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The Shawshank Redemption
1994
The Shawshank Redemption (1994).srt
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♪ THE INK SPOTS: If I Didn't Care ♪
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♪ If I didn't care ♪
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♪ More than words can say ♪
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♪ If I didn't care ♪
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♪ Would I feel this way? ♪
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♪ If this isn't love ♪
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♪ Then why do I thrill? ♪
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♪ And what makes my head go round and round ♪
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♪ While my heart stands still ♪
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♪ If I didn't care ♪
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♪ Would it be the same? ♪
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♪ Would my every prayer begin and end ♪
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♪ With just your name ♪
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♪ And would I be sure ♪
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♪ That this is love beyond compare ♪
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♪ Would all this be true ♪
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♪ If I didn't care for you? ♪
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Mr. Dufresne,
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describe the confrontation you had with your wife the night she was murdered.
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It was very bitter.
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She said she was glad I knew, that she hated all the sneaking around.
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And she said she wanted a divorce in Reno.
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What was your response?
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I told her I would not grant one.
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"I'll see you in hell before I see you in Reno"
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Those were the words you used, Mr. Dufresne, according to the testimony of your neighbours.
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If they say so. I really don't remember, I was upset.
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What happened after you argued with your wife?
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She packed a bag.
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She packed a bag to go and stay with Mr. Quentin.
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DA: Glenn Quentin.
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Golf pro at the Snowdon Hills Country Club.
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the man whom you had recently discovered was your wife's lover.
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Did you follow her?
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I went to a few bars first.
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Later, I drove to his house to confront them.
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They weren't home, so I, parked in the turnout,
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and waited.
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DA: With what intention?
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DUFRESNE: I'm not sure.
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I was confused.
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Drunk.
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I think... mostly, I wanted to scare them.
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When they arrived, you went up to the house and murdered them.
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No. I was sobering up.
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I got back in the car, and I drove home to sleep it off.
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Along the way, I stopped, and I threw my gun into the Royal River.
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I feel like I've been very clear on this point.
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Well, where I get hazy is where the cleaning woman shows up the following morning...
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...and finds your wife in bed with her lover, riddled with .38 caliber bullets.
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How does that strike you as a fantastic coincidence Mr. Dufresne, or is it just me?
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(Whispers) Yes, it does.
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Yet you still maintain that you threw your gun into the river before the murders took place.
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- That's very convenient. - It's the truth.
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DA: The police dragged that river for three days, and nary a gun was found.
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So, there could be no comparison made between your gun
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and the bullets taken from the bloodstained corpses of the victims.
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And that-- also...
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is very convenient.
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Isn't it, Mr. Dufresne?
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Since I am innocent of this crime, sir,
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I find it decidedly inconvenient that the gun was never found.
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♪ THE INK SPOTS: If I Didn't Care ♪
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♪ And would I be sure that this ♪
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♪ Is love beyond compare... ♪
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(Switches off radio)
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DA: Ladies and gentlemen, you've heard all the evidence, you know the facts.
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We have the accused at the scene of the crime.
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We have footprints, tyre tracks,
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with bullets strewn on the ground bearing his fingerprints, a broken bourbon bottle,
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likewise with fingerprints.
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And most of all,
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we have a beautiful young woman and her lover,
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lying dead in each other's arms.
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They... had sinned.
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But was their crime so great as to merit a death sentence?
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Now, while you think about that.
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Think about this.
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A revolver holds six bullets.
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Not eight.
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I submit that this was not a hot-blooded crime of passion.
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That at least could be understood, if not condoned.
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No. This was...
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revenge of a much more brutal and cold-blooded nature. Consider this.
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Four-- bullets-- per victim.
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Not six shots fired, but eight.
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That means, that he fired the gun empty,
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and then stopped to reload...
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..so that he could shoot each of them again.
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An extra bullet per lover.
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Right in the head.
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(Both panting)
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You strike me as a particularly icy and remorseless man, Mr. Dufresne.
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It chills my blood just to look at you.
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By the power vested in me by the state of Maine,
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I hereby order you to serve two life sentences, back to back.
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One for each of your victims. So be it!
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(Gavel bangs)
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Sit.
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We see by your file you've served 20 years of a life sentence.
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Yes, sir.
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You feel you've been rehabilitated?
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Oh, yes, sir. Absolutely, sir.
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I mean, I learned my lesson?
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I can honestly say. I'm a changed man.
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I'm no longer a danger to society.
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That's God's honest truth.
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Hey, Red. How'd it go?
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Same old shit. Different day.
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Yeah? I know how you feel. I'm up for rejection next week.
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Yeah, I got rejected last week.
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It happens?
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Hey, Red. Bump me a deck.
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Get the fuck out of my face, will you man! You're into me for five packs already.
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- Four? - Five.
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RED: There must be a con like me in every prison in America.
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I'm the guy who can get it for you.
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Cigarettes, a bag of reefer - if that's your thing -
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a bottle of brandy to celebrate your kid's high-school graduation.
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Damn near anything, within reason.
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Yes, sir. I'm a regular Sears and Roebuck.
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(Siren wails)
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So, when Andy Dufresne came to me in 1949
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and asked me to smuggle Rita Hayworth into the prison for him,
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I told him, "No problem."
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Andy came to Shawshank Prison
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in early 1947, for murdering his wife and the fella she was banging.
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On the outside he had been vice-president of a large Portland bank.
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Good work for a man as young as he was.
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(Applause and whistling)
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Hey, Red.
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(Whistling)
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(Men cheering)
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(Men shouting and jeering)
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Do you speak English, butt steak? You follow this officer.
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(Men shouting)
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I haven't seen such a sorry-looking heap of m-m-maggot shit in all my life.
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MAN: Hey, fish! Come over here?
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(Shouting) - Come on, fish. Come on, fish!
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Taking bets today, Red?
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Smokes or coins? Better's choice.
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Smokes. Put me down for two.
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All right. Who's your horse?
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That little sack of shit. Eighth...
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Eighth from the front. He'll be first.
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- Oh bullshit! I'll take that action. - Yeah, me too.
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You're out some smokes, son. Let me tell you.
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Heywood, if you're so smart, you call it.
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I'll take. T-T-The chubby fat-ass there.
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The fifth one from the front. Put me down for a quarter deck.
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(Men shouting) - Fresh fish!
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Fresh fish today! We're reeling them in!
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RED: I must admit, I didn't think much of Andy, first time I laid eyes on him.
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Looked like a stiff breeze would blow him over.
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That was my first impression of the man.
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MAN: What do you say, Red?
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That tall drink of water with the silver spoon up his ass.
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That guy? Never happen.
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Ten cigarettes?
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That's a rich bet.
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All right. Who's gonna prove me wrong?
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Heywood? Jigger?
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Skeet?
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Floyd?
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Four brave souls.
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TANNOY: Return to your cell blocks for evening count.
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All prisoners return to your cell blocks.
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Turn to the right. Eyes front.
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This is Mr. Hadley. He's Captain of the Guards.
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I'm Mr. Norton, the Warden.
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You are convicted felons.
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That's why they've sent you to me.
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Rule number one:
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No blasphemy.
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I'll not have the Lord's name taken in vain in my prison.
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The other rules...
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you'll figure out as you go along.
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Any questions?
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When do we eat?
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HADLEY: You eat when we say you eat!
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You shit when we say you shit, and you piss when we say you piss.
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You got that, you maggot-dick motherfucker?!
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Aarghh!
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On your feet.
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NORTON: I believe in two things.
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Discipline and the Bible.
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Here you'll receive both.
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Put your trust in the Lord.
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Your ass belongs to me.
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Welcome to Shawshank.
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Unhook 'em.
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Turn around.
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That's enough.
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Move to the end of the cage.
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Turn around.
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Delouse him.
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Turn around.
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Move out of the cage, go left. Pick up your clothes and Bible.
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Next man up.
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To the right. Right, right, right.
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Left, left.
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RED: The first night's the toughest. No doubt about it.
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They march you in, naked as the day you were born,
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skin burning and half-blind from that delousing shit they throw on you.
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And when they put you in that cell,
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and those bars slam home...
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that's when you know it's for real.
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Old life blown away in the blink of an eye.
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Nothing left,
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but all the time in the world to think about it.
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Most new fish come close to madness the first night.
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Somebody always breaks down crying.
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Happens every time.
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The only question is:
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Who's it gonna be?
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It's as good a thing to bet on as any, I guess.
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I had my money on Andy Dufresne.
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Lights out!
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(Click of light switches)
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RED: I remember my first night.
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Seems like a long time ago.
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MAN: Yoo-hoo!
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Hey, fish.
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Fish, fish, fish, fish, fishy.
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- Boy, are you scared of the dark? - You like it here, new fish?
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You'll wish your daddy never dicked your mommy.
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Fishy! Oh, I want me a pork chop. Oh, yes!
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You taking this down, new fish? There's gonna be a quiz later!
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- Poke your ass out, give me a first look! - Shh! Keep it down.
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RED: The boys always go fishing with first-timers.
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They don't quit till they reel someone in.
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(Men whispering in background)
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Hey, Fat Ass.
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Fat Ass.
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Talk to me, boy.
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I know you're there. I can hear you breathing.
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Don't you listen to these nitwits. You hear me?
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This place ain't so bad.
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I tell you what.
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I'll introduce you around. Make you feel right at home.
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I know a couple of big old bull queers
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that would just love to make your acquaintance.
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Especially that big, white, m-mushy butt of yours.
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God!
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I don't belong here!
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MAN: We have a winner!
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FAT ASS: I wanna go home!
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And it's Fat Ass by a nose!
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Hey, it's the fat guy! It's the fat guy!
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Fresh fish! Fresh fish! Fresh fish!
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FAT ASS: I don't belong here!
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ALL: Fresh fish!
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I wanna go home. I want my mommy.
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MAN: I had your mother. She wasn't that great.
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(Men chanting) Fresh fish!
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(Door opens)
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What the christ is this happy horse shit?!
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He took the Lord's name in vain. I'm telling the Warden.
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You'll be tell him with my baton up your ass!
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FAT ASS: You got to let me out of here!
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What is your malfunction, you fat barrel of monkey spunk?!
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FAT ASS: Please...
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I ain't supposed to be here.
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Not me!
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I ain't gonna count to three. I'm not not even gonna count to one.
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You will shut the fuck up, or I'll sing you a lullaby!
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(Whispers) Shut up, man. Shut up.
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There's been a mistake!
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You don't understand! I'm not supposed to be here!
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Open that cell.
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MAN: Me neither. You people run this place like a fucking prison!
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HADLEY: Son of a bitch.
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(Thuds)
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(Whimpering)
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PRISONER: Captain, take it easy...
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(Yelps)
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if I hear so much as a mouse fart in here the rest of the night,
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I swear by God and sonny Jesus, you will all visit the infirmary!
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Every last motherfucker in here!
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Call the trustees. Take that tub of shit down to the infirmary.
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RED: His first night in the joint, Andy Dufresne cost me two packs of cigarettes.
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He never-- made-- a sound.
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(Gate buzzer)
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GUARD: Tier 3 North. Clear.
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Tier 2 South. Clear.
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Tier 3 South. Clear.
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Tier 1 North...
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- Tier 1 South. Clear. - Tier 4 South. Clear.
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Prepare to roll out.
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GUARD: Roll out!
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Are... are you going to eat that?
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I hadn't... I hadn't planned on it.
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Do you mind?
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Ah... that's nice and ripe.
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(Chirps)
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Jake says thank you.
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Fell out of his nest over by the plate shop.
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I'm going to look after him until he's big enough to fly.
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Oh, no, no. Here he comes.
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Morning, fellas! Fine morning, ain't it?
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You know why it's a fine morning, don't you?
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Come on. Set 'em down. I want 'em all lined up here,
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just like a pretty little chorus line.
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Yeah, look at that!
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- Look at that. Oh, Lord! - I can't stand this guy.
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(inhales)
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Yes. Richmond, Virginia.
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- Smell my ass! - After he smells mine.
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Gee Red that's a terrible shame about your horse coming in last, an' all.
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But I sure do love that winning horse of mine, though.
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I believe I owe that boy a great big, sloppy kiss when I see him.
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Why don't you give him some of your cigarettes, instead?
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Lucky fuck.
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Hey, Tyrell.
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You pull infirmary duty this week?
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How's that horse of mine doing anyway?
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Dead.
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Hadley busted his head up pretty good. The Doc had already gone home for the night.
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Poor bastard lay there till this morning.
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By then, hell, there weren't nothing we could do.
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What was his name?
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What did you say?
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I was just wondering if anyone knew his name.
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What the fuck do you care, new fish?
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it doesn't fuckin' matter what his name was. He's dead.
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Hey.
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Anybody come at you yet?
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Anybody get to you yet?
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Hey, we all need friends in here.
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I could be a friend to you.
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Hey.
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Hard to get.
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I like that.
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RED: Andy kept pretty much to himself at first.
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I guess he had a lot on his mind,
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trying to adapt to life on the inside.
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It wasn't until a month went by that he finally opened his mouth
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to say more than two words to somebody.
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As it turned out...
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that somebody was me.
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TANNOY: Officers Russell and Burwell report to the duty officer.
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I'm Andy Dufresne.
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The wife-killing banker.
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Why'd you do it?
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I didn't, since you ask.
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(Laughs) You're gonna fit right in!
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Everybody in here's innocent. Didn't you know that?
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- Heywood, what are you in here for? - Didn't do it. Lawyer fucked me.
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Rumour has it you're a real cold fish.
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You think your shit smells sweeter than most. Is that right?
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- What do you think? - To tell you the truth,
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I haven't made up my mind. (Chuckles)
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I understand you're a man that knows how to get things.
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I'm known to locate certain things, from time to time.
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- I wonder if you might get me a rock hammer. - A what?
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A rock hammer.
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- What is it, and why? - What do you care?
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Well if it for a toothbrush, I wouldn't ask question. I'd just quote a price.
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but then a toothbrush is a non-lethal object. Isn't it?
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Fair enough.
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A rock hammer is about six or seven inches long.
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Looks like a miniature pickaxe.
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Pickaxe?
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- For rocks? - Rocks?
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Quartz?
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Quartz.
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And some mica.
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Shale.
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Limestone.
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So?
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So, I'm a rock hound.
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At least, I was in my old life. I'd like to be again on a limited basis.
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Or maybe you'd like to sink your toy into somebody's skull.
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No, sir.
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I have no enemies here.
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No? Wait a while.
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Word gets around.
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The Sisters have taken quite a liking to you.
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Especially Bogs.
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I don't suppose it would help any if I explained to them I'm not homosexual.
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RED: Neither are they.
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You have to be human first. They don't qualify.
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Bull queers take by force. It's all they want or understand.
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If I were you, I'd grow eyes in the back of my head.
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Thanks for the advice.
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Well, that's free.
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You understand my concern.
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Well, if there's any trouble, I won't use the hammer. Okay?
00:27:14.758 – 00:27:18.969
Then I guess you want to escape. Tunnel under the wall, maybe?
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Did I miss something here? What's so funny?
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You'll understand when you see the rock hammer.
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What's an item like this usually go for?
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Seven dollars in any rock and gem shop.
