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纽约的一个雨天 A Rainy Day in New York英文字幕下载

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年代:2022

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 ♪ I got lucky in the rain ♪,♪ One day when I had nothing to do for an hour ♪,♪ I walked around in a shower ♪,♪ I had reason to complain ♪,♪ One moment I was sadly in need of a song ♪,♪ Next moment you came along ♪,♪ Then the heavens smiled at me ♪,♪ My heart said, "How lucky can you be!" ♪,♪ Things like these you can't explain ♪,♪ I only know that I met the love of my life ♪,♪ When I got lucky in the rain ♪,This is Yardley.,Which is supposed to be a very good liberal art school.,Definitely tonguey enough for my mother.,With its beautiful rural campus.,Which is total bullshit, because you get ticks, walking in the grass.,Yardley is more structured than the first college I went to.,I lasted a few months at one of those serious Ivy League sudo intellectual joints,,which my mother thought would give me an "appropriate" education.,She says I have a high IQ, and I'm not living up to my potential.,Even though last weekend I made 20 grand playing poker.,But I'll get to that.,Yardley is where I met Ashleigh, from a school paper.,That's my girlfriend - Ashleigh Enright.,My dad knew one of her father's banks in Arizona.,And naturally, with those family credentials,,my mother wants us to get married, sight unseen.,It's the one area I agree on with my mother.,Because even though we've only been going out for a few months.,I'm hopelessly in love with Ashleigh.,I got an interview with Roland Pollard.,Oh my Gosh, that is amazing. How did you land that?,He has a new movie coming out this fall.,And the assignment originally went to Priscilla McCain,,but she's totally got mono, so I'm doing it.,Mono's like a two credit chores at the school.,Listen Ash, I think this is great for you.,When is it?,It's the 28th of this month. A Saturday.,And it's on campus?,- It's in Manhattan. - It's in Manhattan, are you serious?,This is fantastic, we were always talking about going into Manhattan for a special weekend.,Look, I'm going to make a reservation at the Carlyle.,It's the place I'm always telling you about,,with the piano player at the bar, he sings his old Broadway tunes.,I'll take you up for lunch and dinner, how does that sound?,We go see around city.,- Yeah. - Yeah?,I mean, it will cost a fortune.,Relax, I'm loaded, I scored 20 big ones last Sunday.,- Not another crap game? - No, stud poker this time.,Sitting there with 3 tens, and some guy with aces up keeps raising me.,How did you get all the money to play in such a big poker game?,My horse came in this weekend.,I'm telling you this is why I have to go to Vegas.,I'm a gambler and I don't know how else to put it.,I've always wanted you to have to show me around Manhattan.,This is going to be absolutely fantastic.,I'm going to, maybe, get in touch with my dad's ticket brocker.,He'll get us tickets to Hamilton, how does that sound?,Actually, I don't want all my parents know I'm in town that weekend.,Why not?,My mother is having her big annual fall gala,,and she's apoplectic I'm not coming.,I told her I have a major paper due, otherwise I have to put an appearence.,It's like death. It's like having ...,Drinks with a hundred bullshit people,,not one of which has ever been turned down by a co-op.,I can't believe it.,An interview with the director of "Winter Memories".,Didn't we see "Winter Memories" together on our first date?,I think so.,I'm just so excited.,You have to help me come up with the list of profound questions to ask him.,I don't want to come off like a twit.,You are not going to come off like a twit.,Actually, now that I'm thinking about it.,We can't stay at the Carlyle, it's too close to my parents house.,But I want you to have a park view. You know what?,We going to stay at the Pierre.,That way you can have a park view, it's a safe distance from my parents house.,Then after dinner we're going to go to the Carlyle, we go to bar,,and spend some time there.,It's very old New York. I really love it. The murals are by Ludwig Bemelmans.,I've only been to Manhattan twice, you know.,Once when I was 2, and then once when I was 12.,All I remember is we got incredible bargains.,My parents could not believe that you could buy,a Birkin bag and a Rolex on the blanket off the street.,For only 200 dollars.,Are there any other questions you can think of that I can ask him?,Find out who influenced him more on love.,Denis de Rougemont or Ortega y Gasset.,How do you always know all that stuff?,I read, I just don't read what they give us at school.,Do I really care who wins between Beowulf & Grendel, no I don't.,Maybe if I had a little money on it.,I don't know why I'm so nervous..
