Oh bloody useless. Just give me that
I suppose we should cover her.
Let's call an ambulance.
They're not a hurry I told they she was dead.
No eggs this morning?
I forgot to buy eggs.
What do the police think?
The sergeant doesn’t know.
It was not a murder. There are no marks on the body.
You had a good look then.
You can't keep your eyes off women.
Even when she's dead.
I think she fell on water.
So how do you explain she was half naked?
May be she was drunk.
May be she wandered on boats or something.
May be she was pregnant.
Don't worry, it's just the drink.
不要紧 李斯 大概因为喝多了
What do you think, Joe?
祖 老实说 你认为怎样
I think she went to the bridge fully dressed
to breath the warm night air.
Then she took off her jacket and put it on the ground.
And she unbuttoned her blouse.
And then she lifted up her brassieres.
And dropped it down on top of other clothes.
And she unbuttoned her skirt and slipped it down under her hips.
Then she undone her stockings
and hold them up so they blew in the breeze
before she let them flew off into the night.
And she shivered,
ask herself if she really wanted to do it.
She answered this question by kicking her clothes into the river.
Hurriedly she got off her garters and knickers.
There she be, standing on a petticoat,
thinking over what brought her to this.
And with petticoat below her.
She dropped into the river like a rose,
and float there for a moment,
What kind of women would do that?
Just an ordinary woman.
You are going to sit there all day drinking tea?
Sign here and don't dirt it.
You are the one who found the girl?
There are evil men in this town.
How come you get so little water?
Come on, Jim. This way.
There's a good pub in Leers.
We should go there for a game of darts.
Joe do you want a game of darts?
Sometimes. Just about the time.
You don't find anything more interesting to spend the time?
I can tell one or two thing but not in front of a kid.
Don't you laugh to yourself.
What're you laughing about, dad?
Don't kick me, Mum.
May be they'll say something in the evening newspapers about that body.
Do you think they'll write about us?
Myself and Joe picked up a body from the river this morning.
Possible. She had no clothes on.
-Was she cut? -Not a mark on her.
A body of a dead woman was found in the river Clay this morning.
The woman was wearing only a thin petticoat.
So far she was unidentified.
Police...You said she was naked.
The same thing, it was transparent.
Les, I've got a headache, I’m going back to the barge.
Another game of darts?
I'll give you a game.
He's found someone to play darts with.
He'll be here at least an hour.
We'll wake the boy.
Why don't we go up on deck?
I'm not going any further.
Police are investigating that woman.
There's a bit in the newspaper about this.
What makes you think of that?
You have done enough talking for one night.
That would not do good, would?
It's pity he's coming back.
It's pity he's coming back.
You hungry? I'll fry you an egg.
No, not now, Ella.
I'll take a cup of tea though.
You two are bloody quiet.
-Same as you, no? -What's up, Leslie?
He's lost money at darts again.
And he came back here to try to take out at me.
Listen woman...You shut your damned mouth, Leslie Gold!
You have no rights to yell at me.
I have never lost money at darts.
You in a hurry? The tea will be ready when it's ready.
You read that they wrote in the papers.
Pay no mention what it was.
I am not really interested in any of that.
Have you been swimming? I don't swim.
I don't have a swimming costume.
You are here on holiday?
I'm just free today.
Would you like to go with me for a walk, Cathie?
The boy is overboard, Ella. Help!
艾拉 孩子掉河了 艾拉
A funfair. Can we go there?
游乐场 爹 我们可以去吗
You can ask your mom.
May be we go there with Tim?
I've my work to do. You take him.
I'll stay aboard if you want to go.
I have no time. You go.
Stretch for your legs.
Let's make some money. Here we are.
You see, I always win.
Daddy know how that works, son.
You are touching the line, sorry.
Excuse me, I was not touching the line.
You touched the line.
What are you doing here?
I'm working here now.
Oh, sorry, sorry Bob. This is Joe Huggy.
忘了介绍 鲍勃 这位祖
He works with us couple of months.
