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Say, I was wondering...
Sorry. I was wondering if you'd like to dance.
Kitty, who was the young man you were dancing with last night?
Quiet, serious-looking one.
I suppose you invited him, mother.
I don't know who you're talking about.
His name is Fane and he's a doctor.
He manages a government laboratory.in Shanghai. A civil servant?
He called around last Sunday.We had a long chat.
I told him to come back anytime.
It's not often that you like any of my young men.
Well, do you like him?
What's wrong with him?Is he in love with you? I don't know.
他有什么不好吗? 他爱上你了吗? 我不知道
I thought by now you'd know
when a young man was in love with you.
The point is whether I'm in love with him, and I'm not.
You'd better be careful, young lady.
Time can run out, you know.
Oh, stop it, mother. Honestly.
母亲 别说了 老实说
The very idea that a woman
should marry any Tom, Dick, or Harry...
...regardless of her own feelings is simply prehistoric.
How much longer do you expect your father to go on supporting you?
I was... I was just coming...
Your father invited me.
What is it exactly that you do?
I'm a bacteriologist.
That must be fascinating.
You have no idea what that is, do you?
No, I'm afraid not.
No. There's no reason you should.
I study the microorganisms that carry disease.
No, it's not, actually. It's the opposite.
不 实际上不是的 其实刚好相反
Shall we step inside?
Do you like flowers?
Not particularly, no.
不太喜欢 嗯 不
Well, I mean, yes.
But we don't really have them around the house.
Mother says, "Why purchase something you can grow for free?"
Then, we don't really grow them either.
Does seem silly, really. To put all that effort into...
...something that's just going to die.
I'd like to say something to you.
I came to see you to ask you if you'll marry me.
You could knock me down with a feather.
Could you not tell that I'm in love with you?
You never showed it.
Well, I wanted to. It's difficult. I...
But there it is.
I'm not sure that's very well put.
You see how clumsy I am. I...
I'm terrible at these sorts of things.
I've got to get back to China very soon.
I don't have time to be cautious.
I've never thought of you in that way.
I improve greatly upon acquaintance.
I'd do anything in my power to make you happy.
I think you'd like Shanghai.
It's quite exciting, it is.
Surely you're not expecting me to answer this second.
I don't know you at all.
Yes. Ye... Well, we had the highest of hopes...
...but no expectation that he'd ask her so soon.
Yes. A lovely late autumn wedding.
Oh, she's done very well for herself, has my Doris.
At least one of them's made a success.
No, I gave up on Kitty ages ago.
Yes. Well, I know you understand.
Is it smaller than you imagined?
I'm not sure what I imagined.
Don't you have a piano?
No. I don't play the piano.
Just wanted to see if you were all settled.
So, then, you're comfortable, then?
Do you need anything?
I am so happy you're here.
Shall I shut the lamp?
I must shut the lamp.
It's raining cats and dogs.
I said, it's raining cats and dogs.
You might have answered.
I've gotten used to not speaking unless I have something to say.
我是习惯了 除非有话要说 不然不会开口
If nobody spoke unless they had something to say...
...the human race would soon lose the power of speech.
You're right. What...?
What shall we do? Shall we?
Shall we play a game?
You don't like the games I play. They bore you.
Do you think you'd enjoy a night out?
We have an invitation for Saturday night.
Do you not like her?
I've only met her once,
but there's no reason for her to put on such airs.
Yes. I have no idea why.
Because she was, what, married to a vice consul?
Honestly, they're absurd, this Shanghai set.
Mother wouldn't dream of asking half of them to dinner.
I'm taking that black five.
Well, it's all right.
I thought you might enjoy it...
...but we certainly don't have to go.
I don't care either way.
Kitty Fane? Hello, Dorothy.
I'm so glad you could come.
I'm pleased to meet you.
This is my husband.
Charlie, stop talking and greet our guests.
You know Mr. Fane. Charlie.
It's Dr. Fane, darling. Oh, dear.
I do beg your pardon, Dr. Fane. Not at all.
对不起 请原谅我的失礼 费恩博士 没事
And this is Dr. Fane's wife, Kitty.
I do apologize, Dr. Fane.
I assumed you worked with Charlie.
Oh, no. Nothing so glamorous.
