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The poet must die.

作者: 奥门金沙艺场4166  发布:2019-10-30

This feeling of unworthiness. You survive, and they don't.

Dearest,
I feel certain, that I'm going mad again.
I think we can't go through another of these terrible times
and I shan't recover this time.
I begin to hear voices
and can't concentrate.
So I'm doing what seems the best thing to do.
You have given me the greatest possible happiness.
You have been in every way all that anyone could be.
I know that I'm spoiling your life
and without me you could work
and you will.
I know.
You see I can't even write this properly.
What I want to say is that I owe all the happiness of my life to you.
You have been entirely patient with me
and incredibly good.
Everything is gone for me,
but the certainty of your goodness.
I can't go on spoiling your life any longer.
I don't think two people could have been happier than we have been.
Virginia.

Yes?
Clarissa? It's Louis.
Louis Waters. -Louis?
Oh my God, you're early.
Do you mind? Is it all right?
Oh, why should I mind?
I'm delighted! -Well, now!
I feel like I'm interrupting.
No, why?
I know the ceremony isn't until 5,
but I flew in this morning.
Well, Richard's going to be thrilled.
He'll be thrilled to see you!

与《雪花秘扇》有万变不离其宗之处,都在讲女人的人生与运气及独有女子之间技术相互通晓,互相欣慰,除此别的的那多个——哥们、孩子、食品、活动等等都像另三个社会风气的存在,“false comfort”。

"T H E H O U R S"

I got all stuff!
I'm going right out again.
My God, what a zoo!
Why do people have to talk about dry cleaning?
What is it there to talk about?
I bought you some flowers.
Where are you?
In here.
I got someone at work to cover me. I'll be with you all night.
Are you all right?
Sure.
I guess you saw Richard.
That's right.
Well, of course...
I bet he said: "Oh, by the way, honey, can I skip the party?"
Don't worry, he always shows up...
Oh, sure!
...in the end.
What?
Richard missing a chance to talk about his work?
I don't think so. He'll show up.
You did the seating?
I did.
I don't believe it - Louis Waters! Is Louis coming?!
Richard's Louis?
He is.
You put him next to me...
Why do I always have to sit next to the ex-es?
Is it some kind of hint, sweetheart?
Shouldn't the ex-es have table of their own,
where they can all "ex" together
I'm off.
Try not to pass out from excitement.
Clarissa, it's going to be beautiful.
Thank you.
You're welcome.
Why is everything wrong?
It didn't work!
Damn it!
It didn't work...
Hi, Scott.
Hi, Mrs. Barlow.

-All I want to do is give a party.
-And then?
-I know why he does that. He does that deliberately. He did it this morning. He gives me that look.
-What look?
-Just saying...your life is trivial. You are so trivial. Just daily stuff, schedules, parties, details. That's what he means. That's what he's saying.
-Mom, it only matters if you think it's true. Well, do you? Tell me.
-When I'm with him, I feel...Yes, I am living. When i'm not with him, yes, everything does seem sort of...silly. I don't mean with you. Never with you. It's all the rest of it.
-Sally?
-The rest of it. False comfort.
-Because?
-If you say to me when were you happiest...
-Mom...
-Tell me the moment you were the happiest.
-I know, I know. It was years ago. All you are saying is, you were once young.
-I remember one morning, getting up at dawn, there was such a sense of possibility. You know the feeling? I remember I was thinking to myself: so this is the beginning of happiness, this is where it starts, and there will always be more. It never occurred to me. It was not the beginning. It was happiness. It was the moment. Right then.

Mommy. Mommy.
Hey, hey there, Bug, what's wrong?
Hi, Mrs. Latch, sorry I'm late. - He's fine. He's been fine.
He's just happy to see you. -Oh, couldn't have been that bad, could it?
So you got a cut then? - Oh, yes, yes.
It looks great. - They didn't have to do very much.
Well, we had a fine time together.
Thank you very much.
So that wasn't too bad, was it?
I won't gone too long.
No, you weren't long. -That's right.
At one point...
I don't know...
There was a moment I thought I might be longer.
I changed my mind.
What is it, honey?
Mommy, I love you.
I love you too, baby.
What's wrong?
What?
Don't worry, honey, everything's fine.
We're gonna have a wonderful party.
We've made your daddy such a nice cake!
I love you, sweetheart.
You are my guy.
Mommy. Mommy.

