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Would you like to inspect the original subtitles? These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:05,693 --> 00:00:08,331 His partner didn't escape. I let him go. 2 00:00:08,356 --> 00:00:10,532 I didn't see much point in hanging onto him. 3 00:00:10,557 --> 00:00:11,997 The same way there wasn't much point 4 00:00:12,055 --> 00:00:13,437 when I saw you this morning 5 00:00:13,462 --> 00:00:15,956 and telling me that two men had tried to kidnap Teresa? 6 00:00:23,458 --> 00:00:25,433 Did someone get lost? 7 00:00:26,417 --> 00:00:27,480 Apparently so. 8 00:03:09,450 --> 00:03:11,236 Mmm. 9 00:04:09,031 --> 00:04:10,380 Huh? 10 00:11:29,158 --> 00:11:30,322 Psst! 11 00:12:02,550 --> 00:12:04,509 Anybody needs me, I'll be in the pool. 12 00:12:04,534 --> 00:12:08,277 No, you won't. Basam drained all the water out. 13 00:12:08,392 --> 00:12:10,093 What? He's out there right now 14 00:12:10,118 --> 00:12:12,120 scrubbing the plaster with some smelly chemical. 15 00:12:12,145 --> 00:12:13,755 What the hell for? 16 00:12:13,780 --> 00:12:17,131 Something about dead bodies and bad juju. 17 00:12:20,207 --> 00:12:21,556 Hi. 18 00:12:21,581 --> 00:12:23,365 Good morning, Henri. 19 00:12:23,674 --> 00:12:25,440 Can I fix you some breakfast? 20 00:12:25,483 --> 00:12:30,053 No, no, no, thank you. I'm just retracing my steps. 21 00:12:30,880 --> 00:12:33,578 I lost my notebook. You mean the little black book 22 00:12:33,622 --> 00:12:35,363 with the names of all your girlfriends? 23 00:12:35,406 --> 00:12:37,689 It's brown. 24 00:12:37,714 --> 00:12:39,516 Do you remember the last time you had it? 25 00:12:39,540 --> 00:12:42,478 The other day when the body was, you know... 26 00:12:42,503 --> 00:12:44,200 Fucking up my pool. 27 00:12:44,225 --> 00:12:46,749 - Have you seen it? - No. 28 00:12:46,774 --> 00:12:48,558 Teresa: Did you write your name inside? 29 00:12:48,583 --> 00:12:51,580 Henri: No.Next time you really should. 30 00:12:51,605 --> 00:12:54,782 Yes, good idea. I will. 31 00:12:54,885 --> 00:12:57,975 You know, I can write your name in for you 32 00:12:58,081 --> 00:13:02,999 since your handwriting is a bit slipshod. 33 00:13:03,043 --> 00:13:05,221 Really? You'd do that? 34 00:13:05,246 --> 00:13:06,421 Of course. 35 00:13:06,446 --> 00:13:07,969 How about later we go into town, 36 00:13:07,994 --> 00:13:09,865 and I'll help you pick out a new one? 37 00:13:09,890 --> 00:13:12,196 - That sounds lovely. - Okay, how about the two of you 38 00:13:12,221 --> 00:13:15,137 get the fuck out of here before I chuck my breakfast? 39 00:13:15,166 --> 00:13:18,510 Someone's in a mood because they can't swim in their piscine. 40 00:13:18,535 --> 00:13:21,973 Bye-bye. Au revoir. A bientôt. 41 00:13:21,998 --> 00:13:24,043 Let me just go up and change. 42 00:13:24,068 --> 00:13:27,419 I certainly can't go in my pajamas, can I? 43 00:13:39,190 --> 00:13:41,105 Teresa: Just wait here. I'll be two minutes. 44 00:13:41,130 --> 00:13:42,479 Henri: Great. 45 00:13:42,504 --> 00:13:44,854 Yeah. I already know what I'm gonna wear. 46 00:13:46,253 --> 00:13:47,820 I can't wait. 47 00:13:54,182 --> 00:13:56,666 It's not her I'm worried about. 48 00:14:00,274 --> 00:14:02,711 If only that were enough. 49 00:14:24,472 --> 00:14:26,343 Mademoiselle. 50 00:14:27,431 --> 00:14:29,042 - Merci. - Merci. 51 00:17:18,552 --> 00:17:19,857 Oui. 52 00:20:31,491 --> 00:20:33,928 Patrice. It's Spade. 