噢 不 没那么高级的
I'm at the Civil Laboratory.
Oh, the government lab? How fascinating.
哦 政府实验室 多有意思啊
Are you enjoying it?
I've never seen anything like it.
Every gesture has a meaning.
See how she covers her face with the cloth?
She is mourning her misfortune.
What happened to her?
She was sold into slavery.
Condemned to a life of drudgery and despair...
...in a strange land far from home.
They represent the heavy bondage of her poor trapped soul...
...from which there is no escape.
And so she weeps.
She weeps for the lively,
vivacious girl she once was...
...the lonely woman she has become...
...and most of all,
she weeps for the love she'll never feel...
...for the love she'll never give.
Is that really what she's saying?
Actually, I haven't a clue what she's on about.
I don't speak Chinese.
Perhaps it was the amah...
Walter. What if it was?
For all he knows, you were taking a nap.
With my doors locked?
Kitty, dear, you need a drink.
Even if it was, my impression is he'll do nothing.
He knows as well as anyone there's
nothing to be gained by making a scandal.
Has it occurred to you that my husband is in love with me?
I have a feeling you're about to say something awful.
It's just that women are often under the impression...
...that men are much more in love with them than they really are.
I wouldn't delude myself for a second that you were in love with me.
Now there you're wrong.
Do you like your present?
Do I make you as happy as you make me?
Of course you do, darling.
Who brought this package around? Dr. Fane.
While you sleeping.
We could stop up here under the trees...
...but I'd like to press on if it's all right with you.
Certainly my comfort's of no concern to you.
Right. Then we'll continue.
Charlie Townsend, please.
Kitty, I can't possibly see you.
I've got a meeting in an hour at the club.
What are you doing home?
I'm sorry, there's something I need to speak with you about.
Actually, I was just about to take my bath.
I'm afraid it's rather important, darling. Can't wait.
很重要 亲爱的 我不能再等了
Do you know a place called Mei-tan-fu?
Well, it... It was in the papers the other day.
It's a small town on a tributary of the Yangtze River,
They've had an outbreak of cholera there.
It's the worst epidemic anyone's seen in a long time.
The Chinese medical officer has died.
There's a convent of French nuns trying to run the hospital.
They're doing the best they can, but people are dropping like flies.
I have volunteered to go and to take charge.
Because they need a doctor.
But you're not a doctor. You're a bacteriologist.
The fact that I'm foremost a scientist...
...is actually all to the good in this case.
Won't it be awfully dangerous?
I suppose it might, yes.
Now, Mei-tan-fu is a 10-day journey. You can go by rail for the first part.
But after that it's carriage,
and then we'll have to take a sedan chair.
Why, you and I, of course.
You're not expecting me to come too.
I hoped that if I was going, you would want to go.
Surely it's no place for a woman.
It would be madness for me to go.
Why should I? To cheer and comfort me?
In fact, it's monstrous of you to even ask me.
Fine. Then I shall file my petition for divorce tomorrow.
I'm afraid that you have thought me a bigger fool than I am.
I don't know what you're talking about.
I am divorcing you for adultery.
I am naming Charles Townsend as your lover.
I'm sorry, Walter.
I realize this is very unpleasant.
But, please, let's not make this uglier than it needs to be.
By all means. What is it that you propose that we should do?
You could let me divorce you quietly.
On what grounds? That's what a gentleman would do.
Give me one reason to put myself
to an inconvenience on your account.
Please, Walter, don't be so hateful.
We didn't mean to hurt anyone.
But Charlie and I have fallen in love.
He wants to marry me.
I knew that you weren't the cleverest girl...
...but I didn't know you were actually a fool.
Yes. Well, if it makes you feel better to hurt me,
But you might as well get used to it.
We love each other.
And we're sick to death of the secrecy
And compromise and the rest.
Now you curse the day that you ever met me.
There's no other response
for such pathetic behavior.
When I think about how hard I have tried to make you happy.
Debasing myself, acting as though I was as thrilled
as you by the latest gossip.
I don't have to listen to this. And as ignorant of the world as you are...
If you interrupt me again, I'll strangle you.
I knew when I married you
that you were selfish and spoiled.
I knew that you married me only to get
as far away from your mother as possible...
...and I hoped that one day
there'd be something more.
You don't have it in you.