She'll die.
She's going to die.
That's what's going to happen.
She'll kill herself.
She'll kill herself over something which doesn't seem to matter.

Dear Leonard, to look life in the face,always to look life in the face. To know what,for what it is. And last to know it,to love it for what it is. And then, to put it away. Leonard, always the years between us,always the years, always the love, always the hours.

Do you see breakfast lying around?
No, I don't see it.
Well, then I must have eaten it, mustn't I?
I suppose.
Does it matter?
Of course it matters.
You know what the doctors say.
Have you been skipping pills?
Of course, I can't take this.
Take what?
To be proud and brave...
in front of everybody.
Honey, it's not a performance.
Of course it is! I got the prize for my performance.
That is nonsense.
I got the prize for having AIDS and going nuts...
and being brave about it!
I actually got the prize for having come through! -It's not true.
For surviving! -It's not true!
That's what I won it for!
Do you think they would have given it to me if I were healthy?!
Yes, as a matter of fact I do!
Is it here somewhere?
What?
The prize?
I'd like to look at it.
No, you haven't gotten it yet.

Morning, doctor! -Mr. Woolf.
A little worse, I think. -I see.
My thing is to keep her where she is.
Good morning, Leonard.
Good morning, Virginia.
How was your sleep?
Uneventful.
Headaches? - No, no headaches.
Doctor seemed pleased.
It's all from this morning? -Yes.
This young man has submitted his manuscript.
I found three errors of fact and two spelling mistakes and I'm not yet on page four.
Had breakfast?
Yes.
Liar.
Virginia, it's not my insistence but the doctor's.
I'd better send Nelly up with some fruit in the parlour.
Right... lunch then.
Proper lunch, husband and wife sitting down together...
soup... pudding and all.
By force if necessary.
Leonard, I believe I may have the first sentence.
Work then.
Then you must eat.
Mrs. Dalloway said
she would buy the flowers herself.

Who is this party for?

Morning, doctor! -Mr. Woolf.
A little worse, I think. -I see.
My thing is to keep her where she is.
Good morning, Leonard.
Good morning, Virginia.
How was your sleep?
Uneventful.
Headaches? - No, no headaches.
Doctor seemed pleased.
It's all from this morning? -Yes.
This young man has submitted his manuscript.
I found three errors of fact and two spelling mistakes and I'm not yet on page four.
Had breakfast?
Yes.
Liar.
Virginia, it's not my insistence but the doctor's.
I'd better send Nelly up with some fruit in the parlour.
Right... lunch then.
Proper lunch, husband and wife sitting down together...
soup... pudding and all.
By force if necessary.
Leonard, I believe I may have the first sentence.
Work then.
Then you must eat.
Mrs. Dalloway said
she would buy the flowers herself.

Mrs. Dalloway.
It's you! -Yes.
It's me! It's me!
Come in.
Oh, Richard, is a beautiful morning!
We should let in a little more light.
Is it still morning?
Yes, it is.
Have I died?
Good morning, my dear.
Any visitors?
Yes.
Are they still here?
No, they've gone.
How do they look? -Today?
Sort of like black fire.
Sort of light and dark at the same time.
There was one that was as an electrified jellyfish.
It was singing.
May have been Greek.
So, the ceremony is at 5.
Do you remember?
And then...
the party is right after.
They did bring you breakfast, didn't they?
What a question...of course.
Richard, you did eat it?
Well, can you see it?
Is it here?

stay close.

Mrs. Dalloway said that she would buy the flowers herself.