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My normal mark-up's 20 per cent.
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But this is a specialty item.
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The risk goes up, the price goes up.
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Let's make it an even ten bucks.
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Ten it is.
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Waste of money, if you ask me.
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Why's that?
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Folks around this joint love surprise inspections.
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If they find it, you're gonna lose it.
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If they do catch you with it, you don't know me.
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You mention my name, we never do business again.
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Not for shoelaces or a stick of gum. Now, you got that?
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I understand.
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Thank you.
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Mr. err..?
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Red. The name's Red.
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Red?
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Why do they call you that?
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Maybe it's because I'm Irish.
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RED: I could see why some of the boys took him for snobby.
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He had a quiet way about him.
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A walk and a talk that just wasn't normal around here.
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He strolled...
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like a man in a park, without a care or worry in the world.
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Like he had on an invisible coat that would shield him from this place.
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Yeah. I think it would be fair to say...
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I liked Andy from the start.
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Let's-- go! Some of us have got a schedule to keep!
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Move it! Come on. Move it!
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Bob, how are you doing? How's the wife treating you?
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Easy.
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Keep it moving.
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Red.
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RED: Andy was right. I finally got the joke.
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It would take a man about 600 years to tunnel under the wall with one of these.
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Book?
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Not today.
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- Book? - No.
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Hey, Brooksy.
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Delivery for Dufresne.
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Book?
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Dufresne...
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Here, your book.
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Thanks.
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Dufresne! We're running low on Hexlite.
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Get on back and fetch us up some.
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If you get this in your eyes, it blinds you.
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Honey, hush.
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(Groans)
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That's it. You fight.
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It's better that way.
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(Screaming and yelling)
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RED: I wish I could tell you that Andy fought the good fight,
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and The Sisters let him be.
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I wish I could tell you that.
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But prison is no fairy-tale world.
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He never said who did it.
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But we all knew.
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(Gate buzzer)
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Things went on like that for a while.
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Prison life consists of routine...
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and then more routine.
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Every so often, Andy would show up with fresh bruises.
00:32:44.17 – 00:32:46.213
The Sisters kept at him.
00:32:46.297 – 00:32:50.425
Sometimes he was able to fight 'em off. Sometimes not.
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And that's how it went for Andy.
00:32:53.846 – 00:32:56.39
That was his routine.
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I do believe those first two years were the worst for him.
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And I also believe, if things had gone
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on that way, this place would have got the best of him.
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But then, in the spring of 1949,
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the powers that be decided that...
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The roof of the license-plate factory needs resurfacing?
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I need a dozen volunteers for a week's work.
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As you know,
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special detail carries with it special privileges.
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RED: It was outdoor detail...
00:33:29.465 – 00:33:33.051
..and May is one damn fine month to be working outdoors.
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Stay in line there.
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More than a hundred men volunteered for the job.
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(Whispers)
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Wallace E. Unger.
00:33:45.606 – 00:33:48.066
Ellis Redding.
00:33:48.151 – 00:33:50.986
Wouldn't you know it.
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Me and some fellows I know were among the names called.
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GUARD: Andrew Dufresne.
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RED: It only cost us a pack of smokes per man.
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I made my usual 20 per cent, of course.
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HADLEY: So, this big-shot lawyer calls me long-distance from Texas.
00:34:06.002 – 00:34:07.711
I say, "Yeah?"
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He says uhh, "Sorry to inform you, but your brother just died."
00:34:11.591 – 00:34:14.092
Oh, damn, Byron. I'm sorry to hear that.
00:34:14.177 – 00:34:15.552
I'm not. He was an asshole.
00:34:15.636 – 00:34:17.971
Ran of years ago. Figured him for dead, anyway.
00:34:18.056 – 00:34:22.017
So, anyway, this Lawyer fella says to me, "Your brother died a rich man."
00:34:22.101 – 00:34:24.811
Oil wells and shit. Close to a million bucks.
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GUARD: A million bucks?
00:34:27.44 – 00:34:29.816
Yeah, fucking incredible how lucky some assholes get.
00:34:29.901 – 00:34:32.444
Jeez-Louise! Are you gonna see any of that?
00:34:32.528 – 00:34:35.614
35,000. That's what he left me.
00:34:35.698 – 00:34:37.616
- Dollars? - Yeah.
00:34:37.7 – 00:34:40.827
Holy shit! That's great. That's like winning the sweepstakes.
00:34:40.912 – 00:34:42.12
Isn't it?
00:34:42.205 – 00:34:45.248
Dumb shit. What do you think the government's gonna do to me?
00:34:45.333 – 00:34:47.876
Take a big, wet bite out of my ass, is what!
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Poor Byron! Terrible fucking luck, huh?
00:34:52.131 – 00:34:54.8
RED: Crying shame.
00:34:54.884 – 00:34:56.551
Some people really got it awful!
00:34:56.636 – 00:34:58.178
Andy, are you nuts?!
00:34:58.262 – 00:35:00.388
Keep your eyes on your mop, man. Andy!
00:35:00.389 – 00:35:03.433
GUARD: Well all right, you gonna pay some taxes, but you'll still end up...
00:35:03.518 – 00:35:06.353
Oh, yeah, yeah. Maybe enough to buy a new car. And then what?
00:35:06.437 – 00:35:08.814
I've got to pay tax on the car.
00:35:08.898 – 00:35:12.776
Repair, maintenance, goddamn kids pestering me to take 'em for a ride all the time...
00:35:12.86 – 00:35:16.78
And at the end of the year, you figure the tax wrong, you got to pay them out of your own pocket.
00:35:16.864 – 00:35:19.032
I tell you. Uncle Sam!
00:35:19.117 – 00:35:22.869
He puts his hand in your shirt and squeezes your tit till it's purple.
00:35:22.954 – 00:35:25.664
- Andy. Andy! - What's he doing?
00:35:25.748 – 00:35:28.083
- Getting himself killed. - Keep tarring.
00:35:28.167 – 00:35:31.253
Some brother! Shit. (Spits)
00:35:31.337 – 00:35:32.379
Hey!
00:35:35.716 – 00:35:37.926
Mr. Hadley,
00:35:37.927 – 00:35:39.386
do you trust your wife?
00:35:40.93 – 00:35:42.681
Oh, that's funny.
00:35:42.765 – 00:35:45.642
You're gonna look funnier sucking my dick with no teeth.
00:35:45.726 – 00:35:49.187
What I mean is, do you think she'd go behind your back? Trying to hamstring you?
00:35:50.273 – 00:35:52.149
That's it. Step aside, Mert.
00:35:52.233 – 00:35:53.733
This fucker's having himself an accident.
00:35:53.818 – 00:35:54.985
He's gonna push him off the roof.
00:35:55.069 – 00:35:59.197
'Cause if you do trust her, there's no reason you can't keep that 35,000.
00:35:59.282 – 00:36:01.158
- What did you say? - 35,000.
00:36:01.242 – 00:36:02.951
- 35,000?! - All of it.
00:36:02.952 – 00:36:05.287
- All of it?! - Every penny.
00:36:05.371 – 00:36:07.205
You'd better start making sense.
00:36:07.29 – 00:36:09.624
If you want to keep all that money, give it to your wife.
00:36:09.709 – 00:36:13.837
The IRS allows a one-time-only gift to your spouse for up to $60,000.
00:36:13.921 – 00:36:15.463
Bullshit! Tax-free?!
00:36:15.464 – 00:36:18.633
Tax-free. The IRS can't touch one cent.
00:36:18.718 – 00:36:21.303
You're that "smart-banker" would killed his wife aren't you.
00:36:21.387 – 00:36:24.931
Why should I believe a "smart-banker" like you?! So I can end up in here with you?!
00:36:25.016 – 00:36:26.516
It's perfectly legal. Go ask the IRS.
00:36:26.601 – 00:36:29.811
They'll say the same thing. Actually I feel stupid telling you this.
00:36:29.896 – 00:36:32.189
I'm sure you would have investigated the matter yourself.
00:36:32.273 – 00:36:36.359
Yeah fucking hell, I don't need a smart wipe doing banker to tell me where the bear shit in the buckwheat.
00:36:36.444 – 00:36:39.487
Of course not. But you do need someone to set-up the tax free gift for you.
00:36:39.572 – 00:36:41.448
And that'll cost you. A lawyer for example.
00:36:41.532 – 00:36:43.867
A bunch of ball-washing bastards.
00:36:43.951 – 00:36:47.787
I suppose I could set it up for you. That would save you some money.
00:36:47.788 – 00:36:50.165
If you get the forms, I'll prepare them for you.
00:36:50.249 – 00:36:52.125
Nearly free of charge.
00:36:53.211 – 00:36:56.588
I'd only ask three beers apiece for each of my co-workers.
00:36:56.672 – 00:36:59.09
GUARD: Co-workers! Get him! That's rich, ain't it?
00:36:59.175 – 00:37:02.636
I think a man working outdoors feels more like a man
00:37:02.72 – 00:37:04.471
if he can have a bottle of suds.
00:37:04.555 – 00:37:07.599
That's only my opinion, sir.
00:37:11.02 – 00:37:12.562
What are you jimmies staring at?!
00:37:12.647 – 00:37:13.647
Back to work!
00:37:13.731 – 00:37:15.69
GUARD: Let's go! Work!
00:37:24.075 – 00:37:29.579
RED: And that's how it came to pass... that on the second-to-last day of the job,
00:37:29.664 – 00:37:34.334
the convict crew that tarred the plate-factory roof in the spring of '49...
00:37:34.418 – 00:37:37.629
wound up sitting in a row at 10 o'clock in the morning,
00:37:37.713 – 00:37:41.591
drinking icy-cold, Bohemia-style beer...
00:37:41.676 – 00:37:46.888
courtesy of the hardest screw that ever walked a turn at Shawshank State Prison.
00:37:46.973 – 00:37:49.057
Drink up while it's cold, ladies.
00:37:50.434 – 00:37:54.604
The colossal prick even managed to sound magnanimous.
00:37:56.357 – 00:38:00.986
We sat and drank with the sun on our shoulders, and felt like free men.
00:38:01.07 – 00:38:04.572
Hell, we could have been tarring the roof of one of our own houses.
00:38:04.657 – 00:38:07.951
We were the lords of all creation.
00:38:08.035 – 00:38:12.58
As for Andy, he spent that break hunkered in the shade...
00:38:12.665 – 00:38:15.375
a strange little smile on his face,
00:38:15.459 – 00:38:17.544
watching us drink his beer.
00:38:24.302 – 00:38:25.844
Hey.
00:38:25.928 – 00:38:27.22
Want a cold one, Andy?
00:38:27.305 – 00:38:28.972
No, thanks.
00:38:29.056 – 00:38:30.849
I gave up drinking.
00:38:34.687 – 00:38:37.856
RED: You could argue he'd done it to curry favour with the guards.
00:38:38.825 – 00:38:42.125
Or... maybe make a few friends among us cons.
00:38:43.029 – 00:38:46.489
Me, I think he did it just to feel normal again.
00:38:47.575 – 00:38:49.659
If only for a short while.
00:38:52.538 – 00:38:54.873
RED: King me.
00:38:54.957 – 00:38:57.375
Chess. Now, there's a game of kings.
00:38:57.46 – 00:39:00.003
- What? - Civilized, strategic.
00:39:00.087 – 00:39:02.422
And a total fucking mystery.
00:39:02.506 – 00:39:03.715
I hate it.
00:39:03.799 – 00:39:05.717
Maybe you'll let me teach you someday?
00:39:05.801 – 00:39:08.261
(Chuckles) Yeah. Sure.
00:39:08.346 – 00:39:10.472
I've been thinking getting a board together.
00:39:11.556 – 00:39:14.162
Hey you're talking to the right man. I'm the guy that can get things, right?
00:39:13.434 – 00:39:14.934
We might do business on a board.
00:39:15.019 – 00:39:17.812
But I want to carve the pieces myself.
00:39:17.897 – 00:39:21.483
One side in alabaster, the opposing side in soapstone. What do you think?
00:39:21.567 – 00:39:23.485
I think it'll take years.
00:39:23.569 – 00:39:26.154
Well, years I got. What I don't have are the rocks.
00:39:26.238 – 00:39:28.406
Pickings are pretty slim in the yard.
00:39:28.491 – 00:39:30.45
Pebbles, mostly.
00:39:34.789 – 00:39:37.665
Andy, we're getting to be kinda friends, aren't we?
00:39:37.75 – 00:39:39.417
Yeah, I guess.
00:39:40.544 – 00:39:42.962
Can I ask you something?
00:39:43.047 – 00:39:45.048
Why'd you do it?
00:39:46.258 – 00:39:50.136
I'm innocent, Red. Just like everybody else here.
00:39:54.433 – 00:39:56.518
What are you in for?
00:39:58.521 – 00:39:59.521
Murder.
00:39:59.605 – 00:40:01.022
Same as you.
00:40:01.107 – 00:40:02.273
Innocent?
00:40:04.944 – 00:40:07.028
Only guilty man in Shawshank.
00:41:06.505 – 00:41:08.089
Where's the canary?
00:41:08.174 – 00:41:09.507
How did you know?
00:41:09.508 – 00:41:10.675
How did I know what?
00:41:10.759 – 00:41:13.178
So, you don't know. Come.
00:41:15.931 – 00:41:18.057
This is where the canary is, Johnny.
00:41:18.142 – 00:41:20.351
(Woman singing)
00:41:20.436 – 00:41:24.439
Quite a surprise to hear a woman singing in my house, eh, Johnny?
00:41:27.359 – 00:41:29.736
That's quite a...
00:41:29.82 – 00:41:31.488
surprise.
00:41:33.991 – 00:41:35.7
Red?
00:41:35.784 – 00:41:37.577
Wait, wait, wait, wait.
00:41:37.661 – 00:41:39.496
Here she comes.
00:41:39.58 – 00:41:42.457
This is the part I really like it when she does that shit with her hair.
00:41:42.541 – 00:41:45.46
- Oh yeah I know. I've seen it 3 times this month. - Uh..
00:41:45.544 – 00:41:47.545
Gilda, are you decent?
00:41:47.63 – 00:41:49.672
Me?
00:41:49.757 – 00:41:51.299
(Men howl)
00:41:51.383 – 00:41:53.426
Hah! God, I love it!
00:41:53.511 – 00:41:55.595
(Men cheer and whistle)
00:41:59.308 – 00:42:03.102
I understand you're a man that knows how to get things.
00:42:03.187 – 00:42:07.065
Yeah, I'm known to locate certain things from time to time. What do you want?
00:42:07.149 – 00:42:09.651
- Rita Hayworth. - What?
00:42:09.735 – 00:42:11.569
Can you get her?
00:42:12.655 – 00:42:16.115
So, this is Johnny Farrell. I've heard a lot about you, Johnny.
00:42:16.2 – 00:42:18.076
Take a few weeks.
00:42:18.16 – 00:42:19.369
Weeks?
00:42:19.37 – 00:42:24.624
Well, yeah, Andy. I don't have her stuffed down the front of my pants right now, I'm sorry to say.
00:42:24.708 – 00:42:27.21
But I'll get her. Relax.
00:42:29.463 – 00:42:30.964
Thanks.