If a man hasn't what's necessary to make a woman love him...
...then it's his fault,
Tomorrow morning we are to leave for Mei-tan-fu,
or I shall file my petition.
You can't be serious about taking me
into the middle of a cholera epidemic.
Do you think that I'm not?
That's what you want, isn't it?
Do you really think Charlie will let you do this?
I don't think Charlie has very much to say about it.
Everything you said is true.
I married you even though I didn't love you.
But you knew that.
Aren't you as much to blame for what's happened as I?
Here's what I'll do.
Gentlemen, we all have assets to protect here.
Unfortunately, Mr. Nagata's actions
have created a rather urgent situation.
It was an unfortunate
but unavoidable incident.
Your foreman shot a worker.
He was an agitator.
You may have suppressed a very small strike...
...but in doing so,
you have started a very large demonstration.
I need to use your pen, please.
Here you are, miss. Thank you.
What about support from Chiang Kai-shek?
Where does he stand?
He's a nationalist. He will stand on the side of the Chinese.
That's why they call themselves nationalists.
I think you underestimated the situation.
I have three of my mills shut down because of walkouts.
There is talk about boycotts.
What do you propose?
A handful of municipal soldiers is hardly a show of force.
If you'll excuse me.
Mrs. Fane. What a pleasant surprise.
You've rescued me from a pack of wild bores.
I wouldn't have come if it wasn't necessary.
I needed to see you. I'm sorry.
Kitty, this is not the most opportune time for me to...
Charlie. He knows.
After you, Mrs. Fane.
Hello, Charlie. Hello, George.
查理 你好 你好 乔治
You didn't commit yourself, did you?
this is a bloody scrape we're in.
He says he has proof.
He can't prove anything.
Besides, it wouldn't do him any good to create a scandal.
But there isn't going to be a scandal.
Walter's agreed to let me divorce him quietly.
That's not so terrible, is it?
哦 那也不是太坏 不是吗?
Will you hold me? Of course I will.
His offer comes with a condition.
I'm not a rich man.
He doesn't want your money.
He's agreed to let me divorce him
if Dorothy will agree to divorce you.
If you'll promise to marry me.
You know, darling, whatever happens,
we must try to keep Dorothy out of it.
What do you mean?
We can't only think of ourselves.
Nothing in the world will induce her to divorce me.
You don't want to divorce her.
It's not a question of my marriage.
Do you have any idea of the importance of my station here?
Why are you laughing?
I don't think Walter intended for one minute to divorce me.
He knew you'd let me down.
Try to understand.
I understand, all right.
Kitty. Kitty, please.
吉蒂 吉蒂 别这样
We'll work this out, I promise.
I'm coming with you.
Good. I thought you might.
I suppose I needn't take more than a few summer things?
I've told Hassan what you'll need.
She's packing already.
I wouldn't touch that if I was you.
They may have died in that bed.
This can be your room.
You must be the doctor's wife.
I've just met your husband
and invited myself to dinner.
I've kept the Watsons' cook for you.
She'll have to do as your amah as well.
We're a little short-handed here.
Sorry, my name is Waddington.
Oh, yes, of course. Kitty Fane.
I'm the deputy commissioner.
I believe you're one of our neighbors.
Only neighbor,I'm afraid.
Last one standing.
And Watson was the missionary living here?
Yes. Nice fellow.
American. Lovely family.
I'll show you their graves tomorrow, if you like.
How kind of you.
I hope your journey wasn't too arduous.
We've been traveling for two weeks.
What did you do, swim?
No, we didn't come upriver. Came overland.
不是 我们没走水路 走的是陆路
Well, we wanted to take in a bit of the countryside.
Get a bit of sun. Didn't we, darling?
晒晒太阳 对吧 亲爱的?
Anyone for a cocktail?
I was told I might get some help from the local army officer.
Good luck with him. He's not fond of us British.
Listen, I'll warn you,
things are pretty dicey even out here.
I'm afraid that if the cholera doesn't get us,
the nationalists might.
Tried to get those nuns to go
but they refused.
They all want to be martyrs, damn them.
Well, why have you stayed?
I was posted here. Simple as that.
I was shocked to hear you'd volunteered.
Opportunity for research.I couldn't pass it up.
