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<i>..and there is light.</i>

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<i>There are men and women.</i>

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<i>There's food.</i>

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<i>There are restaurants.</i>

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<i>Disease.</i>

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<i>There's work.</i>

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<i>Traffic.</i>

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<i>The days as we know them.</i>

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<i>The world as we imagine the world.</i>

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Hey.

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Hey.

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How would you feel
about heading home?

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I've only just fallen asleep.

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Well, you have, I haven't.

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I have a tough time sleeping
with someone else in the bed.

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Are you kicking me out?

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I have to go to work soon anyway.

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We dance and drink all night,
we go back to your place, you fuck me

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and now you wake me up
and kick me out?

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I can't sleep
with another person in the bed.

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- That's funny.
- That's just the way it is.

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[cry of seagulls]

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I didn't know
you'd started smoking again.

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What do you feel like doing?

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Throwing stones.

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At what?

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Seagulls.

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Sweetheart.
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- You'll find someone.
- Shut up and throw.

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I suppose I should go back to work.

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Come on.

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Poor baby.

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Lebanon?

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Morocco.

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Morocco.

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Now that's funny.

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- What's funny?
- Seeing you today.

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Hilarious.

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Come with me for a minute, will you?
They want us at the hospital.

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Aren't you going to ask
why I haven't been to work?

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- Well, you've been sick.
- Not sick, just unhappy.

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Well, it's the same thing.

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Unhappy on account of a man.

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No kidding?

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So what are we wanted for?

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Er, to see a patient.

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- Why?
- What's going on?

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Well, we're just going to find out.

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- You know he's really pissed off in there.
- Excuse me.

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When can I take him back home?

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Oh, well, we just need
to talk to him, so...

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- He needs to explain it all again?
- Well...

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Look. Look, listen.

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He called me up, right,
and he told me he was coming home...

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and then all of a sudden his voice breaks
and he bursts into tears.

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Mm-hm.

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And then he starts telling me
that he doesn't see any meaning to life.

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I mean, he's not usually like that.
He's a truck driver.

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OK.

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And then he pulls over at the side
and says he's fine again.

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- Except, he cannae smell any more.
- He can't smell any more?

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Well, I told him to find a hospital

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because, you know,
that isn't normal, is it?

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Hello, er... Donald.

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Stephen Montgomery here again.

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<i>- Hi, I'm Susan.
- Hello, Stephen. Hello, Susan.</i>

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- You can't smell any more?
<i>- </i> That's right, Susan.

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<i>I can't smell any more.</i>

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But is your mood back to normal?

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<i>I've been sitting here for nearly
11 hours. My mood is not great.</i>

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<i>But you don't feel any discomfort
other than a lack of smell?</i>

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No, Susan.

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<i>And has anybody else in your family
or at work had similar experiences?</i>

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I haven't got a clue
cos I'm sitting here, aren't I?

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- What do you want from me?
- I just want your opinion.

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I'm an epidemiologist, Stephen.
So why am I talking to this guy?

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Cos we've got seven more
just like him in Aberdeen.

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Five in Dundee.

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11 right here in Glasgow.
18 in Edinburgh.

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There's over 100 reported cases
in England.
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They've got them in France,
Belgium, Italy, Spain.

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They've all appeared
in the last 24 hours.

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How were they infected?

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I'm not sure they are.

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Meaning?

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Well, all the early indications suggest
no connection between them at all.

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No contact. No pattern. Nothing.

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[glass mutes voice]

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Is my wife still out there?
Let me speak to my wife.

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Please, let me speak to my wife.

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[glass mutes voice]

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STEPHEN:
Maybe it'll just go away.

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- So we won't panic.
- Hm.

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[chatter and laughter]

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Michael, that's a table of 12
just sat down.

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- Where are they, at the bar?
- Yeah.

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Where's that lobster and haggis?
I need that right now.

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- That's table five, mains.
- You're an arsehole.

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- What's the matter with you?
- What?

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- Those starters for table seven...
- That girl was such a sweetheart.

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- What girl?
- "What girl?"

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You just fucked her and dumped her,
didn't you?

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- Poor little baby.
- Theresa, where's those salads?

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OK, one oysters, one soup, an antipasti,
two duck and a steak rare.

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Yes, Chef.

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I'd have made her breakfast.

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Strawberries,
heated the milk for her coffee.

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But they don't want to fuck the nice guy.
They want to fuck the arsehole.

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- Next two checks at the same time.
- Yes, Chef.

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How about those ravioli, boys?
How long on those?

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- Three minutes, Chef.
- Right, right, right.

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- Chef.
- OK, how do we know it's fresh?

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- We smell it?
- No, check the eyes.

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They should be clear.
The gills should be red.

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- It should be firm. And the smell?
- Fishy?

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It can smell fishy.
But, if it does, it's not fresh.

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It should smell like the sea.
Does it smell like the sea?

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- Mostly smells of fish.
- Get me another fucking sea bass.

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One day.

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One day, son, you'll be in love.

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And you'll be miserable.
Table seven. That's your karma.

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- Hot pot!
- Truly in love and miserable.

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Richard, I need that pot back!

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Richard!

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[phone buzzes]

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<i>- Hi, Jen.
- Hi, sweetheart.</i>

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<i>- Listen... [inaudible]
- Really?</i>

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<i>- Do you want to come with me?
- Of course I do.</i>

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<i>Great.</i>

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<i>I can find someone
else if you're busy.</i>

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Don't worry, it might not be that serious.

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I'll call you as soon as I know more.

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- OK?
[wolf whistle]

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You wouldn't happen to have
a spare cigarette?

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<i>- I'm on the phone.
- Who's that you're talking to?</i>

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<i>Oh, nothing.
It's just a guy asking for a cigarette.</i>

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<i>- OK, I better go.
- Yeah.</i>

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<i>- Bye.</i>
- Hmm.

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- OK, OK. Bye.
- Have you got a light?

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How about board and lodging,
while we're at it?

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Nah, I don't even know your name.

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Do you have one, though?

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Shit.

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Oh, dear.

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I'm Michael.
I work in the restaurant there.

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- All right, sailor.
- I'm a chef.

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Good for you.

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Come on, guys. What have we got?

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We've checked all the Scottish cases
but have no obvious matches.

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No proteins mutating, no prions, nothing.

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There's nothing to say it's a virus.
Nothing that matches anything we know.

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But it's fair to say
it isn't obviously contagious.

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It's fair to say it's spreading.

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OK.

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Could be environmental, it could be
a toxin we know nothing about.

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It could be terrorism.

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OK, so it's not a contagion.

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I'll tell them... probably disappear
in a short while and don't panic.

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Maybe they put something in the water.

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<i>Overwhelmed with grief.</i>

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<i>People are hit with all
that they've lost.</i>

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<i>Lovers they never had.</i>

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<i>All the departed friends.</i>

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<i>They think of all the
people they've hurt.</i>

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<i>First, overwhelmed with grief.</i>

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<i>And then no sense of smell.</i>

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<i>That's the disease.</i>

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<i>They call it Severe
Olfactory Syndrome.</i>

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<i>SOS.</i>

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<i>TV: This is a cause for concern and
requires a heightened state of alert.</i>
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<i>But it's not a cause for alarm.</i>

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[news reports in various languages]

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<i>We stand ready for the arrival</i>

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<i>of the first confirmed
case of infection...</i>

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<i>..the World Health Organizations
stepping to level five</i>

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<i>doesn't automatically mean
that the human race...</i>

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<i>They say it isn't contagious.</i>

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<i>But who dare believe that?</i>

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Nothing.

