|00:03:34||Mod f x square dx.|
|00:03:40||So please finish Percival
by next time.|
|00:03:43||I know many of you had this as
undergraduates, but it won't hurt to brush up.|
|00:03:51||Thank you, Steven.|
|00:03:55||I also put an advanced Fourier system
on the main hallway chalkboard.|
|00:04:00||And I'm hoping that one of you might
prove it by the end of the semester.|
|00:04:02||Now, the person to do so
will not only be in my good graces...|
|00:04:05||but also go on to fame and fortune...|
|00:04:09||by having their accomplishment
recorded and their name printed...|
|00:04:12||in the auspicious M.I.T. Tech.|
|00:04:15||Former winners include Nobel laureates,
Field's medal winners...|
and lowly M.I.T. Professors.|
|00:04:23||Well, that's all.|
|00:04:25||If you have any questions,
I'm sure that Tom has the answers.|
|00:05:07||- Hi, Will.
- Kirsten, how you doing?|
|00:05:09||- I'm all right. How are you?
|00:05:11||- I didn't get on Cathy last night.
- Why not?|
|00:05:15||- I don't know. Cathy!
|00:05:18||Why didn't you give me none of that nasty
little hoochie-woochie you usually throw at me?|
|00:05:22||Oh, fuck you and your Irish curse,
|00:05:26||Like I'd waste my energy spreadin'
my legs for that Tootsie Roll dick?|
|00:05:30||- So go home and give it a tug yourself.
- Tootsie Roll!|
|00:05:35||She's missin' a tooth, Will.|
|00:05:38||She's got skin problems.
|00:05:42||Plus, it's like 5-to-2, Morgan ends
up marryin' her, you know what I mean?|
|00:05:44||There's only so many times you can bang
your friend's future wife.|
Where you goin'?|
|00:05:50||- I'm gonna take off.
- Fuck you, you're takin' off. It's like, what, 10:00?|
|00:06:01||She don't know.
There ain't no Irish curse.|
- Stop brushing me back.|
|00:07:14||Stop crowding the plate!
Which one will it be?|
|00:07:21||You're gonna get charged,
you know that.|
|00:07:23||You think I'm afraid of you, you big
fuck? You're crowdin' the fuckin' plate.|
|00:07:27||Hey, uh, Casey's bouncin' up a bar, uh, at
Harvard next week. We should go up there.|
|00:07:32||- What are we gonna do up there?
- I don't know.|
|00:07:34||We'll fuck up some smart kids.
You'll probably fit right in.|
|00:07:40||Ow! Fuckin' punk!|
|00:07:43||- Oh, what's up? You still tough?
- Come on!|
|00:07:46||- You want this?
- Ah, come on, come on. That's it.|
|00:07:50||I'd hold you forever here|
|00:07:56||In my arms|
|00:07:59||- Professor Lambeau?
|00:08:01||I'm in your applied theories class. We're
all up at the math and science building.|
|00:08:05||Come here. It's Saturday!|
|00:08:09||Unless you want to have a drink
with me tonight.|
|00:08:11||Maybe. We just couldn't wait
until Monday to find out.|
|00:08:15||- Find out what?
- Who proved the theorem.|
|00:08:40||This is correct.
Who did this?|
- It wasn't me.|
- No way.|
|00:08:53||- Come on, Joey Mac!
- Billy, McNamara's up.|
|00:08:56||Come on, kid!|
|00:08:59||- Joey, dig it out of there. Dig it out!
- I love the pitch!|
|00:09:01||Lay it down, Mac. That's how to do it!
Attaboy! Take two, Mac, take two!|
|00:09:06||- Nice hit.
- Taylor, you're up.|
|00:09:08||Hey, Morgan, who's the girl with
the striped pants? She's got a nice ass.|
|00:09:12||- Yeah, that's a real nice ass.
- Who's the guy she's with?|
|00:09:15||It's that fuckin' guinea. I hate
that little bitch. Will knows him.|
|00:09:19||- You know him?
- Yeah, fuckin' Carmine Scarpaglia.|
|00:09:21||That kid used to beat the shit out of me
|00:09:23||- That guy?
Let's get some food.|
|00:09:29||Oh, what, Morgan,
you're not gonna go talk to her?|
|00:09:33||- I could go for a Whopper.
- Let's go to Kelly's.|
|00:09:36||Morgan, I'm not goin' to Kelly's
just 'cause you like the take-out girl.|
|00:09:39||- It's 15 minutes out of our way.
- What the fuck are we gonna do? We can't spare 15 minutes?|
|00:09:52||Chuck I had a double burger|
|00:09:55||Would you shut the fuck up?
I know what you ordered. I was there.|
|00:09:58||- So give me my fuckin' sandwich.
- What do you mean, your sandwich? I bought it.|
|00:10:01||Morgan, how much money you got on you?|
|00:10:03||I said I'd get change when I get the snow
cone. I said that before when we pulled up.|
|00:10:07||Why don't you just gimme my sandwich
and stop bein' a prick?|
|00:10:09||All right, well, give me your fuckin' 16 cents that you
got on you now. We'll put your fuckin' sandwich on layaway.|
|00:10:14||Here we go. Keep it right up here
for ya. We'll put you on a programme.|
|00:10:18||Every day you come in with your six cents.
At the end of the week, you get your sandwich.|
|00:10:21||- Are you gonna be an asshole?
- What am I, fuckin' sandwich welfare?|
|00:10:25||I think you should establish
a good line of credit.|
|00:10:27||Like how you bought your couch:
|00:10:30||Remember how your mother brought
in ten dollars every day for a year?|
|00:10:33||She finally got her couch
|00:10:35||- Can I have my food now, please?
- Here's your fuckin' double burger.|
- Hey, hold up, Chuck.|
|00:10:43||- Slow it down.
- Who do we got?|
|00:10:45||- I don't know yet.
- Hey, douche bag!|
|00:10:48||- Yeah, you, you skank face!
- Shut the fuck up!|
|00:10:51||- Let's get outta here. - What are
you worried about? - Come on, Will.|
|00:10:54||Why don't you lick my love stick?|
|00:10:56||We just seen the guy 15 minutes ago at the park.
If we was gonna fight him, we should fight him then.|
|00:11:00||- We got snacks now.
- Shut up, Morgan, you're goin'.|
|00:11:03||- I'm not goin'. - So
don't go. - I am not goin'!|
|00:11:05||Fuckin' go, Morgan.|
|00:11:07||Let me tell you somethin'. If you're not out there in
two fuckin' seconds, when I'm done with them, you're next.|
|00:11:12||Carmine, it's me. It's me, Will.
Remember? We went to kindergarten together.|
|00:11:16||Way down the street
there's a light in his place|
|00:11:21||He opens the door
He's got that look on his face|
|00:11:30||- Fuckin', let's go, man!
- Step on his fuckin' head.|
|00:11:34||Get his ass on the ground.
Stop that motherfucker.|
- Come on!|
|00:12:01||Will! Will, come on! Come on.|
|00:12:05||Will, come on.
Let's go, let's go.|
|00:12:09||- Easy, brother, easy.
- Hey, fellas, thanks for comin' out.|
|00:12:13||- Come here.
- Whoa, whoa!|
|00:12:31||Ls this just my imagination,
or has my class grown considerably?|
|00:12:37||Well, by no stretch of my imagination do I
believe you've all come here to hear me lecture.|
|00:12:41||Or rather, to ascertain the identity
of the mystery math magician.|
|00:12:46||So without further adieu, come forward,
silent rogue, and receive thy prize.|
|00:13:02||Well, I'm sorry to disappoint
my spectators, but...|
|00:13:06||it seems there will be
no unmasking here today.|
|00:13:09||However, um, my colleagues and I
|00:13:12||and there is a problem
on the board right now...|
|00:13:16||that took us more than two years
|00:13:19||So let this be said:
The gauntlet has been thrown down...|
|00:13:22||but the faculty have answered
and answered with vigour.|
- When's the arraignment?|
|00:14:10||- Sorry. - What are
you doing? - Sorry.|
|00:14:15||That's people's work.
You can't graffiti here.|
|00:14:17||- Don't you walk away from me!
- Hey, fuck you!|
|00:14:20||Oh, you're a clever one.
What's your name?|
|00:14:46||Oh, my God.|
|00:15:11||Will, how retarded do you gotta be
to get fired from that job?|
|00:15:15||I mean, how hard is it to push
a motherfuckin' broom around the room?|
|00:15:17||Mitch, you got fired from pushin'
a fuckin' broom.|
|00:15:20||I got fired 'cause management
|00:15:22||Yeah, restructuring the amount
of retards they had workin' for 'em.|
|00:15:25||Shut up. You get canned
more than tuna, bitch.|
|00:15:27||- At least I got a motherfuckin' job right now, don't I?
|00:15:31||- Why did you get fired, Will? Come on.
- Uh, management was restructuring.|
|00:15:36||- My uncle could probably get you on a demo team.
- Can he do that?|
|00:15:39||- You kiddin' me? I asked you yesterday if I could get a job.
- And I told you "no" yesterday.|
|00:15:44||- What's up, Case? - What's
up, Case? - What's up, Big Case?|
|00:15:49||Let's sit over here.|
|00:15:59||Oh, this is,
this is a Harvard bar, huh?|
|00:16:02||I thought there'd be, like,
equations and shit on the walls.|
|00:16:07||I will take a pitcher
of the finest lager in the house.|
|00:16:17||Time-out. I'm gonna have to bust a little move
on them Harvard hotties down there at the bar.|
|00:16:22||- Work some magic.
- Get some potion for us.|
|00:16:42||- Oh, hello.
- Oh, hello.|
|00:16:44||- Hi, how are ya?
|00:16:46||- So, do you ladies, uh...
- Come here often?|
|00:16:48||Do I come here? I come here a bit. I'm
here, uh, uh, you know, from time to time.|
|00:16:53||- Do you go to school here?
|00:16:56||- Yeah. That's it. Yes, I think I had a class with you.
- Oh, yeah?|
|00:17:00||- What class?
- Yes, I think that's what it was.|
|00:17:05||You don't necessarily... May not
remember me. You know, I like it here.|
|00:17:09||It doesn't mean 'cause I go here,
I'm a genius.|
|00:17:11||- I am very smart.
|00:17:12||- Hey! How's it goin'? How are ya?
- Good. How ya doin'?|
|00:17:15||- You wanna...
- What, uh... What class did you, did you say that was?|
- History. Yeah.|
|00:17:19||Just history? Lt must've been
a survey course then, huh?|
|00:17:23||- Yeah, it was. It was surveys.
|00:17:25||You should check it out. It's
a good course. It'd be a good class.|
|00:17:28||How'd you like that course?|
|00:17:29||You know, frankly, I found the class,
you know, rather, uh, elementary.|
|00:17:34||Elementary. You know,
I don't doubt that it was.|
- I, uh, I remember that class.|
|00:17:40||It was, um, it was
just between recess and lunch.|
|00:17:44||Clark, why don't you go away?|
|00:17:46||- Why don't you relax?
- Why don't you go just away?|
|00:17:48||I'm just having fun with my new friend.
|00:17:50||- What, we gonna have a problem?
- No, no, no, no, no. There's no problem here.|
|00:17:54||I was just hoping you might give me
some insight into the evolution...|
|00:17:58||of the market economy
in the southern colonies.|
|00:18:01||My contention is that, uh,
prior to the Revolutionary War...|
|00:18:05||the economic modalities,
especially in the southern colonies...|
|00:18:09||could most aptly be characterized as...|
|00:18:12||- agrarian precapitalist.
- Let me tell you something. All right?|
|00:18:14||Of course that's your contention.
You're a first-year grad student.|
|00:18:16||You just got finished readin' some
Marxian historian, Pete Garrison, probably.|
|00:18:20||You're gonna be convinced of that till
next month when you get to James Lemon.|
|00:18:23||Then you're gonna be talkin' about how the
economies of Virginia and Pennsylvania...|
|00:18:26||were entrepreneurial and capitalist
way back in 1740.|
|00:18:29||That's gonna last until next year. You're
gonna be in here regurgitatin' Gordon Wood...|
|00:18:33||talkin' about, you know,
the prerevolutionary utopia...|
|00:18:36||and the capital-forming effects
of military mobilization.|
|00:18:40||Well, as a matter of fact, I won't, because
Wood drastically underestimates the impact of...|
|00:18:44||"Wood drastically, Wood drastically
underestimates the impact of social distinctions...|
|00:18:48||predicated upon wealth,
especially inherited wealth"?|
|00:18:51||You got that from Vickers'
Work in Essex County. Page 98, right?|
|00:18:55||Yeah, I read that, too. Were you gonna
plagiarize the whole thing for us?|
|00:18:58||Do you have any thoughts, uh,
of your own on this matter?|
|00:19:02||Or do you... Is that your thing?
You come into a bar.|
|00:19:04||You read some obscure passage and then
pretend... You, You pawn it off as your own...|
|00:19:08||As your own idea just to impress
some girls? Embarrass my friend?|
|00:19:13||See, the sad thing about a guy like you is, in 50 years
you're gonna start doin' some thinkin' on your own.|
|00:19:17||And you're gonna come up with the fact
that there are two certainties in life.|
|00:19:19||One: Don't do that.|
|00:19:22||And two: You dropped 150 grand
on a fuckin' education...|
|00:19:25||you could've got for $1.50
in late charges at the public library.|
|00:19:30||Yeah, but I will have a degree...|
|00:19:33||and you'll be servin' my kids fries at a
drive through on our way to a skiing trip.|
|00:19:38||Yeah, maybe. Yeah, but at least
I won't be unoriginal.|
|00:19:43||But I mean, if you have a problem with that, I mean,
we could just step outside. We could figure it out.|
|00:19:47||No, man, there's no problem.
|00:19:52||- It's cool?
