剧本对白阅读-古寺情魔The House on Telegraph Hill

古寺情魔The House on Telegraph Hill
In the Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp, the Polish Victoria Kowelska has lost her husband and family in the war. She befriends her fellow citizen Karin Dernakova, who miss her son Chris that lives with her Aunt Sophie in San Francisco. Karin dies three days before the liberation forces commanded by Major Marc Bennett arrive at the camp and Victoria assumes the identity of her friend to emigrate to the United States. However, she is informed that Aunt Sophie has just died and she stays in a camp for survivors. Four years later, she succeeds to go to the United States and meets Sophie’s lawyer. She learns that Alan Spender was assigned Chris’ trustee and he invites her to travel with him to San Francisco to see Chris. 更多介绍…

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1、This is San Francisco as it looks from Telegraph Hill.
2、And this is the house on Telegraph Hill…
3、where I once thought I would find peace and contentment.
4、This is how it looks today, but my story begins 11 years ago…
5、and 7,000 miles away in another house near Warsaw…
6、in my native Poland.
7、My name is Victoria Kowelska…
8、and this was my home.
9、It looked like this in 1939 when my husband came home on leave.
10、And this is what was left after the Germans had passed.
11、In one stroke, I had lost my husband…
12、my home, everything I held dear…
13、and had become one of the thousands of miserable strays…
14、who were herded into prisons and concentration camps.
15、- How the will to live survives in a place like Belsen…
16、I do not know.
17、But I wanted to live. I was determined to…
18、and I was just as determined that my friend Karin Dernakova should live too.
19、I had met Karin, a fellow countrywoman, in the camp.
20、But she was sick and frail- too frail for the life of that camp.
21、And she had more to live for than most of us.
22、Her infant son had been smuggled out of Poland just before the war…
23、to an aunt in San Francisco.
24、And if she ever lived through this, she would join them.
25、Just think, Vicki. He’s talking and walking by now.
26、And if he would see me…
27、he wouldn’t even know me.
28、Please, Karin, you must eat.
29、You must keep up your strength.
30、What’s the use, Vicki? We’ll never get out of here.
31、I’ll never see my Christopher again.
32、Hey! Let go!
33、You dirty hypocrite! You don’t care about her any more than I do!
34、You only stick to her like a leech because she has rich relatives in America.
35、Oh! Oh!
36、Don’t think she’s going to take care of you when we get out of here.
37、- Don’t listen to her. – She’ll never get out of here alive!
38、None of us will ever get out of here alive!
39、We are going to get out. We are.
40、Eat your food.
41、You will come to America with me, Vicki, won’t you?
42、Aunt Sophie has a big house on the hill.
43、She lives there alone with my Christopher.
44、She will be glad if I bring you, because you’ve helped me so much.
45、Oh, Karin.
46、Karin was my friend…
47、and I fought for her survival as I fought for my own.
48、But in the end, I was beaten.
49、I had done everything I could for her.
50、I stole food, medicine…(更多,甚至整个剧本阅读请点击下面链接。)
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