Disco Elysium The Final Cut [Hardcore] 100% Walkthrough Part 14: Making Sylvie, Joyce & Roy Talk!

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Watch at: 00:00 / 00:00:20[Music]Watch at: 00:20 / 00:40[Music]Watch at: 00:40 / 01:00[Applause][Music]you're backgood what can i help you withWatch at: 01:00 / 01:20she's not even asking you anything it'sso easy to just sayreferral you mean i take it this was forsomeone in the rcmdon't answer thatWatch at: 01:20 / 01:40oh my a real doorthe lieutenant does not say anything butyou hear the nylonof his jacket rustle as he looks at youWatch at: 01:40 / 02:00that's good to hear detective policework is rarely prettybut it sounds like you did what you hadto doher bartering mind cannot fathom thatyou didn't askanything in return frankly what was donewas not pretty at all butWatch at: 02:00 / 02:20neither was it illegal and it was notfor nothingthis seems serious i advise you to bevery selective with what information youchoose to sharethis may have consequences beyond ourline of sightyes that's the talk about townWatch at: 02:20 / 02:40the hardy boys they're calledfind the name rather amusing honestlythe company did not send mercenariesafter the unioni told you in great detail about themistakes my side madeand of course i accept them completelyi just hope you don't share everett'sWatch at: 02:40 / 03:00view on thingsafter all as he said one's dead nowthe pines certainly hasn't killed any oftheirslet's keep it that way she means to addbut thendoesn'thow benevolent hopefully they'll helpWatch at: 03:00 / 03:20you sort this whole business outif they haven't already we cannotdiscuss the specifics of an ongoinginvestigationman besides you haven't exactly beenforthcoming yourselfthat is only fair welli hope it yields something otherwiseWatch at: 03:20 / 03:40you'll have opened that door for naughtanything elsei wouldn't have taken evrat for a saberrattlerwas he surrounded by union men he wantedto impressno it was more like he wanted things togetworse in secret of courseWatch at: 03:40 / 04:00or he wants you and me to believe hewants to go to warthere's always that risk man but if imay offer my opinionhe means itWatch at: 04:00 / 04:20i'll think it over detectivethank you for relaying this informationto mehave i underestimated the union'sferocityshe has to ask herself by now[Applause]what you've said is quite enough you'veWatch at: 04:20 / 04:40given me a lot to considerand may have helped me prevent thisconflict from escalatingsounds like he has you running errandsdetectivea well-established dominance ritualwhere did he have you deliver itoh yes i've been meaning to go thereWatch at: 04:40 / 05:00with longing clear and simplelong strange why does she want to gotherei should be in my youth i had a briefdalliance here in martinezhe was an older man with impossiblyWatch at: 05:00 / 05:20broad shouldershe's probably dead by now even his shackis long gonethat it matters these buildings are allcarbon copies of one anotheryes i was slamming it with somegirlfriends of minewe had boats and don't hold it againstWatch at: 05:20 / 05:40memy paramore certainly did notnot overly so it's not like this was theonly place we visitedme and my girlfriends from us on withour shiny boatslike reavers we told ourselves we werethe worst thing to happen to the coastsince the coalition landed in 08.Watch at: 05:40 / 06:00imagine a youth center with edgarclare's statue on top of itgo ahead help him make it soi have no power to stop himyes i'm sad i'll never have the timeWatch at: 06:00 / 06:20detectivei've always wanted a dilapidatingfishing villageshe is more defensive about it thanusualfull of ghosts and ancient memorieshas this errand yielded you anyinformationWatch at: 06:20 / 06:40of course detective you can always dropby latershould something come up now what elsecan i do for youWatch at: 06:40 / 07:00[Music]Watch at: 07:00 / 07:20[Music]looks like the circus left himbut the clowns are still hereWatch at: 07:20 / 07:40a witness you ain't got [ __ ]the locals would never come to you withthisthat's just koptakt's titus next he'sgonna tell you one of us already roll onthe othersand he's in witness protectionwell let's hear it thenWatch at: 07:40 / 08:00who is your mystery fellahe's not alarmed by the suddenappearance of a witnessbut he is surprised thisgoes without saying but nonethelessdon't give out his nameWatch at: 08:00 / 08:20yeah right like we wouldn't know if anmi plant was in our townnice try right miis short for moral intern moral internis short formoralist international the coalitionthat runs rivershawi've seen this [ __ ] a million timesWatch at: 08:20 / 08:40titus fly fishingthey are desperate tell telescoperwhat rocky claims did he makeit's you [ __ ] that feel the need togo around like a [ __ ] brass bandthe hardy boys are dead silentyeah it's like they put cowbells on youWatch at: 08:40 / 09:00before they send you to the streetswhat's with the cowbells policemanthey're avoiding having to answer thisquestionwe were drinking weren't we guys i hitthe bottle hardi was drunk as [ __ ]Watch at: 09:00 / 09:20right i'm convinced glenn nothing offherejust a regular hangingarabic boss i think he's trying to saveme and theowell yeah what is confusing youeugene theo and elaine were there too iWatch at: 09:20 / 09:40already told you we were all therethose flaccid mi [ __ ] with theirculture languageeverything has a real play or sublimewhateverdoesn't mean anything it means the wholescene was long and drawn outlike it was from a film what is thisWatch at: 09:40 / 10:00fella's problemsorry we didn't make it moreaction-packedit wasn't the first thing on our mindsyou see shankyit's chunky right i thought there'ssomething wrong about the lynching storynow i know there was youdon't know [ __ ] i know you are lyingWatch at: 10:00 / 10:20shankysome witness i pulled the same[ __ ] came up with some [ __ ]then went and said it to people get areactiondon't have to go to cop school to tryWatch at: 10:20 / 10:40it you don't have to go to school for[ __ ]i never went to school and i'm doinggreat you're doing a hell of a job manhell of a job so much bluster to hidethe factthat they're uncomfortable with youhaving this informationWatch at: 10:40 / 11:00[Music]Watch at: 11:00 / 11:20can i help youanother thing great i love thoseyes and the phone company is taking itssweet time sending someone to fix itlosers who told you thatWatch at: 11:20 / 11:40fine yeah it looked like someone hadmessed with the wiringit was shortly after the hanging but idon't know if it's at