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 Shh! For God's sake, Eben!Keep it down.,Oh, sweetest pork I ever tasted, Dawsey.Succulent.,And, Isola?,- Your gin...- Shh.,He'll get us all arrested!,- I'll take him back over the field.- Sod 'em!,This is our island,our home, not theirs!,Those square-headed buggerscan shove...,Stop!,Papers!,Of course, Captain.,- The pig was beautiful, Dawsey.- Shh.,- That bloody pie, though.- You are breaking curfew.,What is the purpose of your assembly?,- We... We were just...- Reading.,We have a book club, you see.,You know the authorities are tryingto encourage cultural association,as part of your model occupation.,Yes, yes, book lovers, that's us.,What is the name of your club?,- Erm...- Erm...,- The Guernsey Literary and...- The bloody potato peel pie...,The Guernsey Literaryand Potato Peel Pie...,The Guernsey Literaryand Potato Peel Pie Society.,It should be on the list.Guernsey Literary...,You're not confiscatingpotato peelings yet, are you?,This is an illegal assembly.,You will come with us. All of you!,Are you all right, Eben?,Shall I help put him into your car?,You will register this group...first thing in the morning!,Thank you.,- Oh, so "The Times" have been onto me.- Fresh paint!,When was the last time you saw that?,Oh...,One might almost believethe war is really over.,Yes, they want you to doan article,about reading.,No. Sidney, no. I don't thinkI'm much up for any more Izzy.,Actually, they want Juliet Ashton.,It's your own voice this time.I've said yes.,Huh! Have you?,Well, you might have said no,and I make better decisions.,So, your book tour starts Monday week.Bath to Yorkshire.,"The Times" will fill the gap nicely...,There we are.,Oh, speaking of which, here we are.,Our stop.,Thank you.,- Miss Ashton?- Yes?,Have you always wantedto be a writer?,Always, yes.,It's the perfect job.Sitting, indoors, always near a teapot.,It has its ups and downs.,My first book, "A Critical Biographyof Anne Brontë", sold only...,How many copies, Sidney?,- My publisher, Mr Sidney Stark.- Twenty-eight copies.,Worldwide.,Why Izzy Bickerstaff?Why not write under your real name?,Erm... I'm not surewhich came to me first,,Izzy's name or his voice.,In either case, they both seemedto suit the tone of the task.,Much better than my own.,Are you working on a new book?,Well, I'm not sureI'd call Izzy a book,as much as a collectionof faintly amusing essays.,Yes, I am.,English foibles.Er, a miscellany of English absurdity.,For example, there's a London societyfor public decency...,which advocates trousers for horses.,Oh. A pleasure to meet you, Miss Ashton.A delight. I'm such a huge fan.,Oh. Thank you.,Oh, poor old Izzy.Had no use for a war, did he?,Only wanted to be left alonewith his pint.,Here we are.,Quite frankly, Izzy Bickerstaff's whyyou get first dibs here, Miss Ashton.,But you mustn't dally. No.,It's sure to go in a flash.,Father's paperweight.,Juliet. Juliet.,Where are you?Come back from the edge!,It's all right.,Pure crystal.,Oh, yes. Yes, that's very nice.,Do you...,see the crystal, Juliet?,Lovely.,Wonderful viewof Kensington Gardens.,Albert Hall round the corner.,It's a steal at this price.,It is beautiful.,I knew you'd love it.,I'm terribly sorry.,At long last you can affordsomething smart. Rejoice.,I feel a complete fraud here.,Juliet, you really do need something betterthan a poky bedsit in Battersea,,with three suitcases and a typewriter.,- I realise.- Oh, I see....
