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Mr. Speaker! Mr. Speaker!
Order! The leader...
The leader of the Opposition, Clement Attlee.
It seems that I have not been clear enough.
Then let me leave no doubt
about my feelings regarding Mr. Chamberlain's future
as prime minister.
All right, honorable gentlemen!
Give way! Give way!
Owing to his years of inactivity
we find him personally responsible...
personally responsible for leaving this nation
ruinously unprepared to face the present Nazi peril.
- Order! Order! - Sit down!
- 安静 安静 - 坐下
Shame on you! Shame!
We are at war, Mr. Speaker...
at war. And leaving aside whether he is fit
to be a leader in peacetime, he has proved himself incapable
of leading us in wartime!
Therefore, in the national interest,
we, the Opposition, are willing to enter into
a grand coalition with the ruling Conservative Party...
- Order! Order! - but not...
- 肃静 肃静 - 但不是
and I stress never... under the leadership
of Mr. Chamberlain, who has lost
the confidence of this House.
In the country's interest, man,
resign, step down, and let us find a new leader.
Sit down. Shame on you.
- Shame. - You've got some nerve!
- 可耻 - 你好大胆子
Ensuring his fingerprints are not on the murder weapon.
As the Opposition refuse
to join any government headed by me,
we must now select my successor,
someone with new strength
to form a coalition government.
I will step down tomorrow,
but, I did want my own party,
the gentlemen I most respect,
- And it must be Halifax. - Hear, hear.
- 一定是哈利法克斯 - 是的 是的
There's no question.
- Our foreign secretary. - Halifax.
- 我们的外交部长 - 哈利法克斯
No contest. Halifax.
Thank you, gentlemen.
I appreciate your confidence in me.
However, my time has not yet come.
But, on whomever the task may fall,
he shall be required to explore every avenue.
Including that of diplomatic talks.
Indeed. Towards the restoration of peace in Europe.
- Absolutely. - Hear, hear.
- 当然 - 是的 是的
Well, gentlemen, there is only one candidate...
only one man the Opposition will accept.
- Oh, no. Oh, surely not. - God, has it come to that?
- 哦 不 别这样 - 天啊 难道真要如此吗
No, this is totally absurd.
And if he stretches out his hand
you need to anticipate what he wants.
Black pen, red pen, paper
黑笔 红笔 纸
or "Clop"... that's his hole punch.
How selfish to resign, time like this.
Do you think they'll take me
to Downing Street if he gets the job?
Not after that spotted dick you served last week, eh?
He mumbles, so it's almost impossible to catch everything.
Be prepared to type fast... short bursts and double-spaced.
要打快一点 缩短时间 双倍行距
He hates single-spaced. Hates it.
To the French ambassador.
With German forces...
crossing into Holland...
Come on. Telegram.
that French forces will now move...
Into, to protect Belgium.
French ambassador, sir.
They've already invaded Belgium?
Holland and Belgium?
I will convey your plea to the prime minister at once.
Yes. The situation is still very confused.
"To the French ambassador.
- With German..." - No, scrap that.
- 随着德国 - 不 这张作废
- What is it now? - Your son.
- 又怎么了 - 是您的儿子
No, last night, they said
I might be made prime minister today,
but that-that was yesterday.
Let's see what happens today.
Yeah? Let's see what,
let's see what Neville does today.
Thank you, my boy.
Yes. Keep buggering on.
"To General Ismay."
Ah, General Ismay.
Get rid of this, will you?
In light of today's events,
for many preparations to be...
striking those keys in a normal fashion?
It's awfully loud. I can't... I can't hear myself think.
声音太大了 我没法 没法思考
"To General Ismay.
In the light of today's events, the time is right..."
"Ripe"! Not "Right"!
God's teeth, girl.
"The time is ripe." Puh.
- For... - "For..."
- 对于 - 对于
- For... - "Man-Many, many, many..."
- 对于 - 许 许多 许多 许多
Many, many, many, many, many.
许多 许多 许多 许多 许多
How many "Many" S did you write, you nincompoop?
One "Many." For...
"For many preparations to be made."
Were you not briefed, young lady?
Someone set it on single-space, and...
Then why did you persist?
- Well, I... - Oh, goddamn! Tell...
- 呃 我 - 真是的 告诉
Tell Evans to send me someone
who can get it right the first time!
- Did he shout at you? - No.
- 他冲你吼了吗 - 没有
- He can be an awful brute! - I'm...
- 他真是个可怕的混蛋 我
- I made too many mistakes. - I think you were nervous,
- 我犯了很多错误 - 我想你只是紧张
and he has a knack for drawing out the very worst
in those who are trying to help him the most.
No, no, it's not... It's not him.
不不 不是 不是他
It's me. He's... he's...
是我的错 他是 他是
He's a man, like any other.
Come on. What you doing?
The War Cabinet's been called.
- Bloody cat's under the bed again. - My darling?
- 该死的猫又跑到床底下了 - 亲爱的
- Tango. - May I tell you something
- 小猫咪 - 我得告诉你
I feel you really ought to know?
I have noticed a recent deterioration in your manner.
You're not as kind as you used to be.
You've become rough.
And sarcastic and overbearing and rude.
Oh, is this about the new girl?
If the king does ask you to become prime minister...
We don't know that for sure.
I don't want you to be disliked.
More than I already am?
My darling, you are on the brink
of having tremendous power,
surpassed only by that of the king,
and with such power you really must try and be more kind.
And, if possible, calm.
I want others to love and respect you, as I do.
我希望其他人也爱你 尊敬你 像我一样
Telegram for Mr. Churchill.
...troops have destroyed all bridges
of the Isle and Meuse rivers.
This is the BBC Home Service.
Here is a short news bulletin.
The German army invaded
Holland and Belgium early this morning, by land...