53 00:20:33,971 --> 00:20:35,364 I found the kid. 54 00:20:35,408 --> 00:20:37,057 Don't ask me how. 55 00:20:39,962 --> 00:20:42,791 You got a pen? Write this down. 56 00:20:42,816 --> 00:20:44,994 Just past the abandoned train station, 57 00:20:45,019 --> 00:20:47,500 there's that dirt track that goes into the woods. 58 00:20:48,638 --> 00:20:50,945 Take the car as far as you can 59 00:20:50,988 --> 00:20:53,295 and then walk to the lake. 60 00:20:53,339 --> 00:20:55,471 I'll meet you at the boat ramp. 61 00:20:57,693 --> 00:21:01,369 Oh, and, uh, Patrice, bring a gun. 62 00:21:01,937 --> 00:21:04,201 Philippe could be somewhere hiding. 63 00:22:41,594 --> 00:22:42,955 Oh, dear. 64 00:22:43,840 --> 00:22:46,049 Well, this is indeed embarrassing. 65 00:22:46,074 --> 00:22:47,791 I saw two of you in the car. 66 00:22:47,816 --> 00:22:49,427 You thought you did. 67 00:22:49,562 --> 00:22:51,260 We only pretend to be idiots. 68 00:22:51,285 --> 00:22:52,678 You do a great job. 69 00:22:52,703 --> 00:22:55,358 Still, you had your suspicions. 70 00:22:55,383 --> 00:22:56,993 I had my somethings. 71 00:22:57,018 --> 00:22:59,642 So, what are you... MI5, MI6? 72 00:22:59,667 --> 00:23:01,321 Tomato, to-mah-to. 73 00:23:03,304 --> 00:23:04,696 So... 74 00:23:04,721 --> 00:23:06,418 You mind putting that down? 75 00:23:06,443 --> 00:23:08,088 Hmm. Sorry. 76 00:23:11,477 --> 00:23:12,588 So 77 00:23:13,213 --> 00:23:15,150 Just to clarify, 78 00:23:15,848 --> 00:23:18,329 you move in next door, you bug my house. 79 00:23:18,354 --> 00:23:20,747 I'm guessing you're not trying to steal the secrets 80 00:23:20,772 --> 00:23:22,119 to my superb wine. 81 00:23:22,144 --> 00:23:24,959 Mildly superb, I'm afraid. Philippe? 82 00:23:24,984 --> 00:23:26,856 He's not all that superb either. 83 00:23:26,881 --> 00:23:29,406 The kid? Getting warmer. 84 00:23:29,431 --> 00:23:31,433 Why would I know anything about him? 85 00:23:31,458 --> 00:23:33,430 Colder. Teresa? 86 00:23:33,455 --> 00:23:35,065 Ding, ding, ding. 87 00:23:35,090 --> 00:23:36,918 Why would she know anything about him? 88 00:23:36,943 --> 00:23:40,338 Our work relies less on knowledge than proximity. 89 00:23:46,076 --> 00:23:47,600 Sister Angelique? 90 00:23:47,643 --> 00:23:48,783 Imagine our surprise. 91 00:23:48,808 --> 00:23:51,038 We follow one of the kidnappers to a convent. 92 00:23:51,081 --> 00:23:52,502 She doesn't have the child in question. 93 00:23:52,527 --> 00:23:56,275 Isn't actually a nun. So what is she doing there? 94 00:23:56,300 --> 00:23:57,910 Communing with Jesus? 95 00:23:57,935 --> 00:24:00,068 Taking a well-earned break from fornicating? 96 00:24:00,093 --> 00:24:02,705 Waiting. Watching. 97 00:24:02,919 --> 00:24:05,510 Doing what we would do in her situation. 98 00:24:05,535 --> 00:24:08,233 But, again, why there? 99 00:24:08,258 --> 00:24:10,492 So we look at who's in residence. 100 00:24:10,536 --> 00:24:12,010 We start with the good sisters. 101 00:24:12,035 --> 00:24:13,877 But outside the Mother Superior, 102 00:24:13,902 --> 00:24:17,236 whom, I must admit, has a rather colorful background for a nun... 103 00:24:17,261 --> 00:24:18,914 You haven't met some of the nuns I have. 104 00:24:18,939 --> 00:24:20,818 Alas, none of them revealed any connection 105 00:24:20,843 --> 00:24:22,338 to our Algerian wayfarer. 106 00:24:22,363 --> 00:24:24,799 So next we look at the children. 