00:42:31.048 – 00:42:33.049
- It was a surprise, Mr. Farrell. - Yes, it certainly was.
00:42:33.133 – 00:42:34.175
MEN: Sit down.
00:42:34.26 – 00:42:36.177
Did you tell him what I'm doing here?
00:42:36.262 – 00:42:39.097
No, I wanted to save that as a surprise, too.
00:42:39.181 – 00:42:40.848
Hang on to your hat, Mr. Farrell...
00:42:44.395 – 00:42:46.104
(Grunts)
00:42:50.943 – 00:42:53.194
- Take a walk. - I gotta change the reel.
00:42:53.279 – 00:42:55.363
I said fuck off!
00:42:57.658 – 00:43:00.118
(Door closes as film dialogue continues)
00:43:00.202 – 00:43:02.996
Ain't you gonna scream?
00:43:04.373 – 00:43:06.165
Let's get this over with.
00:43:11.917 – 00:43:13.043
He broke my fuckin' nose!
00:43:22.433 – 00:43:26.477
Now, I'm gonna open my fly.
00:43:26.562 – 00:43:29.522
and you're gonna swallow what I give you to swallow.
00:43:30.608 – 00:43:32.4
And when you'll swallow mine, you gonna swallow Rooster's.
00:43:32.484 – 00:43:35.32
You've done broke his nose, I think you ought to have something to show for it.
00:43:35.404 – 00:43:37.614
Anything you put in my mouth, you're gonna lose.
00:43:37.698 – 00:43:40.45
No. You don't understand.
00:43:40.534 – 00:43:43.828
If you do that and I'm put all eight inches of this steel into your ear.
00:43:43.829 – 00:43:44.912
All right.
00:43:45.391 – 00:43:50.684
But you should know that sudden, serious brain injury causes the victim to bite down hard.
00:43:50.878 – 00:43:53.296
In fact, I hear the bite reflex is so strong,
00:43:53.38 – 00:43:58.176
they have to pry the victim's jaws open, with a crowbar.
00:44:01.013 – 00:44:02.639
Where did you get this shit?
00:44:02.723 – 00:44:04.39
I read it.
00:44:05.476 – 00:44:08.353
Know how to read, you ignorant fuck?
00:44:09.855 – 00:44:11.731
Honey,
00:44:12.983 – 00:44:15.36
you shouldn't.
00:44:15.444 – 00:44:17.32
(Groans)
00:44:17.404 – 00:44:20.406
RED: Bogs didn't put anything in Andy's mouth...
00:44:20.491 – 00:44:22.867
and neither did his friends.
00:44:22.951 – 00:44:26.245
What they did do... is beat him within an inch of his life.
00:44:27.456 – 00:44:29.457
Andy spent a month in the infirmary.
00:44:30.501 – 00:44:33.002
Bogs spent a week in the hole.
00:44:37.466 – 00:44:39.092
Time's up, Bogs.
00:44:42.763 – 00:44:44.847
It's your world, boss.
00:44:46.934 – 00:44:50.353
TANNOY: Return to your cell blocks for evening count.
00:44:50.437 – 00:44:52.605
All prisoners report for Lockdown.
00:45:08.163 – 00:45:09.455
What?
00:45:12.126 – 00:45:13.876
(Gasps)
00:45:16.088 – 00:45:18.172
(Bogs cries in pain)
00:45:21.927 – 00:45:24.637
GUARD: Where's he going? HADLEY: Grab his ankles.
00:45:26.223 – 00:45:28.725
No! No!
00:45:28.809 – 00:45:30.184
No!
00:45:30.269 – 00:45:31.602
Help-- me!
00:45:31.687 – 00:45:32.979
Aaarghh!
00:45:33.063 – 00:45:35.189
(Punching and screaming)
00:45:35.274 – 00:45:37.942
RED: Two things never happened again after that.
00:45:38.026 – 00:45:40.862
The Sisters never laid a finger on Andy again...
00:45:42.072 – 00:45:44.782
..and Bogs never walked again.
00:45:45.909 – 00:45:49.328
They transferred him to a minimum-security hospital upstate.
00:45:49.413 – 00:45:55.126
To my knowledge, he lived out the rest of his days drinking his food through a straw.
00:45:55.21 – 00:45:59.881
I'm thinking Andy could use a nice welcome back when he gets out of the infirmary.
00:46:01.008 – 00:46:04.802
Sounds good to us. I figure we owe him that much for the beer.
00:46:06.18 – 00:46:08.848
The man likes to play chess.
00:46:08.932 – 00:46:11.017
Let's get him some rocks.
00:46:43.425 – 00:46:45.301
Guys?
00:46:45.385 – 00:46:47.762
I got one! I got one. Look.
00:46:50.182 – 00:46:52.266
Heywood, that isn't soapstone!
00:46:52.351 – 00:46:54.56
And it ain't alabaster, either.
00:46:54.645 – 00:46:56.27
What are you, a fucking geologist?!
00:46:56.355 – 00:46:58.397
He's right, it ain't.
00:46:58.482 – 00:46:59.732
Well, what the hell is it then?
00:46:59.817 – 00:47:02.36
RED: A horse apple.
00:47:02.444 – 00:47:05.571
- Bullshit! - No, horse shit. Petrified.
00:47:05.656 – 00:47:07.74
(Horse whinnies)
00:47:11.954 – 00:47:14.831
- Oh, Jesus Christ! (Men laugh)
00:47:14.915 – 00:47:16.874
Oh, damn!
00:47:16.959 – 00:47:20.92
RED: Despite a few hitches, the boys came through in fine style.
00:47:22.13 – 00:47:24.757
And by the weekend he was due back, we had enough rocks saved up
00:47:24.842 – 00:47:27.885
to keep him busy till rapture.
00:47:27.97 – 00:47:30.68
I also got a big shipment in that week.
00:47:30.764 – 00:47:33.307
Cigarettes. Chewing gum.
00:47:33.392 – 00:47:34.892
Sipping whiskey.
00:47:34.977 – 00:47:38.521
Playing cards with naked ladies on them. You name it.
00:47:38.605 – 00:47:41.566
And of course, the most important item.
00:47:43.318 – 00:47:45.403
Rita Hayworth herself.
00:48:19.563 – 00:48:22.398
GUARD: OK, look alive! Open all tiers.
00:48:22.482 – 00:48:24.817
(Furtively) Heads up. They're tossing the cells!
00:48:24.902 – 00:48:27.153
Heads up. They're tossing the cells.
00:48:29.281 – 00:48:31.157
119.
00:48:32.659 – 00:48:34.327
123.
00:48:35.412 – 00:48:37.496
(Guards calling out)
00:48:43.795 – 00:48:45.671
On your feet.
00:48:47.382 – 00:48:49.258
Face the wall.
00:49:23.752 – 00:49:25.836
HADLEY: Turn around and face the Warden.
00:49:31.551 – 00:49:33.636
Pleased to see you reading this.
00:49:35.013 – 00:49:37.306
Any favourite passages?
00:49:38.35 – 00:49:43.479
"Watch ye, therefore, for ye know not when the master of the house cometh."
00:49:44.523 – 00:49:47.4
Mark 13:35.
00:49:47.484 – 00:49:50.152
I always liked that one.
00:49:50.237 – 00:49:51.737
But I prefer,
00:49:51.822 – 00:49:54.573
"I'm the light of the world,
00:49:54.658 – 00:49:58.202
He that followeth me shall not walk in darkness, but shall have the light of life"
00:49:58.286 – 00:50:00.871
John, Chapter 8, Verse 12.
00:50:00.956 – 00:50:04.417
I hear you're good with numbers. How nice.
00:50:05.544 – 00:50:07.628
A man should have a skill.
00:50:09.715 – 00:50:11.173
Wanna explain this?
00:50:12.259 – 00:50:15.72
It's called a rock blanket. It's for shaping and polishing rocks.
00:50:16.763 – 00:50:18.723
A little hobby of mine.
00:50:27.149 – 00:50:29.483
(Inhales)
00:50:29.568 – 00:50:32.57
It's pretty clean. Some contraband here,
00:50:32.654 – 00:50:34.739
but nothing to get in a twist over.
00:50:38.577 – 00:50:40.661
I can't say I approve of this.
00:50:42.164 – 00:50:43.873
But I suppose...
00:50:45.834 – 00:50:47.71
exceptions can be made.
00:50:58.096 – 00:51:00.389
HADLEY: Lock 'em up!
00:51:02.392 – 00:51:04.351
I almost forgot.
00:51:04.436 – 00:51:06.687
I'd hate to deprive you of this.
00:51:06.772 – 00:51:08.23
Salvation lies within.
00:51:09.316 – 00:51:10.649
Yes, sir.
00:51:18.95 – 00:51:21.535
RED: Tossing cells was just an excuse.
00:51:22.079 – 00:51:25.664
The truth is, Norton wanted to size Andy up.
00:51:39.304 – 00:51:42.431
My wife made that in church group.
00:51:44.768 – 00:51:46.102
Very nice, sir.
00:51:47.27 – 00:51:49.146
Do you enjoy working in the laundry?
00:51:50.774 – 00:51:52.483
No, sir, not especially.
00:51:52.567 – 00:51:55.361
Perhaps we can find something more...
00:51:55.445 – 00:51:57.53
befitting a man of your education.
00:52:01.868 – 00:52:03.744
(Bird screeches)
00:52:05.872 – 00:52:07.54
Hey, Jake. Where's Brooks?
00:52:07.624 – 00:52:08.916
Andy?
00:52:09 – 00:52:11.293
I thought I heard you out here!
00:52:12.796 – 00:52:14.38
I've been reassigned to you.
00:52:14.464 – 00:52:17.633
I know. They told me. (Chuckles)
00:52:17.717 – 00:52:19.802
Ain't that a kick in the head.
00:52:19.886 – 00:52:22.388
Well, I'll give you the dime tour.
00:52:22.472 – 00:52:24.557
Come on.
00:52:24.641 – 00:52:26.809
Well, here she is.
00:52:26.893 – 00:52:29.436
Shawshank Prison library.
00:52:29.521 – 00:52:32.398
National Geographics.
00:52:32.482 – 00:52:35.317
Reader's Digest condensed books.
00:52:35.402 – 00:52:37.695
Louis L'Amour.
00:52:37.696 – 00:52:39.822
Look Magazine...
00:52:39.906 – 00:52:42.408
Erle Stanley Gardners.
00:52:42.492 – 00:52:46.036
Every evening, I load up the cart and make my round.
00:52:46.037 – 00:52:49.206
I enter the names on this clipboard here.
00:52:49.291 – 00:52:52.751
Easy-peasy, Japanesey. Any questions?
00:52:52.836 – 00:52:55.796
Brooks, how long have you been librarian?
00:52:55.881 – 00:53:01.051
Oh... I come here in Aug '05, and they made me librarian in 1912.
00:53:01.136 – 00:53:04.513
And in all that time, have you ever had an assistant?
00:53:04.598 – 00:53:07.183
No. No, not much to it, really.
00:53:07.267 – 00:53:09.185
Well, why me? Why now?
00:53:09.269 – 00:53:10.769
I don't know,
00:53:10.854 – 00:53:14.19
but it'll be nice to have some company down here for a change.
00:53:14.191 – 00:53:16.275
HADLEY: Dufresne!
00:53:25.577 – 00:53:27.661
That's him. That's the one.
00:53:35.212 – 00:53:36.503
I'm Dekins.
00:53:36.588 – 00:53:39.048
(Nervously) I was er...
00:53:39.132 – 00:53:43.135
thinking about maybe setting up some kind of trust fund for my kids' educations.
00:53:45.472 – 00:53:46.931
Oh.
00:53:47.015 – 00:53:48.682
I see.
00:53:50.143 – 00:53:52.019
Well, erm...
00:53:53.396 – 00:53:54.939
why don't we have a seat,
00:53:55.023 – 00:53:57.107
and talk it over.
00:53:59.092 – 00:54:01.91
Brooks, do you have a piece of paper and a pencil?
00:54:14.042 – 00:54:15.751
Thanks.
00:54:15.835 – 00:54:17.503
So...
00:54:18.755 – 00:54:21.257
Mr. Dekins.
00:54:21.341 – 00:54:25.803
And then Andy says to Mr. Dekins, "Do you want your sons to go to Harvard,
00:54:25.887 – 00:54:28.013
- or Yale?" - He didn't say that?
00:54:28.098 – 00:54:30.766
As God is my witness, he did!
00:54:30.85 – 00:54:34.228
Dekins just blinked for a second. Then he laughed himself silly.
00:54:34.312 – 00:54:36.188
And afterwards he actually shook Andy's hand.
00:54:36.273 – 00:54:37.648
My ass!
00:54:37.732 – 00:54:38.941
Shook his hand.
00:54:39.025 – 00:54:41.986
Hell, I-- I near soiled myself! (Laughs)
00:54:42.07 – 00:54:46.282
And all Andy needed was a suit and a tie and a little jiggly hula girl on his desk,
00:54:46.366 – 00:54:47.7
and he would have been:
00:54:47.784 – 00:54:49.326
"Mr. Dufresne, if you please"!
00:54:49.411 – 00:54:51.161
Making a few friends are we Andy?
00:54:52.205 – 00:54:54.164
I wouldn't say "friends".
00:54:54.249 – 00:54:58.252
I'm a convicted murderer who provides sound financial planning.
00:54:58.336 – 00:55:00.671
It's a wonderful pet to have.
00:55:00.755 – 00:55:02.673
Got you out of the laundry, though, didn't it?
00:55:02.757 – 00:55:04.967
Well, it might do more than that.
00:55:05.051 – 00:55:08.053
How about expanding the library? Get some new books in there.
00:55:08.138 – 00:55:10.848
If you're gonna ask for something, ask for a pool table.
00:55:10.932 – 00:55:13.392
- Right. - How do you expect to do that?
00:55:13.476 – 00:55:18.731
I mean, get new books in here, Mr. Dufresne, if you please.
00:55:18.815 – 00:55:20.566
Ask the Warden for funds.
00:55:20.65 – 00:55:21.9
(Laughter)
00:55:21.985 – 00:55:25.279
Son, son, son, son. Six wardens have been through here in my tenure,
00:55:25.363 – 00:55:28.991
and I've learned one immutable, universal truth.
00:55:29.075 – 00:55:30.784
Not one of them born...
00:55:30.785 – 00:55:35.748
whose asshole wouldn't pucker up tighter than a snare drum when you asked them for funds.
00:55:35.832 – 00:55:38.125
The budget's stretched thin, as it is.
00:55:38.209 – 00:55:39.46
I see.
00:55:39.544 – 00:55:43.088
Perhaps I could write to the State Senate and request funds directly from them.
00:55:43.173 – 00:55:47.551
As far as I concern there's only three ways to spend the taxpayers' hard-earned when it comes for prisons:
00:55:47.635 – 00:55:49.72
more walls, more bars and more guards.
00:55:49.804 – 00:55:54.224
I'd like to try, with your permission. I'll write a letter a week. They can't ignore me forever.
00:55:54.309 – 00:55:55.851
Sure can.
00:55:55.935 – 00:55:58.812
But you write your letters, if it makes you happy.
