TITANIC A Screenplay By James Cameron by James Cameron
By James Cameron
Enormous A Screenplay by means of James Cameron КНИГИ, КУЛЬТУРА и ИСКУССТВО Автор: James Cameron Название: significant A Screenplay by way of James Cameron Издательство: James Cameron Год: 1996 Формат: PDF в RAR+3% Размер: 1,08 МБ Язык: английский Качество: отличноеВашему вниманию предлагается полный текст оригинального сценария знаменитого кинофильма Джеймса Камерона "Титаник".Данный сценарий может быть использован как дополнительный материал для изучения английского языка. eighty five
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Somthin’ like that teaches you to take life as it comes at you. To make each day count. Molly Brown raises her glass in a salute. MOLLY Well said, Jack. COLONEL GRACIE (raising his glass) Here, here. Rose raises her glass, looking at Jack. ROSE To making it count Ruth, annoyed that Jack has scored a point, presses him further. RUTH How is it you have the means to travel, Mr. Dawson? 61 JACK I work my way from place to place. Tramp steamers and such. I won my ticket on Titanic in a lucky hand at poker.
That's a swell place, they even have a rollercoaster. I sketched portraits there for ten cents a piece. ROSE A whole ten cents?! JACK (not getting it) Yeah; it was great money... I could make a dollar a day, sometimes. But only in summer. When it got cold, I decided to go to Paris and see what the real artists were doing 54 ROSE (looks at the dusk sky) Why can't I be like you, Jack> Just head out for the horizon whenever I like it. (turning to him) Say we'll go there, sometime... to that pier...
The boy's a hero then. Good for you son, well done! (to Cal) So it's all's well and back to our brandy, eh? Jack is uncuffed. Cal gets Rose to her feet and moving. CAL Let's get you in. You're freezing. Cal is leaving without a second thought for Jack. GRACIE (low) Ah.. perhaps a little something for the boy? CAL Oh, right. Mr. Lovejoy, A twenty should do it. ROSE Is that the going rate for saving the woman you love? CAL Rose is displeased. Mmm... what to do? 41 Cal turns back to Jack. He appraises him condescendingly..