- Yeah. - Cool.|
|00:19:54||- Fuckin' damn right, it's cool.
- How do you like me now?|
|00:20:00||My boy's wicked smart.|
|00:20:04||I just spent three minutes in this
fuckin' place, and run into a barney, huh?|
|00:20:08||Well, there it is.
Hello, nice to meet ya.|
|00:20:11||They were fine, man. I was gonna...
We was gonna close the deal...|
|00:20:14||but then Chuck, uh,
Billy insulted one of 'em...|
|00:20:18||and the heavyset girl said that I even had a
receding hairline, and I was a few pounds overweight.|
|00:20:21||And I was like, "Go fuck yourself. "|
|00:20:25||I swallowed a bug.|
|00:20:30||- You're an idiot.
|00:20:33||You're an idiot. I've been sitting over there for
45 minutes waiting for you to come and talk to me.|
|00:20:37||But I'm tired now,
and I have to go home.|
|00:20:40||And I, I couldn't sit there any more
waiting for you.|
|00:20:43||- Wh... I'm Will.
- Oh, and by the way...|
|00:20:46||that guy over there,
Michael Bolton clone...|
|00:20:50||he wasn't sitting with us,
so to speak.|
|00:20:52||Yeah, I know.
I kinda got that impression.|
Well, I've got to go.|
|00:20:57||Gotta get up early and waste some
more money on my overpriced education.|
|00:21:01||- No, I didn't mean you. I...
- Ah, that's all right.|
|00:21:04||There's my number. So maybe we can
go out for coffee sometime.|
|00:21:08||All right, yeah. May-Maybe we can just
get together and eat a bunch of caramels.|
|00:21:12||- What do you mean?
- When you think about it, it's as arbitrary as drinkin' coffee.|
|00:21:16||Oh. Yeah. Okay.|
|00:21:18||- Uh, right, then.
- Come on.|
|00:21:28||- Yo! - Fuck you, bitch!
- Hey, fuck you the same.|
|00:21:31||- There goes them fuckin' barneys right now with their skiin' trip.
- Hold up. Hold up.|
|00:21:35||I should've beat that old bitch's ass.|
|00:21:45||Do you like apples?|
|00:21:52||Well, I got her number!
How do you like them apples?|
|00:21:59||We arrived tonight|
|00:22:04||The miles were over me|
|00:22:11||I turned off the light|
|00:22:17||So, come on, night|
|00:22:25||Everyone is gone|
|00:22:31||Home to oblivion|
|00:22:35||So come on|
|00:22:41||So come on by|
|00:22:53||Excuse me. Is this the Buildings
and Grounds office?|
|00:22:57||Yeah. What can I do for you?|
|00:23:00||I just need the name of a student
who works here.|
|00:23:02||- No students work for me.
- Well, could you please check?|
|00:23:04||I have this guy who works
in my building. He's about this high.|
|00:23:07||- Which one is your building?
|00:23:09||Two. Building two.|
|00:23:18||- Look, if anything was stolen, I should know about it.
- No, no, no. It's nothing like that.|
|00:23:20||I just need his name.|
|00:23:22||I can't give you his name
unless you have a complaint.|
|00:23:25||- This is Professor Lambeau.
- And this is Professor Hayes.|
|00:23:33||This is important. Please.|
|00:23:37||Willy didn't show up for work today.|
|00:23:41||Got this job through his P.O.
You can call him.|
- Yeah. Parole officer.|
|00:23:58||There is a lengthy legal precedent,
Your Honour, going back to 1789...|
|00:24:03||whereby a defendant can claim self-defense
against an agent of the government...|
|00:24:07||if that act is deemed a defence against
tyranny, a defence of liberty.|
|00:24:11||Your Honour, Henry Ward Beecher, in Proverbs from
the Plymouth Pulpit, 1887, said, and I quote...|
|00:24:16||- 1887? This is the 20th century, Your Honour.
- Excuse me. Excuse me.|
|00:24:18||- He's gonna make a mockery of the courtroom.
- I am afforded the right...|
|00:24:20||to speak in my own defence, sir, by
the Constitution of the United States.|
|00:24:24||- This is the same document which guarantees my liberty.
- Don't tell me about the Constitution of the United States.|
|00:24:27||And liberty, in case you've forgotten,
is a souI's right to breathe.|
|00:24:30||And when it cannot take a long breath,
laws are girded too tight.|
|00:24:32||- Without liberty, man is a syncope.
- Man is a what?|
|00:24:35||- Ibid., Your Honour.
- Son, my turn.|
|00:24:38||I've been sitting here for ten minutes
now lookin' over this rap sheet of yours.|
|00:24:43||I just can't believe it.
June '93, assault.|
|00:24:47||September '93, assault.|
|00:24:49||Grand theft auto, February of '94.|
|00:24:53||Where, apparently, you defended yourself
and had the case thrown out by citing...|
|00:24:57||"free property rights of horse
and carriage" from 1798.|
|00:25:01||Joke. January '95,
impersonating an officer.|
|00:25:05||Mayhem, theft, resisting.
|00:25:09||I'm also aware that you've
been through several foster homes.|
|00:25:13||The state removed you from three
because of serious physical abuse.|
|00:25:17||You know, another judge might care,
but you hit a cop. You're going in.|
|00:25:21||Motion to dismiss is denied.
|00:25:26||- Thank you.
- Court, rise.|
- Uh, Skylar?|
- Hey, uh, it's Will.|
- It's Will.|
|00:25:37||You know, the really funny, good-looking
guy you met at the bar the other night.|
|00:25:40||I don't recall meeting anyone who matched
that description. I think I'd remember.|
|00:25:44||Oh, all right, you got me. It's
the ugly, obnoxious, toothless loser...|
|00:25:47||who got hammered
and wouldn't leave you alone all night.|
|00:25:49||Oh, Will! I remember.|
|00:25:53||- How are you? I-I was wondering
if you'd call me. - Yeah, look.|
|00:25:57||- I was wondering...
- Yo, so, baby. What's up?|
|00:25:59||- Hold on one second.
- What you doing?|
- What's up, baby? Want some of my ass?|
|00:26:03||- Herve! I remember you from juvi. How you doing?
- What's up, baby? What you doing?|
|00:26:07||Ah, yeah, sorry about that. Um...|
|00:26:09||I was wonderin' maybe we could
get together, um, sometime this week.|
|00:26:12||You know, sit out at a cafe.
Maybe have some caramels.|
|00:26:14||- Oh, that sounds wonderful.
|00:26:17||Yeah. Sure. Where are you?|
|00:26:19||Um, well, actually, this is, uh,
this is just a shot in the dark...|
|00:26:22||but, uh, there's no chance that you're,
uh, pre-law, is there?|
|00:26:30||- Have a seat.
- Thank you.|
|00:26:33||Nice talking to ya.|
|00:26:38||What the fuck do you want?|
|00:26:40||I'm Gerald Lambeau.|
|00:26:43||The professor you told
to fuck himself.|
|00:26:47||Well, what the fuck do you want?|
|00:26:50||I've spoken to the judge, and he's agreed
to release you under my supervision.|
|00:27:02||- But under two conditions.
- What are those?|
|00:27:05||First condition is that
you meet with me every week.|
|00:27:07||- What for?
- Go over the proof you're working on...|
|00:27:11||get into some, some more advanced...|
|00:27:23||Sounds like a real hoot.|
|00:27:26||And the second condition is that,
that you see a therapist.|
|00:27:36||And I'm responsible to submit reports
on those meetings.|
|00:27:39||And if you fail to meet with any
of those conditions...|
|00:27:42||you will have to serve time.|
|00:27:44||All right. I'll do the math, but I'm not
gonna meet with any fuckin' therapist.|
|00:27:49||It's better than spending that time
in jail, isn't it?|
|00:28:56||I read your book, and, uh, and, and
"Mike" was havin' the same problems...|
|00:29:01||that "Chad," the stockbroker,
|00:29:03||Absolutely right. Right on the button.
Good for you, Will. Very nice.|
|00:29:08||Will, the pressures,
and I'm not judging them...|
|00:29:11||I'm not, uh, labelling them...|
|00:29:14||but they are destroying
|00:29:17||Now no more shenanigans.
No more tomfoolery. No more ballyhoo.|
|00:29:25||God, I know.|
|00:29:28||You know, you're not gonna get off
that easily. Come on, Will, a bit more.|
|00:29:31||Well, I mean, I do, I do do things,
you know? I mean...|
|00:29:33||What, uh, what kind of things?|
|00:29:35||I do things that, you know, I, uh... You
know, I mean, I hide from, from people.|
|00:29:39||- You hide, do you?
- No, no. I mean, I like... I, I go places. I interact, you know.|
|00:29:44||- Really? What sort of places?
- Just certain clubs.|
|00:29:46||More. That's nice, yes.
What sort of clubs?|
|00:29:48||- Like, um, like Fantasy.
|00:29:52||- It's not bad.
- Bit more.|
|00:29:54||It's just something like when you get
in there and, the music like owns you.|
|00:29:58||It's like that house music.
|00:30:04||- You know, you start dancin'. It's just...
- Boom, boom, boom. Yes.|
|00:30:14||Do you find it hard to hide the fact
that you're gay?|
|00:30:17||What are you... What are you...
What are you talking about? What?|
|00:30:20||Look, buddy, two seconds ago,
you were ready to give me a jump.|
|00:30:22||A jump? Are you...|
|00:30:26||I'm terribly sorry to disappoint you.
|00:30:28||I don't have a problem with it.
I don't care if you putt from the rough.|
|00:30:31||What are you... P-Putting from the rough?
What on earth are you talking about?|
|00:30:35||A difficult theorem
can be like a symphony.|
|00:30:40||It's very erotic.|
|00:30:42||You go somewhere else.
I can't handle this.|
- Thank you, Henry.|
|00:30:50||Hi, Gerry. Hey, you know something?
I can't do this pro bono work any more.|
|00:30:53||It's just not... It's not worth it.|
|00:30:55||- What happened?
- Well, I'm going on national television next week.|
|00:30:58||I mean, I haven't got time to tell you,
much less talk to that raving loony in there.|
|00:31:02||An absolute lunatic, he is.|
|00:31:07||Okay, you are in your bed, Will.|
|00:31:10||Now, how old are you?|
|00:31:17||What do you see?|
|00:31:21||Something's in my room.|
|00:31:23||What is it?|
|00:31:26||It's like a, uh... It's a figure.
It's, it's hoverin' over me.|
|00:31:31||You are in a safe place, Will.|
|00:31:35||It's t... It's touching me.|
|00:31:39||Where is it touching you?|
|00:31:41||Lt's touching me down there.|
|00:31:45||And, uh, I'm nervous.|
|00:31:48||You don't have to be nervous, Will.|
|00:31:52||We start dancin' and dancin'.|
|00:31:56||It's just beautiful,
'cause we can make...|
|00:32:00||A lot of love before the sun goes down|
|00:32:05||Skyrockets in flight|
|00:32:12||- Hey, hey afternoon delight
|00:32:16||Skyrockets in flight|
|00:32:19||- I'm sorry, Rich.
- I have better things to do with my time.|
|00:32:22||Hey, hey afternoon delight|
|00:32:26||Come on, one dance! You, you really
hypnotized me, you know.|
|00:32:29||- For God's sake, Will.
- What? Oh, come on.|
|00:32:31||I... He left.
You can't pin that on me.|
|00:32:34||I told you to cooperate
with these people.|
|00:32:36||- Look into my eyes.
- Get out, Will.|
|00:32:39||- I don't need therapy.
- That's enough! Get out!|
|00:32:45||I called Mel Weintraub this morning
|00:32:47||Oh, what's the use?|
|00:32:50||What do you want to do?|
|00:32:56||- Well, there is someone.
- Who is he?|
|00:32:59||He used to be my, um...|
|00:33:02||my roommate in college.|
|00:33:08||Trust. Very important
in a relationship.|
|00:33:12||It's also very important
in a clinical situation.|
|00:33:14||Why is trust
the most important thing...|
|00:33:17||in making a breakthrough
with a client?|
|00:33:22||Maureen, stop the oral fixation
for a moment and join us.|
|00:33:28||Um, because, uh...|
|00:33:32||Trust is, uh... Trust is life.|
|00:33:36||Wow. That's very deep.
Thank you, Vinnie.|
|00:33:39||Next time, get the notes
from your brother.|
|00:33:41||You know, if a patient doesn't feel safe enough
to trust you, then he won't be honest with you.|
|00:33:46||Then there's really no point for them
being in therapy.|
|00:33:48||I mean, hey, if they don't trust you, you know,
you're never gonna get them to sleep with you.|
|00:33:51||And that should be the goal
of any good therapist.|
|00:33:53||Nail them while they're vulnerable.
That's my motto.|
|00:33:56||Oh, good, everyone's back.
Welcome back, everybody.|
|00:34:01||- Hello, Sean.
- Hey, Gerry.|
|00:34:07||Um, ladies and gentlemen,
we are in the presence of greatness.|
|00:34:12||Professor Gerald Lambeau, Field's medal
winner for combinatorial mathematics.|
- Anyone know what the Field's medal is?|
|00:34:19||It's a really big deal.
It's like the Nobel prize for math.|
|00:34:22||Except they only give it out
once every four years.|
|00:34:25||It's, it's a great thing.
It's an amazing honour.|
|00:34:28||Okay, everybody, that's it for today.
|00:34:31||We'll see you Monday.
We'll be talking about Freud.|
|00:34:33||Why he did enough cocaine
to kill a small horse. Thank you.|
|00:34:38||How are you?|
|00:34:40||- It's good to see you.
- Good to see you.|
|00:34:44||I think I got
something interesting for ya?|
|00:34:47||What? You have to have blood and urine?
|00:34:50||- Why didn't you come to the reunion?