    Poor thing! You feelyou haven't suffered enough.,I expect not.,Well, far be it for me to relieve youof your solemn duty, but I'll tell you what...,We will buy new flats for everyone elsein London who was bombed out,,just as soon as Izzy hits number one.Will that make it better?,It is a strong start.,This could be a proper home.,It is a proper home, Sidney.,It's just not mine.,- Excuse me.- Hey, come on, don't be shy!,Coming through.,You'll need an enormous windowto put your desk in front of.,You don't get enough sun as it is.Waiter, I'll keep the bottle.,Fireplace to keep you warm...when you're not with me.,Markham Reynolds.,Diplomat and clairvoyant.You're a wonder.,At your service.,Right.,Now, what good is a windowif I haven't given you a view?,Watch this.,Mr Reynolds.,- I've asked you to stop.- Oh God, you've been caught.,Yet still you persist. Look at this.,Do you imagine I've got a storeroom justbrimming with vases for my tenants to use?,I apologise again, Mrs Burns.,Times are tough.,Florists, they need the work.,Flowers. Hope she knowswhat a lucky girl she is.,- Come on.- Goodbye, Mrs Burns.,- Goodnight.- Goodnight.,- Your mail.- Ah...,- Thank you.- And your flowers.,Oh... Oh, please keep the flowersfor yourself, Mrs Burns, won't you?,Oh, thank you.,And no more typing, now, Miss Ashton.It's well after ten.,OK.,Sound of that clatter.Worse than gunfire!,Forwarded from Oakley Street.,"Dear Miss Ashton,my name is Dawsey Adams.,"I live on my farmon the island of Guernsey.",Guernsey?,"I know of youbecause I have an old book,,"'The Selected Essays of Elia',by Charles Lamb,,"that has your nameand address written inside.",'I've read it many times.,'There wasn't much else to do hereduring the occupation,'and Charles Lamb made me laugh.',"Especially when he wroteabout the roast pig.",'I am part of a book club,,'The Guernsey Literaryand Potato Peel Pie Society.,'We actually formed because we had tokeep a roast pig secret from the Germans.,'So, I like Charles Lamb,which is why I'm writing to you.,'The Germans are gone now,but there are no bookshops left on Guernsey.,'I am looking for a copy of Charles Lamb's"Tales From Shakespeare",,'which I understand he wrote for children.,'Could you send me the addressof a bookshop in London?,'I hope not to trouble you.Dawsey Adams.','Dear Mr Adams,,'I'm so pleased your letter found meand that my book found you.,'It was a sad wrench to part with Mr Lamb,but I was rather low on funds at the time.,'Perhaps there is some secretsort of homing instincts in books,- 'that brings them to their perfect readers.'- Thank you.,'How delightful if that were true.',- Here.- I'll take it.,'I have located Lamb's "Shakespeare"and I am happy to present it to you,'in exchange for the answersto three questions.,'Why did a roasted pighave to be kept a secret?,'How could a pig cause youto begin a literary society?,'And, most pressing of all,what is a potato peel pie?',Hi.,- Try it.- No.,That dress is too lovelyto have a cloud parked on your forehead.,Do you ever feel like we've emergedfrom a long black tunnel into a carnival?,Do you not like carnivals?,After the long black tunnel,a carnival's wonderful. Let's dance.,You know, I've been givingsome more thought to your view.,Sidney has lined upsome more flats for me to see.,- It's just a matter of making the time.- It's occurred to me...,There's apartments on Fifth Avenue.Look out over Central Park.,With views of the lake,the entire reservoir...,There's even a little pondwhere kids sail model boats.,I've never been to New York.,Well, it would be really funto show you my city.,That's something worth thinking about.,'Dear Miss Ashton.,'Thank you for finding me a copyof Mr Lamb's "Tales From Shakespeare".,'And even more for sending it as a gift.,'I am happy to settle this debtby answering your questions.','A roast pighad to be kept a secret,'because the Germanstook all our animals away in 1940,,'to feed their soldiers on the Continent.',This is my farm! These are my pigs!,'It was against the lawto keep even one.',Yes.,'They ordered meto grow potatoes.,'Food was already scarceby the first winter of the occupation.,'A proper meal was had only in memory.,'Like our radios, which they'd taken.,'And the post, which they'd suspended.,'And the telegraph cablesthat they'd cut.,'We lived our lives in isolation.,'Then one day...'......

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