I'm sorry. I'm sorry.
Andrew Neiman, sir.
- Do you know who I am? - Yes, sir.
So you know I'm looking for players.
Then why did you stop playing?
Did I ask you to start playing again?
- Sorry, I... - I asked why you stopped playing,
-对不起 我 -我问你为什么不打了
and your version of answer was to turn into a wind-up monkey.
- Sorry, I thought... - Show me your rudiments.
-对不起 我以为 -让我看看基本功
No, double-time. Double it.
不对 双倍速度 双倍
- No Swedish Fish? - No, not today.
- You okay? - Yeah.
Yeah. Well, I don't know. He saw me play today.
Well, you got plenty of options still.
- What does that mean? - Just...
- Other options? - Just, you know...
Listen, when you get to be my age, you get perspective.
I don't want perspective.
I don't want the raisinets.
Why didn't you say that?
I just eat around them.
I don't understand you.
- Bye. I'll see you later. - Bye.
-再见 回头见 -再见
My man, Ry. Oh, shit.
伙计 瑞恩 我去
How you feeling, man?
- It's been too long. - Been too long.
Things were hurting with Neiman on the kits.
- What? - He's fine.
- If you say so. Good seeing you. - Yeah.
-随你吧 见到你很高兴 -是啊
- What's up, bro? - Hey.
- Good weekend? - Yeah, real good.
-周末愉快吗 -是啊 很不错
- Yeah? - Yeah. Lot of fun.
-是吗 -是啊 很有意思
Hey, don't worry about Greg. Kid's a dick.
- No big deal. - Good morning, everybody.
Good morning, everybody.
- Good morning. - All right.
Let's do "Billy Zane" from the top, yes? Yes?
- How's that? Good? - Little right.
One, two, three, unh...
一 二 三
All right, let's do reeds, yeah?
好了 从簧管开始 好吗
- Three. - Yo, Ryan.
-三 -瑞恩 瞧
- Not today. - Really big on the bottom.
Put some sugar on it.
You embarrass yourself like what's-his-face.
That was truly pathetic.
All right. All right.
That's enough of that. Just back to the core drums, please.
Core players, let's go.
Dude, what have you been practicing?
Down the line. Trumpets, bars seven and eight.
重新开始 小号 第七八小节
Trombone, bar 24. The end of two.
长号 第24小节 最后两拍
Tenor, let's start the pickup to 11.
Same spot. Three, four.
一样的小节 三 四
You're in the first chair. Let's see if it's because you're cute.
Drums. Let's hear a little double-time swing.
Bass, five bars of "Donna Lee."
No, no, no. Other drums.
Room B-16 tomorrow morning, 6:00 a.m. Don't be late.
All right, everybody, from the top.
好了 各位 从头开始
One, two, three, unh...
一 二 三
- Hey. - How are you?
- Good. How are you? - I'm good, thanks.
-还行 你呢 -还不错 谢谢
- Uh, the usual? You want...? - No.
-老样子吗 需要... -不
Look, I don't really know how...
I see you in here a lot,
and I think that you're really pretty and...
would you wanna go out with me... ever?
- Oh, my God. - Please get out.
- I'm so sorry. I'm so sorry. - I'm just messing with you.
-真抱歉 抱歉 -跟你开玩笑呢
- I'm messing with you. - What? Oh, my God.
-我跟你开玩笑呢 -什么 天哪
- That's actually pretty mean. - I'm sorry.
I didn't mean to hurt your feelings.
- What's your name? - It's okay. No big deal.
-你叫什么名字 -没事 不要紧
- Andrew. - Yeah.
- I'm Nicole. - Nice to meet you, Nicole.
-我叫妮可 -很高兴认识你 妮可
Nice to meet you too.
- So you wanna take me out. - I would love to take you out.
- Where do you wanna go? - Pizza.
- Pizza. - Yeah.
- I like pizza. - Yeah, I know this great pizza place.
Cool. Okay, well...
I get off at 7 on Monday.
- Okay. - You wanna meet here?
Okay. Yeah. I will.
Okay. Seven o'clock?
- Here. - At 7 p.m.
- Monday. Andrew. - All right.
-周一见 安德鲁 -好的
It's not that bad, man. She's a go-go dancer.
She could've did porn, she chose not to.
- That make it better? - Yeah, little bit.
-这样感觉好点吗 -是啊 一点点
- That's classier. - I can deal with that.
