- 1. Look out the window.
- 2. And doesn't this remind you
of when you were in the boat?
- 3. And then later that night you were lying,
looking up at the ceiling,
- 4. and the water in your head
- 5. was not dissimilar from the landscape.
- 6. And you think to yourself,
- 7. "Why is it that the landscape is moving,
- 8. but... the boat is still?"
- 9. And also, where is it that you're from?
- 10. - Cleveland.
- 11. - Lake Erie.
- 12. Do you have any parents back in, uh, Erie?
- 13. They passed on recently.
- 14. And, uh...
- 15. do you have a wife...
- 16. in Erie?
- 17. No.
- 18. A fiancée?
- 19. Well, I - I had one of those, but, um...
- 20. she changed her mind.
- 21. She found herself somebody else.
- 22. No.
- 23. Yes, she did.
- 24. Well, that doesn't explain
- 25. why you've come all the way out here.
- 26. All the way out here to hell.
- 27. I, uh...
- 28. I have a job...
- 29. out in, uh, the town of Machine.
- 30. Machine. That's the end of the line.
- 31. - Is it?
- 32. Well, I received a letter...
- 33. from the... people...
- 34. at Dickinson's Metal Works,
assuring me of a job there.
- 35. Is that so?
- 36. Yes. I'm an accountant.
- 37. I wouldn't know,
because, uh, I don't read.
- 38. But, uh, I'll tell you one thing for sure.
- 39. I wouldn't trust no words
writ down on no piece of paper.
- 40. Especially from no Dickinson
out in the town of Machine.
- 41. You're just as likely
to find your own grave.
- 42. Look. They're shooting buffalo.
- 43. Government says
they killed a million of 'em
- 44. last year alone.
- 45. Hyah! Hah!
- 46. Pardon me, sir.
- 47. Could you please direct me
towards the office?
- 48. Thank you.
- 49. Excuse me.
- 50. Excuse me.
- 51. How do you do, sir? I'm Bill Blake,
your new accountant from Cleveland.
- 52. What the heck are you doing here?
- 53. Oh, uh, I have here this letter...
- 54. which confirms my position here.
- 55. Well, this letter is postmarked
two months ago.
- 56. Makes you about a month late.
- 57. This here is Mr. Olafsen.
He's our new accountant.
- 58. I'm sorry.
- 59. I think there's been some mistake.
- 60. - Look, Mr. Black -
- 61. I'm a very busy man.
- 62. And Mr. Dickinson
does not pay me for idle conversation.
- 63. Well, I'm sure he doesn't,
but this letter confirms my position here.
- 64. Now, I've spent everything I had left
after my parents' funeral just to get here.
- 65. Listen, Mr. Black,
I've got a lot of work to do here,
- 66. and this ain't my business.
- 67. I'd like to speak to Mr. Dickinson.
- 68. No, I-I don't think you want to do that.
- 69. I insist on speaking to Mr. Dickinson, sir.
- 70. You? Insist?
- 71. I insist.
- 72. You insist?
- 73. Yes, I do.
- 74. Well, go on then, lad. There's the door.
- 75. All right, then.
- 76. Go on, then!
- 77. Well, I will.
- 78. Mr. Dickinson?
- 79. Hello?
- 80. Mr. Dickinson.
- 81. Who the hell are you?
- 82. And where did you get
that goddamn clown suit? Cleveland?
- 83. Uh... actually, yes, sir.
- 84. I did, uh, get it in Cleveland.
- 85. What the hell are you doing in my office?
- 86. Well, I-I-I came to talk about my job.
- 87. The only job you're gonna get in here
is pushing up daisies from a pine box.
- 88. Now, get out.
- 89. Thank you very much, sir.
- 90. Back to work, Mr. Olafsen.
- 91. Excuse me.
- 92. Excuse me. Sorry.
- 93. Pardon me, sir.
- 94. Could I get a bottle, please?
- 95. We liked you better when you was a whore.
- 96. Jackass.
- 97. Shit.
- 98. Why don't you just paint my portrait?
- 99. I'm sorry.
- 100. Let me help. Here.
- 101. This one's no good. No, it's no good.
- 102. Oh, here. Oh!
- 103. Watch yourself.
- 104. You okay? You all right?
- 105. - Yeah.
- 106. Have a drink. Would you like a drink?