all relatedplenty of [ __ ] around here whoaren't murderersif you do find out who cut the linethough let me knowWatch at: 11:40 / 12:00so i can afford them the repair billoh yes that door sure there's nothingmysterious about itit's just a doorno i don't have a key i don't know howto get thereand i don't care either it's not likei've been wondering about it for 10yearsWatch at: 12:00 / 12:20it's just the frit warehouse probablyor some boring storage space with abunch of oldjunk and dust junk and dusthe's attempting to maintain an air ofindifferenceit's absolutely not convincingfine okay a little but my job doesn'tWatch at: 12:20 / 12:40leave me time for wondering aboutone locked door in one of the cafeteriasi manageso i haven't opened it i have cleanedthe whole place a hundred times overthoughafter the animals and i haven't found akeyso good luck with that yesWatch at: 12:40 / 13:00Watch at: 13:00 / 13:20an old call box with a matrix of pushbuttons listsall the companies in the east deltacommerce centereast delta commerce center this must bethe name of the doom commercial areaan off-key melody starts playing afteryou ring the doorbellWatch at: 13:20 / 13:40then a woman picks up the receiver kunoplease stop calling here grown-ups don'thave time for your stupid gamesshe thinks you're the gremlin child whatwould he say to thisoh i'm sorry officer i thought you wereWatch at: 13:40 / 14:00but the doorbell is broken and thebookstore shouldn't even be on the listanymoreso i can't help you please don't callhere againthanks a single beep indicates that thelion has gone deadyou ring the doorbell but no oneanswers what an ominous name for a hairWatch at: 14:00 / 14:20salondoesn't bode well for anyone's hereall you hear is static but no oneanswers the callyou ring the doorbell but nothinghappens you wait for a minute or twoWatch at: 14:20 / 14:40but all you get from the call box issilenceno one answers the call looks likesomeone has melted half the plastic offwith a lighterthe doorbell doesn't work anymore youhear staticfrom the intercom speaker it sounds asif someone has picked up the receiverWatch at: 14:40 / 15:00but isn't saying anything you canalmost hear them breathe[Music]yes hello this is tricentennialelectricshave you come to place an order shesounds almostantique as if her voice was being playedWatch at: 15:00 / 15:20off anold wax cylinder a receiver must not beworking properly[Music]my god the lieutenantexchanges a look with you it's youmy god i didn't think i would hear yourWatch at: 15:20 / 15:40voice againit's a woman and she knows youyour heart beats faster who cares thatyou don't remember herjust go along with it nosomething's wrong here are you sureshe's talking toyouWatch at: 15:40 / 16:00michelle just please[Music]why did you even call i don't understandyou've been gone for months i thoughtWatch at: 16:00 / 16:19you didn't careever since i came to work here it's beendifferentas if my mind's been wiped cleana spot of static overrides her wordswhen she speaks again it sounds likeshe's submergedWatch at: 16:19 / 16:40it's so nice it's so niceto be able to finally forgetshe sounds like she's about to cryshe doesn't answersilence the only thing you can hear nowWatch at: 16:40 / 17:00is staticand waves washing ashore on the bayanother seagull passes by it's gettingcoldstanding here staring at the silentcool box it must have been some kind ofWatch at: 17:00 / 17:20faulty wiringwe should maybe stop playing with thisdoorbell it looks ancientyou press the number sign on the keypadthat terminates the call12 name cards on the call box readno one's home at fortress accidentWatch at: 17:20 / 17:40silence no one answers the doorbellnothing happens after you ring thedoorbellthey don't want to talk to yousilence no one answers your callWatch at: 17:40 / 18:00this button looks new but someone hasremovedthe name card nothing happens when youtry to ring itthis button looks new i wouldn't besurprised if it hasn't been connectedyetis it the dice makersWatch at: 18:00 / 18:20inside you see a set of steering leversa radio microphonea pull out toolbox this is precinct 57how may i assist youWatch at: 18:20 / 18:40of course what is the number ofyes hold on her number is005 1944298Watch at: 18:40 / 19:00received hold on officer[Applause]give it a minute she might be busy atthe momenttakes a bit to get to the phone[Applause]love yourself i have silvi malaika onWatch at: 19:00 / 19:20the line for youyes helloall right hello officer what can i dofor youthere is no resentment in her toneWatch at: 19:20 / 19:40she wants you to ask her out no questionaboutit you mean why did i leave the barhonestly i'm not really comfortablediscussing it with you sirwhy notWatch at: 19:40 / 20:00what no why would you even think thatplease don't bring guard into this it'snone of your businessgod why can't you just mind your ownWatch at: 20:00 / 20:20businessshe mutters i already said i don't wantto talk about thisyou're messing everything up againno not mewhat of course it bothered me but ithought the union already knew about theWatch at: 20:20 / 20:40courtsno one calls the police the union wouldget angryyou know what the union saysgoes people listen to them and they takecare of their own which is likeeveryone here garbageWatch at: 20:40 / 21:00okayi i didn't want to get in trouble withthe otherspush her further show her the error ofWatch at: 21:00 / 21:20her waysi i didn't know i had to report iti i thought someone would take him downeventuallyyes i know it's justWatch at: 21:20 / 21:40was there anything elseno sorry i don'tnot a lot of people have phones aroundhere copper thieves take the wirespeople don't have the money to have thecables put in againthey use the union's phone or the one onWatch at: 21:40 / 22:00the coastso the union has a phone and there's onefurther down the coastgot it it was someone elsewe'll find them sooner or later officerit just might take a whileyeah go onWatch at: 22:00 / 22:20no i don't know it wasn't mei haven't been out there since i wasterrifiedspent and and the courtsyes i know who you are you're a policeofficerthe law this exact conversation hashappened beforeestablishing authority before this youngWatch at: 22:20 / 22:40girl seems to have been important to youin the pastdon't go there againyou told me back in the whirling youtold everybodyand showed us your back i don't need tohear about it anymoreWatch at: 22:40 / 23:00oh no i haven't sorryreal police were never uniforms too bythe way where's yoursyes you absolutely should it's awfulthat you lost itWatch at: 23:00 / 