- 1. I used to want to save the world.
- 2. This beautiful place.
- 3. But I knew so little then.
- 4. It is a land of magic and wonder.
- 5. Worth cherishing in every way.
- 6. But the closer you get,
- 7. the more you see the great darkness
- 8. And mankind?
- 9. Mankind is another story altogether.
- 10. What one does when faced with the truth
is more difficult than you think.
- 11. I learned this the hard way.
- 12. A long, long time ago.
- 13. And now,
- 14. I will never be the same.
- 15. Merci.
- 16. Hello, Diana.
- 17. - Hello, Diana.
- 18. Diana!
- 19. Diana!
- 20. Come back!
- 21. - It looks very good.
- Very good.
- 22. How is she doing?
- 23. She's good.
- 24. - Keep working with her.
- I will.
- 25. Naomi.
- 26. Diana!
- 27. Diana, I see you.
- 28. Where are you going?
- 29. Hello, Mother.
- 30. How are you today?
- 31. Let's get you back to school
before another tutor quits.
- 32. But don't you think
it's time to start my training?
- 33. Antiope thinks I'm ready.
- 34. Does she?
- 35. I could begin showing her some things.
- 36. She should at least
be able to defend herself.
- 37. From whom?
- 38. In the event of an invasion.
- 39. Isn't that why I have
the greatest warrior in our history
- 40. leading an entire army, General?
- 41. I pray a day will never come
where she has to fight.
- 42. But you know,
a scorpion must sting,
- 43. - a wolf must hunt...
- She is a child.
- 44. The only child on the island.
Please let her be so.
- 45. But, Mother...
- 46. There will be no training.
- 47. What if I promised to be careful?
- 48. It's time to sleep.
- 49. What if I didn't use a sword?
- 50. Fighting does not make you a hero.
- 51. Just a shield then. No sharp edges.
- 52. Diana, you are the most
precious thing in the world to me.
- 53. I wished for you so much so,
I sculpted you from clay myself
- 54. and begged Zeus to give you life.
- 55. You've told me this story.
- 56. Which is why tonight
I will tell you a new one.
- 57. A story of our people,
and my days of battle.
- 58. Yes!
- 59. So you will finally understand
why war is nothing to hope for.
- 60. Long ago, when time was new
- 61. and all of history was still a dream,
- 62. the Gods ruled the Earth,
- 63. Zeus king among them.
- 64. Zeus created beings
over which the Gods would rule.
- 65. Beings born in his image,
- 66. fair and good,
strong and passionate.
- 67. He called his creation "man."
And mankind was good.
- 68. But Zeus's son
grew envious of mankind
- 69. and sought to corrupt
his father's creation.
- 70. This was Ares, the God of War.
- 71. Ares poisoned men's hearts
with jealousy and suspicion.
- 72. He turned them against one another
- 73. and war ravaged the Earth.
- 74. So, the Gods created us, the Amazons,
- 75. to influence men's hearts with love
- 76. and restore peace to the Earth.
- 77. And for a brief time, there was peace.
- 78. But it did not last.
- 79. Your mother, the Amazon Queen,
led a revolt
- 80. that freed us all from enslavement.
- 81. When Zeus led the Gods to our defense,
- 82. Ares killed them one by one,
- 83. until only Zeus himself remained.
- 84. Zeus used the last of his power
to stop Ares,
- 85. striking such a blow,
the God of War was forced to retreat.
- 86. But Zeus knew
- 87. that one day, Ares might return
to finish his mission.
- 88. An endless war,
- 89. where mankind would finally
- 90. and us with them.
- 91. So Zeus left us a weapon,
- 92. one powerful enough to kill a God.
- 93. With his dying breath,
Zeus created this island
- 94. to hide us from the outside world,
- 95. somewhere Ares could not find us.
- 96. And all has been quiet ever since.
- 97. We give thanks to the Gods
for giving us this paradise.
- 98. And the Godkiller?
- 99. The Godkiller?
- 100. The weapon that's strong enough
to kill a god.
- 101. Can I see it?
- 102. The Gods gave us many gifts.
- 103. One day, you'll know them all.
- 104. This great tower is where we keep them.
- 105. The Godkiller.
- 106. It's beautiful.
- 107. Who would wield it?
- 108. I pray it will never be called to arms.
- 109. But only the fiercest among us
- 110. And that is not you, Diana.
- 111. You see, you're safe,
- 112. and there is nothing
you should concern yourself with.
