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血钻Blood Diamond 04

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So you're a fisherman, huh?
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- What do you catch mostly? -Fish.
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Come on.
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- Hello. -Back away from the fence.
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Listen, I'm from the Cape Herald, all right?
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My wallet, my credentials, everything got left in Freetown.
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We barely got out with our lives. Can we just get through?
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Back away from the fence.
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But you are not a journalist.
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I'm trying to get us to Kono.
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- Do you understand that, huh? -Getting B-roll. Wait.
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Listen, I'm coming back. I'm coming back just now.
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How's it, my bru? Have you got an extra smoke?
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- Here. -Oh, cheers.
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I'm looking for someone, an American by the name of Maddy Bowen.
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- If you saw her, you would not forget it. -Yeah, I know her.
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- Is it? -Yeah.
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Can you tell her Danny Archer's looking for her? I've got the story she wants.
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Okay, but I'm going out for a bit. If I see her before, I'll tell her.
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Magic. Listen, we'll be right down the road, huh?
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- Sweet. Cheers, bru. -Cheers.
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It is as I said. You will say anything.
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- You don't mind waiting? -No worries.
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- Thank you so much. I'll just be a sec. -All right, Maddy.
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Hi.
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You got out.
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Yes. Hello again.
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- This is Solomon Vandy. -Hi.
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- Hello. -Nice to meet you.
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So I'm on deadline. I've been waiting four hours to use the phone.
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- I've got someone holding my place in line. -I understand. Come with me, huh?
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All right. Here it is.
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- There's a company called Tiara Diamonds. -Right?
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They get the stones that I smuggle into Liberia.
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Now, Van De Kaap has no visible ties to Tiara...
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...but through a series of cross holdings and offshore bank accounts...
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- ... they actually own it. -You can prove this?
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- If you help me out, yeah. -Right, here it comes.
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Before you say anything, look at that man. You see him?
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His entire village was burned down. His wife and children, they got away.
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He's been working in the mining camps, trying to get his family back.
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He cannot get through the red tape.
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All I'm asking is this, that you help him, huh?
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And how do you know this man?
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- I know him. I know him. -Oh, come on, Archer.
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You're using him.
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I'm using him, and you are using me, and this is how it works, isn't it?
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Come on. Look, you've got access to U.N. databases.
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- You can track his family for him. -Why?
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This whole country's at war. Why should I help just one person?
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I can't believe I just said that.
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My family's here, in Guinea?
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Yes, according to the manifest.
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I do not know how to thank you.
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Tassin Camp Forecariah, Guinea
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Thank you. Thank you.
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This is what a million people looks like.
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At the moment, the second largest refugee camp in Africa.
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Might catch a minute of this on CNN, somewhere between Sports and Weather.
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- Hello. -Yeah, hello?
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I've spoken with Colonel Coedoo...
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...and highlighted the names we're looking for.
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- Move away. -What him doing?
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Okay, I'm gonna check for you.
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- Wait me there. -Okay, thank you.
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We are here to help you.
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This woman says she has spoken to Coedoo.
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An entire country made homeless.
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Two multiplied by three is equal to six.
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Two multiplied by four is equal to eight.
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Two multiplied by five is equal to 10.
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Two multiplied by six is equal to 12.
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Jassie.
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Jassie!
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Jassie!
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- Jassie. -Solo.
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- Jassie. -Solo.
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Jassie. Jassie.
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- Solomon. -Jassie.
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- Solomon. -Jassie.
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Where is Dia?
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Dia. Dia.
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Where is Dia?
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Where is my son?
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Jassie!
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Where is my son?
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Where is my son?
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They took him.
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They took him.
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There are only two children on the manifest.
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- Where is my son? -Oh, Christ.
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Where is my son?
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- Away from the fence. -Where is my son?
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Move away from the fence.
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- Let them out! Let them out! -Keep away from the fence.
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Let them out!
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Let them out!
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Away from the fence.
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Let them out!
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- They'll shoot you! -Jassie!
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No! Solo!
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Do you want your wife and child to watch you die?
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Solo! Solo!
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They said they're concerned that some of the refugees might be rebels...
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...so they refused to release them until there's a cease-fire.
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I'm so sorry, Solomon.
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What you want, Mr. Archer, is beyond those hills...
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...where I buried it.
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You say the mine is on the Sewa River. Where exactly?
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Solomon.
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I do not need a map.
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Yeah, well, I do. Look, we are down here, huh?
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The press convoy is on its way to Kono.
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You say the diamond mine is up here. Where did you bury it?
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When we get to Kono, we're gonna have to walk, all right?
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You damn well better be able to find it.
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My son is a very good student.
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He walks five kilometers to the Sister School...
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...every morning to study English.
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He's going to be a doctor one day.
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"In the 90-degree heat, Solomon Vandy drops to his knees...