Bitch had a foot fetish or something.
- This is good. - You get on that?
No, you are fucking kidding me.
You the new alternate?
Yeah. I'm Andrew Neiman.
Tune the set to B-flat, then turn my pages during rehearsal.
Excuse me. Could I get a B-flat?
Sorry. Can you...? Just one more time?
I play the new cymbals now.
We got a squeaker today, people. Neiman.
Nineteen years old. Isn't he cute?
All right, gang, "Whiplash."
Barker, that is not your boyfriend's dick.
Now, this one really upsets me.
We have an out-of-tune player here.
Before I continue, would that player care to identify himself?
Okay, maybe a bug flew in my ear.
No. My ears are fine.
We definitely have an out-of-tune player.
Whoever it is, this is your last chance.
Now, either you are deliberately playing out of tune,
and sabotaging my band,
or you don't know you're out of tune,
which I'm afraid is even worse.
Tell me it's not you, Elmer Fudd.
Do you think you're out of tune?
There's no fucking Mars Bar down there.
What are you looking at?
Look up here. Look at me.
Do you think you're out of tune?
Then why the fuck didn't you say so?
I've carried your fat ass for too long.
I won't have you cost us a competition
because your mind's on a Happy Meal instead of on pitch.
Jackson, congratulations, you're fourth chair.
杰克逊 恭喜 你是四号乐手了
Metz, why are you still sitting there? Get the fuck out!
梅茨 你怎么还坐着 赶紧滚
For the record, Metz wasn't out of tune.
You were, Erickson.
But he didn't know,
and that's bad enough.
All right, take 10.
When we get back, the squeaker's on.
Two, two, three. Two, two, three.
If he put half the effort into playing the trombone...
- Parents musicians? - No.
- What do they do? - My dad's a writer.
What's he written?
I guess he's more of a teacher, really.
- College? - Pennington High School.
What about your mother, what does she do?
I don't know. She left when I was a baby.
So no musicians in the family?
You just gotta listen to the greats, then.
Buddy Rich, Jo Jones...
You know, Charlie Parker became "Bird"
because Jones threw a cymbal at his head.
See what I'm saying?
Listen, the key is to just relax.
Don't worry about the numbers.
Don't worry about what other guys are thinking.
You're here for a reason.
You believe that, right?
I'm here for a reason.
All right, man. Have fun.
好的 伙计 玩得开心
All right, gang, "Whiplash."
好了 大伙 《爆裂》
A little under tempo, okay?
Neiman, just do your best.
Let's hear some fills.
We got Buddy Rich here.
A little trouble there. Just pick it up at 17.
Not quite my tempo.
Downbeat on 18. Okay? Here we go.
18小节起拍 好吗 再来
Bar 17, the end of four.
Five, six, seven...
五 六 七
Not quite my tempo. It's all good.
No worries. Here we go.
Five, six, seven...
五 六 七
You're rushing. Here we go.
Five... Ready? Okay.
Dragging just a hair.
Five, six, seven...
五 六 七
Rushing. Five, six, and...
抢了 五 六
Dragging. Five, six, and...
拖了 五 六
Why do you suppose I just hurled a chair at your head, Neiman?
- I don't know. - Sure you do.
- The tempo? - Were you rushing or dragging?
- Start counting. - Five, six, seven...
-开始数 -五 六 七...
In four, damn it. Look at me.
数四拍 该死的 看着我
One, two, three, four.
一 二 三 四
One, two, three, four.
一 二 三 四
One, two, three...
一 二 三...
Now, was I rushing or was I dragging?
- I don't know. - Count again.
One, two, three, four.
一 二 三 四
One, two, three, four.
一 二 三 四
- One, two, three, four. - Rushing or dragging?
-一 二 三 四 -抢还是拖
- Rushing. - So you do know the difference.
If you deliberately sabotage my band,
I will fuck you like a pig.
Now, are you a rusher,
or are you a dragger,
or are you gonna be on my fucking time?
I'm gonna be on your time.
- What does that say? - "Quarter note equals 215."
- Count me a 215. - One, two, three, four.
-数给我看 -一 二 三 四
One, two, three, four.
一 二 三 四
Jesus fucking Christ.
I didn't know they allowed retards into Shaffer.
Am I to understand that you cannot read tempo?
- Can you even read fucking music? What's that? - Eighth note.