- 113. You keep doubting yourself, Diana.
- 114. - No, I don't.
- Yes, you do.
- 115. No, I don't.
- 116. You are stronger than you believe.
- 117. You have greater powers than you know.
- 118. - But if you don't try hard...
- 119. Are you hurt?
- 120. No, Mother, I'm fine,
- 121. - I was just...
- 122. It seems I'm not
the revered queen I should be.
- 123. Disobeyed, betrayed by my own sister...
- 124. No, Mother.
It was me, I asked her to...
- 125. Take her to the palace.
- 126. Off you go.
- 127. You left me no choice, Hippolyta.
- 128. You neglect your duty
if she cannot fight.
- 129. You speak of a time that may never come.
- 130. He might never return.
- 131. He could have died from his wounds.
- 132. Ares is alive.
- 133. You feel it, as I do, in your bones.
- 134. It is only a matter of time
before he returns.
- 135. The stronger she gets,
the sooner he'll find her.
- 136. Hippolyta, I love her as you do.
- 137. But this is the only way
to truly protect her.
- 138. You will train her harder than
any Amazon before her.
- 139. Five times harder,
- 140. ten times harder.
- 141. Until she is better than even you.
- 142. But she must never know the truth
- 143. about what she is
- 144. or how she came to be.
- 145. Harder.
- 146. You're stronger than this, Diana.
- 147. Again.
- 148. Never let your guard down.
- 149. You expect the battle to be fair.
- 150. A battle will never be fair.
- 151. Antiope!
- 152. Lay still.
- 153. You are bleeding.
- 154. - I'm sorry...
- Wait, Diana, wait.
- 155. What have I done?
- 156. I'm sorry.
- 157. Where did this fog come from?
- 158. There. Go forward!
- 159. There he is! The pilot! I can see him.
- 160. He's there!
- 161. Wow.
- 162. You're a man.
- 163. Yeah. I mean...
- 164. Do I not look like one?
- 165. Where are we?
- 166. Themyscira.
- 167. Therma-what?
- 168. Who are you?
- 169. I'm one of the good guys,
and those are the bad guys.
- 170. What?
- 171. The Germans. Come on,
we need to get out of here.
- 172. - The Germans?
- 173. Step away from her, now!
- 174. Ready your bows!
- 175. They have guns, right?
- 176. Fire!
- 177. Fire!
- 178. Come on!
- 179. Stay there!
- 180. Shield!
- 181. No!
- 182. No!
- 183. No.
- 184. No, no. Antiope. Antiope.
- 185. Antiope, hey. Hey, hey.
- 186. Hey.
- 187. - Diana.
- Be still.
- 188. The time has come.
- 189. You... You must...
- 190. What? What, Antiope?
- 191. Godkiller.
- 192. - Diana, go...
- Go where?
- 193. - Go where?
- 194. No, please, no. No. No!
- 195. No, no, no.
- 196. - No!
- 197. No!
- 198. - You.
- 199. No, Mother, no.
- 200. He fought at my side
against the invaders.
- 201. What man fights against his own people?
- 202. - These aren't my people.
- Then why do you wear their colors?
- 203. I can't tell you that.
- 204. You need to tell us now!
- 205. What is your name?
- 206. I can't tell you that either.
- 207. We should kill him now,
and be done with it.
- 208. If he dies,
- 209. we know nothing about who they are,
and why they came.
- 210. My, uh,
- 211. name is Captain Steve Trevor,
pilot, American Expeditionary Forces.
- 212. Serial number 8141921.
- 213. That's all I'm at liberty to...
- 214. Assigned to British Intelligence.
- 215. What the hell is this thing?
- 216. The Lasso of Hestia compels you
to reveal the truth.
- 217. But it's really hot.
- 218. It is pointless, and painful, to resist.
- 219. What is your mission?
- 220. Whoever you are,
you are in more danger than you think.
- 221. What is your mission?
- 222. I am a...
- 223. I am a...
- 224. I am a spy.
- 225. I'm a spy. I'm a spy.
- 226. British Intelligence got word
- 227. that the leader of the German Army,
- 228. would be visiting a secret military
installation in the Ottoman Empire.
- 229. I posed as one of their pilots,
and flew in with them.
- 230. According to our intel,
the Germans had no troops left,
- 231. no money, no munitions of any kind.
- 232. But our intel was wrong.
- 233. The Germans had the Turks
building bombs for them.