- 107. Thanks.
- 108. I'm sorry.
- 109. Would you mind walking me away from here?
- 110. - Sure.
- 111. Sure.
- 112. I'll just get my suitcase.
- 113. - It's that way.
- All right.
- 114. Aw, shit.
- 115. I have a sneaking suspicion that
that large man back there...
- 116. was inebriated.
- 117. I was gonna say something,
but I don't want to cause any trouble.
- 118. No, I think it's better you didn't.
- 119. That's my room.
- 120. Wasn't...
- 121. expecting any visitor.
- 122. - Like it?
- Yes. It's beautiful.
- 123. These flowers - Gosh.
- 124. They really are something.
- 125. Yeah. Thank you.
- 126. You're welcome.
- 127. I made them from... paper.
- 128. If I ever get the money,
- 129. I'd like to make them out of cloth.
- 130. Silk.
- 131. And I'd put a drop of perfume...
- 132. French perfume...
- 133. on each one.
- 134. What does it smell like?
- 135. Paper.
- 136. Well, it is paper.
- 137. Hey, Bill.
- 138. You got any tobacco anywhere?
- 139. No, I don't smoke.
- 140. Damn.
- 141. Ow.
- 142. Oh, watch it. It's loaded.
- 143. Why do you have this?
- 144. 'Cause this is America.
- 145. Charlie.
- 146. You know, Thel...
- 147. I never wanted to go away.
- 148. I know we said it was, uh -
it was all over and everything, but...
- 149. you were always in my heart, Thel.
- 150. Always.
- 151. I, uh-
- 152. I brought you a...
- 153. Well...
- 154. it's a present.
- 155. A present?
- 156. Well, I, uh -
- 157. I'm - I'm goin'.
- 158. And, uh, I'm...
- 159. I'm sorry, Thel.
- 160. For, uh -
- 161. For intrudin'.
- 162. Well, I never really loved you anyway.
- 163. No, Charlie.
- 164. - I never stopped loving you, Thel.
- 165. Thel.
- 166. Whoa.
- 167. Yeah. Mmm.
- 168. There is white man's metal
next to your heart.
- 169. I tried to cut it out,
but it's too deep inside.
- 170. The knife would cut your heart instead
- 171. and release the spirit from within.
- 172. Stupid fucking white man.
- 173. Do you have any tobacco?
- 174. I don't smoke.
- 175. Hey, Wilson, you got any extra tobacco?
- 176. Of course you wouldn't have
any extra tobacco.
- 177. How about you?
- 178. Shit, you ain't even old enough to smoke.
- 179. Mr. John Dickinson.
- 180. Last night my youngest son, Charlie,
- 181. God bless his soul,
- 182. was gunned down in cold blood
right here in our own hotel.
- 183. The gutless murderer, one Mr. Bill Blake,
- 184. also shot to death Miss Thel Russell,
- 185. the fiancée of my beloved son.
- 186. Not only that,
- 187. but he stole a very spirited
and valuable horse,
- 188. a beautiful young pinto
- 189. that belonged to my personal family stable.
- 190. Pinto ain't - Pinto ain't rightly a horse
to fret much about, if the truth be told.
- 191. Shut up!
- 192. You three are supposed to be
the finest killers of men and Injuns
- 193. in this here half of the world.
- 194. Cole Wilson,
your reputation is already a legend.
- 195. You I know I can trust.
- 196. Conway Twill, you're a real good killer.
- 197. But be sure you keep
that goddamn trap shut.
- 198. And Johnny "The Kid" Pickett.
- 199. I heard tell you killed 14 men.
- 200. I doubt you've seen that many years.
- 201. And I ain't even gonna tell you
what I really think of ya.
- 202. I always work alone.
- 203. Uh, excuse me there, Mr. Dickinson,
but, uh, rightly I -
- 204. I never have worked with anyone else either.
I never have.
- 205. Uh, yeah, m-me neither.
- 206. Shut up!
- 207. My boy, Charlie, is dead.
- 208. Now, I ain't asking this time.
- 209. I'm tellin'.
- 210. And if somebody don't like it,
I'm prepared to do a little killin' of my own.
- 211. Now, that bastard
couldn't have got too far yet.
- 212. Well, let me just say there,
Mr. Dickinson, sir,
- 213. I think maybe we oughta
start fresh in the mornin'.