- Time. You know, I'm... I've been busy.|
|00:34:55||- You were missed.
|00:34:58||So, how long has it been
since we've seen each other?|
|00:35:01||- Before Nancy died.
- Yeah. I'm sorry.|
|00:35:04||I was in Paris.
It was that damn conference.|
|00:35:07||I got your card.
It was nice.|
|00:35:14||- Come here.
- Now, that's a good takedown.|
|00:35:16||Hey, uh, what happened?
Did you, uh, get leniency or what?|
|00:35:20||I got, uh, probation and then, uh,
counselling two days a week.|
|00:35:25||Joke. You're a smoothie.
Come on, Morgan! Just submit!|
|00:35:30||Hey, Bill, just, just get off him.
We're gonna miss the game.|
|00:35:33||- I've got a full schedule.
- Sean, Sean. - I'm very busy.|
|00:35:35||This, this boy is incredible.
I've never seen anything like him.|
|00:35:38||What makes him so incredible, Gerry?|
|00:35:41||- Ever heard of Ramanujan?
- Yeah, yeah. No.|
|00:35:45||It's a man. He lived over 100 years ago.
He was, uh, Indian.|
|00:35:50||- Dots not feathers.
- Not feathers. Yeah.|
|00:35:53||Well, he lived in this tiny hut
somewhere in India.|
|00:35:55||He had no formal education.|
|00:35:58||- He had no access to any scientific work.
|00:36:00||- You, sir? - Just
a little. - And, um...|
|00:36:02||But he came across
this old math book.|
|00:36:05||And from this simple text,
he was able to extrapolate theories...|
|00:36:08||that had baffled mathematicians
|00:36:10||Yes. Continued fractions.
Yeah, he, he wrote, uh...|
|00:36:13||- Well, he, he mailed it to Hardy at Cambridge.
- Yeah. Cambridge. Yeah.|
|00:36:17||And Hardy immediately recognized
the brilliance of his work...|
|00:36:20||and brought him over to England, and
then they worked together for years...|
|00:36:24||creating some of the most exciting
math theory ever done.|
|00:36:27||Uh, This, this Ramanugan...|
|00:36:29||his, his genius was unparalleled, Sean.|
|00:36:33||Well, this boy's just like that.|
|00:36:37||But he's, um, he's a bit defensive.|
|00:36:40||And I need someone
who can get through to him.|
|00:36:43||- Like me?
- Yeah, like you.|
- Well, because you have the same kind of background.|
|00:36:49||- What background?
- Well, you're from the same neighbourhood.|
|00:36:52||- He's from Southie?
|00:36:55||Boy genius from Southie.|
|00:36:59||- How many shrinks you go to before me?
|00:37:04||- Let me guess. Barry?
|00:37:06||- Henry? -
Yeah. - Not Rick?|
just meet with him once a week.|
|00:37:16||It's a poker game with this kid.
Don't let him know what you've got.|
|00:37:19||He's probably even read your book,
if he could find it.|
|00:37:22||It's gonna be hard for him to find.|
|00:37:24||- Hi, Will.
|00:37:26||This is Sean Maguire. Will Hunting.|
|00:37:28||How are ya?|
|00:37:34||- Yeah, let's get started.
- Yeah, let's do it.|
Let's let the healing begin.|
|00:37:39||- Will you excuse us?
- Yeah, please, Tom.|
|00:37:42||- You, too, Gerry.
- Yeah, of course.|
|00:37:52||How are you?|
|00:37:56||Where are you from in Southie?|
|00:37:58||- I like what you've done with the place.
- Oh, thanks.|
|00:38:01||Do you buy all these books retail,
or do you send away for like...|
|00:38:05||a shrink kit that comes
with all these volumes included?|
|00:38:08||- Do you like books?
|00:38:12||- Did you read any of these books?
- I don't know.|
|00:38:14||- How about any of these books?
- Probably not.|
|00:38:17||What about the ones on the top shelf?
You read those?|
|00:38:21||- Yeah, I read those.
- Good for you. What do you think about 'em?|
|00:38:24||Hey, I'm not here for a fuckin' book report.
They're your books. Why don't you read 'em?|
|00:38:27||I did. I had to.|
|00:38:29||- It must've taken you a long time.
- Yeah, it did.|
|00:38:39||United States of America:
A Complete History, Volume I.|
|00:38:57||If you wanna read a real history book, read Howard
Zinn's A People's History of the United States.|
|00:39:00||That book will fuckin' knock you
on your ass.|
|00:39:02||Better than Chomsky's
|00:39:04||- Do you think that's a good book?
- You fuckin' people baffle me.|
|00:39:09||You spend all your money
on these fuckin' fancy books.|
|00:39:11||You surround yourselves with 'em.
They're the wrong fuckin' books.|
|00:39:14||- What are the right fuckin' books, Will?
- Hey, whatever blows your hair back.|
|00:39:18||Yeah. Haven't got much hair left.|
|00:39:21||Hey, you know you'd be better off shoving that cigarette
up your ass. It'd probably be healthier for you.|
|00:39:25||- Yeah, I know. It really gets in the way of my yoga.
- You work out, huh?|
|00:39:29||- What, you lift?
|00:39:32||- Uh, Nautilus?
- No, free weights.|
|00:39:34||- Oh, really? - Yeah.
- Free weights, huh?|
|00:39:36||- Yeah, big time. -
Yeah? - Just like that.|
|00:39:38||- What do you bench?
- 285. What do you bench?|
|00:39:43||You paint that?|
|00:39:45||Yeah. You paint? Do you sculpt?|
- Do you like art?|
|00:39:53||Do you like music?|
|00:39:55||This is a real piece of shit.|
|00:39:57||Oh. Well, tell me
what you really think.|
|00:39:59||Uh, just, uh, the linear
and impressionistic mix...|
|00:40:03||makes a very muddled composition.|
|00:40:05||It's also a Winslow Homer rip-off, except
you got whitey, uh, rowin' the boat there.|
|00:40:09||Well, it's art, Monet.
It wasn't very good.|
|00:40:11||- That's not really what concerns me though.
- What concerns you?|
|00:40:14||- Just the colouring.
- You know what the real bitch of it is?|
|00:40:18||Is it colour-by-number? Because
the colours are fascinating to me.|
|00:40:21||- Aren't they, really? What about that?
- You bet.|
|00:40:23||I think you're about one step away
from cuttin' your fuckin' ear off.|
- Oh, yeah.|
|00:40:28||Think I should move to the south
of France, change my name to Vincent?|
|00:40:32||You ever heard the sayin',
"any port in a storm"?|
- Yeah. Maybe that means you.|
|00:40:37||In what way?|
|00:40:38||- Uh, maybe you're in the middle of a storm, a big fuckin' storm.
- Yeah, maybe.|
|00:40:42||The sky's fallin' on your head. The
waves are crashin' over your little boat.|
|00:40:45||The oars are about to snap.|
|00:40:47||You just piss in you pants.
You're cryin' for the harbour.|
|00:40:49||So maybe you do
what you gotta do to get out.|
|00:40:51||You know, maybe you became
|00:40:54||Bingo. That's it. Let me do my job now.
You start with me. Come on.|
|00:41:00||- Maybe you married the wrong woman.
- Maybe you should watch your mouth!|
|00:41:05||Watch it right there, chief,
|00:41:16||Mmm, that's it, isn't it?|
|00:41:18||You married the wrong woman.|
What, did she leave you?|
|00:41:27||Was she, you know,
banging some other guy?|
|00:41:31||If you ever disrespect my wife again,
I will end you.|
|00:41:35||I will fuckin' end you.|
|00:41:37||Got that, chief?|
|00:41:41||- Time's up.
|00:41:58||At ease, gentlemen.|
|00:42:13||Look, I'll, I'll understand
if you don't wanna meet with him again.|
Make sure the kid's here.|
|00:43:32||Well, you look lovely in those glasses.|
|00:43:35||- Thank you very much.
- They're just beautiful.|
|00:43:37||Yes, I always wanted
dark blue eye shadow.|
|00:43:43||Growing up in England, you know,
I went to a very nice school.|
|00:43:46||You know, it was kind of progressive,
organic, do-it-yourself, private school.|
|00:43:52||Then Harvard. Hopefully med school.|
|00:43:56||You know, I figured out,
at the end...|
|00:43:58||my brain's gonna be worth $250,000.|
|00:44:03||That sounded horrible, didn't it?|
|00:44:07||Bring me another mai tai!|
|00:44:10||No, that's cool, I mean,
I bet your parents were happy to pay.|
|00:44:13||No, I was happy to pay.
I inherited the money.|
|00:44:18||Wow. Well, is, uh,
is Harvard gettin' all that money?|
|00:44:21||No. Stanford. I'm going there in June
when I graduate.|
|00:44:24||All right, so you just wanted to, to use
this sailor and then, uh, run away, huh?|
|00:44:28||I was gonna, you know, experiment on you
for anatomy class first, obviously.|
|00:44:33||Oh, in that case, that's fine.|
|00:44:35||Hey, you wanna see my magic tricks,
|00:44:37||- Of course.
- All right. Promise...|
|00:44:43||- This one's for you, Rudolph.
- Wait, wait, you need my wand.|
|00:44:47||All right, give me a hit.
Thank you. All right.|
|00:44:50||I'm gonna make
all these caramels disappear.|
|00:44:52||You ready? Ready.|
|00:44:55||One, two, three.|
|00:44:59||They're all gone. Yeah. That, that was...
It works better when I have my rabbit.|
|00:45:06||I don't really date, you know,
|00:45:09||How very unfortunate, I think for me.|
|00:45:14||You know what I mean.
I know you've been thinking about uh...|
|00:45:17||- Oh, no, I haven't.
- Yes, you have.|
|00:45:19||- No, I really haven't.
- Yes, you have! You were hoping to get a good night kiss.|
|00:45:22||No, you know, I tell ya.
I was hoping to get good-night laid.|
|00:45:28||But I'll settle for like a good kiss,
|00:45:30||- How very noble of you.
- Thank you.|
|00:45:34||No, I was, I was hopin' for a kiss.|
|00:45:38||Well, I think we should just get it
out of the way now.|
|00:45:42||- Right now?
|00:45:56||I think I got some of your pickle.|
|00:46:09||You again, huh?|
|00:46:13||Come with me.|
|00:46:22||So what's this? A Taster's Choice
moment between guys?|
|00:46:27||This is really nice.
You got a thing for swans?|
|00:46:30||Is this like a fetish? Ls it something
like maybe we need to devote some time to?|
|00:46:35||I thought about what you said to me
the other day. About my painting.|
|00:46:41||Stayed up half the night
thinkin' about it.|
|00:46:45||Something occurred to me.|
|00:46:47||I fell into a deep, peaceful sleep
and haven't thought about you since.|
|00:46:52||- You know what occurred to me?
|00:46:55||You're just a kid. You don't have the
faintest idea what you're talking about.|
|00:46:59||- Why, thank you.
- It's all right.|
|00:47:03||You've never been out of Boston.|
|00:47:09||So if I asked you about art, you'd probably give
me the skinny on every art book ever written.|
You know a lot about him.|
|00:47:18||Life's work. Political aspirations.
Him and the pope.|
The whole works, right?|
|00:47:26||I bet you can't tell me what
it smells like in the Sistine Chapel.|
|00:47:33||You never actually stood there
and looked up at that beautiful ceiling.|
|00:47:42||If I ask you about women...|
|00:47:44||you'll probably give me a syllabus
of your personal favourites.|
|00:47:48||You may have even been laid
a few times.|
|00:47:56||But you can't tell me what it feels like
to wake up next to a woman...|
|00:48:00||and feel truly happy.|
|00:48:05||You're a tough kid.|
|00:48:09||I ask you about war, you'd probably, uh,
throw Shakespeare at me, right?|
|00:48:13||"Once more into the breach,
dear friends. "|
|00:48:18||But you've never been near one.|
|00:48:21||You've never held
your best friend's head in your lap...|
|00:48:24||and watch him gasp his last breath
lookin' to you for help.|
|00:48:30||I ask you about love,
you'd probably quote me a sonnet...|
|00:48:35||but you've never looked at a woman
and been totally vulnerable.|
|00:48:39||Known someone that could
level you with her eyes.|
|00:48:44||Feelin' like God put an angel on Earth
just for you...|
|00:48:48||who could rescue you
from the depths of hell.|
|00:48:51||And you wouldn't know
what it's like to be her angel...|
|00:48:55||to have that love for her
be there forever.|
|00:48:58||Through anything. Through cancer.|
|00:49:02||And you wouldn't know about sleepin' sittin' up in
a hospital room for two months holding her hand...|
|00:49:07||because the doctors could see
in your eyes...|
|00:49:09||that the terms "visiting hours"
don't apply to you.|
|00:49:13||You don't know about real loss...|
|00:49:16||'cause that only occurs when you love
something more than you love yourself.|
|00:49:21||I doubt you've ever dared
to love anybody that much.|
|00:49:27||I look at you, I don't see
an intelligent, confident man.|
|00:49:34||I see a cocky, scared shitless kid.|
|00:49:39||But you're a genius, Will.
No one denies that.|
|00:49:43||No one could possibly understand
the depths of you.|
|00:49:47||But you presume to know everything about
me because you saw a painting of mine.|
|00:49:50||You ripped my fuckin' life apart.|
|00:49:56||You're an orphan, right?|
|00:50:03||Do you think I'd know the first thing
about how hard your life has been...|
|00:50:06||how you feel, who you are...|
|00:50:09||because I read Oliver Twist?|
|00:50:13||Does that encapsulate you?|
|00:50:17||Personally, I don't give a shit
about all that.|
|00:50:20||Because you know what? I can't learn anything
from you I can't read in some fuckin' book.|
|00:50:27||Unless you want to talk about you,
who you are.|
|00:50:32||Then I'm fascinated.
|00:50:38||But you don't wanna do that,
do you, sport?|
of what you might say.|
|00:50:52||Your move, chief.|
are you calling me again?|
|00:52:16||Oh. Oh, God.|
|00:52:19||- Christ, who did you call?
