In my younger and more vulnerable years...
my father gave me some advice.
"Always try to see the best in people," he would say.
As a consequence, I'm inclined to reserve all judgments.
But even I have a limit.
Back then, all of us drank too much.
The more in tune with the times we were...
And none of us contributed anything new.
When I came back from New York, I was disgusted.
I see, Mr. Carraway.
Disgusted with everyone and everything.
Only one man was exempt from my disgust.
Was he a friend of yours?
the single most hopeful person I've ever met.
And am ever likely to meet again.
There was something...
about him, a sensitivity.
He was like one of those machines that register earthquakes 10,000 miles away.
Where'd you meet him?
At a... At a party...
In the summer of 1922...
the tempo of the city approached...
and Wall Street boomed...
The parties were bigger.
The buildings were higher.
The morals were looser and the ban...
on alcohol had backfired...
making the liquor cheaper.
Wall Street was luring the young and ambitious.
And I was one of them.
I rented a house 20 miles from the city on Long Island.
I lived at West Egg...
in a forgotten groundskeeper's cottage, squeezed among the mansions...
of the newly rich.
To get started, I bought a dozen volumes on credit, banking and investments.
All new to me.
- hit another high. - The market's moving up, up, up!
- 又再创新高 - 买气旺盛，股市不断飙升
Well, of course, nothing is 100 percent. I wouldn't go investing every penny.
At Yale I dreamed of being a writer...
but I gave all that up.
With the sun shining...
and the bursts of leaves on the trees...
I planned to spend...
the summer studying.
And I probably would have...
amusements that beckoned...
the walls of that...
owned by a gentleman I had...
he was your neighbor.
When I think about it, the history of the summer really began...
the night I drove over to my cousin Daisy's for dinner.
She lived across the bay in old moneyed...
Her husband was heir to one of America's wealthiest families.
at Yale together, he'd been...
a sporting star. But now his glory days were behind him and he...
- contented himself with... - Telephone, Monsieur Buchanan.
- 他用别的娱乐… - 您的电话，布坎南先生
- It's me. - other affairs.
- 是我 - 来打发时间
I thought I told you not to call me here.
- How's the great American novel coming? - I'm selling bonds with Walter Chase's outfit.
- 你的美国文学大作写得如何？ - 我跟瓦特柴斯那伙人一起卖债券
Let's say after dinner, you and I, we go into town.
- I can't. - Catch up with the old wolf pack.
- 不行 - 跟狐群狗党们聚聚
- Big day on the job tomorrow. - Nonsense! We're going.
- 明天公司还有事 - 少来，一定要去
First team, all-American.
Made me who I am today.
Played the Prince of Wales. What a sissy.
something you dominate.
If you're any good.
Where are you?
- 你在哪里？ - 在这，先生
Is that you, my lovely?
Daisy Buchanan, the golden girl.
warmth flowed from her.
A promise that there was no one else...
Do they miss me in Chicago?
Yes. At least a dozen people send their love.
They're absolutely in mourning.
- They're crying. Yes. - No.
- 他们泪流满面 - 才没有
- I don't believe you. - Wailing.
- 我才不信 - 他们哀嚎
- I don't believe you. - They're screaming.
- 我不相信 - 他们尖叫呐喊
- "without you!" - I'm paralyzed with happiness.
- 我们活不下去” - 我开心死了
She was the most frightening person I'd ever seen.
Well, I've seen your face on the cover of Sporting Life.
But I enjoyed looking at her.
I've been lying on that sofa...
for as long as I can remember.
This summer I'll fling you two together. I'll push you into linen closets...
and out to sea in boats!
- I'm not listening to a word. - So, Nick...
- 我没听到 - 尼克
that you're over in West Egg...
throwing your lot in...
with those social-climbing...
primitive new-money types.
My little shack's just a cardboard box at 80 a month.
Your life is adorable.
I know somebody in West Egg.
I don't know a single person...
that side of the bay.
You must know Gatsby.
Madame, the dinner is servi.
Would you like to hear...
a family secret?
- That's why I came over. - It's about the butler's nose.
- 我就是为此而来 - 是关于管家的鼻子
Things went from bad to worse.
I hate that word "hulking."
I heard a rumor that you were getting married...
- to a girl out West. - It's a libel.
- 西部的女孩结婚 - 这是毁谤
- I'm too poor. - They have to be old...
- 我太穷了 - 他们得老一点…
so they die quickly.
Can't we talk about something else?
You're making me feel uncivilized...
Civilization's going to pieces.
Have you read The Rise of the Colored Empires...
by this fellow Goddard? Everybody ought to...
read it. The idea is...
that it's up to us, the dominant race...
to watch out or these...
will have control of things.
Tom's very profound lately. He reads deep books with long words in them.
We've got to beat them down.
Monsieur Wilson, from the garage.
Excuse me, I'll be right back.
- Well, this Mr. Gatsby you spoke of... - I'm working on it.
- he's my neighbor.
I wanna hear what happens.
I don't care what you do...
- Why, I thought everybody knew. - Well, I don't.
- 我以为大家都知道 - 我不知道
- woman in New York. - Got some woman?
- 有女人 - 有女人？
She might have the decency not to telephone at dinnertime. Don't you think?
- Is that too much to ask? - Daisy, don't create a scene.
I love seeing you at my table.
You remind me of a rose. An absolute rose...
- doesn't he? - So after dinner...
- 对不对？ - 晚餐之后…
I'm not like a rose.
Nick wanted to go into town.
I have to work early.
- There's so much to talk about. - It's just...
- 我有好多话想跟你聊 - 只是…
could ignore that fifth guest's shrill...
- Nicky. - What?
- 尼克 - 怎么了？
It's just, well, you see, I think everything's terrible anyhow.
- Really? - Yes.
- 真的吗？ - 真的
I've been everywhere and seen everything and done everything.
I've had a very bad time, Nicky.
I'm pretty cynical about everything.
Your daughter, I suppose she...
talks and eats and everything?
Listen, Nick, when she was born...
Tom was God knows where...
with God knows whom.
the nurse if it was a boy or a girl.
And she said it was a girl...
"I'm glad it's a girl."
And I hope she'll be a fool.
That's the best thing a girl in this world can be.
"A beautiful little fool."
All the bright, precious things fade so fast.
And they don't come back.
When I arrived home...
I noticed that a figure...
had emerged on my neighbor's dock.
And something told me it was...
He seemed to be reaching toward...
something out there in the dark.
I don't wanna talk about this, doctor.
Then write about it.
- Write about it? - Yes.
- 写下来？ - 对
Why would I do that?
You said yourself writing...
brought you solace.
Yeah, well, it didn't bring anyone else much solace.
I wasn't any good.
No one need ever read it.
You could always burn it.
What would I write about?
Whatever brings you ease:
a thought, a place.
The Valley of Ashes was a grotesque place.
New York's dumping ground halfway between West Egg and the city...
where the burnt-out coal that powered...
the booming golden city...
was discarded by men who...
moved dimly and already...
crumbling through the powdery air.
This fantastic farm...
was ever watched by Dr. T.J. Eckleburg...
a forgotten oculist whose eyes brooded over it all...
Tom had invited me to town, apparently for lunch at the Yale Club...
- Come on! - What do you mean?