- There's a telegram. - ...and by landings
- 有一封电报 - 以及空降
The armies of the Low Countries
An appeal for help has been made
to the Allied governments...
- It's from the Palace. - ...and Brussels says
- 是从白金汉宫来的 - 布鲁塞尔方表示
that Allied troops are moving to their support.
A hundred war planes were seen over Brussels,
and it is now reported
that in the first raid over Brussels,
several hundred people were killed and wounded,
and several buildings destroyed.
the Air Ministry announced
that in the early hours of this morning...
- You're shaking. - So are you.
- 你在发抖 - 你也是
You... you from excitement, I from terror.
你 你那是兴奋 我是害怕
You've wanted this your entire adult life.
No. Since the nursery. But do the public want me?
不 从我幼儿园时候就想了 但是民众希望我当选吗
It's your own party to whom you'll have to prove yourself.
I'm getting the job only because the ship is sinking.
It-It's not a gift, it's revenge.
这 这可不是礼物 而是报复啊
Let them see your true qualities, your courage.
- My poor judgment. - No, your lack of vanity.
- 我极差的判断力 - 不 你是不虚荣
- And my iron will. - Your sense of humor.
- 还有我坚强的意志 - 你的幽默感
Which self should I
One should have had power when a young man.
When wits were sharp.
Lead on, Macduff.
When youth departs,
may wisdom prove enough.
Hardly seems like there's a war on at all.
Do you know I've never ridden a bus?
I've never queued for bread.
I believe I can boil an egg.
But only because I've seen it done.
The only time I tried riding the Underground
was during the General Strike.
Clemmie dropped me off at South Kensington station.
I went down but got lost.
I came straight back up!
Why not Halifax? I favor Halifax.
I wanted Halifax.
The Lords wanted Halifax.
Perhaps, Halifax wanted Halifax.
Then why have I been forced to send for Churchill?
Because he is the only member of our party
who has the support of the Opposition.
His record is a litany of catastrophe.
Gallipoli, 25,000 dead,
the India policy, the Russian Civil War,
the Gold Standard,
the abdication and now this Norway adventure.
What's that, 1,800 men?
One aircraft carrier, two cruisers,
seven destroyers and a submarine.
- Winston lacks judgment. - He was right about Hitler.
- 这说明温斯顿缺乏判断力 - 但他对希特勒的看法是对的
Well, even a stopped clock is right twice a day.
First Lord of the Admiralty, Mr. Winston Churchill.
I accept your resignation,
but I want you to know how...
cruelly I think you've been treated.
Thank you, Your Majesty.
Oh, this way, My Lord.
哦 大人 这边请
I believe you know
why I have asked you here today.
Sir, I simply cannot imagine why.
It is my duty to invite you
to take up the position of prime minister
of this United Kingdom.
Will you form a government?
Well, that was quite easy.
I believe we are to meet regularly.
Once a week, I'm afraid.
How are you for Mondays?
I shall endeavor to be available
- on Mondays. - 4:00?
- 空出来的 - 下午四点如何
Is that permissible?
No. But necessary.
Then perhaps lunchtime.
- Can we get any closer? - Mr. Churchill!
- 我们能再靠近点吗 - 丘吉尔先生
Good evening, gentlemen.
Mr. Churchill, welcome to Number Ten.
Mr. Churchill, what's your agenda?
The agenda? A glass of Pol Roger.
- Cheers. - Over here, sir!
- 再见 - 看这里 先生
You'll-you'll have your pictures.
He's never forgiven me for supporting
his brother's marriage to Wallis Simpson.
You only have to meet him once a week.
Oh, but that's like saying you only have to have
your tooth pulled once a week.
Composition of your War Cabinet.
Who should sit on it?
Chamberlain, of course.
The Reverend Holy Fox.
Keeping your enemies close?
Oh, more than that.
Without them, the party will have rid of me.
Oh, and that sheep in sheep's clothing, Attlee.
哦 还有那个披着羊皮的羊 艾德礼
Come on, Daddy. Everyone's waiting.
爸爸 快点呀 大家都在等你呢
Yes, I'll be there in a jiffy, my love.
好 我马上就去 亲爱的
I heard that before you were asked,
they offered it to Lord Halifax.
Oh, I doubt that.
Halifax would never turn it down.
He's the fourth son of an earl.
Fourth sons turn nothing down.
I wish the position had come your way in better times, sir.
You have an enormous task ahead of you.
I only hope it's not too late.
I'm very much afraid it is.
But we can only do our best, hmm?
- Hip hip! - Hurray!
- 嘿嘿 - 恭喜
What a frightful sight.
- A toast. - Yes, a speech.
- 说段祝酒词吧 - 没错 做个演讲吧
- Yes. - Mama.
- 对 - 妈妈说吧
My darling husband.
Some of you may not know that on the eve
of our marriage, I got cold feet.
But as I'd already called off two engagements
by the age of 21 and was in danger of gaining
a reputation for being a bolter
it would have been poor form
- to call off a third. - Hear, hear.
- 糟糕的印象 - 哈哈 没错
But the real reason for my wintery feet
was that I knew, even then,
that his priority would be public life.
But it worried a young girl greatly,
this wretched thought of eternally coming second.
But so it has proven to be.
And in due course, our children would have to make their peace
with this same fact.
We all did, you see.
And now, today, we are to receive our reward.
而现在 就在今天 我们的付出终于得到回报
Proof that our small sacrifice
was for a far, far greater good.
I give you your father,
my beloved husband, the Prime Minister.
to not buggering it up.
To not buggering it up.
Belgium was a ploy.
They punched through the Ardennes into France.
Crossed the Meuse River in under 24 hours.
No one can cross the Meuse in 24 hours.
Well, apparently the Germans can.
Look to Chamberlain's handkerchief.
If he waves it at the end of Churchill's speech,
we show approval.
