And I'd rather die than inflict the same thing on our children.
That won't happen.
Not if we don't let it.
But please don't drink.
She's giving it all away?
To the charity, yes.
Strange kind of charity.
Robert. Go and say hello.
- I'm only telling you in case... - Patrick!
Patrick seems a little off.
So he should be!
It's so lovely here.
- You found it. - Yes.
Oh, it's good to be here.
Who's this now?
I told you, it's Patrick's friend Julia.
Lucy's her daughter.
He certainly seems pleased to see her.
He's just being nice.
She's been having a hard time.
But can't you fight it? You're a barrister, for Christ's sake!
She may be an unmaternal idiot but it's her money.
If she wants to burn the last of it on a New Age hotel,
there's nothing I can do to stop her.
Well, can't you pretend to be a shaman and keep the place?
Sadly, I'm one of the few people on earth
that has absolutely no healing powers.
Why aren't you two playing with each other?
Besides, I find it difficult enough looking after my family,
let alone saving the world.
I think looking after your children
can be another way of giving up.
Well, they become the whole ones,
the well ones, the ones who don't drink too much,
become mentally ill.
You spend so much time guarding them
against decay and depression
that you end up decayed and depressed.
I'm a bit down.
Since the divorce, I get these terrible moments of vertigo,
like I don't exist.
I get that.
At your age? I think that's very pretentious.
But it doesn't stop you being a happy child, does it?
When it's happening.
You're doing a wonderful job.
Oh, Christ, it's the landlord.
You don't like Julia very much.
I do like her.
But whereas clever people are just thinking out loud,
Julia's thinking about what she sounds like.
I shouldn't have said that.
Don't repeat it.
Are you a healer yourself?
是啊 谢默斯 你治愈过谁
Yes, Seamus, who have you healed?
Well, I actually worked in a nursing home for many years,
washing patients covered in their own feces,
spoon-feeding old people who couldn't feed themselves,
that sort of thing.
你知道吗 我对此很感激 茱莉亚
And, do you know what? I'm grateful for it, Julia.
It's kept me grounded.
What a shame you didn't stick to that.
You might have actually done some tangible good.
Patrick likes to keep me grounded too.
But I think we do tangible good here,
with the courses we run.
We bring inner-city kids here and they love it -
the meditation, the drumming.
They... They say to me...
"Seamus, this is incredible!
It's like tripping without the drugs."
Do we need a charity for tripping?
With all the ills in the world,
it seems a rather wild hole to plug.
Can't you just give them acid?
You can tell he's a barrister.
I'm all for people having hobbies.
Can't they do it in the comfort of their own homes?
some homes are not that comfortable.
I know the feeling.
This gift of Eleanor's about the house.
-是的 她提过了 -我会调查的
- Yeah, she mentioned that. - I'm looking into it.
Don't go picking out the wallpaper just yet.
I hesitate to mention this.
Please keep on hesitating.
But this idea of yours to sign the house over
to the Foundation...
I've looked over the paperwork and I have to point out
- it leaves you very exposed. - I really...
Of course you must do as you wish
-但你的储蓄... -不 拜托
- but your store of capital-- - No, please...
- No. - won't pay for much more--
- I... -.. care.
We could go broke very quickly.
Patrick is only trying to help.
- You can do what you want. - Yes.
If you could just loan the house for the time being--
- I really do object! - .. and decide...
Well, we'll leave you.
You must be tired.
Sorry if I upset you.
Please don't...leave me.
I want to go away.
What do you mean?
What can drive a man mad is being forced to have the emotion
he's being forbidden to have at the same time.
The treachery makes me feel furious
and now I'm being forced to feel pity.
Well, I'm a simple sort of man and I remain fucking angry!
罗伯特 大家都在泳池那 去找他们玩吧
Robert, everyone's by the pool. Go and join them.
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