- 来吧 - 什么意思？
- What are we doing? - Where are you going?
- 我们要干嘛？ - 你们去哪里？
- What are you doing? - Jump, come on!
- 你们在干嘛？ - 快点跳
Tom, wait. Wait a second, would you?
Yeah, I can't complain.
So when are you gonna...
- sell me that car? - I've still got my man working on it.
- 把那辆车卖给我 - 我的人还在处理这件事
Yeah, well, he works pretty slow, don't he?
Maybe I'd better sell it somewhere else.
I wasn't saying that. I was...
If it's business, you should be talking...
why don't you, so somebody can sit down.
Yeah, let's talk business.
I'll get the chairs.
- why don't you entertain? - Hurry up.
- 你招呼… - 快点
- No, thank you. - No?
- 不了，谢谢 - 不要吗？
Mrs. Wilson, Nick Carraway.
I'm in bonds actually.
get on the next train.
Can we get the dog?
- For the apartment? - Whatever you want.
- 养只小狗吗？ - 你想要什么都行
Call your sister. She'll like him.
No, no, no. That's all right, thank you.
Catherine's said to be very good-looking by people who know.
Oh, really, I can't.
You wanna embarrass Myrtle?
Ain't we having a party?
now's a good time.
I'm just going. Actually, there are peop...
Oh, Chester, this must be the cousin.
- Oh, you are adorable. - Oh, thank you.
- 你真可爱 - 谢谢
Chester McKee. Pleasure to meet you.
- Nick Carraway. - Come on...
- 尼克卡洛威 - 怎么…
- don't you like me? - A plant.
- 你不喜欢我吗？ - 植物
Get everybody a drink before they fall asleep.
Torn, I'm just leaving now.
- I'm going. I've gotta get out of here. - Nonsense!
- 我要走了，我得离开 - 胡扯
Go on in there and talk to Catherine.
I'm not comfortable. Daisy's my cousin.
Listen, I know you like to watch. I remember that from college.
No, no, no, I don't make any judgment.
We have all summer.
Now, do you wanna sit on the sideline and watch, or do you wanna play ball?
- Ain't we good enough for you? - Come on!
- 我们不够好吗？ - 来嘛
He's gonna sit on the side and watch?
Or is he gonna play ball?
Take off your hat and stay a while.
Oh, hey, Nick. McKee...
- is in the artistic game. - Photography.
- 是搞艺术的 - 摄影
- Nick's artistic. - No.
- 尼克也是 - 没有
- No, no, no. - Really?
- 不 - 真的吗？
- I write a little, but... - Really?
- 我随便写点东西 - 真的？
Do you live on Long Island too?
- I live at West Egg. - I was there at a party...
- 我住在西卵 - 我上个月…
about a month ago. A man named Gatsbys. Do you know him?
I live right next door to him.
He's a cousin of Kaiser Wilhelm's.
- You know, the evil German king? - Really?
- 那个邪恶的德国皇帝 - 真的？
Take a picture of that.
Don't, I'm not one of those models.
You can if you want.
Neither of them can stand the person they're married to.
Doesn't she like Wilson either?
No, thanks, I feel just as good on nothing at all.
I get them from a doctor in Queens.
Oh, no. My nerves are fine, thanks.
I had been drunk just twice in my life.
And the second time was that afternoon.
That night, in the hidden...
flat that Torn kept for Myrtle...
we were buoyed by a sort of...
of the heart that burst...
thunderously upon us all.
And suddenly, I began...
This is better than the Yale Club.
windows must have contributed their share...
to the casual...
watcher in the street.
looking up and wondering.
Enchanted and repelled...
by the inexhaustible variety of life.
You have got no right...
Daisy, Daisy, Daisy!
- You got no right to speak her name! - I'll speak her name whenever...
- 不准你直呼她名字 - 我想叫就叫…
- Oh, my God, you are crazy! - You whore!
- 我的天啊，你疯了 - 你这娼妇
They're gonna arrest you!
I have no clue how I got home...
but I do know that I...
awoke with a distinctly...
that Gatsby was watching me.
was always watching me.
And how did you know that?
I got an invitation.
By which I mean no one except me...
ever received an actual invitation
You see, the rest of New York...
simply came uninvited.
The whole city packed into automobiles.
And all weekend, every weekend...
ended up at Gatsby's.
And I mean everyone...
from every walk of life...
from every corner...
this kaleidoscopic. ..
- through Gatsby's door. - Out of the way!
Sir, my invitation.
of billionaire playboy publishers and their blond nurses.
Heiresses comparing inheritances on Gatsby's beach.
My boss, Walter Chase, losing money at the roulette tables.
Gossip columnists alongside...
gangsters and governors exchanging telephone numbers.
high school defectors.
And Ewing Klipspringer, dubious descendent of Beethoven.
Do you know where I might find the host, Mr. Gatsby? I live next door.
I've never seen Mr. Gatsby.
I thought I might see you here.
- Hello. - I remembered...
- 嗨 - 我记得…
It's like an amusement park.
- Did you get an invitation? - People aren't...
- 你有收到邀请函吗？ - 没有人…
invited to Gatsby's.
Seems I'm the only one.
Who is this Gatsby?
- He was a German spy during the war. - Teddy Barton...
- 他在大战时是德国间谍 - 泰迪巴顿
No, no, no. He's the Kaiser's assassin.
I heard he killed a man once.
- True. - Kills for fun, free of charge.
- 没错 - 纯粹为了好玩，不收任何费用
He's certainly richer than God.
You don't really believe he killed a man, do you?
Let's go find him and you can ask him yourself.
Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome to the stage...
Either you're mine Or you're not
But you are mistaken!
You won't find him.
and everything in it...
of an elaborate disguise.
But Mr. Gatsby doesn't exist.
Phooey. I've met him.
Really? Which one?
I cannot find anyone...
who knows anything real about...
He gives large parties...
and I like large parties.
They're so intimate.
Small parties, there isn't any privacy.
But if that's true...
what's all this for?
That, my dear fellow...
A little party never killed
Right here, right now ls all we got
May I have this dance?
You penniless pantywaist.
A little party never killed
- Ladies and gentlemen... - Come on.
A jazz history of the world...
- Come on. Nick. - Look around you.
- 来啊，尼克 - 你醒醒吧
Rich girls don't marry poor boys.
Your face is familiar.
Weren't you in the Third Division during the war?
- Oh, yes, the 9th Battalion. - I was in the 7th.
- 对，我在第九营 - 我第七营
I knew you looked familiar. Having a good time, old sport?
The whole thing's incredible.
I live just next door.
He sent me an actual invitation. Seems I'm the only one.
I still haven't met Mr. Gatsby.
They say he's third cousin to the Kaiser and second cousin to the devil.
I'm afraid I haven't been a very good host...
His smile was one of those...
rare smiles that you may come across...
four or five times in life.
It seemed to understand...
you and believe in you just as you would like to be understood...
Sorry, old sport. I thought you knew.
Please just... I don't know what to say.
- Please forgive me. I've had... - It's quite all right.
- 请原谅我 - 没关系
- So much to drink. - Yes?
Chicago on the wire.
I'll be in in just a minute.
I'm taking my new hydroplane out in the morning.
Would you like to go with me?
The time that suits you.
Well, that's very kind of you.