If not, keep quiet.
The Prime Minister.
on Friday evening last,
I received His Majesty's commission
to form a new administration.
It was the evident wish and will
of Parliament and the nation
that this should be conceived on the broadest possible basis.
And that it should include all parties.
A War Cabinet has been convened.
A War Cabinet has been formed of five members
representing, with the Opposition parties,
the unity of the nation.
"The three party leaders have agreed
"To serve either in the War Cabinet
"Or in high executive office."
With this agreement in place,
I now invite the House
by the resolution which stands in my name...
...to record its approval
and to declare its confidence
in the new government.
I'm coming out in a state of nature.
It must be remembered
that we are in the preliminary stage
of one of the greatest battles in history.
And that many preparations have to be made here at home.
Sir, I take up my task
with a buoyancy and hope,
and say to the House, as I have said
to those who have joined the government,
I have nothing to offer
but blood, toil, tears and sweat.
热血 辛劳 眼泪和汗水
We have before us an ordeal of the most grievous kind.
We have before us many, many long months
of struggle and of suffering.
You ask, "What is our policy?"
I say it is to wage war
by sea, land and air
and with all the strength that God can give us.
To wage war against a monstrous tyranny
never surpassed in the dark and lamentable catalog
That is our policy.
Oh, you ask, "What is our aim?"
I can answer in one word.
Victory at all costs.
Victory, in spite of all terror.
Victory, however long and hard the road may be.
For without victory,
there can be no survival.
We have to start somewhere.
"Our policy is to wage war.
Good God, he's incapable
of even pronouncing the word "Peace,"
let alone entering into negotiations.
Awful, the thought that I shall never see
my country at peace again.
Winston must be removed from office.
If we can get him to declare that he refuses
to even consider peace negotiations with Germany,
you and I would perhaps have clear grounds to resign.
That would force a vote of no confidence.
The party couldn't countenance that.
You're the chairman, for heaven's sake.
And you would agree to be prime minister.
with Winston out of the way, who can say?
But the important thing, Neville,
is that your policies would be back on the table.
Peace and the protection of our nation.
I beg your pardon.
He must declare, on record,
his refusal to engage in peace talks.
We must have it in writing.
- Miss Layton. - Morning.
- 莱顿小姐 - 早上好
What goes on down here?
That's need-to-know, and you don't.
- The lavatory? - For the PM's use only.
- 卫生间呢 - 首相专用
for when you miss the last train.
That's the Map Room.
- No women allowed. - What department's this?
- 女士禁止入内 - 这部门是做什么的
Indiscretion in conversation or any other form,
within or without these rooms regarding what happens here,
is a statutory offense punishable by up to
two years imprisonment with hard labor.
That's the War Cabinet room.
I don't mean to be rough on you, but
This is the typists' pool.
- Good morning, sir. - Ladies.
- 早上好 先生 - 女士好
Belgium and Holland may fall at any hour.
The entire French Ninth Army,
some 200,000 men, have capitulated.
Deserted. It was a rout.
All our land forces, roughly 300,000 men,
are now in full retreat.
Air cover? For our troops?
The Luftwaffe control the skies.
We simply don't have enough planes to challenge them.
In fact, I strongly recommend we stop sending
our precious fighter planes to be wasted in France.
Save them for our own defense.
And our navy sits idle,
Our fleets no sooner come within their range
than we come under blistering air attack.
Well, their speed is devastating.
Panzer tanks moving rapidly westward through the center.
Well, they will have to pause for fuel supplies.
This is not the last war, sir.
Their tanks can stop for fuel at a petrol station.
The road to Paris now lies open.
Seven million refugees are on the move.
Collectively, we are looking at the collapse
of Western Europe in the next few days.
Should the public be told?
First, we must rouse our old friends
to a heroic resistance.
France must be saved.
Perhaps, in English, Prime Minister.
We have survived crises before,
and I am... I am confident we will survive this one.
Tell me how you plan to counter-attack.
Well, you must counter-attack.
Well, you must.
I do not believe that this,
Panzer breakthrough is a real invasion.
Not a real invasion?
No. As long as their tank crews are not supported
by infantry units, they are
merely little flags stuck on a map.
Because the tank crews cannot support themselves.
No. I refuse to see,
in this spectacular raid of the German tank,
a real invasion.
in love with the sound of his own voice.
I love to listen to him.
But we must never take his advice.
Has a hundred ideas a day.
Four of them are good,
the other 96 downright dangerous.
His father was the same. Great orator, but...
他父亲也跟他一样 是个很好的演说家 但
Until he lost his mind to syphilis.
How nations suffer for the sins of their fathers.
At this critical juncture for the empire,
we have a drunkard at the wheel.
Wakes with a scotch,
bottle of champagne for lunch,
another one at dinner.
Brandy and port until the wee hours.
I wouldn't let him borrow my bicycle.
He's a Conservative who defects to the Liberals,
lobs grenades at us for ten years,
then flops Conservative again as it bloody suits him.
Sorry, but he stands for one thing.
We may have to replace him, Bertie.
We must strive for peace
so that every son and daughter of this land
can emerge from this crisis
with something recognizable as home.
Spoken like a true prime minister.
You need to reply to the Lord Privy Seal.
Tell the Lord Privy Seal I am sealed in the privy.
And I can only deal with one shit at a time.
The broadcast is tonight, so don't spare me, Anthony.
今晚有广播 不要打扰我 安东尼
You don't think so what?
You're suggesting we're somehow winning.
No, but it will inspire them.
- Winston, I know... - Anthony, Anthony.
- 温斯顿 我知道 - 安东尼 安东尼
I am going to imbue them with a...
a spirit of feeling they don't yet know they have.
You asked my opinion.
I caution against it.
"If fortune is adverse..." Something,
Well, it's not there. I left it there.