- No one. I forgot the number.|
|00:52:22||You fuckin' retarded? You went all the way out
there in the rain, and you didn't bring the number?|
|00:52:26||No, it was your mother's 900 number.
I just ran out of quarters.|
|00:52:29||Why don't we get off of mothers?
I just got off of yours.|
|00:52:34||That's pretty funny, Morgan.
That's a fuckin' nickel, bitch!|
|00:52:37||- Keep antagonizing me, watch what happens.
- All right, then, Morgan.|
|00:52:40||- Watch what happens. - All right,
then, Morgan! - Watch what happens.|
|00:52:42||- What are you gonna fuckin' do to me?
- Keep fuckin' with me.|
|00:53:24||What do you mean, he didn't talk?
You were in there for an hour.|
|00:53:26||He just sat there counting the seconds
until the session was over.|
|00:53:30||- It's pretty impressive, actually.
- Why would he do that?|
|00:53:32||To prove to me he doesn't have
to talk to me if he doesn't want to.|
|00:53:37||What is this? Some kind of staring contest
between two kids from the old neighbourhood?|
|00:53:41||Yeah, it is,
and I can't talk first.|
|00:53:45||We know your theory, Alexander, but the
boy's found a simple geometrical picture.|
|00:53:49||- A tree structure won't work.
- Look now. He's joining the two vertices.|
|00:53:53||- But I can do the sum.
- Well, it's how you group the terms, Alexander.|
|00:53:57||But, Gerry, if we do the whole thing
this way, then...|
|00:54:00||Hey, look, look.|
|00:54:03||I wrote it down.
It's simpler this way.|
|00:54:17||Sometimes people get lucky.|
|00:54:20||You're a brilliant man.|
|00:54:59||You know, I was on this plane once.|
|00:55:02||And I'm sittin' there, and, uh...|
|00:55:04||the captain gets on, he does his whole, you
know, "We'll be cruisin' at 35,000 feet. "|
|00:55:08||But then he puts the mike down,
he forgets to turn it off.|
|00:55:11||And so he turns to the copilot.
He's like, "You know...|
|00:55:14||all I could use right now is
a fuckin' blow job and a cup of coffee. "|
|00:55:19||So the stewardess fuckin' goes bombin' up from the
back of the plane to tell him the microphone's still on.|
|00:55:23||This buy in the back of the plane's like,
"Hey, hon, don't forget the coffee. "|
|00:55:28||You ever been on a plane?|
|00:55:30||No, but it's a fuckin' joke. It works
better if I tell it in the first person.|
|00:55:33||Yeah, it does.|
|00:55:38||I have been laid, you know.|
|00:55:40||Really? Goody for you.|
|00:55:43||- Big time. Big time.
- Big time, huh?|
|00:55:45||Yeah. I went on a date last week.|
|00:55:48||- How'd it go?
- It was good.|
|00:55:51||- You goin' out again?
- I don't know.|
|00:55:53||- Why not?
- Haven't called her.|
|00:55:55||- Christ, you're an amateur. -
I know what I'm doin'. - Really?|
|00:55:58||Yeah. Don't worry about me.
I know what I'm doin'.|
|00:56:02||Yeah, but this girl is like,
you know, beautiful.|
|00:56:05||She's smart. She's fun. She's different
from most of the girls I've been with.|
|00:56:09||So call her up, Romeo.|
|00:56:11||Why? So I can realize
she's not that smart?|
|00:56:13||That she's fuckin' boring?
You know, I mean, you don't...|
|00:56:16||This girl is like fuckin' perfect
right now. I don't wanna r-ruin that.|
|00:56:20||Maybe you're perfect right now.
Maybe you don't wanna ruin that.|
|00:56:25||But I think that's
a super philosophy, Will.|
|00:56:27||That way you can go through your entire life
without ever having to really know anybody.|
|00:56:35||My wife used to fart
when she was nervous.|
|00:56:37||She had all sorts
of wonderful idiosyncrasies.|
|00:56:40||You know, she used to fart
in her sleep.|
|00:56:44||Sorry I shared that with you.|
|00:56:46||And one night it was so loud,
it woke the dog up.|
|00:56:53||She woke up and gone like,
"Was that you?"|
|00:56:54||I said, "Yeah. " I didn't have the heart
to tell her. Oh, God.|
|00:56:57||- She woke herself up?
|00:57:05||Oh, Christ. Ah, but, Will, she's been dead
two years and that's the shit I remember.|
|00:57:10||It's wonderful stuff, you know?
Little things like that.|
|00:57:13||Yeah, but those are the things
I miss the most.|
|00:57:18||The little idiosyncrasies
that only I knew about.|
|00:57:21||That's what made her my wife.|
|00:57:24||Boy, and she had the goods on me, too.
She knew all my little peccadillos.|
|00:57:28||People call these things imperfections,
but they're not.|
|00:57:31||Oh, that's the good stuff.|
|00:57:34||And then we get to choose who we let
into our weird little worlds.|
|00:57:39||You're not perfect, sport.|
|00:57:42||And let me save you the suspense.|
|00:57:44||This girl you met,
she isn't perfect either.|
|00:57:47||But the question is whether or not
you're perfect for each other.|
|00:57:51||That's the whole deal.
That's what intimacy is all about.|
|00:57:55||Now, you can know everything
in the world, sport...|
|00:57:57||but the only way you're findin' out
that one is by givin' it a shot.|
|00:58:00||You certainly won't learn
from an old fucker like me.|
|00:58:03||Even if I did know,
I wouldn't tell a pissant like you.|
|00:58:08||Yeah, why not? You told me
every other fuckin' thing. Jesus Christ.|
|00:58:13||You fuckin' talk more than any shrink
I ever seen in my life.|
|00:58:15||I teach the shit.
I didn't say I knew how to do it.|
|00:58:26||- You ever think about gettin' remarried?
- My wife's dead.|
|00:58:30||- Hence the word "remarried. "
- She's dead!|
|00:58:36||Yeah. Well, I think that's
a super philosophy, Sean.|
|00:58:39||I mean, that way you can actually
go through the rest of your life...|
|00:58:41||without ever really knowing anybody.|
|00:59:03||Hold it open.|
- Thank you.|
|00:59:20||I am happy with you|
|00:59:24||I know I'm about to love you|
|00:59:28||Yeah, yeah, yeah
You know him|
|00:59:34||Oh, my, you made me...|
|00:59:37||"G" minor seventh.
Saddest of all chords.|
|00:59:43||- Where have you been?
- I'm sorry. I've been like...|
|00:59:46||I've been really busy, and...
|00:59:49||Me, too. Yeah.|
|00:59:52||I... I thought you'd call.|
|00:59:58||- I mean, we had a really good time.
- I had a really good time, too.|
|01:00:00||I mean, I just... I...|
|01:00:03||I'm sorry, you know.
I, I blew it.|
|01:00:05||No, no. I mean, you know,
it's all right.|
|01:00:07||Yeah. Uh, so I was, I was wonderin' if, uh,
if, you know, you'd give me another crack at it.|
|01:00:12||- You know, let me take you out again.
- Oh, I can't.|
|01:00:17||- All right.
- Oh, no. I didn't...|
|01:00:19||I didn't mean I can't, like ever.
I just can't right now.|
|01:00:23||I've got to assign the proton spectrum
for "ebogamine. "|
|01:00:26||All that sounds really, really
|01:00:28||It's actually fantastically boring.|
|01:00:30||- All right, um...
- But, um, maybe some other time.|
|01:00:33||- Like tomorrow?
- Um, yeah, all right.|
|01:00:56||- What are you doing here?
- I couldn't wait till tomorrow.|
|01:01:00||- Where the fuck did you get this?
- I had to sleep with someone in your class.|
|01:01:04||Oh, I hope it was someone with the
open-toed sandals and the really bad breath.|
|01:01:10||- Come on, let's go have some fun.
- No, I... I've got to learn this.|
|01:01:14||Well, you're not goin' to his surgery
tomorrow, are you?|
- Let's go.|
|01:01:23||Oh, my God. My dog is winning!|
|01:01:27||Come on, Misty!|
|01:01:29||Come on, run! Look at that!
|01:01:31||Look, there he goes.
Misty, run! Come on!|
|01:01:34||- And Misty flying down the track.
- We won.|
|01:01:38||I totally won!|
|01:01:42||- So did you grow up around here, then?
- Not far. South Boston.|
|01:01:49||- Still glowing from my win.
- Yeah, I know. Look at you.|
|01:01:51||You're so happy.|
|01:01:55||- What was that like then?
- It was, you know, normal I guess. Nothin' special.|
|01:02:02||Do you got lots of brothers and sisters?|
|01:02:04||- Do I have a lot of brothers and sisters?
- That's what I said.|
|01:02:07||Well, Irish Catholic,
what do you think?|
|01:02:09||Right. That's right.|
|01:02:13||- How many?
- You wouldn't believe me if I told you.|
|01:02:18||- Why? Go on. What? Five?
|01:02:21||Seven? Eight? How many?|
|01:02:25||- I have 12 big brothers.
- You do not have 12 brothers.|
|01:02:27||I swear to God, I swear to God.
I'm lucky 13 right here.|
|01:02:30||Do you know all their names?|
|01:02:33||- Do I... Yeah, they're my brothers.
- What are they called?|
|01:02:37||Marky, Ricky, Danny, Terry, Mikey, Davey,
Timmy, Tommy, Joey, Robby, Johnny and Brian.|
|01:02:41||Say it again.|
|01:02:43||Marky, Ricky, Danny, Terry, Mikey, Davey,
Timmy, Tommy, Joey, Robby, Johnny and Brian.|
|01:02:50||- And Willy.
|01:02:53||Wow! Do you still see all of them?|
|01:02:56||Yeah, well, they all live in Southie. I'm,
I'm livin' with three of 'em right now.|
|01:02:59||- Oh, yeah?
|01:03:00||- Well, I'd like to meet them.
- Yeah, we'll do that.|
|01:03:05||Oh, you know, I read your book
|01:03:07||Oh, so you're the one.|
|01:03:10||Do you still, uh, do you still
|01:03:12||- No, I don't.
- Why not?|
|01:03:13||Well, I gave it up
when my wife got sick.|
|01:03:18||You ever wonder what your life
would be like if you, uh...|
|01:03:21||if you never met your wife?|
|01:03:24||- What, wonder if I'd be better off without her?
- No, no, no.|
|01:03:26||- I'm not saying like better off. I didn't mean it like that.
- No, it's all right.|
|01:03:29||It's an important question.|
|01:03:32||'Cause you'll have bad times,
but that'll always wake you up...|
|01:03:34||to the good stuff
you weren't paying attention to.|
|01:03:37||And you don't regret
meetin' your wife?|
|01:03:39||Why? 'Cause the pain I feel now?|
|01:03:42||Oh, I got regrets, Will, but I don't
regret a single day I spent with her.|
|01:03:51||So when did you know, like,
that she was the one for you?|
|01:03:54||October 21, 1975.|
|01:03:57||Jesus Christ, you know the fuckin' day?|
|01:03:59||Oh, yeah, 'cause it was game six of the
World Series, biggest game in Red Sox history.|
|01:04:06||My friends and I had, you know, slept out
on the sidewalk all night to get tickets.|
|01:04:10||- You got tickets?
- Yep. Day of the game I was sittin' in a bar...|
|01:04:13||waitin' for the game to start,
and in walks this girl.|
|01:04:17||It was an amazing game, though. You
know, bottom of the 8th, Carbo ties it up.|
|01:04:20||It was 6-6.
It went to 12.|
|01:04:22||Bottom of the 12th, in stepped Carlton
Fisk, old Pudge. Steps up to the plate.|
|01:04:27||- You know, he's got that weird stance.
- Yeah, yeah.|
|01:04:29||And then, boom!
He clocks it, you know. High!|
|01:04:32||Fly ball down the left field line!|
|01:04:35||35,000 people on their feet
yellin' at the ball.|
|01:04:38||But that's nothin', 'cause Fisk,
he's wavin' at the ball like a madman.|
|01:04:40||- You know, "Get over! Get over!"
- Yeah, I've seen that. Right. Right.|
|01:04:42||"Get over!" And then it hits
the foul pole.|
|01:04:45||Well, he goes ape-shit, and 35,000 fans,
you know, they charge the field. You know?|
|01:04:50||- Yeah, and he's fuckin' blowin' people outta the way.
- And he's goin', goin', "Look out!|
|01:04:53||Get outta the way!
Get outta the way!"|
|01:04:55||I can't fuckin' believe you had tickets to
that fuckin' game! Did you rush the field?|
|01:04:58||No, I didn't rush the fuckin' field.
I wasn't there.|
- No, I was in a bar having a drink with my future wife.|
|01:05:04||- You missed Pudge Fisk's home run?
- Oh, yeah.|
|01:05:06||To have a fuckin' drink with some lady
you never met?|
|01:05:09||Yeah, but you should've seen her.
She was a stunner.|
|01:05:11||- I don't care if fuckin'...
- Oh, no, no, she lit up the room.|
|01:05:14||- I don't care if Helen of Troy walks into the room! That's game six!
- Oh, Helen of Troy.|
|01:05:17||Oh, my God. And who are these fuckin' friends
of yours? They let you get away with that?|
|01:05:20||- Oh, they had to. - What do you mean,
they had? W- What did you say to 'em?|
|01:05:23||I just slid my ticket across the table
and I said...|
|01:05:25||"Sorry, guys. I gotta see about a girl. "|
|01:05:29||"I gotta go see about a girl"?