Lovely to see you again, Miss Baker.
anything that you want...
just ask for it, old sport.
Excuse me. I will...
I expected him to be...
- Old and fat? - Yes.
- 又老又胖？ - 对
Young men don't just drift coolly out of nowhere...
and buy a palace on Long Island.
He told me once...
he was an Oxford man.
However, I don't believe it.
I don't know. I just don't believe he went there.
Miss Baker, Mr. Gatsby would like to speak to you.
I've just heard the most shocking thing.
Where have you been? The car's waiting.
Simply amazing. It all makes sense.
It all makes sense.
- What makes sense? - Everything!
- 什么说得通？ - 所有的事
Come on, this is crazy! We gotta...
- get out of here. - Here I am tantalizing you...
- 得走了 - 我才答应不说出去
when I swore I wouldn't tell.
Oh, Nick, I'm sorry, I swore.
I swore I wouldn't tell.
Sorry to keep her from you, old sport.
we're going up in that hydroplane tomorrow.
- Philadelphia on the phone. - Yes.
You run out of gas?
Nick! Come and see me!
We'll have tea next week.
I'm in the phone book.
Well, we rode in the hydroplane.
two more of his parties.
Even made use of his beach.
But you know, doctor, I realized...
that I knew absolutely nothing about Gatsby at all.
It's pretty, isn't it, old sport? Haven't you ever seen it before?
It's all a custom job.
We're going to lunch.
- Oh, well. - Yeah.
- 真好 - 对啊
Look here, old sport.
What is your opinion of me, anyhow?
I don't want you to get the wrong impression...
from all these bizarre accusations you must be hearing.
A pack of lies, I guarantee. You've heard the stories?
I will tell you God's truth. God's truth about myself.
I am the son of very wealthy people from the Middle West.
Sadly, all of them are dead.
I was brought up in America...
but educated at Oxford...
because all my ancestors...
have been educated there for years. It's a family tradition.
The way he spoke.
No wonder people thought he was lying.
After my family died, I ran into a great deal of money.
After that, I lived like a prince...
in all the capitals of Europe.
hunting big game...
painting a little, things for myself only. Trying to forget something sad...
Just when I thought...
it couldn't be any more fantastical...
- Then came the war, old sport. - He became...
- 然后大战开打了 - 他成为…
a war hero, single-handedly defeating the German army.
In the Argonne Forest, I took two machine gun detachments so far...
We were outnumbered 5 to 1.
There was a half a mile gap...
There wasn't a single German soldier left standing.
We stayed there two days and two nights.
Saw were piles of dead.
One hundred and thirty men with only 16 Lewis guns.
Every Allied government gave me a medal.
That's from Montenegro.
"Major Jay Gatsby for...
- "valor extraordinary." - Valor extraordinary. That's right.
- 之英勇勋章” - 英勇勋章，没错
And this is something I always carry with me, a souvenir of Oxford days.
That was taken in Trinity quad. The man on my left...
- is now the Earl of Doncaster. - What could I say?
- 现在的唐卡斯特伯爵 - 我能说什么？
The photograph was undoubtedly authentic.
Could it all be true?
Of course, you don't need to take my word for it, old sport.
At lunch, I'm going to introduce you to one of New York's most distinguished businessmen...
a Mr. Meyer Wolfshiem, my good friend.
He will confirm all I have told you...
- and vouch for my good character. - That's not necessary.
- 和担保我的人品 - 没这个必要吧
I thought you ought to know something about my life. I didn't want you to think I was...
I didn't want you to think I was some nobody.
You see, old sport, I'm going to make a very big request of you today.
Miss Baker will explain everything...
when you take her to tea.
Jordan? What's she got to do with it?
Well, I assure you...
it's nothing underhand.
Miss Baker's an honest sportswoman. She wouldn't do...
anything that wasn't all right.
- Pull over to the curb! - All right, old sport. All right.
- 停下 - 好的，老哥，没问题
I'll know you next time...
- Excuse me. - Thank you.
- 抱歉 - 谢谢
One of your old Oxford pals?
Well, I was able to do the commissioner a favor once.
He sends me a Christmas card every year.
I imagine he'll be at lunch too.
we reached the bridge, I was impossibly confused.
I didn't know what to think.
But the city seen from the Queensboro Bridge...
is always the city seen for the first time...
in its first wild promise of all the mystery...
and the beauty...
can happen now that we've slid over...
this bridge, I thought.
Even Gatsby could happen.
Meyer, Meyer, Meyer.
- Look at you! - Look at you.
- 看看你 - 看看你
Mr. Carraway, this is my good friend, Mr. Meyer Wolfshiem.
A wonderful pleasure...
- Mr. Carraway. - My pleasure.
- 卡洛威先生 - 幸会
I know all about you.
- I see. - Yes! Mr. Gatsby's...
- 是喔 - 对，盖兹比先生…
- always talking about you. - Really?
- 总是提到你 - 真的吗？
Join us for a little...
Hundred, hundred, hundred dollar bills
- Hands off! - Out! Out you go!
- 别碰我 - 滚出去
Tell Walter Chase he keeps his mouth shut...
or he doesn't get a penny.
- that later. - Highballs, Mr. Gatsby?
- 等下再谈 - 要来杯烈酒吗？盖兹比先生
- All right. - You take care of my friend.
- 好的 - 我的朋友也要
You see these fists?
He's the next heavyweight...
- champion. - Pay my respects to your boss.
- 冠军 - 代我向你老板问候
You're under arrest!
You be careful, now. You're turning into a real jazz hound, commissioner.
- That's the commissioner. - Mr. Gatsby...
- 后面那位就是警察总长 - 盖兹比先生
your table is ready.
- Gatsby! - Good to see you.
- 盖兹比 - 真高兴见到你
Yeah, that's fantastic.
You be careful at those tables now...
I'll put a bet on for you, Jay!
We'll have the lobster.
It's decorated with truffles and fine herbs.
how is the bond business, Mr. Carraway?
I understand you're looking for...
- a business connection. - No. No, no, no.
- 找关系做生意 - 不…
This isn't the man, Meyer.
This is the friend...
that I told you about.
If you'll excuse me, I have to make...
Any luck, senator?
From one of the finest families in the Midwest.
Sadly, all dead now.
When I first made the pleasure of Mr. Gatsby's acquaintance just after the war...
I knew I'd discovered a man of fine breeding.
Yes, I've heard of it.
Then you'd know that when it comes to married women... a man like this can be trusted.
with someone like you...
he'd never so much as look at your wife.
But you work on Wall Street, right?
Looking at my tiepin?
Finest specimen of human...
Everything all right?
We were just talking about other people's wives.
Other people's wives?
- Yes. - Really?
- 对 - 真的吗？
Well, my work here is done. I'm going to leave you gentlemen...
to talk about your sports and your women.
Other people's wives.
Who is he, anyhow?
No, no. He's a gambler.
He's the man who fixed the 1919 World Series.
Well, how'd he manage that?
Saw the opportunity, I suppose.
He's a very smart man.
Now, old sport, about Miss Baker and that request we spoke of.
Tom! Funny seeing you!
- How have you been? - Yeah.
- Good. - Nick, Daisy is furious...
- 很好 - 你没打电话来…
- that you haven't called. - Hey...
Mr. Gatsby, this is Mr. Buchanan.