-Good to meet you, Joe. -Me too.
-很高兴见到你 祖 -我也是
Me and Les, we used to work on the same boat.
-Never the same shipyard. -No
-That was good time? -Yes.
-那些日子好过瘾 对吗 -对
Bob, here is my son, Jim.
Game are closed.
I don't wanna go back to the barge.
Do you want to go to the picture? There are two of them in town.
-Do you want to go to the pictures? -Yae
Joe, do you want to go to the pictures?
No, no. I'll walk into town then go back to the barge
Let's make a run for it, Tim.
Go away, Joe. I don't want to see you.
祖 走开 我不想见你
Look what you've done.
What are you doing here?
I'm working here by the river.
Joe Taylor condescends to mix with the working class?
I don't take any pride in it.
I see you never made it to China.
Your flat is still there?
I've got a flat mate now.
I don't see her much.
You can find work more glamorous.
Just sort of have it, really.
you still at the office?
Nothing's really changed
What did you do with my stuffs?
I thought I would never see you again.
I'm scaling a little.
It'll get hot in an hour.
Joe, get some sacs of coal.
Back it in the back of truck, Joe.
Back of the truck, Sam?
Will you come to stay with me and aunt Elinen?
He'll be back in school again next week.
I have some surprise for you.
What should you say?
Thank you, uncle Sam.
Will you tell about the naked lady?
Yes, some pervert has done it.
Me and Joe found her.
-You're joking. -We called the police.
Will you stop talking about this?
All talk about it.
-Say bye to your dad. -Bye, dad.
-跟爸爸说再见 -爸 再见
Bye, son. Take care of yourself.
儿子 再见 好好照顾自己
You're sad about Tim?
He needs an education.
But when he goes away,
it breaks my heart.
I had a dream about you yesterday.
I don't think for months.
-I think you have gone away. -I had gone away.
I shed my own skin and hide in the frog.
Two months has gone.
Two months and you wanted me out of your life.
This isn't going to happen.
Is there anything you want me to do about it?
I just thought you should know who.
You could marry me and we'll make wonderful babies together.
Kid is not exactly I see it.
Why not, Joe? What are you afraid of?
干吗不像 祖 你怕什么
There's a kid in the barge
and I spent every moment I want to kick him out of the sight.
You don't have to be like that.
We'll work out intelligently.
It's not about us.
It's about what kids do to people.
Cathie, I am not someone you want to marry and you know that.
Have you been seeing anyone else?
It's your child, Joe.
That doesn't answer my question.
His name is Dan, he's a plumber.
He's nice but I'm not really interested in him.
He's married anyway.
-That's why you said it's mine. -It's true.
I have to get back to the barge.
Don't run away, we can sort it out together.
No, we can't. I'm not yours anymore.
That was not true. We were right in the fearless.
But Joe, what about the baby?
I'll send some money when I have some.
I looked after you for more than two years. I supported you. You owe me more...
Joe, do you want to get on?
No, see you at the next lock.
Daniel Gordon, plumber of 26 years old in Glasgow
高丹尼 水管工 住黑街26号
charged with murder of Catherine Dimly, a future actress.
Dimly's body was recovered 2 weeks ago
by two bargemen.
He'll be hang for sure.
Well, we're going to celebrate.
Not every day I'm mentioned in the papers.
I'm going for a beer. Do you want to come?
No, I'll finish this.
Serve yourself I see you later.
Les will be back in a minute.
Do you think he knows?
How long he's been out there?
He must come down and see us.
It depends on him really.
Why should depend on him?
Who the hell des he think he is.
He surveys the boat as if it prepared judgment.
It's just his way of knowing we're there.
Yes, he's done that.
You're just going to lie here?
There's no hurry. I finish my cigarette.
It just happened.
There's nothing personal against you.
I just kick you fucking head.
I won't fight you.
Les. Hit me if you think it'll make you feel better.
What do you think happens to my son when you are fucking my wife?