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Well, shall we call it a night?

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I don't know what the fuck
we should call it.

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Let's go chase some pretty ladies, huh?

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- You chase, I'll pick up the pieces.
- I don't feel like it.

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Come on.
You want to watch that, Rich.

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That's what happens when you have
too much high-class fanny.

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He's been gorging himself
on Europe's finest.

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- I'm going to get the Entonox quick!
- What's that?

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Entonox. Laughing gas. Saint Nitrous.

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Patron saint of pastry chefs.

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Richard, don't. It'll make you feel...

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James, leave him alone.

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- Ssh.
- James.

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- I recommend it for you especially, sir.
- Put it back.

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What? Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait.
Stop, stop, stop.

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Sniff my finger?

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Yeah? I can smell that. Oranges.

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Wrong. Balls.

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Man down! Man down!

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Quickly, evacuate! Evacuate!

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- Good night.
- See you later.

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- See you later, boss.
- Cheers, boys.

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Good night.

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- Keep smiling.
- Good night, James.

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- Got your own smokes tonight, sailor?
- I'm still a chef.

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My dad called everybody sailor.

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He worked in the docks all his life.

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He never went sailing anywhere
but he called everybody sailor.

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All right.

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Even people he didn't know.
"Hello, sailor." "Goodbye, sailor."

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Well, you can call me sailor, if you like.
Or Michael.

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When I was a child,
I thought it was really embarrassing.

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Now I'm doing it myself.

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Are you hungry?

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People aren't eating in restaurants these
days and we've got a lot of spare food.

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Hm.

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This is... monkfish cheek.

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Fish is my thing.

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- Good?
- Mmm.

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Mm.

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[they laugh]

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- I'm a bit greedy when I eat.
- Oh, that's all right.

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I had a disorder when I was younger.

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Just trying to catch up.

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So what do you do...
when you're not eating?

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- Death and misery.
- What?

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I'm an epidemiologist.

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I'll get you something sweet.

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This is a mango jelly
and chocolate macaroons.

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And...

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I didn't make these.

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I can't remember what the fuck
that's called, but it's got coconut in it.

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God...

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All that sailor stuff,
it reminds me of him.

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My dad.

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I miss him so much.

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We had so much fun together.
He could always make me laugh.

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Hey... Hey.

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Let me get you...

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Here. This is... This is clean.

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Thank you. [blows nose]

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OK.

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[sobs]

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Here, here. You're all right.

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Do not stand so close. You never know.

246
00:20:54,208 --> 00:20:57,250
- Oh, no, they say it's not contagious.
- We don't know.

247
00:20:57,292 --> 00:20:59,583
It's just something we tell people.

248
00:21:02,750 --> 00:21:06,375
Look... Would you... Would you like me
to take you back to your home?

249
00:21:06,458 --> 00:21:08,042
Yeah? Come on.

250
00:21:08,042 --> 00:21:10,458
You take the cloth. I'll get the...

251
00:21:10,500 --> 00:21:12,292
Come on, come on.

252
00:21:12,375 --> 00:21:14,375
[rain falling]
253
00:21:19,625 --> 00:21:21,625
[she sobs]

254
00:22:09,333 --> 00:22:11,333
[stifled sobbing]

255
00:22:33,042 --> 00:22:35,042
[he sobs]

256
00:22:57,042 --> 00:22:58,583
Oh...

257
00:23:19,125 --> 00:23:22,250
- Hey.
- It's gone.

258
00:23:23,292 --> 00:23:25,875
The smell.

259
00:23:25,917 --> 00:23:28,208
All gone.

260
00:23:58,083 --> 00:24:00,125
Well, I think I'll...

261
00:24:00,833 --> 00:24:03,000
That was a crazy evening.

262
00:24:03,042 --> 00:24:04,708
Yeah.

263
00:24:33,542 --> 00:24:35,750
[clicks tongue]

264
00:24:35,792 --> 00:24:37,792
Good morning.

265
00:24:37,833 --> 00:24:39,208
[sniffs]

266
00:24:39,250 --> 00:24:42,167
Mmm. Well, it has its benefits.

267
00:24:43,333 --> 00:24:45,375
- Yep.
[he sniffs]

268
00:24:50,417 --> 00:24:52,500
We were in the Algarve once,
Maggie and me.

269
00:24:52,542 --> 00:24:56,000
Came home, had a freezer full of food,
there'd been a power cut.

270
00:24:56,042 --> 00:24:58,833
Never smelt anything so disgusting
in my life.

271
00:24:58,875 --> 00:25:00,917
I'll never forget it.

272
00:25:02,750 --> 00:25:04,750
Maybe you will.

273
00:25:06,708 --> 00:25:08,708
Hm.

274
00:25:12,250 --> 00:25:14,250
I've met someone.

275
00:25:14,292 --> 00:25:17,250
- Oh, OK.
- I'm pathetic.

276
00:25:17,333 --> 00:25:19,292
Mm-hm.

277
00:25:19,333 --> 00:25:21,500
I'm not even sure I like him.

278
00:25:22,292 --> 00:25:23,708
OK.

279
00:25:24,500 --> 00:25:27,333
I actually think he's a smooth arsehole.

280
00:25:34,042 --> 00:25:35,500
Now...
281
00:25:37,292 --> 00:25:39,583
It'll probably come back.

282
00:25:39,625 --> 00:25:43,000
But at the moment our customers
won't be able to smell, so...

283
00:25:43,042 --> 00:25:46,250
It'll be like cooking
for snotty-nosed people.

284
00:25:48,042 --> 00:25:50,167
Bring out the big guns, all right?

285
00:25:51,833 --> 00:25:54,125
Maybe a bit of saffron.

286
00:26:01,875 --> 00:26:03,125
Oregano.

287
00:26:06,458 --> 00:26:08,833
Richard, can you get me a clean apple?

288
00:26:11,833 --> 00:26:13,917
<i>Life goes on.</i>

289
00:26:15,208 --> 00:26:17,500
<i>The food becomes spicier...</i>

290
00:26:18,292 --> 00:26:20,125
<i>..saltier...</i>

291
00:26:20,167 --> 00:26:21,625
<i>more sweet...</i>

292
00:26:21,667 --> 00:26:23,292
<i>more sour.</i>

293
00:26:25,083 --> 00:26:26,625
<i>You get used to it.</i>

294
00:26:30,500 --> 00:26:34,833
<i>The greater loss are all the memories
that are no longer triggered.</i>
295
00:26:34,875 --> 00:26:35,875
<i>Ooh-hoo!</i>

296
00:26:35,917 --> 00:26:38,667
<i>Smell and memory
were connected in the brain.</i>

297
00:26:40,167 --> 00:26:43,750
<i>Cinnamon might have reminded you
of your grandmother's apron.</i>

298
00:26:43,792 --> 00:26:47,667
<i>The scent of cut hay
could evoke a childhood fear of cows.</i>

299
00:26:49,167 --> 00:26:53,000
<i>Diesel oil might bring back memories
of your first ferry crossing.</i>

300
00:26:55,208 --> 00:26:59,125
<i>Without smell,
an ocean of past images disappears.</i>

301
00:27:22,667 --> 00:27:24,208
Whoa!

302
00:27:32,208 --> 00:27:34,208
[he whistles]

303
00:27:35,625 --> 00:27:38,125
[whistles again]

304
00:27:42,292 --> 00:27:44,500
I'm off work.

305
00:27:44,542 --> 00:27:46,708
Congratulations.