Mommy. Mommy.
Hey, hey there, Bug, what's wrong?
Hi, Mrs. Latch, sorry I'm late. - He's fine. He's been fine.
He's just happy to see you. -Oh, couldn't have been that bad, could it?
So you got a cut then? - Oh, yes, yes.
It looks great. - They didn't have to do very much.
Well, we had a fine time together.
Thank you very much.
So that wasn't too bad, was it?
I won't gone too long.
No, you weren't long. -That's right.
At one point...
I don't know...
There was a moment I thought I might be longer.
I changed my mind.
What is it, honey?
Mommy, I love you.
I love you too, baby.
What's wrong?
What?
Don't worry, honey, everything's fine.
We're gonna have a wonderful party.
We've made your daddy such a nice cake!
I love you, sweetheart.
You are my guy.
Mommy. Mommy.

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I'm sorry, I know!
I tried to get earlier, I tried, OK? Don't start!
I know it's just incredibly busy
because it's your party.
Julia...
how have you been doing?
I'm fine.
Come here.
What have you been doing?
Well, studying, mom.
So...
what should I do, chairs?
No, let's clear off the desk first. We can take it to the bedroom.
I bumped into Louis Waters.
Oh, you did? Where? -In the street.
They're all here, aren't they? All the ghosts...
All the ghosts are assembling for the party!
He is... so weird.
Oh, what? You can't see that?
You can't see that Louis Waters is weird?
I can see that he's sad.
Mum, all your friends are sad.
You've been crying. What's happening?
All the day I looked around this room and thought
I'm giving a party...
all I wanna do is give a party!
And?
I know why he does it, he does it deliberately.
Oh, is this Richard! -Of course.
He did it this morning...
he gives me that look.
What look?
To say...
your life is trivial.
You...are so...trivial.
Just daily stuff, you know, schedules and parties, and...
details - that's what he means.
That is what he's saying.
Mum, it only matters if you think it's true.
Well? Do you? Tell me.
When I am with him, I feel
Yes, I am living...
and when I am not with him,
yes, everything does seem sort of...
silly.
I don't mean with you, right! God!
Never with you.
Just all the rest of it.
Sally?
The rest of it.
False comfort.
Because?
If you say to me when were you happiest. -Mum...
Tell me the moment you were happiest.
I know! I know, it was years ago.
Yeah.
All you're saying is...
you were once young.
I remember one morning...
getting up at dawn...
there was such a sense of possibility!
You know? That feeling?
And...and I remember thinking to myself:
"So this is the beginning of happiness..."
"This is where it starts!"
"And, of course, there'll always be more."
Never occurred to me
it wasn't the beginning,
It was happiness.
It was the moment...

What? What do you want?
Mr. Woolf, Mrs. Bell has arrived!
Not due till 4 o'clock.
I can't help that...
she is here!
You are a perfect angel...
Don't allow the boys make fun of you.
Fly away.
Virginia!
Leonard thinks it's the end of civilization.
people are invited at 4 ...
...and arrive at 2:30.
Oh, God!
Barbarians.
Well, we finished lunch sooner than we imagined.
I had to send to Nelly to London for sugar ginger.
Oh, Virginia.
You aren't so frightened of servants, are you?
Come on!
And how are you, sister?
Frantic, it's been ridiculous in London.
Ridiculous? How?
Busy.
Why is busy ridiculous?
I would've invited you to our party, but...
I knew you wouldn't come.
Did you? How did you know that?
I thought you never came to town.
That's because you no longer ask me.
Are you not forbidden to come?
Do the doctors not forbid it?
Oh, the doctors!
Do you not pay heed to your doctors?
Not when they are a bunch of contemptible Victorians!
So, what do you say? Are you feeling better?
Has this fastness made you stronger?
I'm saying, Vanessa, that even crazy people like to be asked.
Nessa, Nessa, Nessa...
Hello cherubs.
What have you got?
What have you found? - We found a bird.
Did you? Where did you find that?
I think he must have fallen from a tree.
Oh my Goodness! Just look at him.
We might be able to save him.
Save him?
I think you have to be careful, Quentin.
There's a time to die, and it may be the bird's time...
Let's pick some grass to make a grave.
Oh, Julian!
I'm just saying, he at least needs a bed to die on.
Come on, Nessa, let's make a grave!
Nessa, come on!
God, very well, I'm coming wait for me there!
Angelica, we'll be all right, stay where you are.
You're going too fast, ooh!
Do you think she'd like roses?
Is this a "she"?
Yes, the females are larger
and less colourful.
What happens when we die?
What happens?
We return to the place that we came from.
I don't remember where I came from.
Nor do I.
She's very small.
Yes...yes, that's one of the things that happen...
We look smaller.
But very peaceful.
Is it done? Have you finished?
Is the bird funeral complete?
Yes.
Well then, are we going to be denied altogether for coming so early?
No, of course not.
Come on, come on, boys, we'll have a cup of tea.
Oh, stop it, Julian!
Julian, come inside!