We cannot pay our bills.
My copy of Cicero.
- Did-did you shelve it? - Did you hear what I said?
- 你 你是把它放起来了吗 - 你听见我刚才说什么了吗
- What was that? - We're broke.
- 说了什么 - 我们破产了
Oh, um... Out! Out.
噢 呃 出去 都出去
Come on. Everybody out.
I dare not write another check.
Well, I'll economize.
Only four cigars a day.
You are insufferable!
Is there anything else?
How much have you had to drink this morning?
And I simply stood, speechless.
Well, I must have been very beautiful
to achieve that miraculous effect.
Four years until we saw each other again.
Went by in an absolute flash.
You didn't lack for admirers.
Your fidele serviteur in Sidney Peel.
- Brilliant man. - Lionel Earle.
- 优秀的男人 - 莱昂内尔 厄尔
And then at Lady St. Helier's dinner party.
Who should show up?
Are we terribly old?
Yes, I'm afraid you are.
Would you hear me read my speech
for tonight's broadcast?
Prime Minister, the situation in France.
Is it true we're in full retreat?
"The Spanish ships I cannot see,
"For they are out of sight."
If you will sit here
And speak slowly and clearly.
Into the microphone.
if you're ready, on the stroke of 9:00,
the red light will come on,
and we shall go live to the nation.
9:00, red light...
Prime Minister, are we ready?
One moment, one moment.
We are going live...
One moment, damn you!
I speak to you for the first time
in a solemn hour for the life of our country,
of our empire, of our allies
and, above all, of the cause of freedom.
都是如此 还有最重要的 是我们对自由的需求
A tremendous battle
is raging in France and Flanders.
The Germans, by a remarkable combination
of air bombing and heavily armored tanks,
have broken through the French defenses
north of the Maginot Line
and strong columns
of their armored vehicles
are ravaging the open country...
...which, for the first day or two,
was without defenders.
However, I have invincible confidence
in the French Army and its leaders.
Only a very small part of that splendid army
has yet been heavily engaged,
and only a very small part of France has yet been invaded.
the British and French peoples have advanced.
- "Advanced"? - To rescue not only Europe.
- 共同提议 - 其目的不仅在于拯救欧洲
- How bloody dare he. - But mankind
- 他竟能如此血腥杀伐 - 但是人类
from the foulest and most soul-destroying tyranny
which has ever darkened
and stained the pages of history.
But now one bond unites us all.
To wage war until victory is won,
and never to surrender ourselves
to servitude and shame.
and the agony may be,
as conquer we shall.
Oh! I thought you did marvelously.
The last ten years,
I was the only one who told them the truth.
There is no advance.
We're in full retreat.
But would you be serving them tonight
by denying them their sleep
and terrifying their children?
What, even if the terror is coming?
Because the terror is coming.
There's time enough for the truth.
Have you seen this?
Prime Minister. Sir.
I'm not sure if you know this, but,
but the way you're doing your "V for Victory" Sign...
Well, in the poorer quarters,
that gesture means something else.
Well, I wouldn't like to say, sir.
呃 我不太说得出口 阁下
I was captured by the Boer.
I spent time in a South African prison.
The way you're doing it, sir, yes, sir.
But if you turn it around, that's fine.
I wouldn't like millions of people
to take it the wrong way.
Don't want to take too much of your time.
I heard you on the wireless.
Was I comprehensible?
The public need to be led, not misled.
Not left to work it out for themselves.
Will that be all, Your Majesty?
Good day, Prime Minister.
I believe I have just received a royal rap on the knuckles.
As of 20:00 hours last night,
the Germans have encircled 60 British,
Belgian and French divisions.
On our part, all our forces under Lord Gort have withdrawn
or are trying to withdraw to the French coast, to Dunkirk,
where we cannot reach them.
How many of our men are trapped?
Our country's entire professional soldiery.
And we can see no clear way to rescue them.
General, are you telling me
that we shall have lost the entire British Army
by the next few days?
The German force is superior in every regard
and only 50 miles from the coast.
They are pushing us into the sea.
No, the Germans must not reach the sea.
Not before we evacuate our men.
Ismay, what have you got for us?
As it stands, I cannot see
we have much hope of getting any of our forces out in time.
Well, we... Well, we cannot be so
这 我们 但是我们不能
totally at their mercy.
What's our next step?
We still have a garrison at Calais.
25 miles to the west.
Well, how many men do we have there?
4,000, more or less.
Yes. Then we... We have them go east,
好的 我们 我们让他们往西
engage with the German columns moving on Dunkirk,
buy us some time.
Draw the... the Nazi focus
away from Dunkirk whilst we execute a...
a maritime evacuation of our forces.
It would mean a huge sacrifice.
Under whose command is the Calais garrison?
Tell Nicholson it is of the greatest importance
to this island that...
that his garrison draw the enemy's tanks
and artillery and bombers away from Dunkirk.
Invite their wrath, and...
Well, and to fight on
If needs be, until the destruction of his command.
Prime Minister, I have reservations.
Well, who is free of reservations?
About unnecessary sacrifice,
when there is an available alternative.
Italy has offered to mediate peace talks
between ourselves and Germany.
I already indicated that,
provided the liberty and independence
of the British Empire was assured,
we would consider any proposal.
With, with Hitler holding the whip hand.
Do you really think he would honor
our liberty and independence?
It would be in his interest to do so, sir.
- Because the British Empire... - The only thing to do
is to show that maniac
that he cannot conquer this island,
and for that we need an army.
General, tell Brigadier Nicholson
the Germans must not reach the sea.
Not before we-we get our boys
off of that bloody beach!
I take full responsibility.
I sit in this chair!
Well, surely, before you take
full responsibility for the deaths of 4,000 men,
you'd wish to consider every available avenue.
What is your mind on the principle of peace talks, sir?