107 00:24:24,824 --> 00:24:28,437 And we discover one young lass who's a bit different 108 00:24:28,462 --> 00:24:30,197 from the others. That's an understatement. 109 00:24:30,222 --> 00:24:32,920 One young lass whose mother was an American, 110 00:24:32,945 --> 00:24:35,353 a convicted murderer and antiquities thief, 111 00:24:35,378 --> 00:24:37,166 and whose father is an officer 112 00:24:37,191 --> 00:24:39,063 in the French Army intelligence service 113 00:24:39,088 --> 00:24:41,395 and just so happens to be... Fucking sociopath. 114 00:24:41,420 --> 00:24:42,899 The other kidnapper. 115 00:24:42,924 --> 00:24:44,969 Oh, sure. That, too. 116 00:24:44,994 --> 00:24:47,447 Naturally, we became very interested in her. 117 00:24:47,472 --> 00:24:48,647 You wanna recruit her, 118 00:24:48,672 --> 00:24:50,464 I'm sure she'd jump at the chance. 119 00:24:50,489 --> 00:24:51,838 As well as the shadowy man 120 00:24:51,881 --> 00:24:54,144 we observed delivering envelopes full of cash 121 00:24:54,169 --> 00:24:55,431 to the convent each week. 122 00:24:55,456 --> 00:24:56,947 Nothing shadowy about it. 123 00:24:56,972 --> 00:24:59,037 I was just doing what I was paid to do, 124 00:24:59,062 --> 00:25:02,936 which is to make sure that young lass was taken care of. 125 00:25:02,979 --> 00:25:05,634 A little above and beyond, don't you think? 126 00:25:05,678 --> 00:25:08,245 Or is your karmic debt really that substantial? 127 00:25:08,270 --> 00:25:10,073 You'rethe spy. 128 00:25:10,117 --> 00:25:12,075 Let's just say your time in San Francisco 129 00:25:12,100 --> 00:25:14,537 made for its own colorful reading. 130 00:25:14,600 --> 00:25:17,646 Then you'll know that I don't want any part of this. 131 00:25:17,690 --> 00:25:19,996 A little late for that, don't you think? 132 00:25:20,040 --> 00:25:23,565 In my experience, a little late usually refers to a lot dead. 133 00:25:23,609 --> 00:25:26,307 So no, I'm happy to step aside. 134 00:25:26,350 --> 00:25:28,135 Well, as they say in Hackney, 135 00:25:28,160 --> 00:25:30,684 in for a penny, in for a pound of flesh. 136 00:25:30,709 --> 00:25:33,233 The flesh in this case being the boy. 137 00:25:33,275 --> 00:25:34,986 You've seen his work, I presume? 138 00:25:35,011 --> 00:25:36,274 The numbers. 139 00:25:36,299 --> 00:25:37,622 Is that all you think they are? 140 00:25:37,647 --> 00:25:38,996 I don't care what they are, 141 00:25:39,021 --> 00:25:40,918 not after I come home and find a dead soldier 142 00:25:40,943 --> 00:25:42,559 clogging my pool filter. 143 00:25:42,584 --> 00:25:44,630 And somehow the problem found you. 144 00:25:44,673 --> 00:25:47,850 And now I want it to lose me. 145 00:25:47,894 --> 00:25:52,134 I want you and Mummy to stop popping up in the vineyard. 146 00:25:52,159 --> 00:25:54,378 And I want Teresa left alone 147 00:25:54,422 --> 00:25:57,860 before she gets shot by someone's bad aim. 148 00:25:57,904 --> 00:25:59,208 Understood? 149 00:25:59,233 --> 00:26:00,950 You are being exceptionally clear. 150 00:26:00,994 --> 00:26:02,691 Good. Very good. 151 00:26:02,735 --> 00:26:06,477 Now if you'll excuse me, I'm going for a swim. 152 00:26:13,326 --> 00:26:15,083 I gathered from all that "okay, good, very good" 153 00:26:15,108 --> 00:26:16,719 that you grasped your current situation. 154 00:26:16,744 --> 00:26:20,095 That is the second time in two days 155 00:26:20,274 --> 00:26:22,537 that some fucking asshole 156 00:26:22,562 --> 00:26:24,005 got the drop on me. 157 00:26:24,030 --> 00:26:26,206 "The drop." So bloody colorful. 