306
00:27:47,333 --> 00:27:49,833
- Are you OK?
- Yeah.

307
00:27:50,667 --> 00:27:52,667
Any more news on death and misery?
308
00:27:53,417 --> 00:27:54,875
Not really.

309
00:27:55,917 --> 00:27:58,208
I was a really good smeller.

310
00:27:58,250 --> 00:28:00,292
- I bet you were.
- I was.

311
00:28:01,500 --> 00:28:03,500
Do you want a cigarette?

312
00:28:03,542 --> 00:28:06,167
- No, thanks.
- Something else, then?

313
00:28:07,292 --> 00:28:09,750
- Like what?
- Oh, er... are you hungry?

314
00:28:10,500 --> 00:28:11,500
Nah.

315
00:28:12,333 --> 00:28:14,500
I could cook you something special.

316
00:28:14,833 --> 00:28:17,083
Or buy you a lollipop.

317
00:28:17,125 --> 00:28:20,625
We could go for a coffee
and eat apple pie and er... liquorice.

318
00:28:21,708 --> 00:28:23,250
A glass of wine?

319
00:28:24,333 --> 00:28:25,833
Some fresh air?

320
00:28:27,917 --> 00:28:29,917
Come on.

321
00:28:32,375 --> 00:28:33,792
[violin music]
322
00:28:33,833 --> 00:28:36,458
My sister got married here
a few years ago

323
00:28:36,500 --> 00:28:38,667
and I came to stay for a month and...

324
00:28:39,667 --> 00:28:42,417
- Met a guy.
- And then a good job came up.

325
00:28:42,458 --> 00:28:44,208
And now, ladies and gentlemen.

326
00:28:44,250 --> 00:28:46,083
We'll call upon a new smell.

327
00:28:46,125 --> 00:28:48,792
The scent of the forest
after the spring rain.

328
00:28:49,500 --> 00:28:52,000
We imagine the path
underneath our feet.

329
00:28:52,750 --> 00:28:57,042
We see the green moist color
surrounding us.

330
00:28:57,708 --> 00:29:02,333
And we feel the wet branches
against our faces.

331
00:29:05,583 --> 00:29:07,583
And now imagine...

332
00:29:08,333 --> 00:29:10,292
- Oh...
- We pass between the trees.

333
00:29:10,333 --> 00:29:12,917
- I'm not going on my own. Come on.
- Oh, no.

334
00:29:13,000 --> 00:29:15,500
And we begin drawing in the air.

335
00:29:15,542 --> 00:29:17,583
Deep inside.

336
00:29:17,625 --> 00:29:19,833
And enjoy the moment.

337
00:29:23,917 --> 00:29:26,125
The humidity level is high.

338
00:29:26,167 --> 00:29:27,667
[plays dramatic tune]

339
00:29:32,917 --> 00:29:38,458
At the lower end there is the moss,
the fungi, the rotten leaves.

340
00:29:44,125 --> 00:29:47,750
The middle tone is the tall, fresh grass.

341
00:29:48,417 --> 00:29:51,125
A crisp and almost invigorating scent.

342
00:29:51,917 --> 00:29:53,917
[plucks high notes]

343
00:29:54,833 --> 00:29:58,542
And at the top we feel
not only the leaves and the rainwater,

344
00:29:58,583 --> 00:30:00,583
but also the sky.

345
00:30:00,625 --> 00:30:02,417
[high, ringing note]

346
00:30:02,500 --> 00:30:06,833
On a day like this...
we can smell the sky itself.

347
00:30:08,708 --> 00:30:10,708
[mellow tune]

348
00:30:21,083 --> 00:30:23,250
What shall we do now?

349
00:30:26,375 --> 00:30:29,083
Well, now you could invite me
back to your place.

350
00:30:30,625 --> 00:30:32,625
Don't know if I will.

351
00:30:34,625 --> 00:30:37,167
Well, you... you can just start
walking home...

352
00:30:37,833 --> 00:30:39,833
..and I'll follow you.

353
00:30:53,667 --> 00:30:55,667
[she laughs]

354
00:31:28,208 --> 00:31:30,208
- Oh.
[they laugh]

355
00:31:44,500 --> 00:31:46,500
[sniffs]

356
00:31:50,708 --> 00:31:52,583
Mm.

357
00:31:52,625 --> 00:31:55,000
I should have made a bigger effort
to sniff you

358
00:31:55,041 --> 00:31:57,041
the first time we were lying here.

359
00:31:59,000 --> 00:32:00,750
Mm.

360
00:32:01,583 --> 00:32:03,666
A pity.

361
00:32:10,541 --> 00:32:12,541
What do you want?

362
00:32:14,250 --> 00:32:16,416
What do I want?

363
00:32:17,666 --> 00:32:19,666
Yeah.

364
00:32:21,916 --> 00:32:25,833
Well, soon I'd like to close my eyes
and try and go to sleep.

365
00:32:27,208 --> 00:32:32,041
Which is a big deal for me cos usually
I... I can't sleep in bed with someone.

366
00:32:52,250 --> 00:32:54,333
I need to be by myself.

367
00:32:54,375 --> 00:32:55,791
OK?

368
00:32:56,541 --> 00:32:59,333
- Now?
- Now, yes.

369
00:33:00,166 --> 00:33:02,166
You want me to leave?

370
00:33:02,208 --> 00:33:04,250
I live here, so I guess you'll have to.

371
00:33:04,916 --> 00:33:07,000
- Now?
- Yes, please.

372
00:33:09,791 --> 00:33:12,000
Did I say something wrong?

373
00:33:34,166 --> 00:33:38,666
Ah... Let me give you my... card,

374
00:33:38,708 --> 00:33:43,250
in case you want to, you know...
call me or something.

375
00:33:43,333 --> 00:33:45,000
You have a card?
376
00:33:45,041 --> 00:33:48,416
I had a catering company
that didn't do very well.

377
00:33:48,458 --> 00:33:51,625
Not very many clients. Lots of cards.

378
00:33:58,500 --> 00:34:00,416
You can call me.

379
00:34:00,500 --> 00:34:02,541
My number's on there, and my address.

380
00:34:03,375 --> 00:34:05,583
And I guess you know
where I work, so...

381
00:34:14,416 --> 00:34:16,416
[door bangs]

382
00:34:28,041 --> 00:34:31,416
MAN: Repent, sinners!
The day of the Lord is upon you.

383
00:34:31,500 --> 00:34:34,083
Do you know that this is
the day of the Lord?

384
00:34:34,125 --> 00:34:36,291
The prophecy has been spoken.

385
00:34:36,375 --> 00:34:40,083
Do you pray?
Are you aware of your sins?

386
00:34:40,125 --> 00:34:43,500
Come back and be aware.
This is the day of the prophecy!

387
00:35:27,875 --> 00:35:29,333
Hello.

388
00:35:30,666 --> 00:35:32,208
No flowers?
389
00:35:40,041 --> 00:35:42,166
She loved flowers, Michael.

390
00:35:58,500 --> 00:36:00,541
Ian got married...

391
00:36:01,416 --> 00:36:03,416
in a church with the full monty.

392
00:36:03,500 --> 00:36:05,458
Eugh!

393
00:36:05,500 --> 00:36:08,666
Apparently, she's pregnant, his bride.

394
00:36:11,250 --> 00:36:13,250
And what about this Michael?

395
00:36:14,750 --> 00:36:16,750
What about him?

396
00:36:16,750 --> 00:36:18,500
He sounds nice.