Do we take it, for example, that you preclude yourself
from even considering taking part in such negotiations?
I should like to speak to Viscount Halifax
and Mr. Chamberlain.
Issue the order to the Calais garrison.
Confirm it has been done.
Now, you two come on.
we are facing certain defeat on land,
the annihilation of our army, and imminent invasion.
We must be rational.
We are a seagoing nation.
Have been since the Bronze Age.
The Channel is ours.
It's our moat, our battlement,
and the German doesn't recognize an expanse of water
greater than a bloody lake.
They have first to reach this island, Edward.
Where men, women and children,
whom we will have failed despicably
in our duty of protection, will be
男人 女人 孩子
- entirely defenseless... - And whose fault is that?
他们手无寸铁 - 这又是谁的错呢
...against the largest army the world has ever seen.
Furthermore, once France falls,
Germany can concentrate on aircraft production.
They will then have the French fleet as well.
What is to stop Herr Hitler then, Winston?
Words, words, words alone.
If you will not permit any talk of peace,
then I shall be forced...
Might we not allow Edward
simply to meet the Italian Ambassador Bastianini,
discuss a possible role
as mediators between us and Germany,
and find out their price?
- Mr. President. - Winston.
总统先生 - 温斯顿
- How are you? - Fine. Fine.
你怎么样 - 很好
How are you, Prime Minister?
Oh, I'm in fine fettle.
I'm, telephoning about your navy ships.
If you could loan us just,
50 older destroyers.
- Ah, yes. - Or even 40 would do.
but just not possible, I'm afraid.
The Neutrality Act we signed last year has tied my hands.
Just can't swing it.
Do I have your permission
to send an aircraft carrier
to pick up the P-40 fighter planes
we purchased from you?
Well, you've got me there again.
New law preventing transshipment
of military equipment.
But we paid for them.
We paid for them with the money that we...
that we borrowed from you.
I'm so, so sorry, Winston.
I need not impress upon you the...
the trouble faced by the Western Hemisphere,
without your support in some fashion.
You are on my mind day and night.
Look, we could possibly...
We are facing the gravest odds.
We could take your planes
to about a mile from the Canadian border.
And then, if you send across
a team of horses from Canada, nothing motorized
then you could pull them over the border yourself.
How does that sound?
Well, I guess you could push them yourself.
Damn things have wheels.
We could do that, Prime Minister.
Anything you could do at this time,
Franklin, would be most welcome.
Good night to you, Winston.
It must be late there.
In more ways than you could possibly know.
- Prime Minister. - Prime Minister.
Get me Admiral Ramsay on one of these, will you?
Yes, Prime Minister.
Put me through to Admiral Ramsay.
It's the prime minister.
Bertie, I hope I didn't wake you.
Not at all. I was just reading the Bible.
We need to evacuate our boys.
The Navy is saying that with one cruiser
and six destroyers and with the...
the Luftwaffe controlling the skies above,
we'll be lucky to get ten percent out.
I want you to order an assembly of boats.
As many as you can get your hands on.
Longley's Clipper, Fearnley's Gin Palace,
anyone with a pleasure craft bigger than 30 foot
that can get to France.
Bertie, you still there?
Help me stage this thing, Bertie?
We must at least try to bring some of our boys home.
Well, I'll have the BBC issue the order.
Oh, and Bertie, you still there?
- Sir. - We need a name
先生我在 - 我们需要给这次行动
for this operation.
Good morning, Prime Minister. Prime Minister, do you have
早上好 首相先生 先生 您在今天早上
anything you'd like to say to our readers this morning?
Prime Minister. Mr. Churchill, sir.
Prime Minister, do you have anything you'd like to say?
Prime Minister? Prime Minister, are you going to...
首相先生 先生 您会
Prime Minister, would you like to... Prime Minister?
首相先生 您想 首相先生
How do you manage drinking during the day?
should like to discuss...
I have been asked if plans should be drawn
to evacuate myself and my family to Canada.
I would like to know the opinion of our prime minister.
Well, my opinion would be that you must do
what you feel is right for yourself,
只要你觉得这是对你自己 你的家人 和你的国家
your family and the nation.
I mean, your survival is paramount.
well, we seem to come and go at an astonishing rate.
Your position in Parliament, I...
I'm told, is not strong.
resents the way Chamberlain was pushed aside.
And many others doubt me.
They want Halifax still,
but why get rid of the organ grinder
and replace him with the monkey?
Lord Halifax is a close personal friend of mine.
I've never been trusted since the Gallipoli campaign.
Perhaps it's because you scare people.
What could possibly be scary about me?
One never knows what's going to come out of your mouth next.
Something that will flatter,
something that will wound.
My emotions are unbridled.
A wildness in the blood
I share with my father.
And my mother also.
We lacked the gift of temperance.
Were you close to your parents?
My mother was glamorous,
but perhaps too widely loved.
My father was like God,
- Good day, gentlemen. - Prime Minister.
- 早安 先生们 - 首相先生
I have asked the minister for war to join us.
Neville, would you...
Obviously, we are in a dangerous situation.
But I am assured by the French premier
that while some German tank units
have reached the sea,
the situation generally seems to be well in hand.
What news from Calais?
The garrison attacked, but was forced back
and is now surrounded on all sides.
They're being shelled and bombed mercilessly.
Casualties are at 60%.
The question of peace talks.
We must hold our nerve.
Signal only that we intend to fight it out until the end.
- telegraphs our weakness. - Agreed.
- 只会暴露我们的弱点 - 同意
And even if we were beaten, we should be no worse off
than we should be if we were now to abandon the struggle.
Let us therefore avoid
being dragged down the slippery slope
with talk of a negotiated peace.
Slippery slope? The only...
- I suspect Italy and Germany... - The only slippery slope...