00:55:58.897 – 00:56:01.19
I'll even mail them for you. How's that?
00:56:03.109 – 00:56:06.153
RED: So, Andy started writing a letter a week,
00:56:06.237 – 00:56:08.322
just like he said.
00:56:12.369 – 00:56:16.497
And, just like Norton said, Andy got no answers.
00:56:24.339 – 00:56:29.843
The following April, Andy did tax returns for half the guards at Shawshank.
00:56:29.928 – 00:56:33.013
The year after that, he did them all...
00:56:33.098 – 00:56:35.182
including the Warden's.
00:56:36.559 – 00:56:40.312
The year after that, they rescheduled the start of the intramural season
00:56:40.397 – 00:56:42.481
to coincide with tax season.
00:56:44.776 – 00:56:48.987
The guards on the opposing teams all remembered to bring their W-2s.
00:56:49.072 – 00:56:53.2
So, Moresby Prison issued you your gun, but you actually had to pay for it?
00:56:53.284 – 00:56:55.035
Damn right. The holster, too.
00:56:55.12 – 00:56:56.37
See that's tax-deductible.
00:56:56.454 – 00:56:57.621
You can write that off.
00:56:57.705 – 00:57:01.041
RED: Yes, sir. Andy was a regular cottage industry.
00:57:01.126 – 00:57:04.169
In fact, it got so busy at tax time...
00:57:04.254 – 00:57:06.296
he was allowed a staff.
00:57:06.381 – 00:57:08.841
Hey, Red, can you hand me a stack of 1040s?
00:57:08.925 – 00:57:11.593
It got me out of the wood shop a month out of the year,
00:57:11.678 – 00:57:14.346
and that was fine by me.
00:57:14.431 – 00:57:17.808
And still... he kept sending those letters.
00:57:23.106 – 00:57:24.94
Red, Andy.
00:57:25.024 – 00:57:26.233
It's Brooks.
00:57:26.317 – 00:57:28.777
(Men shouting) - Somebody, watch the door.
00:57:28.862 – 00:57:30.446
Please, Brooks!
00:57:30.53 – 00:57:32.531
- Just calm the fuck down will ya. - Stay back!
00:57:32.615 – 00:57:34.658
- Stay back! - What the hell's going on?
00:57:34.742 – 00:57:37.828
You tell me. One second he's fine, then out come the knives.
00:57:37.912 – 00:57:40.372
Brooks. Brooks, we can talk about this! Right?
00:57:40.457 – 00:57:42.583
There's nothing to talk about goddamn it.
00:57:42.667 – 00:57:44.376
I'm gonna cut his fucking throat?
00:57:44.461 – 00:57:46.336
Heywood?! Wait, what's he done to you?
00:57:46.421 – 00:57:48.547
It is what they done!
00:57:48.631 – 00:57:50.048
I-- I got no choice.
00:57:50.133 – 00:57:52.801
Brooks you're not gonna hurt Heywood. We all know that. Even Heywood's know that.
00:57:52.886 – 00:57:55.512
- Right, Heywood? - I-- I know that, sure.
00:57:55.597 – 00:57:59.016
You know why you're not gonna hurt him. Because he is a friend of yours, and Brooks is a reasonable man.
00:57:59.1 – 00:58:00.392
- That's right. That's right, guys?
00:58:00.477 – 00:58:03.854
- Yes. - So, put the knife down. Brooks, look at me.
00:58:03.938 – 00:58:05.772
Put the knife down.
00:58:06.858 – 00:58:08.025
Brooks...
00:58:08.109 – 00:58:10.36
Look at his neck, for God's sake.
00:58:10.445 – 00:58:12.779
Brooks, look at his neck. It's bleeding.
00:58:12.864 – 00:58:14.031
(Heywood gasps)
00:58:14.115 – 00:58:15.699
It's the only...
00:58:15.783 – 00:58:18.076
It's the only way they'd let me stay.
00:58:18.161 – 00:58:20.746
Come on. This is crazy. You don't want to do this.
00:58:20.747 – 00:58:22.831
Put it down.
00:58:24.167 – 00:58:26.543
(Brooks sobs)
00:58:30.215 – 00:58:34.927
Hey, come on. Take it easy. You'll be all right.
00:58:35.011 – 00:58:36.386
HEYWOOD: Him, him?!
00:58:36.471 – 00:58:40.14
Hell, what about me?! Crazy old fool damn near cut my throat.
00:58:40.225 – 00:58:42.851
Ah shits Heywood, you've had worse from shaving.
00:58:42.936 – 00:58:45.187
What the hell did you do to set him off, anyway?!
00:58:45.271 – 00:58:47.606
I ain't do nothing. I come in here to say fare-thee-well.
00:58:47.69 – 00:58:50.817
Ain't you heard? His parole's come through.
00:58:52.862 – 00:58:55.989
I just don't understand what happened in there actually.
00:58:56.074 – 00:58:58.659
Old man's crazy as a rat in a tin shithouse is what.
00:58:58.743 – 00:59:00.953
Oh, Heywood, that's enough out of you.
00:59:01.037 – 00:59:04.039
- I heard he had you shitting in your pants. - Fuck you!
00:59:04.123 – 00:59:05.499
Would you knock it off?
00:59:05.583 – 00:59:07.918
Brooks ain't no bug.
00:59:08.002 – 00:59:09.878
He's just...
00:59:11.756 – 00:59:13.59
He's just institutionalized.
00:59:14.926 – 00:59:16.593
Institutionalized, my ass.
00:59:16.678 – 00:59:20.973
The man's been in here 50 years, Heywood. 50 years!
00:59:21.057 – 00:59:22.766
This is all he knows.
00:59:22.85 – 00:59:25.269
In here, he's an important man.
00:59:25.353 – 00:59:26.812
He's an educated man.
00:59:26.896 – 00:59:28.981
Outside, he's nothing.
00:59:31.15 – 00:59:33.777
Just a used-up con with arthritis in both hands.
00:59:33.861 – 00:59:37.072
Probably couldn't get a library card if he tried.
00:59:37.156 – 00:59:39.241
You know what I'm trying to say?!
00:59:39.325 – 00:59:42.077
Red, I do believe you're talking out of your ass.
00:59:43.329 – 00:59:46.248
You believe whatever you want, Floyd.
00:59:46.249 – 00:59:48.792
But I'm telling you, these walls are funny.
00:59:50.211 – 00:59:52.296
First you hate 'em...
00:59:53.84 – 00:59:55.924
then you get used to 'em.
00:59:57.552 – 01:00:00.178
Enough time passes...
01:00:00.263 – 01:00:03.223
you get so you depend on 'em.
01:00:03.308 – 01:00:05.642
That's institutionalized.
01:00:05.727 – 01:00:07.102
JIGGER: Shit.
01:00:07.103 – 01:00:08.729
I could never get like that.
01:00:08.813 – 01:00:10.731
Oh, yeah?!
01:00:10.815 – 01:00:13.4
Say that when you've been here as long as Brooks has.
01:00:13.484 – 01:00:15.36
Goddamn right.
01:00:17.697 – 01:00:20.24
They send you here for life.
01:00:20.325 – 01:00:22.409
That's exactly what they take.
01:00:24.329 – 01:00:26.413
The part that counts, anyway.
01:00:29.459 – 01:00:32.794
(Jake screeches)
01:00:33.921 – 01:00:36.089
I can't take care of you no more, Jake.
01:00:38.009 – 01:00:39.843
You go on, now.
01:00:40.928 – 01:00:45.599
You're free. You're free!
01:01:01.491 – 01:01:03.367
Bye.
01:01:04.452 – 01:01:06.37
Good luck, Brooks.
01:01:44.415 – 01:01:45.385
BROOKS: Dear fellas...
01:01:46.308 – 01:01:49.995
I can't believe how fast things move on the outside.
01:01:50.169 – 01:01:51.182
(Horn blares)
01:01:51.805 – 01:01:53.467
Watch it, old-timer! Are you trying to get killed?!
01:01:55.602 – 01:01:58.437
I saw an automobile once, when I was a kid,
01:01:58.573 – 01:02:01.946
but, now... they're everywhere.
01:02:05.758 – 01:02:09.404
The world went and got itself in a big damn hurry.
01:02:26.04 – 01:02:31.363
The parole board got me into this halfway house called The Brewer,
01:02:31.822 – 01:02:35.634
and a job bagging groceries at the Foodway.
01:02:37.729 – 01:02:42.76
It's hard work, and I try to keep up, but my hands hurt most of the time.
01:02:43.033 – 01:02:44.514
WOMAN: Make sure your man double-bags.
01:02:44.905 – 01:02:47.616
Last time he didn't double bag, the bottom near came out.
01:02:47.929 – 01:02:50.578
Make sure you double-bag, like the lady says. Understand?
01:02:50.704 – 01:02:52.265
Yes, sir. I surely will.
01:02:52.445 – 01:02:55.347
BROOKS: I don't think the store manager likes me very much.
01:02:55.855 – 01:02:57.647
(Pigeons cooing)
01:02:58.733 – 01:03:03.528
Sometimes, after work, I go to the park and feed the birds.
01:03:03.613 – 01:03:08.95
I keep thinking... Jake might just show up and say hello.
01:03:09.035 – 01:03:10.827
But he never does.
01:03:11.913 – 01:03:17.292
And I hope, wherever he is, he's doing OK and making new friends.
01:03:20.797 – 01:03:23.715
I have trouble sleeping at night.
01:03:23.8 – 01:03:26.593
I have bad dreams, like I'm falling.
01:03:27.678 – 01:03:29.596
I wake up, scared.
01:03:29.68 – 01:03:33.683
Sometimes it takes me a while to remember where I am.
01:03:35.311 – 01:03:36.77
Maybe I should get me a gun
01:03:36.854 – 01:03:40.732
and rob the Foodway, so they'd send me home.
01:03:40.817 – 01:03:43.151
I could shoot the manager, while I was at it.
01:03:43.236 – 01:03:45.195
Sort of like a bonus.
01:03:46.697 – 01:03:50.951
I guess I'm too old for that sort of nonsense any more.
01:03:51.035 – 01:03:53.078
I don't like it here.
01:03:53.162 – 01:03:55.831
I'm tired of being afraid all the time.
01:03:55.915 – 01:03:56.998
I've decided...
01:03:57.083 – 01:03:58.959
not to stay.
01:04:10.304 – 01:04:13.807
I doubt they'll kick up any fuss.
01:04:13.891 – 01:04:15.976
Not for an old crook like me.
01:04:30.825 – 01:04:32.742
(Scraping)
01:05:18.998 – 01:05:23.043
"I doubt they'll kick up any fuss. Not for an old crook like me.
01:05:24.211 – 01:05:28.256
PS: Tell Heywood I'm sorry I put a knife to his throat.
01:05:28.257 – 01:05:30.342
No hard feelings. Brooks."
01:05:41.062 – 01:05:43.146
He should have died in here.
01:05:48.569 – 01:05:53.031
HADLEY: What the fuck have you done? It's a goddamn mess, I'll tell you that.
01:05:57.745 – 01:05:59.162
What's all this?
01:05:59.246 – 01:06:03.124
You tell me, fuck-stick. They're all addressed to you.
01:06:03.209 – 01:06:04.501
Take it.
01:06:13.469 – 01:06:15.053
"Dear Mr. Dufresne,
01:06:16.138 – 01:06:18.139
In response to your repeated enquiries,
01:06:18.224 – 01:06:22.936
the State has allocated the enclosed funds for your library project."
01:06:23.02 – 01:06:24.396
This is $200.
01:06:25.439 – 01:06:29.359
"In addition, the Library District has generously responded
01:06:29.443 – 01:06:32.153
with a charitable donation of used books and sundries.
01:06:32.238 – 01:06:34.322
We trust this will fill your needs.
01:06:34.407 – 01:06:38.535
We now consider the matter closed. Please stop sending us letters."
01:06:38.619 – 01:06:41.454
I want all this cleared out before the Warden gets back.
01:06:41.539 – 01:06:43.206
Yes, sir.
01:06:47.47 – 01:06:48.618
Good for you, Andy.
01:06:53.509 – 01:06:55.593
It only took six years.
01:06:56.887 – 01:06:59.764
From now on, I'll write two letters a week, instead of one.
01:06:59.849 – 01:07:03.393
Oh, I believe you're crazy enough. Now you'd better get all this stuff out of here,
01:07:03.477 – 01:07:04.644
like the Captain said.
01:07:05.062 – 01:07:09.376
Now, I'm gonna go pinch a loaf. When I come back, this is all gone, right?
01:07:46.854 – 01:07:49.564
♪ MOZART: Duettino from The Marriage Of Figaro ♪
01:07:51.025 – 01:07:53.61
♪ Sull'aria... ♪
01:07:57.239 – 01:07:58.239
Andy,
01:07:58.324 – 01:07:59.657
do you hear that?
01:07:59.742 – 01:08:03.453
♪ ..zeffiretto ♪
01:08:11.921 – 01:08:13.755
(Locks door)
01:08:15.674 – 01:08:23.515
♪ Questa sera spirera ♪
01:08:32.233 – 01:08:33.566
(Feedback hisses)
01:08:35.778 – 01:08:38.696
(Music over loudspeakers)
01:08:42.701 – 01:08:44.786
(Aria continues)
01:08:53.921 – 01:08:58.216
♪ Sotto i pini ♪
01:08:58.3 – 01:09:03.513
♪ Del boschetto ♪
01:09:05.015 – 01:09:07.392
♪ Sotto i pini... ♪
01:09:07.476 – 01:09:10.353
(Banging at door) Dufresne!
01:09:10.437 – 01:09:12.021
Dufresne!?
01:09:12.106 – 01:09:14.19
Andy, let me out.
01:09:16.902 – 01:09:20.446
Andy. Andy?
01:09:20.531 – 01:09:25.702
RED: I have no idea to this day what those two Italian ladies were singing about.
01:09:25.786 – 01:09:28.204
The truth is, I don't want to know.
01:09:28.289 – 01:09:30.373
Some things are best left unsaid.
01:09:34.42 – 01:09:39.465
I like to think they were singing about something so beautiful, it can't be expressed in words...
01:09:39.55 – 01:09:41.926
and makes your heart ache because of it.
01:09:44.138 – 01:09:46.848
I tell you, those voices soared...
01:09:46.932 – 01:09:51.477
higher and farther than anybody in a grey place dares to dream.
01:09:51.562 – 01:09:54.939
It was like some beautiful bird flapped into our drab little cage
01:09:55.024 – 01:09:58.151
and made those walls dissolve away.
01:09:58.235 – 01:10:00.57
And for the briefest of moments...
01:10:00.654 – 01:10:03.74
every last man at Shawshank felt free.
01:10:06.243 – 01:10:08.745
It pissed the Warden off something awful.
01:10:10.164 – 01:10:11.289
Open the door.
01:10:14.043 – 01:10:15.96
Open it up!
01:10:17.171 – 01:10:19.547
Dufresne, open this door!
01:10:19.632 – 01:10:21.09
(Bangs door)
01:10:21.175 – 01:10:22.508
Turn that off!
