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الأربعاء، 5 نوفمبر، 2014

The Man From Earth

جون أولدمان دكتزر تاريخ في الجامعة ناجح و على وشك تولي قسم التاريخ لكنه يقرر ان يرحل بشكل مفاجئ



زملائه من دكاترة الجامعة يزورونه في بيته الذي تدور كل احداث الفيلم داخله ليسئلوه عن سبب رحيله






سأل أحدهم : ماذا نفعل في بقية اليوم ؟
رد أحدهم : هل سـ يفتح أحدكم موضوع ؟
هُنا قآل جون : حسناً ربما ، ... هُناك شيئاً أردت أخباركم به ،
أنا لم أفعل هذا من قبل وأتسائل إن كان سيفلح .. !
أريد أن أسأل سؤال سخيف ... !
" ماذا لو كان هُناك رجُلاً من العصر الحجري نجا حتى يومنا هذا " ؟



John Oldman: What if a man from the Upper Paleolithic had survived until the present day?




The Man from Earth (2007) Poster



الفيلم كله يدور حول هذه النقطة , هل النظرية حقيقة , هل الدكتور هو هذا الشخص ؟؟



لهذا يسافر كل فتره حتى لا يلاحظ الناس انه لا يشيخ و لا يعجز



احب هذه الافلام التي تدفعك للتفكير



Sandy: Do you really think you’re a caveman?



John: Do you?



Sandy: Could you love me, Or don’t you believe in that anymore?



John: I’ve gotten over it too many times. Fond of you… certainly attracted to you.



Sandy: That’s it? I can work with that.






Harry: Edith, I was raised on the Torah, my wife on the Qu'Ran, my eldest son is an Atheist, my youngest is a scientologist, my daughter is studying Hinduism, I imagine there is room there for a holy war in my living room, but we practice live and let live.

Edith: [Angry] Where were you in 1292 A.D.?

John Oldman: [Calm] Where were you a year ago today?

Sandy: I love you. Take whatever you can get.
John: Like ten years?
John: Every ten years or so, when people start to notice I don’t age, I move on.
Dan: There’s absolutely no way in the whole world for John to prove this story to us, just like there’s no way for us to disprove it. No matter how outrageous we think it is, no matter how highly trained some of us think we are, there’s absolutely no way to disprove it. Our friend is either a caveman, a liar, or a nut.

John: Living 14,000 years didn’t make me a genius. I just had time.
Dan: Time. We can’t see it, we can’t hear it, we can’t weigh it, we can’t measure it in a laboratory. It’s a subjective sense of becoming what we are instead of what we were a nanosecond ago, becoming what we will be in another nanosecond. The hopis see time as a landscape, existing before and behind us, and we move– We move through it, slice by slice.
Linda: Clocks measure time.
Dan: No, they measure themselves. The objective referent of clock is another clock.

Will: Fourteen thousand years. Injuries, illness, disasters. You’ve survived them all. You’re a very lucky man.

Will: You’ve talked a good deal about your extraordinary amount of living. What do you think of dying, John? Do you fear death?
John: Who wouldn’t? How did primitive man regard death? Well, we had the practical concept. You know, we stopped, Fell down, didn’t get up, started to smell bad, come apart. Injuries we could understand– If someone’s insides were all over the ground. Infections… they were, uh, mysterious. Aging… the biggest mystery of all. You realized you were different. Longer to realize how I was different, to find a way to synthesize my experience into a view of myself. At first, I thought everybody had something wrong with them.
They got old and they died, animals, too… but not me.

Will: What does a day or a year or a century mean to you? The birth-death cycle?
John: Turbulence. I meet someone, learn their name, say a word, they’re gone. Others come like waves. Rise, fall. Ripples in a wheat field, blown by the wind.

Will: Prehistory was strongly patriarchal.

Will to John: Or are you a vampire, John? Even an unknowing one. Do you stand alive and tall in a graveyard that you helped to fill? That’s going too far. Bored, perhaps lonely, because your heart cannot keep its treasures. Is that what you’re doing? Have you led a wrongful life?

Dan: Are you religious, John?
John: I don’t follow a known religion. No. Ever. Long time ago I did, like most people. Some just never get over it.
Dan: Do you believe in god?
John: As laplace said, “I have no need of that hypothesis.” He may be around, though.

Harry: The entire bible is mostly myth and allegory with maybe some basis in historical events.

Edith: The new new testament is sacrilege.
Dan: There are a dozen new new testaments, from hebrew to greek, to latin, to tyndale, all the way to king james, all revisionist, and all called revealed truth.
Edith: I mean a new new testament in 100 words.
Harry: I can give you the ten commandments in ten words. Don’t. Don’t, don’t, don’t, Don’t, don’t, don’t, don’t, don’t, don’t.

Dan: The commandments are just modern updates of more ancient laws. Hammurabi’s code.

Art: Edith, I was raised on the torah… my wife, on the koran. My oldest son is an atheist. My youngest is a scientologist. My daughter is studying Hinduism. I imagine that there is room there for a holy war in my living room, but we practice live and let live.





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