:17,754 --> 01:19:22,816 - [crowd chattering] - [dramatic music] 1219 01:19:22,848 --> 01:19:25,246 [crowd cheering] 1220 01:19:25,280 --> 01:19:30,641 - [crowd chattering] - [dramatic music] 1221 01:19:35,901 --> 01:19:38,765 [dramatic music] 1222 01:19:49,220 --> 01:19:50,385 How we getting on? 1223 01:19:50,419 --> 01:19:51,385 Three have got out. 1224 01:19:51,417 --> 01:19:53,914 Harry, Rich, and Zaid. 1225 01:19:53,948 --> 01:19:55,114 It's actually working. 1226 01:19:55,146 --> 01:19:57,711 They'll be halfway to the coast by now. 1227 01:19:57,744 --> 01:19:59,276 We get Archie and Maurice out next. 1228 01:19:59,308 --> 01:20:00,242 All right, come on. 1229 01:20:00,274 --> 01:20:01,307 [Billy] And then it's us. 1230 01:20:01,339 --> 01:20:03,338 I'm gonna go check on the door. 1231 01:20:03,370 --> 01:20:06,234 [dramatic music] 1232 01:20:11,696 --> 01:20:16,223 - [crowd chattering] - [dramatic music] 1233 01:20:16,257 --> 01:20:18,922 [gentle music] 1234 01:20:32,939 --> 01:20:38,100 - [crowd chattering] - [dramatic music] 1235 01:20:43,760 --> 01:20:46,191 [bell ringing] 1236 01:20:47,657 --> 01:20:49,022 They found the door. 1237 01:20:49,055 --> 01:20:49,921 They sealed it up. 1238 01:20:49,953 --> 01:20:50,820 Come on. 1239 01:20:51,751 --> 01:20:53,318 [Billy] Out back. 1240 01:20:53,351 --> 01:20:55,149 There's no way out. 1241 01:20:55,182 --> 01:20:57,879 [gentle music] 1242 01:21:17,224 --> 01:21:20,055 [crowd cheering] 1243 01:21:21,587 --> 01:21:24,051 [gentle music] 1244 01:21:26,714 --> 01:21:27,747 All right. 1245 01:21:27,779 --> 01:21:29,078 What's up? 1246 01:21:29,111 --> 01:21:31,909 You gotta get out of here now. 1247 01:21:31,941 --> 01:21:34,073 I ain't leaving you. 1248 01:21:34,105 --> 01:21:35,904 You go, mate. 1249 01:21:35,937 --> 01:21:37,069 Go on. 1250 01:21:37,103 --> 01:21:38,635 We're sticking together, mate. 1251 01:21:38,667 --> 01:21:40,132 We'll find another way out of Germany. 1252 01:21:40,165 --> 01:21:41,032 Hey. 1253 01:21:42,330 --> 01:21:44,694 You gotta let me win one on my own, mate. 1254 01:21:44,727 --> 01:21:47,192 [gentle music] 1255 01:21:48,823 --> 01:21:50,055 You ain't gonna win. 1256 01:21:50,088 --> 01:21:52,853 We already have, Billy. 1257 01:21:52,886 --> 01:21:53,951 Billy. 1258 01:21:53,983 --> 01:21:55,948 Cover and fire. 1259 01:21:55,982 --> 01:21:57,615 No, no, no. 1260 01:21:57,647 --> 01:22:02,843 - [dramatic music] - [crowd chattering] 1261 01:22:13,264 --> 01:22:15,661 [crowd cheering] 1262 01:22:15,693 --> 01:22:20,788 - [dramatic music] - [crowd chattering] 1263 01:22:29,179 --> 01:22:30,179 Come on. 1264 01:22:30,211 --> 01:22:33,009 [dramatic music] 1265 01:22:50,156 --> 01:22:52,820 [gentle music] 1266 01:24:33,543 --> 01:24:36,508 [dramatic music] 1267 01:24:41,290 --> 01:24:46,290 Subtitles by explosiveskull www.OpenSubtitles.org 1268 01:26:24,024 --> 01:26:25,021 [gentle music] 81733

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