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...rattling the wire with his powerful hands. "
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- What? -Nothing.
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Do you think I'm exploiting his grief?
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You're right. It's shit.
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It's like one of those infomercials.
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You know, the little black babies with swollen bellies and flies in their eyes.
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So here I've got dead mothers, I've got severed limbs, but it's nothing new.
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It might be enough to make people cry if they read it...
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...maybe even write a check...
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...but it's not gonna be enough to make it stop.
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I am sick of writing about victims, but it's all I can fucking do.
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Because I need facts.
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I need names. I need dates. I need pictures. I need bank accounts.
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People back home wouldn't buy a ring...
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...if they knew it cost someone else their hand.
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But I can't write that story...
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...until I get facts that can be verified...
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...which is to say, until I find someone who will go on record.
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So if that is not you...
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...and you're not really gonna help me, and we're not really gonna screw...
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...then why don't you get the fuck out of my face...
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...and let me do my work?
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Do you know that Solomon thinks his son's gonna be a doctor one day?
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Maybe his baby dies in that camp. Maybe his daughter gets raped.
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Who knows, maybe both.
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Do you realize that that diamond...
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...is the only chance he has of getting his family out?
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- You don't give a rat's ass about his family. -Do you understand that?
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Listen, I need to get to Kono, all right?
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The only way is with the press convoy.
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I'm a journalist, and he's my cameraman, all right?
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- No. -Please, Maddy.
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- Please. -No!
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After I smuggle the stones across the border...
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...local buyers get them to a middleman in Monrovia.
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Go on.
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He pays off Customs and then certifies that the diamonds were mined in Liberia.
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That way, they can be legally exported.
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Now, once they've reached the buyers in Antwerp...
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...diamonds are brought to the sorting tables...
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...no more questions are asked.
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By the time they get to India...
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...the dirty stones are mixed with the clean stones from all over the world...
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...and then they become like any other diamonds.
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And Van De Kaap knows about all this?
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Yeah.
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When I get to London, I meet with Simmons.
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Supply and demand. You control the supply, and you keep the demand high.
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- Agreed. -Good.
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Now, there's an underground vault...
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...where they put all the stones they buy up to keep off the market...
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...so they can keep the price high.
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If rebels wanna flood the market with a billion dollars' worth of rough...
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...a company like Van De Kaap, who says that they're rare...
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...can't afford to let that happen.
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Especially when they're telling some poor sod...
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...he's supposed to shell out three months' salary...
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...for an engagement ring.
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Now, technically speaking, they're not financing the war...
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...but creating a situation where it pays to keep it going.
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- You understand? -Yes. And where's my proof?
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Names, dates and numbered accounts.
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You publish one word of this story before I give them the stone...
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...and I'm dead, huh?
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After I give it to them, then... I leave this continent forever.
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If you don't come out with the diamond?
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Then write whatever you want.
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I'm already dead.
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Now, remember. All you say is, "I am the cameraman," all right?
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Listen, I cannot do this.
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- Why not? -Because I am not a journalist.
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- Of course you're not. -Well, then how can I say I am?
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Because you do. Because that's how you get your son back, all right?
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Now get on the bus. Go.
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I am the cameraman.
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You are writing about what is happening here?
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Yes.
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So when people in your country read it, they will come help us, yes?
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Probably not.
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- You heard of a Stinger? -What?
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Your friend, Maddy. She's like a full-on, heat-seeking missile, bru.
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I mean, I saw her go into Afghanistan...
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...like about 200 clicks into Taliban land.
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When the military said no, she just took a bus, bru.
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Came back with 3000 words, and she still looked so good.
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- Like hot, you know? -All right.
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Calm down to the frantic now, huh?
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- What's that? -What's going on?
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Looks like it was an RPG.
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Open the door. Let us out.
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- Let's go, let's go. -Come on. Go, go, go.
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Go, go! Move, move, move!
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We've just happened upon the sight of an ambush...
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...fifteen kilometers from the Liberian border...
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- ... near the Moa River... -As you can see behind me...
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...just a few minutes ago...
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- ... an ambulance has... -Got movement in the bush.
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- Check out the head of the road. -Spread out.
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- at this site. Dozens of-
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Many are injured.
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Get back on the bus, huh? Get back on! Come on!
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- Maddy! -Move it! Move it!
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Get back on the bus!
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Solomon! Solomon!
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- Let's go. -Solomon, come here!
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- Go, go, go. -Come on, come on.
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- Get in the bus! -Move, move, move! Come on, come on.
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- Move! -Get in the bus. Let's go.
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Get in, get in. Goddamn it, get in! Get in!
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- Let me inside! -There's no fucking space!
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- Let them on the bus. -You give him your seat.
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What if we just take your place, huh? What if we take your place?
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That's enough. He can ride with me. Oi, he can ride with me.
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Maddy! Let's go! Maddy, let's go. Come on!