It's a pleasure to make your acquaintance.
Never would have expected to find you in this temple...
- of virtue. - I was having lunch...
- 看到你 - 我跟盖兹比先生…
- Can I help you, sir? - Jordan Baker...
- 能效劳吗？先生 - 我找卓丹贝克
the famous sporting star? The golfer? I see.
I've spotted her. Thank you.
What game are you and Gatsby...
- The gentleman will be joining...? - Excuse me.
- 这位先生想要… - 抱歉
- Nick, please. - It's all rather...
- 尼克，拜托坐下 - 实在…
strange. He picks me up in his fancy car.
- Going on about... - Keep your...
- his life. - Voice down.
- 小声点 - 讲述生平
People can hear you.
this enormous request?
He wants you to invite Daisy to tea.
I don't quite know where to start.
You see, I didn't realize until the other night that...
Five years ago. In Louisville.
It was the day I got my new English golf shoes.
was by far the most popular girl with...
the officers from Camp Taylor.
in the car with her.
The way he looked at her is the way...
all girls want to be looked at.
tell me what happened.
Well, I don't know.
Gatsby was sent off...
When the war ended...
But for some unknown reason, Gatsby couldn't return.
A year later, Tom Buchanan of Chicago swept in and stole her away.
He gave her a string of pearls worth $350,000.
But the morning of the wedding...
- Daisy received a letter. - Tell them...
- 黛西收到一封信 - 请跟他们说…
Daisy's changed her mind!
- What is this? - Daisy, please!
- 怎么回事？ - 黛西，拜托你
- Hand it to me! - No!
- 给我 - 不要
Jordan, no one must know about this.
- What was in the letter? - I don't know.
- 信里写了什么？ - 我不知道
She wouldn't tell me.
But it was too late.
That day at 5:00, Daisy Fay...
married Tom Buchanan...
with more pomp and circumstance than Louisville had ever seen.
Congratulations, Mr. Buchanan!
After the honeymoon, I saw them in Santa Barbara.
Well, it was touching, really. I'd never seen a girl so in love with her husband.
A week later, Tom...
The girl with him was a chambermaid at the Santa Barbara Hotel.
It got into all the papers.
- It's a strange coincidence. - What is?
- 这真是奇怪的巧合 - 你指什么？
The fact that Gatsby's house is just across the bay.
It's no coincidence.
He bought that house to be near her.
He threw all those parties hoping she'd wander in one night.
He constantly asked about Daisy. I was just the first person that knew her.
All that for a girl he hasn't seen in five years.
And now he just wants me to invite her over to tea.
Kind of takes your breath...
- away, doesn't it? - Evening, sweethearts. Where are...
- 惊叹，对不对？ - 晚安，两位小朋友…
- Long Island, please. - And you think...
- 麻烦到长岛 - 你觉得…
I should. I mean, does Daisy want to see Gatsby?
She's absolutely not to know.
You're supposed to invite her over...
so he can happen to pass by.
I remember feeling torn.
Was it right to bring my cousin Daisy, a married woman...
together with a man I hardly knew?
When I returned home, Gatsby's was lit from tower to cellar...
as if for another wild party.
But there wasn't a sound.
- Thank you. - Have a good night.
- 谢谢你 - 晚安，先生
Your place looks like the World's Fair...
- Does it? - Yes.
- 是吗？ - 是
Well, I've just been glancing...
into some of the rooms. What do you say we...
go to Coney Island? We could take my car.
It's too late tonight.
We could take a plunge in the pool. I haven't made use of it all summer.
I'm going to call Daisy and...
- invite her to tea. - That's all right...
- 请她来喝茶 - 没问题，我…
- What day would suit you? - What day would suit you?
- 哪天方便呢？ - 随你方便
I don't want to put you to any trouble.
Day after tomorrow all right?
See, I'd want to get the grass cut.
Well, look here, old sport.
You don't make much money, do you?
- Not really. - If you'll forgive me...
- 不太多 - 恕我冒昧
You see, I happen to run a little business on the side. A sort of sideline.
You understand what I'm saying, right? You do sell bonds...
don't you, old sport?
- I'm trying to. - Right.
Well, happens to be a rather...
confidential sort of thing...
but you might make a nice bit of money.
- No, thank you. I have my hands full. - You wouldn't have to do...
- 不，谢了，我已经很忙了 - 你不必和渥夫斯罕…
any business with Wolfshiem, I assure you.
It's a favor, Jay. Just a favor.
Yes. Happy to do it.
- Favor? - Yes.
- 举手之劳 - 对
One of the papers says they thought the rain would stop about 4.
I think it was the... I think it was the Journal.
Just in to the right, gentlemen. To the right...
in the living room. Thank you.
Is everything all right?
The grass looks fine, if that's what you mean.
Have you got everything you need?
Perhaps more flowers.
I think they did a fine job, don't you?
You think it's too much?
I think it's what you want.
Don't be silly. It's two minutes to 4.
No one's coming to tea! It's too...
Is this absolutely where you live, my dearest one?
to come alone? Are you in love with me?
It's the secret of Carraway Castle.
- Tell your chauffeur to go far away. - Come back in an hour...
- 请你司机闪得越远越好 - 一小时后再来接我
I can't believe it.
You... Did you ransack a greenhouse?
He is in love with me.
What are you doing?
I'm certainly glad to see you again.
I'm certainly glad to see you, as well.
I'll have someone come repair this...
Sorry about the clock.
- That's an old clock. - Lovely, though.
- 那是个老钟 - 不过很可爱
- A lovely clock. - Yes.
- 可爱的老钟 - 对
We haven't met for many years.
Five years next November.
- Yes, thank you, old sport. - Thank you.
- 好的，谢谢你，老哥 - 亲爱的，谢谢你
- Lemon or sugar? - Neither.
- 要柠檬或糖吗？ - 都不要
Plain. Thank you.
I just have to pop...
- into town. - Town?
- 进城一下 - 进城
I'll be right back.
gotta speak to you.
- Yes. I'll be right back. - God.
- 好，我，马上就回来 - 老天
This was a mistake. This was a terrible, terrible mistake.
You're just embarrassed. Daisy's embarrassed too.
- She's embarrassed? - Yes.
- 她很尴尬？ - 对
Just as much as you are.
- Don't talk so loud. - Hey.
You're acting like a little boy. You're being rude. Daisy's...
in there all alone and you're...
Looking over my story so far...
I'm reminded that for the second time that summer...
I was guarding other people's secrets.
Once again, I was within...
It's stopped raining.
It has, hasn't it?
What do you think of that, Daisy?
Oh, Nicky. How funny.
Look, it's my house.
Just there across the bay.
I have the same view from my place.
Where's your place?
I want you and Daisy to come over to my house. I'd like to show her around.
You sure you want me to come?
Absolutely, old sport.
Ladner, open the gates.
I had the gates brought in from a castle in Normandy.
- It's so grand. - You like it?
- 好宏伟 - 你喜欢吗？
But how do you live here...
- all alone? - Well, I don't.
- 大房子 - 不是一个人
I keep it always full of interesting, celebrated people.
The house looks well, doesn't it?
See the way the whole front catches the light like that?
Oh, it's splendid.
Come on, you two. I want...
You must understand that I like all things that are modern. Presses the orange...
it all comes out there.