- 214. I mean, it's well after noon now,
and by the time we get finished -
- 215. all packed up and -
- 216. I want him brought here to me.
- 217. Alive or dead don't matter,
though I reckon dead would be easier.
- 218. I'm hiring you boys on an exclusive basis,
- 219. and I'm willin' to pay more money
than you've ever seen before.
- 220. Boys...
- 221. the hunt is on.
- 222. Stupid fucking white man.
- 223. I want this out over the wires.
- 224. Post a $500 reward
from here to hell and back.
- 225. Notify every marshal, deputy,
and possum-skinnin' lowlife
- 226. in the goddamn territory.
- 227. Bring everybody in.
I want that bastard's head.
- 228. And make sure you include
a full description of my pinto.
- 229. I want that horse back.
- 230. Goddamn pinto is a stupid damn animal.
- 231. Stupid as the day is long.
- 232. What the hell is he all on 'bout,
gettin' hisself all up and twisted?
- 233. Got his heart so set on one,
- 234. buy yourself a sorrel horse and paint
some white spots on it, as far as I'm concerned.
- 235. Jesus Christ.
- 236. Course, ya can't put much stock in a man
- 237. who spends the most part of a conversation
talkin' to a bear.
- 238. Talkin' to a goddamn bear.
- 239. The round stones beneath the earth -
- 240. have spoken through the fire.
- 241. What?
- 242. Things which are alike in nature
- 243. grow to look alike.
- 244. And the speaking stones
have lain a long time looking at the sun.
- 245. The speaking stones?
- 246. Some believe they descend
with the lightning.
- 247. But I believe they are on the ground
and are projected downward by the bolt.
- 248. Did you kill the white man who killed you?
- 249. I'm not dead.
- 250. What name were you given at birth,
stupid white man?
- 251. Blake.
- 252. William Blake.
- 253. Is this a lie or a white man's trick?
- 254. No.
- 255. I'm William Blake.
- 256. Then you are a dead man.
- 257. I'm sorry. I don't - I don't understand.
- 258. Is your name really William Blake?
- 259. Yes.
- 260. "Every night...
- 261. and every morn...
- 262. some to misery are born.
- 263. Every morn and every night...
- 264. some are born to sweet delight.
- 265. Some are born to sweet delight,
- 266. some are born to endless night."
- 267. I really... don't understand.
- 268. But I understand, William Blake.
- 269. You were a poet and a painter.
- 270. And now you are a killer of white men.
- 271. You must rest now, William Blake.
- 272. "Some are born to sweet delight,
- 273. some are born to endless night."
- 274. Makin' biscuits with Mommy.
- 275. Just starin' out of the window of the...
- 276. Kiss... Sweetheart...
- 277. You didn't touch it, did ya?
- 278. - Huh?
- 279. - You swear to me.
- Yeah, I swear.
- 280. You didn't get your hands on it at all, right?
- 281. Swear to me you're tellin' the truth.
- 282. Yes, I swear I'm telling the truth.
- 283. Not a goddamn word to no one, ever.
- 284. You understand?
- 285. Don't ever ask me no questions.
- 286. Where are we?
- 287. You are being followed, William Blake.
- 288. Are you sure?
I mean... how do you know?
- 289. Often the evil stench of white man
- 290. Well, why don't we, uh -
- 291. Maybe we should, uh...
- 292. What should we do?
- 293. The eagle never lost so much time
as when he submitted to learn from the crow.
- 294. You ever wish you were the moon?
- 295. Geez, my Henry's cold.
- 296. Aw, come on.
- 297. My britches been open like that how long?
- 298. We've only been ridin' a couple
of days together,
- 299. but, Jesus, one of you fellas
could've mentioned the fact that -
- 300. Unsaddle your goddamn horses.
- 301. Unsaddle your goddamn horse.
- 302. Go on.
- 303. An Injun dug this fire pit.
- 304. Well -
- 305. We ain't trackin'
no goddamned Injuns, Cole.
- 306. I mean, hell, Dickinson ain't say nothin'
'bout trackin' no goddamn Injuns.
- 307. I mean, boy's name is William Blake.
- 308. You know a lot of Indians, do ya,
named William Blake?
- 309. - I mean, "Howdy! Chief Billy here -"
- Did you hear something?
