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  • 00:00:16: MOSFILM SCARLET SAILS
  • 00:00:31: Based on the novel by A. GRIN Written byA. YUROVSKY, A. NAGORNY Directed by Alexander PTUSHKO Photography byG. TSEKAVY, V. YAKUSHEV Production DesignerL. SHENGELIYA Music by lgor MOROZOV Sound by M. BLYAKHINA
  • 00:01:19: Cast: Assol - A. VERTINSKAYAArthur Grey - V. LANOVOY As children: Assol - Lena CHEREMSHANOVAArthur - Sasha LUPENKO
  • 00:01:32: Longren - I. PEREVERZEVPhilip - S. MARTINSON Egl - N. VOLKOV Captain Hopp - S. ROMODANOV Letika - O. ANOFRIEVPoldychoke - P. VOLKOV Manners Sr. - A. KHVYLYAManners Jr. - G. SHPIGEL Neighbour - A. OROCHKOMary - A. KONCHAKOVA Grey's father - P. MASSALSKYGoverness - Z. FYODOROVA Betsy - N. ORLOVA Zimmer - E. GELLERPanten - A. ALEXEYEV Atwood - I. MOCHALOV
  • 00:03:58: - Longren!- Longren is back
  • 00:04:03: Came back at last. Manners, look, Longren is back.
  • 00:04:31: So, he's back!
  • 00:05:14: I've been taking care of her the pastthree months. Look at your daughter, Longren. Mary named her Assol.
  • 00:05:44: What did Mary die from? It was hard for her without you. You were gone too long. Half of the money you leftwas spent on doctors and drugs. Her childbirth labour was sheeragony.
  • 00:06:01: The rest was spent on ourpretty baby, Assol. Assol... Mary was a wonderful mother.
  • 00:06:34: Poverty forced her to goto Manners, the innkeeper.
  • 00:07:04: Manners! Could you lend me some moneyuntil Longren returns? I'll leave my ring as security. I'll give you money, Mary.Come with me. Well, come on! I'll give you lots of money,just be nice to me.
  • 00:07:32: Let me go! That evening, I ran into heron the road to Lisse. Where're you going, Mary? We've not a crumb to eatin the house. I'll go to townand pawn my ring.
  • 00:08:01: And we'll somehow get alongtill Longren comes back. Don't go. It's going to rain,you'll be soaked through. Come with me,I've got some bread. Thank you very much, neighbour. No, you've helped me too muchas it is. I'd better pawn my ring. It was the rain and the cold thatkilled her.
  • 00:08:30: It was pneumonia,the doctor said. The poor woman died a week later. Thank you, neighbour. Now I'll take care of the girlmyself.
  • 00:09:45: Shall I tell you,Let me tell you How to trim a sailIn the middle of a gale. Shall I take the helm?Will you take the helm?
  • 00:10:02: I'll hoist the wave wet sheet,I'll hoist the wave wet sheet. I'll hoist the wave wet sheet. - You going already?- Yes, I have to go to Lisse. The shopkeeper is waiting. - Come back soon, father.- All right, daughter.
  • 00:10:39: - But that's nothing!- I can't give any more. I worked a whole weekmaking this boat. Look how strong it is! This boat can holdfifteen men. That's enough, Longren. Go!
  • 00:11:55: Oh, you good-for-nothing! You leftthe boat at the dock again. You want the sea to break itinto a million pieces?
  • 00:12:02: Call the fishermen!You damned loafer!
  • 00:12:36: Longren! What are you waiting for?I'm being carried away to sea! Throw me the rope!Help me! Longren! Forget the past. I'll pay you!All the money you need! Mary also asked you to help her. I haven't forgotten that, Manners.
  • 00:13:46: Father... you're back so soon! - Why aren't you asleep?- I was waiting for you. Go to sleep.
  • 00:14:07: What are you doing, father? I've made a very bad toy, Assol. Go to sleep now. Father...
  • 00:14:42: Arthur! The governess!Betsy, hide me, please. Betsy, have you seenthe young count? No, Mademoiselle. - Betsy!- No, Mademoiselle.
