福尔摩斯小姐：失踪的侯爵(Enola Holmes)英文字幕更新日期: 2020年10月10日 下载次数: 802 SRT ASS
(LIVELY MUSIC PLAYS),(BICYCLE RATTLING),(EFFORT GRUNT),Now, where to begin?,(BABY CRYING),The first thing you need to knowis that my mother named me Enola.,She insisted on it, in fact!,(EUDORIA WHISPERING) Enola...,- NORMAL VOICE: Enola.- (ENOLA COOS),ENOLA: I know it's an unusual name,,but my mother is rather a fanof word games.,- EUDORIA: On your marks.- ENOLA: Get set.,EUDORIA: Go!,ENOLA: /imggl/And Enola spelled backwardsreads, well,/imggl/,"alone.",Yes!,ENOLA: /imggl/She would continually tell me.../imggl/,You'll do very well on your own, Enola.,- (ENOLA COOS)- EUDORIA: Mm-hmm.,ENOLA: /imggl/And yet we were always together./imggl/,- No. No.- (LAUGHING) Yes!,ENOLA: /imggl/My father died when I was young./imggl/,/imggl/I don't really remember him./imggl/,/imggl/And both my brothers left home soon after./imggl/,/imggl/I barely remember them, either./imggl/,/imggl/So then it was just the two of us,/imggl/,/imggl/and it was wonderful./imggl/,(GLASS SHATTERS),/imggl/She was not an ordinary mother./imggl/,/imggl/She didn't teach me to string seashellsor practice my embroidery./imggl/,/imggl/We did different things./imggl/,/imggl/Reading,/imggl/,/imggl/science,/imggl/,/imggl/sports,/imggl/,/imggl/all sorts of exercise,/imggl/,/imggl/- both physical.../imggl/- (GRUNTS),/imggl/...and mental./imggl/,/imggl/Mother said we were free to do anythingat Ferndell.../imggl/,Oh. Sorry, Grandpa.,(SIGHS),ENOLA: /imggl/...and be anyone./imggl/,/imggl/She was my whole world./imggl/,(BOTH LAUGH),/imggl/But she didn't share everything with me./imggl/,EUDORIA: Right, ladies, to conclude:Our choices.,The bankmen met,,entangle herb,,- Ellie Houseman.- WOMAN: Ooh, marvelous.,- EUDORIA: Are we all agreed? Yes?- WOMEN: Yes.,EUDORIA: Ellie Houseman.,WOMAN: Of course.,(WOMAN GASPS),ENOLA: /imggl/Mother believedprivacy was the highest virtue,/imggl/,/imggl/and the one most frequently violated./imggl/,(BIRDS CHIRPING),(BRAKES SQUEAL),Which leads me to the second thingyou need to know.,(ROOSTER CROWS),A week ago,on the July morning of my 16th birthday,/imggl/,/imggl/I awoke.../imggl/,Mother?,/imggl/...to find that my mother was missing./imggl/,(BREATHING HEAVILY),/imggl/She'd left Ferndell Hall, our home,/imggl/,/imggl/at some point during the night./imggl/,Mother?,/imggl/And she did not return./imggl/,(BICYCLE RATTLING),She left me with little, bar some gifts,that she instructed Mrs. Laneto give me at teatime.,MRS. LANE: What kind gifts!,And, look, she's made this herself.,ENOLA: We were happy.,Weren't we, Mrs. Lane?,Shouldn't she give methese presents herself?,- (LIVELY MUSIC PLAYS)- (BICYCLE RATTLING),Oh, whoa! Whoa!,(GRUNTS),(PANTS),And the third thing you need to know,,and there may be those amongst youwho have already guessed it,,is that cyclingis not one of my core strengths,,but needs mustwhen you must speed somewhere.,(TRAIN WHISTLING),(BREATHES HEAVILY),(TRAIN WHISTLING),The fourth thing you need to know,is that I'm presently on the wayto collect my brothers,,/imggl/Mycroft and Sherlock,/imggl/,names which backwards spell out,respectively,,Tforcym and Kcolrehs.,Perhaps one shouldn't read too muchinto the "alone" idea.,- WOMAN: Thank you.- ENOLA: Yes.,Sherlock Holmes.,The famous detective, scholar, chemist,,virtuoso violinist,,/imggl/expert marksman,/imggl/,/imggl/swordsman, singlestick fighter,/imggl/.
