What? And give up the damn stone?
Keep moving. Come on.
Come. Come, come.
I can't. Stop.
- Okay. -Stop.
No! God, no. Stop.
Christ. No more. No more.
Take it, huh?
- Mr. Archer- -Take it, take it.
I thought you would steal it from me.
Yeah, yeah, it occurred to me, huh?
...this is Maddy's card, huh?
You call her when you get to Conakry, all right?
And don't trust that pilot for a second.
You point this at his head if he fucks around, all right?
I can carry you.
You take your boy home, huh?
You take him home, huh?
- Go! Go! -Go. Come on.
Come on. Come on.
Archer, you're a dead man!
Hello. Maddy Bowen.
Thought I'd never call, huh?
And I'm so glad you did. Excuse me.
When am I gonna see you?
Maddy, I want you to do me one more favor, huh?
I want you to go meet Solomon in Conakry.
In Guinea? Why do you want me to go to Guinea?
We found his son...
...but he's gonna need some help, you understand?
Are you hurt?
Yeah, well, I've got a little problem here.
Okay. You- You tell me where you are.
I'm looking at an incredible view right now.
I wish you were here, Maddy.
Okay, then I'm coming to be with you. You just tell me where you are.
I don't think so.
Are you still in Kono? Because I can get someone there to help you.
Maddy, you find someplace safe for the boy, all right?
And keep him out of sight.
And get Solomon to London.
He's bringing something with him.
But he's gonna need your help.
Why aren't you bringing it yourself?
I'm saying it's a real story now.
And you can write the hell out of it.
I'm really happy I met you.
You know that?
I'm really happy I met you too.
And I wish I could be there with you.
That's all right.
I'm exactly where I'm supposed to be.
When we get to the stairs, you just keep walking...
...and I'll wait for you here.
You're not coming.
I'm not here. Good luck.
You must understand, Mr. Vandy...
...that your diamond could have ended up nowhere else but with us.
- It is not enough. -I assure you, 2 million pounds...
...is more than anyone else will offer you for that stone under the
I want what was promised to me by Mr. Archer.
- What was promised to you? -My family.
When they are here, you will get the stone.
I will have the money too.
Well, may I see what I'm buying?
You will get the stone once my family is here.
How do I even know you've got it?
Can you comment on the diamonds mined in Sierra Leone?
I'm not going to comment on some sensationalist magazine article.
- What about Liberia? -No comment. No comment.
- Mr. Van De Kaap- -That's all I have to say.
The natural resources of a country...
Kimberley, South Africa January, 2000
...are the property of its people. They are not ours to steal...
...or exploit in the name of our comfort, our corporations, or our consumerism.
They're ready for you, sir.
The Third World is not a world apart.
And the witness you will hear today speaks on its behalf.
Let us hear the voice of that world. Let us learn from that voice.
And let us ignore it no more.
Ladies and gentlemen, Mr. Solomon Vandy.