397
00:36:19,250 --> 00:36:20,833
I don't know.

398
00:36:20,875 --> 00:36:22,875
I usually pick arseholes.

399
00:36:24,250 --> 00:36:27,166
Well, they can't all be arseholes.
They just can't.

400
00:36:28,208 --> 00:36:30,750
- I'm trying to take care of myself.
- Right.

401
00:36:32,250 --> 00:36:34,250
You do that a lot, don't you?

402
00:36:35,875 --> 00:36:37,875
- Fuck you, sailor!
[laughs]
403
00:36:37,916 --> 00:36:40,166
[children clamouring]

404
00:36:40,166 --> 00:36:42,625
Can I have sweets?

405
00:36:42,666 --> 00:36:44,666
Let me see.

406
00:36:44,708 --> 00:36:46,208
Hmm...

407
00:36:47,458 --> 00:36:49,500
- Ta-da!
- Whoo!

408
00:36:50,208 --> 00:36:52,541
- What do you say?
- One for you and one for you.

409
00:36:52,583 --> 00:36:54,583
Not soap.

410
00:36:57,000 --> 00:36:59,416
Big Soap. Big Soap.

411
00:37:00,000 --> 00:37:05,583
Apparently, Big Tobacco and
Big Fizzy Cola have formed this cartel

412
00:37:05,625 --> 00:37:08,833
to start selling <i>wait for it</i>
fruity flavoured oxygen.

413
00:37:09,375 --> 00:37:13,125
In order to create a proper market for it,
they've enlisted Big Soap.

414
00:37:13,708 --> 00:37:18,000
Big Soap have flooded the environment
with enough organophosphates

415
00:37:18,041 --> 00:37:21,125
to temporarily disable
your central nervous system.
416
00:37:21,166 --> 00:37:23,166
That's why I've stopped washing...

417
00:37:23,208 --> 00:37:25,750
in case you were wondering
what the smell was.

418
00:37:26,750 --> 00:37:28,750
You don't half talk some shite.

419
00:37:31,000 --> 00:37:35,250
<i>Environmental groups are sure it's
the start of an ecological apocalypse</i>

420
00:37:35,291 --> 00:37:38,791
<i>caused by pollution and genetically
modified plants and hormones.</i>

421
00:37:39,333 --> 00:37:42,750
<i>Intelligence claims
it's an attack on the free world.</i>

422
00:37:43,416 --> 00:37:45,833
<i>All indicators point
to fundamentalists.</i>

423
00:37:45,833 --> 00:37:50,000
<i>The fundamentalists talk of God's
punishment on a world of unbelievers...</i>

424
00:37:50,708 --> 00:37:53,208
<i>and promise that all pure people
of the right faith</i>

425
00:37:53,250 --> 00:37:56,166
<i>will regain their sense of smell
in the final days.</i>

426
00:37:57,500 --> 00:38:00,250
<i>Others talk of the degenerate
capitalist system</i>

427
00:38:00,291 --> 00:38:04,125
<i>that has released a military virus
to stimulate the economy.</i>

428
00:38:06,250 --> 00:38:08,250
<i>And there are other theories.</i>

429
00:38:27,458 --> 00:38:29,500
[shouting]

430
00:38:37,708 --> 00:38:41,500
STEPHEN: Wake up.
There is so much hatred in the world!

431
00:38:41,500 --> 00:38:43,541
There's so much hatred!

432
00:38:44,041 --> 00:38:46,291
- Easy.
- So much hatred in the world!

433
00:38:46,375 --> 00:38:49,250
- They're fucking plotting against us.
- Stephen, calm down.

434
00:38:49,750 --> 00:38:52,291
They want to blow us up.
They want to destroy us.

435
00:38:53,291 --> 00:38:55,291
Fucking so much...

436
00:38:55,916 --> 00:38:58,583
- So much hatred.
- Ssh, ssh.

437
00:38:59,583 --> 00:39:01,125
There.

438
00:39:01,875 --> 00:39:05,875
So many sharp edges.
So many sharp edges.

439
00:39:05,916 --> 00:39:07,791
- That's OK.
- Sharp things.

440
00:39:07,833 --> 00:39:10,208
I've just given him
as much sedative as I dare.
441
00:39:10,208 --> 00:39:12,666
- So many sharp edges.
- It'll kick in in a second.

442
00:39:12,708 --> 00:39:14,708
So many sharp edges.

443
00:39:14,750 --> 00:39:17,250
- Normally so soft. We are so soft.
- It's all right.

444
00:39:33,041 --> 00:39:35,041
[distant shouts]

445
00:40:08,666 --> 00:40:10,083
[panting]

446
00:40:10,083 --> 00:40:12,125
Hey, are you all right?

447
00:40:12,583 --> 00:40:14,583
I can't die alone.

448
00:40:14,625 --> 00:40:16,625
I'm here with you. I'm Barbara.

449
00:40:16,666 --> 00:40:18,291
I work in research.

450
00:40:18,375 --> 00:40:21,000
- I've seen you in the canteen.
- That's how it'll end.

451
00:40:21,000 --> 00:40:23,041
Without anybody loving me.

452
00:40:24,125 --> 00:40:26,125
Come on, now, just calm down.

453
00:40:26,166 --> 00:40:27,583
What's your name?

454
00:40:28,541 --> 00:40:30,541
Oh, no.
455
00:40:30,583 --> 00:40:32,708
See, the thing is, your body, OK?

456
00:40:32,750 --> 00:40:34,458
It betrays... It betrays itself.

457
00:40:34,500 --> 00:40:36,125
- Stop, Michael.
- No, no, listen.

458
00:40:36,125 --> 00:40:38,833
Your body,
it takes away the color of your skin.

459
00:40:38,875 --> 00:40:41,208
And... And betrays your... your spirit.

460
00:40:41,250 --> 00:40:42,708
Michael, stop.

461
00:40:42,750 --> 00:40:44,750
Can I get some water over here?

462
00:40:45,375 --> 00:40:47,000
That's OK, it's OK.

463
00:40:47,041 --> 00:40:50,666
Pissing and bleeding and fucking puss
is coming out of your ear!

464
00:40:50,666 --> 00:40:53,250
- There's no puss.
- I've seen it. I've seen it!

465
00:40:53,291 --> 00:40:55,166
At the end, you're all alone.

466
00:40:55,250 --> 00:40:56,583
Don't say that.

467
00:40:56,625 --> 00:40:58,750
You die on your own and it gets all dark.

468
00:40:58,791 --> 00:41:01,791
It's not true! Don't say that!
You're not on your own!

469
00:41:01,833 --> 00:41:03,833
You're not on your own!

470
00:41:03,875 --> 00:41:07,208
All your body, it turns...
it turns to fucking soup.

471
00:41:07,250 --> 00:41:08,458
<i>First the terror.</i>

472
00:41:08,500 --> 00:41:11,583
Don't leave me. Don't leave me, Michael.

473
00:41:11,625 --> 00:41:13,625
Don't leave me.

474
00:41:15,666 --> 00:41:17,708
<i>And then a moment of hunger.</i>

475
00:41:17,750 --> 00:41:19,750
Oh, my God. What's happened?

476
00:41:20,708 --> 00:41:23,416
Oh, my God, what's happened?
What's happening?