- 234. And not just bombs, new weapons.
- 235. Secret weapons.
- 236. Invented by Ludendorff's
chief psychopath, Dr. Isabel Maru.
- 237. The boys in the trenches
called her "Dr. Poison."
- 238. And for good reason.
- 239. From what I could tell, if Dr. Maru
was able to complete her work,
- 240. millions more would die.
The war would never end.
- 241. I was there to observe and report,
- 242. but I had to do something.
- 243. I'm so close.
- 244. I know I can make the gas
penetrate the mask.
- 245. I just... I need more time.
- 246. Unfortunately, Doctor,
we do not have more time.
- 247. This work, this...
- 248. Get that man!
- 249. There!
- 250. But if I can get these notes back
to British Intelligence in time,
- 251. it could stop millions more from dying.
- 252. It could stop the war.
- 253. War? What war?
- 254. The war.
- 255. The war to end all wars.
- 256. Four years,
- 257. 27 countries,
- 258. 25 million dead,
- 259. soldiers and civilians.
- 260. Innocent people,
- 261. women and children slaughtered.
- 262. Their homes and their villages
looted and burned.
- 263. Weapons far deadlier than you can
- 264. ever imagine.
- 265. It's like nothing I've ever seen.
- 266. It's like the world's going to end.
- 267. Should we let him go?
- 268. And risk him bringing
more men to our shores?
- 269. We cannot hold him forever, my queen.
- 270. Mother. Excuse me,
- 271. but after everything the man said,
this must be Ares.
- 272. What are you talking about, child?
- 273. Forgive me, Senator,
but the man called it "a war without end."
- 274. Millions of people already dead.
- 275. Like nothing he's ever seen.
- 276. Only Ares could do such a thing.
- 277. We cannot simply let him go.
We must go with him.
- 278. I will not deploy our army
and leave Themyscira defenseless
- 279. to go and fight their war.
- 280. It is not their war.
- 281. Zeus created man to be
just and wise, strong and passionate...
- 282. That was a story, Diana!
- 283. There is much you do not understand.
- 284. Men are easily corrupted.
- 285. Yes, but Ares is behind that corruption!
- 286. It is Ares who has
these Germans fighting.
- 287. And stopping the God of War
is our foreordinance.
- 288. As Amazons, this is our duty.
- 289. But you are not an Amazon
like the rest of us.
- 290. So you will do nothing.
- 291. As your queen, I forbid it.
- 292. Strange.
- 293. Is it true you saved his life?
- 294. Who told you that?
- 295. He did.
- 296. Whoa! I...
- 297. I didn't see you come in.
- 298. Would you say you're a
- 299. typical example of your sex?
- 300. I am
- 301. above average.
- 302. What's that?
- 303. It's a...
- 304. Oh! Um...
- 305. It's a watch.
- 306. A watch?
- 307. Yeah, it's a watch.
- 308. It tells time.
- 309. My father gave it to me.
- 310. It's been through hell and back
- 311. Now it's with me,
and good thing it's still ticking.
- 312. What for?
- 313. Because it tells time.
- 314. When to eat, sleep, wake up, work.
- 315. You let this little thing
tell you what to do?
- 316. Yeah.
- 317. Can I ask you some questions?
- 318. - Where are we?
- 319. No, I got that before.
But I mean, where are we?
- 320. What is this place?
Who are you people?
- 321. Why does the water do that?
- 322. How come you don't know what a watch is?
How come you speak English so well?
- 323. We speak hundreds of languages.
- 324. We are the bridge to
a greater understanding between all men.
- 325. Right.
- 326. You know, I didn't get a chance
to say this, uh, earlier,
- 327. but thank you for dragging me
out of the water.
- 328. Thank you
- 329. for what you did on the beach.
- 330. So,
- 331. you're here to let me go?
- 332. I tried, but it's not up to me.
- 333. I even asked them to send me with you.
- 334. Or anyone.
- 335. An Amazon.
- 336. The Amazons.
- 337. The Amazons?
- 338. It is our sacred duty
to defend the world.
- 339. And I wish to go.
- 340. But my mother will not allow it.
- 341. Well,
- 342. I can't say I blame her.
- 343. The way this war is going,
- 344. I wouldn't want to
let anyone I care about near it.
- 345. Then why do you want to go back?
- 346. I don't think "want" is the word.
- 347. I guess I gotta try.
- 348. My father told me once,
- 349. he said, "If you see something wrong
happening in the world,
- 350. "you can either do nothing,
or you can do something."