-你他妈识谱吗 这是什么 -八分音符
- Yes. What is that? - Dotted 16th note.
-对 这个呢 -附点十六分音符
Sight-read measure 101.
What, are you in a fucking a cappella group?
Play the goddamn kit.
Stop. Now answer my question.
Were you rushing or were you dragging?
- Answer! - Rushing.
Are you one of those single-tear people?
Do I look like a double fucking rainbow to you?
You must be upset.
- Are you upset? - No
No? So you just don't give a shit about this?
- I do give a shit. - So are you upset? Yes or fucking no?
-我在乎 -那你难过吗 难不难过
Yes, you are upset.
- Say it. - I'm upset.
Say it so the whole band can hear you.
- I'm upset. - Louder.
- I'm upset. - Louder!
You are a worthless, friendless, faggot-lipped littile piece of shit,
whose Mommy left Daddy
when she figured out he wasn't Eugene O'Neill,
and who's now weeping and slobbering all over my drum set
like a fucking 9-year-old girl.
So for the final father-fucking time, say it louder!
Start practicing harder, Neiman.
"Whiplash," Bar 125.
This place is nice.
Yeah. I really like the music that they play.
I mean, the food's good too, but...
No, the pizza's really good.
- What? - That's the name of the song.
Jackie Hill, July 17th, 1938.
Bob Ellis on the drums.
You know, every time I saw you at the theater,
your eyes were glued to the floor.
My dad says that I have... I have trouble making eye contact.
My parents like to criticize me too.
When I was growing up, my mom said I had a really big chin,
that's why guys wouldn't like me.
- Really? - Yeah.
Well, she said my dad cursed me with one.
It's like Jay Leno. Look.
- No, it's not. - Yeah, it is.
- I don't... I don't think so at all. - Well, that's nice.
Your chin's very nice. Very nice.
Your mom sounds insane.
Well, she did wanna be an actress when she was my age.
- What about you? - What about me?
I don't have a major yet.
- But, like, what do you want to study? - I don't really know.
So Fordham was just like a random school?
No, I applied to a bunch of schools, Fordham let me in.
不 我申请了好多所 福德姆录取了我
Why'd you pick Shaffer?
It's the best music school in the country.
Well, Fordham was Fordham.
I don't love it there, to be honest.
I don't know. I guess it's just the people.
I don't know if they like me very much.
I'm from Arizona, and I think they can see it.
- I feel the same about people at Shaffer. - Yeah?
Yeah. I don't think they like me too much.
But I don't... I don't...
I don't care too much. I think it just... It changes.
You know, people change and things work out.
No, no, I know, I know.
不 不 我懂 我懂
I feel really homesick sometimes.
It kind of pisses me off when people pretend like they're not.
In college, you know?
Maybe I'm literally the only one, I don't know.
I still go to the movies with my dad.
- Hey. How are you, man? - Good to see you.
And please, is this really Eva? Wow.
Last time I saw you, you were very tiny.
Are you playing an instrument yet?
She started piano last week.
When you're a big college kid, will you come play in my band?
Would you like that? Be my piano player?
Excellent. Give me five, baby.
- All right. Thanks. Great to see you. - Great seeing you.
- See you after the show. - Absolutely.
Listen up, Cocksuckers.
Hurry the fuck up. Get your music.
"Lrene" Only. Set one. Rhythm section out first.
Tanner, the kit is a fucking tonal catastrophe.
Get it in tune, all right?
Rhythm and soloists, bar 45.
We're gonna pick up the tempo, all right?
Bar 106, brass, do not forget we sharp that ninth.
106小节 铜管 九度音记得升调
Everybody remember, Lincoln Center and its ilk
use these competitions
to decide who they're interested in and who they're not.
I'm not gonna have my reputation in that department tarnished
by a bunch of limp-dick sour-note, flatter-than-their-girlfriends
flexible-tempo dipshits. Got it?
One more thing. Eugene, Give me that.
还有一件事 尤金 给我那个
If I ever find one of these lying around again,
I swear to fucking God, I will stop being so polite.
Get the fuck out of my sight before I demolish you.
Stage right, in order, now.
准备上台 排好队 马上
I can still fucking see you, Mini-Me!
Let's go. Hurry the fuck up. Let's go.
快点 赶紧 快点
The Shaffer Conservatory Studio Band.
Hold on to this for the second set.