The poet will die. The visionary.

I'm gonna leave you at Mrs. Latch's.
I have to do something.
Mommy, I don't wanna go.
You have to, I'm sorry. I have something to do before daddy gets home.
Hello.
Hi, Mrs. Latch. My boy is not very happy.
Mommy, I don't wanna do this.
I have to go, honey.
Your mommy has things she has to do.
Come in, I got cookies!
So, baby...
You have to be brave now.
Don't worry. lt's gonna be fine.
Honey!
Come on, come on, darling!
Mommy! -Stop it!
No! Mommy! -Allright, you have to stop it!
Mommy, mommy, mommy...
Mommy, mommy, no!

It is tonight.
Are you sure?
I remember the ceremony perfectly.
I seem to have fallen out of time.
Richard.
Richard.
It is a party.

I'm terrified. Only I know she could disappear.

Mommy, mommy, there's someone at the door!
Hello?
Laura?
Hi, Laura, am I interrupting? -Of course not, come in.
Are you all right?
Why, sure!
Hi, RichieThe poet must die.。!
Sit down, I've got coffee on.
Would you like some?
Please.
Oh, look, you made a cake!
I know.
Didn't work.
I thought it was gonna work.
I thought it would be better than that.
Oh, Laura, I don't understand it why you find it so difficult!
I don't know either.
Everyone can make a cake - it's ridiculously easy.
I bet you didn't grease the pan.
I greased the pan.
All right.
You know, you have other virtues.
And Dan loves you so much he won't even notice.
Whatever you do, he's gonna say it's wonderful.
Well, it's true!
Does Ray have a birthday?
Sure he does!
When is it?
September.
We go to the country club.
We always go to the country club.
We drink martinis and spend the day with fifty people.
Ray's got a lot of friends.
Oh, he does...
You both have a lot of friends.
You are good at it.
How is Ray? I haven't seen him in a while.
Ray's fine.
These guys are something, aren't they?
Oh, yes, you can say that again.
They came home from the war... They deserved it, didn't they?
After all they've been through. -What...did they deserve?
I don't know...us I guess... all this.
Oh, you are reading a book. - Yeah.
What's this one about?
Well, it'a about...This woman is incredibly... Well, she's a hostess, and she's incredibly confident
and she's going to give a party. And maybe because she's confident, everyone thinks she's fine...
But she isn't.
So?
Kitty, what is it? Is there something wrong?
I have to go to the hospital for a couple of days.
Kitty...
I have some kind of...ghost in my uterus and...
we're gonna go in and take a look.
When?
This afternoon.
I need you to feed the dog.
Of course.
Is that what you came here to ask?
What did the doctors say exactly?
That's probably what the trouble's been
with not getting pregnant.
The thing is...
I mean, you know...
I've been very happy with Ray.
And now it turns out that there was a reason ...a reason I couldn't conceive.
You are lucky, Laura.
I don't think you can call yourself a woman until you're a mother.
And the joke is...
all my life I could do everything.
I mean, could do anything, really.
Except the one thing I wanted.
Yes. -That's all.
Oh, at least now you will be able to deal with it.
That's right.
That's what they're doing. - That's right... - I'm not worried.
No, it is not in your hands.
That's it...
It's in the hands of some physician I've never even met!
Some surgeon who probably drinks more martinis than Ray and...
Oh, Kitty!
God, I am so worried about Ray.
Come here. - I'm doing fine, really.
I know, I know you are.
I'm more worried about Ray, if anything isn't that good with this stuff.
Forget about Ray...just forget about Ray.
You were sweet.
You know the routine, right?
You have the can in the evening... and check the water now and then...
Ray'll feed him in the morning.
Kitty, you didn't mind?
What?
I didn't mind what?
Do you want me to drive you?
I think I'll be better if I drive myself.
Kitty, it's gonna be all right.
Of course it is.
Bye.