477
00:42:03,916 --> 00:42:05,916
[horn blares]

478
00:43:11,833 --> 00:43:13,875
[groans]

479
00:43:43,875 --> 00:43:47,125
<i>This is how the sense of taste
disappears from our world.</i>

480
00:43:53,125 --> 00:43:56,041
<i>They don't even have time
to give the disease a name.</i>

481
00:43:57,291 --> 00:43:57,750
[dog barks in distance]

482
00:43:57,791 --> 00:43:59,291
[dog barks in distance]

483
00:44:23,333 --> 00:44:25,875
Do you think
we'll lose our other senses too?

484
00:44:29,583 --> 00:44:31,583
Smell and taste are related.

485
00:44:31,625 --> 00:44:33,625
They're the two chemical senses.

486
00:44:34,833 --> 00:44:37,250
So the other ones
might be all right, then?

487
00:44:38,166 --> 00:44:39,875
They might.

488
00:44:39,875 --> 00:44:41,916
Just have to wait and see.

489
00:44:42,916 --> 00:44:44,916
That's right, sailor.

490
00:44:51,250 --> 00:44:53,250
And what happens if you're wrong?

491
00:45:00,708 --> 00:45:02,750
[whispers]:
Then we're fucked.

492
00:46:47,833 --> 00:46:49,416
Hey.

493
00:46:49,458 --> 00:46:51,125
Hi.

494
00:46:52,625 --> 00:46:54,625
It's still out there.

495
00:46:55,708 --> 00:46:57,708
What is?

496
00:46:57,750 --> 00:46:59,750
The world.

497
00:47:01,250 --> 00:47:03,250
What can you see?

498
00:47:03,333 --> 00:47:05,208
People.

499
00:47:05,250 --> 00:47:07,250
What are they doing?

500
00:47:08,166 --> 00:47:10,166
They're heading off to work.

501
00:47:13,916 --> 00:47:15,916
What should we do?

502
00:47:19,250 --> 00:47:21,250
We go to work as well.

503
00:47:25,291 --> 00:47:27,291
Do we kiss each other first...

504
00:47:29,208 --> 00:47:30,791
Maybe.

505
00:47:33,041 --> 00:47:35,250
..Say we'd like to see each other again?

506
00:47:36,791 --> 00:47:38,791
We probably do.

507
00:47:38,833 --> 00:47:40,833
Maybe even this evening.

508
00:47:47,708 --> 00:47:48,791
Maybe.

509
00:47:51,250 --> 00:47:53,250
And are we looking forward to that?

510
00:47:54,708 --> 00:47:55,875
Yes!
511
00:48:04,541 --> 00:48:06,541
I may not even have a job any more.

512
00:48:11,666 --> 00:48:14,458
Forget it, Michael, we're closed.
We're closed.

513
00:48:14,500 --> 00:48:16,500
We'll open again.

514
00:48:16,541 --> 00:48:18,666
People can't smell, they can't taste.

515
00:48:20,333 --> 00:48:22,333
They're going to buy flour and fat.

516
00:48:23,000 --> 00:48:25,000
That's all you need to survive.

517
00:48:26,666 --> 00:48:28,666
Take a hit on that. Go on. Go on.

518
00:48:29,666 --> 00:48:31,125
Drink that.

519
00:48:31,166 --> 00:48:33,250
Now, that is damned expensive brandy.

520
00:48:33,333 --> 00:48:35,250
Damned, damned expensive.

521
00:48:35,333 --> 00:48:38,500
But you might as well
drink surgical spirit or sniff glue.

522
00:48:38,541 --> 00:48:40,541
It doesn't matter.

523
00:48:40,583 --> 00:48:42,125
Flour and fat.

524
00:48:42,166 --> 00:48:44,500
- And yet it does matter.
- There's no difference.
525
00:48:44,541 --> 00:48:46,208
No, I think you're wrong.

526
00:48:46,916 --> 00:48:48,583
Life goes on.

527
00:48:53,083 --> 00:48:54,500
[exhales heavily]

528
00:48:55,500 --> 00:48:57,250
They'll come back.

529
00:48:57,291 --> 00:48:59,458
People will ask each other
out to dinner again.

530
00:48:59,500 --> 00:49:02,208
They'll toast each other
while we take care of their needs.

531
00:49:02,250 --> 00:49:06,000
- Yeah, and serve them flour and fat.
- No, anything but flour and fat.

532
00:49:12,500 --> 00:49:14,125
We'll be all right.

533
00:49:36,458 --> 00:49:40,541
<i>Slowly things return to normal
and life goes on.</i>

534
00:49:45,541 --> 00:49:48,250
<i>People do what they did before
as best they can.</i>

535
00:49:59,375 --> 00:50:01,125
[crunches]

536
00:50:06,041 --> 00:50:08,041
[crunches]

537
00:50:09,375 --> 00:50:13,125
<i>Within a few weeks,
taste becomes a distant memory.</i>

538
00:50:13,500 --> 00:50:16,208
<i>And different sensations
take its place.</i>

539
00:50:16,250 --> 00:50:18,250
[bagpipes Play]

540
00:50:31,333 --> 00:50:32,375
[sighs]

541
00:50:39,291 --> 00:50:42,916
<i>In restaurants, it's all about offering
another person dinner,</i>

542
00:50:43,708 --> 00:50:45,708
<i>letting yourself be waited on,</i>

543
00:50:46,500 --> 00:50:50,083
<i>listening to the trickle of wine
and the clink of glasses.</i>

544
00:50:56,708 --> 00:50:59,250
"Not only has the food
received special attention,

545
00:50:59,333 --> 00:51:02,583
but also the temperature of the food
and its consistency.

546
00:51:02,625 --> 00:51:04,625
And we tried it all,

547
00:51:04,666 --> 00:51:07,583
from the freezing cold
to the scorching hot.

548
00:51:08,458 --> 00:51:11,125
It was dry, it was moist, it was crisp,

549
00:51:11,166 --> 00:51:16,375
it was spongy, it was crunchy
and it was all at the highest level,

550
00:51:16,458 --> 00:51:18,458
up to and including the dessert...

551
00:51:19,083 --> 00:51:23,500
a light pudding with caramelized knots
and a bright orange sorbet,

552
00:51:23,541 --> 00:51:27,625
and a dark blue... dark blue coulis
on blackberries and blackcurrant."

553
00:51:28,500 --> 00:51:30,250
Chew on that.

554
00:51:30,916 --> 00:51:32,250
Great.

555
00:51:32,333 --> 00:51:34,333
Life goes on.

556
00:51:42,000 --> 00:51:44,000
My dad let me shave him once.

557
00:51:45,541 --> 00:51:47,541
I was eight.

558
00:51:47,583 --> 00:51:50,125
I managed to do it
without a single scratch.

559
00:51:52,000 --> 00:51:54,000
I was very proud.

560
00:51:54,541 --> 00:51:56,541
And then...

561
00:51:56,583 --> 00:51:59,625
he went to the sink
and he shaved himself all over again

562
00:51:59,666 --> 00:52:01,666
as if I hadn't been there.

563
00:52:03,125 --> 00:52:05,125
I was devastated.

564
00:52:07,250 --> 00:52:09,250
Your turn.
565
00:52:13,291 --> 00:52:14,791
[laughs]

566
00:52:29,750 --> 00:52:32,000
Here, try. It's soft.

567
00:52:35,041 --> 00:52:37,041
- Mmm.
- Yeah?

568
00:52:37,083 --> 00:52:39,083
Mmm! Mmm.

569
00:52:43,583 --> 00:52:45,583
- Want to go dancing?
- Sure.

570
00:52:45,625 --> 00:52:47,000
- And get drunk?
- Sure.

571
00:52:47,041 --> 00:52:48,791
- And smoke cigarettes?
- Always.