23:20please no not this again everyone sawyour cool gun detectiveyou were trying to impress some peoplewith it everyone was eating andyou were waving it around in everyone'sface begging them to describe ityou said it calms you and then youWatch at: 23:20 / 23:40started making suicide jokesit got pretty graphic oh those againi have been trying to wean you off themyou know when you put your gun youractualgun on your temple and pretend to shootyour brains outoff of that people don't like thatWatch at: 23:40 / 24:00i remember this you were screamingthings likemy brains are all over the wallpainting them red i won't be seeing itbecause these are my brains i can't seewithout mybrains very nice visuals thereWatch at: 24:00 / 24:20me neitherno please no more suicide threatsthank god you don't have that stupid gunanymorethere are way more inventive ways than aWatch at: 24:20 / 24:40gun to leave this worldthere is silence on the other end of thelineno idea all i know is next year wavingaround money insteadsaying things like big butts cannot lieandduns can't buy money but money canWatch at: 24:40 / 25:00always buy gunsit almost looked like he pondered butbelieve mei did not askuniform i i never saw you in any uniformyou had your things on the disco thingsWatch at: 25:00 / 25:20well you tried to jam it down the toiletsirclogging it completely after i hadunclogged the toilet and retrieved thepaperworki threw it out in the trash thinking youdidn't need iti am sorry about that anything elseWatch at: 25:20 / 25:40detectiveno absolutely noti do hope so please don't call me againWatch at: 25:40 / 26:00byeyes you have obviously done something toupset herat the whirling in wrecks when she wasstill working therei'm not mad it's just you were so drunkand so emotional all the time and thenthe skewer thing happened just made meWatch at: 26:00 / 26:20want to quitthe stuff bird the great skewer youthrew it against the wall whilescreaming[ __ ] that bird and laughing like amaniaci think you said it had been giving you[ __ ] ever since you got thereWatch at: 26:20 / 26:40it was a pretty bird there since istarted working in whirlingi really like her you call her scottyyes obviously you were the worst clientWatch at: 26:40 / 27:00i've ever seenand i have seen so many [ __ ] in thisplacei've had sailors fighting union guysgrabbing my asskids stealing booze once a guy was gluedto the karaoke machineevery night for two months but youwell you were worse than all of themhonestly you were getting borderlineWatch at: 27:00 / 27:20aggressiveeven about little things like notturning down the volume at 3 ami even liked one of those songs you keptlistening to on repeatno more i i hate it nowwe go on by the oi can't listen to it anymore you'veturned it into a parodyWatch at: 27:20 / 27:40to hell with that song then there wasyour roomyour project an experiment to see howbad it can get in therei tried to send the cleaner but youwouldn't let me threaten tomake me understand i had no idea whatyou meantWatch at: 27:40 / 28:00and i don't want to know and then youscream something about howyou're actually a real cool guy and noone understands itone of the coolest guys there is thecoolest guy in jamronsomething about disco too and theni had to deal with your toilet the oneyou clogged with police documentsWatch at: 28:00 / 28:20causing water damage downstairs in thekitcheni won't even mention you waving your gunaround harassing customersthreatening to sing karaoke threateningto kill yourselfno you really weren't you were simplythe worstWatch at: 28:20 / 28:40god i i know i shouldn't have brought itup justtry not to call me again and let'spretend it never happenedWatch at: 28:40 / 29:00wait really no this is absolutely nottrue ilike guard i really dono i was actually flattered i've alwaysliked himit was just bad timing with the corpseand all thatWatch at: 29:00 / 29:20there's a pause you can almost see heron the other side the telephone cordcoiledaround her index i didn't know what tosay to him laterthen you came and destroyed the place soi left without explainingoh i should have told him maybeWatch at: 29:20 / 29:40okay but please don't mess it upplease don't take out your gun orsomethingoh all sorts of things from discorock too so much disco and rockyes that's the one you like to singalong to the most the later it got theWatch at: 29:40 / 30:00more that one cameon interesting you still have to find acopy thoughbefore you can blast ityou hear a sigh of relief on the otherendof the radio wordless the call breaksthen the already familiar voice anythingWatch at: 30:00 / 30:20else i can help you with off yourself57 over and out in the cabinyou see a set of steering leversWatch at: 30:20 / 30:40[Music]can i help you wait whatbut what about the bird yes the birdWatch at: 30:40 / 31:00i found it lying on the floor with abroken wing the morning she leftyou broke the skeweri assure you it was him why on earth didyou have to break the skewerWatch at: 31:00 / 31:20i can't believe it i was so sure it wassilvereven worse i thought she was trying tosend me a messagea symbol of hope and all a tender typeof hopeWatch at: 31:20 / 31:40something stirs in you perhaps this iswhyyou broke it all rightdid she say anything else about me youknow did she say anything about mereally i i should i should give her acall thenWatch at: 31:40 / 32:00thanks i guess was there anything elseyou wanted toWatch at: 32:00 / 32:20Watch at: 32:20 / 32:39[Music]Watch at: 32:39 / 33:00[Music][Applause]Watch at: 33:00 / 33:20you're back good what can i help youwithnot an umbrella i hope i don't need onemyself you seeWatch at: 33:20 / 33:39sadly i need this one myself it'shydrophobicrepels water almost magicallythe company makes them for offshoreplatform personnelvery sturdy what ican do for you is answer some questionsnothing like talking to pass a rainy dayWatch at: 33:39 / 34:00more lessons in basic realitymy favorite part of the day go ahead askme anythingwhat i am not is a basic term of realityWatch at: 34:00 / 34:20there may be a way to get her speakingabout herselfat some later juncturethe pail is not technically speakingpart ofreality yes also i think we've hadenough excitement for todayremember we have a cadaver to attend toWatch at: 34:20 / 34:40his voice is lowbut firm all she can say is of courselieutenantlet's try something elsei don't think your colleague wouldappreciate that he has already been sopatient with this wholeexercise let's continue with somethingWatch at: 34:40 / 35:00elseall right you can ask about anythingelse in the worldanything you