158 00:26:26,231 --> 00:26:27,427 That was tae Kwon do. 159 00:26:27,452 --> 00:26:29,193 I spent some time in Korea, the North. 160 00:26:29,218 --> 00:26:32,609 Okay, well done... I guess. 161 00:26:32,634 --> 00:26:34,854 Hm! 162 00:26:34,897 --> 00:26:37,421 What's your rush, dear fellow? 163 00:26:37,465 --> 00:26:39,946 Join us for tea, won't you? 164 00:28:02,444 --> 00:28:03,881 Mr. Spade? 165 00:28:36,870 --> 00:28:39,481 The nanny snuck off with the boy three years ago. 166 00:28:39,517 --> 00:28:41,171 She worked for an Egyptian family 167 00:28:41,196 --> 00:28:42,850 whenever they'd visit Algeria. 168 00:28:42,875 --> 00:28:46,226 Mind you, this is a very large, very wealthy family, 169 00:28:46,251 --> 00:28:48,639 with business interests around the world, 170 00:28:48,683 --> 00:28:51,677 and yet there has been not a noise, nor a sound, 171 00:28:51,702 --> 00:28:54,966 nor hint from them about one of their children being abducted. 172 00:28:54,991 --> 00:28:57,982 - Maybe he wasn't one of theirs. - He wasn't. 173 00:28:58,007 --> 00:28:59,420 From what we can glean, the boy had been passed around 174 00:28:59,445 --> 00:29:00,961 from one high-ranking family to another, 175 00:29:00,986 --> 00:29:02,427 since the day he was born. 176 00:29:02,452 --> 00:29:05,237 Two years ago, we received word out of Tunisia 177 00:29:05,262 --> 00:29:06,872 that an Algerian woman was attempting 178 00:29:06,897 --> 00:29:09,794 to sell a child of great import. Digestive? 179 00:29:09,819 --> 00:29:13,431 An adoption was arranged in Britain with a Saudi national, 180 00:29:13,761 --> 00:29:15,545 but something went amiss. 181 00:29:15,666 --> 00:29:18,677 The woman never showed up, and the child disappeared again. 182 00:29:18,702 --> 00:29:20,704 A full year would pass before there was 183 00:29:20,729 --> 00:29:22,446 another sighting of him... this time in Algeria. 184 00:29:22,471 --> 00:29:24,876 No better place to hide than in the middle of a war. 185 00:29:24,901 --> 00:29:26,380 Which meant the stakes had risen 186 00:29:26,405 --> 00:29:29,147 to an entirely new level of intensity. 187 00:29:37,123 --> 00:29:38,505 I know her. 188 00:29:38,530 --> 00:29:40,663 You knew her sister 189 00:29:40,688 --> 00:29:45,170 the nanny, Angelique, the woman pretending to be a nun. 190 00:29:45,195 --> 00:29:47,545 This woman goes by Gazala. 191 00:29:47,570 --> 00:29:49,615 The uniform? FLN. 192 00:29:49,640 --> 00:29:51,443 She's fairly high up the chain in the rebel army. 193 00:29:51,468 --> 00:29:53,841 We think the kidnapping was her idea. 194 00:29:53,866 --> 00:29:55,564 We're not exactly certain why. 195 00:29:55,589 --> 00:29:57,132 Perhaps to raise money for her comrades, 196 00:29:57,157 --> 00:29:59,271 or in exchange for some POWs. 197 00:29:59,296 --> 00:30:01,081 Why would the French agree to that? 198 00:30:01,106 --> 00:30:03,326 Because they want the boy as badly as everyone else. 199 00:30:03,351 --> 00:30:04,966 Because of the numbers thing? 200 00:30:07,692 --> 00:30:09,260 Well, we have come to 201 00:30:09,285 --> 00:30:12,723 the proverbial fork in the road, Mr. Spade. 