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2015/08/19 Spy Game - "The Roof" sequence 
2007/09/14 본 얼티메이텀 The Bourne Ultimatum (2007) (20)
2007/08/26 The Company 
2006/02/02 sabotage 

| Spy Game - "The Roof" sequence  [감상/영화/외...]

Tom Bishop: Nathan, what happened? What went wrong?
Nathan D. Muir: Nothing.
Tom Bishop: Nothing?
Nathan D. Muir: Actually, one thing. Don't ever question me again. Ever.
Tom Bishop: What?
Nathan D. Muir: I gave you an order, you take it. You don't ask why. Those ten seconds on the phone could have blown the op.
Tom Bishop: The op was bringing Schmidt across!
Nathan D. Muir: The op was setting up Ann Cathcart. And your end had to look legit.
Tom Bishop: What are you telling me? Schmidt was bait?
Nathan D. Muir: Yes.
Tom Bishop: Nathan, they executed him on a shitty cellar floor!
Nathan D. Muir: It could have been you. Let me tell you something about Schmidt. He went to the Russians a week ago, and said he had a contact, an American. Somebody he could use.
Tom Bishop: Don't tell me that. Don't fucking tell me that. You didn't look in his eyes. Don't tell me that!
Nathan D. Muir: He was your asset, somebody you use for information.
Tom Bishop: Ah, Jesus Christ, you just... You don't just trade these people like they're baseball cards! It's not a fucking game!
Nathan D. Muir: Oh, yes it is. It's exactly what it is. And it's no kid's game either. This is a whole other game. And it's serious and it's dangerous. And it's not one you want to lose.
Tom Bishop: Nathan, we killed this man. We used him and we killed him. Okay, then you got to help me understand this one. You got... Nathan, what are we doing here? And don't give me some bullshit about the greater good.
Nathan D. Muir: That's exactly what it's about. Because what we do is unfortunately very, very necessary. And if you're not willing to sacrifice scum like Schmidt for those that want nothing more than their freedom, then you better take a long hard look at your chosen profession my friend. Because it doesn't get any easier.
Tom Bishop: Why did you use me?
Nathan D. Muir: You wanna walk? You wanna walk, walk.
Tom Bishop: You should have told me about the op. You used me.
Nathan D. Muir: I did. And listen to this, because this is important. If you had pulled some stunt over there, I wouldn't come after you. You go off the reservation, I will not come after you.
Tom Bishop: Fuck your rules, Nathan.
Nathan D. Muir: Okay. But tonight, they saved your life.

2015/08/19 22:17 2015/08/19 22:17

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| 본 얼티메이텀 The Bourne Ultimatum (2007)  [감상/영화/외...]

2007.09.12 개봉 | 12세 이상 | 111분 | 액션,어드벤쳐,미스터리,스릴러 | 미국 | 국내 | 국외 | 씨네서울 | IMDb

The Bourne Ultimatum

"전제 조건이 애시당초 위()여서 가정(假定)의 결과는 항상 진()이다. 그러나 그날 나는 거기에 있었다. 그래서 오늘 내가 여기에 있는 것이다." 까소봉은 자신이 창조한 "계획"으로 말미암은 악몽을 현실로 받아들일 수밖에 없었다고 한다면, 우리의 영원한 고학생 제이슨 본은 거대한 망상 조직의 "계획" 속에서 부속화된 나를 되찾기 위해, 그 진실을 찾기 위해 고군분투할 따름입니다. 그 둘이 마주하게 되는 최후통첩에서 다시 근원을 생각하게 한다는 점만은 어느 정도 닮아있는 듯싶습니다. 언제나 자답하게 되는, 그날의 선택이 지금의 나를 여기로 이끌었다는 것이요.

그 사이로 요원들의 자조 어린 반문은 여전히 계속됩니다. "바륨액"(더 컴퍼니)에 불과할지 모를 "하찮은 돈으로 살 수 있는 하찮은 물건"(추운 나라에서 돌아온 스파이)처럼, "야구 카드 교환하듯이"(스파이 게임) 서로 죽고 죽이는 비정함에 대한 자각입니다. 어쩌면 이 두 지점이 본 트릴로지의 이야기에, 액션과의 조화에 감화되는 이유인 듯싶고요.

이런저런 얘기 접어둔다면, 무엇보다 본에게 매료되는 점은 품재기할 이유도, 여유도 없이 쉼 없이 뛰어가며, 치밀하게 판단하고, 바투바투 행동하는 본의 액션일 것입니다. 그리고 본 얼티메이텀에서는 하나 덧붙여 그를 생생하게 잡아주는 시선도 있었고요. 조밀한 모로코의 골목 사이, 옥상에서 집으로 넘나드는 액션과 오토바이 액션신, 고가도로 자동차 추격신은 본 얼티메이텀이 아니면 다시 보지 못할 명장면임에는 분명할 것입니다. J

이전 글 : 본 아이덴티티 / 본 슈프리머시

2007/09/14 04:16 2007/09/14 04:16

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Posted by lunamoth on 2007/09/14 04:16
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| The Company  [감상/영화/외...]

Harvey: So did you get it done, sport?
Jack: He was already dead. I wanted to. I wanted to kill him. But... I just couldn't.
Harvey: Oh, you're a better man than me, sport. So the great game goes on with or without us.
Jack: Without us, I guess. Think we made a difference, Harvey, any difference at all?
Harvey: God, I hope so, sport. No, nowadays people have short memories. They forget there was a time when the goths were at the gate. You and me, kid -- we put our warm bodies on the firing line, and we turned 'em back.
Jack: You truly believe that?
Harvey: You bet I believe it. Something like the cold war has to have a moral, otherwise what was it all about?
Jack: It was about the good guys beating the bad guys... But we sure screwed up along the way.
Harvey: Yeah, but we screwed up a lot less than they did, which is why we won. Yeah, the -- the soviet union wasn't a country. It was a -- it was a metaphor for an idea that looked good on the drawing board, but in practice, it was flawed. And let me tell you somethin'. A metaphor is a lot harder to slay than a country, and we clobbered them in the end.
Jack: Yeah.
Harvey: You got to remember what it was all about. It was always black and white, kid -- right versus wrong. There were good guys, and there were bad guys.
Jack: Which side were we again, Harvey?
Harvey: We won, didn't we?

2007/08/26 18:44 2007/08/26 18:44

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Posted by lunamoth on 2007/08/26 18:44
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| sabotage  [길 위의 이야기]

2006/02/02 21:20 2006/02/02 21:20

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Posted by lunamoth on 2006/02/02 21:20
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