could sneak backlater when the lieutenant is not hereunless you can convince him to stepasidethese are an important times detectiveWatch at: 35:00 / 35:20you and i were born after the dust hadsettleda thousandth of a second too latefor the big timethe revolutionWatch at: 35:20 / 35:40it's quite easy every hundred years orso our species gets together to decidewhat's nextwho gets shot in the head and who getsthe mineral rightsit's a real kerfufflethose would be the communists generallyspeaking40 million people got shot in the headduring the world revolutionWatch at: 35:40 / 36:00but the communists they all got shot inthe headoh and the anarchists too they shot themwellso well don't forget they even existedshe likes the totality of itWatch at: 36:00 / 36:20did they ever before they got shotthemselvesthey shot two million peopleyes the red delugethe insulin indian deluge they call itWatch at: 36:20 / 36:40yes an acute thymine deficiency can beexacerbated by alcoholismexacerbated means made worseoh lots of people even the king got shotin the heador throwing beneath a horse or drownedWatch at: 36:40 / 37:00accounts differ it was unceremoniousjust as well he wasn't actually the kingjust the king's nephew the real kingabdicated and lived outa long and productive life as a venturecapitalist in gradWatch at: 37:00 / 37:20which one actually it doesn't matterking giyon has always been my favoritehe could smell a pr disaster brewingso he got out alive and his nephewfrasel got shot in his placehim and tens of thousands of hiswonderfully fascist kingsmenWatch at: 37:20 / 37:40it was a wild timethe liberals got the mineral rights andby mineral rightsi mean everythingliberals are usually middle-class peopledetectiveor the remaining gentry thebeneficiaries of the pre-revolutionaryWatch at: 37:40 / 38:00arrangement some were rich enough tostay with the constitutionwith monarchy big mistake others bet onthe revolutionthey were called the ultras or ultraliberalsthey fared well they didn't winso much as survive we were the last onesWatch at: 38:00 / 38:20standing when the war endedeveryone else got shot in the headrememberwe she's one of them of courseto foreign intervention the coalitionthose peoplereally took the mineral rightsWatch at: 38:20 / 38:40the liberals took everything that wasn'tnailed to the groundthe coalition took the groundthe ocean the laws and the peoplethe coalition of nations gradmesque vesper messina oranieand ciula clay the armed center of theWatch at: 38:40 / 39:00worldthey landed here and ended therevolution it was themoralist thing to do the moralistsbelieve in keeping everythingexactly the way it is they believe inmineral rightsand not shooting people in the head atleast not in the same manner and volumeWatch at: 39:00 / 39:20as the others do they are thelong-standing provisional rulers ofreversal nowthe coalition government this is theirzone of controlthey embolden the rcm with crumbs of thesame lawthey took technically speaking youare a moralist the color of moralismWatch at: 39:20 / 39:40is blue the official motto of moralinternor moralist international is a blueforget-me-nota piece of gray sky unofficialfor a moment there was hopeWatch at: 39:40 / 40:00a devout man of the centerhard to come by it's good to havesomeone who takes a moderate approach tohead shootingin your line of work i meanthe turn of the century revolutionWatch at: 40:00 / 40:20don't answer it it's a trick questionthe revolution began in o2 on the islaof grad though by the end nearly thewhole world had gotten involvedit wasn't a who but a whata pandemic of zarat a particularlyWatch at: 40:20 / 40:40virulent prion diseasewhich the authorities and grad provedunable to containthen mars came along and overthrew thegovernmentit made people overthrow theirgovernmentsindeed zerat is a highly infectiousWatch at: 40:40 / 41:00microorganism that destroyed braintissuethe actual causes of the revolution werematerial the pandemic only provided thesparkfrom reversal and grad not farthe world managed to cauterize itselfmazel'sgovernment was overthrown in 08 and thecoalition crushed the reversal communeWatch at: 41:00 / 41:20two years laterit was the endwhy you and i officerour lives in the zone of controlsomething tells you her life and yoursare not that similarmaybe it's because she has a boat andWatch at: 41:20 / 41:40you havethat necktie a pair of pantsno doubt but we share the same time andposition on the planet's crustthat counts for more than you thinka city-state divided into free marketzonesunder the everlasting interregnum of theWatch at: 41:40 / 42:00coalition of nationsand you of course the citizens militiathe zone of control is the thirdincarnation of reversalafter the failure of the suzerain andthe communemodernity they developed the marvels ofthe inter-easterly communicationWatch at: 42:00 / 42:20telematic milieus radiation coloredplasticsmeanwhile in river shoal west theaftermath continues for the fifth decade51 minus eight equals43.time fliesWatch at: 42:20 / 42:40the 20s saw a decade of urban war westof the river leveledoffshore platforms in flames still it'sregarded as an improvement on what camebefore08 to 19 was simply hellthe 30s things settled down in the 30sWatch at: 42:40 / 43:00reversal east transformed itself intothe world's largesttax haven with the internationalcommunity's blessingfor the first time in a long time itseemed like things were going somewhereno it was a market mirage fueled bycocaine and quantitative easingWatch at: 43:00 / 43:20the 40s dispelled it like a cold splashan isla wide hangover you might sayand here we arewelcome to reality babyfor her to be where she is wild pinesWatch at: 43:20 / 43:40groupmust have picked the right sidethey pick the winning side that's whythey're hereand others are notperhaps it wouldn't have turned out thatway had i been in charge i might haveWatch at: 43:40 / 44:00bet on the king and let the pines todoomi would have sided with the cannons ifyou'd seen the calibers of the thingsyou might have too perhaps it's better iwas born when i was10 of the 14 indo tribes got it wrongfailed capri tricentennialWatch at: 44:00 / 44:20so i suppose i would have been in goodcompanygood question what would you have doneWatch at: 44:20 / 44:40differentlyi see a tenth of humanitythe key of history is in the lockkeep turning at any costWatch at: 44:40 / 45:00forever in 20 yearsreversal went from a king to a communeto a zone of control she isforever but the next thing she willWatch at: 45:00 / 45:20be is something else umopinions expressed here do not