  • 00:15:04: Strange. Very strange. Arthur!
  • 00:15:42: Poldychoke, dear!What have you there? From now on, this is your own brig,noble young Robin Hood. Keep quiet. No petticoated pirate will ever findwhere our ship is anchored. Poldychoke, you're so good!
  • 00:16:00: Captain, first mate Poldychoke awaitsyour command to weigh anchor. - Put her to sea!- Aye, aye, sir! Poldychoke,what shall we call my brig? Well, how about "Maria Stella"? "Maria Stella"... "Maria Stella"...Have you ever sailed on it? - I have.- Tell me about it. It was a long time ago.
  • 00:16:31: I was still a young sailor whenI went on my first voyage from Singapore to Vancouver. To Vancouver? Yes. We had aboard a cargo of indigo. It was a difficult trip.
  • 00:17:01: All the storms seemed to have plottedto sink the "Maria Stella". Of the whole crew,only a few had survived.
  • 00:17:30: But the minutewe were back on board, we were attacked by pirates. At them, lads! Caramba!
  • 00:18:00: First mate!I'll fight this pirate! Bill, stay where you're! I'll deal with the captain! Pirate! Drop your gun! I've found you at last, Arthur.Very well. Instead of preparing your lessonof irregular verbs, you got up in the attic, like a thief,
  • 00:18:30: and are doing here God knows what. We haven't been doing anything wrong. And what's this ridiculous mask?And a hat with a chicken's feather? Look at yourself.You look like a robber! I'm not a robber. I'm Robin Hood,the Chief of the Brigands. My good heavens!That's all I need. And all this is going onin the castle of Lionel Grey! Come now, Governess...Don't exaggerate.
  • 00:19:03: There'll be a special talkwith you, Poldychoke. You seem to forget that yourplace is in the wine cellar. Arthur, you're expectedin the art gallery. Everyone is therewaiting only for you. Strange.Come on, Arthur, hurry.
  • 00:19:31: Your father is sureto punish us, Captain. Don't lose heart, first mate! Robin Hood will not abandonhis friend. Robin Hood! Dear me, that foolish Poldychokeagain! - He built a whole ship up there.- In the dirty attic? That must be stopped.
  • 00:20:01: Lionel, you must do whatever isnecessary. Poldychoke! I forbid you to talk nonsenseto my son. Yes, Your Grace. Jim, lock the attic. That's no place for the heir tothis castle to play in. Yes, Your Grace. Arthur, your behaviour isinadmissible. You've forgotten about the familyhonour.
  • 00:20:32: Your noble birth obliges youto live your life in such a way, so that your portrait could be hungtoo on this wall, next to the portraits of yourforebears. I give you my word, Father, that my portrait will neverhang on this wall. What?! No, Father, it never will! Catch the boy!
  • 00:21:03: Betsy! Have you gone deaf?
  • 00:21:32: Hey, everyone! Assol is coming! - What a sweet dog!- Don't touch it! Get out of here! Your father drowned Manners!He did! He drowned him!
  • 00:22:34: Daddy, why don't they like us? It's because I...I loved Mary more than life. You mean my mother?
  • 00:23:12: Those crazy pirate stories again? Mademoiselle, you should keep watchon what Arthur reads. It's time to tell him aboutthe history of our family. I'm sure the knowledgeof our family tree
  • 00:23:31: will be more beneficialto my heir than this silly passion of his. I think so too,Mister Lionel, but Arthur dreams onlyof the sea. And that Poldychoke... By the way, Arthur, yesterday you again visitedPoldychoke's wine cellar. You disobeyed my order. For that, you're to receive nodessert for three days. Father, I give you my word that Iwill refuse dessert for a whole year.
  • 00:24:05: There! Did you hear that? I'll find a way to bridle him. You're too tolerantwith Arthur... No, Jim, I can'tmarry you.
  • 00:24:32: - But why not?- It's impossible. I have no dowry and you haveno money for the wedding. We'll leave the castle and livewith my parents in the village. - No, Jim, it's impossible.- But, Betsy... I'm asking you to forget me. Betsy, have you seen Arthur? No, Mademoiselle. - What are you doing here?- Feeding the fish. - The two of you?- Yes, Mademoiselle.
