I've been kidnapped by an experimental theatre company.
Your audience, they won't even know they are watching.
But they will be grateful.
孩子 他们的父母 无辜的旁观者
Kids, their parents, innocent bystanders
who'd get a piece of shrapnel in their throat
when a bomb goes off right beside them,
were it not for you.
Should you want to go home, of course, back to your, er...
..Your lonely brilliance,
no-one is stopping you.
But if you are at all intrigued by this role...
..We need to ask you a final round of questions.
What's the character?
Are you OK? I'm here to talk to you.
I'll be fine.
天啊 萨利姆 真抱歉
Dear God, Salim, I'm so sorry.
My name is Joanna.
I'm an observer for the International Aid Alliance,
- and it is our job to... - Where am I?
I'm not allowed to say.
Am I still in Greece?
Have they mistreated you at all since your arrival?
Are you getting enough fruit and vegetables?
What is he, a puppy?
We don't have time.
This side is clean, yes?
We've got to get that drop-off location.
Look what I have...
Fire away then, Mart.
Ask me anything.
Let's begin with your family.
Israeli oranges are the best in the world.
It's the only good thing they have...
..Because they were grown on Palestinian soil.
If you want to get out of solitary,
you have to pacify your enemies without betraying your friends.
I have no friends.
Not at first.
But they will find out.
Do you have family you can write to?
I will only write to my lawyers.
Of course. But family plays better with the press.
What about your mother?
- Dead? - Drunk.
Because of your father?
Because my father was a criminal, yes.
Did the school ask you to leave because of these problems?
It was heartless but we didn't have money to pay the school fees.
So, after that fall from grace...
He went to prison, and we lost everything.
I've been fending for myself since I was 15.
But it was the best thing that ever happened to me.
So as soon as you could,
you rebelled to the stage and radical politics.
Oh, there were other ways of rebelling than radical politics.
Sex, of course.
The essential basis to any revolt.
We're not interested in all those failures, Charlie.
Was it your father who made you feel so angry?
- Can we take a break? - In a moment.
It must have upset you, his going to prison like that,
conning people out of their money.
It was humiliation.
The bailiffs coming in, ransacking the place.
Mum having to apply for benefits just to put food on the table.
That sort of thing didn't happen to people like us.
So what did happen?
They took it all.
And where were you when your father died?
Standing in a bus shelter...
Outside the prison, waiting for the gates to open.
Standing in the pissing rain.
15th of July, 1975.
- In July? - You've never been to England, I take it?
Was your mother there with you, Charlie?
When he died?
Let's take that break now.
Who gives her the home truth?
It should come from me.
Thank you, Gadi.
Here you go, like you asked.
You'll have to write in English.
Otherwise they won't let your sister read it.
These people don't allow Arabic.
They responded already, dear.
- Last week? - Your lawyers told you to write to Fatmeh.
I-I don't remember.
Really? You don't remember
me giving you an orange last week, either?
I remember that.
But I'm telling you, your lawyers told you to write to Fatmeh.
That's your sister's name, isn't it?
Fatmeh? You'll have to tell her you're missing, at least.
She already knows...
if I have been here...
I call in every three days.
Contact every three days.
But never the same way twice. We need to tell Marty.
Now, I'm afraid we've found some rather worrying contradictions
in what you told us, Charlie.
Thought we weren't talking politics.
We're not. We're talking beliefs.
The reasoning behind every one of your political choices.
Look, I don't want the world wiped out
in some dick-swinging contest
between some fascist demagogues we've never heard of.
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