01:10:22.593 – 01:10:24.677
(Bangs door)
01:10:26.347 – 01:10:29.224
(Aria continues)
01:10:29.308 – 01:10:32.06
I am warning you, Dufresne. Turn that off!
01:10:35.564 – 01:10:37.649
(Increases volume)
01:10:45.908 – 01:10:47.784
Dufresne.
01:10:48.911 – 01:10:50.995
You're mine now.
01:10:58.545 – 01:11:01.297
RED: Andy got two weeks in the hole for that little stunt.
01:11:01.382 – 01:11:03.8
(Hadley stops record) On your feet!
01:11:05.01 – 01:11:07.095
- Hey, look who's here. - Maestro!
01:11:08.597 – 01:11:12.642
Y-Y-You couldn't play something good, huh? Hank Williams or something?
01:11:12.726 – 01:11:15.395
They broke the door down before I could take requests.
01:11:15.479 – 01:11:17.272
Was it worth it, two weeks in the hole?
01:11:17.356 – 01:11:18.606
Easiest time I ever did.
01:11:18.691 – 01:11:21.734
Bullshit! There's no such thing as easy time in the hole.
01:11:21.735 – 01:11:24.362
A week in the hole is like a year.
01:11:24.446 – 01:11:27.156
I had Mr. Mozart to keep me company.
01:11:27.241 – 01:11:30.576
So, they let you tote that record player down there, huh?
01:11:32.705 – 01:11:34.33
It was in here.
01:11:34.415 – 01:11:36.082
And in here.
01:11:37.293 – 01:11:41.546
That's the beauty of music. They can't get that from you.
01:11:45.467 – 01:11:47.969
Haven't you ever felt that way about music?
01:11:49.638 – 01:11:53.725
Well, I played a mean harmonica, as a younger man.
01:11:53.809 – 01:11:55.601
Lost interest in it, though.
01:11:55.686 – 01:11:57.52
Didn't make much sense in here.
01:11:57.604 – 01:12:00.064
Here's where it makes the most sense.
01:12:00.149 – 01:12:02.734
You need it, so you don't forget.
01:12:02.818 – 01:12:04.152
Forget?
01:12:04.236 – 01:12:06.195
Forget that,
01:12:06.28 – 01:12:08.364
there are-- places..
01:12:09.7 – 01:12:12.243
in the world that aren't made out of stone...
01:12:12.328 – 01:12:14.37
that there's a...
01:12:14.455 – 01:12:16.289
there's something...
01:12:16.373 – 01:12:19.167
inside, that they can't get to...
01:12:19.251 – 01:12:21.544
that they can't touch.
01:12:21.628 – 01:12:23.504
It's yours.
01:12:24.923 – 01:12:26.632
What are you talking about?
01:12:27.718 – 01:12:29.302
Hope.
01:12:29.386 – 01:12:31.262
Hope?
01:12:33.098 – 01:12:35.767
Let me tell you something, my friend.
01:12:35.851 – 01:12:37.81
Hope is a dangerous thing.
01:12:39.396 – 01:12:41.439
Hope can drive a man insane.
01:12:42.483 – 01:12:44.4
It's got no use on the inside.
01:12:44.485 – 01:12:47.153
You'd better get used to that idea.
01:12:49.573 – 01:12:51.199
Like Brooks did?
01:13:16.433 – 01:13:17.475
Sit down.
01:13:22.689 – 01:13:26.15
It says here that you've served 30 years of a life sentence.
01:13:26.235 – 01:13:28.861
You feel you've been rehabilitated?
01:13:28.946 – 01:13:31.03
Oh, yes, sir.
01:13:31.031 – 01:13:33.116
Without a doubt.
01:13:34.159 – 01:13:36.494
And I can honestly say I'm a changed man.
01:13:39.081 – 01:13:41.124
No danger to society here.
01:13:41.208 – 01:13:43.292
God's honest truth.
01:13:45.629 – 01:13:47.713
Absolutely rehabilitated.
01:13:57.641 – 01:13:59.725
30 years...
01:14:00.811 – 01:14:02.854
Jesus, when they say it like that.
01:14:02.938 – 01:14:05.022
You wonder where it went.
01:14:07.985 – 01:14:10.069
I wonder where ten years went?
01:14:15.117 – 01:14:16.409
Here.
01:14:16.493 – 01:14:18.661
Little parole rejection present.
01:14:20.497 – 01:14:22.54
Go ahead and open it.
01:14:22.624 – 01:14:26.419
I had to go through one of your competitors. I hope you don't mind?
01:14:26.503 – 01:14:28.588
I wanted it to be a surprise.
01:14:38.724 – 01:14:40.808
It's very pretty, Andy.
01:14:41.894 – 01:14:43.978
Thank you.
01:14:45.731 – 01:14:47.815
Are you going to play it?
01:14:51.945 – 01:14:54.03
No.
01:14:56.325 – 01:14:58.409
Not right now?
01:15:03.54 – 01:15:05.583
(Guards shout)
01:15:05.667 – 01:15:07.752
Tier 3 South. Clear.
01:15:08.795 – 01:15:10.838
Tier 4 North. Clear.
01:15:10.923 – 01:15:13.007
Tier 1 South. Clear.
01:15:15.844 – 01:15:17.929
Fall in!
01:15:20.641 – 01:15:22.725
(Gate buzzer)
01:15:50.379 – 01:15:52.421
(Guard's footsteps)
01:15:52.506 – 01:15:54.09
Lights out!
01:15:54.174 – 01:15:55.675
(Click of light switches)
01:16:01.098 – 01:16:03.182
(Guard walks away)
01:16:09.356 – 01:16:11.44
(Outer door closes)
01:16:20.284 – 01:16:22.368
(Gently plays one note)
01:16:27.791 – 01:16:28.916
(Hammering)
01:16:29.001 – 01:16:31.043
RED: Andy was as good as his word.
01:16:31.128 – 01:16:33.629
He wrote two letters a week instead of one.
01:16:36.258 – 01:16:40.386
In 1959, the State Senate finally clued into the fact
01:16:40.47 – 01:16:43.347
they couldn't buy him off with just a $200 cheque.
01:16:43.432 – 01:16:50.021
Appropriations Committee voted an annual payment of $500, just to shut him up.
01:16:50.105 – 01:16:51.814
And you'd be amazed
01:16:51.898 – 01:16:53.566
how far Andy could stretch it.
01:16:53.65 – 01:16:56.527
He made deals with book clubs, charity groups.
01:16:56.612 – 01:16:58.988
He bought remaindered books by the pound.
01:16:59.072 – 01:17:01.282
Treasure Island.
01:17:01.366 – 01:17:03.534
Robert Louis.
01:17:03.619 – 01:17:04.827
..Stevenson.
01:17:04.911 – 01:17:06.37
Fiction, adventure.
01:17:08.373 – 01:17:09.999
What's next?
01:17:10 – 01:17:12.71
I got here Auto Repair and..
01:17:13.754 – 01:17:15.087
Soap Carving.
01:17:15.172 – 01:17:18.549
Trade skills and hobbies. Goes under Educational. The stack behind you.
01:17:18.634 – 01:17:20.676
The Count Of Monte Crisco.
01:17:20.761 – 01:17:23.095
That's Cristo, you dumb shit.
01:17:23.18 – 01:17:26.974
By Alexandree... Dum-ass.
01:17:27.059 – 01:17:31.979
Dumb-ass?
01:17:34.483 – 01:17:36.817
Dumas. You know what that's about?
01:17:36.902 – 01:17:38.277
Uh-uh.
01:17:38.362 – 01:17:41.072
You'll like it. It's about a prison break.
01:17:41.156 – 01:17:45.159
We ought to file that under Educational, too, oughtn't we?
01:17:45.243 – 01:17:49.413
RED: The rest of us did our best to pitch in when and where we could.
01:17:50.666 – 01:17:52.5
By the year Kennedy was shot,
01:17:52.584 – 01:17:56.921
Andy had transformed a storage room smelling of rat turds and turpentine
01:17:56.922 – 01:18:00.257
into the best prison library in New England,
01:18:00.342 – 01:18:04.22
complete with a fine selection of Hank Williams.
01:18:04.304 – 01:18:08.474
♪ Lord I don't know what I'll do-ooo ♪
01:18:08.558 – 01:18:11.31
♪ All I do is sit and sigh... ♪
01:18:11.395 – 01:18:16.148
RED: That was also the year Warden Norton instituted his famous Inside Out Programme.
01:18:16.233 – 01:18:18.943
You may remember reading about it.
01:18:19.027 – 01:18:22.446
It made all the papers and got his picture in Look Magazine.
01:18:22.531 – 01:18:24.198
No free ride.
01:18:24.282 – 01:18:27.243
But rather a genuine, progressive advance
01:18:27.327 – 01:18:29.495
in corrections and rehabilitation.
01:18:30.539 – 01:18:32.873
Our inmates, properly supervised,
01:18:32.958 – 01:18:35.71
will be put to work outside these walls,
01:18:35.794 – 01:18:37.878
performing all manner of public service.
01:18:37.963 – 01:18:41.882
These men can learn the value of an honest day's labour,
01:18:41.967 – 01:18:45.636
while providing a valuable service to the community and...
01:18:45.721 – 01:18:50.933
at a bare minimum of expense to Mr. and Mrs. John Q Taxpayer.
01:18:51.017 – 01:18:53.686
RED: Of course, Norton failed to mention to the press
01:18:53.77 – 01:18:57.064
that "bare minimum of expense" is a fairly loose term.
01:18:57.149 – 01:19:00.317
There are a hundred different ways to skim off the top.
01:19:00.402 – 01:19:03.028
Men, materials, you name it.
01:19:04.072 – 01:19:06.824
And, oh, my Lord, how the money rolled in.
01:19:06.908 – 01:19:09.034
If this keeps up, you gonna put me out of business.
01:19:09.119 – 01:19:11.287
- Ned! - This pool of slave labour you've got,
01:19:11.371 – 01:19:13.414
you can underbid any contractor in town.
01:19:13.498 – 01:19:17.46
Ned, we're providing a valuable community service here.
01:19:17.544 – 01:19:19.795
That's fine for the papers
01:19:19.88 – 01:19:21.38
but I've got a family to feed.
01:19:21.465 – 01:19:23.174
Sam...
01:19:23.258 – 01:19:25.718
Sam, we go back a long way.
01:19:25.802 – 01:19:28.137
I need this new highway contract.
01:19:28.221 – 01:19:30.431
I don't get it, and I go under.
01:19:30.515 – 01:19:32.558
That's a fact.
01:19:32.642 – 01:19:34.727
You just have some of this fine pie
01:19:34.811 – 01:19:36.854
my missus made specially for you,
01:19:36.938 – 01:19:38.272
and you think about that.
01:19:46.323 – 01:19:49.241
Ned, I wouldn't worry too much about this contract.
01:19:49.326 – 01:19:52.536
It seems to me I already got my boys committed elsewhere.
01:19:54.414 – 01:19:56.999
You be sure and thank Maisie for this fine pie.
01:19:58.627 – 01:20:00.795
RED: And behind every shady deal,
01:20:00.879 – 01:20:03.088
behind every dollar earned,
01:20:03.173 – 01:20:06.342
there was Andy, keeping the books.
01:20:07.385 – 01:20:10.805
Two deposits. Maine National and New England First.
01:20:10.889 – 01:20:12.973
Night drops as always, sir.
01:20:43.38 – 01:20:45.13
Get my stuff down to the laundry.
01:20:45.215 – 01:20:48.008
- Two suits for dry-clean and a bag of whatnot. - Yes, sir.
01:20:48.093 – 01:20:51.846
Tell them if they overstarch my shirts again, they'll hear about it from me?
01:20:51.93 – 01:20:53.931
How do I look?
01:20:54.015 – 01:20:56.725
- Very nice, sir. - Big charity to-do up Portland way.
01:20:56.81 – 01:20:58.519
Governor's going to be there.
01:20:59.938 – 01:21:01.981
Want the rest of this?
01:21:02.065 – 01:21:04.149
The woman can't bake worth shit.
01:21:05.527 – 01:21:07.319
Thank you, sir.
01:21:09.489 – 01:21:13.242
- He's got his fingers in a lot of pies, from what I hear. - What you hear isn't half of it.
01:21:13.326 – 01:21:15.786
He's got scams you haven't even dreamed of.
01:21:15.871 – 01:21:17.913
Kickbacks on his kickbacks.
01:21:17.998 – 01:21:20.875
There's a river of dirty money running through this place.
01:21:20.959 – 01:21:24.211
Yeah the problem of having all that money. Sooner or later, he gonna have to explain
01:21:24.296 – 01:21:26.881
- where it came from. - Well that's where I come in.
01:21:26.965 – 01:21:29.466
I channel it, filter it, funnel it.
01:21:29.551 – 01:21:32.094
Stocks, securities, tax-free municipals.
01:21:32.178 – 01:21:34.847
I send that money out into the real world.
01:21:34.931 – 01:21:38.559
- And when it comes back... - Clean as a virgin's honey pot, huh?
01:21:38.643 – 01:21:39.852
Cleaner.
01:21:39.936 – 01:21:43.564
By the time Norton retires, I'll have made him a millionaire.
01:21:46.318 – 01:21:50.738
If they ever catch on, he's gonna wind up in here wearing a number himself.
01:21:50.822 – 01:21:54.074
Now, Red, I thought you had a little more faith in me than that.
01:21:54.159 – 01:21:57.453
I know you're good, Andy, but all that paper leaves a trail.
01:21:57.537 – 01:22:00.539
Now, anybody gets curious, the FBI , the IRS, whatever,
01:22:00.624 – 01:22:03.459
it's gonna lead to somebody.
01:22:03.543 – 01:22:05.502
Sure it is. But not to me.
01:22:05.587 – 01:22:07.588
And certainly not to the Warden.
01:22:11.635 – 01:22:12.927
All right. Who?
01:22:13.011 – 01:22:14.72
Randall Stevens.
01:22:14.804 – 01:22:15.971
Who?
01:22:17.057 – 01:22:21.769
The silent silent partner. He's the guilty one, Your Honour. The man with the bank accounts.
01:22:21.853 – 01:22:24.021
That's where the filtering process starts.
01:22:24.105 – 01:22:27.274
If they trace anything, it's just going to lead to him.
01:22:27.359 – 01:22:28.943
But who is he?
01:22:29.027 – 01:22:31.07
He's a phantom, an apparition.
01:22:31.154 – 01:22:33.113
Second cousin to Harvey the Rabbit.
01:22:33.198 – 01:22:35.366
I conjured him...
01:22:35.45 – 01:22:37.493
out of thin air.
01:22:37.577 – 01:22:40.412
He doesn't exist, except on paper.
01:22:43.541 – 01:22:45.918
Andy, you can't just make a person up.
01:22:46.002 – 01:22:49.129
Sure you can, if you know how the system works, where the cracks are.
01:22:49.214 – 01:22:52.716
It's amazing what you can accomplish by mail.
01:22:52.801 – 01:22:55.427
Mr. Stevens has a birth certificate,
01:22:55.512 – 01:22:57.846
a driver's license, social security number.
01:22:57.931 – 01:22:59.139
You're shitting me?
