The Fall (2006)
Lee Pace: Roy Walker, Masked Bandit
Blue Bandit : What a mystery this world, one day you love them and the next day you want to kill them a thousand times over.
Roy Walker : [finishing the story, both he and Alexandria are crying] He can't win. That's because our masked bandit is a coward. Yeah. He never took an oath, he's a fake. He's a liar and a coward.
Alexandria : You're lying.
Roy Walker : No. He had his fingers crossed. He has to die.
Alexandria : I don't believe you.
Roy Walker : He's dying.
Alexandria : Don't kill him.
Roy Walker : There's nothing left for him.
Alexandria : His daughter.
Roy Walker : He wasn't her father, either.
Alexandria : She loves him.
Roy Walker : She'll survive, she's good.
Alexandria : I don't want you to die. Roy. Don't kill him. Let him live. Let him live. Don't kill him. Roy? Promise? And don't cross your fingers.
Roy Walker : Promise.
Alexandria : Show me your hands.
Roy Walker : [raises his hands] See?
Roy Walker : It was the natural order of things... all things must die.
Roy Walker : What's that?
Alexandria : Food.
Roy Walker : Where'd you get it?
Alexandria : The chapel.
[feeds him a communion wafer]
Roy Walker : I'm sorry I shouted at you. I was angry.
Alexandria : No problem.
Roy Walker : Are you trying to save my soul?
Alexandria : [not understanding] Hmm?
Roy Walker : Are you trying to save my soul? Do you understand me?
Alexandria : What?
Roy Walker : Did you understand what I meant?
Alexandria : What you said?
Roy Walker : I said, are you trying to save my soul? Giving me that?
Alexandria : What mean that?
Roy Walker : The Eucharist.
Alexandria : What?
Roy Walker : The Eucharist. The thing you gave me. It's a... it saves your soul.
Alexandria : Hmm? The thing I give you... what?
Roy Walker : The little piece of bread that you just gave me. It saves your soul.
Alexandria : What? What? *What*?
Roy Walker : Can you read English?
Alexandria : Ya.
Roy Walker : [pointing to a word he's written] What's this?
Alexandria : Paper.
Roy Walker : [laughs] No. What's this?
Alexandria : [reading] M-O-R-P-H-I-N-3.
Roy Walker : [pointing at the letter 'E'] What's this?
Alexandria : Three.
Roy Walker : Yeah... that's it. I'm having a hard time sleeping and remembering the story. I need some pills. I need pills in a bottle that has this written on it.
Alexandria : M-O-R-P-H-I-N-3?
Roy Walker : Yes. And it's in the main block. In that room in the main block. You understand?
Alexandria : Ask the head nurse.
Roy Walker : I'm asking you as a friend.
Alexandria : But it's stealing.
Roy Walker : No it's not, not if you need it. It's no different than stealing bread from a church.
Alexandria : I'll ask them for you.
Roy Walker : No. It's a bandits' secret. I need the pills to finish the story. Do you understand?
Alexandria : I'll do it.
Roy Walker : Thanks.
Roy Walker : And she turned from the masked bandit and she said...
Nurse Evelyn : [in the story, as Sister Evelyn] May I be frank with you?
Blue Bandit : Of course.
Nurse Evelyn : Although I've dedicated my life to God and His goodness, I secretly love throwing oranges at our priest.
Blue Bandit : [as Roy, talking to Alexandria] Take two turns to the left and go to the bathroom.
Alexandria : [squirming because she has to use the restroom] No. You read my note.
Roy Walker : What are you talking about? Go to the bathroom.
Alexandria : No. How did you know about the priest and the oranges?
Roy Walker : Everybody knows you like to throw oranges at the priest, even the priest knows. But I didn't find that out from your gibberish message.
Alexandria : Is not gibberish.
Roy Walker : [to Alexandria] We're a strange pair, aren't we?
Roy Walker : That story was just a trick to get you to do something for me.
Alexandria : They burned it.
Roy Walker : Who burned it?
Alexandria : Angry people.
Roy Walker : I'm sorry to hear that.
Alexandria : Hmm?
Roy Walker : I said I'm sorry to hear that.
Alexandria : [confused] ... angry people.
Roy Walker : Yeah, I know I'm just sorry. I'm sorry that your house got burned.
Roy Walker : It won't take long, just go outside and touch one of my toes.
Alexandria : Okay.
[gets off of Roy's bed and goes outside the curtain surrounding it]
Alexandria : I am touching your little toe.
Roy Walker : No, please, please don't tell which toe your touching, I gotta guess. That's the whole point of the game.
Alexandria : [touches on of his little toes] I'm touching one... I'm touching one.
Roy Walker : [guessing] You're touching my big toe.
Alexandria : [she switches to his big toe] Mmhmm.
Roy Walker : Are you telling the truth?
Alexandria : Mmhmm. Look! Really!
Roy Walker : Huh. I got that?
Alexandria : [asking about the story] What happened with his brother, did he save him?
Roy Walker : [suspicious] Were you telling a story?
Alexandria : [doesn't understand what he means] Uh huh.
Roy Walker : No. No, no, no. Were you telling the truth just now?
Alexandria : Yeah... no... I was telling the truth.
Roy Walker : No, you just said no, you weren't telling the truth.
Alexandria : No, I tell it.
Roy Walker : Were you telling the truth?
Alexandria : Yeah.
Roy Walker : When you just touched my toe?
Alexandria : Yeah.
Roy Walker : You little liar.
Alexandria : No!
Roy Walker : Alexandria, were you lying to me?
Alexandria : I touch your big toe!
Roy Walker : [vindictively] Do you want me to finish the story? The masked bandit was too late. Odious had already tortured and hung the blue bandit and his crew.
Roy Walker : Next was the English naturalist: Charles Darwin. He loved all living things. Creatures, plants... everything alive.