- 无疑意大利和德国 - 唯一会使局势恶化的
...wish to get us so deeply involved in negotiations
- that we should be unable to turn back. - Nonsense.
- 这样我们就无法扭转局势 - 荒谬
- Bastianini informed me... - I propose...
- 巴斯蒂安尼尼 通知我 - 我提议
- The only slippery slope... - Would you stop interrupting me
- 唯一会让我们局势恶化的 - 你能别在我打断你说话的时候
while I am interrupting you?
When I chose my War Cabinet, I took great care
to surround myself with old rivals.
I may have overdone it.
the approach you propose is... It's not only...
But it involves us in a deadly danger.
The deadly danger here
is this romantic fantasy of fighting to the end.
if not the destruction of all things?
There's nothing heroic
in going down fighting if it can be avoided.
Nothing even remotely patriotic in death or glory
if the odds are firmly on the former.
Nothing inglorious in trying to shorten a war
that we are clearly losing.
Losing? Europe is still...
And before our forces are wiped out completely,
now is the time to negotiate,
in order to obtain the best conditions possible.
Hitler will not insist on outrageous terms.
He will know his own weaknesses.
He will be reasonable.
When will the lesson be learned?
When will the lesson be learned?
How many more dictators
must be, wooed, appeased,
追捧 妥协 让步
good God, given immense privileges
before we learn?
You cannot reason with a tiger
when your head is in its mouth!
Yesterday, you gave permission...
For me to meet Bastianini.
I sanctioned the theoretical exploration...
...of what price Italy would ask. Nothing more.
- I did not sanction any... - If you will not permit
- 我没有批准任何 - 如果你不允许
further exploration of a peace agreement,
then you will have my resignation.
Don't be absurd, Edward.
- I need you. You know I do. - I will not stand by
- 我需要你 - 我不可能
to watch another generation of young men die
at the bloody altar of your hubris.
Oh, and you would have us die as lambs!
Was Gallipoli not enough for you?
Our troops were chewing barbed wire in Flanders,
Opening a second front, outflanking the Turks
was a serious military idea,
and it could have damn well worked if the...
if the admirals and the First Sea Lord
hadn't dithered away our element of surprise.
Choice is yours, Winston.
You have 24 hours to enter into peace talks,
or I shall resign.
Gave him 24 hours.
I don't expect he'll agree, so I shall resign first.
You then follow, that's critical if we're
to trigger a vote of no confidence in the House.
I shall announce it.
The king will back us.
I wonder if we might schedule you
to address the Outer Cabinet.
have made an order requesting all owners
of self-propelled pleasure craft
between 30 and 100 feet in length
to send all particulars to the Admiralty immediately...
To Brigadier Nicholson.
30 Infantry Brigade, Calais.
you continue to exist
is of the greatest help
to our forces at Dunkirk.
Have the greatest possible admiration
for your splendid stand.
Your evacuation, however,
will not take place.
will not take place.
May I be excused?
What is this about?
No one tells us anything.
It's all classified.
We hear scraps, and it's worse than knowing nothing.
What would you like to know?
How many men will survive?
I'm not allowed in the Map Room.
- Well, you are now. - Prime Minister.
- 你现在可以进了 - 首相先生
At ease, gentlemen.
The German army controls every French port
except Dunkirk here and Calais here to the west,
where the garrison under Brigadier Nicholson
is drawing fire and delaying the German advance on Dunkirk.
At both points, our troops are encircled.
Now, we are still trying
to clear Dunkirk Harbor of wrecked ships
so that we can then land the boats we need to get
our boys off those beaches.
But enemy aircraft is attacking us constantly.
Our only hope in Dunkirk is thick cloud cover
to thwart these attacks, but the skies remain clear.
And even then, I am told we will need a...
a miracle to get even ten percent of our men out.
Courage, Miss Layton.
How long have they got
if we don't rescue them?
News from Calais, the 30th Infantry, sir.
They've retreated to the town's citadel
as a last and probably hopeless stand.
The order, "Every man for himself," Has been given.
- Thank you, thank you. - Brigadier Nicholson.
- 谢谢 谢谢 - 尼科尔森准将
- There's a telegram, sir. - Thank you.
- 长官 有您的电报 - 谢谢
Good show, chaps.
Well done, lads. Well done.
干得好 伙计们 干得好
He's losing too much blood.
We need another transfusion here.
All right, men? All right?
你们还好吗 伙计们 还好吗
Your evacuation, however,
will not take place.
I repeat, will not take place.
Leave me, Clemmie.
The opportunity for doing so passed a long time ago.
Operator. How may I direct your call?
- Give me Ramsay. - One moment, please.
- 帮我接通拉姆塞的电话 - 请稍等
- Bertie? - Sir?
- 伯蒂 - 先生
What's been the response?
It's too soon to judge.
How many boats so far?
Winston, it will take time.
The request for civilian boats, Bertie, was not a request.
伯蒂 对民用船只的要求 不是要求
- Miss Layton. - Sir.
- 莱顿小姐 - 先生
Ask Bridges to summon the...
The War Cabinet, at 3:00 p.M.
From Lord Gort in France, sir.
Belgium has fallen.
They will surrender at midnight.
France will soon follow suit.
We have received reports
that the most probable method of attack
which Germany might employ against this country
is a large fleet of fast motorboats,
possibly up to 200, carrying a hundred men apiece,
to carry out a seaborne raid on a large scale.
By these means, a considerable force of the enemy
could be landed at many points on the coast
simultaneously with airborne raids inland.
We do not feel that by naval or air action,
we could prevent such a landing.
Could you repeat that?
for the imminent invasion of our island.
We must prepare for the imminent invasion of our island.
We recommend that the country
should be warned and roused to the immediate danger,
and that all personnel
required to put Britain in a state of defense
should be mobilized without a moment's delay.
Thank you, General.