He's dumb but he's not stupid.
At the end of the day, he wants a career, as dumb as he is.
As long as Fletcher is here,
Fudd never has a chance of getting put back in the band,
so why would he jeopardize that?
- I need to look at the music. - It's right here.
- Why isn't it on you? - Where's the folder?
- You're joking. You're fucking around? - No...
I swear I just had it here two seconds ago.
It's gotta be around here.
- Did you see...? - How could you be so stupid?
I know. Maybe a janitor came by or something.
- A janitor? - Yeah.
Find the fucking folder! A fucking janitor?
You're a dumb fuck! A dumb fuck!
- Find the folder! - Okay, I'm sorry.
-找到谱子 -好的 对不起
Jesus fucking Christ, where have you been?
- Uh, we have an issue. - Okay, now is not the time.
I gave Neiman the folder and Neiman lost it.
- Neiman lost it. - Yes, sir.
The folder was fucking your responsibility, Tanner.
Why would you give it to Neiman? Right?
Give a calculator to a retard, he's gonna turn on a TV with it.
- Get your sticks, get your ass on-stage. - I... I can't.
-拿好鼓槌 滚上台去 -我不行
I... I can't go on-stage. I don't know the charts by heart.
- Are you fucking kidding me? - I... You know this.
It's my memory, I need visual cues.
- Visual cues. - Yes. It's a medical condition.
-视觉提示 -对 这是种病理现象
A medical condition? What, are you Sanjay Gupta?
Play the goddamn music.
- I can't. - I can.
- You know "Whiplash" by heart? - Yes, sir. Every measure.
-你记得谱子吗 -是的 每个小节
Well, you better fucking hope your memory doesn't fail you.
And I hope you play it a lot better than you did last month's rehearsal.
because I do not intend to start losing now.
Get your sticks and get your ass on-stage. On-stage!
Hey. Don't fucking touch my folder, man.
Do not touch this kit.
All right, let's get to work, ladies.
好了 开工 女士们
Tanner, what you doing? It's core only.
坦纳 你来干什么 今天只有主力乐手
I don't have time for alternates.
"Cherokee." From the top.
Tanner, are you a fucking statue?
Let's go. Get off the stool.
Don't forget to turn Neiman's pages. Here we go.
One, two, three, four. Two,
一 二 三 四
two, three, four.
二 二 三 四
What did you do to your hand?
- Is that from drumming? - Yeah. It's nothing.
-打鼓弄的 -嗯 没事
So how's it going with the Studio Band?
Yeah, I think he likes me more now.
And his opinion means a lot to you, doesn't it?
Wanna grab the shakers?
You can barely chew this.
- He just laughs. - So how's the drumming going, Andy?
-他就会笑 -鼓打得怎么样 安迪
Yeah, it's going really well. I'm the new core drummer, so...
不错 我是新的主力鼓手 所以...
- Did you hear, Jim? - No, what happened?
-听说了吗 吉姆 -没有 怎么了
Trav got named this year's MVP.
That's fantastic, Travis.
Yeah, and Dustin is heading up Model UN,
soon to be Rhodes Scholar and who knows what else.
And Jim, teacher of the year.
Well, hey, listen...
I mean, come on. The talent at this table, that is stunning.
- And Andy, with your drumming. - It's going okay, Andy?
-还有安迪 会打鼓 -怎么样 安迪
Yeah, it's going really, really well, actually.
I'm part of Shaffer's top jazz orchestra,
which means it's the best in the country.
And I'm a core member
so I'll start playing in competitions. Actually I just...
I found out I'm the youngest person in the entire band.
How do you know who wins in a music competition?
Isn't it subjective?
- No. - Does the studio get you a job?
It's not an actual studio.
It's the name of the ensemble,
but it's a big step forward in my career.
I'm so glad you figured it out. It's a nasty business, I am sure.
Hey, are you gonna tell them about your game this week?
Living up to your title.
I scored a 93-yard touchdown.
School record, school record.
- Is that true? That's fantastic. - It's Division Three.
-真的吗 太棒了 -对手是丙级的
It's Carlton football.
It's not even Division Two, it's Division Three.
- You got any friends, Andy? - No.
-你有朋友吗 安迪 -没有
I don't know. I never saw the use.
Who are you gonna play with otherwise?
Lennon and McCartney they were school buddies, am I right?