- 310. Huh?
- 311. - Did ya?
- 312. I guess it was nothin'.
- 313. You know about Wilson?
- 314. What?
- 315. Do you know about Cole Wilson?
- 316. What kind of question is that?
Course I know about Cole Wilson.
- 317. Everybody knows about him.
He's a living legend.
- 318. He fucked his parents.
- 319. He what?
- 320. He fucked his parents.
- 321. - Both of 'em?
- 322. Mother. Father. Parents.
- 323. Both of 'em. Fucked 'em.
- 324. And you know what I heard?
- 325. After he killed 'em,
- 326. cooked them up and ate 'em.
- 327. Are you telling me
he killed both his parents?
- 328. I'm telling you he killed 'em, he fucked 'em,
he cooked 'em up, he ate 'em.
- 329. He ain't got a goddamn conscience.
You understand what I'm sayin'?
- 330. He'd just as soon slit our goddamn throats
in the middle of the night as walk.
- 331. Course, someone your age...
- 332. Jesus.
- 333. If you was to put one in him...
- 334. Johnny "The Kid" Pickett
slays Cole Wilson.
- 335. William Blake.
- 336. Do you know how to use this weapon?
- 337. Not really.
- 338. That weapon will replace your tongue.
- 339. You will learn to speak through it,
- 340. and your poetry
will now be written with blood.
- 341. What is your name?
- 342. My name is Nobody.
- 343. Excuse me?
- 344. My name is Xebeche.
- 345. He-Who-Talks-Loud-Saying-Nothing.
- 346. He-Who-Talks-L -
- 347. I thought you said your name was Nobody.
- 348. I prefer to be called Nobody.
- 349. Nobody, um...
- 350. shouldn't you be
with your own tribe or something?
- 351. My blood is mixed.
- 352. My mother was Ungumpe-Piikani.
- 353. My father is Apsáalooke.
- 354. This mixture was not respected.
- 355. As a small boy I was often left to myself.
- 356. So I spent many months
stalking the elk people...
- 357. to prove I would soon
become a good hunter.
- 358. One day, finally,
my elk relatives took pity on me,
- 359. and a young elk gave his life to me.
- 360. With only my knife, I took his life.
- 361. As I was preparing to cut the meat,
white men came upon me.
- 362. They were English soldiers.
- 363. I cut one with my knife,
- 364. but they hit me on the head with a rifle.
- 365. All went black.
- 366. My spirit seemed to leave me.
- 367. I was then taken East, in a cage.
- 368. I was taken to Toronto, then Philadelphia,
- 369. and then to New York.
- 370. And each time I arrived in another city,
- 371. somehow the white men had moved
all their people there ahead of me.
- 372. Each new city contained
the same white people as the last,
- 373. and I could not understand how a whole city
of people could be moved so quickly.
- 374. Eventually I was taken on a ship,
- 375. across the great sea,
- 376. over to England,
- 377. and I was paraded before them
like a captured animal,
- 378. an exhibit.
- 379. And so I mimicked them,
- 380. imitating their ways,
- 381. hoping that they might lose interest
in this young savage.
- 382. But their interest only grew.
- 383. So they placed me
into the white man's schools.
- 384. And it was there that I discovered,
- 385. in a book,
- 386. the words that you, William Blake,
- 387. They were powerful words
and they spoke to me.
- 388. But I made careful plans
and I eventually escaped.
- 389. Once again...
- 390. I crossed the great ocean.
- 391. I saw many sad things as I made my way
back to the lands of my people.
- 392. Once they realized who I was,
- 393. the stories of my adventures angered them.
- 394. They called me a liar.
- 395. Xebeche.
- 396. He-Who-Talks-Loud-Saying-Nothing.
- 397. They ridiculed me. My own people.
- 398. And I was left to wander the earth alone.
- 399. I am Nobody.
- 400. Ain't ya glad the sun kinda sets,
prepares you, like?
- 401. I mean, what if it, like, went out sudden,
like, say, blowing out a candle or something.
- 402. I mean, you know,
one minute we're ridin' along,
- 403. we can see everything
and each other, and boom!
- 404. Next minute it's just -
You're in total darkness.
- 405. That'd scare the bejesus out of me.
- 406. Once upon a time
there were three bears in the forest.