Yeah, that's what you said?|
|01:05:31||- I had to.
- And they let you get away with that?|
|01:05:33||Oh, yeah. They saw it in my eyes
that I meant it.|
|01:05:35||- You're kiddin' me?
- No, I'm not kidding you, Will.|
|01:05:39||That's why I'm not talkin' right now about
some girl I saw at a bar 20 years ago...|
|01:05:41||and how I always regretted
not goin' over and talkin' to her.|
|01:05:45||I don't regret the 18 years
I was married to Nancy.|
|01:05:47||I don't regret the six years I had to
give up counselling when she got sick.|
|01:05:50||And I don't regret the last years
when she got really sick.|
|01:05:55||And I sure as hell don't regret
missin' a damn game.|
|01:06:08||Would've been nice
to catch that game, though.|
|01:06:10||I didn't know Pudge
was gonna hit a home run.|
|01:06:15||You know, I'm very, very useful
on the court. I'm extremely tall.|
|01:06:22||- You're not that tall.
- I dunk.|
|01:06:27||Will I ever play in the N.B.A.?|
|01:06:31||"It is decidedly so. " Hmph.|
|01:06:37||Why do we always stay here?|
|01:06:40||'Cause it's nicer than my place.|
|01:06:42||Yes, but I've never seen your place.|
|01:06:47||When am I gonna meet your friends
and your brothers?|
|01:06:49||Oh. Well, they don't really
come down here that much.|
|01:06:53||Well, I think I can make it
to South Boston.|
|01:06:57||It's kind of a hike.|
|01:06:59||Is it me you're hiding from them
or the other way around?|
|01:07:03||- All right, we'll go.
|01:07:06||I don't know.
We'll go sometime next week.|
|01:07:09||What if I said I would not sleep with you
again until you let me meet your friends?|
|01:07:19||I'd say it's, like, 4:30 in the mornin'.
They're probably up.|
|01:07:23||Oh, my God.
Men are shameless.|
|01:07:26||If you're not thinking with your wiener,
then you're acting directly on its behalf.|
|01:07:30||You bet. And on behalf of my wiener,
can I get like an advance payment?|
|01:07:34||I don't know. Let's ask.|
|01:07:37||- "Outlook does not look good. "
|01:07:40||Fuck the... Hey, Chuck. No, nothing.
Go back to sleep.|
|01:07:42||"Outlook does not... " That's the same thing that told
you you was gonna play in the N.B.A. I think I'm in.|
|01:07:46||Well, exactly, so look out. You better
start buying some season tickets.|
|01:07:51||I- I plan to. I'm tall.
I like wearing shorts.|
|01:07:55||Hook, hook. Dunk, dunk.|
|01:07:57||- You're not that tall.
- Yes, I am.|
|01:08:00||Maybe I'm all about three points.|
|01:08:03||I'm all about home runs.|
|01:08:06||Stop mixing your sporting metaphors.|
|01:08:22||A leprechaun's got his dick
in the monkey's ass.|
|01:08:25||And Morgan comes runnin' in, goin',
"I don't mind it. I don't mind... "|
|01:08:31||Will, I can't believe you brought Skylar here
when we're fuckin' all bombed and drinkin'.|
|01:08:35||I know, Morgan. It's a real rarity
we'd be all drinkin'.|
|01:08:37||You know, my Uncle Marty drinks. You know.
He'll go on a bender for six, eight months.|
|01:08:41||I ever tell you what happened to him when he
was drivin' up there and he got pulled over?|
|01:08:43||- I told you guys, right?
- Marty, Marty, yeah.|
|01:08:45||Let me tell you about... Let me tell ya
what happened to my Uncle Marty...|
|01:08:47||because you oughta know this.|
|01:08:50||He's always tellin' stories. Every time
we come here, he's got another story.|
|01:08:53||But we all heard this one.
Go ahead, just say it anyway. Go ahead.|
|01:08:57||I will go ahead. Thanks a lot.
Guess I have the floor now.|
|01:09:01||Um, yeah, my Uncle Marty's
drivin' home, right?|
|01:09:05||Bombed out of his tree, right? Just
hammered out of his gourd. Just wrecked!|
|01:09:10||This state trooper, uh, sees him
and pulls him over.|
|01:09:13||So my uncle's fucked, basically. Got him out
of the car, and tried to make him walk the line.|
|01:09:16||He gets out of the car, you know, pukes and the
guy statie's pretty sure he's over the legal limit.|
|01:09:20||So, he's about to throw the cuffs on him
and put him in jail.|
|01:09:24||All of a sudden, 50 yards down the road
there's this huge fuckin' boom, right?|
|01:09:28||- So statie gets real spooked, and he turns around...
- He got shot?|
|01:09:32||- No, no.
- So, so...|
|01:09:34||- You've heard this story before.
- Yeah, Morgan, stop it. Stop it.|
|01:09:37||Some other guy's car had hit a tree.
Okay? There was an accident.|
|01:09:42||- Anyway... Shut the fuck up!
- How could he hear the other car accident if it wasn't right behind him?|
|01:09:45||- I'm gonna break your neck. - You're driving
him nuts, Morgan. - Shut up! Okay, shut up.|
- He told you the story once before. Go ahead.|
|01:09:50||So he tells my uncle,
"Stay here. Don't move. "|
|01:09:52||So statie goes runnin' down the road
to deal with the other accident.|
|01:09:56||After a few minutes of, of just lyin'
in his own piss and vomit...|
|01:10:00||my uncle st-starts wonderin'
what he's doin' there.|
|01:10:03||Gets up, gets in his car
and just drives home.|
|01:10:05||Well, the next mornin',
my uncle's just passed out...|
|01:10:08||and he hears this knocking at the door.|
|01:10:10||So he goes downstairs,
fuckin' pulls the door open. "What?"|
|01:10:13||It's the state trooper
that pulled him over.|
|01:10:16||Statie says, "Fuck you mean, 'What? '
You know what.|
|01:10:18||I pulled you over last night is what,
and you fuckin' took off. "|
|01:10:21||He's like, "Bet you I never seen you
before in my life.|
|01:10:24||I've been home all night with my kids.
I don't know who the fuck you are. "|
|01:10:27||He said, "You know who I am.
Let me get in your garage. "|
|01:10:30||My uncle's like, "What?" He said, "You
heard me. Let met get in your garage. "|
|01:10:32||My uncle's like, "All right, fine. " Takes
him 'round to the garage, opens the door.|
|01:10:35||And there's... The statie's police
cruiser is in my uncle's garage.|
|01:10:42||He was so fuckin'... He was so fuckin'
hammered, he drove the wrong car home.|
|01:10:46||And the best part about it is
the fuckin' state trooper...|
|01:10:49||had been so embarrassed,
he didn't do anything...|
|01:10:52||'cause he'd been drivin' around all night
in my uncle's Chevelle lookin' for the house.|
|01:10:55||All right, Chuck, what the fuck
is the point of your story?|
|01:10:59||Well, he goes away.
That's the point.|
|01:11:01||- All right. Well, question. Are you...
- Come on, stop.|
|01:11:05||I'm tryin' to clarify somethin', probably
'cause you're too embarrassed to ask...|
|01:11:07||'cause you know
it doesn't make any sense.|
|01:11:09||It does make sense if you listen
to the story and quit askin' questions.|
|01:11:12||Morgan, let's see if you can get this
one. I've got a little story for ya.|
|01:11:16||All right. There's an old couple
in bed. Mary and Paddie.|
|01:11:21||And they wake up on the morning
of their 50th anniversary.|
|01:11:26||And Mary looks over
and gazes adoringly at Paddie.|
|01:11:29||She's like, "Oh, Jesus, Paddie. You're
such a good-lookin' fella. I love ya.|
|01:11:34||I want to give ya
a little present.|
|01:11:36||Anything your little heart desires,
I'm goin' to give it to ya.|
|01:11:39||What would you like?"|
|01:11:41||Paddie's like, "Oh, gee, Mary.
That's a very sweet offer.|
|01:11:46||Now, in 50 years,
there's one thing that's been missin'...|
|01:11:51||and, uh, I would like you
to give me a blow job.|
|01:11:56||I would like for it. "
And Mary's like, "All right. "|
|01:11:59||She takes her teeth out, puts them in
the glass, and she gives him a blow job.|
|01:12:03||And afterwards, Paddie's like, "Yeah,
geez, now that's what I've been missin'.|
|01:12:07||That was the most beautiful,
earth-shattering thing ever!|
|01:12:11||Beautiful, Mary! I love ya!|
|01:12:13||Is there anything
that I can do for you?"|
|01:12:17||And Mary looks up to him
and she goes, "Give us a kiss. "|
- Oh, my God!|
|01:12:25||- That's filthy.
- Not that filthy. I've heard filthier.|
|01:12:32||Get off of me! Lt's this fuckin'...|
|01:12:34||- All right, see you guys later.
- All right. Take it easy, Bill.|
|01:12:39||So, Skylar, thanks for comin' by.|
|01:12:41||Changed my opinion of Harvard people.|
|01:12:43||Ah, well, you don't want to rush the judgment on
that one 'cause, you know, they're not all like me.|
|01:12:47||Oh, well, I'm sure.
But it was nice to meet ya.|
|01:12:51||- Take it easy.
- Oh, all right.|
|01:12:52||- Slowly back away.
- Oh, come on. Hey. Brother.|
|01:12:55||I don't know what you're doin', dude.
You're givin' us a ride.|
|01:12:58||- What the fuck do I look like to you?
- Come on, Chuck.|
|01:13:01||Else you're walkin', bitch.
WilI's takin' the car.|
|01:13:04||All right. Thanks, Chuck.
I appreciate it.|
|01:13:06||Wait, wait. I don't know what
you're gettin' all serious about.|
|01:13:09||You're droppin' me off first.|
|01:13:11||- Dude, it's really out of the way.
- Oh, okay.|
|01:13:14||- It's real far. - Just 'cause you have
to sleep in your one-room palace tonight...|
|01:13:16||- don't start thinkin' you're bad.
- All right, come on.|
|01:13:18||Hey, wait a minute. You said
we were gonna see your place.|
|01:13:20||- No, not tonight.
- Oh, no, not tonight. Not any other night, hon.|
|01:13:23||He knows once you see that little shit-hole,
he's gettin' dropped like a bad habit.|
|01:13:27||But I wanted to meet
|01:13:30||No. We're gonna do that another time.|
|01:13:36||Need them keys.|
|01:13:38||The stewardess hears this and
goes haulin' ass down the aisle.|
|01:13:42||And I yell,
"Don't forget the coffee. "|
You didn't say that.|
|01:13:49||- For Christ's sake, Marty, it's a joke.
|01:13:51||- I know someone that it actually happened to, Marty.
- A joke?|
|01:13:53||- Gerry. Have trouble findin' the place?
- Hi. No, I took a cab.|
|01:13:56||Timmy, this is Gerry.
We went to college together.|
|01:14:00||- How you doin'? Nice to meet ya.
- Pleased to meet ya.|
|01:14:03||- Can I get you a beer?
- Uh, no, just a Perrier.|
|01:14:07||That's French for club soda.|
|01:14:09||- Huh. Club soda, yeah.
- Yeah. A couple of sandwiches, too.|
- Put it on my tab.|
|01:14:14||You ever plan on payin' your tab?|
|01:14:16||Yeah, chief. Got the winning
lottery ticket right here.|
|01:14:18||- What's the jackpot?
- $12 million.|
|01:14:20||- I don't think that'll cover it.
- Yeah, but it'll cover your sex change operation.|
- No, thank you.|
|01:14:34||So, you wanted to talk about Will.|
|01:14:37||- Well, it seems to be going well.
- I think so.|
|01:14:43||Have you talked to him at all
about his future?|
|01:14:46||No, we haven't gotten into that yet.
We're still bangin' away at the past.|
|01:14:49||Well, maybe you should. My phone's been
ringing off the hook with job offers.|
|01:14:53||- What kind?
- Well, cutting edge mathematics, think tanks.|
|01:14:57||The kind of place where a mind
like WilI's is given free rein.|
|01:15:01||That's, that's great
that there are offers...|
|01:15:03||but I, I don't really think
he's ready for that.|
|01:15:10||I'm not sure you understand, Sean.|
|01:15:14||- Well, what don't I understand?
- Here you go, guys.|
|01:15:16||- Thanks, Tim.
- Yeah, thank you.|
|01:15:18||Just so you don't get
sticky fingers, huh?|
|01:15:22||Tim, can you help us?
We're tryin' to settle a bet.|
|01:15:27||- You ever heard of Jonas Salk?
- Sure. Cured polio.|
|01:15:31||- Ever heard of Albert Einstein?
|01:15:36||How about Gerald Lambeau?
Ever heard of him?|
- Thank you, Tim.|
|01:15:43||- So, who won the bet?
- I did.|
|01:15:48||This isn't about me, Sean. I'm...|
|01:15:52||I'm nothing compared to this young man.|
|01:15:58||You ever hear of Gerald Lambeau?|
|01:16:00||In 1905 there were hundreds
of professors renown...|
|01:16:03||for their study of the universe,
but it was a...|
|01:16:06||It was a 26-year-old
Swiss patent clerk...|
|01:16:09||doing physics in his spare time
who changed the world.|
|01:16:12||Can you imagine if Einstein
would have given that up...|
|01:16:14||just to get drunk with his buddies
in Vienna every night?|
|01:16:16||We all would've lost something.
Tim would never have heard of him.|
|01:16:21||- Pretty dramatic, Gerry.
- No, it isn't, Sean.|
|01:16:24||This boy has that gift.|
|01:16:27||He just hasn't got the direction,
but we can give that to him.|
in the 1960s...|
|01:16:32||there was a young man graduated
from the University of Michigan.|
|01:16:35||Did some brilliant work in mathematics.|
bounded harmonic functions.|
|01:16:41||Then he went on to Berkeley.