01:22:59.224 – 01:23:01.183
If they ever trace any of those accounts,
01:23:01.267 – 01:23:04.144
they're going to wind up chasing a figment of my imagination.
01:23:04.229 – 01:23:06.313
Well, I'll be damned.
01:23:07.607 – 01:23:09.65
Did I say you were good?
01:23:09.734 – 01:23:11.902
Shit, you're a Rembrandt!
01:23:11.987 – 01:23:14.029
You know, the funny thing is,
01:23:14.114 – 01:23:18.075
on the outside, I was an honest man, straight as an arrow.
01:23:19.119 – 01:23:21.495
I had to come to prison to be a crook.
01:23:30.255 – 01:23:31.63
Ever bother you?
01:23:32.674 – 01:23:36.093
I don't run the scams, Red, I just process the profits.
01:23:36.177 – 01:23:38.22
Fine line maybe but...
01:23:38.304 – 01:23:41.015
I also built that library and
01:23:41.099 – 01:23:43.726
used it to help a dozen guys get a high school diploma.
01:23:44.596 – 01:23:46.583
Why do you think the Warden lets me do all that?
01:23:45.77 – 01:23:48.522
To keep you happy and doing the laundry.
01:23:48.606 – 01:23:50.733
Money instead of sheets.
01:23:50.817 – 01:23:53.527
Well, I work cheap. That's the trade-off.
01:23:53.611 – 01:23:55.696
(Siren wails)
01:23:59.117 – 01:24:03.326
♪ JOHNNY OTIS: Willy And The Hand Jive ♪
01:24:09.127 – 01:24:10.919
♪ I know a cat named... ♪
01:24:11.004 – 01:24:13.672
RED: Tommy Williams came to Shawshank in 1965
01:24:13.757 – 01:24:15.799
on a two-year stretch for B & E.
01:24:15.884 – 01:24:18.01
That's breaking and entering to you.
01:24:18.094 – 01:24:22.723
The cops caught him sneaking TV sets out the back door of a JC Penney.
01:24:22.807 – 01:24:24.558
Young punk.
01:24:24.642 – 01:24:26.685
Mr. Rock n' roll.
01:24:26.77 – 01:24:28.437
Cocky as hell.
01:24:28.521 – 01:24:31.106
Hey, come on, old boys! Moving like molasses!
01:24:31.191 – 01:24:33.15
Making me look bad.
01:24:33.151 – 01:24:35.11
RED: We liked him immediately.
01:24:35.195 – 01:24:37.237
So I'm backing out the door, right?
01:24:37.322 – 01:24:39.031
And I got the TV like this.
01:24:39.115 – 01:24:42.951
It was a big old thing. I couldn't see shit. Suddenly, I hears this voice.
01:24:43.036 – 01:24:45.079
"Freeze, kid! Hands in the air."
01:24:45.163 – 01:24:46.83
Well, I just stand there,
01:24:46.915 – 01:24:49.708
holding onto that TV. So, finally, the voice says,
01:24:49.793 – 01:24:51.752
"Do you hear what I said, boy?"
01:24:51.836 – 01:24:54.213
I say, "Yes, sir, I sure did.
01:24:54.297 – 01:24:57.925
But if I drop this fucking thing, you got me on destruction of property, too"
01:24:58.009 – 01:25:00.135
(Laughter)
01:25:02.013 – 01:25:04.723
Hey, you've done a stretch in Cashman, right?
01:25:04.808 – 01:25:08.644
Yeah. Yeah, that was an easy piece of time, let me tell you.
01:25:08.728 – 01:25:11.355
Weekend furloughs, work programmes.
01:25:11.439 – 01:25:12.856
Not like here.
01:25:12.941 – 01:25:15.275
Sounds like you done time all over New England?
01:25:15.36 – 01:25:20.447
Yeah, I've been in and out since I was 13. You name the place, chances are I've been there.
01:25:20.532 – 01:25:24.535
Perhaps it's time you tried a new profession.
01:25:24.619 – 01:25:29.706
What I mean is, you don't seem to be a very good thief. Maybe you should try something else.
01:25:29.791 – 01:25:33.627
Yeah, well, what the hell do you know about it, Capone.
01:25:33.711 – 01:25:35.462
What are you in for?
01:25:35.547 – 01:25:37.172
Me?
01:25:38.675 – 01:25:40.759
The lawyer fucked me.
01:25:44.472 – 01:25:47.891
Everybody's innocent in here. Don't you know that?
01:25:49.727 – 01:25:52.271
(Laughter breaks out)
01:25:55.358 – 01:25:59.528
RED: As it turned out, Tommy had himself a young wife and a new baby girl.
01:26:00.572 – 01:26:05.701
Maybe it was the thought of them on the streets so, or his child growing up not knowing her daddy.
01:26:05.785 – 01:26:09.621
Whatever it was, something lit a fire under that boy's ass.
01:26:13.585 – 01:26:16.837
I was thinking of maybe trying for my high school equivalency.
01:26:16.921 – 01:26:19.506
I hear you helped a couple of fellas with that.
01:26:20.717 – 01:26:22.926
I don't waste time on losers, Tommy.
01:26:24.512 – 01:26:26.597
I ain't no goddamn loser.
01:26:28.433 – 01:26:30.517
- You mean that? - Yeah.
01:26:32.187 – 01:26:34.229
You really mean that?
01:26:34.314 – 01:26:35.981
Yes, sir, I do.
01:26:36.065 – 01:26:38.192
Good. Because if we do this,
01:26:38.551 – 01:26:41.81
we do it all the way, 100%, nothing half-assed.
01:26:42.155 – 01:26:44.239
The thing is, see...
01:26:45.408 – 01:26:47.242
I don't read so good.
01:26:48.369 – 01:26:49.578
Well.
01:26:51.331 – 01:26:53.373
You don't read...
01:26:53.458 – 01:26:55.542
so well.
01:26:57.003 – 01:26:58.67
We'll get to that.
01:26:59.756 – 01:27:01.506
- R. - R...
01:27:01.591 – 01:27:02.966
- S. - S...
01:27:03.051 – 01:27:05.219
RED: So Andy took Tommy under his wing.
01:27:05.303 – 01:27:07.721
He started walking him through his ABCs.
01:27:09.39 – 01:27:11.975
Tommy took to it pretty well, too.
01:27:12.06 – 01:27:15.02
Boy found brains he never knew he had.
01:27:17.357 – 01:27:21.151
Before long, Andy started him on his course requirements.
01:27:21.236 – 01:27:23.195
He really liked the kid.
01:27:23.279 – 01:27:26.448
It gave him a thrill to help a youngster crawl off the shit heap.
01:27:27.492 – 01:27:29.534
But that wasn't the only reason.
01:27:29.619 – 01:27:32.079
Prison time is slow time.
01:27:33.122 – 01:27:35.374
So you do what you can to keep going.
01:27:35.458 – 01:27:37.709
Some fellas collect stamps.
01:27:37.71 – 01:27:40.337
Others build matchstick houses.
01:27:41.381 – 01:27:43.757
Andy, built a Library.
01:27:44.801 – 01:27:46.843
Now he needed a new project.
01:27:46.928 – 01:27:48.971
Tommy was it.
01:27:49.055 – 01:27:53.267
It was the same reason he spent years shaping and polishing those rocks.
01:27:53.351 – 01:27:56.979
The same reason he hung his fantasy girlies on the wall.
01:27:58.356 – 01:27:59.856
In prison,
01:27:59.941 – 01:28:03.068
a man will do most anything to keep his mind occupied.
01:28:04.529 – 01:28:08.991
By 1966, right about the time Tommy was getting ready to take his exams,
01:28:08.992 – 01:28:11.034
it was Lovely Raquel.
01:28:13.413 – 01:28:15.038
(Clock ticks)
01:28:28.303 – 01:28:29.344
Time.
01:28:35.351 – 01:28:36.643
Well?
01:28:37.729 – 01:28:39.271
Well, it's for shit.
01:28:39.355 – 01:28:41.857
I wasted a whole fucking year of my time
01:28:41.941 – 01:28:45.11
- with this bullshit. - It's probably not as bad as you think.
01:28:45.194 – 01:28:48.905
It's worse. I didn't get one thing right. It might as well have been in Chinese.
01:28:48.99 – 01:28:51.491
Let's see how the score comes out.
01:28:51.576 – 01:28:54.202
Yeah well, I'll tell you how the goddamn score comes out.
01:28:55.997 – 01:28:57.914
Two points right there.
01:28:57.999 – 01:28:59.791
There's your goddamn score!
01:28:59.876 – 01:29:03.712
Goddamn cats crawling up trees, 5 times 5 is 25.
01:29:04.797 – 01:29:06.34
Fuck this place!
01:29:06.341 – 01:29:07.632
Fuck it!
01:29:26.444 – 01:29:29.196
I feel bad. I let him down.
01:29:29.28 – 01:29:31.365
Ah, that's crap, kid.
01:29:31.366 – 01:29:32.908
He's proud of you.
01:29:32.992 – 01:29:36.119
We've been good friends for a long time, so I know him as good as anybody.
01:29:36.204 – 01:29:39.081
- A smart fellow, ain't he? - As smart as they come.
01:29:39.165 – 01:29:41.208
He used to be a banker on the outside.
01:29:41.292 – 01:29:43.335
What's he in here for, anyway?
01:29:43.419 – 01:29:44.92
Murder.
01:29:46.047 – 01:29:47.798
The hell you say!
01:29:49.926 – 01:29:52.219
You wouldn't think it to look at the guy?
01:29:53.262 – 01:29:55.722
He caught his wife in bed with some golf pro.
01:29:55.807 – 01:29:57.891
He greased them both.
01:30:05.775 – 01:30:07.651
What?
01:30:07.735 – 01:30:10.112
About four years ago,
01:30:10.196 – 01:30:13.281
I was in Thomaston on a two-to-three stretch.
01:30:14.534 – 01:30:17.619
I stole a car. It was a dumb-fuck thing to do.
01:30:18.913 – 01:30:20.956
About six months left to go,
01:30:21.04 – 01:30:23.083
I get a new cellmate in,
01:30:23.167 – 01:30:25.043
Elmo Blatch.
01:30:26.087 – 01:30:27.671
Big, twitchy fucker.
01:30:27.672 – 01:30:29.965
Kind of roomie you pray you don't get.
01:30:30.049 – 01:30:32.092
You know what I'm saying?
01:30:32.176 – 01:30:34.219
Six-to-twelve, armed burglary.
01:30:34.303 – 01:30:37.514
He said he'd pulled hundreds of jobs.
01:30:37.598 – 01:30:39.474
Hard to believe, high-strung as he was.
01:30:39.559 – 01:30:42.561
You'd cut a loud fart, he'd jump three feet in the air.
01:30:43.688 – 01:30:45.73
Talked all the time, too.
01:30:45.815 – 01:30:48.15
That's the other thing. He never shut up.
01:30:48.234 – 01:30:50.277
Places he'd been in,
01:30:50.361 – 01:30:53.029
jobs he'd pulled, women he'd fucked.
01:30:53.114 – 01:30:55.532
Even people he'd killed.
01:30:57.368 – 01:30:59.744
People who gave him shit.
01:31:00.788 – 01:31:02.831
That's how he put it.
01:31:02.915 – 01:31:04.458
So...
01:31:04.542 – 01:31:06.626
one night, like a joke,
01:31:07.67 – 01:31:10.964
I say to him, I say, "Yeah, Elmo, who did you kill?"
01:31:11.048 – 01:31:12.841
So he says...
01:31:12.925 – 01:31:16.553
I got me this job one time bussing tables at a country club.
01:31:17.68 – 01:31:21.266
So I could case all these big rich pricks that come in.
01:31:23.686 – 01:31:25.687
So I pick out this guy,
01:31:26.731 – 01:31:29.316
go in one night and do his place.
01:31:31.486 – 01:31:33.487
He wakes up.
01:31:33.571 – 01:31:35.614
He gives me shit.
01:31:36.657 – 01:31:38.742
So I killed him.
01:31:39.785 – 01:31:41.87
Him and this tasty bitch he was with.
01:31:44.165 – 01:31:46.082
That's the best part.
01:31:47.126 – 01:31:50.337
She's fucking this prick, see, this golf pro.
01:31:50.421 – 01:31:52.506
But she's married to some other guy.
01:31:53.549 – 01:31:55.634
Some hotshot banker.
01:31:57.428 – 01:31:59.513
And he's the one they pinned it on.
01:32:10.65 – 01:32:14.486
I have to say that's the most amazing story I ever heard.
01:32:16.113 – 01:32:18.99
What amazes me most is you were taken in by it.
01:32:19.075 – 01:32:20.7
Sir?
01:32:20.785 – 01:32:22.452
Well...
01:32:22.537 – 01:32:25.914
it's obvious this fella Williams is impressed with you.
01:32:25.998 – 01:32:28.083
He hears your tale of woe
01:32:28.167 – 01:32:31.086
and quite naturally wants to cheer you up.
01:32:31.17 – 01:32:33.213
He's young, not terribly bright.
01:32:33.297 – 01:32:37.175
Not surprising he wouldn't know what a state he'd put you in.
01:32:37.26 – 01:32:39.386
Sir, he's telling the truth.
01:32:39.47 – 01:32:43.515
Well, let's say, for the moment, this Blatch does exist.
01:32:43.599 – 01:32:46.726
You think he'd just fall to his knees and cry,
01:32:46.811 – 01:32:49.02
"Yes, I did it! I confess!
01:32:49.105 – 01:32:51.314
Oh and by the way, add a life term to my sentence"?
01:32:51.399 – 01:32:54.568
You know it wouldn't matter with Tommy's testimony, I can get a new trial.
01:32:54.652 – 01:32:57.862
That's assuming Blatch is even still there.
01:32:57.947 – 01:32:59.99
Chances are exactly, he'd be released by now.
01:33:00.074 – 01:33:02.659
Well they'd have his last known address, names of relatives.
01:33:02.743 – 01:33:04.911
There's a chance, isn't it?
01:33:06.956 – 01:33:08.832
How can you be so obtuse?
01:33:08.916 – 01:33:10.417
What?
01:33:11.919 – 01:33:13.753
What did you call me?
01:33:13.838 – 01:33:15.672
Obtuse. Is it deliberate?
01:33:15.756 – 01:33:17.549
Son, you're forgetting yourself.
01:33:17.633 – 01:33:20.468
The country club will have his old timecards,
01:33:20.553 – 01:33:22.679
records, W-2s,
01:33:22.763 – 01:33:26.766
- with his name on them. - Dufresne if you want to indulge in this fantasy, that's your business.
01:33:26.851 – 01:33:30.812
- Don't make it mine. This meeting is over. - Sir, if I were to ever get out,
01:33:30.896 – 01:33:35.9
I would never mention what goes on in here. I'd be just as indictable as you for laundering that money.
01:33:37.695 – 01:33:40.697
Don't ever mention money to me again, you sorry son of a bitch!
01:33:40.781 – 01:33:42.657
Not in this office.
01:33:42.658 – 01:33:44.784
Not anywhere! Get in here now.
01:33:44.869 – 01:33:48.121
I'm just trying to set your mind at ease, that's all. Sir, I-- I...