Charlie Parker didn't know anybody
till Jo Jones threw a cymbal at his head.
So that's your idea of success?
I think being the greatest musician of the 20th century
is anybody's idea of success.
Dying broke and drunk and full of heroin at the age of 34
is not my idea of success.
I'd rather die drunk, broke at 34
and have people at dinner table talk about me,
than live to be rich and sober at 90
and nobody remember who I was.
But your friends will remember you, that's the point.
None of us were friends with Charlie Parker. That's the point.
Travis and Dustin,
they have plenty of friends and plenty of purpose.
I'm sure they'll make great school board presidents someday.
That's what this is all about? You think you're better than us?
Catch on quick. Are you in Model UN?
I got a reply for you, Andrew.
You think Carleton football is a joke?
Come play with us.
Four words you will never hear from the NFL.
- Who wants dessert? - Heard from Lincoln Center?
Okay guys, get out of here.
Pick up the new chart by the door on your way out.
Rehearsal 9 p.m. sharp tonight.
That's how long you have to learn it.
Neiman. Stick around a minute.
See the tempo marking on there?
Quarter note equals 330.
That is a double-time swing.
- That's what got you in here, right? - Oh, yeah.
-你就是凭这个进来的 对吧 -没错
As fate would have it, I recently stumbled across another kid
in the practice room working on his double-time swing.
So I'm gonna give him a shot.
- Am I late? - Perfect timing.
Come on in, Connolly.
- Uh, you two know each other, right? - Yeah, Nassau band.
-你们俩认识吧 -对 在拿骚乐队
What's up, Andrew?
Now Connolly, I've made Neiman a temporary core,
but with this competition coming up
I just wanna make very sure
this chart is in the best shape it can be.
Yeah, this one right here, right?
I gave Connolly the chart this morning.
All I wanna do now is give you both a crack at it, all right?
So, Neiman, go ahead, jump on the kit, take it from the top.
尼曼 你先来吧 从头开始打
I don't want you to worry about hits right now. Just tempo, okay?
先别在意鼓点 把节奏打对就行 好吗
Not quite my tempo. Connolly.
- I can take it from the top. - Connolly, go ahead.
-我可以再来一遍 -康诺利 你去吧
- I can do... - No. We'll go with Connolly now.
-我可以... -不用了 现在换康诺利打
Okay, man, ready?
- Perfect, Connolly. - Oh, my God.
-很棒 康诺利 -不是吧
See, this to me is the beauty of Studio Band.
You walk in here an alternate,
who knows when you could be the new core.
- Oh, my God, are you serious? - Thanks.
-天啊 你是认真的吗 -谢谢
Thanks, man. Here you go.
Don't worry about Fletcher. He's more bark than bite.
Hey, look, you... I can play these charts.
- Now is not the time, I swear to God. - I can play it, okay?
-不是时候 拜托了 -我能打的 好吗
I said not now!
If you want the fucking part, earn it.
I'm just gonna lay it out there.
This is why I don't think we should be together.
And I've thought about it a lot, and this is what's gonna happen.
I'm gonna keep pursuing what I'm pursuing.
Because I'm doing that,
it's gonna take up more and more of my time.
I'm not gonna be able to spend as much time with you.
And even when I do spend time with you,
I'm gonna be thinking about drumming.
I'm gonna be thinking about jazz music, my charts and all that.
Because of that, you're gonna start to resent me.
And you're gonna tell me to ease up on the drumming,
spend more time with you because you are not feeling important.
I'm not gonna be able to do that.
I'm just gonna start to resent you
for even asking me to stop drumming.
We're just gonna start to hate each other.
It's gonna get very...it's gonna be ugly.
And so for those reasons,
I'd rather just, you know, break it off clean.
Because I wanna be great.
I wanna be one of the greats.
And I would stop you from doing that?
You know I would stop you from doing that?
You know that for a fact?
And I'd barely see you anyway?
- Yeah. - And when I did see you, you'd treat me like shit
-是的 -就算见到你 你也会懒得鸟我
because I'm just some girl who doesn't know what she wants.
And you have a path, and you're going to be great,
And I'm gonna be forgotten,
and therefore you won't be able to give me the time of day
because you have bigger things to pursue.
That's exactly my point.
What the fuck is wrong with you?
You're right. We should not be dating.
Fucking piece of shit!
Fucking piece of shit! Come on!
