Do you believe in God?
How can you?
I can't believe in people.
I have to believe in something, or I'd fall.
Fall down through the cracks...
and never stop falling.
Thank you, sir.
Arthur. I don't think that's really appropriate
not with Sheila here.
She's heard a lot worse than that.
- Have you? - You know I have.
An altogether excellent dinner.
You must tell cook from me, Sybil.
And you're not supposed to say such things in front of guests.
In trouble again!
不过 这确实是一等一的晚餐 伯灵夫人
Well, it really was first class, Mrs Birling.
-谢谢 -我可没把杰拉德当客人 你明白吧
- Thank you. - I don't think of Gerald as a guest, you know.
Not any more.
I don't see how he can be, after tonight.
Oh, do take some, Mummy.
It is a special occasion.
Very well. Just a little.
All right, Edna. I'll ring from the drawing room
when we want coffee.
What's the matter with you?
我也不知道 不好意思 我只是
I don't know. Sorry, I just...
Ah, he's squiffy.
No, I'm not.
Now that our glasses are full,
I'd like to say a few words to mark the occasion.
Stop it, you two.
Gerald, I don't mind telling you
that your engagement to Sheila...
...means a tremendous amount to me.
You're just the kind of son-in-law I've always wanted.
Your father and I have been rivals in business
for longer than I care to remember,
but you're bringing us together.
And perhaps we can look forward to
a time when Birling and Company
and Crofts Limited are no longer competing, but working as one.
-是啊 是啊 -更低成本
- Hear hear. - Lower costs,
higher prices, eh?
My father would certainly agree to that.
You're making it sound like a political alliance.
We know there's a lot more to it than that.
And you've chosen the best possible time to be married.
The economy's on the way up at last,
the workers are knuckling under
and realising what's good for them...
What about war?
There's not going to be a war, Eric.
The Germans don't want a war any more than we do.
Because according to the papers...
Let's not talk about this now.
I want to wish the pair of you the very best that life can bring.
our congratulations and very best wishes.
Um... Yes. To both of you.
She's not bad really, Gerald.
Got a bit of a temper.
Watch out for the right hook.
Really, I hope you find happiness.
I really do.
Well, I can't drink to this, can I?
When do I drink?
You can drink to me.
All right, I will.
I drink to you, Gerald.
And I drink to you.
I hope that I can make you as happy as you deserve to be.
And I would like to begin...
by giving you this.
Oh, Gerald! Is it the one you wanted me to have?
The very one.
看呀 妈妈 是不是很美
Ah, look, Mummy, isn't it a beauty?
It certainly is.
Steady the buffs.
Now I really feel engaged.
Yes, well, I should hope that you do!
Well, now...shall we go through?
- We won't be long. - Don't be.
Eric? May I have a word?
好的 妈妈 当然
Yes, Mama, of course.
Please don't drink too much port.
I'm not squiffy.
Well, I think you are a little bit... "squiffy".
Why are you drinking so much tonight anyway?
You clearly can't take as much as your father...
or Gerald, if it comes to it.
I expect you'll be saying that when I'm 40.
Well, I may not be here when you're 40,
so I'm saying it now.
Don't worry, Mother.
-我只是 -保持风度 埃里克
- I'm just... - Standards, Eric.
They very much wanted to be here, of course,
but they've got into the habit
of taking a short break at this time of year...
What, they leave you in charge of the works?
They do, yes.
Do you hear that, Eric?
Gerald's father leaves him in charge from time to time.
That'll be you one day...
if you buck your ideas up.
There was a time when I thought this would never happen.
I haven't won a prize.
Well, you have, in a way.
You've secured your whole future.
Don't take this the wrong way, Gerald,
but I've a feeling your mother