01:33:48.205 – 01:33:49.581
Solitary. A month!
01:33:49.665 – 01:33:51.833
- Yes, sir. - What's the matter with you?!
01:33:51.917 – 01:33:55.17
- Get him out of here. - This is my chance to get out! Can't you see that?!
01:33:55.171 – 01:33:57.172
It's my life! Don't you understand?
01:33:57.256 – 01:33:59.716
- Get him out! Get him out! - This is my life! This is my LIFE!
01:33:59.8 – 01:34:01.051
No!
01:34:01.135 – 01:34:02.969
A month in the hole.
01:34:03.054 – 01:34:05.639
It's the longest damn stretch I ever heard of.
01:34:05.723 – 01:34:07.515
It's all my fault.
01:34:07.6 – 01:34:09.017
Oh, bullshit.
01:34:09.101 – 01:34:12.395
You didn't pull the trigger and you certainly didn't convict him.
01:34:12.48 – 01:34:14.856
Red, are you saying that Andy is innocent?
01:34:14.94 – 01:34:17.108
I mean, for real innocent?
01:34:17.193 – 01:34:19.235
It looks that way.
01:34:19.32 – 01:34:21.363
Sweet Jesus.
01:34:21.447 – 01:34:23.49
How long's he been here now?
01:34:23.574 – 01:34:25.617
1947. What is that?
01:34:25.701 – 01:34:27.243
- 19 years? TOMMY: 19 years...
01:34:27.328 – 01:34:29.954
GUARD: Williams, Thomas. - Yeah, over here.
01:34:32.333 – 01:34:34.584
- Paxon, Edward. - Yeah.
01:34:35.795 – 01:34:38.713
What you got? Board of Education.
01:34:38.798 – 01:34:41.466
- That son of a bitch mailed it. - Like he did.
01:34:41.55 – 01:34:44.594
You gonna open it or gonna stand there with your thumb up your butt?
01:34:44.679 – 01:34:46.763
Thumb up my butt sounds better.
01:34:47.807 – 01:34:50.558
Hey, Skeet, come on, give me that, you shithead.
01:34:51.602 – 01:34:53.812
- Floyd, come on. - Over here, over here!
01:34:54.855 – 01:34:56.94
Hey, Red!
01:34:58.067 – 01:35:00.485
Come on, will you throw that away, please?
01:35:06.075 – 01:35:08.159
Well, shit.
01:35:20.381 – 01:35:23.091
The kid passed. C+ average.
01:35:23.175 – 01:35:25.26
Thought you'd like to know.
01:35:41.819 – 01:35:43.903
The Warden wants to talk.
01:35:57.293 – 01:35:58.418
Out here?
01:35:58.502 – 01:36:00.587
That's what the man said.
01:36:16.896 – 01:36:18.688
Warden?
01:36:18.773 – 01:36:20.857
Tommy?
01:36:26.322 – 01:36:27.781
Tommy...
01:36:27.865 – 01:36:31.951
I'm asking you to keep this conversation just between us.
01:36:33.37 – 01:36:35.455
I feel awkward enough as it is.
01:36:53.933 – 01:36:56.017
We've got a situation here.
01:36:57.061 – 01:36:59.103
I think you can appreciate that.
01:36:59.188 – 01:37:00.647
Yes, sir.
01:37:00.731 – 01:37:02.232
I sure can.
01:37:02.316 – 01:37:06.361
I tell you, son, this thing really came along and knocked my wind out.
01:37:08.072 – 01:37:10.615
It's got me up nights, that's the truth.
01:37:12.827 – 01:37:14.911
The right thing to do.
01:37:16.247 – 01:37:19.249
Sometimes it's hard to know what that is.
01:37:20.96 – 01:37:23.002
You understand?
01:37:24.38 – 01:37:26.464
I need your help, son.
01:37:27.883 – 01:37:29.968
If I'm going to move on this,
01:37:29.969 – 01:37:32.72
there can't be the least little shred of doubt.
01:37:34.265 – 01:37:37.684
I have to know if what you told Dufresne was the truth?
01:37:37.768 – 01:37:39.352
Yes, sir.
01:37:39.353 – 01:37:40.979
Absolutely.
01:37:41.063 – 01:37:44.148
Would you be willing to swear before a judge and jury,
01:37:44.233 – 01:37:46.651
having placed your hand on the Good Book
01:37:46.652 – 01:37:49.362
and taken an oath before Almighty God himself?
01:37:49.446 – 01:37:51.573
Just give me that chance.
01:37:55.494 – 01:37:57.161
That's what I thought.
01:38:29.612 – 01:38:31.696
(Keys rattle)
01:38:44.251 – 01:38:46.336
I'm sure by now you've heard...
01:38:47.588 – 01:38:48.963
A terrible thing.
01:38:50.424 – 01:38:54.01
A man that young, less than a year to go, trying to escape.
01:38:55.095 – 01:38:57.722
It Broke Captain Hadley's heart to shoot him.
01:38:58.766 – 01:39:00.85
Truly, it did.
01:39:02.895 – 01:39:04.979
We just have to put it behind us.
01:39:07.149 – 01:39:08.566
Move on.
01:39:10.027 – 01:39:11.903
I'm done...
01:39:12.947 – 01:39:15.031
Everything stops.
01:39:16.075 – 01:39:18.91
Get someone else to run your scams.
01:39:20.245 – 01:39:22.33
Nothing stops.
01:39:23.374 – 01:39:25.458
Nothing.
01:39:27.211 – 01:39:29.295
Or you will do the hardest time there is.
01:39:31.173 – 01:39:33.758
No more protection from the guards.
01:39:33.842 – 01:39:36.177
I'll pull you out of that one-bunk Hilton
01:39:36.261 – 01:39:38.429
and cast you down with the Sodomites.
01:39:40.182 – 01:39:42.684
You'll think you've been fucked by a train.
01:39:43.978 – 01:39:46.02
And the library?
01:39:46.105 – 01:39:47.23
Gone.
01:39:47.314 – 01:39:49.691
Sealed off, brick by brick.
01:39:50.734 – 01:39:53.528
We'll have us a little book barbecue in the yard.
01:39:53.612 – 01:39:55.655
They'll see the flames for miles.
01:39:55.739 – 01:39:58.241
We'll dance around it like wild lnjuns.
01:39:59.827 – 01:40:01.744
You understand me?
01:40:01.829 – 01:40:03.913
Catching my drift?
01:40:07.001 – 01:40:09.085
Or am I being obtuse?
01:40:20.222 – 01:40:22.348
Give him another month to think about it.
01:40:30.858 – 01:40:32.942
(Lock clicks)
01:41:09.938 – 01:41:12.982
My wife used to say I'm a hard man to know.
01:41:13.067 – 01:41:15.151
Like a closed book.
01:41:16.361 – 01:41:19.113
Complained about it all the time.
01:41:19.198 – 01:41:21.282
She was beautiful.
01:41:23.494 – 01:41:25.578
God, I loved her.
01:41:28.582 – 01:41:30.917
I just didn't know how to show it, that's all.
01:41:33.42 – 01:41:35.505
I killed her, Red.
01:41:36.965 – 01:41:39.05
I didn't pull the trigger.
01:41:40.469 – 01:41:42.553
But I drove her away.
01:41:43.764 – 01:41:46.307
That's why she died, because of me.
01:41:46.391 – 01:41:48.476
The way I am.
01:41:56.819 – 01:41:58.903
That don't make you a murderer.
01:42:02.116 – 01:42:04.2
A bad husband, maybe.
01:42:07.579 – 01:42:10.957
Feel bad about it if you want to, but you didn't pull the trigger.
01:42:11.041 – 01:42:12.458
No, I didn't.
01:42:12.543 – 01:42:14.585
Somebody else did.
01:42:15.879 – 01:42:17.964
And I wound up in here.
01:42:20.342 – 01:42:22.426
Bad luck, I guess.
01:42:25.347 – 01:42:27.056
Yeah.
01:42:27.141 – 01:42:29.433
It floats around.
01:42:29.518 – 01:42:31.978
It's got to land on somebody.
01:42:32.062 – 01:42:34.313
It was my turn, that's all.
01:42:35.399 – 01:42:37.859
I was in the path of the tornado.
01:42:44.449 – 01:42:48.202
l just didn't expect the storm would last as long as it has.
01:42:52.291 – 01:42:54.208
Do you think you'll ever get out of here?
01:42:55.46 – 01:42:57.128
Me?
01:42:59.423 – 01:43:00.882
Yeah.
01:43:01.925 – 01:43:03.885
One day, when I've got a long, white beard
01:43:03.969 – 01:43:07.471
and two or three marbles rolling around upstairs, they'll let me out.
01:43:09.391 – 01:43:11.475
I tell you where I'd go.
01:43:12.686 – 01:43:14.312
Zihuatanejo.
01:43:14.396 – 01:43:16.314
Zi... what?
01:43:16.398 – 01:43:18.441
Zihuatanejo.
01:43:18.525 – 01:43:20.61
It's in Mexico.
01:43:22.404 – 01:43:24.614
A little place on the Pacific Ocean.
01:43:25.866 – 01:43:28.242
You know what the Mexicans say about the Pacific?
01:43:28.327 – 01:43:29.785
No.
01:43:29.87 – 01:43:31.954
They say it has no memory.
01:43:34.416 – 01:43:36.959
That's where I want to live the rest of my life.
01:43:38.545 – 01:43:40.63
A warm place with no memory.
01:43:43.926 – 01:43:46.219
Open up a little hotel,
01:43:48.055 – 01:43:49.931
right on the beach.
01:43:50.015 – 01:43:52.058
Buy some worthless old boat,
01:43:52.142 – 01:43:54.227
fix it up new.
01:43:57.189 – 01:43:58.397
Take my guests out.
01:43:58.482 – 01:44:00.566
Charter fishing.
01:44:04.488 – 01:44:07.114
Zihuatanejo, huh?
01:44:09.743 – 01:44:13.621
In a place like that, I could use a man who knows how to get things.
01:44:20.045 – 01:44:22.755
I don't think I could make it on the outside, Andy.
01:44:29.513 – 01:44:31.597
I've been in here most of my life.
01:44:33.1 – 01:44:34.892
I'm an institutional man now.
01:44:34.977 – 01:44:37.061
Just like Brooks was.
01:44:38.48 – 01:44:40.731
Well, you underestimate yourself.
01:44:40.816 – 01:44:42.9
I don't think so.
01:44:45.529 – 01:44:49.74
I mean... in here, I'm the guy who can get things for you, sure.
01:44:49.825 – 01:44:53.744
But outside, all you need is the Yellow Pages.
01:44:53.829 – 01:44:56.247
Hell, I wouldn't even know where to begin?
01:44:58.333 – 01:45:00.668
The Pacific Ocean?
01:45:00.752 – 01:45:02.795
Shit.
01:45:02.879 – 01:45:06.048
- About scare me to death, something that big. - Not me.
01:45:06.133 – 01:45:09.593
I didn't shoot my wife and I didn't shoot her lover.
01:45:11.513 – 01:45:15.141
Whatever mistakes I've made, I've paid for them and then some.
01:45:15.225 – 01:45:17.393
That hotel, that boat.
01:45:18.979 – 01:45:21.147
I don't think that's too much to ask.
01:45:25.777 – 01:45:28.654
I don't think you ought to be doing this to yourself, Andy.
01:45:28.739 – 01:45:30.781
These are just shitty pipe dreams!
01:45:30.866 – 01:45:33.826
I mean, Mexico is way the hell down there and you're in here!
01:45:33.91 – 01:45:35.953
And that's the way it is!
01:45:36.038 – 01:45:38.664
Yeah, right. That's the way it is.
01:45:40.417 – 01:45:42.501
It's down there and I'm in here.
01:45:45.213 – 01:45:48.007
I guess it comes down to a simple choice, really.
01:45:50.844 – 01:45:52.887
Get busy living,
01:45:52.971 – 01:45:55.89
or get busy dying.
01:45:59.686 – 01:46:01.771
Andy.
01:46:04.232 – 01:46:06.317
Red.
01:46:07.361 – 01:46:09.779
If you ever get out of here, do me a favour.
01:46:09.863 – 01:46:11.697
Sure, Andy.
01:46:11.782 – 01:46:13.115
Anything.
01:46:14.201 – 01:46:18.661
There's a big hayfield up near Buxton. You know where Buxton is?
01:46:19.664 – 01:46:23.459
- Well, just.. There's a lot of hayfields up there. - One in particular.
01:46:23.543 – 01:46:25.586
It's got a long rock wall
01:46:25.67 – 01:46:27.588
with a big oak tree at the north end.
01:46:27.672 – 01:46:30.383
It's like something out of a Robert Frost poem.
01:46:31.76 – 01:46:34.47
It's where I asked my wife to marry me.
01:46:35.68 – 01:46:39.475
We went there for a picnic, and made love under that oak.
01:46:40.977 – 01:46:43.062
I asked and she said yes.
01:46:47.192 – 01:46:49.235
Promise me, Red,
01:46:49.319 – 01:46:51.32
if you ever get out,
01:46:51.405 – 01:46:53.447
find that spot.
01:46:54.491 – 01:46:59.954
At the base of that wall, you'll find a rock that has no earthly business in the Maine hayfield.
01:47:00.038 – 01:47:02.54
A piece of black, volcanic glass.
01:47:05.71 – 01:47:08.504
There's something buried under it I want you to have.
01:47:08.588 – 01:47:10.589
What Andy?
01:47:10.674 – 01:47:12.758
What's buried under there?
01:47:14.553 – 01:47:17.93
You'll have to pry it up to see.
01:47:23.27 – 01:47:25.354
No, I'm telling you, the guy is...
01:47:26.398 – 01:47:28.482
He's talking funnier.
01:47:28.567 – 01:47:31.944
- I'm really worried about him. - We ought to keep an eye on him.
01:47:32.028 – 01:47:36.073
That's fine during the day, but at night he's got that cell all to himself.
01:47:37.159 – 01:47:38.617
Oh, Lord.
01:47:38.702 – 01:47:40.744
What?
01:47:42.414 – 01:47:44.748
Andy come down to the loading dock today.
01:47:44.833 – 01:47:48.335
- He asked me for a length of rope. - Rope?
01:47:48.42 – 01:47:50.254
Six feet long.
01:47:50.338 – 01:47:51.797
And you gave it to him?
01:47:51.882 – 01:47:54.55
Sure I did. Why wouldn't I?
01:47:54.551 – 01:47:56.26
Jesus, Heywood.
01:47:56.344 – 01:47:58.596
Hey, how the hell was I supposed to know?
01:47:58.68 – 01:48:00.598
Remember Brooks Hatlen?
01:48:00.682 – 01:48:01.724
No.
01:48:02.767 – 01:48:04.977
Andy would never do that.
01:48:04.978 – 01:48:07.062
Never.
01:48:08.106 – 01:48:10.191
I don't know.
01:48:12.235 – 01:48:14.32
Every man has his breaking point.
01:48:16.948 – 01:48:18.199
Lickety-split.
01:48:18.283 – 01:48:21.16
- I want to get home. - Just about finished, sir.
01:48:37.26 – 01:48:39.345
Three deposits tonight.
