国王的演讲经典台词

国王的演讲经典台词

国王的演讲经典台词

King George VI: [Logue is sitting on the coronation throne] Get up! Y-youcan't sit there! GET UP!

Lionel Logue: Why not? It's a chair.

King George VI: T-that... that is Saint Edward's chair.

Lionel Logue: People have carved their names on it.

【罗格端坐在加冕典礼宝座上】

乔治六世:给我起来!你不能坐哪儿!快起来

莱诺·罗格:为啥不行?不就是一椅子么。

乔治六世:呐……那……那是圣爱德华的椅子。

莱诺·罗格:人家都随便刻了名字上去了。

Lionel Logue: Do you know any jokes?

King George VI: ...Timing isn't my strong suit.

【第一次看诊】

莱诺·罗格:你会说笑话么?

乔治六世:……掌控时间,不是我强项。

King George VI: L-listen to me... listen to me!

Lionel Logue: Why should I waste my time listening to you?

King George VI: Because I have a voice!

Lionel Logue: ...yes, you do.

【两个人的争执】

乔治六世:听……听我说……听我说!

莱诺·罗格:凭啥我要浪费时间听你说话?

乔治六世:就因为我说的话举足轻重。

莱诺·罗格:……没错,的确如此。

Stanley Baldwin: Your greatest test... is yet to come!

【首相辞职】

斯坦利·鲍德温:你最大的考验……即将到来。

Queen Elizabeth: My husband's work involves a great deal of publicspeaking.

Lionel Logue: Then he should change jobs.

Queen Elizabeth: He can't.

Lionel Logue: What is he, an indentured servant?

Queen Elizabeth: Something like that.

【伊丽莎白王后第一次匿名登门造访罗格】

伊丽莎白王后:我丈夫的工作涉及大量公众演说。

莱诺·罗格:还是换个工作比较靠谱。

伊丽莎白王后:能换早换了。

莱诺·罗格:难不成是个受人摆布的奴仆?

伊丽莎白王后:也差不多啦。

Logue: What was your earliest memory?

King George VI: I'm not... -here to discuss... -personal matters.

Lionel Logue: Why are you here then?

King George VI: Because I bloody well stammer!

【依旧是第一次看诊】

莱诺·罗格:你最早的记忆是什么?

乔治六世:我不是……到这里来讨论……个人隐私的。

莱诺·罗格:那你干嘛到这里来?

乔治六世:因为我口吃得要死行了吧。

Lilibet: What's he saying? [watching a clip of Hitler speaking]

King George VI: I don't know but... he seems to be saying it rather well.

【看希特勒的演说影像】

伊丽伯特:他在说什么?

乔治六世:我不知道,不过……貌似说得很有煽动力。

Myrtle Logue: Will their Majesties be staying for dinner?

Queen Elizabeth: We would love to, such a treat, but alas... a previousengagement. What a pity.

【罗格太太提前回家,撞到了国王和王后陛下】

梅顿·罗格:敢问陛下是否留下共进晚餐?

伊丽莎白王后:我们很乐意,盛情难却,不过……早有安排在先。甚为遗憾。

King George VI: If I am King, where is my power? Can I declare war? Form agovernment? Levy a tax? No! And yet I am the seat of all authority because theythink that when I speak, I speak for them.But I can't speak.

【宣战演说之前】

乔治六世:如果我是国王,我的权力又在哪里?我能宣战么?我能组建政府?提高税收?都不行!可我还是要出面坐头把交椅,就因为整个国家都相信…我的声音代表着他们。但我却说不来。

King Edward VIII: Sorry, I've been terribly busy.

King George VI: Doing what?

King Edward VIII: Kinging.

【王室兄弟之间的争论】

爱德华八世:不好意思啊,最近超忙。

乔治六世:忙着干嘛?

爱德华八世:忙着当国王呗。

[As King George is lighting a cigarette]

Lionel Logue: Please don't do that.

King George VI: I'm sorry?

Lionel Logue: I believe sucking smoke into your lungs will kill you.

King George VI: My physicians say it relaxes the throat.

Lionel Logue: They're idiots.

King George VI: They've all been knighted.

Lionel Logue: Makes it official then.

【罗格禁止国王抽烟】

莱诺·罗格:请不要那样做。

乔治六世:啥?

莱诺·罗格:抽烟吸到肺里相当于自杀。

乔治六世:我的医生说那样会放松喉部。

莱诺·罗格:他们是白痴。

乔治六世:他们都被授了爵位了。

莱诺·罗格:那就是官方白痴咯。

[Talking to Churchill about the influence that Wallis Simpson seems to haveon Edward VIII]

Queen Elizabeth: Apparently she has certain skills - acquired at anestablishment in Shanghai.

【同丘吉尔说起辛普森太太到底是怎么吸引住爱德华八世的】

伊丽莎白王后:显然她有她独到的……手段咯,想来是在上海练成的。

最后的演讲稿

《国王的演讲稿》

在这个庄严时刻

也许是我国历史上最生死攸关的时刻

我向每一位民众

不管你们身处何方

传递这样一个消息

对你们的心情 我感同身受

甚至希望能挨家挨户 向你们诉说

我们中大多数人将面临第二次战争

我们已多次寻求通过和平方式

解决国家间的争端

但一切都是徒劳

我们被迫卷入这场战争

我们必须接受这个挑战

如果希特勒大行其道

世界文明秩序将毁于一旦

这种信念褪去伪装之后

只是对强权的赤裸裸的追求

为了捍卫我们珍视的一切

我们必须接受这个挑战

为此崇高目标

我呼吁国内的民众

以及国外的民众以此为己任

我恳请大家保持冷静和坚定

在考验面前团结起来

考验是严峻的

我们还会面临一段艰难的日子

战争也不只局限于前线

只有心怀正义才能正确行事

我们在此虔诚向上帝祈祷

只要每个人坚定信念

在上帝的帮助下

我们必将胜利

In this grave hour, perhaps the most fateful in history, I send to everyhousehold of my peoples, both at home and overseas, this message, spoken withthe same depth of feeling for each one of you as if I were able to cross yourthreshold and speak to you myself.

For the second time in the lives of most of us, we are at war.

Over and over again, we have tried to find a peaceful way out of thedifferences between ourselves and those who are now our enemies; but it has beein vain.

We have been forced into a conflict, for which we are called, with our alliesto meet the challenge of a principle which, if it were to prevail, would befatal to any civilized order in the world.

It is a principle which permits a state in the selfish pursuit of power todisregard its treaties and its solemn pledges, which sanctions the use of forceor threat of force against the sovereignty and independence of other states.

Such a principle, stripped of all disguise, is surely the mere primitivedoctrine that might is right, and if this principle were established through theworld, the freedom of our own country and of the whole British Commonwealth ofnations would be in danger.

But far more than this, the peoples of the world would be kept in bondage offear, and all hopes of settled peace and of security, of justice and liberty,among nations, would be ended.

This is the ultimate issue which confronts us. For the sake of all that weourselves hold dear, and of the world order and peace, it is unthinkable that weshould refuse to meet the challenge.

It is to this high purpose that I now call my people at home and my peoplesacross the seas, who will make our cause their own.

I ask them to stand calm and firm and united in this time of trial.

The task will be hard. There may be dark days ahead, and war can no longer beconfined to the battlefield, but we can only do the right as we see the right,and reverently commit our cause to God. If one and all we keep resolutelyfaithful to it, ready for whatever service or sacrifice it may demand, then withGod's help, we shall prevail.

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