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2017年12月30日 (土)

映画『ユー・ガット・メール』で英語のお勉強(30)

そろそろ佳境に入る予感

182   EXT. CENTRAL PARK - DAY                                     182    Christina is running.  She sees a good-looking
MALE RUNNER coming toward her.  She has no hope
that he will notice her, and starts to look away
as they get close to one another. MALE RUNNER  Hi. CHRISTINA   Hi. He passes her.  Christina can't believe it. She does a little dance of joy. Camera pulls back as we see her by the reservoir
on a beautiful morning doing her little
celebratory spin.


reservoir=貯水池     
Then she resumes her morning exercise, running on.
         (=〔中断したことを〕再び始める、再開する)

183   INT. THE SINGLES TEMPLE - FRIDAY EVENING                    183    Patricia comes in.

The place is packed.  There are hundreds of young
Jewish New Yorkers singing folk songs and dancing
the hora.  The Rabbi is dancing among them.


hora=ホーラ《ルーマニア・イスラエルの舞曲》.

Patricia sees the rabbi, leading the dance. The rabbi whirls madly toward her, like a human
dreidel.
whirl=グルグル回る、回りながら進む 
dreidel=四つの面を持つコマ。ユダヤ教のハヌカーの祭りのときに
        これで遊ぶ。

150pxdreidel_001

RABBIT     Shabbat shalom!

Shabbat shalom=good wishes、幸せを祈る気持ち、幸運を
        祈る言葉、祝福の言葉


He grabs Patricia's hand, and to her surprise, they
go whirling off together. 184   INT. KATHLEEN'S BEDROOM - DAY                               184    Kathleen at the computer, typing. KATHLEEN (V.O.)I have been thinking about this and                I think we should meet. She clicks the send button and then exits from
America On Line. On her computer screen we now see the standard
screen with several icons: American On-Line, Word,
Recycle Bin, etc.

She clicks Word. She goes to File: New. There are several choices of format. She stares at the choices.  Then she clicks Book
format. A blank page appears in the computer. She starts to type:  "Once upon a time there was
a little girl named..." She pauses for a moment and looks around the room.
She sees the flowers that Joe brought her. And then she types: "Daisy." As she goes on typing... 185   INT. JOE' BOAT - NIGHT                                      185    On Joe typing.

JOE (V.O.)   We should meet.  And we will meet.                 But I'm in the middle of a project                that needs...                (he pauses to think of the right word)                ... tweaking.

tweak=
急にひねる[引っ張る]、〔自動車や機器の機能を
   改善するために〕微調整[マイナーチェンジ]する
A look of calculation on his face.

186   EXT. STARBUCKS - DAY                                        186   

We can see Kathleen through the window, drinking 
a cup of coffee. And now we see Joe walk into Starbucks.  He waves at
her, pretending surprise at seeing her.  Has he been
watching the store and waiting for her to come in? 
We'll never know. 187   INT. STARBUCKS - A FEW MINUTES LATER                        187    He's sitting next to her at the counter in the window. JOE            Tweaking? KATHLEEN       That's what he said. JOE            He's probably married. KATHLEEN       That's a terrible thing to say.                 It's not possible. JOE            Have you asked him if he's married?                 Have you said, "Are you married?" KATHLEEN       No. Joe looks at her, shrugs. 188   INT. KATHLEEN'S BEDROOM - NIGHT                             188    AS SHE TYPES: KATHLEEN (V.O.)I know this is probably a little                late to be asking, but are you                married? 189   INT. JOE'S OFFICE - NIGHT                                   189    AS HE ANSWERS: JOE (V.O.)   Am I married?  What kind of a
               question is that?  How can you ask
               me that? Don't you know me at all? 
               Oh wait, I get it.  Your friends
               are telling you the reason we
               haven't met is that I'm married. 
               Am I right? 190   INT. SIDEWALK CAFE - ANOTHER DAY                            190               (=
オープンカフェ、カフェテラス)

Kathleen and Joe having nachos
.