202 00:30:12,767 --> 00:30:14,464 - Have we? - Yes. 203 00:30:14,508 --> 00:30:18,077 Whether to reveal all that we know, 204 00:30:18,602 --> 00:30:21,417 or simply finish our tea. 205 00:30:21,442 --> 00:30:23,227 Meaning 206 00:30:23,252 --> 00:30:25,747 can we trust you? 207 00:30:25,772 --> 00:30:28,775 As far as it goes, and with the usual provisos and caveats, 208 00:30:28,800 --> 00:30:30,584 but you know that. 209 00:30:31,973 --> 00:30:36,238 Simply put, the boy can break codes. 210 00:30:36,263 --> 00:30:39,919 Any code, instantly. 211 00:30:39,944 --> 00:30:43,208 He's also able to create his own unique cryptograms, 212 00:30:43,233 --> 00:30:45,396 what you call "scribblings." 213 00:30:45,421 --> 00:30:47,205 Now I'm calling it bullshit. 214 00:30:47,230 --> 00:30:49,537 Not according to Tzedek, the CIA, the KGB, 215 00:30:49,562 --> 00:30:51,564 and, of course, our chief, back in London. 216 00:30:51,589 --> 00:30:53,591 - You left out the Church. - Hm, which one? 217 00:30:53,616 --> 00:30:55,790 Name a religion, they all want the child. 218 00:30:55,815 --> 00:30:58,435 - Start with Rome. - Yeah, those wretched cardinals. 219 00:30:58,460 --> 00:31:01,737 They believe Zayd can prove the existence of God mathematically, 220 00:31:01,762 --> 00:31:03,808 and they would, of course, prefer their god 221 00:31:03,833 --> 00:31:05,200 to be the one the lad's numbers add up to. 222 00:31:05,225 --> 00:31:08,315 - You don't say. - Some Shiite scholars 223 00:31:08,340 --> 00:31:10,912 have come to the conclusion that the boy is 224 00:31:10,937 --> 00:31:13,934 the Mahdi, a spirit close to Allah, 225 00:31:13,959 --> 00:31:17,342 who can disappear and reappear whenever he chooses. 226 00:31:17,367 --> 00:31:19,568 Evidently, this particular Mahdi's arrival 227 00:31:19,593 --> 00:31:23,225 could announce the end of times. 228 00:31:23,491 --> 00:31:25,319 Of course, the Sunni ulamas 229 00:31:25,344 --> 00:31:26,582 believe the child has come to Earth 230 00:31:26,607 --> 00:31:28,392 to restore the purity of the faith. 231 00:31:28,417 --> 00:31:30,561 And whilst we all wish him good luck, 232 00:31:30,586 --> 00:31:33,415 we're fearful some in the FLN plan to murder him. 233 00:31:33,440 --> 00:31:35,529 Not particularly religious, I guess. 234 00:31:35,554 --> 00:31:36,889 No. For the FLN, 235 00:31:36,914 --> 00:31:38,522 a martyr of any stripe could come in handy. 236 00:31:38,547 --> 00:31:40,233 Nothing like getting everyone's anger 237 00:31:40,258 --> 00:31:41,584 pointed in the same direction. 238 00:31:41,609 --> 00:31:43,872 Exactly, and until now, there've been so many factions 239 00:31:43,897 --> 00:31:46,084 shooting at one another, including the OAS in the middle, 240 00:31:46,109 --> 00:31:50,138 shooting at everybody, that some sort of divine casualty 241 00:31:50,163 --> 00:31:52,948 could unify the country faster than any bullet. 242 00:31:53,172 --> 00:31:54,819 The fact is, Mr. Spade, 243 00:31:54,844 --> 00:31:57,209 that whatever gifts this child may possess 244 00:31:57,234 --> 00:32:00,368 can be used as evidence that he may very well be the one 245 00:32:00,393 --> 00:32:02,352 for whom so many have waited. 246 00:32:02,377 --> 00:32:04,641 "May very well be" is a long way from "is." 247 00:32:04,690 --> 00:32:07,248 Why would anyone believe this hokum? 248 00:32:07,273 --> 00:32:09,584 I mean, the world's gullible, but not that gullible. 249 00:32:09,609 --> 00:32:11,439 Many thousands of years 250 00:32:11,464 --> 00:32:13,466 of human history to the contrary, 251 00:32:13,491 --> 00:32:16,015 or perhaps I've missed the moment when humans began 252 00:32:16,040 --> 00:32:18,869 parsing the difference between knowing and believing. 