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发条橙 A Clockwork Orange(1971)英文字幕下载

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电影:发条橙(A Clockwork Orange)

年代:1971

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国家:英国美国

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 There was me.,That is, Alex, and my three droogs.,That is, Pete, Georgie and Dim.,And we sat in the Korova Milk Bar...,...trying to make up our rassoodocks...,... what to do with the evening.,The Korova Milk Bar sold milk plus.,Milk plus vellocet or synthemesc or drencrom...,... which is what we were drinking.,This would sharpen you up...,...and make you ready for a bit of the old ultra-violence.,In Dublin 's fair city,Where the girls are so pretty,I first set my eyes,On sweet Molly Malone,As she wheeled her wheelbarrow,Through streets broad and narrow,Crying cockles,And mussels....,One thing I could never stand...,... was to see a filthy, dirty old drunkie...,...howling away at the filthy songs of his fathers...,...and going "blerp blerp " in between...,...as it might be a filthy, old orchestra in his stinking guts.,I could never stand to see anyone like that, whatever his age.,But more especially when he was real old, like this one was.,Can you spare some cutter, me brothers?,Go on ! Do me in, you bastard cowards!,I don't want to live anyway.,Not in a stinking world like this.,And what's so stinking about it?,It's a stinking world because there's no law and order anymore!,It stinks because it lets the young get onto the old. . .,. . .Like you done!,It's no world for an old man any longer.,What kind of a world is it at all?,Men on the moon .,Men spinning around the earth .,And there's not no attention paid. . .,. . .to earthly law and order no more.,Oh dear land,I fought for thee,It was at the derelict casino that we came across Billy-boy...,...and his four droogs.,They were about to perform a little of the old...,...in-out, in-out on a weepy young devotchka they had there.,Well, if it isn't. . .,. . .fat, stinking. . .,. . .Billy goat Billy-boy in poison .,How are thou . . .,. . .thou globby bottle of cheap, stinking chip-oil?,Come and get one in the yarbles. . .,. . .if you have any yarbles. . .,. . .you eunuch jelly, thou .,Let's get them, boys!,The police!,Come on . Let's go!,The Durango 95 purred away real horrorshow.,A nice warm vibratey feeling all through your guttiwuts.,Soon it was trees and dark, my brothers...,... with real country dark.,We fillied around with other travelers of the night...,...playing Hogs of the Road.,Then we headed west.,What we were after now was the old surprise visit.,That was a real kick...,...and good for laughs and lashing of the old ultra-violent.,Who on earth could that be?,I'll go and see.,Yes, who is it?,Excuse me, can you please help? There's been a terrible accident!,My friend's bleeding to death ! Can I please use your telephone?,We don't have a telephone. You'll have to go somewhere else.,But, missus, it's a matter of life and death !,Who is it, dear?,A young man . He says there's been an accident.,He wants to use the telephone.,I suppose you better let him in .,Wait a minute, will you?,I' m sorry, but we don't usually let strangers in--,What do you want from me?,Right, Pete, check the rest of the house. Dim.,I'm singing in the rain,Just singing in the rain,What a glorious feeling,I'm happy again,I'm laughing at clouds,So dark up above,The sun's in my heart,And I'm ready for love,Let the stormy clouds chase,Everyone from the place,Come on with the rain,I've a smile on my face,I'll walk down the lane,With a happy refrain,And I'm singing,Just singing....
    ...in the rain,Viddy well, little brother.,Viddy well .,We were all feeling a bit shagged and fagged and fashed...,...it having been an evening of some small energy expenditure.,So we got rid of the auto...,...and stopped at the Korova for a nightcap.,Hello, Lucy.,Had a busy night?,We've been working hard too.,Pardon me, Luce.,There was some sophistos from the TV studios around the corner...,...laughing and govoreeting.,The devotchka smeched away...,...not caring about the wicked world one bit.,Then the disk on the stereo twanged off and out.,And in the short silence before the next one came on...,...she suddenly came with a burst of singing.,And it was, like, for a moment, my brothers...,...some great bird had flown into the milk bar.,And I felt all the malenky little hairs on my plott...,...standing endwise.,And the shivers crawling up like slow, malenky lizards...,...and then down again.,Because I knew what she sang.,It was a bit from the glorious 9th, by Ludwig van.,What did you do that for?,For being a bastard with no manners.,Without a dook of an idea about how to comport yourself public-wise.,I don't like you should do what you done.,And I' m not your brother no more and wouldn't want to be.,Watch that.,Do watch that. . .,. . .if to continue to be on live thou dost wish .,Yarbles!,Great, bouncy yarblockos to you !,I'll meet you with chain or nozh or britva anytime.,I' m not having you aiming tolchocks at me reasonless.,It stands to reason, I won't have it.,A nozh scrap anytime you say.,Doobidoob.,A bit tired maybe.,Best not to say more.,Bedways is rightways now .,So best we go homeways and get a bit of spatchka.,Right, right?,Where I lived was with my dada and mum...,...in municipal flat block 18-A Linear North.,It had been a wonderful evening.,And what I needed now to give it the perfect ending...,... was a bit of the old Ludwig van.,Oh, bliss!,Bliss and heaven!,It was gorgeousness and gorgeosity made flesh.,It was like a bird of rarest spun, heaven metal.,Or like silvery wine flowing in a spaceship...,...gravity all nonsense now.,As I slooshied...,...l knew such lovely pictures.,Alex. Alex!,What do you want?,It's past 8 :00, Alex.,You don't want to be late for school, son .,Bit of a pain in the gulliver, Mum.,Leave us be, and I'll try and sleep it off.,And then I'll be as right as dodgers for this after.,But you've not been to school all week, son .,Got to rest, Mum.,Got to get fit.,Otherwise I' m liable to miss a lot more school .,I'll put your breakfast in the oven .,I've got to be off meself now .,All right, Mum.,Have a nice day at the factory.,He's not feeling too good again this morning, Dad.,Yes. Yes, I heard.,You know what time he got in?,No, I don't. I'd taken me sleepers.,I wonder. . .,. . .where exactly is it he goes to work of evenings.,Like he says. . .,. . .it's mostly odd things he does.,Helping-like. . .,. . .here and there as it might be.,Hi, hi, hi, Mr. Deltoid.,Funny surprise, seeing you here.,Alex-boy.,Awake at last, yes?,I met your mother on the way to work, yes?,She gave me the key.,She said something about a pain somewhere.,Hence not at school, yes?,A rather intolerable pain in the head, brother sir.,It should be clear by this afterlunch .,Or certainly by this evening, yes.,The evening's the great time, isn't it, Alex-boy?,-Cup of the old chai, sir? -No time, no time, yes.,Sit, sit, sit!,To what do I owe this extreme pleasure, sir?,Anything wrong, sir?,Wrong? Why should you think of anything being wrong?,Have you been doing something you shouldn't?......

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