572
00:52:48,833 --> 00:52:52,750
- There's still pleasures in the world, eh?
- Let's have them. All of them.

573
00:52:52,791 --> 00:52:54,291
Here.

574
00:52:54,375 --> 00:52:56,166
[giggles]

575
00:53:05,291 --> 00:53:07,291
Oh! [laughs]

576
00:53:15,583 --> 00:53:17,583
<i>I got soap in my eye!</i>

577
00:53:19,666 --> 00:53:21,666
CASTANETS:
No Voice Was Raised

578
00:53:29,250 --> 00:53:31,250
No-one sentenced us

579
00:53:32,291 --> 00:53:34,250
Let's play a game, sailor.

580
00:53:34,291 --> 00:53:35,916
What game?

581
00:53:36,000 --> 00:53:38,000
It's called, "Make me special".

582
00:53:38,041 --> 00:53:40,041
What are the rules?

583
00:53:40,083 --> 00:53:41,583
Only one.

584
00:53:41,625 --> 00:53:43,625
Just tell me something.

585
00:53:43,666 --> 00:53:45,375
Something...?

586
00:53:45,416 --> 00:53:48,041
Something other people
don't know about you.

587
00:53:48,791 --> 00:53:51,208
- Something secret.
- Like what?

588
00:53:53,625 --> 00:53:55,625
Unpoliced

589
00:53:58,208 --> 00:54:01,833
My sister's got two kids
and sometimes I hate them.

590
00:54:01,875 --> 00:54:03,875
We drew uncertain breath

591
00:54:05,166 --> 00:54:07,500
The loss piled high unchecked

592
00:54:14,250 --> 00:54:16,250
I can't have children.

593
00:54:22,291 --> 00:54:24,250
My ovaries are crippled.

594
00:54:24,291 --> 00:54:26,291
My eggs are no good.

595
00:54:27,666 --> 00:54:29,666
Because of not eating.

596
00:54:33,125 --> 00:54:37,000
I pretend that I'm not that into them,
that I have an interesting job.

597
00:54:40,666 --> 00:54:42,250
Anyway...

598
00:54:44,458 --> 00:54:46,083
..I can't have them.

599
00:54:52,208 --> 00:54:53,333
Your turn.

600
00:54:53,375 --> 00:54:55,375
No-one jailed us

601
00:54:58,625 --> 00:55:00,208
I had a girlfriend.

602
00:55:01,125 --> 00:55:02,875
You don't get this game, do you?

603
00:55:02,916 --> 00:55:05,875
No, we had erm... a wedding planned.

604
00:55:08,041 --> 00:55:09,916
And she got sick.

605
00:55:10,833 --> 00:55:12,833
She got really sick.

606
00:55:13,708 --> 00:55:17,875
You could smell there was something
wrong inside her, like something damp,

607
00:55:17,916 --> 00:55:19,916
something from a basement.

608
00:55:23,791 --> 00:55:25,791
I didn't stay with her.

609
00:55:26,625 --> 00:55:28,625
I didn't look after her, I ran away.

610
00:55:32,500 --> 00:55:34,500
I make myself go and visit her grave.

611
00:55:35,291 --> 00:55:38,500
At first it was once a week
and then maybe it was once a month

612
00:55:38,541 --> 00:55:39,916
and now less.

613
00:55:41,625 --> 00:55:43,625
I go there to feel guilty, you know?

614
00:55:45,208 --> 00:55:48,416
I thought I would feel guilty
for the rest of my life but...

615
00:55:50,416 --> 00:55:52,416
..actually it's starting to fade.

616
00:55:52,500 --> 00:55:54,500
And no song was sung

617
00:55:59,125 --> 00:56:01,500
- You're an arsehole?
- I am.

618
00:56:04,291 --> 00:56:07,125
No voice was raised

619
00:56:14,583 --> 00:56:16,583
It works.

620
00:56:17,916 --> 00:56:19,375
It works.

621
00:56:19,416 --> 00:56:21,375
You're making me yours.

622
00:56:21,416 --> 00:56:23,416
- I'm an arsehole.
- So am I.

623
00:56:23,500 --> 00:56:25,500
A couple of arseholes.

624
00:56:26,500 --> 00:56:28,500
Mr and Mrs Arsehole.

625
00:56:40,166 --> 00:56:42,166
No song was sung

626
00:56:53,541 --> 00:56:57,166
<i>So this is the situation
here in Bangkok, Thailand.</i>

627
00:56:57,208 --> 00:56:59,666
<i>We call it Severe
Hearing Loss Syndrome,</i>

628
00:56:59,708 --> 00:57:01,666
<i>and we still do not
know much about it.</i>

629
00:57:01,708 --> 00:57:03,708
<i>Anger, rage, hate.</i>

630
00:57:04,750 --> 00:57:06,500
<i>And then they go deaf.</i>

631
00:57:06,541 --> 00:57:08,666
And how does it spread?

632
00:57:13,041 --> 00:57:16,916
<i>I can't hear you very well but! do not
know what to do. Tell me what to do.</i>

633
00:57:17,000 --> 00:57:18,375
[sound cuts out and distorts]
634
00:57:18,416 --> 00:57:20,416
<i>..standing there looking at me!</i>

635
00:57:20,500 --> 00:57:22,500
[sound distortion increases]

636
00:57:23,708 --> 00:57:25,708
<i>Why are you just looking at me?</i>

637
00:57:25,750 --> 00:57:27,666
[distorted shouting]

638
00:57:27,708 --> 00:57:29,708
<i>You help us now!</i>

639
00:57:29,750 --> 00:57:32,250
[sounds cuts in and out]

640
00:57:32,333 --> 00:57:34,125
<i>..help us now!</i>

641
00:57:34,208 --> 00:57:36,541
<i>..send some help quick!</i>

642
00:57:38,791 --> 00:57:40,791
<i>Send some help now!</i>

643
00:57:48,833 --> 00:57:50,833
I think it's OK to panic now.

644
00:57:52,458 --> 00:57:55,375
<i>And that's basically
what the world does.</i>

645
00:57:55,416 --> 00:57:57,416
<i>Severe Hearing Loss Syndrome.</i>

646
00:57:58,000 --> 00:58:00,000
<i>Spreads from Thailand,</i>

647
00:58:00,708 --> 00:58:02,875
<i>across India to China,</i>

648
00:58:02,916 --> 00:58:04,916
<i>Russia and beyond.</i>

649
00:58:41,208 --> 00:58:42,500
<i>Rage.</i>

650
00:58:42,541 --> 00:58:44,000
<i>Anger.</i>

651
00:58:45,041 --> 00:58:46,125
<i>Hatred.</i>

652
00:58:47,333 --> 00:58:49,333
<i>And then the loss of another sense.</i>

653
00:58:58,750 --> 00:59:01,458
<i>All the unaffected can do is wait.</i>

654
00:59:23,500 --> 00:59:25,125
Ta-da.

655
00:59:25,166 --> 00:59:28,791
- Can you still get film for those?
- Yeah, I got some from my uncle.

656
00:59:28,833 --> 00:59:30,833
[camera whirs]

657
00:59:30,875 --> 00:59:32,875
He was a collector.

658
00:59:32,916 --> 00:59:34,916
What did he collect?

659
00:59:35,708 --> 00:59:38,000
Polaroid cameras.

660
00:59:40,500 --> 00:59:42,166
Here.

661
00:59:47,875 --> 00:59:49,875
[distant screaming]

662
01:00:00,750 --> 01:00:04,750
Incubation period is dropping all the time.
It's down from 24 hours to about 11.
663
01:00:04,791 --> 01:00:06,166
It's very aggressive.