253 00:32:18,894 --> 00:32:22,022 Neither of which are necessary when creating a myth, 254 00:32:22,047 --> 00:32:23,613 which is exactly what some Algerians hope 255 00:32:23,637 --> 00:32:24,741 to create around this child, 256 00:32:24,766 --> 00:32:26,014 one that could, amongst other things, 257 00:32:26,039 --> 00:32:27,780 thwart Morocco's border grab to the West. 258 00:32:27,819 --> 00:32:29,645 So far, I've heard a lot about Sunnis, 259 00:32:29,670 --> 00:32:32,499 and Shiites, and Moroccans, 260 00:32:32,792 --> 00:32:36,579 but neither of you have mentioned Philippe Saint-Andre. 261 00:32:37,373 --> 00:32:40,306 How has he found his way into the middle of all this? 262 00:32:40,349 --> 00:32:42,959 That one's easy. Her. 263 00:32:42,984 --> 00:32:46,248 I imagine Sergeant Saint-Andre forgot all about his orders 264 00:32:46,273 --> 00:32:48,463 to terminate a high-level FLN assassin, 265 00:32:48,488 --> 00:32:52,584 when he saw this beautiful face in his crosshairs. 266 00:32:52,609 --> 00:32:54,116 Aren't you forgetting that the one thing 267 00:32:54,141 --> 00:32:55,838 Philippe Saint-Andre loves more 268 00:32:55,863 --> 00:32:57,764 than a beautiful face is money? 269 00:32:57,789 --> 00:33:00,661 Most assuredly, the FLN are paying him very well. 270 00:33:00,686 --> 00:33:02,775 Oh, I'm sure they think they are, but if I'm Philippe 271 00:33:02,800 --> 00:33:05,107 and I know that this kid is on the top of the wish list 272 00:33:05,132 --> 00:33:07,308 for every rebel, spook, and priest, 273 00:33:07,333 --> 00:33:09,727 I'm thinking it's a seller's market. 274 00:33:09,941 --> 00:33:11,377 I can make a lot more 275 00:33:11,402 --> 00:33:13,152 by offloading him to the highest bidder. 276 00:33:13,177 --> 00:33:14,787 And that's what's happening. 277 00:33:14,812 --> 00:33:17,256 Of course, he has the problem with Gazala. 278 00:33:17,281 --> 00:33:20,284 Again, if I'm Philippe, a bullet solves that problem. 279 00:33:20,309 --> 00:33:21,528 George: Not this time. 280 00:33:21,553 --> 00:33:23,903 No one has actually seen the child. 281 00:33:23,928 --> 00:33:25,973 No photos of him exist. 282 00:33:25,998 --> 00:33:29,305 Gazala is the only one who can authenticate his identity 283 00:33:29,330 --> 00:33:31,385 to a potential buyer. 284 00:33:31,410 --> 00:33:34,545 So Philippe needs her. 285 00:33:34,570 --> 00:33:37,051 One assumes that each believes 286 00:33:37,076 --> 00:33:38,781 they have a deal with the other, 287 00:33:38,806 --> 00:33:40,198 and one can also assume 288 00:33:40,223 --> 00:33:41,850 that each has a plan to kill the other 289 00:33:41,875 --> 00:33:43,131 once the deed is done. 290 00:33:43,156 --> 00:33:45,760 Either way, you can understand our urgency 291 00:33:45,785 --> 00:33:49,093 behind removing this child from such danger. 292 00:33:49,118 --> 00:33:51,947 Sure, so he can break codes for you 293 00:33:51,972 --> 00:33:53,800 instead of anyone else. 294 00:33:56,113 --> 00:33:58,246 Tomato, to-mah-to. 295 00:34:01,322 --> 00:34:05,849 Well, this has all been very enlightening. 296 00:34:05,892 --> 00:34:07,937 I'm afraid we can't let you go. 297 00:34:07,962 --> 00:34:09,834 I wasn't asking for permission. 298 00:34:09,859 --> 00:34:13,949 My dear Mr. Spade, please, don't take offense, 299 00:34:13,974 --> 00:34:16,889 but despite your stellar past, 300 00:34:16,928 --> 00:34:18,582 these many years in Bozouls 301 00:34:18,607 --> 00:34:21,610 have left you both impetuous and clumsy. 