He was assistant professor.|
|01:16:43||Showed amazing potential. Then he moved to
Montana and he blew the competition away.|
|01:16:47||- Yeah, so who was he?
- Ted Kaczynski.|
|01:16:50||Haven't heard of him.|
|01:16:52||- Hey, Timmy!
|01:16:53||- Who's Ted Kaczynski?
|01:16:58||That's exactly what I'm talking about.
We gotta give this kid direction.|
|01:17:03||He can contribute to the world, and,
and we can help him do that.|
|01:17:06||- Direction's one thing. Manipulation's another, all right?
|01:17:09||- We have to let him find...
- Sean, I'm not sitting at home every night twisting my mustache...|
|01:17:12||and hatching a, hatching a plan
to ruin this boy's life.|
|01:17:15||I was doing advanced mathematics
when I was, when I was 18...|
|01:17:18||and it still took me over 20 years to do
something worthy of a Field's medal.|
|01:17:21||Well, maybe he doesn't want
what you want.|
|01:17:23||There's more to life
than a fuckin' Field's medal.|
|01:17:26||This is too important, Sean,
and it's above personal rivalry.|
|01:17:30||Wait a minute. Wait a minute, Gerry.
Let's talk about the boy.|
|01:17:33||Why don't we give him time
to figure out what he wants?|
|01:17:36||That's a wonderful theory, Sean.
It worked wonders for you, didn't it?|
|01:17:39||Yeah, it did,
you arrogant fuckin' prick.|
|01:17:43||Well, I'm sorry.
I'm sorry that I came here today.|
|01:17:46||I came here out of courtesy.
I- I wanted to keep you in the loop.|
|01:17:49||Oh, nice to be in the loop.|
|01:17:51||The boy's in a meeting right now
I set up for him over at McNeil.|
|01:17:55||Well, Will, uh, I'm not
exactly sure what you mean.|
|01:17:59||We've already offered you
|01:18:01||Nobody in this town works
without a retainer, guys.|
|01:18:03||You think you can find somebody who does,
let me tell you, you have my blessin'.|
|01:18:07||But I think we all know that person's
not gonna represent you as well as I can.|
|01:18:10||Will, our offer
i- is $84,000 a year plus...|
|01:18:18||You want us to give you cash
|01:18:21||Whoa-ho-ho. Go easy.
Now, I didn't say that.|
|01:18:25||Allegedly, your situation, for you...|
|01:18:31||would be concurrently improved...|
|01:18:33||if I had $200
in my back pocket right now.|
|01:18:38||Well, I don't think I-I can, uh, uh...
|01:18:42||- I've got $73.
- Uh, will you take a cheque?|
|01:18:48||Let me tell you somethin'.
|01:18:54||I don't know what your reputation is
in this town...|
|01:18:58||but after the shit you tried to pull
today, you can bet I'll be lookin' into you.|
|01:19:02||Now, any business
we have heretofore...|
|01:19:07||you can speak with
my aforementioned attorney.|
|01:19:11||Good day, gentlemen.
And until that day comes...|
|01:19:15||keep your ear to the grindstone.|
|01:19:31||- How's it goin'?
|01:19:39||- You want some help?
|01:19:42||- Come on. Give me one little peek, we'll go to the batting cages.
|01:19:47||It is actually important
that I learn this.|
|01:19:51||- It's really important to me. Okay?
- All right. All right.|
|01:19:56||- So, why don't we just hang out here all day?
- Yes, why don't we?|
|01:20:02||All right, Mr Nosey Parker.|
|01:20:05||Seeing as you're intent
on breaking my balls...|
|01:20:10||let me ask you a question.|
|01:20:14||Do you have a photographic memory?|
|01:20:18||I don't know.
I just kinda remember, you know?|
|01:20:20||I mean, how do you remember your
phone number? You know? You just do.|
|01:20:24||- Well, have you studied organic chemistry?
- A little bit.|
|01:20:27||- Oh, just for fun?
- Yeah, for kicks.|
|01:20:30||Yeah, it's so much fun
studying organic chemistry.|
|01:20:33||Are you mad?|
|01:20:35||Have you completely lost your mind?
Nobody studies it for fun.|
|01:20:39||It's not a, a necessity,
especially for someone like you.|
|01:20:43||- Someone like me?
|01:20:45||Someone who divides their time fairly
evenly between batting cages and bars.|
|01:20:49||I mean, I would hardly say
it was a necessity.|
|01:20:54||You know, there are very smart people
here at Harvard.|
|01:20:57||And even they have to study,
because this is really hard.|
|01:21:01||And yet, you do it so easily.|
|01:21:05||I don't understand. I, I, I don't
understand how your mind works.|
|01:21:08||- Do you play the piano?
- I want to talk about this.|
|01:21:11||No, I'm trying to explain it to you.
Do you play the piano?|
|01:21:13||- Yeah, a bit.
- All right. So when you, when you look at a piano, you see Mozart.|
|01:21:18||- I see "Chopsticks. "
- All right. Well, Beethoven, okay?|
|01:21:22||He looked at a piano, and it just
made sense to him. He could just play.|
|01:21:26||- So, what are you saying? You play the piano?
- No, not a lick.|
|01:21:28||I mean, I look at a piano, I see a bunch
of keys, three pedals and a box of wood.|
|01:21:32||But Beethoven, Mozart,
they saw it, they could just play.|
|01:21:37||I couldn't paint you a picture. I
probably can't hit the ball out of Fenway.|
|01:21:41||And I can't play the piano.|
|01:21:43||But you can do my O-chem paper
in under an hour.|
|01:21:46||Right. Well, I mean, when it came
to stuff like that...|
|01:21:49||I could always just play.|
|01:21:53||That's the best I can explain it.|
|01:21:56||- Come here. I have to tell you something.
|01:21:59||- I have to tell you something.
|01:22:19||- It's not fair.
- What's not fair? What?|
|01:22:23||I've been here for four years...|
|01:22:27||and I've only just found you.|
|01:22:30||Well, you found me.|
|01:22:44||Are you awake?|
|01:22:49||Yes, you are.|
|01:22:54||Will, come to California with me.|
|01:23:03||I want you to come to California
|01:23:11||You sure about that?|
|01:23:16||Yeah, but how do you know?|
|01:23:19||I don't know.
I just know.|
|01:23:23||Yeah, but h-how do you know?|
|01:23:26||I know because I feel it.|
|01:23:31||- 'Cause that's a really serious thing you're sayin'. I mean...
- I, I know.|
|01:23:34||You could be in California next week,
and you know...|
|01:23:36||you might find out something about me
you don't like, and, you know...|
|01:23:40||maybe you wish you hadn't said that, but
you know it's such a serious thing...|
|01:23:43||that you can't take it back,
and now I'm stuck in California...|
|01:23:46||with someone that doesn't really want to
be with me, just wish they had a take-back.|
|01:23:49||A what? What's a take-back?|
|01:23:52||I don't want a take-back.|
|01:23:55||I just want you to come
to California with me.|
|01:23:58||Well, I can't go to California
with you, so...|
|01:24:04||- Why not?
- Well, one, because I, I, I got a job here.|
|01:24:09||And two, because I live here.|
|01:24:12||Look, um, if you don't love me,
you should just tell me because...|
|01:24:16||I'm not sayin' I don't love you.|
|01:24:19||Then why? Why won't you come?
What are you so scared of?|
|01:24:24||What am I so scared of?|
|01:24:27||Well, what aren't you scared of?|
|01:24:30||You live in this safe little world where no one challenges
you, and you're scared shitless to do anything else.|
|01:24:34||- Because that might mean that you'd have to change.
- Don't, don't tell me about my world. Don't tell me about my world.|
|01:24:37||I mean, you just wanna have your little fling
with like the guy from the other side of town.|
|01:24:40||Then you're gonna go off to Stanford.
You're gonna marry some rich prick...|
|01:24:43||who your parents will approve of,
and just sit around...|
|01:24:45||with the other trust-fund babies and talk
about how you went slummin', too, once.|
|01:24:49||Why are you saying this?|
|01:24:52||What is your obsession with this money?|
|01:24:54||My father died when I was 13,
and I inherited this money.|
|01:24:59||You don't think every day I wake up,
and I wish I could give it back.|
|01:25:04||That I would give it back in a second...|
|01:25:06||if it meant I could have one more day
with him, but I can't.|
|01:25:09||And that's my life,
and I deal with it.|
|01:25:11||So don't put your shit on me
when you're the one that's afraid.|
|01:25:14||I'm afraid? W-W-What am I afraid of?
So, what the fuck am I afraid of?|
|01:25:17||You're afraid of me. You're afraid
that I won't love you back.|
|01:25:20||And you know what?
I'm afraid, too!|
|01:25:22||But fuck it, I wanna give it a shot.
And at least I'm honest with you.|
|01:25:26||- I'm not honest with you?
- No. What about your 12 brothers?|
|01:25:32||No, you're not going.
You're not leaving.|
|01:25:34||What do you wanna know? What?
That I don't have 12 brothers?|
|01:25:37||- That I'm a fuckin' orphan? No, you don't wanna hear that.
- I didn't know that. I didn't know that.|
|01:25:39||No, you don't wanna hear that. You don't wanna hear that I
got fuckin' cigarettes put out on me when I was a little kid.|
|01:25:43||- Honey, I didn't know that.
- That this isn't fuckin' surgery.|
|01:25:45||That the motherfucker stabbed me.
You don't wanna hear that shit, Skylar!|
|01:25:49||- I do wanna hear that.
- Don't tell me you wanna hear that shit!|
|01:25:52||- I wanna hear it because I wanna help you, because I wanna be with you.
- Help me? What the fuck!|
|01:25:55||What do I got, a fuckin' sign
on my back that says, "Save me"?|
- Do I look like I need that?|
|01:25:59||- No! God, I just want to be with you because I love you.
- Don't bullshit me. Don't bullshit me.|
|01:26:03||- Don't you fuckin' bullshit me!
- I love you. I love you.|
|01:26:06||I love you.|
|01:26:10||I wanna hear you say
that you don't love me.|
|01:26:14||Because if you say that...|
|01:26:18||then I won't call you...|
|01:26:21||and I won't be in your life.|
|01:26:31||I don't love you.|
|01:27:13||Most people never get to see
how brilliant they can be.|
|01:27:17||They don't find teachers
that believe in them.|
|01:27:20||They get convinced they're stupid.|
|01:27:24||I hope you appreciate
what he's doing...|
|01:27:27||because I've seen how much
he enjoys working with you...|
|01:27:30||not against you.|
|01:27:39||Tom, can you get us some coffee?|
|01:27:47||Now, let's see.|
|01:27:55||Good. This is correct.|
|01:28:00||I see you used Maclaurin here.|
|01:28:02||Yeah, I don't know what
you call it, but...|
|01:28:06||This can't be right.|
|01:28:11||This would be very embarrassing.|
|01:28:17||- Did you ever consider...
- I'm pretty sure it's right.|
|01:28:20||Hey, look, can we do this
at Sean's office from now on?|
|01:28:22||Because I, I gotta knock off work to
come here and the commute is killing me.|
|01:28:28||- But did you think of the possibility...
- It's right.|
Just take it home with you.|
|01:28:38||What happened at the McNeil meeting?|
|01:28:41||I couldn't go. I had a date.
So, uh, so I sent my chief negotiator.|
|01:28:49||On your own time, you can do
whatever you like, Will.|
|01:28:53||But when I set up a meeting with,
with my associates...|
|01:28:56||and you don't show up,
it reflects poorly on me.|
|01:28:58||- Well, then don't set up any more meetings.
- Well, I won't.|
|01:29:01||I'll cancel them.|
|01:29:03||I'll give you a job myself. I, I just
wanted you to see what was out there.|
|01:29:07||Look, maybe I don't wanna spend the, the rest of my
fuckin' life sittin' around explaining shit to people.|
|01:29:18||I think you could show me
|01:29:21||A little appreciation? Do you know
how easy this is for me?|
|01:29:24||Do you have any fuckin' idea how easy
this is? This is a fuckin' joke.|
|01:29:27||And I'm sorry you can't do this.
I really am.|
|01:29:29||Because I wouldn't have to fuckin'
sit here and watch you fumble around...|
|01:29:32||and fuck it up.|
|01:29:39||Then you'd have more time to sit around
and get drunk instead, wouldn't you?|
|01:29:43||You're right. This is probably
a total waste of my time.|
|01:30:01||Yeah, you're right, Will.|
|01:30:05||I can't do this proof.|
|01:30:10||But you can. And when it comes to that,
it's only about...|
|01:30:13||It's just a handful of people in the world
who can tell the difference between you and me.|
|01:30:17||- But I'm one of 'em.
|01:30:19||Yeah, so am I.|
|01:30:22||Most days I wish I never met you...|
|01:30:27||because then I could sleep at night.|
|01:30:29||And I didn't, I didn't have to walk
around with the knowledge...|
|01:30:32||that there was someone like you
|01:30:41||I- I didn't have to watch you
throw it all away.|
|01:30:52||Bill, hold it.|
|01:30:54||Did you hear that?|
|01:30:59||If you're watchin' pornos
in my mom's room again...|
|01:31:02||I'm gonna give you a fuckin' beatin'.|
|01:31:21||What's up, fellas?|
|01:31:24||Morgan, dude, why don't you jerk off
in your own fuckin' house, dude?|
|01:31:27||- That's fuckin' filthy.
- I don't got a V.C.R. At my house.|
|01:31:31||- You're kiddin'.
- Come on. Not in my glove.|
|01:31:35||I didn't, I didn't use the glove.|
|01:31:38||That's my Little League glove.|
|01:31:42||What do you want me to do?|
|01:31:45||I mean, what's wrong with you?|
|01:31:47||You'll hump a baseball glove?|
|01:31:49||I didn't. I didn't.