- 351. And I already tried "nothing."
- 352. Nice outfit.
- 353. Oh, thank you.
- 354. Now, I will show you
the way off the island
- 355. and you will take me to Ares.
- 356. Deal.
- 357. I'm leaving in that?
- 358. We are.
- 359. Yeah, we're leaving in that?
- 360. Do you not know how to sail?
- 361. Of course I know how to sail.
- 362. Why wouldn't I know how to sail?
- 363. It's been a while.
- 364. I'm going, Mother.
- 365. I cannot stand by
while innocent lives are lost.
- 366. If no one else will defend the world
from Ares, then I must.
- 367. I have to go.
- 368. I know.
- 369. Or at least I know I cannot stop you.
- 370. There is so much...
- 371. So much you do not understand.
- 372. I understand enough.
- 373. That I'm willing to fight for those
who cannot fight for themselves.
- 374. Like you once did.
- 375. You know that if you choose to leave,
- 376. you may never return.
- 377. Who will I be if I stay?
- 378. This belonged to
the greatest warrior in our history,
- 379. our beloved Antiope.
- 380. Make sure you are worthy of it.
- 381. I will.
- 382. Be careful in the world of men, Diana.
- 383. They do not deserve you.
- 384. You have been my greatest love.
- 385. Today,
- 386. you are my greatest sorrow.
- 387. Should you have told her?
- 388. The more she knows,
the sooner he'll find her.
- 389. How long until we reach the war?
- 390. The war? Which part?
- 391. The Western Front in France
- 392. is 400 miles long
from the Alps to the North Sea.
- 393. Where the fighting
is the most intense, then.
- 394. If you take me there,
I'm sure I'll find Ares.
- 395. Ares? As in, the God of War?
- 396. The God of War is our responsibility.
Only an Amazon can defeat him.
- 397. With this.
- 398. And once I do,
- 399. the war will end.
- 400. Look, I appreciate your spirit,
- 401. but this war is...
- 402. It's a great big mess.
- 403. And there's not a whole lot
you and I can do about that.
- 404. I mean, we can get back to London,
and try to get to the men who can.
- 405. I'm the man who can!
- 406. And once I find and destroy Ares,
- 407. the German armies
will be freed from his influence
- 408. and they will be good men again,
and the world will be better.
- 409. Great.
- 410. You'll see.
- 411. What are you doing?
- 412. Oh, I thought maybe you'd want to
- 413. get some sleep.
- 414. And what about you?
Are you not sleeping?
- 415. Does the average man not sleep?
- 416. Yes, we sleep.
We just don't sleep with, uh...
- 417. You don't sleep with women?
- 418. No. I mean, I do sleep with...
I sleep with...
- 419. Yes, I do.
- 420. But, out of the, uh,
- 421. confines of marriage
- 422. it's just...
- 423. It's not polite to assume, you know?
- 424. "Marriage"?
- 425. Marriage. Do you not have that on...
- 426. You go before a judge
- 427. and you swear to love,
honor and cherish each other
- 428. until death do you part.
- 429. And do they?
Love each other till death?
- 430. Not very often, no.
- 431. Then why do they do it?
- 432. I have no idea.
- 433. So, you cannot sleep with me
unless I marry you.
- 434. I will sleep with you, if you want.
I'll sleep right there.
- 435. There's plenty of room.
- 436. - Then, fine, if you don't mind...
- No, it's up to you.
- 437. I know it's up to me, I'm making
the choice. I will come sleep with you.
- 438. Okay.
- 439. Yeah, just...
- 440. Okay.
- 441. You know, where I come from,
I'm not considered average.
- 442. You know, being a spy,
- 443. you have to show a certain amount of
- 444. vigor.
- 445. Have you never met a man before?
What about your father?
- 446. I had no father.
- 447. My mother sculpted me from clay
- 448. and I was brought to life by Zeus.
- 449. Well, that's neat.
- 450. Sorry.
- 451. Where I come from,
- 452. babies are made differently.
- 453. You refer to reproductive biology.
- 454. - Yes, yes.
- Yeah, I know.
- 455. I know all about that.
- 456. I mean, I refer to that,
and other things.
- 457. The pleasures of the flesh.
- 458. Do you know about that?
- 459. I've read all 12 volumes of Clio's
Treatises on Bodily Pleasure.
- 460. - All 12, huh?
- 461. Did you bring any of those with you?