Sorry, we have a new player. Ryan Connolly.
抱歉 我们有位新鼓手 瑞恩·康诺利
Guys, just put your instruments down for a minute.
Just listen for a minute.
I came across a kid in a practice room working on his scales.
He was early second year and
he'd started at Shaffer with a lot of hope.
Like all you guys.
But the truth was that he barely squeaked in to begin with,
and he was really struggling.
The faculty were all telling him,
"Maybe this isn't for you."
But they didn't see what I saw.
This scared, skinny kid
cursing himself because he couldn't get his scales right.
I saw a drive in him.
And I put him in Studio Band.
And when he graduated,
Marsalis made him third trumpet at Lincoln Center.
A year later, he was first.
That's who you're listening to now.
His name was Sean Casey.
I found out this morning that...
I wanted you guys to know he was a beautiful player.
I just thought you should know.
Let's get to work, huh? How about "Caravan," Bar 105?
Two bars for free.
It's not quite right, Connolly.
I'd like to try Neiman on this.
Maybe now's the time for Neiman to earn the part.
Nope, I guess not. Tanner?
不 恐怕不行 坦纳你来
Connolly, get your ass back on the kit.
We will stay here for as long as it takes
until one of you faggots can play in time.
Looks like that might be all night. Neiman.
Not my fucking tempo!
Sorry, guys. Hate to put you through this.
抱歉 各位 我也不想让你们忍受这些
If you need to fucking take a dump or get a coffee,
whatever, now might be a good time.
We're gonna stay until I
find a drummer who can fucking play in time.
I apologize to the musicians.
Seriously, take 10, 20, a fucking hour.
说真的 去休息十分钟二十分钟 一小时
You hear me, cocksuckers?
Better start shitting me perfect 400s.
Connolly, get your fucking ass back on the kit.
Is that really the fastest you can play,
you worthless Hymie fuck?
No wonder Mommy ran out on you. Get off the fucking kit.
And here comes Mr. Gay Pride of the Upper West Side himself.
Unfortunately this is not a Bette Midler concert.
We will not be serving cosmopolitan and baked Alaska,
so just play faster than you give hand jobs, will you please?
One, two, one, two.
一 二 一 二
Not even fucking close.
Let's go with the Irish mick fuking paddycracker now.
You know, you actually do look quite a bit like a leprechaun.
I'm gonna start calling you Flannery.
What the fuck are you looking for?
There's no pot of gold down there.
Adjusting the seat? Really?
That's been your fucking problem the whole time? The seat height?
So now you have it, right?
Bullshit! Fuck you!
to finally bring this home. What do you say?
Keep playing! Keep playing! Keep playing!
继续打 继续打 继续打
you earned the part.
Alternates, you wanna clean the blood off my drum set?
Okay, we can start now.
5 p.m. call tomorrow in Dunellen.
Give yourselves at least two hours
to get there from the city this time, all right?
Save your travel receipts.
Or don't. I don't give a shit.
Excuse me, do you know where the cabs are?
No, you gotta call the cabs.
I know, but they said the cab was supposed to be here.
No, you gotta call them. They're gonna take forever.
How do I get to Hargrove?
Hey. Come on. Please, come on. You're still open.
拜托 拜托了 还没关门呢
You're still open. Come on. Come on. Come on.
还没关门 拜托 拜托了
Neiman, where are you, man? Call time was 5.
尼曼 你他妈在哪儿呢 五点就该集合了
I know, I know. I'm almost there. I'm right there.
我知道 我就要到了 马上就到了
- We're on stage in 20. - I know we're on stage in 20.
- Fletcher's got Connolly warming up. - God fucking da... Okay.
You just tell that little fucking redhead I'll...
I'm gonna be there, okay? Fuck.
我会按时到的 好吗 操
Hey. Hey. Sorry I'm late.
Well, glad you could fit us into your busy schedule, darling.
I know. Look, I'm sorry I'm late, but I'm here. I'm ready to go.
Connolly's playing the part.
Like fucking hell he's playing my part.
What the fuck did you say to me?
It's my part and I decide who to lend it to.
Usually it's somebody that has fucking sticks.
I left them in the car. I'll be right back. Take me five minutes.
我忘在车上了 我马上回来 就五分钟
I'm warming up the band now.
Look, I can use Ryan's sticks...
Neiman, you lost the fucking part.
No, I didn't. Look, you can't fucking do this.