Anyone for a round of golf?
- You do know I'm a champion golfer? - Great!
- 你知道我是高球冠军，对吧 - 好极了
Remarkable little camera. Latest design.
I'll show you how it's done.
- Nick, keep filming. - All right.
- 尼克，继续拍 - 好
- She's gonna take a swing. - I'm ready.
- 她要挥杆了 - 我准备好了
I'm such a brute.
- You ready for your close-up? - I don't want to forget...
- 准备拍特写了吗？ - 我不想忘记…
- a single moment. - You're shimmering.
- 任何一刻 - 你在发光
She looks like she could be on the cover of Vogue.
Turn on the camera!
- Where did you go? - Slow down.
- 你跑哪去了？ - 慢点
- It's a custom Wurlitzer. - Can anyone...
- 这是订制的管风琴 - 有人…
Klipspringer can. Someone wake Ewing.
- Of course, sir. - Music!
- 遵命，先生 - 有了音乐…
And then we can dance...
- all night. - Ewing's a genius, plays anything.
- 跳舞 - 尤因是交响乐天才，什么都会
- Then I demand a Charleston. - She makes it look so splendid...
- 那我要点查尔斯顿舞曲 - 她让一切看起来光彩夺目
don't you think, old sport?
I have a man in England...
who buys me clothes.
I've never seen anything like it.
Something for the lady.
He sends over a selection at...
the beginning of each season.
- Jay! - These are flannel.
- 杰伊 - 这些是法兰绒
They're so beautiful!
- he's a madman! - I can't help you!
- 他疯了 - 我帮不了你
You're going to have to refold...
every single one of them.
You'll ruin them!
- Right here! - No!
- 接好 - 不要
Daisy, Daisy, darling, what is it?
Five lost years...
struggled on Daisy's lips.
But all she could manage was:
Because I've never seen such beautiful shirts before.
If it wasn't for the mist...
we could see the green light.
The one that burns all night...
at the end of your dock.
it had occurred to Gatsby that...
the colossal significance of that light...
had vanished forever.
Now it was once again...
just a green light on a dock.
And his count of enchanted objects had diminished by one.
- Your father? - Oh, no.
- 你父亲吗？ - 不
That's Mr. Dan Cody, old sport.
He used to be my best friend many years ago.
You never told me...
you had a pompadour. Or a yacht.
I wanna show you something.
These are a lot of clippings I collected.
You saved my letters.
This was my first...
- this letter here? - We can't lose each other...
- 这封信吗？ - 我们不能失去彼此
end in nothing. Come home.
I'll be here waiting and hoping...
long dream of you to come true.
- Sir, Slagle's in Detroit. - I can't talk now, old sport.
- 先生，史雷格到了底特律 - 我现在不方便说话，老哥
He must know what a small town is.
No, you listen to me. Listen to me.
I said a small town.
He must know what a small...
Listen to me, he's of no use to us if Detroit is his idea...
of a small town, you understand?
We'll chat later, old sport.
I wish I'd done everything on earth with you.
I wish it could always be like this.
If only it had been enough for Gatsby...
just to hold Daisy.
But he had a grand vision for his life and Daisy's part in it.
It wasn't until the end of that summer...
on the last night I saw Gatsby...
that he told me of the life he had dreamed for himself since...
You see, doctor...
Gatsby's real name was...
His parents were dirt-poor farmers from North Dakota.
But he never accepted them as his parents at all.
In his own imagination, he was a son of God...
Chasing this destiny, a 16-year-old Gatz ran far, far away.
One afternoon, off the coast of Lake Superior, he spotted a yacht in peril.
He rowed out and rescued the vessel...
and its captain, alcoholic millionaire Dan Cody.
You're gonna hit the shoal!
We're gonna hit the shoal!
What the hell are you doing...
- old sport? - This was...
- 老哥 - 这是…
his opportunity and he seized it.
right then and there to call myself Jay Gatsby.
He sailed the yacht out of danger...
and into his future.
Gatsby showed skill and ambition.
And for five years, they sailed the world.
GATSBY'. He was all right, old Dan.
He taught me everything.
How to dress, act and speak like a gentleman.
Gatsby. Jay Gatsby.
She looks well, doesn't she...
Gatsby hoped to inherit Cody's fortune.
- old sport? - But when Cody died...
- 老哥 - 但当寇迪去世时…
Gatsby was cheated of his inheritance by Cody's family.
He'd been left with the ability to play the gentleman...
but he was once again dirt-poor.
By midsummer, Gatsby was front page news.
Where did the money come from?
That's what all of New York...
And it was the same question on Tom's mind...
when he accompanied Daisy to one of Gatsby's glittering parties.
I'll be right back.
You know, a lot of these...
newly rich people are just...
- filthy bootleggers. - Not Gatsby.
- 低级的私酒商 - 盖兹比不是
He's a businessman. He owned a lot of drugstores.
May I introduce Senator Gulick? This is...
- Mr. Carraway. - Senator.
- 卡洛威先生 - 参议员
- Mrs. Buchanan. - Charmed.
- 布坎南夫人 - 深感荣幸
And Mr. Buchanan...
- No, not me. - Always a pleasure...
- 不，我才不是 - 久仰…
to meet a Buchanan.
- Likewise. - I'll catch up with you later.
- 彼此彼此 - 参议员，我们待会聊
- Perhaps at the craps table. - I'd rather not be the polo player.
- 或许在赌桌上见 - 我不喜欢被称为马球高手
Tom. You should be proud of your achievements.
May I show you around?
You must know the faces...
- of many people you've heard of! - Absolutely.
- 很多名人 - 绝对如此
We don't go around very much. I don't think I recognize...
- a single person. - Is that so?
- 半个熟面孔 - 是吗？
Perhaps you know that lady...
- right there. - It's Marlene Moon. I adore her pictures.
- 那位女士 - 那是玛琳伍德，我好爱她的电影
Would you like me to introduce you?
I'd really rather not be the polo player.
These things excite me so.
I believe we've met before, Mr. Buchanan.
About a month ago.
And you were with Nick here.
- At the barbershop. - No, thank you.
- 在理容院 - 不用，谢谢
See, I know your wife.
- Mr. Slagle is here. - Not now. Not now.
- 史雷格先生来了 - 现在不行
And Guitars with:
Would you mind terribly?
I think I can keep myself amused.
In case you need to take down any addresses.
Please move aside. Excuse me.
Another swell party, Jay.
Be careful for the snake charmer, Mr. McLennehan.
Is all this made entirely...
from your own imagination?
You see, you were there all along...
Of course, if anything is not to your liking...
From your perfect...
where the devil he met Daisy.
- I'll find you. - All right.
- 等下见 - 好
Coming through, please.
There's a man There's a man
Have you seen my wife?
It's funny, the senator just saw her down here.
I wish we could just run away.
Daisy, darling, that...
- That wouldn't be respectable. - You live...
- 那太不光彩了 - 你住…
around here, Nick?
GATSBY'. We're gonna live here...
it's time to tell Tom.
Good night, gentlemen.
I'll be looking for her.
Remember how much fun we had?
I don't know why we can't just have fun like that again.
We're having a row.
- What about? - About...
- 讨论什么？ - 关于…
the colored empires.
- He's wandering around the party looking... - Sir.
