Is everyone okay in there?
Agent Ford, FBI.
We want to know what's going on.
But if you harm anyone, it will not end well for you!
Special Agent Holden Ford.
Ninkovich. Is he talking?
Not making much sense. Been briefed?
On the way over. Five people still in there?
A security guard, the secretary, three guys from the line.
一个保安 秘书 还有三个线上的人
Where is she? Take it easy, Mr. Miller.
她在哪 冷静 米勒先生
I want my wife!
Put the gun down, step away from Ms. Curtwell.
I have asked you... We need to see that everyone is unharmed.
You gonna shoot me?
If you do not abide by our terms, and soon...
You can't see me!
I'm warning you, our patience is wearing thin.
How can you shoot what you can't see?
No, thank you.
My name is Holden. I'd like to help you.
Tell me what's going on. I gotta talk to my wife.
All right. She's the only one.
For the moment, is there anything else we can get you?
Get these fucking people away.
If I can get them to back off,
will you... relax with Ms. Curtwell?
Give us some time to reach your wife.
Keep the snipers. Back out the perimeter.
What if he starts firing, we'll have to storm the place.
They're making me nervous. Imagine what they're doing to him.
He has no criminal history. He's clearly having an episode.
We need to keep him calm and wear him down.
Definitely get rid of those reporters.
All right, guys. Back it up!
好了 各位 退后
All right. Let's go. Back it up. Move back.
好 行动 退后 退后
How am I doing?
You see me? Oh, God.
Yes, I can see you!
What do you see? I can see that you're naked.
I can see that you're cold.
Is there a phone in there? Can we get him on the line?
He's got it off the hook.
That was his only demand, talk to his wife?
Took us all day to find her. But she's on her way.
You're not bringing her here.
I want her to calm him down.
Her presence might have the opposite effect.
Hi, Mrs. Miller? Don't get out.
I'm Holden Ford from the FBI.
Do you understand the situation?
Cody's got some people in there?
What happened this morning?
I don't know.
I tried to get him sectioned on Sunday,
but I haven't seen him since.
They told me he stole a shotgun, robbed a liquor store?
Was he delusional? Violent?
He's not violent.
He's been saying that he's invisible for a while now.
Truly invisible. He's been seeing a doctor.
Did the doctor diagnose him?
Cody wouldn't tell me.
He's supposed to be taking medication, but he might've stopped.
What kind of medication? I'm not sure.
Here's his doctor.
What was he doing that you tried to get him sectioned?
He kept talking to people that weren't there,
saying they could see him.
I told him I was gonna leave him if he didn't go to the hospital.
You gave him an ultimatum? I'm sorry.
I feel awful. This is not your fault.
Has he hurt anyone?
Not that we know about. I'm sending you along for now.
Have someone call his doctor.
You need to get his wife to tell him she won't leave him.
We need more information.
Let's see if we can get him on the line.
Everything okay in there?
I'd really like to know what's going on in there.
I promise you, we can work this out.
Where's my wife?
It's a difficult situation. Taking a while to get her here.
She doesn't want to talk to me? That's not it.
She is very worried about you.
You talked to her? On the phone.
Maybe you could talk to her on the phone. No!
She has to be here.
I understand your frustration. What do you understand?
Not being able to communicate with a trusted loved one.
What do you want to say to her?
Why would I tell you?
Maybe I can help.
I don't think so.
Thank you. You're welcome.
大卫·伯科威茨 山姆之子 将面临宿命
You followed procedure. You did your job.
You did everything by the book.
He took hostages. He knew there'd be consequences.
He thought he was invisible.
You're not his shrink.
You're not responsible for diagnosing him. That's not your remit.
These things happen in real time, and we are the last responders.
If an operation's gonna go south, this is not the worst outcome.
Stay focused on what we do.
If I did everything by the book,
it begs the question...
Holden, this place is pretty much
the benchmark for excellence in law enforcement.
In the rest of the world, hostage negotiation's on its way out.
