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with Jiro Horikoshi, Young Naoko, Kiro Honjo, Kayo, Giovanni Battista Caproni, Jiro's mother, Kinu
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JIRO HORIKOSHI: Earthquake.
MAN: Get away! The boiler's gonna blow!
JIRO HORIKOSHI: What's wrong?
YOUNG NAOKO: Her leg.
Here, let me see.
YOUNG NAOKO: Be brave, Kinu.
JIRO HORIKOSHI: It's broken. She won't be able to walk.
KINU: Miss, the boiler. Please save yourself. Go!
JIRO HORIKOSHI: That's nonsense. Nothing's going to explode. We need to brace her leg. This will hurt a little. Just relax. She can't walk on this. Where do you live?
YOUNG NAOKO: In Ueno.
JIRO HORIKOSHI: Don't worry. I'll get you there.
YOUNG NAOKO: Fire.
JIRO HORIKOSHI: Let's go. What about your luggage?
YOUNG NAOKO: It's not important.
JIRO HORIKOSHI: I'm sorry.
YOUNG NAOKO: Hang on, Kinu.
JIRO HORIKOSHI: Are you all right?
KINU: I'm okay.
JIRO HORIKOSHI: Better hurry. Here, my mother made me this shirt. You must be thirsty. Don't worry, it's clean. The well is almost dry. And for you?
YOUNG NAOKO: Please.
JIRO HORIKOSHI: The fire hasn't reached Ueno. And
I'm heading for the university.
So, I can take you there.
YOUNG NAOKO: And I'll bring someone from my house.
JIRO HORIKOSHI: Then we should get going, now.
JIRO HORIKOSHI: Kinu, look after my suitcase?
JIRO HORIKOSHI: We'll bring someone to help get you home. I promise.
JIRO HORIKOSHI: Stay strong.
KINU: I will.
Thank you very much for helping us.
JIRO HORIKOSHI: Take care of her.
YOUNG MAN: But wait, at least tell us your name.
MAN: What a great guy. Who was he, Kinu?
KIRO HONJO: Well, if it isn't Jiro!
You picked a lovely day to come back.
JIRO HORIKOSHI: How bad is it, Honjo?
KIRO HONJO: Bad enough. The whole east side is burning. We grabbed everything we could carry out of the library. Got a smoke? A flying door.
You don't see that every day.
They'll never stop the fire now. Tokyo's finished.
JIRO HORIKOSHI: It's as beautiful as it was in the dream. I can't believe he really built it.
CAPRONI: Cut! Cut, cut, cut, cut... Cut!
KIRO HONJO: The damn wind's picking up. We need to hurry!
CAPRONI: What do you think, Japanese boy?
Is the wind still rising?
JIRO HORIKOSHI: Yes! It's a gale!
CAPRONI: Well then, you must live. "Le vent se lève. Il faut tenter de vivre."
KIRO HONJO: Jiro, let's eat.
JIRO HORIKOSHI: Uh-huh.
KIRO HONJO: Look,
even the new buildings are old-fashioned.
JIRO HORIKOSHI: The streets are a little wider.
KIRO HONJO: So? And the airplanes are still old.
KIRO HONJO: Oh look, mackerel again.
JIRO HORIKOSHI: Yeah... It's always good.
KIRO HONJO: Always.
Always the same lunch.
KIRO HONJO: Jiro, you've got a visitor.
JIRO HORIKOSHI: Yes?
OLD MAN: A young lady came by and brought this package for you, Mr. Horikoshi. You were out, so she left it with me.
JIRO HORIKOSHI: I see. Thank you, very much.
STUDENT: Aw, is that
a present from your girlfriend,
KIRO HONJO: Can it, freshman. And give me a smoke.
KIRO HONJO: Let him go.
WOMAN: Oh, Mr. Horikoshi.
JIRO HORIKOSHI: Yes, ma'am.
WOMAN: You have a guest waiting for you upstairs. It's a young lady.
JIRO HORIKOSHI: Huh? Young lady? Hello?
KAYO: Finally! Where were you?!
JIRO HORIKOSHI: Kayo! I'm sorry. Completely forgot.
KAYO: I'm not surprised!
JIRO HORIKOSHI: Where's Mother?
KAYO: At Uncle's.
JIRO HORIKOSHI: Is she staying there?
KAYO: Just for a night.
JIRO HORIKOSHI: Kayo, you've gotten so tall. And very pretty, too.
KAYO: You are so insensitive. I'm still mad at you, 'cause you never come home. Oh, the sun's already down. I'm gonna be late.
JIRO HORIKOSHI: I'll tell them it's my fault. Don't worry.
We'll take the penny steamer.
KAYO: I think she must really like you.
JIRO HORIKOSHI: I don't know, it's been over two years.
KAYO: Didn't you ever try to see her again?
JIRO HORIKOSHI: I did. I went back after the fires were out. Her house had burned down.
KAYO: That's terrible.
JIRO HORIKOSHI: Here, let's catch this one.
JIRO HORIKOSHI: Are you cold, Kayo?
KAYO: I'm fine. I didn't think Tokyo would recover so quickly. Jiro,
maybe I can stay here with you?
Father won't let me live here by myself.
JIRO HORIKOSHI: Well, I might be in Nagoya by the time you come.
KAYO: With an airplane company?
JIRO HORIKOSHI: I hope so.
KAYO: Men have it so good. Why can't I live in Tokyo and go to medical school?
JIRO HORIKOSHI: Medical school? You should. I think you'd make a great doctor.
KAYO: I think so too.
JIRO HORIKOSHI: When I'm home for New Years, I'll talk to father about it.
KAYO: Oh... Thank you!
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