302 00:34:22,016 --> 00:34:25,541 Therefore, we cannot allow you to jeopardize 303 00:34:25,585 --> 00:34:28,663 what has been over two years of meticulous trade craft. 304 00:34:28,688 --> 00:34:31,344 And I can't allow you to... 305 00:34:31,560 --> 00:34:33,521 The "Kato" thing worked once. 306 00:34:37,049 --> 00:34:40,574 I propose a relationship. 307 00:34:58,456 --> 00:35:00,107 Hold that thought. 308 00:35:09,594 --> 00:35:10,888 Okay, don't be mad. We need to... 309 00:35:10,913 --> 00:35:12,623 - Are they moving? - What? 310 00:35:12,648 --> 00:35:14,944 Are they pointing a gun, anything like that? 311 00:35:14,969 --> 00:35:16,971 No, they're just standing there. 312 00:35:16,996 --> 00:35:17,997 Good. 313 00:35:18,022 --> 00:35:20,068 I'll drive. 314 00:35:20,093 --> 00:35:22,095 Don't pout. 315 00:35:23,421 --> 00:35:26,990 That George guy, does he look like he knows kung fu? 316 00:35:27,015 --> 00:35:28,538 Kung fu? 317 00:35:28,563 --> 00:35:30,494 No.Yeah. 318 00:35:32,148 --> 00:35:33,577 I didn't think so either. 319 00:35:34,671 --> 00:35:36,542 That little bitch. 320 00:35:54,712 --> 00:35:55,707 Hmm? 321 00:37:13,007 --> 00:37:14,793 Marguerite? 322 00:38:51,362 --> 00:38:52,624 Mm. 323 00:44:39,601 --> 00:44:41,105 What's in there? 324 00:44:41,130 --> 00:44:43,568 Nothing. The place is empty. 325 00:44:43,594 --> 00:44:45,901 But Claude said... It's a dead end. 326 00:45:00,779 --> 00:45:02,589 Should we get a drink? 327 00:45:04,957 --> 00:45:05,884 Really? 328 00:45:05,909 --> 00:45:08,296 Just one, a very small one. 329 00:45:08,321 --> 00:45:09,703 We're going to a bar? 330 00:45:09,728 --> 00:45:11,654 That's where the drinks are. 331 00:45:11,679 --> 00:45:13,725 Can I smoke? No. 332 00:45:13,750 --> 00:45:15,796 Can I drive? Definitely not. 333 00:46:06,761 --> 00:46:09,938 I gotta figure out what to do with her. 334 00:46:09,967 --> 00:46:12,219 The convent's not opening anytime soon, 335 00:46:12,244 --> 00:46:14,115 and she doesn't want to go back, anyway. 336 00:46:14,140 --> 00:46:16,360 But if you could, that's where you would leave her? 337 00:46:16,385 --> 00:46:18,213 At the convent? 338 00:46:18,238 --> 00:46:19,717 Where else is there? 339 00:46:19,742 --> 00:46:23,001 How could someone so smart be so stupid? 340 00:46:23,026 --> 00:46:25,507 She doesn't belong anywhere but with you. 341 00:46:25,532 --> 00:46:27,490 Me? No, she hates me. 342 00:46:27,515 --> 00:46:30,110 Maybe because you left her at a convent. 343 00:46:30,664 --> 00:46:33,928 I was looking for advice, not a lecture. 344 00:46:34,247 --> 00:46:36,481 But you need a lecture. 345 00:46:36,506 --> 00:46:38,769 You know exactly what to do with her, 346 00:46:38,794 --> 00:46:40,666 you just don't want to... 347 00:46:41,746 --> 00:46:43,748 What is the expression? 348 00:46:44,245 --> 00:46:45,575 Own up to it. 349 00:46:45,600 --> 00:46:47,994 Own up to what? To the obvious. 350 00:46:48,090 --> 00:46:50,397 The thing you avoid talking about. 351 00:46:50,422 --> 00:46:53,033 You know, you sound like a gal I knew back in 'Frisco 352 00:46:53,058 --> 00:46:55,104 who talked in a loop-de-loop. 353 00:46:55,129 --> 00:46:58,368 She'd never say a color was red, only that it wasn't blue. 354 00:46:58,393 --> 00:47:00,743 Why don't you just say what you want to say? 355 00:47:00,768 --> 00:47:03,989 I am. I have been. For years now. 356 00:47:04,014 --> 00:47:06,103 Each time, you suddenly go deaf. 357 00:47:14,178 --> 00:47:17,181 You're not the one who has to clean the puke out of the car. 358 00:47:17,239 --> 00:47:19,380 Samuel knows how to put a drop of gin 359 00:47:19,405 --> 00:47:21,582 in a tall glass of tonic. 