I don't suppose you've come to Mei-tan-fu for the research.
My husband's the scientist.
Did you have any reaction to the inoculation?
You have been inoculated?
No guarantee. The Watsons were inoculated...
...and it didn't do them much good.
Oh, have you brought any gramophone records?
No, unfortunately not. Pity.
I'm sick of all mine.
Trying to frighten off the spirit of death.
I'm going to town in the morning, have a look around.
I expect you'll want to rest.
I can inoculate you in the evening.
Will you be doing yourself?
No, I don't think so.
You needn't bother with me, then.
...is it a long, drawn-out affair,
dying of cholera?
No. All of the fluid goes out of you in the first 36 hours.
You die of dehydration,
So it's messy and very painful.
But it is relatively quick.
It's rather unfortunate.
I thought perhaps that you and your wife...
...you'd like to take precautions in case you'd have to leave this place.
Do you think all this is really necessary?
You can see the picture.
I thought you'd like to
put your wife's mind at rest from this situation.
This is Colonel Yu. He's the KMT's man.
He's posting one of his men here at the house.
Am I a prisoner?
No. It was Mr. Waddington's idea, actually.
He feels we should take precautions.
Precautions against what?
A few days ago, British troops opened fire...
...on a group of Chinese workers who were demonstrating in Shanghai.
Eleven were killed.
We've only just heard.
Those were plastered around the town last night.
I shouldn't worry too much.
Even the nationalists are afraid of cholera.
Do they take that water from the well?
Can I see where they get their drinking water?
Well, for starters, we've got to stop people from using this well...
...until I can test it.
Yes, I understand, Dr. Fane.
是的 我明白 费恩博土
I received my military training in Moscow.
If you don't like English,
we can speak Russian.
English will be fine. Thank you.
You have seen cholera before, yes, doctor?
医生 你以前见过霍乱 对吧?
At the laboratory, of course.
No, I mean in a patient.
No. I haven't had the chance, actually.
Well, I'm not a clinician.
Did they not tell you?
I'm an infectious-disease specialist.
No, it's all right. I'm all right.
不 我很好 没事
All right, let's go.
I'm looking for Mr. Waddington.
Wait here. All right?
What can I do for you, Mrs. Fane?
I found a record for you.
Very modern. Thank you.
Was there something else?
Yes. I was wondering if you could tell me
when the post comes through.
It's for Shanghai.
Unfortunately, since the cholera...
...the cowards won't venture past the river port.
But leave it with me.
A local trader I know is making the trip on Friday.
Charlie Townsend? Yes.
He's an acquaintance of my husband.
Do you know him? Years ago.
We were both assigned to the consulate in Shanghai.
Yes. They're very popular, aren't they?
He'd made a science of popularity.
So you know his family? Well, well enough.
I like Dorothy.
Yes, I understand they're quite the devoted couple.
Oh, he had his little flirtations.
I once heard her say she found it most unflattering...
...that the women who fell for her husband were
so consistently second-rate.
Well, enjoy the record.
Yes, it suddenly occurred to me that Friday's much too late.
Thanks all the same.
Can you pass the salt, please?
I'm sorry, did you say something?
Could you pass the salt?
So this is how it's going to be.
Passing her evenings in silence.
I wonder if you haven't gone insane.
She's not cooking it. Leave it.
Are you looking to kill yourself?
Town well's contaminated.
This is dirty. It's dirty.
Mrs. Fane? Mrs. Fane?
Come away. Come away.
What's the matter with Te-Ming?
You have the dead man on you.
They're very superstitious, aren't they?
She's lost three children and a husband to the cholera.
So you can hardly blame her.
this is no place for a woman.
When they telegraphed me that you were coming out,
I imagined you might be a grim-visaged old nurse...
...with thick legs and a moustache.
I came into the bungalow and there you were...
...frail and tired
It was a long journey.
But you're unhappy now.
And it occurred to me that you and your husband might
be madly in love...
...and you'd simply refused to stay behind.
That's a reasonable explanation. Yes.
But it's not the right one.
Do you know what I find strange?
That your husband should never look at you.
He looks at the walls, the floor, his shoes.
He has a great deal on his mind.
Yes, I'm sure of it.
I'm the bearer of a message from the Mother Superior.
The nun who supervises the orphanage and the hospital.