  • 00:25:01: Strange! You must find Arthur immediately. - Yes, Mademoiselle.- Betsy!
  • 00:26:12: Betsy, this is your dowry. Robin Hood,the Chief of the Brigands.
  • 00:26:57: What a beautiful littleyacht you are!
  • 00:27:02: If I put you in the water to sail,promise you won't sink? No, of course not!I've got such a good captain! All right, then. We'll try you out.
  • 00:28:04: Oh, what a boat! My lovely little boat, sail the waves... Give it back to me, you've playedwith it enough. How did you get it? I swear by Andersen and the Grimms,this is something special. Listen here, you little weed,is this boat yours? I ran after it all the way down thestream till I thought I would die.
  • 00:28:32: Yes, it's awful. Come, sit over here, child.There. Here's your precious boat. - What's your name, child?- Assol. Assol! It's good that you got suchan unusual and musical name. Like the whistle of an arrow,or the roar of a seashell. - And what is your name, sir?- My name is Egl. What are you doing here?
  • 00:29:00: I was remembering the subjects ofFinnish and Japanese tales when suddenly the stream brought thisyacht. And right after it you appeared. Just as you are. - What do you have in your basket?- Toy boats. - That one's a steamer.- What a big boat! And three houses where soldiers live. Oh, the soldiers! Very good! You were sent to sell them.On the way you began to play. You put your boat in the water,and it sailed away.
  • 00:29:30: - Were you watching or did you guess?- I knew. Because I'm the chief of allthe sorcerers. Don't be afraid of me, Assol. In fact, I want to speak to youfrankly. This girl's face expresses theexpectation of a beautiful destiny. Why had I not been born a poet? What a glorious theme! Listen to me carefully.
  • 00:30:02: I don't know how many yearswill go by, but in Capernaa legend will come to flower... That will be remembered a long time. You will be grown, Assol.Yes, you will be grown. And one day, far out to sea, the sun will shine upon a white shipwith scarlet sails. The white shipwill slice through the waves
  • 00:30:33: and move right toward you. The miracle shipwill sail silently, without shouts or shots, amidstthe sounds of beautiful music. The ship will approachmajestically, and a fast skiff, gilded and decoratedwith flowers will come from it. And you will seea brave and handsome young prince. "Hello, Assol," he will say.
  • 00:31:02: "In a faraway land,I saw you in my dreams. And I've come to take youaway forever from Caperna. We will live together, you and I,in such friendship and joy that you will neverknow sadness." And he'll help you into the skiff, and you will leave foreverfor a splendid country where the stars will descend fromthe heavens to greet you. - When will that be?- Not so soon, child.
  • 00:31:32: You must grow up first. Be patient...It will happen, I promise you. And what will you do then? I would love him...that is, if he doesn't fight. No, he won't fight. Run along, and peace beon your tender head!
  • 00:32:02: Go on. And believe me, it will happen! Tell me, will the sorcerer's shipreally come for me?
  • 00:32:34: Since it's been promised you,it will come. You'll have your scarlet sails.Sleep now, you're so tired. A passerby had his jokewith my little daughter. Well, it is a kind joke. The future will show you manya sail, not scarlet, but dirty and evil.
  • 00:33:01: I will not take this toy from you.You'll grow up and forget about it. And the stars will descendto congratulate me? There will be stars, and a magicship. Go to sleep. Give a poor mansomething to smoke. I'd be glad to, but my tobacco isin the other pocket. I don't want to wake upmy daughter to get it. Big to-do! So she'll wake upand then go back to sleep again.
  • 00:33:30: And a passerby will have a smoke. Come back later on. Ah, some princess she is! You've sure got those foreign shipsstuck in her head! Some father! Listen, you! Get out!
  • 00:34:00: So he refused me tobacco. ''When you come of age,''he tells her, ''then there'll come a specialred ship for you, because it's your lotto marry a prince." So just believe in that sorcerer,he says. What? What's he talking about? Longren and his daughter have gonecrazy. That's what the man tells us. I always told you we should chaseLongren out of Caperna. He's just inciting the people here.The man's dangerous.