- 407. There was a big papa bear,
a medium mommy bear,
- 408. and a tiny, little baby bear.
- 409. One morning they were gonna eat
their breakfast porridge.
- 410. They had a big bowl, a medium bowl,
and a tiny, little bowl.
- 411. But that porridge was too hot.
- 412. Stupid white man.
- 413. William Blake, you go to them.
- 414. What?
- 415. Alone?
- 416. - Why don't we just go around them?
- 417. You go.
- 418. It's a test.
- 419. I don't know those people,
and they don't look very friendly.
- 420. What if they kill me?
- 421. Nobody will observe.
- 422. She went in to their bedroom,
and there was a big bed, a medium bed -
- 423. All right. I'll go.
- 424. I'd rather not, but I'll go.
- 425. The bears got home, and Papa said,
- 426. "Somebody here ate all our porridge!"
- 427. What's the best way to get down there?
- 428. Be quiet and go.
- 429. - And he scalped her.
- All right.
- 430. And he tore her head off her body.
- 431. He took that golden hair
and he made a sweater for Baby Bear.
- 432. That's terrible.
- 433. Tonight we are reminded
of the evil emperor, Nero Augustus.
- 434. He was the scourge of all the Christians.
- 435. What's a scourge?
- 436. It's like when something real bad happens.
- 437. Like when everybody gets killed
and you can't do anything about it.
- 438. Like a swarm of locusts.
- 439. For the entertainment of his guests,
- 440. Nero would illuminate his whole garden
with the bodies of live Christians
- 441. covered in burning oil
- 442. and strung up on flaming crosses,
- 443. And at dinner...
- 444. he'd have the Christians
rubbed by his guards
- 445. with aromatic herbs and garlic
- 446. and sewn up into sacks.
- 447. And then they'd throw these sacks
to the wild dogs.
- 448. - Well, that's terrible.
- It's horrible.
- 449. Terrible is what it is.
- 450. You know, I just -
I can't drink whiskey like I used to could.
- 451. My old belly just ain't no account.
- 452. I get the shits every time, don't ya know.
- 453. I'm sorry, Big George.
- 454. I got some food here
that even Goldilocks never tasted.
- 455. I think this is gonna fix up your ol' gut.
- 456. These beans are shit.
- 457. Why don't you shut your goddamn trap
and just eat your beans.
- 458. Benmont, there's possum in these beans,
- 459. and spices too.
- 460. I tried hard.
- 461. Well, Sally, I don't give a pig's ass
what anybody says.
- 462. I still say you make
a hell of a pot of beans.
- 463. Now, why don't you say us a grace
out of the good book, would you?
- 464. Thank you, Big George.
And I'd be delighted to do that.
- 465. "This day will the Lord deliver thee
into mine hand;
- 466. and I will smite thee,
and take thine head from thee;
- 467. and I will give the carcasses
of the host of the Philistines this day
- 468. unto the fowls of the air
- 469. and the wild beasts of the earth."
- 470. - Amen.
- 471. What's a Philistine?
- 472. Well, it's just a real dirty person.
- 473. Hello.
- 474. I s-smelled...
- 475. beans.
- 476. Who you travelin' with?
- 477. I'm with Nobody.
- 478. Where you headed?
- 479. I don't know.
- 480. Do you like beans?
- 481. Oh, I... I love beans.
- 482. - Have you got any tobacco?
- I'm sorry. I don't smoke.
- 483. - Would you give me some tobacco?
- I would if I had some.
- 484. I'll trade you some beans
for some tobacco.
- 485. I don't have any tobacco,
but I'd love some beans.
- 486. Hurt.
- 487. Yes.
- 488. Eyeglasses.
- 489. Yes.
- 490. Pretty suit too.
- 491. I clean up real good, you know.
- 492. - Is that right?
- 493. - What size shoes are those?
- 494. They look very comfortable. Are they?
- 495. Not too bad.
- 496. What kind of flower is that?
- 497. Well, it's a rose...
- 498. that's made out of paper.
- 499. - Paper.
- 500. Now, you see there?
- 501. - Look at the edge on that knife.
- 502. - Feel that.
- I'd rather not.
- 503. Ah, go on.
- 504. - Mmm.
- 505. is a very, very sharp knife, that is.
- 506. - Mm-hmm. Mm-hmm.