You think the Israelis bothered to negotiate at Entebbe last year?
You didn't lose one hostage or bystander.
That's how we measure success.
And your courses are a big hit in the summer.
I actually think you should be teaching more.
You're putting me out to pasture. No.
I'm putting you to work where it really counts.
Despite what happened.
Because of what happened, Holden.
It seasoned you.
Thank you, sir...
but I'd rather not.
Well, this is awkward.
I'd like you to sleep on it over the weekend...
because you start full time on Monday.
This is how we find ourselves completely out of control.
The fugitive has already
killed a police officer that morning in Austin.
He's taken two nine millimeter rounds in the ass,
grabbed a ten year old boy as a hostage,
and he's holed up in a suburban neighborhood
crawling with women and small children.
Now we must focus on one thing:
San Antonio's chief of police
arrives and starts using a bullhorn,
which more than effectively intimidates our hostage taker.
Coming at anyone with an attitude of "I'm right, you're wrong"
assumes that they're of rational mind.
We must establish communication.
Non threatening communication.
concede nothing, reject nothing, just listen.
不让步 不拒绝 耐心倾听
Listen to what he has to say.
Try understanding him instead of trying to dominate him.
Look for common ground.
And if it feels like you're buying time,
well... that's because you are.
But it's the key to making any perp feel heard.
Our goal is no body bags.
That is the hostage negotiator win win.
And I'm in my office on Friday for anyone who has questions
about the psychological strategies exam.
Wanton, indiscriminate murder.
Seemingly random, serendipitous.
Each one, extremely violent.
No explanation. No apparent reason.
They weren't sexually assaulted,
there was no attempt to relieve them of valuables,
they didn't know their assailant.
Robert Violante and Stacy Moskowitz were making out in their car
when David Berkowitz walked up and shot them both point blank.
Berkowitz killed six people over two summers,
wounding seven more. Why?
Because a dog told him to do it.
we can say that the guy's crazy,
or that he's pretending that he's crazy.
But if we're looking for a motive we can understand,
we suddenly find there is none.
It's a void.
It's a black hole.
Forty years ago, your FBI
was founded hunting down John Dillinger,
Baby Face Nelson, Machine Gun Kelly.
Criminals who thumbed their noses at society,
but were basically in it for personal gain.
Now, we have extreme violence between strangers.
Where do we go...
when motive becomes elusive?
Excuse me, Professor Rathman?
Holden Ford, Hostage Negotiation.
I listened in on your class earlier.
What you were saying about crime today...
I don't know, it really resonates.
Gets their attention.
Were you teaching this before Berkowitz?
A version of it. The headlines kind of fell into my lap.
What got you started?
Starkweather. Whitman. Manson, of course.
斯塔克韦瑟 惠特曼 当然还有曼森
But Son of Sam kind of epitomizes now.
It's as if... we don't know
anymore what moves people to kill one another.
Used to be you find a victim with 50 stab wounds,
you look for the jilted lover, the ex business partner.
Now... it could be a random run in with a disgruntled mailman.
It's a different era. No more "Just the facts, ma'am."
时代不同了 "事实如此 女士"行不通了
That's television. And reruns.
Crime has changed. Right.
Do you... want to grab a beer?
Look at the unprecedented events
that have occurred in the past decade and a half.
A president assassinated.
Fighting an unpopular war that we didn't win.
National Guard killing four college students.
You can hardly wrap your mind around it. Watergate.
Our democracy is vanishing into what?
Is that what all this is about?
Just a response to turmoil?
The government used to be, symbolically, a parental institution.
Now? It's a free for all.
The world barely makes any sense,
so it follows that crime doesn't either.
Listen, you and I could theorize all night long,
but the truth is, I don't fucking know.
I don't know either. No one does.
But we're supposed to, right?
Sure, but here's the troubling thing:
no one's even asking the questions.
Next time, let's discuss Lee Harvey Oswald as Oedipus.