reflectthe official position of the rcmand what is your official positionlieutenantmy position man my parents got ripped toshreds in the revolutioni would have gone the same way i wassaved by being two years oldWatch at: 45:20 / 45:40that's my position understandablethey are what they are who knows anafterbloom may yet come anywayenough sentimentality is there anythingelse you want to knownow's your chance ask her who she isWatch at: 45:40 / 46:00she won't get out this timeshe won't maneuver her way out of thisonei am the vilest of the vileWatch at: 46:00 / 46:20a traitor a devourer of nations andinfantsi am an ultra she raises the corner ofher mouthsmirking revealingWatch at: 46:20 / 46:40of the forbidden swamp one of those whopushed the king under a [ __ ] wagon andbetrayed the revolutionwe surrendered the nation to thefinancier piratesno sane person identifies as an ultraWatch at: 46:40 / 47:00liberal anymorenot in broad daylight you've gotreversal in your blooda real nationalist tell me now that i'veuncoiled myself are you repulsedin her green eyes you see a mixture oftruth and self satiredecades of guilt and prideWatch at: 47:00 / 47:20[Music]a fitting punishment to be forgotten ifnot forgivensave a prayer for us in our chateaus onazonand in stella maris when the dustsettledthe liberals were the only ones left toWatch at: 47:20 / 47:40clean up the messby virtue of their survival they werehanded enormous power to shape thefuturethis was all our last generation managedwith due respect to our overlords theeternalcaretaker government that keeps martineza monument to the efficacy of itsWatch at: 47:40 / 48:00artilleryi would not have relinquishedsovereignty to the coalitionnot here in martinez and not in thestella morris or delta beachheads eitherif not for my own sake she realizes hersmallcold fists are clenched she loosens themthen for my daughters we had anWatch at: 48:00 / 48:20obligation to defend our sovereigntywe should have burned the whole isladown rather than let them have itdark orange flames reflect in her greeneyesand oil fire on the oceanyes i suppose i amWatch at: 48:20 / 48:40but i wouldn't be a patriot anywhere buthere seditious talk manyes whatever else i ami'm also a mother and a wifenow should we return to realityWatch at: 48:40 / 49:00it's a neurological disorder caused by alack of vitamin bin the brain symptoms include retrogradeamnesiait's quite serious you should getyourself checked outWatch at: 49:00 / 49:20well it's either bariatric surgeryor long-term alcohol useshe knows slowly yes i performasphyxiation on yourself with your funnynecktie out in the open somewhereWatch at: 49:20 / 49:40[Applause]a bird a spencera flightless bird of the polar regionsof course you're not my dear i'm justWatch at: 49:40 / 50:00terrible at guessing gamesah this is the pier ofrue de sagislen 33awhere the tenants have been kind enoughto rent me a slotor twoa pre-revolutionary tenement oldbuildings are called tenements you seeWatch at: 50:00 / 50:20and new buildings fatima afterles battimal nouveau but 33aand 33b are not nouveauthey're old this one used to be eight toten stories talla real high rise by the standards of theWatch at: 50:20 / 50:40last centurybuilt to mirror the skyscrapers acrossthe bay in the deltathat was before the war of course mostlythe urban middle class i believethis was once primo real estate beforethe cannons locked four or five storiesoffsplat splatWatch at: 50:40 / 51:00you could be wrong but from here itappears as if she's running the brushacross her throat in a soaring motionwonderfulWatch at: 51:00 / 51:20the girl in the old lady ragslooks like a sullen and rebelliousmember of a teeninfra culture yesyou and i belong to the supraculturewe're commonthe herd the music on the radio the foodWatch at: 51:20 / 51:40in the chainrestaurant those are all too popular forthe girl in the old lady ragsshe prefers a fantasy world aninfra culture with its own dress codeand vernacularit is an illusion i'm afraid there is norefuge from the supracultureWatch at: 51:40 / 52:00young people who dye their hair funnycolours and wear old people's clothesare stupidand their little rebellion isself-defeating all rightwhat next suddenly you're not so sureyou're part of the super cultureand what would that beWatch at: 52:00 / 52:20she lets out an unrestrained laugh thecrow's feetstretching onto her cheeks my realityimpaired colleague is not so far offmany of the rcm's fashions even weaponpreferences borrow heavily from classicWatch at: 52:20 / 52:40vesper time cup showsmy precinct alone has three officers whogo by the name acebut please do continue this realityexplorationi was just remarking yes let'sWatch at: 52:40 / 53:00glad to have been of assistance thelittle that i knowanything elseWatch at: 53:00 / 53:20Watch at: 53:20 / 53:40matter of fact i don'ti have a medical condition of my ownnothing unusual thoughi'm old you seeWatch at: 53:40 / 54:00of course that's what i'm here formore lessons in basic realitymy favorite part of the day go ahead askme anythingsix kilometers south west in the valleyWatch at: 54:00 / 54:20of dogsjunior officer chad tillgroup takes aimat a rabid black doglicking its wounds in the grass to hislefthis partner emil mullins whispersyou heard what happened to tequilasunset in martinezyes he lost his mind tillbrook answersfingers on the triggerWatch at: 54:20 / 54:40don't worry ml he pulls it out slowlyslowly now he'll find it againwe always do youyou're an officer of the rcmpreciso mundonothing more nor less than the de factoWatch at: 54:40 / 55:00law enforcement body ofpost-revolutionary reversaldetective yeswe are the relationship citizens militiahe's being sarcasticyes that means not de jureWatch at: 55:00 / 55:20the rcm acts in what is poeticallycalledthe twilight of international law bothat the behest of the coalitiongovernmentand to its sugar inthe rcm's responsibilities are definedby the emergencywayfarer and elements acts three piecesof legislation keeping the city in aWatch at: 55:20 / 55:40let's be honest lastly fair stasis tothe benefit of foreign capitalall three are good to know when we areto policy[Music]Watch at: 55:40 / 56:00there's nothing basic about your roledetectiveit's true that the rcm keeps everythingthe way our seeminglypermanent provisional rule is like ityet on the other hand i know thesepeoplei deal with them daily let me tell youdearthey are not fans of you theWatch at: 56:00 / 56:20post-revolutionary decade was a disasterfor the coalition governmentravisholl in the 20s was hell especiallyon the west side