- Yeah. Yeah.
- 507. What do you call it?
- 508. Pretty.
- 509. I'm sorry?
- 510. That hat. What do you call it?
- 511. I'm really not sure.
- 512. Ah, your hair.
- 513. Your hair is soft.
- 514. It's like a girl's.
- 515. By God, it is soft.
- 516. Now, how do you get it thataway?
- 517. See this old stuff of mine, it's just -
- 518. Well, it's just like old barn hay.
There ain't a durn thing you can do with it.
- 519. - Mmm.
- How do you -
- 520. How do you get it that way
and keep it like that?
- 521. Just lucky, I guess.
- 522. Lucky. Yeah.
- 523. Oh, yeah.
- 524. Goddamn it,
you keep your hand off of it.
- 525. I thought I told you not to touch me.
- 526. I don't give a good goddamn what you told me.
You keep your hands off his hair.
- 527. - Why? What's that to do with you then, eh?
- It's got plenty to do with me, goddamn it.
- 528. - Really?
- That's right.
- 529. - This one's mine!
- This one's yours?
- 530. Yes. This one's mine, Big George.
- 531. You had the last one.
- 532. - Is that a fact?
- I saw him first.
- 533. I don't give a shit who saw what
and who did what or who did who.
- 534. You had the last Philistine.
This one's mine.
- 535. If I want this one,
I'll have him too, by God.
- 536. Fine.
- 537. What happens if I just shoot you then, eh?
What do you think about that?
- 538. - You gonna shoot me?
- Yeah, that's right. I'm gonna shoot ya.
- 539. - Well, why don't you shoot me then, goddamn it?
- I will! I'll shoot you right now!
- 540. - Come on. Shoot me.
- I will.
- 541. Well, quit talking about it and do it,
- 542. I will.
- 543. - There you go.
- Good God, I'm hit!
- 544. Lord have mercy!
- 545. Burns like hellfire! You son of a bitch.
- 546. I'm gonna have to kill somebody now.
- 547. Well, goddamn it, I guess nobody gets you.
- 548. - What the hell?
- 549. Oh, Jesus.
- 550. The bears and the squirrels and the -
- 551. I cooked, I cleaned, and I sewed,
and I have a right to live.
- 552. Save me.
- 553. Hootka!
- 554. That's me.
- 555. "Wanted.
- 556. For the brutal murders of one Thel Russell
and one Charles Ludlow Dickinson."
- 557. I didn't kill Thel.
- 558. I didn't kill Thel.
- 559. Your actions are useless.
- 560. This is complete fabrication. They can't...
- 561. You cannot stop the clouds
by the building of a ship.
- 562. What?
- 563. What did you say?
- 564. You know, I've had it up to here
with this Indian malarkey.
- 565. I haven't understood a single word
you've said since I met you.
- 566. Not one single word.
- 567. Are you sure you have no tobacco?
- 568. I've already told you, I don't smoke.
- 569. If I don't smoke, there's a pretty good chance
that I don't have any tobacco.
- 570. William Blake.
- 571. Whoa.
- 572. Whoa.
- 573. I guess the best advice
is just not to take any damn advice.
- 574. Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa.
- 575. What the hell is that?
- 576. What's that say?
- 577. Read it.
- 578. "Wanted.
- 579. - William Blake."
- 580. For the amount of $500.
- 581. Shit.
- 582. Hell, ain't we about more fucked
than a whore at closin' time, huh?
- 583. Thanks to goddamn Mr. Dickinson, huh?
- 584. I'll tell ya what that there says, huh.
- 585. It says some pelt-wearin' trapper,
- 586. some stinkin',
bean-suckin' possum skinner,
- 587. he's gonna collect that reward money.
- 588. Make you feel good? Huh?
- 589. - A damn pelt skinner.
- I'll be damned.
- 590. $500?
- 591. I don't understand.
I thought we was hired exclusive.
- 592. I mean, he paid us in gold in advance.
- 593. I'm out here in the middle of shit's creek
with two loco lunatics.
- 594. One who don't say nothin' -
- 595. and the other one,
he won't ever stop yappin'.
- 596. You gonna shed tears for us?
- 597. I wouldn't do that if I were you.
- 598. And why not?
- 599. Because it ain't good for your health.
- 600. Fuck you.
- 601. Fuck me?
