Their industry is in crisis,
its survival uncertain...
So, Julie, welcome to Sunderland.
It's great that you want to make a film in the town.
Um, maybe you could tell us a little bit about it, please.
Yes, it's about a 16-year-old boy called Tony,
and he's very insecure and he's shy,
and he's lived in Sunderland his whole life,
and he has this overwhelming
affection and love for his mother.
He absolutely adores her,
he almost has an obsession with her,
and has a constant dream of her dying.
This fear inside him,
he just can't bear the idea of losing her,
当然 最后 她死了
and, of course, in the end, she dies.
Right now, I'm in Knightsbridge
In a really nice flat
I'm gonna get me one of these places
With five of my wives
But you ain't got no cash.
嘿 别提这个 弗兰克
Hey, hey, hey, hey, there's no need for that, Frankie.
There's no need for that, all right?
I was going, I was...
-抱歉 -你好 香肠
- Sorry. - Hello, sausage.
- Hi. - Here she is.
Oh, this is Anthony. He's my lodger.
- Hello. - Ray.
...gets up and walks out the room with another fella,
in front of all my mates, everyone sees it.
What's that about? That's not nice, is it?
I don't know where you're getting that from.
and I've known him for a while. Um...
He's often away, uh, in the provinces,
um, so that's why we felt this would work out,
because I'm often away,
and between us we could... Just split it.
...share that room and split the cost.
- Okay. - Yeah.
Well, as long as he's all right with it.
He's fine with it, and he's very keen to meet you.
- I've told him all about you. - What have you said?
I've said you're a wild...
Because you can be very cheeky.
...exotic, social creature.
He has this fear of losing her.
Hmm. And this overwhelming...
He has this overwhelming attachment
to her always being with him and always being present,
and I found that really interesting,
because I kind of linked that
with his mother city of Sunderland,
关于生存 死亡 腐朽
um, being, you know, dying and decaying and rotting,
and then at the end of the film,
there would ultimately be the death of his mother,
and I found that really...
Yeah, really interesting for me,
-你在上面吗 -是的 我在
- And you've been up there? - Yes. Yes, I have.
I was taking pictures of, um,
some installations by some artists I know,
um, which I found really, really interesting.
Then you got fascinated in the rot?
Yes, yes. In the streets.
She's got the dosh, so why not?
I think if you can get hold of
-拿住相机 -有道理 做你自己的
- a camera like that. - fair enough. Do your thing...
I think you're doing all right, aren't you?
Yeah, she's having a go, ain't she?
Just like the rest of us, so...
Yeah, she's having a go,
but there's other people having a go
拿起相机尝试 你懂的 所以
who can't get that camera, you know what I mean, so...
没错 但是 听着 你不能
Yeah, but, listen, you can't...
I think you should probably, um...
You gotta play to your advantages.
Yeah, absolutely, fair play.
Mate, if you was in the same position,
you'd do the same thing.
Don't get me wrong, fair play to her,
but you gotta...
When you're in a, you know,
a position of privilege, dare I say,
then you've gotta accept it.
If you was successful
and you had your kids, yeah, all right,
you want 'em to make the most out of every situation.
Exactly, but I'd want 'em
to be aware of it. Be aware of it.
好女孩 进来 来吧
Good girl. Come in. Come on.
Can I take something?
I'm all right.
- I'm laden. - Hello!
天呐 罗茜 罗茜
Oh, my Lord. Rosie! Rosie!
Daddy was going to put this in the hunt jumble,
and I thought, you know,
you never have enough lights in here,
and I thought this might be quite good.
What do you think?
Where do you think this could go?
- It's a little too tall. - Could go down...
-我不知 -什么 这里吗
- Well, I don't... - What, there?
Or what do you think about over here?
Yeah, it could go on my desk.
Are you all right?
-没事吧 -没事 购物引发的头疼
- Are you all right? - Yeah. Shopping headache.
Don't you think they'd be nice?
- Yeah. - You could hang them up and around.
Hang them on the... Hang them on those, up there.
Would look Christmassy.
What do you think, Dora?
Just come and...
- Stay. - Stay.
- Don't want to do that. - You don't need to.
-I do. -Need to pay rent.
You kind of do, actually, yeah.
To you. You'd be a terrible landlord.
I am a terrible landlord.
'Cause he's so lovely, Frankie,
but he's... He smokes a lot.
- Does his girlfriend pay rent? - No. - No.
她甚至都没有 比如说 提过这事
She hasn't even, like, suggested it.
Doesn't put anything towards it?
- I'm not gonna ask him. - No.
No, you have to.