-It wasn't like that. -Like what, Joe?
Tell me what it was like.
Look, I'll get my stuff I leave you to sort it out with Ella.
This hard fucking barge!
So he'll write me a letter?
That's what he said.
Do you want a cup of tea?
Right, I'll do this one.
Look what we said before to each other, Joe.
Stop! I don't like it. Joe.
不 不要 我不喜欢这样摇
I can't swim. You know it. Stop!
I'm scared, I'm scared, bastard.
They've set the day for the trial.
I thought 4 he has.
Children. 4 kids.
Yes, so did I. It must be a mistake.
Push out the paper.
How? He killed an innocent woman.
You are not the judge. He didn't do it.
What makes you say it?
Not what they think.
She died without her clothes so it must be a murder?
Do you wanna know how I know it was an accident?
Joe, you're not interested in that?
got for my stuff.
How is Jim? You know where he is.
Go and see him yourself.
I thought he was coming stay with me and my mother for a while.
You want a cup of tea? You've got work to do.
They asked me as a witness at the trial.
One of us is enough.
I cannot tell them anymore anyway.
You'll say hello to the boy for me?
We need to find a lawyer.
To make things proper again.
Les said we have no future.
He said once the ration fuel stops, the truck will take over.
But that doesn't bother me.
I've spent my life on the barges.
When we save enough money, if you wish.
There is a nice bungalow at the quiet side of Edinburgh.
Wouldn't take long, would it, Joe?
I don't know, Ella I don't know about such things.
It will be easier when Jim's bigger, the three of us.
-All right. -Bastard!
Your wage. Tax deducted.
It's Sam, my sister's husband.
There has been un accident He felt out the lorry, he was killed.
It's about a week, I just got a letter.
I sent her a telegram saying we'll visit her.
I see you have a new boyfriend.
We're going to be married.
You have to excuse me not being dressed I was not expecting visitors.
Do you want a cup of tea? I'll help you.
Gwen will come to barge for a week or two.
Hope you don't mind, Joe?
Don't want to spoil your honeymoon.
That'll be good for him.
She doesn't drink. Can't understand people who don't drink.
If I don't drink in the morning I'll be drunk the whole day.
Not gin in lemonade,
Some people find it a bit odd but not me.
We should get a drink sometimes. Tonight?
We can tell Ella we go to the cinema.
There's one thing I hate that's going to the dentists.
You sure you don't mind, Ella? I want to go to the picture.
No, you go. Someone has to stay and look after the barge.
You enjoy yourself.
See you later, Ella.
Of course I'm sorry for Sam.
One did not want it to happen.
I didn't have time to think a lot though.
I have to forget it as soon as possible.
The bus killed him.
I thought he fell off the lorry.
Yes he did. Then the bus ran him over.
It's about time Ella will look after ourselves how she is doing.
One of your girlfriends?
You still carry her photo.
Yes, I don't know why.
I should have got rid of it long time ago.
Of cause you should. The dead can't count for himself.
We have better things to attend to.
Look at the mess you've made to me.
See you in the morning.
Leave me alone, Joe.
He killed her, as simple as that.
Have you finished your writing today?
I know you’re going to finish it.
You think it's easy?
I'm trying to do something different, don't you understand?
I'm trying something new.
No, I don't understand.
Why can't you write an ordinary book?
What other people can't understand.
For 8 months I'm been getting enough sitting in the lousy office.
And when I get home there is a drunker asleep.
What have you done today to earn enough money to eat?
-I made some custard. -You did what?
I worked whole day and you made some custard.
Yes it tricked me a good idea. So I made some.
It's over here, on the dresser.
Put it where you like Eat it yourself. Taste your custard.
I put a lot of effort in this custard and you're going to eat it.
No, you can't do it.
Oh I know I'm going to do it.
You...you are a bastard.
When's your birthday, Joe?
It's horoscope, I read it for you.
Elle's gone. Come and sit down.
What do you mean Ella's gone darts?
Elle's gone to see Les.