  • 00:34:31: Right! That's what I'm saying.A sorcerer visited them. Shut up! What foolish talk is that? What's wrong if they like to holda dream? You're right, woman. Yes, ladies,don't miss your prince charming under those red sails! After my mother passed away,father became impossible. He spends all his timearguing with the peasants.
  • 00:35:02: And he's doing all this to maintain the family honour,he says. I have decided to leavethe castle forever.
  • 00:36:13: What have you done? You idiot! You've ruined the finest paintingof my collection! Excuse me, Your Grace, I just... Silence!Leave the castle at once! I'll go, though it's not my faultthat the rope snapped.
  • 00:36:32: What? You contradict me?There! That will teach you! - Sir, it wasn't my fault!- Not your fault? Father!You can't beat a woman! Remember the family honour! What? You dare raise your handagainst your father? Betsy was rocking my cradle,I won't permit... Silence! I will notstand for this!
  • 00:37:00: Get out! - May we speak quietly?- Silence, I said! You are not worthyof the high title of count. I can live without that title. One more word,and I'll disinherit you. And I'll have you out of the castle. I will spare you that. I've decidedto leave the castle anyway. Today I'm leaving you forever. You don't have a son anymore!
  • 00:37:59: Stop teasing Elga!
  • 00:38:03: Come here, sailor! Aye, Captain! I didn't take you aboard so you couldpolish those delicate nails of yours. Is that clear, my little chick? If your tender wings have gota little tar on them,
  • 00:38:30: you can wash it off at home with yourmamma's Rosa-Mimosa cologne. Captain Hopp, you've been at sea allyour life, and I only a year. But I swore that I'd becomea seaman and I will! So, forget about Rosa-Mimosa. Oh, indeed! Young whippersnapper!Get up to the topsail! - Start trimming the sails.- Aye, aye, Captain!
  • 00:40:20: I'm sure he'd makea good captain. - One rhumb to port!- Aye, sir, one rhumb to port!
  • 00:40:31: Very good, Grey.Listen carefully. Stop smoking. We're going to turn this puppyinto a captain. Other hand! Eight degrees and seven minutes. Thirty seven degrees.Correction: two minutes. Course?
  • 00:41:05: South south west, Captain. - Hold her on course!- Aye, sir, on course!
  • 00:41:33: The captain's fever forced himto remain in Dubelt. He entrusted me with gettingthe ship to the destination. On our return, however, I hope to see the old tyranton his feet again.
  • 00:42:14: Welcome aboard, Captain.Everything in order, sir. The vessel is docked.We start unloading. Glad to see you, Grey. Good work. I'm glad to see you well again,Captain. It seems my illnesshelped you.
  • 00:42:32: You passed the test with flyingcolours. I'll be grounded on a sand barif anyone could bring that ship in quicker than yousailing against the wind. You give me too much credit. No. I know what I'm saying. You have certainly earneda captain's rank. What's the useif I don't have a ship of my own. There's no ship, son?There is a ship for you!
  • 00:43:02: I didn't waste timewhile I was sick at old Duke's. See that galiot?She is called "The Secret". Consider yourselfcaptain of that ship. Captain!I don't know how to thank you. You made methe happiest man in the world. You have been a real friend.I'll never forget that. Enough! Stop that talk.Go and check your ship. Go before Duke changes his mindand finds an older captain.
  • 00:43:38: Aye, aye, Captain. A real captain in a storm. And I thought he was a sissy.I'm an old tub. Stop your frown, the ocean,don't scare. We've ploughing the seas a long time.
  • 00:44:03: We will find a way to a good weather, To a warm clime, a warm clime. Southern Cross shines for us far away. And the compass will wake with firstwind. Let the storms and the heat on the way Spare us and rescind...
  • 00:45:45: Assol! Assol! Philip! Get on, I'll give you a lift. I'm so happy I ran into you! Hello, Philip.Thank you.