nacho=
《メキシコ料理》ナーチョ、ナッチョ◆小さい
       トーティーヤ(tortilla=薄パン)にチーズ、
       唐辛子を乗せて焼く


JOE            So he didn't exactly answer. KATHLEEN       He did too.  He nailed me.  He knew                exactly what I was up to.  Which is                just like him.

nail=~を暴く、すっぱ抜く                            
JOE            But he didn't exactly answer, did                he?  Did he? KATHLEEN       No. JOE            Maybe he's fat. KATHLEEN       I don't care about that. JOE            You don't care that he might be one                of those guys who's so fat he has to                be removed from his house with a                crane? KATHLEEN       That's very unlikely. JOE            Why else do you think he's putting                off meeting you?  Although... maybe                that's not it.  Maybe...
KATHLEEN       What? JOE            Never mind. KATHLEEN       What???? JOE            He could be waiting til he's paroled.

parole=囚人を仮出所させる、仮釈放する                            
KATHLEEN       Oh, you won't believe this, there                was a moment when George thought he                might be the rooftop killer, which                was completely ridiculous -- Her voice trails off, as she considers whether it
could be true.

trail off=〔音声などが〕次第に小さくなる

JOE            What's his handle? She shakes her head.
JOE (CONT'D)   Come on, I'm not going to write him.                 Is that what you think? KATHLEEN       NY 152. JOE            One five two.  One hundred fifty                two.  Very interesting.  He's 152                years old.  He has 152 hairs
               remaining on his head.  He's had
               152 moles removed and now he has
               152 pockmarks.


mole〔皮膚にできる〕ほくろ
pockmark〔皮膚にできた〕あばた

191   EXT. FARMER'S MARKET ON BROADWAY - LATER                    191    As they walk past tables of bread and flowers, etc. JOE            His combined college board scores.                   (=総計の)(=米国大学協議会)

KATHLEEN    His IQ. JOE            The number of women he's slept with. KATHLEEN       The number of times he's seen The                Godfather.

JOE            That's the first good thing I've                heard about him. KATHLEEN       His address.  No, no, no.  He would                never do anything that prosaic.                                       (=平凡な)

On Joe, looking a little wounded.

KATHLEEN       The only thing I really care about                besides the married thing... and the                jail thing... is the boat thing.

JOE      The boat thing? KATHLEEN    I could never be with anyone who has                a boat. JOE            Oh. KATHLEEN       So that clinches it.  We'll never be                together.  I'll take care of these.

                               (=ここは私が払う)

clinch=決着をつける、片を付ける
He picks up a mango, squeezes it. JOE      I could never be with anyone who                likes Joni Mitchell.                (singing, imitating Joni)                "It's cloud's illusions I recall, I                really don't know clouds at all."                What does that mean? Joe waits for Kathleen to say she likes Joni Mitchell. But Kathleen doesn't say anything. She starts intently picking over apples, trying to
find some she wants. pick over=選び分ける、選り抜く

JOE (CONT'D)   How's your book coming? 192   EXT. BROADWAY - DAY                                         192    As they walk away from the market, going uptown.                                     
KATHLEEN       There's a children's book editor I                know, from the store, and she's                excited to read it.  When I finish                it.  Who would ever have thought I'd                write?  I mean, if I didn't have all                this free time, I would never have                discovered -- She stops, realizing what she's saying. KATHLEEN       The truth is, he was the one who                made me start thinking about writing -- JOE            Mister 152 Felony Indictments --
Felony=《法律》重罪◆アメリカでは通例、死刑または
         1年を超える懲役や禁錮刑を受ける、重大な犯罪

Indictment=起訴(手続き)、告発

KATHLEEN       Mister 152... insights into my soul.                              (=物事の本質を見抜く力)

JOE      Yes.  Well.  Can't compete with that. KATHLEEN    Well.  I keep bumping into you.                 Hope your mango's ripe.

bump into=…にドンと突き当たる、…にばったり出会う
                           
JOE            I think it is.  Want to bump into me                Saturday?  Around lunchtime? 193   EXT. COMPUTER SCREEN - NIGHT                                193    As Joe types.