664
01:00:06,208 --> 01:00:08,250
[mobile rings]
- Yeah?

665
01:00:08,291 --> 01:00:09,875
[pager bleeps]

666
01:00:09,916 --> 01:00:12,833
Yeah, we stick with the 2006 plan.

667
01:00:12,875 --> 01:00:14,875
- Stephen.
- OK?

668
01:00:15,708 --> 01:00:17,291
It's still valid.

669
01:00:17,333 --> 01:00:20,041
Isolate the first ones,
get ready for loads more.

670
01:00:21,083 --> 01:00:24,083
They're saying a child was born
in Berlin with all its senses.

671
01:00:24,875 --> 01:00:27,041
There might be a chance of antibodies.

672
01:00:30,833 --> 01:00:32,416
[distant sirens]

673
01:00:32,458 --> 01:00:35,416
- What's going on?
- Somebody's infected on the third floor.

674
01:00:35,500 --> 01:00:37,750
- They sealed it off.
- Who owns this restaurant?

675
01:00:37,791 --> 01:00:40,166
- Me.
- You're shutting down.
676
01:00:40,208 --> 01:00:43,208
- Give me a fucking break.
- Everywhere is shutting down.

677
01:00:43,250 --> 01:00:46,708
The council wants to hire you and
your staff to cook for the quarantined.

678
01:00:46,750 --> 01:00:49,333
Thousands are holed up in their homes,
sports arenas.

679
01:00:49,375 --> 01:00:51,416
They all need to be fed
three times a day.

680
01:00:51,458 --> 01:00:54,375
- Here's your menu and budget.
- Municipal food?

681
01:00:54,416 --> 01:00:57,458
Other restaurants will do it.
If you don't want the job, just say no.

682
01:00:57,500 --> 01:01:00,500
- That's all I need to hear, a no.
- Aye, all right. We'll do it.

683
01:01:00,541 --> 01:01:03,416
Aye, very moving.
You'll have us in tears in a minute.

684
01:01:04,041 --> 01:01:05,916
- Fuck you.
- We're just trying to do our jobs.

685
01:01:06,000 --> 01:01:09,458
- We're trying to keep things working.
- Bouillon and fusilli?

686
01:01:09,500 --> 01:01:12,333
- Make sure that pasta's al dente.
- Fat and flour.

687
01:01:12,375 --> 01:01:14,375
Fat and fucking flour.
688
01:01:26,583 --> 01:01:28,583
[police radio in distance]

689
01:01:49,625 --> 01:01:51,250
You're homeless.

690
01:01:51,333 --> 01:01:52,333
Shit.

691
01:01:52,375 --> 01:01:55,791
<i>TANNOY: Stay away from anyone
showing symptoms of aggression.</i>

692
01:01:58,208 --> 01:02:01,000
You can choose between
a gym full of those not infected

693
01:02:01,041 --> 01:02:04,166
out behind the bus station,
or you can come home with me.

694
01:02:06,000 --> 01:02:07,416
Tough one.

695
01:02:09,416 --> 01:02:11,416
[woman screams]

696
01:02:25,291 --> 01:02:27,291
What?

697
01:02:34,333 --> 01:02:36,333
[church bell chimes]

698
01:02:36,750 --> 01:02:39,875
<i>Stay away from people
showing symptoms of aggression.</i>

699
01:02:42,875 --> 01:02:44,875
[man shouting]

700
01:02:46,666 --> 01:02:48,666
[woman screams]

701
01:02:53,500 --> 01:02:55,833
[chimes continue, dog barks in distance]

702
01:03:00,458 --> 01:03:02,458
[baby cries]

703
01:03:10,916 --> 01:03:13,166
[cacophony of street sounds mingling]

704
01:03:30,500 --> 01:03:32,500
[exhales heavily]

705
01:03:32,541 --> 01:03:34,208
[both laugh]

706
01:03:41,416 --> 01:03:42,750
MICHAEL:
Oh, Jesus.

707
01:04:07,541 --> 01:04:09,875
So all of a sudden, we're living together.

708
01:04:09,916 --> 01:04:11,166
Yeah.

709
01:04:11,208 --> 01:04:12,916
Mr and Mrs Arsehole.

710
01:04:13,000 --> 01:04:14,083
Hmm.

711
01:04:16,791 --> 01:04:19,041
We could play
"make me special" games.

712
01:04:20,125 --> 01:04:22,125
We could play at lovers.

713
01:04:23,916 --> 01:04:25,916
And we could fuck.

714
01:04:29,500 --> 01:04:31,500
But you're just like all the others.

715
01:04:33,166 --> 01:04:35,791
Don't you think that you matter,
cos you don't.

716
01:04:35,833 --> 01:04:37,416
You're nothing.

717
01:04:37,500 --> 01:04:39,208
You are just passing time.

718
01:04:39,250 --> 01:04:41,208
It's not difficult to understand.

719
01:04:41,250 --> 01:04:43,000
It's just fucking.

720
01:04:43,041 --> 01:04:45,583
And eating. And fat and flour.

721
01:04:46,500 --> 01:04:51,625
You go out there, you lie down
on your back and spread your legs.

722
01:04:52,250 --> 01:04:56,125
Or take your profound conversations
and your emotions and fuck off.

723
01:04:58,250 --> 01:05:00,333
You're just a pair of ears and a mouth,

724
01:05:00,416 --> 01:05:02,000
an arsehole and a cunt.

725
01:05:02,041 --> 01:05:05,125
It might surprise you to know this
but everyone else has that too.

726
01:05:05,666 --> 01:05:08,208
A pair of ears and an arsehole.

727
01:05:08,250 --> 01:05:10,125
Fat and fucking flour.

728
01:05:10,166 --> 01:05:12,166
Nothing special about this one,

729
01:05:12,208 --> 01:05:14,208
except that she's infertile.

730
01:05:15,041 --> 01:05:17,791
Fat and flour. Fat and flour!

731
01:05:17,833 --> 01:05:19,833
Fat and fucking flour!

732
01:05:20,625 --> 01:05:23,041
Fat and fucking flour!

733
01:05:23,083 --> 01:05:25,291
[clattering and banging]

734
01:05:25,333 --> 01:05:26,916
Fat and flour!

735
01:05:27,625 --> 01:05:29,875
Fat, fat, fucking flour!

736
01:05:32,666 --> 01:05:34,500
[yells]

737
01:05:48,416 --> 01:05:50,625
Aargh! Oh, God!

738
01:05:50,666 --> 01:05:52,666
[woman shouting]

739
01:06:02,791 --> 01:06:04,791
[women screaming]

740
01:06:16,166 --> 01:06:18,166
[screaming]

741
01:06:35,166 --> 01:06:37,166
[man screams]

742
01:06:42,250 --> 01:06:43,916
[yelling]

743
01:06:47,375 --> 01:06:49,333
Let me in! Let me in!

744
01:06:49,375 --> 01:06:51,375
Take me with you. Hey!

745
01:06:51,416 --> 01:06:52,541
Hey!

746
01:06:52,583 --> 01:06:54,583
Come on, let me in!

747
01:07:14,750 --> 01:07:16,750
[soundless]

748
01:07:32,875 --> 01:07:34,875
[soundless]

749
01:08:04,208 --> 01:08:06,208
[tyres screech]

750
01:08:17,625 --> 01:08:19,625
SUSAN:
Hello?

751
01:08:33,875 --> 01:08:35,416
Can you hear me?