/imggl/pugilist,/imggl/,and brilliant deductive thinker.,/imggl/My genius brother./imggl/,He will have all the answers.,(INHALES SHARPLY),(CLEARS THROAT),Mr. Holmes?,And, um, Mr. Holmes?,Yes.,You sent for me?,You sent a telegram.,Asked me to meet you here?,And the fifth thing you need to know,is that they haven't seen mein quite some time.,Enola.,My God.,Look at you.,You're in such a mess.,Where's your hat and your gloves?,Well, I have a hat.,It just makes my head itch.And I have no gloves.,She has no gloves?,Plainly not, Mycroft.,We didn't send for you, silly girl.We sent for the carriage.,- Did you at least bring it?- The carriage?,Yes.,What carriage would you be wanting?Because I have a few in mind...,The carriage I pay for.,Right.,I think you may have us confusedwith another house.,Boy, fetch us a carriage.,Quickly!,MYCROFT: Oh.,What the...,(MYCROFT SIGHS),Oh, dear God, look at the house.,(ENOLA GASPS),ENOLA: Isn't it wonderful?,MYCROFT: What the hellhas she been playing at?,MRS. LANE: Gentlemen, welcome home.,It's been some time.,(DOOR CREAKS OPEN),What is this?,Tennis?,Mother says I'm getting quite proficient.,(EFFORT GRUNTS),- (GLASS SHATTERS)- Oh!,(INHALES THROUGH TEETH)I suppose that's game.,(SHUDDERING BREATH),(SHUDDERING BREATHS),Where the hell is she?,I would say this is going quite well,wouldn't you?,Her bed hasn't been made.,Hmm. Chrysanthemums.,MYCROFT: Clothes haven't been put away.,And /imggl/laurustinus, /imggl/and Queen Anne's lace.,MYCROFT: Enough with the bally flowers,Sherlock.,(SHERLOCK SIGHS),(SHERLOCK) Huh.,But it wasn't foul play.,How? Are you certain?,Her regular supply of drawing pencilshas dwindled to nothing.,She clearly had decidednot to replace them,,and you rarely find that kidnap victims,have planned for their own disappearance.(CHUCKLES),She wasn't returning,,and yet she disguised her intentionsperfectly.,That's good news, is it not?,Depends if you're relying on hercoming back.,MYCROFT: Hmm.,MYCROFT: Oh, good God! Feminism.,Perhaps she was mad, or senile.,Though madness, in our family?I would doubt it.,- Ooh. (GRUNTS)- (SHERLOCK) I think I can surmise,by the way that she leftleaving no clear leads,,she still had her full witsabout her. (SNIFFS),No madwoman could compile the accountsshe sent me over the last ten years.,Perfectly clear and orderly,detailing a bathroom...,- Which does not exist.- MYCROFT: And a water closet.,Likewise.,MYCROFT:And the constantly rising salaries,of the footmen, the housemaids,the kitchen maids,,- gardeners, under gardeners...- You get the point.,...and for Enola, a music teacher,,a dance instructor, a governess.,Enola, you at least had a governess?,She wouldn't like you in here.,This is her private space.,Tell me, she at least sawthat you had an education?,She valued education.,(SCOFFS),She taught me herself.,She made me read every bookin Ferndell Hall's library.,/imggl/Shakespeare, Locke,/imggl/,and the encyclopedia,,and Thackeray, and the essaysof Mary Wollstonecraft.,And I did it on my own account.,For my own learning.,Which, Mother said, was the best wayto become a young...,woman.,Well, /imggl/this /imggl/is whatshe wanted you to become?,- Mycroft.- What?......