JOE (V.O.)     How about meeting Saturday?  The                first day of spring.  4 P.M.  There's                a place in Riverside Park at 88th                Street where the path curves and                when you come around the curve, you'll                find me waiting. 194   INT./EXT. SATURDAY - GREY'S PAPAYA -
THE FIRST DAY OF SPRING    (=ホットドック店名)
    Kathleen and Joe are putting mustard on their hot dogs.
JOE            Today? KATHLEEN       Today. JOE            Whoa. KATHLEEN       I know.  In Riverside Park.
JOE            Isn't that amazing?  Maybe I've seen                him, and I don't even know it. 195   EXT. COLUMBUS AVENUE - DAY                                  195    As they walk uptown, eating their hot dogs and
drinking papaya drinks. JOE            He could be the Zipper Man. KATHLEEN       Who's that? JOE            This guy on Amsterdam who repairs                zippers.  You'll never have to buy                new luggage.                    (=
旅行かばん)

KATHLEEN       Stop teasing.                     (tease=からかう)

JOE      Timing is everything.  He waited                until you were primed.  Until you                knew there was no other man you could                ever love.
prime=準備する

KATHLEEN    (almost believe it)                Yes. JOE            Sometimes I wonder... KATHLEEN       What? They stop walking, they look at each other. JOE            If I hadn't been Foxbooks and you                hadn't been The Shop Around the Corner                and we'd just met -- KATHLEEN       Don't. JOE            I would have asked for your phone                number and I wouldn't have been able                to wait 24 hours before calling and                asking, "How about coffee, drinks,                dinner, a movie, for as long as we                both shall live?" KATHLEEN       (almost a swoon)                Joe...   (=うっとりすること) JOE      And then we would never have been at                war.
KATHLEEN    No.
JOE            The only fight we'd ever have is                what video to rent on Saturday night. KATHLEEN       Who fights about that? JOE            Some people.  Not us.
KATHLEEN       We would never. A long beat. JOE            If only...
KATHLEEN       Please.  I have to go. She doesn't move.
JOE            Let me ask you something?  How come                you'll forgive him for standing you                up and you won't forgive me for a                little tiny thing like putting you                out of business
Kathleen looks at him.  Shakes her head.
They look at each other. JOE (CONT'D)   Oh how I wish you would.
It's all Kathleen can do not to forgive him. It's all Joe can do not to kiss her. KATHLEEN       I really do have to go.
JOE            You don't want to be late. She's in agony.

He turns and walks away. After a moment, she does too.
196   EXT. KATHLEEN'S APARTMENT - LATER                           196    As we see Kathleen come down the street and
walk into her house. 197   EXT. KATHLEEN'S APARTMENT - LATER                           197    As she comes out of the apartment house,
having changed her clothes. 198   EXT. RIVERSIDE DRIVE - LATER AFTERNOON                      198    As she comes toward the entrance to the park. 199   EXT. RIVERSIDE DRIVE PARK - LATE AFTERNOON                  199    As Kathleen comes down a path in the park,
near 88th Street.
She comes to a stop. Looks around. A young woman in running clothes passes by. A young father pushing a baby in one of
those strollers runners use to push babies in. Kathleen looks at her watch. Suddenly she hears a noise.  A dog barking. And Brinkley comes around the corner. VOICE          Brinkley!  Brinkley! And hold on Kathleen as she sees JOE And she starts to cry. And he comes to her.  And puts his arms around her. JOE            Don't cry, Shopgirl, don't cry. KATHLEEN       I wanted it to be you.  I wanted it                to be you so badly. And as they kiss, we hold on them. And crane up and away as we see them, a couple
kissing in the park on a beautiful spring day. A dog is leaping around them. And as we get further and further away from them,
the screen turns into CYBERSPACE And the dog turns cartwheels and flipflops.            (
=〔荷馬車の〕車輪)
flipflop=
かかとのないサンダル、ビーチサンダル   

どういう状況かよくわからないけど、この場面は
映像にはないなあ

And we tilt up to see the clouds and the sky
and hear the sound of computer keys, clicking,
clicking, clicking

この状況も画面にはなく、最後の「空」の場面では
『虹の彼方に』が流れる。


FADE OUT

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