  • 00:46:02: Oh, it's nothing.How are you, little fly? Do you make much selling your toys? Business is not good. Father and I work hard,but the merchant doesn't pay much. Who wants to buy toy boats?People can do without toys. I know they can, but life isnicer and more cheerful with them. More cheerful?But it must be boring making them. No, my work is not boring.
  • 00:46:30: But I dream of makingsomething special. Like a boat that would be floatingon the wooden stand. And the men rowingjust like live sailors. Your work is making toys,and your thoughts are the same. Look around you -everyone working like in battle. - No time for dreaming.- No, you're wrong.
  • 00:47:00: Everyone has a dream,it's impossible without that. A fisherman dreams too. He thinks he'll catch a bigger fishthan anyone else has ever caught. - That's his dream.- Well, all fishermen are like that. No, Philip, everyone dreams. They dream because... Because they're humans. You little fly.And what about me?
  • 00:47:33: When you fill upyour basket with coal, you think it is just about to burstinto flower. Into flower! What is this? All of a sudden, the twigs seemedto burst into full leaf.
  • 00:48:00: Well, here we are. Thank you for the ride. Goodbye. Goodbye, little fly. Thank you too, Yustochka dear. Wonders! Coals into flower!
  • 00:48:32: Look, Assol!I see scarlet sails! Sandro! Come, greet your guests. Welcome, Captain Grey!And my good friend Atwood!
  • 00:49:01: How are you, Sandro? Hello, Zimmer. Welcome to Zurbagan! We were almost fired uponwhen we entered your tavern. Zurbagan seems to have been undersiege for two days already. What's it all about? Two days ago, at the court house two brave men,a student and a doctor, hijacked a carriage withterrorists from the convoy.
  • 00:49:30: The men who had tried to assassinateour governor. By all the winds of Hades,those men are heroes. The governor promises a rewardof two thousand gold pieces for information leading to theirarrest. I see your governor is a verygenerous man. I don't think his treasurywill suffer. You're right. I doubt they will find anyone readyto stoop so low for that money. That's why the police are searchingevery house.
  • 00:50:08: - Why, it's you?- Help us, Sandro. Zimmer, play!
  • 00:50:33: Stop the music! Bar owner, two men just came inhere. Where are they? Many came here in pairs. I don'tknow which ones you mean. Sandro, rum and supper for two! Those two also came in a minute ago.Would you like a drink? Don't try to play the fool. Where are those bandits?You're risking your neck hiding them. There're no bandits here, Corporal.
  • 00:51:00: You old crab, keep your claws off! You insulted me.I demand an apology! I will not permit anyone to insult me. You want me to apologize,old crab face? You medusa! Apologize to the captain,Corporal! Now! Is it a conspiracy?! I see.Police, arrest him.
  • 00:51:36: Atwood, return to "The Secret",quick, and raise anchor. Wait for me in Lamfier Bay. You may count on me, Captain. Sandro! Halt! Police!
  • 00:52:02: Corporal! Corporal, what happened? Blockade the port!Arrest everybody! The meeting with the two rebels
  • 00:52:31: brought me to the port of Lisseby sheer accident. - Captain, all is ready.- Very good. Well, friends, now you're home.
  • 00:53:01: I wish you successin your noble cause. We're very grateful, Captain. Best of luck to you!
  • 00:53:34: - What are your orders, Captain?- The crew may go ashore. - Atwood, shore leave for all hands!- Aye, sir, shore leave for all hands. Why aren't you leaving, Panten?You're from Lisse, aren't you? I'm on duty from midnight. What are those lights, Panten? That's the fishing village of Caperna.
  • 00:54:04: Is something worrying you, Captain?You seem to be disturbed. I don't know, Panten. I feel sad.Or more exactly, alarmed. As if I'm expecting somethingto happen, but I... don't know what, Panten. Would you like some good tobacco,Captain? Thank you, I have my own.
  • 00:54:30: - See you tomorrow, Captain.- Good night. Letika! Aye, aye, Captain? Go and fetch the fishing rods.We're going fishing. Aye, aye, Captain.
  • 00:55:26: Drink to the health of all teetotalers.You've brought ginger wine.