of the rivergang warfare a botched privatizationschemea nuclear-powered meltdown they calledit theinternational zone because no nationWatch at: 56:20 / 56:40wanted to claim responsibilitythe rcm restored peace where thecoalition faileda true blue citizens initiativethey will never forgive you that'ssomewhat of an exaggerationin reality ours is a mutually beneficialarrangementrather schulians get to keep the peacein harvard and the coalition doesn'tWatch at: 56:40 / 57:00have to worry about itanyway sorry to intrude please continueyes lieutenant permit me to concludewith thiswho you are to me is the policethe only legitimate law enforcementauthority in reversalWatch at: 57:00 / 57:20and if those authorities drink so hardthey need help recalling the basic termsof realitywell am here to helpnothing more nor less than the diff yeshe's being sarcasticwe are yes that meansWatch at: 57:20 / 57:40not did you permit me to conclude withthisand if those authorities drink so hardthey need help recalling the basic termsof realitywell i am here to helpglad to have been of assistance thelittle that i knowWatch at: 57:40 / 58:00[Music]Watch at: 58:00 / 58:20[Music][Applause][Music][Applause][Music]Watch at: 58:20 / 58:40[Music][Music]Watch at: 58:40 / 59:00the already familiar cold touchWatch at: 59:00 / 59:20[Music][Laughter][Music]this is the nike watchman's booth thename on the door readsWatch at: 59:20 / 59:40renee ah no the chair is not asaustere as the rest of the booth a thingrey pillow is attached to the seatsecured to the styles by black ribbons[Music]stale air floods through your nostrilsnota single moat of dust floats inside yourWatch at: 59:40 / 01:00:00lungs thoughthe inside of the booth is immaculatethe drawers are empty save for oldtimesheets and receiptsone small box however does hold somecheappainkillers they are slightly out ofdateWatch at: 01:00:00 / 01:00:20oh boy where to start elevated risk ofdementiamany strokes profits diseasesudden death hair death erectilemalfunction critical flatulencewatery blood black mucousuncontrollable weeping increasedWatch at: 01:00:20 / 01:00:40sensitivity to the operainoperable joint disorder total spinalcollapsemaybe this was a bad idea you take thepainkillersthey are yours now[Music]you stand and exit the boothWatch at: 01:00:40 / 01:01:00[Music]Watch at: 01:01:00 / 01:01:20Watch at: 01:01:20 / 01:01:40sosoWatch at: 01:01:40 / 01:02:00[Music]Watch at: 01:02:00 / 01:02:20[Music]Watch at: 01:02:20 / 01:02:40[Music]so[Music]Watch at: 01:02:40 / 01:03:00[Music]Watch at: 01:03:00 / 01:03:20[Music]Watch at: 01:03:20 / 01:03:40[Music][Applause]ah[Music]Watch at: 01:03:40 / 01:04:00Watch at: 01:04:00 / 01:04:19so a rusting control panel withloose wires this panel usually closesthe waterlogturning it into a bridge that lets youcross the canalWatch at: 01:04:19 / 01:04:40but there's a crashed sammer and buttersign in the waypulling the lever probably won't doanythingyou pull the lever all the way up untilthe metal clicksagainst the contact pins you hear a softclunk then nothing happensWatch at: 01:04:40 / 01:05:00a spring brings the lever back to itsoriginal positionyou still need to close the water lockto get across the canalsome other way wasn't there a sign ofthere sayingfunctionality will be restored onwednesday morningWatch at: 01:05:00 / 01:05:19Watch at: 01:05:19 / 01:05:40we can sitWatch at: 01:05:40 / 01:06:00Watch at: 01:06:00 / 01:06:19[Music]the door is closed stillthe lootWatch at: 01:06:19 / 01:06:40Watch at: 01:06:40 / 01:07:00medicinal purposes of the pale the coverWatch at: 01:07:00 / 01:07:19of this heavy tomevery well first choose a baseingredient next you'll need to combinethe base ingredient with an appropriateWatch at: 01:07:19 / 01:07:40vehiclelastly is there anything else you'd liketo addyou've created a delicious tincture ofwhiskey and gingeraccording to the pharmacopoeia it shouldincrease your energy and focusthough in your experience it's only donethe oppositewould you like to try againWatch at: 01:07:40 / 01:08:00very well first choose a basenext you'll need to combine the baseingredientwith and lastly is there anything elseyou'd like to addyou've created a delicious tincture ofwhiskey and gingeraccording to the pharmacopoeia would youlike to try againWatch at: 01:08:00 / 01:08:20you close the book and find yourselfstaring at the familiar cover onceflipping through the book you find anumber of sectionson the general benefits of the bell alarge pharmacopoeia makes up nearly halfof the bookhave you taken any walks through the palWatch at: 01:08:20 / 01:08:40recently[Music]the book is frustratingly vague on thistopicbut it seems that if you've walkedthrough the bell you would know itWatch at: 01:08:40 / 01:09:00the face of king freesell smiles at youfor some reason the smile now strikesyouas more forced than it did beforeunsurprisingly much of this section istaken up with articles declaringunqualified supportfor the dock workers strike you skim theWatch at: 01:09:00 / 01:09:20headlinespaint the harbour red and white martineztames the wild pinesa city in revolt first we take martinezthen we take la delta finally there's abrief article by the writerg martin accusing the owner of the capeWatch at: 01:09:20 / 01:09:40side apartmentsof illegally attempting to evict certaincommunisttenants simply for not having paid theirrentaccording to these editorials privateenterprise is simply a means oforganizing labor that would alreadyhappenregardless it goes on to call the wildWatch at: 01:09:40 / 01:10:00pines anightmarish transnational leech suckingthe lifefrom the labouring classes of martinezyou flip back to the front of themagazine the table of contentsunfolds before youWatch at: 01:10:00 / 01:10:20the warn map features the patchwork gridof the streets of martinezwith directions to appropriatelytouristy locationsyear 48 resides on the upper rightcorneryour finger moves through the variousstreetsWatch at: 01:10:20 / 01:10:40across rue the song gizlane and rusensipaover san bernardin's northfinally coming to a halt on the spotwhere you are currently standingalthough the map gives no suchindicationWatch at: 01:10:40 / 01:11:00itselfthe face of king freesell smiles at youfor some reasonyou stare at the now familiar black andWatch at: 01:11:00 / 01:11:20white rainbowin cold detached prose the authordescribes a scenefrom one of the the hugo grad riots tookplace from 27to as ethnic tensions run wilda pair of young lovers meet each otheron the streetit would physically hurt you to keepreading are you sureWatch at: 01:11:20 / 01:11:40you've made the right life choices todaysirin your hand you hold four fifths ofdick mullen and the mistake the coverWatch at: 01:11:40 / 01:12:00features a pastiche of different scenesin the foreground the tagline readsdetective dick mullen needless to say itviolates nearly everyare you really reading that detective[Music]Watch at: 01:12:00 / 01:12:20well you won't find it in there thosebooks are much more about ravishinggames and gunplaythan a real police workthe note is written with a blue pencilWatch at: 01:12:20 / 01:12:40on a piece of lined office paperthe kitchen magnets have left spots onits surfacein your hand you hold four fifths ofdick mullen the cover features thetagline readsdetective dick mullen must proveneedless to sayWatch at: 01:12:40 / 01:13:00are you ready that's probably for thebest those books aren't exactly fame forthe tight plottingit's much more about theWatch at: 01:13:00 / 01:13:20Watch at: 01:13:20 / 01:13:40[Music]Watch at: 01:13:40 / 01:14:00Watch at: 01:14:00 / 01:14:20[Music]Watch at: 01:14:20 / 01:14:40Watch at: 01:14:40 / 01:15:00[Music]this door has been closed with a padlocka chalk drawn numbit's a solid lump of metal but theWatch at: 01:15:00 / 01:15:20shackle is deeply corrodeda solid pair of chain cutters would makeshort work of itthe lieutenant is concentrated on thehallwayscanning both ways for any approacheswhat are you doing you're trying to cutthe body of the lock with the chaincuttersWatch at: 01:15:20 / 01:15:40and it's really not workingi believe it's the shackles you need tocut detectiveperhaps you should give it another gothe shackle snaps like a twig and thelockfalls to the floor with a little thud itshould be possible to enter nowWatch at: 01:15:40 / 01:16:00after you detectivemaster investigator you just can't keepyourself away from locked in hiddenplacescan you[Music]nothing nothing you're rightWatch at: 01:16:00 / 01:16:20get in there deep invadeevery personal space break every lockyes that's what it is a quick peek herea short glance there it's all quite[Music]delectable[Music]Watch at: 01:16:20 / 01:16:40soWatch at: 01:16:40 / 01:17:00[Music]Watch at: 01:17:00 / 01:17:20uhWatch at: 01:17:20 / 01:17:40[Music]a plaster cast bust depicts amiddle-aged manwith impressive sideburns the name onthe plinthWatch at: 01:17:40 / 01:18:00reads cross marsup honestlyhe does kind of look like you after allhold on a second is this where you brokein hereto find out whether you're christmas offWatch at: 01:18:00 / 01:18:20[Music]except that class massive is dead he'sbeen dead for 50 years nowwell you both do seem to share anaffinity for sideburnsWatch at: 01:18:20 / 01:18:40but it seems like all class here didn'tdrink nearly as much as you[Music]very well let's look for identifyingWatch at: 01:18:40 / 01:19:00features thendoesn't he have a birthmark right herewhat about youall right but here's the big thingchristmas of luxamaranand you don't[Music]okay you win be classmates of themWatch at: 01:19:00 / 01:19:20i don't care why are you so hell-bent onproving that you're class massov anyway[Music]Watch at: 01:19:20 / 01:19:40i think you have misunderstood who hewas butif you say sothe white star the photos on the wall ithinkwe have broken into the apartment of ayoung communalhow fittingWatch at: 01:19:40 / 01:20:00whoever lives here definitely sharesyour enthusiasmthere aren't many communists around notafter the revolutionsome youth still keep the ideology goingit seemsWatch at: 01:20:00 / 01:20:20soWatch at: 01:20:20 / 01:20:40[Music][Music]Watch at: 01:20:40 / 01:21:00Watch at: 01:21:00 / 01:21:20this door is made of metal and appearsto be reinforcedso no one answerslet's goWatch at: 01:21:20 / 01:21:40[Music]Watch at: 01:21:40 / 01:22:00Watch at: 01:22:00 / 01:22:20[Music]Watch at: 01:22:20 / 01:22:40Watch at: 01:22:40 / 01:23:00a crumpled billboard reading samara andbuttersoaks in the canal two ugly lines markthe bright countenance of the blonde boyWatch at: 01:23:00 / 01:23:20depictedwhatever it is the boy on the billboardseemsvery happy about it go to milka butterthe samara and terrain makes it easierto raise goats than cowsand the local goat farmers produce highquality meatand dairy staples that add variety toWatch at: 01:23:20 / 01:23:40other nations dietsit's an acquired taste[Music]judging by the size of the impact andthe parallel lines of burnt rubberthe cause was probably a motor vehiclethese look like the same tire tracks isaw earlierin front of the whirling redsWatch at: 01:23:40 / 01:24:00side slip marks indicated that thevehicle was traveling up the craterat 35 kilometers an hourthe black marks on the roof indicatethat the vehiclevaulted from the crater to the roof ofthe shipWatch at: 01:24:00 / 01:24:20[Applause][Music]the panel served at the take-off rimthe vehicle soared through the airhitting the billboardand upsetting the posts then itcontinued its flightWatch at: 01:24:20 / 01:24:40taking the billboard with itthe sign broke the vehicles fall intothe canalthe samara butter billboard still looksfreshly paintedsuggesting it took the plunge recentlywithin the past 72 hours[Music]Watch at: 01:24:40 / 01:25:00still speeding the vehicle made a loopand vanished into the fogalong the coast[Applause]there are two good candidates thecuprice 40and the linear g22it's about the right size and the tireWatch at: 01:25:00 / 01:25:20marks look like they came from theskinny tiresfrequently found on that motor carriagethe caprice 40 is a very popular modelwith bank clerks topping pie deliverydriverssecondary school teachers cops strippersdressed as copsundressed strippersvery sturdy but light motor carriageWatch at: 01:25:20 / 01:25:40more likely than most to survive thatjumpthe lean air g22 is not a particularlypopular modeldue to its peculiar proportions whichthe manufacturer's design teamprobably thought about for too longyou'd have to follow the tracks to beWatch at: 01:25:40 / 01:26:00surethe lieutenant looks on waiting for youto wrap up your analysis[Music][Applause][Music]Watch at: 01:26:00 / 01:26:20any theories about what happened here[Music]what kind of car do you think it wasWatch at: 01:26:20 / 01:26:40that's quite likelyfrom what i can tell[Music]ohWatch at: 01:26:40 / 01:27:00the trophic uliganism i hope notfortunately we are not traffic copsshould we get back to the murder[Music]somewhere in the depths of your alcoholadult soulyou find a few threads that you canweave into a storyWatch at: 01:27:00 / 01:27:20the tip-top tourney championthe lieutenant patiently listens to thewords coming from your mouthWatch