- 四处在找你 - 先生
It's Mr. Slagle. He's quite emotional.
Nick. Would you mind terribly?
to deal with a dispute of some sort.
but Gatsby was unable to return.
With these hot-headed types in here, I rely on you.
But you were not available. A scene was made.
What's going on with you, Jay?
With Nicky. Mr. Gatsby was showing us the grounds.
He certainly must have...
strained himself to get this menagerie together.
I'd like to know who he is and what he does.
And I think I'll make a point of finding out.
- I'm not sure. Ask them in the kitchen. - To the left.
we'll pile that stuff in the garage, it's going back to town.
there you are. Daisy just left.
She asked me to tell you...
she had a wonderful time.
No, she didn't like it. She did not have a good time.
away from her now.
It's so hard to make her understand.
You mean about the party?
I couldn't care less about the parties.
That'll be all for now, gentlemen.
- Thank you. - Thank you, sir.
- 谢谢 - 谢谢，先生
she has to tell Tom that she never loved him.
Then we can go back to Louisville to her parents' house.
Her parents are lovely people, old sport. We'll be...
See, Daisy and I are gonna start over just as if it were five years ago.
I wouldn't ask too much of her.
Wouldn't ask too much?
I beg your pardon, old sport. It's just...
It's so sad, because it's so hard to make her...
It's so hard to make her understand.
I've gotten all these things for her, and now she just wants to run away.
- to leave that. - Jay.
- 放弃这一切 - 杰伊
You can't repeat the past.
Can't repeat the past?
Why, of course you can.
I'm gonna fix things...
just the way they were before.
Everything's been so confused since then. I...
He talked a lot about the past...
as if he wanted to recover something.
If I could just get back to the start...
If I could just get back to the start...
I could find it again.
of himself that he had put into loving Daisy.
One night in Louisville, five years ago...
Gatsby found himself at Daisy's house by colossal accident.
"GATSBY". I went to her house first with some of the officers from Camp Taylor.
I'd never been in such a beautiful house.
May I save the next dance?
the truth that he was...
a penniless young man...
grand vision of himself.
- Daisy, don't scamper. - I was not, Mother.
- 黛西，别蹦蹦跳跳的 - 我没有，母亲
So many dashing young officers here.
And from such illustrious families.
GATSBY'. I always knew that I could climb.
But I could only climb...
his mind would never again be free to romp like...
That falling in love...
would change his destiny...
And then I just let myself go.
She blossomed for him like a flower...
and the incarnation was complete.
I knew it was a great mistake for a man like me to fall in love.
I'm only 32. I might still be a great man if I could forget that I once...
my life, old sport, my life...
My life has got to be like this.
It's got to keep going up.
She has to go to Tom...
and tell him that she never loved him.
I just need to give her more time, old sport.
Don't worry, old sport. Don't worry.
I can protect her here.
Good night, old sport.
You're wrong about the past, old sport.
There had been music from my neighbor's...
In his blue gardens, men and girls came and went like moths...
among the whisperings and the laughter and the stars.
Thank you, thank you.
No. The whisperings and the champagne and the stars.
after Tom and Daisy's visit...
Gatsby's lights went out one by one.
There were no more parties.
Daisy visited discreetly.
For the very same fame that had all summer...
been a source of satisfaction to Jay Gatsby...
had become a threat.
I don't wanna go home.
I hear you fired all your servants.
Daisy comes over sometimes in the afternoon.
I wanted people who wouldn't gossip until we decide what we're going to do.
You see, these towns...
are very close together, old sport...
and, well, it gets in the papers, you understand.
They're all people Wolfshiem wanted to do something for.
What's the difference as long as they can cook...
and make beds, right?
Daisy's ready. She's ready.
There's just one thing.
She's requested that you and Miss Baker be there for lunch tomorrow at her house.
Will you come, old sport?
Can you come, old sport?
You know, I read somewhere...
that the sun is getting hotter every year.
It's the opposite.
Sun is getting colder...
I would like to be out...
I'm right across from you.
at the end of your dock blinking.
You see, Mr. Buchanan...
I wanted to be close.
- Daisy and I have both... - It's so hot!
- 黛西和我都希望… - 热死人了
What'll we do this afternoon...
or the day after that, or for the next 30 years?
Let's go to town. Who wants to go to town?
Women get these...
You look so cool.
You always look so cool...
like the advertisement...
of the man in Times Square.
in the cool, beautiful shirts.
Gatsby that she loved him...
I'm perfectly willing.
It's a marvelous idea.
Henri! Have the car...
brought around now.
- 备好 - 就那样？
Can't anyone at least have...
- a cigarette first? - We smoked through lunch.
- 抽根烟吧？ - 午餐时抽很多了
Come on, let's have fun. It's too hot to fuss.
Daisy, it was your great idea.
Why don't we? Let's all go to town.
I changed my mind, you brute.
Come on. We'll get...
a great big room at the Plaza...
a bottle of whiskey...
and it will be fun.
It was your idea.
Fine. Have it your own way, Tom.
Will you join us, Mr. Gatsby?
Two bottles of whiskey. Wrap them in a towel.
would you be good enough to take...
my coupe, and I'll drive everyone else...
- in your circus wagon. - I don't think...
- 载其他人 - 我想…
there's much gas, old sport.
No, plenty of gas.
Well, if I run out, I'll stop...
at a drugstore. I hear you can...
buy anything at a drugstore nowadays.
You take Nick and Jordan.
I suppose you can...
- yes. - We'll meet you at the Plaza.
- 如此 - 我们在广场饭店见
I'll be the man on the corner...
smoking two cigarettes!
You must think I'm pretty dumb, don't you?
Well, I have a second sight sometimes that tells me what to do.
I've made a small investigation into this fellow.
And you found he was...
- an Oxford man? - Oxford, New Mexico.
- 牛津高材生？ - 是牛筋吧
He wears a pink suit, for chrissake.
Tom, we're almost out of gas.
What are you waiting for?
Let's have some gas!
Do I have to do it myself?
You think I come here to admire the view?
- I'm sorry, I'm sick. - Why?
- 对不起，我生病了 - 为什么？
- Why, what's the matter? - I don't know.
- 你哪里不对劲？ - 我也不知道
- real bad. - What?
- 用钱 - 什么？
My wife and I, we wanna go West.
Tom was feeling...
the hot whips of panic. His mistress...
an hour ago so secure...
were both slipping from his control.
I wised up to something...
funny these last two days.
Yeah, she's going West...
whether she wants to or not.
- $1.20. - You can have the car.
- 两毛钱 - 那辆车卖你
I'll send it over tomorrow!
Okay, fine, fine, fine.
Open another window.
There aren't any more.
Will you forget about the heat?
You make it worse by crabbing about it.
Why not let her alone, old sport?
That's a great expression...
of yours, isn't it?
- Where'd you pick it up? - See here.
- 你在哪学到的？ - 汤姆
If you're going to make personal remarks...
I won't stay here a minute.
I understand that you're an Oxford man.
No, not exactly, no.
Oh, yes, I understand that...
you went to Oxford.
- Well, yes, I went there. - Sure.
- 是的，我的确念过 - 当然
- The man in the pink suit went to Oxford. - Tom.
- 粉红西装男是牛津高材生 - 汤姆
I said I went there, didn't I?
I'd like to know when.
