People get hurt.
You have to learn to be able to play it blindfolded.
The page, for God's sake! The notes!
I'm sorry. I was, uh, forgetting them, Professor.
Would it be asking too much to learn them first?
And--and then forget them?
Just give me the fingering.
David. Come on, my boy.
We're going to rest muscles and fingers today...
and try to exercise the imagination.
First movement cadenza. Let's pick it up from, uh...
Your hands must form the unbreakable habit... of playing the notes,
so that you can forget all about them...
and let it come from here. The heart...
that's where it comes from.
Don't you just love those big, fat chords?
You have to tame the piano, David,
or it'll get away from you.
It's a monster.
Tame it, or it'll swallow you whole.
Coming along nicely, David.
Morning, Mrs. Perkins.
I call this my little mausoleum, David.
warts and all.
They made this after he was dead.
Poor Franz. Dead as a post, eh?
You can still get these on the Left Bank, you know.
I've got Rachmaninoff in here somewhere.
You know, l...
played the Rach 3 for him once.
He said he could hear himself in my playing.
He said it seemed... as if I had touched his soul.
That wasn't so bad, was it?
Not too bad at all, Professor.
Now it's your turn, David.
once you've done it, nobody can ever take it away from you.
And you must play... as if there was no tomorrow.
Come on, David, don't let me down.
How many moments of genius today, Cecil?
Who is this?
Daddy, I'm home.
Someone here to see you, David.
It's me, David.
Suzie. Do we know Suzie?
Your sister, David.
Oh, sister Suzie, sister Suzie.
Thank you, Sister. Sister Nurse. Sister Suzie.
David, I won't be able to come and visit so often.
Not--not so often, sweet--sweet, soft Suzie. Not so often.
I'm going to live in Melbourne.
Oh, that's a trick. Don't tell Daddy.
The milk--the milk--mustn't cry over spilt milk.
Oh, well, what can you do, Margaret? What can you do?
Margaret's in lsrael, remember?
I remember Margaret. She called me dopey.
Or was it a pig? It was the poodle.
It was the poodle. It was the poodle.
It was all very complicated, wasn't it?
Complicate in lsrael.
It was--it was a battleground.
War zone. It was a war zone.
It was such a bore, it was such a bore.
It was always a war. It was all--
it just destroys everything, really, doesn't it?
That's right, Nurse. That's right.
I knew I'd find you here.
Oh, I've been a naughty boy again, haven't I?
I--I misbehaved, haven't I, Nurse?
I think I have. That's true, isn't it?
Come on, David.
I--I might get into trouble. I might--
I might get punished for the rest of my life,
because--because I'm flawed. I'm--I'm fatally flawed.
Oh, you silly sausage.
Because it--it's f-f-forbidden fruit.
The doctor said it's forbidden fruit.
I--l--I'm not disappointing him and all that.
Am--am l disappointing him?
Because, you see, the thing is, he was--he was--
he--he didn't approve, did he? He didn't approve.
He was--he was very disapproving.
Come on, Charlie.
Let's put it over here, shall we?
Oh, so you can read music?
Oh, kind of. Kind of.
Perhaps I'm just turning over a new leaf.
But that's all right, isn't it?
My name's Beryl Alcott. What's yours?
Alcott, Alcott. Oh, that sounds a lot like my name.
Helfgott-- that's my name, Beryl.
That's right. Ridiculous, isn't it?
It means "with the help of God." It's ridiculous.
What's your first name, Mr. Helfgott?
挺傻的 哦 我叫...
Ridiculous. Oh, yes, first things first, Beryl.
Uh, David. I'm David. I'm David. How's that sound?
You're David Helfgott?
That's right, Beryl. That's right.
But I used to watch you win all those competitions.
Oh, win some, lose some.
You can't lose them all. It's not your fault.
I was quite a fan.
Do you still play?
Oh, I mustn't. The doctor said I mustn't.
It'll all end in tears if I misbehave.
I mustn't. That's right.
没错 没错 我想是没错的
That's right. ls that right? I think it's right.
Because it might damage me. The doctor said it might damage me,
because it did--long time-- long time--once before.
Long, long, long, long time ago.