不 我没有 你他妈不能这么做
When did you become a fucking expert on what I can or cannot do,
you fucking weepy-willow shit sack?
I earned that part.
You never earned anything. You are a self-righteous prick.
The only reason you're a fucking core
is because you misplaced a folder.
Only reason you're in Studio Band to begin with
is because I told you what I'd be asking for in Nassau.
I'm in Studio Band because I'm the best...
Why don't you just back off, bro.
Hey, fuck off, Johnny Utah. Turn my pages, bitch.
滚开 强尼·犹他 你只配给我翻谱子
Hey. I can cut you any fucking time I want.
- You would've cut me by now. - Try me, you fucking weasel.
-那你早把我开了 -别激我 你个傻逼
5: 30, that's in exactly 11 minutes, my band is on-stage.
If your ass is not on that stool with your own sticks in hand,
or if you make one fucking mistake,
one, I will drum your ass back to Nassau
where you can turn pages until you graduate or fucking drop out.
By the time you're done at Shaffer,
you'll make Daddy look like a fucking success story.
Got it? Or we can let Johnny Utah play the part.
- You choose. - That's my part. I'll be on your stage.
-你选 -那是我的位置 我会上台的
- Fuck you. - You got 10 minutes,
you fucking pathetic, pansy-ass fruit fuck.
- Tell Fletcher I'm coming. - What's taking you so long?
We're moving on-stage right now.
I know. I got locked in my car. I'm coming.
我知道 我车锁出问题了 马上到
Left turn, 200 feet.
- Are you driving man? - No.
What the hell was that noise?
Okay, why don't you just tell Fletcher that I'm coming,
Are you okay? Are you okay?
- I gotta get my sticks. - No no no, stay away from the car.
-我得把鼓槌拿出来 -别别 离车远点
- I've called 911. - Look, I gotta go.
- No, no, sir. - A couple more blocks.
-不不 先生 -只有几个街区了
- Sir, no, you don't have to... - Please get off me.
-先生 你不必... -请你让开
Hey, guy. What the fuck happened to you?
The Shaffer Conservatory Studio Band.
Neiman, what the fuck?
Gentlemen, ladies, I apologize
on behalf of Shaffer Conservatory.
Piece of shit. I'll fucking kill you.
- Fuck you. - Get the...
- Get the fuck off me. Get off me. - Fuck off.
Fuck you, Fletcher! Fuck you!
操你 弗莱彻 操你
Get off. Fuck. Piece of shit!
When did you start talking to her?
Your father got in contact this week.
Does the name Sean Casey mean anything to you?
You know of his death?
Last month, he hanged himself in his apartment.
What does that have to do with me?
Sean suffered from anxiety and depression.
His mother claims this
started during his time as Fletcher's student.
Now, the Caseys aren't wealthy, they don't wanna file suit.
So, what do they want?
To make sure Terence Fletcher
is never allowed to do this to another student.
Hey, Dad, look at my paradiddle.
Yeah, that's my boy.
He didn't do anything.
What is wrong with you? It's over, okay?
你怎么了 都结束了 好吗
He's out of your life.
Why would you let him get away with what he did to you?
Would you characterize his conduct as extreme, Andrew?
Did he ever intentionally inflict emotional distress?
This would not be a public hearing, you know.
Fletcher would never know it was you who spoke up.
Why would you do this to me?
Do you think that I would let him put my son through hell
and then just walk away scot-free?
Don't you know I would never let that happen?
That there is nothing in the world more important to me than you?
Don't you know that?
Just tell me what to say.
I'd give anything to be there again this fall, wouldn't you?
Yes I like weddings, provided when they're not mine.
Marriages are very healthy, sir.
They said married men live much longer than bachelors.
That's true, they're only trying to outlive their wives
so they can be bachelors again.
Haven't you ever thought of getting married, sir?
Once in fact I did.
The young lady changed her mind at the last moment.
I've been deeply indebted to her ever since.
All right, and I loaded the pantry up with Gushers.
- Saw that. - Okay.
I don't know if you heard. Uh...
I'm not at Shaffer anymore.
Yeah, I did hear that.
Some parents got a kid from Sean Casey's year, I think,
to say some things about me.
Although why anybody would have anything
other than peaches and cream to say about me is a mystery.
- That's a good laugh, right? - I'm sorry.
- No, listen... I get it. - I'm sorry.