752
01:08:36,916 --> 01:08:38,375
Pardon?

753
01:08:41,916 --> 01:08:43,500
Seen anyone else?

754
01:09:56,708 --> 01:09:58,708
[mobile phone buzzes]

755
01:10:07,125 --> 01:10:09,125
<i>MICHAEL:
I hope you can hear this</i>

756
01:10:10,166 --> 01:10:12,375
<i>Whatever!
Said to you, I didn't mean.</i>

757
01:10:13,250 --> 01:10:15,250
<i>It wasn't me.</i>

758
01:10:15,333 --> 01:10:17,333
<i>It was the disease.</i>

759
01:10:18,125 --> 01:10:19,416
[clatter]

760
01:10:24,458 --> 01:10:26,000
It was not you.

761
01:10:26,666 --> 01:10:28,375
It was not you.

762
01:10:28,458 --> 01:10:30,416
It's not me.

763
01:10:30,458 --> 01:10:32,458
It's nobody.

764
01:10:32,500 --> 01:10:33,916
Nothing.

765
01:10:34,000 --> 01:10:36,000
Nobody's here. Nobody.

766
01:10:36,041 --> 01:10:37,250
No.

767
01:10:39,375 --> 01:10:41,375
Disease. Which disease?

768
01:10:42,916 --> 01:10:44,416
Where is it?

769
01:10:44,500 --> 01:10:46,416
Where are you hiding, you fucking cunt?

770
01:10:48,250 --> 01:10:50,041
[soundless]

771
01:11:05,208 --> 01:11:07,000
Where are you?

772
01:11:07,000 --> 01:11:09,166
<i>MICHAEL:
I need you to come back to me</i>
773
01:11:09,166 --> 01:11:12,166
- Take that... Nothing!
[clattering]

774
01:11:12,208 --> 01:11:13,666
<i>I</i> need you <i>to</i> believe me

775
01:11:13,708 --> 01:11:15,708
[Susan yells]

776
01:11:17,458 --> 01:11:19,500
<i>It's me.</i>

777
01:11:19,500 --> 01:11:21,541
Why? Why?

778
01:11:21,583 --> 01:11:23,791
<i>- Why?
- It's me asking you to come back.</i>

779
01:11:23,791 --> 01:11:25,833
Why, Why, why, why, why?

780
01:11:25,833 --> 01:11:27,875
Why, Why?

781
01:11:29,166 --> 01:11:31,458
<i>- I love you.</i>
- You're all fucking liars!

782
01:11:33,875 --> 01:11:35,541
[yells]

783
01:12:13,000 --> 01:12:15,000
[soundless]

784
01:13:05,833 --> 01:13:07,875
[soundless]

785
01:13:26,416 --> 01:13:28,291
[soundless]

786
01:14:37,875 --> 01:14:39,875
[soundless]
787
01:14:49,500 --> 01:14:51,500
[soundless]

788
01:15:21,875 --> 01:15:23,875
[soundless]

789
01:16:11,833 --> 01:16:13,750
[soundless]

790
01:16:15,250 --> 01:16:17,791
<i>There are two movements now.</i>

791
01:16:17,833 --> 01:16:22,000
<i>There are the people who run through
the streets, grabbing all they can.</i>

792
01:16:23,166 --> 01:16:26,875
<i>People who don't believe in anything
but the end of the world.</i>

793
01:16:30,041 --> 01:16:32,583
<i>Then there's the other movement...</i>

794
01:16:32,625 --> 01:16:35,458
<i>farmers going out to
milk their cows...</i>

795
01:16:36,416 --> 01:16:38,708
<i>..soldiers reporting for duty.</i>

796
01:16:46,875 --> 01:16:49,791
<i>Those who believe
that life will go on somehow...</i>

797
01:16:52,000 --> 01:16:54,375
<i>..or just don't know
what else to do.</i>

798
01:19:09,208 --> 01:19:11,208
[faint vibrations]

799
01:19:39,083 --> 01:19:41,500
[faint reverberations]

800
01:19:50,041 --> 01:19:52,083
[faint thrum of vibrations]

801
01:20:22,875 --> 01:20:25,250
<i>People prepare for the worst...</i>

802
01:20:28,541 --> 01:20:30,583
<i>..but hope for the best.</i>

803
01:20:34,541 --> 01:20:37,708
<i>They concentrate on the things
that are important to them.</i>

804
01:20:37,750 --> 01:20:39,750
[soundless]

805
01:20:50,833 --> 01:20:54,041
<i>All the things beyond fat and flour.</i>

806
01:21:36,875 --> 01:21:38,250
[soundless]

807
01:22:06,291 --> 01:22:10,250
<i>Once we thought of the ice age
as something that crept up...</i>

808
01:22:10,291 --> 01:22:12,833
<i>glaciers slowly spreading...</i>

809
01:22:12,875 --> 01:22:15,250
<i>temperatures gradually dropping.</i>

810
01:22:19,875 --> 01:22:23,458
<i>But recently a number of intact
mammoths have been discovered</i>

811
01:22:23,500 --> 01:22:26,166
<i>with stomachs full of
undigested grass.</i>

812
01:22:28,833 --> 01:22:31,875
<i>The cold must have hit them
like a blow from a club.</i>

813
01:22:35,625 --> 01:22:37,666
[deep rumbling]
814
01:22:42,833 --> 01:22:46,000
<i>That's how the darkness
descends upon the world.</i>

815
01:23:04,250 --> 01:23:06,500
<i>But first the shining moments.</i>

816
01:23:17,750 --> 01:23:20,875
<i>A shared flinching
of the brain's temporal lobe.</i>

817
01:23:47,750 --> 01:23:51,875
<i>A profound appreciation
of what it means to be alive.</i>

818
01:24:03,125 --> 01:24:07,500
<i>But most of all, a shared urge
to reach out to one another.</i>

819
01:24:12,250 --> 01:24:14,583
<i>To offer warmth...</i>

820
01:24:17,125 --> 01:24:19,333
<i>..understanding...</i>

821
01:24:21,333 --> 01:24:23,750
<i>..acceptance...</i>

822
01:24:25,791 --> 01:24:28,166
<i>..forgiveness...</i>

823
01:24:32,166 --> 01:24:34,166
<i>..love.</i>

824
01:24:58,041 --> 01:25:00,041
[soundless]

825
01:26:46,250 --> 01:26:48,791
<i>It's dark now...</i>

826
01:26:48,875 --> 01:26:51,041
<i>but they feel each other's breath...</i>

827
01:26:51,083 --> 01:26:53,250
<i>and they know all they need to know.</i>

828
01:26:54,291 --> 01:26:56,625
<i>They kiss...</i>

829
01:26:56,666 --> 01:26:59,500
<i>and they feel each other's tears
on their cheeks.</i>

830
01:27:00,500 --> 01:27:03,791
<i>And if there had been
anybody left to see them,</i>

831
01:27:03,833 --> 01:27:08,250
<i>then they would look like normal lovers
caressing each other's faces...</i>

832
01:27:09,000 --> 01:27:11,041
<i>..bodies close together...</i>

833
01:27:11,083 --> 01:27:12,916
<i>eyes closed...</i>

834
01:27:13,666 --> 01:27:16,083
<i>..oblivious to the
world around them.</i>

835
01:27:17,041 --> 01:27:19,208
<i>Because that is how life goes on.</i>

836
01:27:20,500 --> 01:27:22,500
<i>Like that.</i>

838
01:27:23,050 --> 01:27:26,136
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