  • 00:55:32: Sorry, I know you prefer tonic,but it was dark and I was in a hurry. Is it true, Captain,that you're high born? That's not an interesting subject,Letika. - Take the rod and fish.- What about you? Me? Maybe... after a while.
  • 00:56:03: After a while. With a piece of string and pole of woodI've made myself a whip. And now I tie a hook on itAnd, whistling, make it flip. This small worm, dug in the earth,He was alive and glad. And now he's squirming on my hook,
  • 00:56:31: And by a fish will soon be had.
  • 00:57:15: Why aren't you sleeping? Sleep, Father, I'll go to bed soon.
  • 00:58:11: Good morning,my formidable giants! You're doing a good jobguarding the road to my forest. Thank you, my brothers!
  • 00:58:32: Oh, here you are... And here's another you... There're so many of you, my brothers. I remember all of you and I love you. Good morning, sun!
  • 01:01:25: Yes...
  • 01:01:30: Ah, it's you, Letika? Look at her.Lovely, isn't she? A divine painting. In consideration of the circumstancesthere's something disposing in it. I caught three small fish andsomething else thick as a bladder. Quiet, Letika.Let's get away from here.
  • 01:02:34: Why do you look at me like that? Am waiting for your instructions,Captain. We shall head for Caperna.
  • 01:03:01: What's this? Whose joke is this? The prince! Can you tell, Letika,with your experienced eye, where the local tavern is? It ought to be that high rooftopover there.
  • 01:03:33: - But maybe it isn't.- What's so special about it? I don't know, Captain, it's nothingmore than the voice of my heart. Do you hear me, my brothers?I'm so happy!
  • 01:04:07: Goodbye to you too, grandpa, the most severe of all. Forgive me, I must go. I must hurry. A brave prince from far awayis waiting for me. I'd like to know the name of the girl
  • 01:04:30: with a black apronand red stockings. I would say she's about 17. I met her in the forest. That must be "Sailing Ship Assol",daughter of the toy maker Longren. She's not right upstairs.She's a half-wit. Really? And her father is a real scoundrel. My father, heaven rest his soul,was nearly drowned because of him. Luckily, he was pulled inby the fishermen. Little basket, little basket!
  • 01:05:01: Cheat us all with every basket. Butjust you fear to land right here,In our Palestine! Loaded up again, you damned oldwhaleboatie. Get out of here! Not a man, just garbage. You say she's crazy?Is that really so? She says she met a magicianas a child. And can you imagine? He hadpredicted that when she grows up,
  • 01:05:31: a prince will come for heron scarlet sails, I mean, red sails,and take her away with him. Of course, people laugh at her. That's why she wanders around alone,waiting for her sails. Like I said, she's not right upstairs. I mean, out of her mind. You're a liar! You lie so outrageously andhypocritically that you made me sober.
  • 01:06:03: You can be certain, Assol is ashealthy in the head as you and I. I've talked with her 184 times, or maybe a little less. Of course, she wouldn't say twowords to you, Manners. But I, dear sir, a freemanand a coal seller, despise loose talk and gossip. Get out of here! She talks like a grown-up person,but her way of talking is a bit queer.
  • 01:06:35: You listen, and it's exactlywhat you and I might have said, but still not quite the same. "I dream," she says."And you dream too, Philip." She says this to me. "You're a humanbeing, so you must dream." Dream of what?"People must dream of good things." Yes, only of good things.
  • 01:07:01: And Manners is lying.They're great liars, the Manners. So was his father,and his mother for that matter. That's the breed they are. Thank you, coal man.Thank you.
  • 01:07:32: I'll take this scarlet silk. The whole piece? How many yards, please? - Two thousand yards.- How many? Two thousand yards?! - Two thousand?- Yes, two thousand yards.
  • 01:08:02: Zimmer! What wind of providencebrings you here? A good wind, Captain.Lisse is my second home. This is my new companion, Douce. I told him how I met youin Zurbagan, and he's loved you without evenever having seen you. Yes, I love gestures and generosity. Two thousand yards!Two thousand yards!