I didn't know she was aware of my existence.
Well, apparently, Mr. Waddington has spoken of you.
She would very much like to meet the loving, loyal wife...
...of the compassionate Dr. Fane.
Right. Then I must prepare myself for the charade.
She does understand if you...
...don't want to venture into the center of the epidemic.
If you're not afraid, why should I be?
Don't expect anything grand.
They're miserably poor.
It is a great pleasure to make the acquaintance...
...of the wife of our good and brave doctor.
Lovely to meet you too.
You must eat the madeleine.
Sister St. Joseph made them for you herself this morning.
So tell me, Mrs. Fane...
...to which faith do you subscribe?
We attended services.
Not religiously... Regularly.
You could say I'm a member of the Church of England.
Which is an inoffensive way of saying...
...you don't quite believe in anything much.
You're very pretty.
I assure you I'm not. I feel ancient.
If Mrs. Fane would like to see over the convent and orphanage...
...I shall be glad to show her.
We keep the older girls busy with sewing.
It keeps them occupied.
And earns money for the convent.
That one won't allow us to baptize her.
Sister Dominique was our pianist.
She died last week. Cholera.
Through there is the infirmary.
It is not a sight one would wish to see.
Shall I call Dr. Fane out to see you?
No. You needn't disturb him.
Now, with the epidemic,
we have even more to care for.
This baby was brought in this morning.
She says Dr. Fane loves babies.
He spends as much time as he can helping them out in the nursery.
I brought you your supper.
All right. Just leave it there.
Is there something else?
What's that you're doing?
I am testing the nitrate levels of a local tomato.
Can't possibly interest you.
Well, enjoy your supper.
What do you propose we should do if we get through the epidemic?
any good will come of talking about
a situation we should forget.
But you don't forget.
Please. I really must work.
Won't you listen to what I have to say?
All right. If you insist.
...having been at the convent, with those nuns.
What have they done, converted you?
They spoke of you.And it made me feel...
It made you feel what?I think I've been afraid of you.
Well, you should have been.
If I can't work, I'm going to bed.
I know you're angry at me.
But if we could just try and talk about...
Honestly, I don't understand you.
What is it that you want from me?
Perhaps I just want us to be
a little less unhappy.
You're mistaken in thinking I am.
I have too much to do to
think of you very much.
That's exactly what I'm trying to say.
What do you propose that I do about that?
For God sakes,
will you stop punishing me?
Do you absolutely despise me?
No. I despise myself.
For allowing myself to love you once.
I'm very well. And you?
I hope I haven't come at an inconvenient time.
Sister Maryse died last night.
I've just written to inform her parents.
But it is sinful of me to grieve...
...when I know that her good and simple soul has flown straight to heaven.
How can I help you?
Well, I'm sure that with the sister's death...
...you must be even more short-handed.
You see, I was wondering if I could come to the convent...
...and do anything, just... Just to help out.
My dear child, don't you think you've done enough...
...coming here with your husband?
I've been here a month...
...and, believe me, I have nothing to do from morning till night.
Perhaps I could help with the sisters in the hospital.
That is impossible.Cholera is a terrible thing to see.
Besides, what would happen if you should fall ill?
I'd be happy to scrub the floors.
Anything. Just something to feel useful.
That will not be necessary.
The orphans scrub the floors.
No, no, it is our business and our privilege to do such things.
不 不 这都是我们应该做的事情
But there is always more to do each day.
Have you spoken to your husband of your wish?
I don't know what you're saying.
I also found traces in the river,
downstream from the burial grounds.
You've checked these results?
I tested it three times.
Well, that's it, then.
I would recommend barricading the bathing area.
Cut off all access to the river.
How far do you expect people to walk for water?
Upriver, at least a half-mile above the burial ground.
I agree with Dr. Fane.
Also, I thought we'd agreed to post a directive...
...to dispose of the corpses immediately.
We've done that already.
If you don't enforce it, then it doesn't matter.
Families are hiding bodies for days.
They bury them too close to the river. I understand.
You don't have to explain it twice.
Colonel, I respectfully request...
...that you order your soldiers
to enter these people's homes...
...and remove the bodies by force if necessary.
The spirits need access to the water. I understand that.
I just want to move a few of these so they don't live in the water.
