|The Sixth Sense《灵异第六感》片段|
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Malcolm Crowe is a child psychologist who receives an award on the same night that he is visited by a very unhappy ex-patient. After this encounter, Crowe takes on the task of curing a young boy with the same ills as the ex-patient. This boy "sees dead people". Crowe spends a lot of time with the boy (Cole) much to the dismay of his wife. Cole's mom is at her wit's end with what to do about her son's increasing problems. Crowe is the boy's only hope.
Mom: Cole. Cole! Hey, your Cocoa Puffs are gettin' soggy(浸透的，泡软的). Let me see you. Oh, honey, you got a spot. Head up. Okay, here we go. Something you were looking for, baby?
Cole: Pop Tarts?
Mom: They're right here.
Cole: Oh. Well, what are you thinking, Mama?
Mom: Lots of things.
Cole: Anything bad about me?
Mom: Hey, look at my face. I was not thinking something bad about you. Got it?
Cole: Got it.
Mom: Here, head up.
Cole: That, that's Tommy, Mom.
Mom: That's okay. You tuck it in. Cole, you want this?
Tommy: Hey, freak(怪物), how'd you like that "arem around the shoulder" bit? I just made that up. I went with it. It's what great actors do. It's called "improv."
Mom: Hey, baby. How was your day? Hmm? You know, you can tell me things if you need to. Well, you know what I did today? I, uh, I won the Pennsylvania Lottery in the morning, I quit my jobs, and I ate a big picnic in the park with lots of chocolate mousse pie. And then I swam in the fountain all afternoon. What'd you do?
Cole: I was picked first for kick ball teams at recess. I hit a grand slam to win the game. Everybody lifted me up on their shoulders and carried me around, cheering.
Mom: Well, in that case, I am gonna make you some triangle pancakes. You got an hour.
Malcolm: Hi. Wanna sit? Don't feel like talking today? Wanna play a game? It's a mind-reading game. Here's how it works. I read your mind. If what I say is right, you take one step towards the chair. If what I say is wrong, you take one step back...towards the doorway. If you reach the chair, you sit down. If you reach the door, you can go. Wanna play? Okay. When your mother and father were first divorced, your mom went to see a doctor like me, and he didn't help her. So you think I'm not going to be able to help you. You're worried that she said she told him things--things she couldn't tell anyone else. Secrets. You have a secret, but you don't want to tell me. Your dad gave you that watch as a present just before he went away.
Cole: He forgot it in a drawer. Doesn't work.
Malcolm: You keep pretty quiet in school, but...you're a good student, you've never really been in any serious trouble.
Cole: We were supposed to draw a picture. Anything we wanted. I drew a man. He got hurt in the neck by another man with a screwdriver.
Malcolm: You saw that on TV, Cole?
Cole: Everyone got upset. They had a meeting. Mom started crying. I don't draw like that anymore.
Malcolm: How do you draw now?
Cole: I draw...people smiling, dogs running, rainbows. They don't have meetings about rainbows.
Malcolm: No, I guess they don't.
Cole: What am I thinking now?
Malcolm: I don't know what you're thinking now.
Cole: I was thinking...you're nice, but you can't help me.
1. go with something 跟着做某事，伴随。
2. improv. 是improvisation 的缩写， 即席创作，即兴表演