You'd like to know when.
Well, Mr. Gatsby?
It was in 1919. I only stayed there five months.
That's why I can't exactly call myself...
You see, it was an opportunity they gave to some of us officers...
who fought in the war.
I wanted to get up and slap...
Gatsby on the back.
I'll make you a drink, Tom.
- Then you won't seem so stupid to yourself. - Wait a minute.
- 这样你才不会看起来那么呆 - 等等
I want to ask Mr. Gatsby one more question.
Oh, please, please, go on, Mr. Buchanan. Go on.
What kind of a row are you trying to cause in my house anyhow?
He isn't causing a row, you're causing a row. Please have a little self-control.
the latest thing is to sit back...
and let Mr. Nobody From Nowhere...
make love to your wife.
Well, if that's the idea...
you can count me out.
See, nowadays people...
begin by sneering...
at family life and family institutions...
and the next you'll know, we'll...
throw everything overboard, we'll have intermarriage...
between black and white!
Your wife doesn't love you.
You see, she loves me.
No, you see, she never loved you.
She only married you because I was poor...
and she was tired of waiting. It was a terrible...
terrible mistake, but in her heart...
In her heart, she never loved...
- We should go. - Let's all go home.
- 我们该走了 - 我们都回家吧
- Sit down, Daisy! - Please.
- 坐下，黛西 - 拜托
Please, take a seat.
what's been going on?
- I want to hear about it. - I told you what's going on.
- 全告诉我 - 我已经告诉你什么事了
It's been going on for five years.
You've been seeing him...
No, no, no, not seeing. Not seeing, we couldn't. But...
both of us loved each other all that time. Didn't we?
I can't speak about...
what happened five years ago because I didn't know Daisy then.
And I'll be damned if I see how you got within a mile of her...
unless you brought the groceries to the back door.
But all the rest of that...
Daisy loved me...
when she married me...
- and she loves me now. - No.
- 而且她现在也爱我 - 不
- No. I'm sorry, Mr. Buchanan, no. - She does! She does, though.
- 我很抱歉，布坎南先生 - 她爱，她还是爱我
No, she does, though.
She does. And what's more, I love Daisy too.
I love you, Daisy.
Now, once in a while...
I go off on a spree. I always come back.
- A spree. - And in my heart I love her all the time.
- 打野食 - 但我心里始终爱着她
You know why we left...
Chicago? I'm surprised they didn't treat you...
to the story of that little spree!
That's all over now, Daisy, darling. That's all over.
Just tell him the truth. Go on.
That you never loved him and this will all be wiped out forever.
How could I love him...
- possibly? - Remember our plans.
- 会爱他 - 记住我们的计划
You tell him that you never loved him and all...
this pain will be wiped out...
I never loved him.
Not at Kapiolani?
Not that day I carried you down from the Punch Bowl to keep your shoes dry?
You want too much.
I love you now...
isn't that enough? I can't help...
I did love him once, but I loved you too.
You loved me too?
Even that is a lie!
She didn't know you were alive!
There are things between Daisy and me...
Gatsby, that you'll never know.
- Things that neither of us can ever forget. - I need to...
- 那些我们无法忘记的回忆 - 我想跟…
speak to Daisy alone.
You see, you've got her all excited now, don't you...
- old sport? Daisy. - Even alone...
- 老哥，黛西… - 就算单独谈…
I can't say I never loved Torn. It wouldn't be true.
- What? - Of course it wouldn't.
- 什么？ - 那当然是骗人
- As if it mattered to you. - Of course it matters!
- 你会在乎才怪 - 我当然在乎
I'm gonna take better care of you from now on.
You're not taking care of Daisy anymore. She's leaving you.
- I am, though! - No, no, no.
- 是真的 - 不不不
She is not leaving me.
for a common swindler...
Mr. Gatsby, exactly who are you, anyhow?
I made an investigation...
into your affairs. You're one...
of Meyer Wolfshiem's bunch.
Please, let's go home.
See, he and this Wolfshiem...
they bought up drugstores.
And sold bootlegged...
alcohol over the counter.
What about it, old sport?
Don't you call me "old sport."
And this drugstore business...
is just small change compared to this bonds stunt...
that you and Wolfshiem have got going.
Your friend Walter Chase...
- isn't too proud to come in? - I gave u..
- 也挺乐意加入的嘛 - 我想了…
How does a reputable banker...
like Walter Chase find himself...
up to his eyeballs in debt...
- I'll tell you. - to a little kike like Wolfshiem?
- It's called greed, old sport. - That's right!
- 人性本贪啊，老哥 - 没错
And you have half of Wall Street out there swilling your...
free booze at that fun park every weekend.
I'm surprised he hasn't tried to drag you in.
My God, he has.
He's got nothing to do with...
With your little racket.
Can't you see who this guy is...
with his house and his parties and his fancy clothes?
He is just a front...
for Wolfshiem, a gangster...
to get his claws into respectable folk like Walter Chase.
The only respectable thing about you, old sport, is your money.
Your money, that's it. Now I've just as much...
as you. That means we're equal.
We're all different from you.
You see, we were born...
It's in our blood...
and nothing that you do or say or steal...
or dream up can ever change that.
A girl like Daisy...
You shut up! Shut up!
Gatsby looked, in that moment...
My sincerest apologies.
That's right, Mr. Gatsby.
Show us some of those fine...
- Oxford manners. - Daisy, darling.
- 牛津风度 - 黛西，亲爱的
None of this has any consequence.
Daisy, talk to me, darling.
I just lost my temper, that's all.
He began talking...
excitedly, but with every word...
Daisy was drawing further and further into herself.
To go to your parents' house in Louisville.
Please, Tom, I can't...
Why don't you two start on home...
in Mr. Gatsby's car.
- Daisy, darling, look at me. - Go on.
- 黛西，看着我 - 去吧
He won't annoy you.
I think he realizes...
- that this little flirtation is over. - Daisy?!
You want any of this?
I just remembered...
today's my birthday.
Thirty. The promise of a decade of loneliness.
The formidable stroke of 30 died away...
as Gatsby and Daisy drove on through the cooling twilight...
Hey, where'd you get these from?
You might fool me, but you don't...
God sees everything!
Bad trouble up ahead, sir!
Good. Wilson'll have a little business at last.
Move back! Clear the space here!
Have a little respect!
If you don't have a legitimate reason to be in the building...
If you saw anything tonight you'd like to talk to me about, well, then you can...
talk to me outside.
I don't want you in here. Okay?
Please. Stand back. Please.
Make some room? Make some room back there!
If you have no business, clear out!
What are you doing? Sir!
Sir, I'm asking you...
I gotta ask you to step back, sir.
So, what happened?
She ran out in the road.
- Son of a bitch didn't even stop his car. - Hey.
I saw it. It was a yellow car.
A big yellow car.
Damn thing came out of nowhere.
Yeah. Yeah, a big yellow...
Duesy. Custom job.
You don't have to tell me what kind of car it was.
I know what kind of car it was.
- Just pull yourself together! - I know what kind of car it was!
- 振作起来 - 我知道那是什么车
He's upset! Everybody out!
Can't you see the man needs peace and quiet?
Wilson! I just got here from New York.
I was bringing you the coupé.
Sit down! Sit down.
Get him a drink. Get him a drink.