- 602. Fuck you.
- 603. Goddamn it.
- 604. Jesus, Cole.
- 605. He's just a kid.
- 606. He's a Navajo mud toy now.
- 607. Yeah.
- 608. Oh-hoh.
- 609. I have just ingested the food
of the Great Spirit.
- 610. Grandfather peyote.
- 611. Do you think
I could have a little bite of it?
- 612. It's not for use, even for William Blake.
- 613. The powers of the medicine
gives you sacred visions
- 614. that are not for you right now.
- 615. My southern brothers
were prohibited from using it...
- 616. by the Spanish devils.
- 617. But now,
- 618. even the Notnomemesa and the Dene...
- 619. know of its loving ways.
- 620. What?
- 621. What are you looking at?
- 622. William Blake.
- 623. It's so strange that you don't remember
any of your poetry.
- 624. I don't know anything about poetry.
- 625. Oh, you're so modest.
- 626. Listen.
- 627. I feel very weak.
- 628. I'm hungry.
- 629. The quest for vision is a great blessing,
- 630. To do so,
one must go without food and water.
- 631. All the sacred spirits
- 632. recognize those who fast.
- 633. It's good to prepare for a journey
in this way.
- 634. I seem to have misplaced my eyeglasses.
- 635. I can't see clearly.
- 636. Perhaps you will see more clearly
- 637. You're a very strange man.
- 638. Very strange.
- 639. May the great spirit watch over you,
- 640. Nobody?
- 641. Nobody?
- 642. Nobody?
- 643. Nobody?
- 644. Hey, Marvin.
- 645. What?
- 646. How come Dickinson's telegram
didn't give no description
- 647. of the horse this murderin' fucker stole?
- 648. It did, Lee.
- 649. A pinto, just like that one.
- 650. White legs, brown ass, brown sides.
- 651. It did? I don't think it did, Marvin.
- 652. Well, you asshole!
- 653. You got the damn telegram on you.
Take it out and look.
- 654. That's right. Yeah, I got it here.
I'll check it.
- 655. Maybe I've been thinking
of them wanted posters.
- 656. Lee, it's him.
- 657. You William Blake?
- 658. Yes, I am.
- 659. Do you know my poetry?
- 660. Some are born...
- 661. to endless night.
- 662. Rome weren't built in a day, Cole.
- 663. Of course, uh,
I wasn't overseein' that particular job.
- 664. - Fresh kill.
- 665. Yeah. No damn tobacco, that's for sure.
- 666. Some kind of telegram or something?
- 667. What's that say?
- 668. Dickinson again.
- 669. Aw, goddamn Dickinson.
- 670. You mean to tell me
he's even got the law involved in this now?
- 671. Jesus.
- 672. I tell you one thing though.
- 673. If that there Blake fella
keeps on shooting marshals,
- 674. I might end up liking the bastard.
- 675. Looks like a goddamn religious icon.
- 676. Anyhow, gettin' back
to the beginning of the story,
- 677. my granddaddy come over from Scotland.
- 678. You see, we was actually part
of the MacTwill clan.
- 679. I believe the clan tartan
was a kind of gold and purple,
- 680. if I remember correctly.
- 681. I never wore a lick of it myself.
- 682. Dropped the "Mac" part of the name
when he decided to come out West
- 683. on account of he figured
it'd get him more work and all.
- 684. How 'bout your family history there, Cole?
Let me guess.
- 685. I kind of figured you for a German, huh?
- 686. I mean, am I right? Am I close?
- 687. Austrian?
- 688. I'd like to speak with Mr. Dickinson,
- 689. I insist on speaking with Mr. Dickinson.
- 690. Goddamn redskins!
- 691. Nobody?
- 692. William Blake.
- 693. She's upset.
- 694. She's beautiful.
- 695. - She didn't mean to call you that.
- 696. But you sure interrupted
a very romantic moment, William Blake.
- 697. Oh, I'm sorry.
- 698. You just stay here until I return.
- 699. Don't let the sun burn a hole in your ass,
- 700. Rise now, and drive your cart and plow
over the bones of the dead.
- 701. Do you still have my eyeglasses?
- 702. No. I traded them.
- 703. You traded them?
- 704. Do you have any tobacco?
- 705. No.
- 706. I traded it.
- 707. For what?