Mrs. Dalloway said that she would buy the flowers herself.

There was a lovely coat for Angelica at Harrods...
then nothing for the boys. It seems unfair. Only Angelica is favored.
Virginia?
Virginia.
Virginia!
What are you thinking about?
Are you still with us?
Your aunt is very lucky, Angelica.
She has two lives...
she has the life she's leading
and also of the book she's writing.
This makes her very fortunate indeed.
What were you thinking about?
I was going to kill my heroine.
But I've changed my mind.
I can't.
And then I'll have to kill someone else instead.
A fascinating visit.
We enjoyed it thoroughly.
You have to go already?
I wish you wouldn't go.
Oh, Virginia, the last thing you want is our noisyness!
My hopeless, clumsy boys!
Say goodbye, boys! -Bye! Bye!
You return to Walt? -Tonight.
To some insufferable dinner!
Not even you could envy it, Virginia.
But I do.
Say something, Nessa! Didn't you think I seemed better?!
Yes, Virginia, you seem better.
You think...
you think I may one day escape?
One day?!
Nessa... -Nessa! Come on!
Come, Angelica, we must go.
Bye.
Goodbye, little girl.
Angelica, the train.
We're gonna miss the train.
Hurry, big step!
Come on, come on, come on, I wanna go home!
We stayed too long - we'll miss the train.
Stay close.

You think so? - Of course.
What are we doing? We should go in...
Are you all right?
Yes. It's nothing.
It's just the party. - Oh, right.
Oh, wow, it's looking beautiful! - Thanks.
Are you still with...? - Yes, I am!
Still with her. Ten years.
It's crazy. -Why is it crazy?
No reason... Would you like something to drink?
Some water. - OK.
Are you still an editor?
Oh, sure. -For the same publisher?
Uhum. How's San Francisco?
Oh, it's one of those cities people tell you to like.
Richard said he thought you were happy up there.
Oh, great. This illness makes him psychic.
You have to prepare yourself, Louis. He is very changed...
I read the book. -Oh God.
Exactly! I thought you were meant to do more than just change people's names.
Well... -Isn't it meant to be fiction?
He even had you living on 10th street.
It isn't me. -Isn't it?
You know how Richard is... it's a fantasy.
A whole chapter on should she buy some nail polish
and then guess what - after 50 pages she doesn't.
The whole thing seems to go on for eternity; nothing happens
and then, wham! For no reason she kills herself.
His mother kills herself.
Yeah, sure, his mother, but still for no reason.
Well, I... -Out of the blue!
I know the book is tough, but I liked it. I know.
Only one thing upset me -
What's that? What upset you?
Well, that there wasn't more about you.
That's kind.
I went back to Wellfleet.
You did? -One day. I didn't tell to you?
No, but, then, I never see you.
You remember the house... it's still there.
I think you're courageous.
Courageous? Why?
To dare go visit...What I mean is, to face the fact
that we have lost those feelings forever.
Shit! -Clarissa?
I don't know what's happening. I'm sorry.
I seem to be in some strange sort of mood.
I'm sorry - it's very rude of me.
I seem to be unravelling.
I shouldn't have come. -No, it's not you, it's not you!
It's more like having a presentiment, do you know what I'm saying?
Oh, God, it's probably just nerves about the party.
You know...bad hostess.
Clarissa, what's happening?
Jesus! -What is it?
Do you want me to go? -No, don't go!
Don't go...explain to me why this is happening.
Don't! Don't touch me.
Jesus, is better if you don't.
It's just too much. You flying from San Francisco...
and I've been nursing Richard for years!
And all the time I held myself together
No problem. -I know.
One morning in Wellfleet... you were there
we were all there...
I was sleeping with him and I was out on the porch.
He came behind me and put his arm on my shoulder.
Good morning, Mrs. Dalloway.
From then on...I've been stuck.
Stuck?
With the name, I mean.
And now you walk in.
to see you walk in...'cause I never see you...look at you!
Anyway, it doesn't matter. It was you he stayed with...
And I had the summer.
The day I left him...
I got on a train and made my way across Europe.
I felt free for the first time in years.
So, tell me about San Francisco.
What's to tell?
They still teach drama to idiots.
They can't all be idiots.
In fact I shouldn't tell you this...
I've fallen in love.
Really? -Yes.
With a student. -With a student?
Exactly. I know...you think
Am I still up for this? All this intensity, all those arguments,
doors being slammed.
But, you know, what it's like.
Are you feeling better?
A little.
Thank you.
Do you think I am ridiculous?
Ridiculous?
Fortunate, too.