Let all preparations be made.
Let the record state, I have received word
from the Italian embassy in London.
Italy is prepared to mediate a resolution
between Britain, its allies and Germany.
the time for such an offer from us
Is when Germany has made an unsuccessful attempt
- to invade this country. - Unsuccessful?
- 失败之后 - 失败
Then you leave me no other option but to offer...
You are refusing to grasp the realities
of how precarious our position is.
Our entire army is about to be wiped out.
Terms must be struck.
We have no choice
but to at least consider the
path of negotiation.
If Hitler's peace terms are
over lordship of Central Europe,
return certain German colonies,
and if he will leave us
then I'd be grateful
to get out of our present...
But it is unlikely
that he will make such an offer.
But if I were told what the German terms were,
well, then I'd be prepared to consider them.
Thank you, Prime Minister.
We shall prepare a draft memorandum at once.
I have come to wonder,
part of my duty to...
Will that be all for tonight, sir?
...whether it was part of my duty
into negotiations with,
And monster of wickedness.
I didn't understand you, sir.
They will come, sir.
No one can put words together like you.
He was falling back on Dunkirk.
But he never made it.
Just looking at you.
Shall I read back what we have?
"I have come to wonder in recent days
"Whether it was my duty to consider
"Entering into negotiations with..."
I've just been standing,
imagining never being here anymore,
whether it is because I'm no longer alive
or that the palace itself is gone.
You must decide, sir.
You could rule in exile.
Truly? Is that to be my fate?
I'm aware in this moment of feeling angry.
There's someone to see you.
You have a visitor.
My darling, you have the full weight
of the world on your shoulders.
No, I know, I know.
不 我知道 我知道
But these inner battles
have actually trained you
for this very moment.
You are strong because you are imperfect.
You are wise because you have doubts.
Now, shall I let him in?
Well, if it isn't him, it's a marvelous impersonation.
I hope you can forgive the late hour, but
your wife thought tonight would be a good time.
Something to drink, perhaps?
I received a visit.
It appears that the prospect of a peace deal
has increased dramatically.
The War Cabinet is drafting a letter to Mussolini,
asking him to broker talks with Herr Hitler.
Then Halifax was correct.
I should like to know your mind.
It would be helpful to know yours first.
I should like to know it myself.
which go down fighting rise again, and those
that surrender tamely are finished.
- Collapsed. - Norway?
France any hour.
And the mood of Parliament?
Are you not afraid?
I am, most terribly.
Support in the War Cabinet
for the campaign of resistance
Later today, I will address the House accordingly.
You have my support.
You have my support.
had some reservations about you at first, but
while some in this country dreaded your appointment,
none, none dreaded it like Adolf Hitler.
Whomever can strike fear into that brute heart
is worthy of all of our trust.
We shall work together.
You shall have my support at any hour.
I will go to Parliament.
But without support in my own party,
I must sue for peace.
You once gave me some advice.
Perhaps I can... I can give you some.
Let them instruct you.
Quite silently, they usually do.
the truth unvarnished.
If invasion is imminent,
if our troops in France are lost,
they must be prepared.
On certain matters,
I have very few people with whom I can
Perhaps now we have each other.
And I no longer scare you?
We are ready. More or less.
More or less what, Bertie?
Give me a number.
In total, 860 vessels.
The biggest civilian fleet ever assembled.
Operation Dynamo waits on your command.
And may God watch over them all.
We've lost the prime minister.
Do you know how to use this thing?
How do I get to Westminster?
The District Line, east. One stop.
地区线 往东 一站
District Line. East. One stop.
地区线 往东 一站
Well, that doesn't sound so hard.
The memorandum is titled "Suggested Approaches to Italy"
and is as follows.
"If Signor Mussolini will cooperate with us
"In securing a settlement of all European questions
"Which safeguard the independence
"And security of the allies, and could be the basis
"Of a just and durable peace for Europe,
"We will undertake at once to discuss,
"With the desire to find solutions,
"The matters in which Signor Mussolini
"Is primarily interested.
"We understand that he desires the solution
"Of certain Mediterranean questions,
"And if he will state in secrecy what these are,
"France and Great Britain will at once
"Do their best to meet his wishes."
So, this is the Underground.
Does anyone have a match?
What are you all staring at?
Have you never seen the prime minister
ride the Underground before?
What is your name?
Oliver Wilson, sir.
And what do you do, Mr. Wilson?
- Bricklayer, sir. - Ah, bricklayer.
- 泥瓦匠 先生 - 啊 泥瓦匠
We shall have great need of bricklayers soon.
Business will be looking up.
Madam, all babies look like me.
Well, what is your name?
Mrs. Jessie Sutton.
- Marcus Peters. - Marcus Peters.
- Agnes Dillon. - Agnes.
- Maurice Baker. - Mr. Baker.
- Alice Simpson. - Alice Simpson.
Miss Margaret Jerome.
My mother was a Jerome.
I expect we are closely related.
Thank you, Mr. Baker.
So, how are you all, how are you all bearing up?
We shall need them.
Let me ask you something
that's been weighing on my mind.
Perhaps you can provide me with an answer.
You, the British people.
- Yeah. - If confident, how confident?
- 是啊 - 有多自信
- Very. - Some people say it's a lost cause.
- 非常自信 - 有人说败局已定
No, lost causes are the only ones
- worth fighting for. - Too right.
- 值得为之战斗的动力 - 太对了
Yes. Now let me ask you this.
If the worst came to pass
and the enemy were to appear on those...
those streets above, what would you do?
- Fight. - Fight the fascists.
- 战斗 - 对抗法西斯
Fight them with anything we can lay our hands on.
- Broom handles if we must. - Street by street.
- 哪怕是扫帚把 - 巷战
They will never take Piccadilly.
Never take Piccadilly, indeed.