01:48:47.729 – 01:48:49.813
Get my stuff down to the laundry.
01:48:49.814 – 01:48:53.275
And shine my shoes. I want 'em looking like mirrors.
01:48:53.36 – 01:48:54.735
Yes, sir.
01:49:00.033 – 01:49:01.7
It's good having you back, Andy.
01:49:01.785 – 01:49:04.537
The place wasn't the same without you.
01:49:06.665 – 01:49:08.749
(Whistles)
01:49:51.585 – 01:49:54.336
GUARD: Lights out! (Click of light switches)
01:49:58.633 – 01:50:00.718
(Footsteps)
01:50:06.6 – 01:50:08.684
(Outer door closes)
01:50:25.076 – 01:50:27.369
RED: I've had some long nights in stir.
01:50:28.413 – 01:50:31.123
Alone in the dark with nothing but your thoughts,
01:50:31.207 – 01:50:33.042
time can draw out like a blade.
01:50:33.043 – 01:50:35.127
(Thunder rumbles)
01:50:39.424 – 01:50:41.759
That was the longest night of my life.
01:50:51.978 – 01:50:54.313
(Gate buzzer)
01:50:57.901 – 01:50:59.526
GUARD: Give me a count!
01:51:03.865 – 01:51:05.908
Tier 3 South? Clear.
01:51:05.992 – 01:51:07.326
Tier 4 North? Clear.
01:51:07.41 – 01:51:10.996
- Tier 3 North? Clear. - Man missing on Tier 2.
01:51:11.081 – 01:51:14.166
- Cell 245. - Dufresne!
01:51:14.25 – 01:51:17.169
Get your ass out here, boy. You're holding up the show.
01:51:19.673 – 01:51:23.717
Don't make me come down there. I'll thump your skull for you.
01:51:31.309 – 01:51:34.687
Damn it, Dufresne, you're putting me behind! I got a schedule to keep!
01:51:34.771 – 01:51:37.856
You'd better be sick or dead in there, I shit you not!
01:51:37.941 – 01:51:39.775
You hear me?!
01:51:46.282 – 01:51:48.367
Oh, my holy God.
01:52:00.463 – 01:52:02.548
(Siren wails)
01:52:05.218 – 01:52:07.928
I want every man on this cell block questioned.
01:52:07.929 – 01:52:10.139
- Start with that friend of his. - Who?
01:52:10.223 – 01:52:11.432
Him!
01:52:13.351 – 01:52:15.436
Open 237.
01:52:18.44 – 01:52:20.566
What do you mean, he just wasn't here?
01:52:20.65 – 01:52:22.192
Don't say that to me, Haig.
01:52:22.277 – 01:52:24.528
Don't say that to me again.
01:52:24.612 – 01:52:25.696
But, sir, he wasn't.
01:52:25.78 – 01:52:27.948
I can see that, Haig!
01:52:28.032 – 01:52:29.825
You think I'm blind?!
01:52:29.826 – 01:52:32.953
Is that what you're saying? Am I blind, Haig?
01:52:33.037 – 01:52:34.037
No, sir!
01:52:34.122 – 01:52:36.165
What about you?
01:52:36.249 – 01:52:38.083
Are you blind?
01:52:38.168 – 01:52:40.711
- Tell me what this is. - Last night's count?
01:52:40.795 – 01:52:44.089
You see Dufresne's name there? I sure do. See, right there.
01:52:44.174 – 01:52:46.049
Dufresne!
01:52:47.302 – 01:52:48.969
He was in his cell at lights out!
01:52:49.053 – 01:52:52.264
It stands to reason he'd still be here in the morning.
01:52:53.349 – 01:52:55.225
I want him found.
01:52:55.31 – 01:52:57.895
Not tomorrow, not after breakfast!
01:52:57.979 – 01:52:59.021
Now!
01:52:59.022 – 01:53:00.522
Yes, sir!
01:53:01.649 – 01:53:04.234
Let's go, let's go! Move your butts! Move it!
01:53:07.071 – 01:53:08.113
Stand.
01:53:09.24 – 01:53:10.491
Well?
01:53:13.87 – 01:53:14.995
Well what?
01:53:15.079 – 01:53:18.54
I see you two all the time. You're thick as thieves, you are.
01:53:19.584 – 01:53:21.21
He must have said something.
01:53:21.294 – 01:53:23.337
No, sir, Warden...
01:53:23.421 – 01:53:24.88
Not a word.
01:53:26.883 – 01:53:28.884
Lord, it's a miracle!
01:53:29.928 – 01:53:32.387
A man up and vanished like a fart in the wind.
01:53:32.472 – 01:53:34.223
Nothing left but...
01:53:34.307 – 01:53:37.226
some damn rocks on a windowsill?
01:53:37.31 – 01:53:39.061
And that cupcake on the wall.
01:53:39.145 – 01:53:40.771
Let's ask her.
01:53:40.855 – 01:53:44.817
Maybe she knows. What say there, Fuzzy Britches? Feel like talking?
01:53:45.902 – 01:53:46.985
Ah...
01:53:46.986 – 01:53:48.445
I guess not.
01:53:48.53 – 01:53:51.406
Why should she be any different?
01:53:51.491 – 01:53:53.951
This is a conspiracy.
01:53:54.035 – 01:53:56.245
That's what this is.
01:53:56.329 – 01:53:57.871
One big...
01:53:57.956 – 01:54:00.707
damn conspiracy!
01:54:00.792 – 01:54:03.46
And everyone's in on it!
01:54:03.545 – 01:54:04.837
including her!
01:54:06.172 – 01:54:07.84
(Clattering)
01:54:31.614 – 01:54:33.323
(Sirens blare)
01:54:39.497 – 01:54:41.373
RED: In 1966,
01:54:41.457 – 01:54:44.126
Andy Dufresne escaped
01:54:44.21 – 01:54:46.295
from Shawshank Prison.
01:54:47.964 – 01:54:50.716
All they found of him was a muddy set of prison clothes,
01:54:50.8 – 01:54:52.843
a bar of soap
01:54:52.927 – 01:54:57.306
and an old rock hammer damn near worn down to the nub.
01:55:01.686 – 01:55:06.523
I remember thinking it would take a man 600 years to tunnel through the wall with it.
01:55:06.608 – 01:55:09.318
Old Andy did it in less than 20.
01:55:27.879 – 01:55:29.963
Oh, Andy loved geology.
01:55:31.007 – 01:55:34.509
I imagine it appealed to his meticulous nature.
01:55:34.594 – 01:55:36.887
An Ice Age here,
01:55:36.971 – 01:55:39.556
a million years of mountain-building there.
01:55:40.6 – 01:55:43.018
Geology is the study of pressure and time.
01:55:44.228 – 01:55:46.271
That's all it takes, really.
01:55:46.356 – 01:55:48.398
Pressure...
01:55:48.483 – 01:55:50.359
and time.
01:55:50.443 – 01:55:53.779
That and a big goddamn poster.
01:55:54.864 – 01:55:56.907
(Coughing)
01:55:56.991 – 01:55:58.367
Like I said,
01:55:58.368 – 01:56:02.162
in prison, a man will do most anything to keep his mind occupied.
01:56:04.958 – 01:56:10.128
It turns out Andy's favorite hobby was toting his wall out into the exercise yard.
01:56:10.213 – 01:56:12.297
A handful at a time.
01:56:14.133 – 01:56:16.301
I guess after Tommy was killed,
01:56:16.386 – 01:56:19.221
Andy decided he'd been here just about long enough.
01:56:19.305 – 01:56:21.515
Lickety-split. I want to get home.
01:56:22.809 – 01:56:24.893
I'm just about finished, sir.
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Three deposits tonight.
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Andy did like he was told.
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Buffed those shoes to a high mirror shine.
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The guard simply didn't notice.
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Neither did I.
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I mean, seriously, how often do you really look at a man's shoes?
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(Thunderclap)
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Andy crawled to freedom through 500 yards of shit-smelling foulness I can't even imagine.
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(Gags)
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Or maybe I just don't want to.
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(Coughs and spits)
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500 yards.
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That's the length of five football fields.
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Just shy of half a mile.
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(Laughs)
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The next morning, right about the time Raquel was spilling her little secret,
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a man nobody ever laid eyes on before
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strode into the Maine National Bank.
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Until that moment,
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he didn't exist,
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except on paper.
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May I help you?
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RED: He had all the proper ID,
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driver's licence, birth certificate, social security card.
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And the signature was a spot-on match.
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I must say, I'm sorry to be losing your business.
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I hope you'll enjoy living abroad.
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Thank you.
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I'm sure I will.
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Here's your cashier's cheque, sir.
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Will there be anything else?
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Please...
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would you add this to your outgoing mail?
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I'd be happy to.
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- Good day, sir. - Good day.
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RED: Mr. Stevens visited nearly a dozen banks in the Portland area that morning.
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All told, he blew town with better than $370,000 of Warden Norton's money.
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Severance pay for 19 years.
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(Phone rings)
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Good morning, Portland Daily Bugle.
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(Sirens wail)
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(Sirens approaching)
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Byron Hadley? You have the right to remain silent.
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If you give up the right to remain silent, anything you say can and will be held against you in a court of law.
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RED: I wasn't there to see it.
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But I hear Byron Hadley started sobbing like a little girl when they took him away.
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Norton had no intention of going that quietly.
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Samuel Norton.
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- We have a warrant for your arrest. Open up. (Banging on door)
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Norton!
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Open the door.
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I'm not sure which key it is?
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Norton!
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Make it easy on yourself, Norton!
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RED: I like to think the last thing that went through his head,
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other than that bullet,
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was to wonder how the hell Andy Dufresne ever got the best of him.
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Carter, James.
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RED: Not long after the Warden deprived us of his company,
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I got a postcard in the mail.
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It was blank but the postmark said...
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Fort Hancock, Texas.
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Fort Hancock.
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Right on the border.
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That's where Andy crossed.
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When I picture him heading south in his own car with the top down,
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it always makes me laugh.
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Andy Dufresne,
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who crawled through a river of shit
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and came out clean on the other side.
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Andy Dufresne,
02:04:48.23 – 02:04:50.148
headed for the Pacific.
02:04:52.735 – 02:04:54.777
Hadley's got him by the toes, right?
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And he says, "I believe this boy's about to have himself an accident."
02:04:59.158 – 02:05:02.327
RED: Those of us who knew him best talk about him often.
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I swear, the stuff he pulled...
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"These friends of mine could use a couple of beers!"
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- And he got it. - And he got it!
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RED: Sometimes it makes me sad, though,
02:05:13.047 – 02:05:15.089
Andy being gone.
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I have to remind myself that some birds aren't meant to be caged.
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Their feathers are just too bright.
02:05:23.891 – 02:05:25.934
And when they fly away,
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the part of you that knows it was a sin to lock them up does rejoice.
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But still...
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the place you live in is that much more drab and empty that they're gone.
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I guess I just miss my friend.
02:06:08.185 – 02:06:10.061
Please sit down.
02:06:15.651 – 02:06:17.777
Ellis Boyd Redding.
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Your files say you've served 40 years of a life sentence.
02:06:21.323 – 02:06:23.7
Do you feel you've been rehabilitated?
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Rehabilitated?
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Well, now, let me see?
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You know, I don't have any idea what that means.
02:06:36.714 – 02:06:39.257
Well, it means you're ready to rejoin society.
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I know what you think it means, sonny.
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To me, it's just a made-up word.
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A politician's word so that...
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young fellas like yourself can wear a suit and a tie and have a job.
02:06:57.651 – 02:06:59.736
What do you really want to know?
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Am I sorry for what I did?
02:07:02.906 – 02:07:04.616
Well, are you?
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There's not a day goes by I don't feel regret.
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Not because I'm in here or because you think I should.
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I look back on the way I was then.
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A young,
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stupid kid who committed that terrible crime.
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I wanna talk to him.
02:07:34.521 – 02:07:36.689
I wanna try and talk some sense to him,
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tell him the way things are.
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But I can't.
02:07:45.282 – 02:07:47.367
That kid's long gone.
02:07:48.661 – 02:07:50.745
This old man is all that's left.
02:07:52.873 – 02:07:54.374
I gotta live with that.
02:07:55.709 – 02:07:57.502
Rehabilitated?
02:07:57.586 – 02:07:59.587
It's just a bullshit word.
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So you go on and stamp your form, sonny, and stop wasting my time.
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Because to tell you the truth,
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I don't give a shit.
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(Gate closes)
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(Siren passes outside)
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Here you go, miss.
02:09:41.607 – 02:09:43.065
Rest room break, boss?
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You don't need to ask me every time you need to go take a piss. Just go? Understand?
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Yes, sir.
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RED: 40 years I've been asking permission to piss.
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I can't squeeze a drop without say-so.
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There's a harsh truth to face.
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No way I'm gonna make it on the outside.
02:10:31.323 – 02:10:34.784
All I do any more is think of ways to break my parole...
02:10:35.828 – 02:10:37.912
..so maybe they'd send me back.
02:10:43.418 – 02:10:45.503
A terrible thing to live in fear.
02:10:46.88 – 02:10:50.258
Brooks Hatlen knew it, knew it all too well.
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All I want is to be back where things make sense,
02:10:56.265 – 02:10:58.766
where I won't have to be afraid all the time.
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Only one thing stops me.
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A promise I made to Andy.
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Here it is.
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Much obliged, sir.
02:15:04.805 – 02:15:06.889
(Bird calls)
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ANDY: Dear Red,
02:15:21.738 – 02:15:24.198
if you're reading this, you've gotten out.
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And if you've come this far, maybe you're wiling to come a little further.
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You remember the name of the town, don't you?
02:15:33.5 – 02:15:35.584
Zihuatanejo.
02:15:36.628 – 02:15:37.837
I could use a good man
02:15:37.921 – 02:15:39.964
to help me get my project on wheels.
02:15:40.048 – 02:15:42.174
I'll keep an eye out for you
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and the chessboard ready.
02:15:45.345 – 02:15:46.72
Remember, Red,
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hope is a good thing.
02:15:48.932 – 02:15:50.975
Maybe the best of things.
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And no good thing ever dies.
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I will be hoping that this letter finds you
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and finds you well.
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Your friend, Andy.
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RED: Get busy living or get busy dying.
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That's goddamn right.
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For the second time in my life,
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I'm guilty of committing a crime.
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Parole violation.
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Of course, I doubt they'll toss up any roadblocks for that.
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Not for an old crook like me.
02:17:05.05 – 02:17:07.134
Fort Hancock, Texas, please.
02:17:10.847 – 02:17:14.975
I find I'm so excited I can barely sit still or hold a thought in my head.
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I think it's the excitement only a free man can feel.
02:17:19.105 – 02:17:21.815
A free man at the start of a long journey
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whose conclusion is uncertain.
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I hope I can make it across the border.
02:17:31.743 – 02:17:34.536
I hope to see my friend and shake his hand.
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I hope the Pacific is as blue as it has been in my dreams.
02:17:42.879 – 02:17:44.755
I hope.
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A great movie. Watch it at least once for every few months. A great buddy film since "Stand by Me".
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Sync, corrected & added missing phrases/words by petala