  • 01:08:31: Get me an orchestra, friends, but not those fancy dandieswho lose the soul of the music. Gather your... beggars who can make the simple hearts weep. If you agree to my proposal, thencome out to "The Secret" tonight. First, let's have a drink. I would have gladly joined you,but I have a lot to do. Here, take thisand drink to the letter "A".
  • 01:09:05: Douce, doff your hat! The captain is getting married! Yes.
  • 01:09:59: I know you will understand me,darling.
  • 01:10:06: We have nothing to live on. The shop keeper refusesto sell our toys. And so... I do not want to ship outon long cruises.
  • 01:10:33: I'm going to sign on the postalsteamer which travels betweenCassette and Lisse. Really? That's very unpleasant. I'll be lonely.Come back as soon as you can. Assol, you seem unhappy these days. You must tell me what happened. You're strange.There was absolutely nothing. Why are you looking at me like that?Everything is all right.
  • 01:11:13: Come along, friends.Hurry up! Captain Grey is waiting. Hurry! Where are they going?
  • 01:11:37: Panten would like youto come to the bridge. He was attacked by people with drums,trumpets and other violins. Panten sayshis head is spinning. - Did you invite them on board?- Yes, I invited those people. Show them to the crew's quartersand be good to them.
  • 01:12:00: Aye, aye, sir.
  • 01:13:11: Captain, the agent offers a goodfreight with a premium. Panten, we're moving intothe mouth of the Liliana river. We raise anchor in an hour.We will not take on a pilot. Tell the agent I need freightjustas much as last year's snow.
  • 01:13:31: Aye, sir. Your orders will becarried out. Yes, Panten, there's a riddle for you. Maybe he wants to try smuggling? Are we about to flya black pirate flag? No...
  • 01:14:15: Hello, Philip!How is everything? Getting coal ready, as usual.Where are you coming from? Come here. Come.
  • 01:14:30: Philip, I like you very much,so I'll tell you something, just you. I'm going away soon...Going away for good. But don't you tell anyone. Going away? You? Where to? I don't know. I knowneither the day nor the hour. But it will happen. Therefore,just in case, goodbye. You've given me many a lift.Thank you for everything.
  • 01:15:04: Wonders!Just try to understand her. Something's going on with hertoday... I don't know. A strange creature, Longren'sdaughter... but nice. Yes. Only this way.
  • 01:15:45: - Good morning, Panten!- Good morning, Captain! - How's the wind?- South south west. - Weigh anchor!- Aye, aye, Captain! Prepare to set sail!All hands up anchor! All hands aloft!Set sail, full canvas!
  • 01:16:31: Now listen carefully. I don't know how many yearswill go by. But in Capernaa legend will come to flower... That will be remembered a long time. You will be grown, Assol.Yes, you will be grown. And one day, far out to sea,
  • 01:17:00: the sun will shine on a scarlet sail...
  • 01:17:46: Look, Manners!Scarlet sails! Scarlet sails? Where?
  • 01:19:34: Assol! I'm over here! I'm here! Where are you going? Little fool!You think it's for you? Where are you going?
  • 01:20:03: Assol! I'm here! I'm here... I'm here. Hello, Assol. I'm Grey. Hello, Grey.
  • 01:20:34: Did you recognize me, my little one? You're just as I hoped! In a faraway land,I saw you in my dreams. And I've cometo take you away with me. We'll live together in such friendshipthat you will never know sadness. Will you take my Longren too? Yes. I'll do anything you want.
  • 01:21:27: My friends, I've found the personwho is waiting only for me.
  • 01:21:32: And I want only her. Assol is not yet my wife,but I'll make her one. We needed those scarlet sailsso she could see us from afar. Thanks to Assol I've been able tounderstand one simple truth, that miracles are made with one'sown hands. - Miracles?- Yes, Panten. If someone's heart desires a miracle, then help that person see it.
  • 01:22:01: Then that person will have a newheart... And you, too. Your dream has come true,little fly. Dear friends, come and drink with me to my bride! Here's happiness to you, Captain! And happiness also to the one who, I must say, is the best ''prize''of "The Secret"! Aye, aye, they will be happy!
  • 01:23:09: The End