And what if I put it to you all
that we might, if we, if we ask nicely
get very favorable terms from Mr. Hitler
if we enter into a peace deal with him right now?
What would you say to that?
Never! Never! Never!
绝不 绝不 绝不
Will you never give up?
"Then out spake brave Horatius,
"Captain of the Gate:
"To every man upon this earth
"Death cometh soon or late.
"And how can man die better
"Than facing fearful odds
- "For the ashes..." - "For the ashes of his fathers
- 为守护先祖的” - “为守护先祖的遗骨
"And the temples of his Gods."
I blub a lot, you know.
You'll have to get used to it.
It's Westminster, sir.
Westminster. It's my stop.
Sir, they're waiting.
I'm due to address the Outer Cabinet.
- When? - Now.
- 什么时候 - 现在
I haven't spoken to them
since the formation of the new government.
- Prime Minister. - Good day, gentlemen.
- 首相先生 - 你们好 先生们
I-I'm about to, speak to my Outer Cabinet in my rooms,
and I extend the invitation to any of you
who would care to join them.
- Let's go. - Let's go.
- 走 - 走
I shall address the House
on the matter of our nation's security.
At this very moment, the War Cabinet
is drafting papers that lay out a willingness
to enter into peace talks with Herr Hitler,
his lackey, Mussolini.
I have thought very carefully in these last days
whether it was part of my duty
to consider entering into negotiations with...
Mrs. Jessie Sutton,
Mrs. Abigail Walker,
and Miss Margaret Jerome.
Brave, good, true citizens of this kingdom.
这些勇敢 忠贞 正直的人们
And they argued strongly that it was idle to think,
他们强调 求和 是惰怠的体现
if we tried to make peace now,
we should get better terms than if we fought it out.
The Germans, Mr. Baker felt,
would demand, in the name of disarmament,
our naval bases and much else,
and I think he's right.
Jessie Sutton, speaking for many,
believes we would then become a...
她认为 从那以后 我们会沦为
A British government which would be Hitler's puppet.
A government set up under Mosley
- or some such person. - No, no.
- 或者与他类似的人来领导 - 不 不
And I join with them in asking a further question.
A question I now put to you.
Where should we be at the end of all that?
Some might benefit.
I mean, the powerful might be able to parlay good terms,
preserved in their country redoubts,
out of sight of the swastika flying over
over Buckingham Palace!
And, dropped on these very buildings!
- Never! Never! - No! No!
- 永不 永不 - 不 不
So I come to you...
to learn your minds in this grave hour.
You see, it was pointed out to me
by my new friends that you might even rise up
如果我考虑去赌一把 或者投降 哪怕只想过一分一秒
and tear me down were I for one moment
to contemplate parlay or surrender.
- Were they wrong? - No!
- 他们说错了吗 - 没有
- No! - Thank you. Thank you.
- 没有 - 好 好
Then I have heard you.
It appears to be your will also
that if this long island story of ours is to end at last,
then let it end only when each one of us
lies choking in his own blood upon the ground!
- Yes! - Bravo!
- 没错 - 漂亮
And when I asked to know their minds,
there occurred a demonstration which,
considering the character of the gathering,
quite surprised me.
There is no doubt that if we falter at all
in the leading of the nation,
we should all be hurled out of office.
I am sure now that every minister
on both sides of the House
is ready to be killed quite soon,
and have all his family and possessions destroyed,
rather than give in.
In this, they represent almost all the people.
And it falls to me in these coming days and months
to express their sentiments.
There shall be no negotiated peace.
And you must each do now
If you will excuse me, gentlemen
I believe I am due to address Parliament.
And I have yet to write a word of my speech.
There's the buggers.
- Tiny. - Sir.
- 小家伙 - 先生再见
- Miss Layton. - Sir.
- 莱顿小姐 - 您好 先生
I am in need of you.
We must both now resign, force a vote of no confidence.
Well, let us go to the Commons first,
join our colleagues.
Then speak after the prime minister's address.
Here is a woman who's always tired,
for she lives a life where too much is required.
The Prime Minister.
Turning once again to the question of invasion,
I would observe that there has never been a period
in all these long centuries of which we boast
when an absolute guarantee against invasion
could have been given to our people.
full confidence that if all do their duty,
if nothing is neglected,
and the best arrangements are made,
as they are being made,
we shall prove ourselves once more able
to defend our island home.
To ride out the storm of war
and to outlive the menace of tyranny.
for years, if necessary,
At any rate, that is what we are
are going to try to do.
That is the resolve of His Majesty's Government,
- every man of them. - To your right, please.
- 决心 - 麻烦往右边一点儿
That is the will
of Parliament and the nation.
and the French Republic,
linked together in their cause and in their need,
will defend to the death
their native soil.
Aiding each other like good comrades
to the utmost of their strength.
Even though large tracts of Europe
and many old and famous states
have fallen or may fall into
the grip of the Gestapo
and all the odious apparatus of the Nazi rule,
we shall not flag or fail.
We shall go on to the end!
We shall fight in France.
We shall fight on the seas and the oceans.
We shall fight with growing confidence
and growing strengths in the air.
We shall defend our island,
whatever the cost may be.
We shall fight on the beaches.
We shall fight on the landing grounds.
We shall fight in the fields
We shall fight in the hills.
We shall never surrender!
- Hear, hear. - Hear, hear.
- 对 对 - 对 对
which I do not for a moment believe,
this island or large part of it were...
were subjugated and starving,
then our empire beyond the seas,
armed and guarded by the British fleet,
- would carry on the struggle. - Hear, hear!
- 一定会参与这场斗争 - 对 对
Until, in God's good time,
the New World, with all its power and might,
steps forth to the rescue
and the liberation of the old!
Changed your mind?
Those who never change their mind
never change anything.
What just happened?
He mobilized the English language
and sent it into battle.