Ah, Walter Craig?
How do you do? You're Eliot Foley?
That's right. So glad you were able to come.
Let's have your bag and
put the car away afterwards.
It struck me after I telephoned you,
rather cheek on my part
asking a busy architect
like yourself to spend
the weekend with a set
of complete strangers.
Not a bit.
We're pretty cramped for space here.
We need at least two more bedrooms.
- And with only one living room?
- Yes, only one living room.
However, we'll go into all that
in the morning, shall we?
- 你知道这个地方吗？ - 不，我从没来过
- Know this part of the world at all?
- No, I've never been here before...
- ...确实没 -我来拿
- not actually. - Let me take your things.
Fancy you spotting that.
Trained professional eye, eh?
Yes, of course.
We've got several other guests,
so I've put you in the barn,
but don't get worried...
It has central heating
and every modern convenience.
The very words I was going to use.
Listen, I expect they've started tea.
Yes... yes, they have.
Mother, this is Mr Craig.
Oh, I'm so glad you're here.
How do you do? Well, come along in.
Let me introduce you to the others. Mrs Cortland.
How do you do?
Dr Van Straaten.
How do you do? Very pleased to meet you.
- 格兰杰先生 - 你好
- And, er... Mr Grainger. - How do you do?
- 这位是莎莉·奥哈拉 - 你好
- And this is Sally O'Hara. - How do you do?
You must be tired after your drive.
Come and sit over here by the fire.
I can't tell you how delighted I am
you were able to accept my son's invitation.
You see we are both such admirers of your work.
You'd like some tea, wouldn't you?
Do you take milk and sugar?
Milk and sugar, Mr Craig?
Milk and sugar, Mr Craig?
You're still there.
So it isn't a dream this time.
I beg your pardon.
As it isn't a dream this time,
I must be going out of my mind.
Dr Van Straaten. You're a psychiatrist.
You always treat me.
You'll treat me now, won't you?
Forgive me, I don't quite understand the joke.
It isn't a joke. I only wish it were.
I've seen you in my dreams.
Sounds like a sentimental song, doesn't it?
I've dreamt about you over and over again, Doctor.
Hardly turns you into a mental case.
After all, recurring dreams are quite common.
But how did I dream about you?
I've never set eyes on you in my life.
Very likely, you've seen
my photograph in the papers.
That's why my face seems familiar to you.
I don't think so.
Even if it were, is that any reason why
I should keep on dreaming about you?
After all, you don't mean anything to me.
There may be an association of ideas.
I may be linked to something
that means a great deal to you.
I should have to psychoanalyse
you to find that out.
But it doesn't end there.
You see, everybody in this room
is part of my dream. Everybody.
-天呐 - 上帝啊，真的假的？
- Gosh! - Good Lord, really?
- 你开玩笑吧 - 我们所有人？
- You're kidding! - What all of us?
I can only tell you that when I came
into this room, I recognised you all.
Having seen all our photographs in
the newspapers, eh, Dr Van Straaten?
You may have seen me on the sports
page. Motor racing's my line.
And there was one of me once,
in the "Kentish Mercury".
When I was a bridesmaid at
my sister's wedding. You remember?
Oh... But I shouldn't think
you've come across that.
- 我从来没拍过照 - 你拍过，亲爱的
- I've never had my photograph taken.
- Oh, yes, you did dear once.
You know the one.
Naked on a fur rug, six months old.
Good Lord, that's right. I don't think
he'd recognise me, I was much fatter.
Surely, Mr Craig, you might've seen
any of us some time or another.
- 街上或其他地方 - 是的...
- In the street or anywhere. - Yes...
But why should I always dream
about meeting you all together,
here in this room that I've never
been in, in my life, until today?
Mr Craig, can you describe
what happens in your dream?
Well, not in detail,
but it always starts exactly the
same as when I arrived, just now.
I turn off the main road into the lane.
At the bend in the lane,
the house comes into view.
I stop, because I recognise it.
Then I drive on again, and
Foley meets me at the front door.
I recognise him, too.
And then, when I'm taking off my coat,
I have the most extraordinary feeling.
I nearly turn and run for it,
because I know I am going to come
face to face with the six of you.
Well, you've only come face to face with
five of us so far, not counting Eliot.
That's right. Five of you.
There is a sixth person who comes in later.
Can you describe this late arrival?
- 是深色头发的妩媚女子 - 你能告诉我们的就这些
- It's an attractive girl with dark hair.
- Is that you can tell us about her?
She comes in quite unexpectedly,
and says something about not having any money.
- 身无分文的深发姑娘 - 真浪漫
- A penniless brunette, eh?
- How romantic.
Do you fall madly in love with her Mr Craig?
Have you ever told anyone about your dream?
No, I don't think so. Not even my wife.
Now I come to think of it, after I wake,
it never stays in my memory
for more than a few seconds.
And none of it ever comes back to
me until the next time it starts.
In fact, there's no evidence you ever
dreamed this dream at all, is there?
None whatever. I haven't a scrap of proof.
Personally, I don't need any.
I believe what you say, Mr Craig.
I believe you really have dreamt about us all.
- 我也是 - 我也是
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