360 00:47:21,607 --> 00:47:22,869 Maybe she should stay with you. 361 00:47:22,894 --> 00:47:25,157 You seem to understand her so well. 362 00:47:29,952 --> 00:47:32,519 Okay, let's pretend you really are an idiot, 363 00:47:32,544 --> 00:47:35,112 and I will put this in your own words. 364 00:47:35,137 --> 00:47:38,314 Many years ago, Bridget walks out of prison 365 00:47:38,339 --> 00:47:40,123 and into your loving arms. 366 00:47:40,148 --> 00:47:44,892 You whisk her off to a motel and fuck her one last time, 367 00:47:44,917 --> 00:47:47,137 only to realize that the love, 368 00:47:47,179 --> 00:47:50,095 or whatever you two shared, was all gone. 369 00:47:50,146 --> 00:47:53,497 And before you can tell her, she's run off to Turkey, 370 00:47:53,522 --> 00:47:55,089 where she meets Philippe, 371 00:47:55,114 --> 00:47:57,769 and you never see her again. 372 00:47:57,826 --> 00:48:00,046 That's the story, yes? 373 00:48:00,071 --> 00:48:01,420 Yes. 374 00:48:01,445 --> 00:48:04,709 But where in that epic tale 375 00:48:04,734 --> 00:48:06,997 do you hear that I'm a father? 376 00:48:07,022 --> 00:48:09,808 Hm, so we are not so dumb after all. 377 00:48:09,833 --> 00:48:12,706 You honestly think that's never occurred to me? 378 00:48:12,731 --> 00:48:15,125 My point is only that you won't face reality. 379 00:48:15,150 --> 00:48:18,408 I won't, because reality doesn't make any sense. 380 00:48:18,433 --> 00:48:19,591 Why not? 381 00:48:19,616 --> 00:48:23,036 Teresa was 4 years old when I picked her up in Turkey. 382 00:48:23,061 --> 00:48:23,841 So? 383 00:48:23,866 --> 00:48:26,739 I hadn't seen Bridget in six years. 384 00:48:26,764 --> 00:48:28,418 And can you make the difference 385 00:48:28,443 --> 00:48:30,881 between a 4-year-old and a 6-year-old? 386 00:48:30,906 --> 00:48:33,082 I can read a birth certificate. 387 00:48:33,107 --> 00:48:34,661 Bridget sounds like someone 388 00:48:34,686 --> 00:48:37,080 who knew how to get a document forged. 389 00:48:46,785 --> 00:48:48,221 Look at her. 390 00:48:49,250 --> 00:48:51,601 Does she seem 14 to you? 391 00:48:51,626 --> 00:48:53,672 She's 15. 392 00:48:53,803 --> 00:48:56,197 Does she seem 15 to you? 393 00:48:56,222 --> 00:48:57,872 Yeah. 394 00:48:58,658 --> 00:49:00,965 15 going on 50. 395 00:49:00,990 --> 00:49:02,622 Exactly. 396 00:49:02,647 --> 00:49:04,953 Look at her. 397 00:50:25,239 --> 00:50:26,719 Okay. 398 00:52:59,187 --> 00:53:01,023 Knock it off. 399 00:53:01,048 --> 00:53:02,364 I'm already in a foul mood. 400 00:53:02,389 --> 00:53:03,980 Let's not make it any worse. 401 00:53:05,858 --> 00:53:09,557 I'm a private investigator in Bozouls to find Zayd. 402 00:53:09,893 --> 00:53:11,503 Get in line. Zayd? 403 00:53:11,528 --> 00:53:14,357 I'm not what you think I am, Monsieur Spade. 404 00:53:14,382 --> 00:53:17,777 I can't imagine that a man of your particular origins 405 00:53:17,802 --> 00:53:19,543 is upset about body count. 406 00:53:19,587 --> 00:53:22,633 Spade: I make decisions and I live by them. 407 00:53:22,988 --> 00:53:24,424 For better or for worse. 29747

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