Yes?
Clarissa? It's Louis.
Louis Waters. -Louis?
Oh my God, you're early.
Do you mind? Is it all right?
Oh, why should I mind?
I'm delighted! -Well, now!
I feel like I'm interrupting.
No, why?
I know the ceremony isn't until 5,
but I flew in this morning.
Well, Richard's going to be thrilled.
He'll be thrilled to see you!

Mommy, mommy, there's someone at the door!
Hello?
Laura?
Hi, Laura, am I interrupting? -Of course not, come in.
Are you all right?
Why, sure!
Hi, Richie!
Sit down, I've got coffee on.
Would you like some?
Please.
Oh, look, you made a cake!
I know.
Didn't work.
I thought it was gonna work.
I thought it would be better than that.
Oh, Laura, I don't understand it why you find it so difficult!
I don't know either.
Everyone can make a cake - it's ridiculously easy.
I bet you didn't grease the pan.
I greased the pan.
All right.
You know, you have other virtues.
And Dan loves you so much he won't even notice.
Whatever you do, he's gonna say it's wonderful.
Well, it's true!
Does Ray have a birthday?
Sure he does!
When is it?
September.
We go to the country club.
We always go to the country club.
We drink martinis and spend the day with fifty people.
Ray's got a lot of friends.
Oh, he does...
You both have a lot of friends.
You are good at it.
How is Ray? I haven't seen him in a while.
Ray's fine.
These guys are something, aren't they?
Oh, yes, you can say that again.
They came home from the war... They deserved it, didn't they?
After all they've been through. -What...did they deserve?
I don't know...us I guess... all this.
Oh, you are reading a book. - Yeah.
What's this one about?
Well, it'a about...This woman is incredibly... Well, she's a hostess, and she's incredibly confident
and she's going to give a party. And maybe because she's confident, everyone thinks she's fine...
But she isn't.
So?
Kitty, what is it? Is there something wrong?
I have to go to the hospital for a couple of days.
Kitty...
I have some kind of...ghost in my uterus and...
we're gonna go in and take a look.
When?
This afternoon.
I need you to feed the dog.
Of course.
Is that what you came here to ask?
What did the doctors say exactly?
That's probably what the trouble's been
with not getting pregnant.
The thing is...
I mean, you know...
I've been very happy with Ray.
And now it turns out that there was a reason ...a reason I couldn't conceive.
You are lucky, Laura.
I don't think you can call yourself a woman until you're a mother.
And the joke is...
all my life I could do everything.
I mean, could do anything, really.
Except the one thing I wanted.
Yes. -That's all.
Oh, at least now you will be able to deal with it.
That's right.
That's what they're doing. - That's right... - I'm not worried.
No, it is not in your hands.
That's it...
It's in the hands of some physician I've never even met!
Some surgeon who probably drinks more martinis than Ray and...
Oh, Kitty!
God, I am so worried about Ray.
Come here. - I'm doing fine, really.
I know, I know you are.
I'm more worried about Ray, if anything isn't that good with this stuff.
Forget about Ray...just forget about Ray.
You were sweet.
You know the routine, right?
You have the can in the evening... and check the water now and then...
Ray'll feed him in the morning.
Kitty, you didn't mind?
What?
I didn't mind what?
Do you want me to drive you?
I think I'll be better if I drive myself.
Kitty, it's gonna be all right.
Of course it is.
Bye.

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