He said they're under the protection of their warlord.
If he wants to move the bodies, he will send his own soldiers.
It isn't the best time for a Western woman to explore
a Chinese town by herself.
As if you care whether I'm killed by nationalists or boredom.
我被人杀死 还是无聊死 对你都一样
Besides, I wasn't alone.
I was with my gallant protector, Sung Ching.
you might be happy to know...
...that I am just as useless to the nuns as I am to you.
I shut off the town's only water supply today.
Then I suppose we're both useless.
At last, something in common.
Dr. Fane. We've both been caught out in the weather.
We'll camp here tonight.
What makes you think this warlord will cooperate?
I don't think he will.
So, what do you plan to say to persuade him?
These men are like animals.
They have no vision.
They only have hunger and strength.
Men like this have held the real power in China since I was young.
But that time is coming to an end.
There's no place for them in the new China.
I don't think you like my being here very much either, do you?
I think China belongs to Chinese people...
...but the rest of the world seems to disagree.
Yes, but that's got nothing to do with me.
I didn't come here with a gun, you know.
I came with a microscope.
But it would be nice to do this work together...
...without your country's guns pointing at our people.
Our plan is to divert the water to the town...
...from the fields upriver, above the burial grounds.
With your permission and the assistance of your troops...
...the graves will be moved away from the water...
...and Colonel Yu and his men
will enforce the prompt burial of the dead.
Maintaining the integrity of the water sources...
...and enforcing proper sanitation over the next weeks...
...will make a difference between a few more deaths and possibly thousands.
He doesn't speak any English, does he?
Tell him that's the most ridiculous suit that I've ever seen.
Do not stop on my account
if Dr. Fane is enjoying himself.
No. No, not at all.
哦 不是 我只是
No, l... It's very nice. I just... I was passing.
All right, if you like.
Continue, Mrs. Fane.
But perhaps something a little more soothing.
They brought in a new baby today.
The girls named her Zan Xien.
It means "brand-new."
The nuns are going to call it Katherine, which, of course...
...none of the girls will be able to say.
Thank goodness for those nuns.
They do so much for so little in return.
I suppose you could look at it that way.
I think it might be a bit more complicated than that.
They take in desperate children and give them a chance at life.
What could be so complicated about that?
They also go to young mothers in their homes.
They ask them to give their babies to the convent.
They offer them money to support their families
to persuade them to do it.
They're not just here to run an orphanage, your nuns.
They're turning those children into little Catholics.
None of us are in China without a reason.
Still, on the whole...
...I think that what they're doing
is a pretty good deed, don't you?
I'm here to study bacteria.
I don't feel a need to have an opinion about the rest.
Well, I do, and I admire them.
嗯 我是这样觉得的 我钦佩她们
I don't think it has to be so complicated and gloomy.
And I think what you're doing, for instance, is incredibly noble.
You used to feel contempt for me. Don't you still?
Walter. I can't believe that you, with all your cleverness...
...should have such little sense of proportion.
We humans are more complex than your silly little microbes.
We're unpredictable. We make mistakes and we disappoint.
Yes, we certainly do.
I'm sorry I'm not the perfect young woman that you want me to be.
I'm just ordinary.
I never tried to pretend that I was anything else.
No, you certainly didn't.
I like the theater,
...and playing tennis. I like games. I like men who play games.
God forgive me, that's the way I was brought up.
I play a pretty fierce hand of bridge.
Oh, well, that's bloody exciting.
And you, you dragged me around all those interminable galleries in Venice...
...blathering on about the miracle of the canals...
...and the flushing of the lagoon system,
or some such nonsense.
Honestly, I'd have been much happier playing golf at Sandwich.
I suppose you're right.
It was silly of us to look for qualities in each other that we never had.
Why didn't you break down that door when you knew
I was in there with Charlie?
You might have at least tried to thrash him.
Or maybe I'm just too proud to fight.
I don't know about that.
I've told Mother Superior to keep her sisters inside the convent.
I put a guard outside the gate.
I'd advise any Westerners to stay indoors.
Sister, has Mrs. Fane been at the convent today?
Oui, doctor. But she has left a few minutes ago.
是的 医生 但她几分钟前就走了
Sung Ching! Where's Mrs. Fane? Where's Mrs. Fane?