    No college reporters won a Pulitzer, right?,I do not think so.,You are going to be fine, don't put so much pressure on yourself.,I think it's going to be great.,Listen, I want to see the Weegee photos at MoMA,,and I booked us a dinner at Daniel's.,It's kind of a nice place, we can dress up for it. It would be really nice.,And I splurged on the suite at the Pierre.,What the hell, right? It's poker winnings, it's not even real money.,Gatsby, it's beautiful!,I wanted to do something special.,The flowers.,- That's not me, I don't know what that is. - Champagne.,Look at that view.,I wanted it to be high enough so you could see Central Park.,Central Park. Exciting.,Thank you so much, sir. I really appreciate that.,Thank you.,Later maybe we could take a carriage ride?,Yeah.,If it doesn't rain.,We could ride in the rain, it's very moody. It's very romantic.,I prefer it.,What time is it?,Yeah we should go, this is hotel at downtown.,It might be a little bit of a traffic.,- It is far? - It's in Soho.,You are going to like Soho. It's filled with creative people.,Then it got commercially expensive, so all the creative people moved to Tribeka.,And that got expensive, so they all moved to Brooklyn.,Next move is back in with their parents.,He's only giving me an hour.,It's good, we have a 01:30 lunch reservation.,What are you going to do while I'm upstairs?,I do not know.,Just roam around Soho, maybe visit my brother.,I can't say how nice it is that you're back in the city.,If it weren't for you I don't know if I would ever find my way back to Yardley.,- What would you do? - Find some brilliant way to ruin my life.,Hi, I'm here for Mr. Roland Pollard.,Roland, this is Ashleigh Enright from Yardley.,- How do you do? - Ashleigh, this is Roland.,The screening is all set up. We are running on a really tight schedule.,First of all, I'd just like to say that what an honor this is for me.,I just want to say you're by far the most interesting american director.,Thank you.,I write in the arts for a paper,and I always put you right in the class with Renoir and De Sica.,I'm surprised to hear that someone your age is,familiar with Renoir and De Sica.,Film is my total thing. I've seen all the american classics.,Particularly the europeans. Kurosawa is my favourite.,Technically, he is not european, technically, he's, obviously, japanese.,But you really speak to my soul.,What college are you from?,Yardley. It's small.,I know it well, my first wife went there.,- Really? - Yes.,Brilliant woman, long blonde hair and a state of the art overbite.,Very sexy. A philosophy major.,To tell you the truth I didn't deserve her, and,I didn't end up with her either, so ...,Well, that's a...,Neither, either, nor yawn.,I imagine.,I guess, it's probably more yawn that either.,Are you from New York?,Tucson, Arizona.,What does your family do?,I was afraid you'd ask.,My father owns banks.,Is that bad?,I know what you are thinking.,"Republicans, the one percent". But we are not.,We're just, totally Episcopalians, who happen to just be rich.,That's how my Ashley was.,Who's your Ashley?,My first wife.,The one with a long blonde hair and a state of the art overbite.,Her name was Ashley?,A-S-H-L-E-Y.,Mine is A-S-H-L-E-I-G-H.,You use a Forbes 500 spelling.,Since this is your first meaningful assignment, would you like a scoop?,Of?,Inside information. You've heard what the term is.,Oh, a scoop!,I'd rather share this with you, than some slick gossip-hungry newspaper.,Oh my God.,You keep going, I'm liable to have my famous psychological hiccup fits.,When I'm nervous I stammer.,Is this the scoop?,No, that's not the scoop.,The worst, of course, is when I'm sexually conflicted.,Then I'll hiccup indefinitely.,The scoop is -,I am not happy with this film.,You're not?,I am thinking of quitting, actually.,That's the scoop.,If I could speak frankly, Mr. Pollard.,You've never had mass appeal.......

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