Thank you. Anytime.
What are you looking at?
I like your outfit.
What is that, a jumpsuit? What do you call that?
你穿的是什么 连体裤吗 你们管它叫什么
This? I call it a jumpsuit. Stylish.
这个吗 连体裤 很有型
What do you call that? You look like a Mormon.
You look like my dad.
Is he a Mormon?
No, but he looks like one.
So does mine.
He bought me this suit, as a matter of fact.
Did he buy you those nice shiny shoes?
I have one brown pair and one black pair.
I've got sneakers, but I had to buy those myself.
What kind of grown up lets their parents
choose their clothes for them?
Are you coming on to me? How do you like my approach?
You having a good time?
I will be.
It's my birthday today.
Happy birthday. How old are you?
Twenty four. You don't look old enough to be in here.
What are you, a narc? FBI, actually.
怎么 你是缉毒警察吗 联调局的
Special Agent Holden Ford.
Can you tell? Everybody can tell.
You got a gun?
I have one, but I'm not gonna show it to you.
I'm a teacher. Right up the road at Quantico.
What do you teach?
Hostage negotiation, such as it is.
Holy cow. You really think I look like a narc?
Are you kidding? I don't see it.
You stick out like a sore thumb.
Well, I'm not here to... infiltrate the Black Panthers.
Those guys are hardly Black Panthers.
They're engineering students.
You should go talk to them.
I'm sure the FBI's in need of some great looking black dudes.
You've got the wrong idea about me. You gonna book me?
I'm here to see this really cool band from Detroit.
You ever been to Detroit?
Yes, actually. I was a...
I was a brick agent there for a couple of years.
I can't believe they're here.
They used to play PJ's in Corktown.
You know Corktown? Sure.
It looked like a furniture store. They always sold liquor.
The whole furniture thing was just a front
that started during Prohibition.
Where are you really from?
But the Midwest, right?
I grew up in the Midwest, but I was born in Brooklyn.
You do not seem like a guy from New York.
You don't seem like a girl from Corktown.
Buy you a drink?
卖淫团伙 贩毒组织 反文化
What's your name? Debbie.
You want some pot? Is that a trick question?
Are you serious? No, that's completely inappropriate.
你认真的吗 不行 太不合适了
Come on, it's my birthday.
Oh, Jesus, you're not gonna drink and drive, are you?
You've been plying me with booze all night.
Don't you think that's kind of a mixed message?
So what does a brick agent get up to in Detroit?
Mostly corralling Army deserters.
Guys AWOL from Vietnam trying to get to Canada.
Too scared to go back.
Young guys. Same age I was.
So you were a snitch?
There's worse things than being a snitch.
Maybe this'll loosen you up.
God, you are making me nervous.
You are such a goody goody.
What are you, some kind of honey trap?
I've been warned to watch out for women like you.
You mean normal ones?
So just put your mouth over the hole...
I don't want to talk to somebody trying to calm me.
Get somebody in charge. I am in charge!
I don't want to talk to some flunky pig trying to calm me.
What's he doing?
Will you get back over there? What are they there for?
Will you get the fuck back? Get back there, will ya?
Look at him! Get over there!
Go back there, man! Get over there, will ya?
He wants to kill me so bad, he can taste it! All right?
Attica! Attica! Attica!
Attica! Attica! Attica!
阿提卡 阿提卡 阿提卡
I was so confused, I was doing insane things.
What sort of things, Leon?
After the wedding...
I ran off for ten days to Atlantic City.
Sonny was frantic.
He knew I'd been drinking,
he didn't know where I was, who I was with.
Well, I couldn't explain the things I did.
So I went to a psychiatrist...
who told me...
that I was a woman trapped in a man's body.
So they were both homosexuals,
but he was married,
and his boyfriend wanted to become a woman, which is confusing.
You really gotta get out more, Holden.
It was mixed up.
You didn't like it? No, I really liked it.