I just used it for the, for cleanup.|
|01:31:54||Will you stop jerkin' off
in my mother's room, please?|
|01:31:56||- Is there another V.C.R. In the house?
- It's just sad, bro.|
|01:32:01||So why do you think I should work
for the National Security Agency?|
|01:32:06||Well, you'd be working
on the cutting edge.|
|01:32:10||You'd be exposed to the kind of technology
that you wouldn't see anywhere else...|
|01:32:13||because we've classified it.|
chaos math, advanced algorithms.|
|01:32:22||Well, that's one aspect
of what we do.|
|01:32:25||Oh, come on.
I mean, that is what you do.|
|01:32:27||You guys handle 80%
of the intelligence workload.|
|01:32:30||You're seven times the size
of the C.I.A.|
|01:32:33||We don't like to brag
about that, Will.|
|01:32:36||But you're exactly right.|
|01:32:39||So, the way I see it,
the question isn't...|
|01:32:43||"Why should you work for the N.S.A.?"|
|01:32:45||The question is:
"Why shouldn't you?"|
|01:32:48||Why shouldn't I work for the N.S.A.?|
|01:32:52||That's a tough one,
but I'll take a shot.|
|01:32:56||Say I'm workin' at the N.S.A.
And somebody puts a code on my desk.|
|01:32:59||Somethin' no one else can break.|
|01:33:01||Maybe I take a shot at it,
and maybe I break it.|
|01:33:03||And I'm real happy with myself
'cause I did my job well.|
|01:33:05||But maybe that code was the location of some
rebel army in North Africa or the Middle East.|
|01:33:09||And once they have that location, they bomb
the village where the rebels are hidin'.|
|01:33:12||Fifteen hundred people that I never met,
never had no problem with, get killed.|
|01:33:16||Now the politicians are sayin', "Oh,
send in the marines to secure the area. "|
|01:33:20||'Cause they don't give a shit. It won't
be their kid over there gettin' shot.|
|01:33:22||Just like it wasn't them
when their number got called...|
|01:33:24||'cause they were all pullin' a tour
in the National Guard.|
|01:33:26||It'll be some kid from Southie
over there takin' shrapnel in the ass.|
|01:33:29||He comes back to find that the plant
he used to work at...|
|01:33:32||got exported to the country
he just got back from...|
|01:33:34||and the guy who put the shrapnel
in his ass got his old job...|
|01:33:36||'cause he'll work for 15 cents a day
and no bathroom breaks.|
|01:33:39||Meanwhile, he realizes the only reason
he was over there in the first place...|
|01:33:42||was so that we could install a government
that would sell us oil at a good price.|
|01:33:45||And, of course, the oil companies used a little
skirmish over there to scare up domestic oil prices.|
|01:33:49||A cute little ancillary benefit
|01:33:51||but it ain't helpin' my buddy
at $2.50 a gallon.|
|01:33:54||They're takin' their sweet time
bringin' the oil back, of course.|
|01:33:56||Maybe they even took the liberty
of hirin' an alcoholic skipper...|
|01:33:58||who likes to drink martinis and
fuckin' play slalom with the icebergs.|
|01:34:01||It ain't too long till he hits one,
spills the oil...|
|01:34:04||and kills all the sea life
in the North Atlantic.|
|01:34:06||So now by buddy's out of work.
He can't afford to drive...|
|01:34:09||so he's walkin' to the fuckin'
job interviews, which sucks...|
|01:34:11||because the shrapnel in his ass
is givin' him chronic haemorrhoids.|
|01:34:14||And meanwhile, he's starvin' 'cause every
time he tries to get a bite to eat...|
|01:34:16||the only blue plate special they're servin'
is North Atlantic scrod with Quaker State.|
|01:34:21||So what did I think?|
|01:34:23||I'm holdin' out for something better.|
|01:34:27||I figure, fuck it. While I'm at it,
why not just shoot my buddy...|
|01:34:30||take his job,
give it to his sworn enemy...|
|01:34:32||hike up gas prices, bomb a village,
club a baby seal...|
|01:34:35||hit the hash pipe
and join the National Guard?|
|01:34:38||I can be elected president.|
|01:34:40||- You feel like you're alone, Will?
|01:34:44||Do you have a soul mate?|
|01:34:47||Do I have a...
|01:34:50||Somebody who challenges you.|
|01:34:53||- Uh, Chuckie.
- No, Chuckie's family.|
|01:34:55||He'd lie down
in fuckin' traffic for you.|
|01:34:58||No, I'm talkin' about someone who opens
up things for you, touches your soul.|
|01:35:03||- I got... I got...
|01:35:07||- I got plenty.
- Well, name 'em.|
|01:35:10||Shakespeare, Nietzsche, Frost,
O'Connor, Kant, Pope, Locke...|
|01:35:13||- That's great. They're all dead.
- Not to me they're not.|
|01:35:16||Nah. You don't have
a lot of dialogue with them.|
|01:35:20||You can't give back to them, Will.|
|01:35:22||Not without some serious smelling salts
and a heater.|
|01:35:24||Yeah. Yeah, that's what I'm saying.|
|01:35:28||You'll never have that kind
of relationship in a world...|
|01:35:30||where you're always afraid
to take the first step...|
|01:35:32||because all you see is every
negative thing ten miles down the road.|
|01:35:36||- You gonna take the professor's side on this?
- Don't give me a line of shit.|
- Look, I didn't want the job.|
|01:35:40||It's not about the job. I don't care
if you work for the government.|
|01:35:43||But you can do anything you want.
You are bound by nothing.|
|01:35:47||What are you passionate about?
What do you want?|
|01:35:51||I mean, there are guys who work
their entire life layin' brick...|
|01:35:53||so their kids have a chance
at the opportunities you have here.|
|01:35:56||- I didn't ask for this.
|01:35:58||You were born with it, so don't cop out
behind, "I didn't ask for this. "|
|01:36:01||What do you mean, "cop out"? I mean,
w- w-what's wrong with layin' brick?|
- There's nothin' wrong with it. That's, that's somebody's home I'm buildin'.|
|01:36:07||Right. My day laid brick, okay? Busted
his ass so I could have an education.|
|01:36:12||Exactly. That's an honourable profession.
What's wrong with, with fixin' somebody's car?|
|01:36:16||Someone will get to work the next day
because of me. There's honour in that.|
|01:36:18||Yeah, there is, Will. There's honour
in that. And there's honour in...|
|01:36:20||you know, taking that
40-minute train ride...|
|01:36:23||so those college kids could come in
in the morning and the floors are clean.|
|01:36:25||And the wastebaskets are empty.
That's real work.|
|01:36:27||- That's right.
- Right. And that's honourable.|
|01:36:29||Sure, that's why you took that job.
I mean, for the honour of it.|
|01:36:33||I just have a little question here.|
|01:36:35||You could be a janitor anywhere.|
|01:36:38||Why did you work at the most prestigious
technical college in the whole fuckin' world?|
|01:36:42||And why did you sneak around at night
and finish other people's formulas...|
|01:36:45||that only one or two people in the world
could do, and then lie about it?|
|01:36:52||'Cause I don't see a lot of honour
in that, Will.|
|01:36:57||So what do you really want to do?|
|01:37:04||- I wanna be a shepherd.
|01:37:07||I wanna move up to Nashua,
get a nice little spread...|
|01:37:09||get some sheep
and tend to them.|
|01:37:11||- Maybe you should go do that.
|01:37:14||You know, if you're gonna jerk off, why don't
you just do it at home with a moist towel?|
|01:37:17||- You're chuckin' me?
- Yeah, get the fuck outta here.|
|01:37:19||- Hey, no, no, no. Time's not up yet.
- Yeah, it is.|
|01:37:21||- I'm not leavin'. No.
- Listen, you're not gonna answer my questions.|
|01:37:23||- You're wastin' my fuckin' time.
- What? I thought we were friends. What do you mean, you...|
|01:37:26||- Playtime's over, okay?
- Well, why you kickin' me out, Sean? I mean, what... I mean...|
|01:37:30||You're lecturin' me on life?
Look at you, you fuckin' burnout.|
|01:37:33||- What winds your clock?
- Workin' with you.|
|01:37:36||Where's your soul mate? You wanna talk
about soul mates? Where is she?|
- That's right, she's fuckin' dead.|
|01:37:41||She fuckin' dies, and you just
cash in your chips and you walk away?|
|01:37:44||- Hey, at least I played a hand.
- Oh, and you played a hand and you lost. You lost a big fuckin' hand.|
|01:37:48||And some people will lose a big hand like
that and have the sack to ante up again.|
|01:37:52||Look at me.
What do you wanna do?|
|01:38:02||You and your bullshit. You got
a bullshit answer for everybody.|
|01:38:06||But I ask you a very simple question,
and you can't give me a straight answer.|
|01:38:11||Because you don't know.|
|01:38:15||See ya, Bo-Peep.|
|01:38:21||- Fuck you.
- You're the shepherd.|
|01:38:30||White little prick.|
|01:38:33||I just wanted to, you know, um...|
|01:38:35||call you up, uh, before you left, um...|
|01:38:39||I've been takin' all these, uh,
job interviews and stuff...|
|01:38:41||so I'm not gonna be
just a construction worker.|
|01:38:43||Well, you know,
I never really cared about that.|
|01:38:53||I love you.|
|01:39:02||You take care.|
|01:39:04||Someone's always comin'
|01:39:08||- Trailin' some new kill
|01:39:12||Says I seen your picture|
|01:39:14||On a hundred dollar bill|
|01:39:19||What's a game of chance to you|
|01:39:23||In this world|
|01:39:28||Of real skill
So glad to meet you|
|01:39:37||Pickin' up the ticket shows|
|01:39:40||There's money to be made|
|01:39:45||Go on, lose the gamble|
|01:39:47||That's the history of the trade|
|01:39:52||Did you add up
all the cards left to play|
And sign up with people|
|01:40:09||Don't start with me tryin'|
|01:40:15||Will, come on.
|01:40:19||Will, that's it.
We're done here.|
|01:40:22||I'm sitting in your office
and the boy isn't here.|
|01:40:26||Well, it's ten past 5:00.
An hour and ten minutes late.|
|01:40:30||I can make you satisfied
|01:40:34||Well, what if he doesn't show up
and I file a report...|
|01:40:36||saying he wasn't here
and he goes back to jail?|
|01:40:38||Lt won't be on my conscience.|
|01:40:41||Now becoming true|
|01:41:00||Fuck, that's good.|
|01:41:05||So how's your lady?|
|01:41:07||Ah, she's gone.|
|01:41:11||Gone? Gone where?|
|01:41:13||Uh, med school.
Medical school in California.|
|01:41:19||- When was this?
- It was like a week ago.|
|01:41:31||So, uh, when are you done
with those meetin's?|
|01:41:35||I think the week after I'm 21.|
|01:41:37||Yeah? They gonna hook you up
with a job or what?|
|01:41:39||Yeah. Fuckin' sit in a room and do
long division for the next 50 years.|
|01:41:44||Ah, probably make some nice bank though.|
|01:41:47||I'm gonna be a fuckin' lab rat.|
|01:41:49||Better than this shit.
Way outta here.|
|01:41:53||Well, uh, what do I want a way
out of here for?|
|01:41:55||I mean, I'm gonna fuckin' live here
the rest of my life.|
|01:41:57||You know, be neighbours.
You know, have little kids.|
|01:42:00||Fuckin' take them to Little League
together up Foley Field.|
|01:42:06||Look, you're my best friend
so don't take this the wrong way...|
|01:42:09||but in 20 years,
if you're still livin' here...|
|01:42:13||comin' over to my house to watch the
Patriot's games, still workin' construction...|
|01:42:16||I'll fuckin' kill ya.|
|01:42:18||- That's not a threat. That's a fact. I'll fuckin' kill ya.
|01:42:21||What the fuck are you talkin' about?|
|01:42:23||- Look, you got something none of us have.
- Oh, come on. W-Why is it always this?|
|01:42:27||I mean, I fuckin' owe it to myself to do
this or that. What if I don't want to?|
|01:42:31||Oh, no, no, no. No, fuck you.
You don't owe it to yourself.|
|01:42:35||You owe it to me...|
|01:42:37||'cause tomorrow I'm gonna wake up
and I'll be 50...|
|01:42:40||and I'll still be doin' this shit.|
|01:42:43||And that's all right. That's fine.|
|01:42:45||I mean, you're sittin' on
a winnin' lottery ticket.|
|01:42:48||And you're too much of a pussy
to cash it in, and that's bullshit.|
|01:42:53||'Cause I'd do fuckin' anything
to have what you got.|
|01:42:56||So would any of these fuckin' guys.|
|01:42:59||It'd be an insult to us
if you're still here in 20 years.|
|01:43:02||Hangin' around here
is a fuckin' waste of your time.|
|01:43:05||- You don't know that.
- I don't?|
|01:43:07||- No, you don't know that.
- Oh, I don't know that.|
|01:43:09||Let me tell you what I do know.|
|01:43:11||Every day I come by your house
and I pick you up.|
|01:43:14||And we go out and we have a few drinks
and a few laughs, and it's great.|
|01:43:18||You know what the best part
of my day is?|
|01:43:21||For about ten seconds, from when I pull
up to the kerb and when I get to your door.|
|01:43:26||'Cause I think maybe I'll get up there
and I'll knock on the door...|
|01:43:28||and you won't be there.|
|01:43:30||No "goodbye," no "see ya later. "
No nothin'. You just left.|
|01:43:36||I don't know much, but I know that.|
|01:43:51||This is a disaster, Sean.|
|01:43:53||I brought you in here because
I wanted you to help me with the boy.|
|01:43:56||- Not to run him out.