That yellow car wasn't mine!
You hear? I haven't...
- seen it all afternoon. - Hey!
- 都没看见它 - 喂
What color's your car?
We just got here from New York.
Who owns the yellow car?
A fella named Gatsby.
He's a crook, George.
Yes. Throws those parties the papers are always talking about.
Maybe he was the one that was fooling around with Myrtle.
that's why he killed her.
Guy like that, who knows?
He didn't have to kill her.
Something ought to be done about a fella like that.
He didn't even stop his car.
You gonna defend him now?
I'll telephone for a taxi, Nick.
Why don't you come inside and have some supper...
No, thanks. I'll wait outside.
What is the matter...
Won't you come in, Nick?
It's only half past 9.
No, I've had enough.
What are you doing?
You see any trouble out on the road?
- you ran down is dead, Jay. - I thought so.
- 被你撞死了，杰伊 - 我就知道
I told Daisy that I thought so.
Daisy? Do you hear yourself?
How could you do that?
Keep your voice down.
- but a goddamn coward! - Keep your voice down!
- 懦夫 - 小声点，老哥
Please. There was no point in stop...
No point'? No point? What about that woman?
No point. She was killed instantly.
Yes, it ripped her open! I was there! I saw her!
I understand! I understand! It was my fault.
It was my fault. This woman...
she rushed out at us as if she was trying to speak to us.
It all happened so quickly. She tried... I tried...
- to turn in time... - "She"?
- 方向盘… - 她？
You see, after we left New York, she was very nervous.
She thought that driving would steady her.
But this woman, she rushed...
It all happened so quickly.
It wasn't her fault...
No one must know that Daisy was driving.
Jay, you should go home and get some rest.
I'm going to wait here. I'm going to wait here all night...
- if necessary. - No, no, no.
- 都行 - 不
- That's not a good idea. - If he tries...
- 这不是个好主意，杰伊 - 要是他…
to bother her about that unpleasantness this afternoon...
If he tries to bother her...
If he tries any brutality on her whatsoever...
Torn won't touch her. He's not even thinking about her.
- I don't trust him. - All right.
- 我不信任他 - 好吧
I'll see if there's any commotion.
Thank you, old sport.
Listen, she was in the wrong, running out on the road.
Sweetheart, you have...
nothing to worry about.
Let me take care of things.
I'll make some calls.
Just go away, get out of town.
Get some rest. Don't worry.
It'll be all right.
- Everything all right? - Yes.
- 一切都好吧？ - 对
Everything's just fine.
Around 4:00, she came to the window.
She stood there, then...
Then she turned out the light, so...
Give me a hand, will you, old sport?
I should have told him what I had just seen, but...
all I could manage was:
You know, Jay, with everything that's happened...
you ought to go away.
Tonight. They'll trace your car.
Go away? No, I can't leave now.
Jay, do you understand that a woman has been killed?
Daisy's going to call in the morning.
Then we'll make plans to go away together.
- Yeah. - Daisy, she...
She just needs time to think things through. Herzog...
we're talking. Thank you.
She just needs time to think.
No, Jay. With Daisy...
She just needs time to think. She's going to call in the morning.
The sun's almost up.
That was the night he finally told me the truth.
You know, I've thought for a while...
I had a lot of things, but the truth is I'm empty.
I suppose that's why I make things up about myself.
But I've wanted to tell you the whole story for...
See, I grew up terribly, terribly poor, old sport.
- My folks were... - He revealed his humble beginnings...
his transformative voyage with Dan Cody...
the war, Oxford...
and how he joined Wolfshiem in the business.
It was also that night...
that I became aware of Gatsby's extraordinary gift for hope.
I can't describe how surprised I was to find out that I loved her.
And that she loved me too.
A gift that I have never found in any other person.
I never realized how extraordinary...
a nice girl could be.
And which it is not likely I shall ever find again.
I thought out my life with Daisy in it...
trying to figure out how we could marry and struggle along on so many dollars a month.
What was in the letter?
The reason why after the war I hadn't been able to return.
I asked her to wait until I made something of myself, but she was...
See, I felt married to her.
It was all for her.
The house, the parties.
God sees everything.
Mr. Gatsby, sir, excuse me.
Chicago calling, sir.
Keep it open for a personal call.
- A personal call? Of course. - Excuse me, sir.
Mr. Gatsby, I'm gonna drain the pool.
Before the leaves start falling in.
Not today, it's so beautiful.
You know, old sport, I haven't used that pool once all summer. Let's take a swim.
Have the phone brought down to the pool.
I have to go, Jay.
Well, I'll call you up.
Please do, old sport. Please do.
That Daisy will call too.
They're a rotten crowd.
You're worth the whole damn bunch put together.
I was always glad...
It was the only...
compliment I ever paid him.
Wall Street boomed its usual...
But I wasn't worth a decent stroke of work.
I waited for Gatsby to call with news.
While he waited...
I know Mr. Gatsby will be very happy that you've called.
Hello! Is everything all right?
Hello! Is everything all right?
I remember the rest of that day as an endless drill...
of police and photographers and tabloid reporters.
The headlines were a nightmare.
They pinned everything on Gatsby.
The affair with Myrtle. The hit-and-run. Everything.
And there was nothing I could say...
except the one unutterable fact that none of it was true.
Darling, Daddy's taking care of his two favorite girls.
Where are we going?
- We're going on a holiday. - We should go.
- 我们要去度假 - 该走了
May I speak to Mrs. Buchanan?
It's Mr. Carraway, her cousin.
is not available, Monsieur Carraway.
If you speak to her, tell her the funeral's tomorrow.
I'm sorry, monsieur, they have gone away.
Do you know when they'll be back?
They have already departed.
Please. I know that she would want to be there. She would...
If you would just get a message to her.
- Let me talk to her, please. - You wish to contact her?
- 请让我跟她说话，拜托你 - 你想联系她？
I have no further information, monsieur.
They were careless people, Tom and Daisy.
They smashed up things and people...
and then retreated back into their money and their...
Hey! Get out of here!
Get the hell out of here!
But not a single one of the sparkling hundreds that enjoyed his hospitality...
attended the funeral.
not even a flower.
I was all he had.
The only one who cared.
After Gatsby's death...
New York was haunted for me.
my once golden shimmering mirage...
now made me sick.
On my last night...
I returned to that huge...
incoherent house once more.
had cleaned it out.
"JORDAN". He threw all those parties...
hoping she'd wander in one night.
It's like an amusement park.
But how do you live here all alone?
She makes it look so splendid...
don't you think, old sport?
Music! And then we can...
Will you come, old sport?
I wish it could always be like this.
I remembered how we had all come to Gatsby's and guessed at his corruption...
while he stood before us...
an incorruptible dream.
It's perfect. From your perfect, irresistible imagination.
The moon rose higher.
And as I stood there, brooding on the old, unknown world...
I thought of Gatsby's wonder...
when he first picked out the green light at the end of Daisy's dock.
He had come such a long way.
And his dream must have seemed so close...
that he could hardly fail to grasp it.
But he did not know...
that it was already behind him.
Gatsby believed in the green light...
the orgastic future that year by year recedes...
It eluded us then, but that's no matter.
Tomorrow, we will run faster...
stretch out our arms farther...
and one fine morning...
boats against the current...