你不喜欢吗 不 我挺喜欢的
It was just so... sad.
He was obviously very disturbed, but somehow I liked him.
他显然非常困扰 但不知为何 我喜欢他
Yeah, you have empathy. Yeah.
I really liked the dialogue. It was just very real.
When I started at the Academy,
they would send women out
of the room if there was any of that talk.
They called it "Deviant terminology."
We even had a list of words we had to memorize.
Really? Which words?
就是 fuck, shit, pussy... blow job.
操 妈的 逼 口♥交
Finger my pussy.
Finger my pussy, I'll give you a blow job.
All the bad words used in a sentence.
It's classic he said she said.
He says she hit her head on
the bedpost having consensual sexual intercourse.
She says he knocked her out
and dragged her into this motel room to rape her.
We know she didn't hit her
head on that bedpost because we've measured.
Where do you propose you would go?
University of Virginia in Charlottesville.
Contemporary Applied Criminal Psychology.
Ratchet things up a notch.
What exactly is it you think you're missing out on?
We need to know the current academic thinking.
No, you don't want to rely on academics, Holden.
不 你不会想依赖学术的 霍尔登
I'm not saying rely, just get updated.
We just got updated.
It's all in the library. 1972, everything was new.
都在图书馆里 1972年 都是崭新的
That was five years ago.
What's the thinking now?
There have been some fine psychological studies over the years,
but these are people who don't understand the criminal mind.
They understand their corner of the world,
which is a very small corner.
Well, they must know something.
I'm going to level with you.
I'm going to tell you
something I really don't want you to repeat.
As far as the Bureau is concerned,
psychology is for backroom boys.
You understand what I'm trying to say?
No. What's a "Backroom boy"?
It's just frowned upon.
We should be using every resource we can.
Talking to the smartest people
we find from the broadest possible spectrum.
And we do. Otherwise, it's like the military.
我们正是这样做 否则 就像军队了
Hey, we recruited Elvis. So did the military.
The King doesn't do it for you?
Hoover died over five years ago,
and we're still recruiting
accountants and lawyers like it's 1946.
Actually, recruitment has tapered off.
We can't get accountants. Well, then we're in trouble.
All right. I'll scratch your back
and recommend funding for you to audit a few classes,
but you will be expected to use the opportunity for recruitment.
Speakers, lecturers, great minds.
发言家 演讲家 大师
Are you sure you want me doing that?
You're smart, you're idealistic...
more than a little sensitive.
They're gonna love you.
Hare Krishna. Hare Krishna.
Hare Krishna. And then, in 1872,
哈瑞奎师那 之后 1872年
Italian physician Cesare Lombroso
drags us out of the Dark Ages
and launches the scientific era in criminology
by differentiating five criminal classes:
the born criminal,
criminal by passion,
and the occasional criminal.
In other words, there are those that are born that way
and those who become that way.
And in 1965, there's this other breakthrough.
This criminal psychology research project
at Bellevue psychiatric hospital in New York
couched it like this: personality and character
far outweigh the presence of psychotic or defective diagnoses.
In other words, by extrapolation...
are criminals born...
or are they formed?
Do you mind if I sit?
You know, I wasn't aware of that project at Bellevue.
Well, you should be.
Where I come from, criminals are always born that way.
Some people will never stop believing that.
It's too easy. It lets us off the hook.
Well, essentially we're a puritan nation.
We blame all our problems on a minority of bad apples.
What's your name again? I'm sorry. Is it Leon?
抱歉 你叫什么来着 利昂
Holden Ford. I know who you are.
I've noticed some of the looks I've been getting.
Funny looks isn't a federal offense... yet.
Yeah, they're just curious.
Well, I'm not a spy.
This isn't some kind of cover.
Good. Because that... would have been a really pathetic cover.
I'm actually an instructor too, but I'm just here to learn.
And I'm here to talk to people like you.
What do you want to talk about?
I want to start a dialogue with you.
Would that be okay?