- I know what I'm doing with the boy, Gerry.|
|01:43:58||I don't care if you have a rapport with the boy! I
don't care if you have a few laughs, even at my expense.|
|01:44:02||But don't you dare undermine
what I'm trying to do here.|
- This boy is at a fragile point right now.|
|01:44:07||I do understand. He is at a fragile
point, okay? He's got problems.|
|01:44:11||Well, what problems does he have, Sean? That he's
better off as a janitor? That he's better off in jail?|
|01:44:14||Better off hanging out with a bunch
of retarded gorillas?|
|01:44:17||Oh, why do you think he does that, Gerry?
Do you have any fuckin' clue why? Hmm?|
|01:44:21||He can handle the problems. He can handle
the work, and he obviously handled you.|
|01:44:25||Gerry, listen to me. Listen. Why is he
hiding? Why doesn't he trust anybody?|
|01:44:29||Because the first thing that happened to him, he was
abandoned by the people who were supposed to love him the most.|
|01:44:33||- Oh, come on, don't give me that Freudian crap.
- Oh, no, listen, Gerry.|
|01:44:35||And why does he hang out with those
retarded gorillas, as you call them?|
|01:44:38||Because any one of them, if you asked them to,
would take a fuckin' bat to your head. Okay?|
|01:44:42||- That's called loyalty.
- Yeah, that's very touching.|
|01:44:44||And who is he handling? He pushes people
away before they have a chance to leave him.|
|01:44:48||It's a defence mechanism, all right?|
|01:44:51||And for 20 years he's been alone
because of that.|
|01:44:53||And if you push him right now, it's
gonna be the same thing all over again.|
|01:44:56||And I'm not gonna let
that happen to him.|
|01:44:58||- Now, don't you do that, Sean.
- What, Gerry?|
|01:45:00||Don't you do that. Don't infect him
with the idea that it's okay to quit.|
|01:45:03||That it's okay to be a failure,
because it's not okay, Sean.|
|01:45:06||And if you're angry at me for being, being
successful, for being what you could have been, Sean...|
|01:45:10||- I'm not angry at you, Gerry.
- Oh, yes, you're angry at me, Sean.|
|01:45:13||You resent me. But I'm not gonna
apologize for any, any success I've had.|
|01:45:17||You're angry at me for doing what
you could have done.|
|01:45:20||But ask yourself, Sean. Ask yourself
if you want Will to feel that way.|
|01:45:24||- If you want him to feel like a failure.
- Oh, you arrogant shit!|
|01:45:28||That's why I don't come
to the goddam reunions.|
|01:45:30||'Cause I can't stand
that look in your eye.|
|01:45:32||- You know, that condescending embarrassed look?
- Oh, come on, Sean.|
|01:45:35||You think I'm a failure.
I know who I am.|
|01:45:37||And I'm proud of what I do.
It was a conscious choice.|
|01:45:41||I didn't fuck up.|
|01:45:42||And you and your cronies think
I'm some sort of pity case.|
|01:45:45||You and your kiss-ass chorus following you around
going, "The Field's medal! The Field's medal!"|
|01:45:49||Why are you still so fuckin' afraid
|01:45:52||It's about my medal, is it? Oh, God, I could
go home and get it for you. You can have it.|
|01:45:56||Oh, please don't. You know... You know what, Gerry?
Shove the medal up your fuckin' ass, all right?|
|01:45:59||'Cause I don't give a shit about your medal because
I knew you before you were a mathematical god.|
|01:46:03||When you were pimple-faced and homesick, and
didn't know what side of the bed to piss on.|
|01:46:07||Yeah, you were smarter than me then
and you're smarter than me now.|
|01:46:09||So don't blame me for how your life
turned out. It's not my fault.|
|01:46:11||I don't blame you. It's not about you,
you mathematical dick!|
|01:46:15||It's about the boy.
He's a good kid.|
|01:46:18||And I won't see you fuck him up like
you're trying to fuck up me right now.|
|01:46:21||I won't see you make him feel
like a failure, too.|
|01:46:24||- He won't be a failure, Sean!
- But, but if you push him, Gerry...|
|01:46:27||- If you ride him...
- Sean, I am what I am today...|
|01:46:30||because I was pushed and
because I learned to push myself.|
|01:46:33||He's not you! Do you get that?|
|01:46:38||- I can come back.
- No, come in. Uh...|
|01:46:41||I was just leaving.|
|01:46:54||A lot of that stuff goes back a long way
between me and him.|
|01:46:58||You know. Not about you.|
|01:47:05||- What is that?
- This is your file.|
|01:47:09||I have to send it back to the judge
|01:47:14||Hey, you're not gonna fail me, are you?|
|01:47:20||What's it say?|
|01:47:23||- Wanna read it?
|01:47:29||Have you had any, uh, experience
|01:47:31||Twenty years of counselling.
Yeah, I've seen some pretty awful shit.|
|01:47:36||I mean, have you had any experience
- Yeah, I have.|
|01:47:49||It sure ain't good.|
|01:47:55||My father was an alcoholic.
Mean, fuckin' drunk.|
|01:48:01||He'd come home hammered,
lookin' to whale on somebody.|
|01:48:04||So I'd provoke him so he wouldn't
go after my mother and little brother.|
were when he wore his rings.|
|01:48:14||Yeah, he used to just put
a, uh, a wrench...|
|01:48:17||a stick and a belt
on the table...|
|01:48:20||and just say, "Choose. "|
|01:48:23||Well, I gotta go with the belt
|01:48:24||- I used to go with the wrench.
- Why the wrench?|
|01:48:28||'Cause fuck him, that's why.|
|01:48:31||- Your foster father?
|01:48:34||So, uh, you know, what is it? Like Will has
an attachment disorder? Ls it all that stuff?|
|01:48:41||Fear of abandonment?|
|01:48:43||Is that why, uh, is that why
I broke up with Skylar?|
|01:48:47||- I didn't know you had.
- Yeah, I did.|
|01:48:50||- You wanna talk about it?
|01:48:59||I don't know a lot.|
|01:49:02||But you see this?
All this shit?|
|01:49:11||This is not your fault.|
|01:49:15||Yeah, I know that.|
|01:49:17||Look at me, son.|
|01:49:20||It's not your fault.|
|01:49:23||- I know.
- No. It's not your fault.|
|01:49:30||- I know.
- No, no, you don't.|
|01:49:32||It's not your fault.|
|01:49:37||- I know.
- It's not your fault.|
|01:49:38||- All right.
- It's not your fault.|
|01:49:44||It's not your fault.|
|01:49:46||Don't fuck with me.|
|01:49:51||- It's not your fault.
- Don't fuck with me. All right?|
|01:49:54||- Don't fuck with me, Sean. Not you.
- It's not your fault.|
|01:50:06||It's not your fault.|
|01:50:14||Oh, my God!|
|01:50:17||Oh, my God. I'm so sorry. Oh, God.|
|01:50:36||Fuck them, okay?|
|01:52:04||- Can I help you?
- Yeah, I'm, uh, Will Hunting.|
|01:52:06||- I'm here about a position.
- Could you just have a seat for a moment?|
|01:52:14||Yes, there's a Mr Hunting in the lobby.
He's here for his appointment.|
|01:52:38||Which one did you take?|
|01:52:40||I was over at, uh, McNeil. It's one of
the jobs the professor set me up with.|
|01:52:45||Uh, I haven't told him yet, but I went, I
went down there and I talked to my boss, and...|
|01:52:49||My new boss.
He seemed like a good guy.|
|01:52:52||Is that what you want?|
|01:52:55||Yeah, you know, I think so.|
|01:52:58||Well, good for you.
|01:53:11||So that's, so that's it?
So we're, we're done?|
|01:53:15||Yeah, that's it.|
|01:53:17||You're done. You're a free man.|
|01:53:22||Well, um, I just want you
to know, Sean, that...|
|01:53:26||You're welcome, Will.|
|01:53:34||So, you know, I, I hope
we keep in touch, you know.|
|01:53:37||Yeah, me, too.|
|01:53:39||I'll be travelling around a bit,
and it'll be a little hard, but, uh...|
|01:53:42||I've got an answering machine at
the college I'll be checking in with.|
|01:53:46||So, here's the number.|
|01:53:49||You call that, and I'll
get back to you right away.|
|01:53:54||Yeah, you know,
I figured I'm just gonna...|
|01:53:57||put my money back on the table
and see what kind of cards I get.|
|01:54:03||You do what's in your heart, son.
You'll be fine.|
|01:54:10||- Thank you, Sean.
|01:54:12||Thank you, Will.|
|01:54:16||Hey, does this violate the, uh,
|01:54:19||Nah. Only if you grab my ass.|
|01:54:25||- Take care.
- You, too.|
|01:54:33||Good luck, son.|
|01:54:53||- What's up? Did you guys go?
- No. I had to talk him down.|
|01:54:57||Why didn't you yoke him?|
|01:54:58||Uh, little Morgan's got
a lot of scrap to him.|
|01:55:01||You know, people try to whip his ass
every week. Fuckin' kid won't back down.|
|01:55:04||- What are you sayin' about me?
- Was I talkin' to you? Mind your fuckin' business.|
|01:55:10||- Go get me a beer.
- I ordered two beers.|
|01:55:12||- Hey, asshole.
- What, bitch?|
|01:55:15||- Happy birthday.
- Thought we forgot, huh, bitch? Fuckin' come on.|
|01:55:18||- Come on. I got ya first.
- I'm goin'. I'm goin'.|
|01:55:21||- All right, who's first?
- Come on, motherfucker.|
|01:55:24||- All right. Who's first? Come on. Who's first?
- Oh, Danny boy|
|01:55:27||Here's your present.|
|01:55:31||- Come on, brother.
|01:55:33||Well, we knew you had to get back and
forth to Cambridge for your new job.|
|01:55:36||And, anyway, I wasn't gonna
fuckin' drive you every day, so...|
|01:55:41||- Fuckin' can't be.
- Morgan wanted to get you a "T" pass.|
|01:55:43||That's not what I was sayin'.|
|01:55:45||But, uh, 21 now, so...|
|01:55:48||You're legally allowed to drink, so we
figured the best thing for you, kid, was a car.|
|01:55:51||- How do you like it?
- This is like...|
|01:55:57||This is the ugliest fuckin' car
I ever seen in my life.|
|01:56:01||- Come on, brother.
- How'd you guys do this?|
|01:56:04||You know, me and Bill
scraped together the parts...|
|01:56:06||and, uh, Morgan was out
panhandlin' for change every day.|
|01:56:10||- I had the router do all the bodywork.
- Yeah, I have a fuckin' job, too, brother.|
|01:56:13||Guy's been up my ass for two years about
a job. I had to let him help with the car.|
|01:56:16||So you finally got a job,
|01:56:18||Yeah, had one.
Now I'm fucked again.|
|01:56:20||- So what is it, a lawn mower? What do ya got?
- It's a straight fuckin' six.|
|01:56:23||Me and Bill rebuilt this engine
|01:56:26||It's a good car, dude.
The engine's good. Engine's good.|
|01:56:30||- Happy 21, Will.
- Happy 21, brother.|
|01:56:44||Come on in.|
|01:56:48||- Sean, I, um...
- Me, too, Gerry.|
|01:56:57||- I heard you're takin' some time.
|01:56:58||I'll travel a little bit,
|01:57:03||So where are you going?|
|01:57:05||India and China and Baltimore.|
|01:57:13||- You know when you'll be back?
- Well, I got this flyer the other day.|
|01:57:18||It says, uh, class of '72
is having a reunion in six months.|
|01:57:21||Yeah, I got one of those, too.|
|01:57:23||Why don't you come?
I'll buy you a drink.|
|01:57:26||The drinks at those things are free.|
|01:57:28||I know, Gerry.
I was being ironical.|
|01:57:38||How about a drink right now?|
|01:57:41||Yeah, that's a good idea.|
|01:57:43||Come on. This one's on me.|
|01:57:48||- Got the winner right here, pal.
|01:57:50||Yes, sir, this is the one.|
|01:57:54||This is my ticket to paradise.|
|01:57:56||Sean, do you know what the odds are
against winning the lottery?|
|01:57:58||- What, four to one?
- About 30 million to one.|
|01:58:01||- I still have a shot, you know?
- Yes, just about as big a chance...|
|01:58:06||as you being hit by lightning
here on the staircase right now.|
|01:58:09||Aw, that's a possibility, too, Gerry.|
|01:58:11||- I mean, 32 million. If you look at the size...
|02:01:13||He's not there.|
|02:01:32||I'll fake it through the day|
|02:01:36||Sean, if the professor calls
about that job...|
|02:01:39||just tell him sorry.|
|02:01:42||I had to go see about a girl.
|02:01:47||Son of a bitch.
He stole my line.|
|02:01:54||With two tickets|
|02:01:56||Torn in half for LA|
|02:02:01||With nothing to do|
|02:02:05||Do you miss me|
|02:02:12||Like you say you do|
|02:02:17||I know you'd rather see me gone|
|02:02:22||Than to see me|
|02:02:25||The way that I am|
|02:02:29||But I am in the life anyway|
|02:02:37||The TV's flashing blue|
|02:02:41||Frames on the wall|
|02:02:45||It's a comedy|
|02:02:48||Of errors, you see|
|02:02:50||It's about taking a fall|
|02:03:04||It's easy to do|
|02:03:08||And I try to be|
|02:03:11||But you know me
I come back|
|02:03:15||When you want me to|
|02:03:19||Do you miss me|
|02:03:27||Like you say you do|
|02:03:46||Gonna find my baby
Gonna hold her tight|
some afternoon delight|
|02:03:52||My motto's always been
When it's right, it's right|
|02:03:56||Why wait until the middle
of a cold, dark night|