at: 01:27:20 / 01:27:40jumping canals at night if i was jacobirvi wouldn't drive in martinez the roadsare awfulshut down in conclusion it's a colorfultheory but i don't believe jacob earthdid thisshould we goWatch at: 01:27:40 / 01:28:00if we must i'm not expecting him to getfar with thisthe lieutenant consoles himselfa rusting control panel with loose wiresdangling out from the hole where anWatch at: 01:28:00 / 01:28:20indicator likeyou this panel usually closes the waterlockyou pull the lever all the way up untilthe metal clicks againstthe contact pins you hear a soft clunkthere nothing happens nothing happensa cold gust of wind blowingWatch at: 01:28:20 / 01:28:40[Music]a spring brings the lever back to itsoriginal positionyou still need to close the water lockto get across the canalsome other way wasn't there a sign overthere saying functionality will berestored on wednesday morningWatch at: 01:28:40 / 01:29:00greetings on this fine night what bringsyouhere the porn shop is always openWatch at: 01:29:00 / 01:29:20of course it's in working order stillisn't it just pick your tape and set itspinningit all starts with the tapeWatch at: 01:29:20 / 01:29:40feeling warm and enthralled by themovement of lightwhile the mind continues to race forwardlucky bastardhe's probably on parole it's tough tocome by on the streeta drug developed by the military totreat and preventradiation sickness it has psychedelicside effectsWatch at: 01:29:40 / 01:30:00and it makes your eyes turn yellowhow would i knowWatch at: 01:30:00 / 01:30:20roller dawn is just something i you knowsince the people's power disasteri was with the emergency relief brigadehad to take it for radiation sicknessWatch at: 01:30:20 / 01:30:40a bad idea some poor leftists built aparticle decay generator in hopes ofbringing affordable electricity tounderserved communitiesit malfunctioned radioactive wasteeverywhereprobably some of it in you too theWatch at: 01:30:40 / 01:31:00people's pilewas a type u particle decay generatorthat failed immediately after enteringservicereleasing radioactive waste into riveresperancea primitive nuclear reactor also calledapileWatch at: 01:31:00 / 01:31:20construction began during the communityforever showthe people continued work on it afterthe commune fellthey wanted a cheap source of energy forriver shuttle westneedless to say things didn't work outan emergency valve defectresulted in steam pressure blowing theWatch at: 01:31:20 / 01:31:40turbinetaking the fuel containment vessel up inthe explosionboth the faulty design and lack offinancescontributed to the catastrophewe were an all-volunteer forceself-organizedtried to help the fire brigades containthe spillWatch at: 01:31:40 / 01:32:00on the patch gamma radiation linescrossed with a red drop of bloodi lived by the river since i was a smallboythe esperance didn't have the art to letit all go to [ __ ] without trying to dosomething to help out there wasn't muchthe volunteer force could dohowever we wasted years in the river mudWatch at: 01:32:00 / 01:32:20years getting sickthere's a reason why everyone's tried toforget any of it ever happenand why no one has tried to repair orreplace the pileso much disappointment and early deathWatch at: 01:32:20 / 01:32:40cancer mostly and we knew all that wascoming even as we were cleaning up asbest we couldno one's everyone'sso much bitterness a bunch of poorWatch at: 01:32:40 / 01:33:00people built themselves a primitivenuclear reactorhoping for the best what do you think isgoing to happenthe cleanup happened 15 years agoi was young then later my secondaunt died left me this shackand all the assaulted junk in it so iWatch at: 01:33:00 / 01:33:20came to martinezpeople told me don't go there it's a[ __ ]i said people we just had a nuclear pilemeltdowni'm gonna get as far away from fourburgers i canstill in the same city butWatch at: 01:33:20 / 01:33:40i like the theory more than the storyoutward movement not vorticesyeah you gotta get in on those vorticesmy manhave you tried it before the lieutenantsteps awaypretending to admire some of theWatch at: 01:33:40 / 01:34:00knickknacks on displaylooks like he doesn't want to getinvolved go ahead thenhe thinks as long as you can walkstraight i don't carehe won't be your knock but he won't bethrilled about this eitherWatch at: 01:34:00 / 01:34:20every day you look the parthere you go manof coursetraffic i'm sorry officer but i don'tWatch at: 01:34:20 / 01:34:40drivei just don't like it very much movementon the road never really gelled wellwith the movement of mythoughtsnow that i think about it i do rememberhearing a thunderous noise the otherWatch at: 01:34:40 / 01:35:00nightsome kind of powerful electric vortexhitting the shop and then moving onthat sure narrows down our list ofsuspectsyeah it was pretty wild i didn't reallyknow what to make of it butWatch at: 01:35:00 / 01:35:20i know it meant somethingsure thingmaybe shady looking guys came in hereyesterdaylooking like they're just taken offtheir wild pines overallsWatch at: 01:35:20 / 01:35:40they asked if i have a police weapon toselli told them i already sold it they wenttheir wayit was a trip but you knowall sorts of people come here asking forall sorts of thingsmaybe claire really is tracking downyour gunWatch at: 01:35:40 / 01:36:00people as oleogenous as ever are seemlike they're lying even when they'rereally being truthfulyou uh you were adamant about gettingrid of it officersaid you were undeserving of a serviceweaponof the river shoal citizens militia andWatch at: 01:36:00 / 01:36:20i don't like keeping guns around theshop for longoff the charts photon emissions theunhealthy kindsure mansure let me have a lookanything else you're thinking of sellingWatch at: 01:36:20 / 01:36:40anything else your thinking is tellingWatch at: 01:36:40 / 01:37:00uhWatch at: 01:37:00 / 01:37:20so anything else you're thinking ofsellinganything else you're thinking of sellingWatch at: 01:37:20 / 01:37:40anything else you're thinking of sellinganother time perhapsWatch at: 01:37:40 / 01:38:00Watch at: 01:38:00 / 01:38:20[Music]got the 20 royalegood you got the room for the night butrememberyou'll need another 20 row tomorrowWatch at: 01:38:20 / 01:38:40[Music]Watch at: 01:38:40 / 01:39:00the bed is still cold from the brokenwindow and not too invitingbut it's yours you've earned itWatch at: 01:39:00 / 01:39:20the bed is still cold from the windblowing in from the broken windowthe mattress creaks as you close youreyes and try your hardest to fall asleep

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