I don't know what you're saying!
Are you all right? Yes.
We're out of whiskey.
Could I trouble you for a drink?
I was stationed at Hankow during the revolution...
...when they were massacring all the Manchus.
I was able to help a particular family.
New documents, that sort of thing.
She was the youngest of the daughters.
I didn't pay her too much attention at first.
Well, more than I should have, I suppose.
When I left Hankow, she followed me.
I sent her back two, three times,
but she kept coming back.
I didn't realize you had so much affection for her.
What makes you think I do?
I can see it in your eyes.
Men are incalculable.
I thought you were just like everybody else...
...and now I feel I don't know the first thing about you.
I wonder what she sees in you.
She says I'm a good man.
As if a woman ever loved a man for his virtue.
I should think it best to stay away from town today.
I'm going for a walk.
What on earth are you doing all the way out here?
Walking off a crippling hangover.
Well, I've been attempting to purchase a stalk of bamboo...
...off this fine gentleman here,but his price is exorbitant.
My head is too shattered to negotiate.
would you like a ride home? On what?
You see, we're diverting it from these fields temporarily...
...sending it into the center of town,
where they can get at it easily.
It's over a half-mile.
It gave us a devil of a time in some places.
Am I going to die?
Come, come. You mustn't be so silly.
镇静 镇静点 别这么傻
Is it possible you are with child?
I suppose it's possible.
There is no doubt about it.
Yes. Sister St. Joseph knew at once.
She comes from a large family,
so she has experience in these matters.
I can't believe it.
Why can't you believe it?
Having a child is so natural.
Think how happy your husband will be.
And what's happened here?
I'm all right. They said you fainted.
I'm fine. Let me look at you.
It's not cholera.
No. I don't think so.
Did you feel nauseous? Or just faint?
You're quite certain?
Well, that's wonderful.
How long do you think you've been like this?
Am I the father?
I honestly don't know.
...it doesn't matter now...
What is this? Where are they coming from?
The cholera spread south along the river.
They have no doctors or facilities there.
They'll contaminate everything.
We've got to keep them outside town.
Stop here. We can help you here.
Colonel, tell them not to go into town!
We'll help here!
Mrs. Fane. Gather all the children in the music room.
bring him here. Bring him in.
Why didn't he wake me?
He made an early start, and you needed the rest.
How far is the refugee camp?
Just outside the town, in the foothills.
Dr. Fane told me he wanted you to leave, but you would not.
你先生说 他叫你离开 但你不肯走
I didn't want to leave you.
Yes, and we appreciate it, dear child.
But I think you did not want to leave him either.
Well, it's my duty.
Duty is only washing your hands when they are dirty.
I fell in love when I was 17,
A foolish girl with romantic notions
about the life of a religious.
But my love was passionate.
Over the years my feelings have changed.
He's disappointed me. Ignored me.
We've settled into a relationship of peaceful indifference.
The old husband and wife who sit side by side on the sofa,
but rarely speak.
He knows I will never leave him.
But when love and duty are one,
then grace is within you.
Your soldier is waiting to take you back.
What? What is it?
He's been taken ill.
She can't be here.
哦 不 她不能在这儿
It's not safe.Waddington.
I'm afraid I've got no say in the matter.
I don't want an audience.
Please, you must go.
Walter, tell me what I should do.
Slow that drip down. It's running too fast.
It's going to get much worse before it breaks.
Are you prepared for this?
Can you send for more?
Are you feeling better?
There's nothing to forgive.
Dr. Fane would want to be buried immediately.
What are you doing?
It's silly, really.
They'll die in a week.
It's hardly worth the cost.
I think they're quite nice.
I think you're right.
We better hurry. Grandfather's waiting.
As I live and breathe.
What are you doing in London?
I know it's been a long time.
I should have written.
Who's this fine chap? Hello, young man.
Hello, Walter. I'm Charlie Townsend.
你好 沃特 我叫查理·唐森
Five.Come on, darling.We should really press on.
走吧 亲爱的 我们得走了
Yes, of course. Well, it's...
...lovely seeing you again.
I'm in London for three weeks. Perhaps we could...
Goodbye, Mr. Townsend.
Goodbye, Mrs. Fane.
Who was that, Mommy?
No one important, darling.