- 708. I'm not telling.
- 709. Liar.
- 710. Thief.
- 711. I will take you
to the bridge made of waters.
- 712. The mirror.
- 713. Then you will be taken up
to the next level of the world.
- 714. The place where William Blake is from,
- 715. where his spirit belongs.
- 716. I must make sure
that you pass back through the mirror
- 717. at the place where the sea meets the sky.
- 718. White man's trading post.
- 719. Indians get diseases there.
- 720. What do you mean?
- 721. Smallpox.
- 722. Consumption.
- 723. Blankets are infected.
- 724. It spreads to the villages.
- 725. I see you've acquired a new weapon.
- 726. Hmm? Oh, yes, a Winchester.
- 727. - Hmm.
- Here, take it.
- 728. No.
- 729. No, really. Take it.
- 730. I took it off a dead white man.
- 731. Did William Blake kill this white man?
- 732. Yes.
- 733. William Blake killed the white man.
- 734. We need a canoe.
- 735. The water.
- 736. "For the brutal murders of Charles Dickinson
and fiancée Thel Russell.
- 737. Also the murders of the following:
Territorial Marshal Throneberry,
- 738. Deputy Hazlewood, Big George Drakoulious,
- 739. Benmont Tench,
- 740. and one Salvatore 'Sally' Jenko."
- 741. - It's not bad.
- 742. It's not a bad illustration of you,
- 743. Well, I want you to have it.
- 744. It's a present.
- 745. Oh-hoh.
- 746. Good morning.
- 747. May you serve the Lord,
- 748. and may his holy dominion
guide you through your dismal life.
- 749. How can I be of assistance, my poor man?
- 750. All our ammunition is guaranteed.
- 751. This latest batch was, in fact,
- 752. by the archbishop of Detroit.
- 753. Good morning.
- 754. May our Lord, Jesus Christ,
wash this earth with his holy light...
- 755. and purge its darkest places
from heathens and...
- 756. Philistines.
- 757. The vision of Christ that thou dost see...
- 758. is my vision's greatest enemy.
- 759. Do you have tobacco?
- 760. We sure don't.
- 761. Aren't those tins of tobacco
right there behind you?
- 762. Sure are.
- 763. But those cans are empty.
- 764. There's no tobacco in them.
- 765. Perhaps I could interest you
in some beads.
- 766. Or possibly a blanket.
- 767. Blanket.
- 768. Yes, my fine fellow. Ammunition?
- 769. Uh, I'd like some tobacco, please.
- 770. Well, I may have one or two twists left.
- 771. From my personal supply, you understand.
- 772. For good friends only.
- 773. Good Lord.
- 774. You're William Blake.
- 775. Yes, I am.
- 776. By the grace of the Lord Almighty.
- 777. Sir, would it be presumptuous of me
to ask you for...
- 778. for your autograph?
- 779. Please, kind sir.
- 780. It would be a great honor.
- 781. Pardon me.
- 782. There's my autograph.
- 783. God damn your soul to the fires of hell.
- 784. He already has.
- 785. Hootka.
- 786. I'm tired.
- 787. I'll free their horses.
- 788. I see you've collected
some more white man's metal.
- 789. Yes.
- 790. I seem to be a magnet for it.
- 791. Yeah.
- 792. Good day for a canoe ride.
- 793. Nobody?
- 794. Is this the boat...
- 795. that'll take me
across the mirror of water?
- 796. No.
- 797. This boat's not strong enough,
- 798. God.
- 799. - Oh-hoh!
- 800. Ho.
- 801. Oh-hoh!
- 802. Stand up, William Blake.
- 803. William Blake.
- 804. Stand up.
- 805. Walk proudly, William Blake.
- 806. That man there?
- 807. I know him.
- 808. He's a great builder of sea canoes.
- 809. Hello.
- 810. I prepared your canoe with cedar boughs.
- 811. It's time for you to leave now,
- 812. Time for you to go back
to where you came from.
- 813. You mean Cleveland?
- 814. Back to the place
where all the spirits came from...
- 815. and where all the spirits return.
- 816. This world will no longer concern you.
- 817. Found some tobacco.
- 818. That tobacco is for your voyage...
- 819. William Blake.
- 820. Nobody.
- 821. I don't smoke.
- 822. Oh-hoh, William Blake.