-没事 我知道 -抱歉
I know I made enemies.
I'm conducting a little, though.
They brought back the JVC Fest this year.
They got me opening in a couple of weeks with a pro band.
Yeah. It's all right.
Truth is, I don't think people understood
what it was I was doing at Shaffer.
I wasn't there to conduct.
Any fucking moron can wave his arms and keep people in tempo.
I was there to push people beyond what's expected of them.
I believe that is...
an absolute necessity.
Otherwise, we're depriving the world of the next Louis Armstrong.
The next Charlie Parker.
I told you the story about
how Charlie Parker became Charlie Parker, right?
- Jo Jones threw a cymbal at his head. - Exactly.
Parker's a young kid, pretty good on the sax.
Gets up to play at a cutting session, and he fucks it up.
And Jones nearly decapitates him for it.
And he's laughed off-stage.
Cries himself to sleep that night,
but the next morning, what does he do?
And he practices and he practices with one goal in mind,
never to be laughed at again.
And a year later, he goes back to the Reno
and he steps up on that stage,
and plays the best motherfucking solo the world has ever heard.
So imagine if Jones had just said:
"Well, that's okay, Charlie. That was all right. Good job."
"没事的查理 挺好 不错"
And then Charlie thinks to himself,
"Well, shit, I did do a pretty good job."
That, to me, is an absolute tragedy.
But that's just what the world wants now.
People wonder why jazz is dying.
I tell you, man, and every Starbucks "Jazz" Album
just proves my point, really.
There are no two words in the English language more harmful
But is there a line?
You know, maybe you go too far
and you discourage the next Charlie Parker
- from ever becoming Charlie Parker. - No, man, no.
-无法成为查理·帕克了 -不 不会
Because the next Charlie Parker would never be discouraged.
The truth is, Andrew...
I never really had a Charlie Parker.
I actually fucking tried.
And that's more than most people ever do.
And I will never apologize for how I tried.
Hey, Andrew. Listen, I have no idea how you're gonna take this,
but the band I'm leading for JVC, my drummer is not cutting it.
You understand what I'm saying?
I'm using the Studio Band playlist.
You know, "Caravan," "Whiplash."
I need somebody who really knows those charts.
What about Ryan Connolly?
All Connolly ever was to me was incentive for you.
- Tanner? - Tanner switched to premed.
I guess he got discouraged.
Take the weekend. Think about it.
- Hello? - Hey, Nicole, it's Andrew.
-喂 -妮可 我是安德鲁
It's been a while since I talked to you. Um...
I'm really sorry about everything.
I know that's not, you know,enough,
but I'm just really sorry. Um...
But anyway, I got... I actually have this show this weekend.
Like, a JVC thing. And I didn't know if maybe you'd wanna go,
and we, you know, maybe get some, like, pizza afterwards,
And, like, complain about our schools again.
What is...? You said Jayvees?
No, it's, heh, JVC.
It's like a... It's a jazz thing.
Well, I don't know if I can come.
I... I'll have to check with my boyfriend.
Yeah, I'll check, but I don't know.
好 我问问 但我说不好
I don't really think he likes jazz music.
Yeah, I mean, it's not for everybody.
Okay. Well, I guess maybe I'll see you guys there.
All right, gang, listen up.
Now, for those of you who are new at this,
which looks like everybody except Cal,
tonight could change your life.
The folks out there make a phone call,
you could be a Blue Note signee,
an EMC client, a Lincoln Center core.
if you drop the ball, you might be looking for a new line of work
because the other thing about these cats is they never forget.
All right. Let's have fun.
You think I'm fucking stupid?
- What? - I know it was you.
Thank you, ladies and gentlemen.
We're very excited to be here
kicking off the JVC Festival this year.
I'm Terence Fletcher,
these are some of the best musicians in New York,
which means they're some of the best musicians in the world.
We're gonna do some old standards for you,
but first we're gonna start out with a new tune
by Tim Simonec called "Upswingin'."
What the fuck you doing?
Yeah, I guess maybe you don't have it.
That was a little extra
avant-garde there from the rhythm section.
Come on, let's go home.
Now we're gonna slow it down a little bit.
I'm guessing most of you folks have heard...
I'm gonna gouge out your motherfucking eyes.
- Andrew, what are you doing, man? - I'll cue you.
-安德鲁 你在干什么 -我会给你提示