What you think you done?
Should have done it long time ago.
You are going anywhere?
No, I'm leaving looking for another job.
You're looking for somewhere to stay?
I'll find you a lodger.
I'm not going to stay for long. May be a month.
10 schillings a week. I'll introduce you to my wife.
You'll see her more than me.
You have to pay in advance.
Your room is there.
I see you in the morning.
Daddy! Daddy! Daddy!
爹地 爹地 爹地
I suppose you're our last lodger.
Get up, he'll be here soon.
There were the bargemen who found her body, isn't it?
The bargemen. Did you know them?
I knew one of them.
You have been in a trial?
No, I don't want to, either.
I was thinking I might go along to it.
Just to see what it like, you know.
Give me small something.
How do you describe your relationship with the deceased?
But I don't know I recently moved in so...
We were friendly rather than friends.
And what do you know her relationship with the accused?
I think she met him when he came to fix plumbing in the flat.
I only saw him once, so couldn't form an opinion.
But I know she was lonely.
Her last boyfriend recently has gone to China.
You should have been rich, Joe.
Then it might have been.
Will you write to me?
I'll send you a letter from China.
You are not going to China.
What are you sorry about?
We ran our course.
What you do that for?
I've no use for that.
Must be worth something, no?
I definitely saw him with her.
I recognize his face.
I could I see out, you know
No further questions.
I'd like to call Mr. Leslie Gold.
Can you please describe for us the circumstances
under which you found the body of the deceased?
We were with a cargo of coal to be delivered
and I saw a body bloating by and I fished it out, with Joe.
Was Miss Dimly dead when you...
fished her out of the water?
Yes, she was dead already.
Thank you. No further questions.
We have no further questions.
Thank you, you may step down.
You think he's guilty?
The murder is not proved yet.
They didn't prove that it was.
Women don’t get undressed for nothing.
That's not the point. So she had sex?
They'll hang him.
According to the examination of the deceased’s shoes,
it was found that they matched exactly those of the accused.
Also the fibers found on her finger nails
exactly matched the material of the accuser’s shirt.
There could be no mistakes.
The chances that they could belong to anyone else
with the evidence of sexual activities
and the main of reason
in my opinion there is overwhelming evidence
that the deceased had intimate contact with the accused
very shortly before her death.
Objection. These facts do not have any relevance for the jury.
I wasn't with her then. I swear I never went near the river.
Silence! Silence! Keep order.
Just answer the question, Mr. Gordon.
What was the question, sir?
What did you do after removing the deceased's clothes?
I never took her clothes off.
We just went for a walk together.
You were with her.
Were you aware that the deceased was pregnant?
No, it wasn't me. No.
-You new she was pregnant? -No.
You planed to get rid of her before your wife discovers your dark secret.
She invited you to her house as a tradesman.
She trusted you as a tradesman man.
You abused this position of trust.
You preyed on her loneliness.
I alone was with Catherine Dimly at the time she died.
The drowning was accidental. There was no murder.
I cannot identify myself without
the risk of finding myself in the same shoes as Mr. Gordon.
I made a mistake of not reporting the accident at the time
and I have that on my conscience.
If you condemn Mr. Gordon, you'll be condemning an innocent man.
Ladies and gentlemen, who speaks for you?
Have you reached a verdict?
-Yes. -What is your verdict?
We find the accused guilty as charged.
Is your verdict unanimous or by majority?
Would the accused please stand.
Mr. Gordon, do you have anything to say before the sentence is passed?
I swear to god I'm innocent.
Daniel, you got it.
-Silence! -You thought about the child?
Silence! Now clear the court.
M. Daniel Gordon, you have been found guilty
of the murder of Ms Catherine Dimly.
After taking in considerations,
and the circumstances of this case I have no choice
but to impose the maximum penalty.
I therefore sentence you to be hang by the neck until you are dead.
May God have mercy on your soul.
Take the prisoner out.
Ladies and gentlemen of the jury.
Thank you for your civil duty.