- 462. You would not enjoy them.
- 463. I don't know. Maybe.
- 464. No, you wouldn't.
- 465. Why not?
- 466. They came to the conclusion that men
are essential for procreation,
- 467. but when it comes to pleasure,
- 468. unnecessary.
- 469. No, no.
- 470. Good night.
- 471. Night.
- 472. How long until we are operational?
- 473. Two days, sir.
- 474. You have until tonight, Captain.
- 475. Sir, the men have had no food,
- 476. Do you think I have had
any food or rest, Captain?
- 477. Do you hear me making excuses?
- 478. No.
- 479. Your men are weak, complacent.
- 480. You've let them forget that
an attack can happen at any time,
- 481. from any quarter!
- 482. So, let's you and I remind them,
- 483. shall we?
- 484. - Doctor.
- 485. Progress?
- 486. Not enough.
- 487. It is over, General.
- 488. Germany is giving up.
- 489. Von Hindenburg has recommended
the Kaiser sign the armistice.
- 490. We have run out of time.
- 491. As soon as the Kaiser
sees the newest weapon,
- 492. he will not sign the armistice.
- 493. But, without my book...
- 494. We will get your book!
- 495. It is you that I believe in. Not it.
- 496. I know that you can,
and will, succeed. Hmm.
- 497. It is what you were put on this earth
- 498. Something did come to me last night.
- 499. A different type of gas.
- 500. For you.
- 501. To restore your strength.
- 502. I've got it. I've got it!
- 503. And if it's what I think,
- 504. it's going to be
- 505. terrible.
- 506. Morning!
- 507. We got lucky, we caught a ride.
We made some good time.
- 508. Welcome to jolly old London!
- 509. It's hideous.
- 510. Yeah, it's not for everybody.
- 511. - Morning, darling.
- What a beauty.
- 512. Hello, beautiful!
- 513. Gentlemen, eyes to yourself.
Thank you so much.
- 514. Come on! Come on.
- 515. Why are they holding hands?
- 516. Uh, probably because they're together.
- 517. No, no, no. We're not together.
I mean, in that way.
- 518. This way.
- 519. To the war!
- 520. Well, technically, the war is that way.
But we gotta go this way first.
- 521. And where are we going?
- 522. We gotta get this notebook
to my superiors.
- 523. Hey, hey, hey!
- 524. No, no, no.
I let you go, you take me to Ares.
- 525. We made a deal, Steve Trevor.
- 526. And a deal is a promise.
- 527. And a promise is unbreakable.
- 528. Oh, boy. Damn it. All right.
- 529. You come with me first
to deliver this,
- 530. and then we'll get you a ticket,
- 531. to the war.
- 532. Deal?
- 533. - Let's go.
- 534. What are you doing?
- 535. You can't do that because
you're not wearing any clothes.
- 536. Let's go...
Let's go buy you some clothes.
- 537. What do these women wear into battle?
- 538. They don't, uh...
- 539. A baby!
- 540. - No, no, no. No babies.
- Oh... Oh...
- 541. No, please. No babies.
- 542. That one's not made out of clay.
- 543. Come on.
- 544. Diana! Please.
- 545. Thank God! You're not dead!
- 546. Hoorah and huzzah!
- 547. I did think you were dead
until I got your call, you know?
- 548. He's been gone for weeks.
Not a single word.
- 549. Very unlike him.
- 550. I'm introducing myself.
It's Etta Candy.
- 551. I'm Steve Trevor's secretary.
- 552. What is a secretary?
- 553. Ooh! Well, I do everything.
- 554. I go where he tells me to go,
and I do what he tells me to do.
- 555. Well, where I'm from,
that's called slavery.
- 556. I really like her.
- 557. Fantastic. Ladies, after you.
- 558. Oh, I do, I like her.
- 559. And it does rather feel like that,
- 560. except the pay is very good.
- 561. We've got our work cut out for us,
- 562. Is this what passes for armor
in your country?
- 563. "Armor." It's fashion.
- 564. Keeps our tummies in.
- 565. Why must you keep them in?
- 566. Only a woman with no tummy
would ask that question.
- 567. Conservative,
but not entirely un-fun.
- 568. Try it on, at least.
- 569. Very well.
- 570. - Ooh! Ah, ah, ah...
- No! No, no, no.
- 571. Ooh!
- 572. Come on! Oh!
- 573. How can a woman
possibly fight in this?
- 574. Fight?
- 575. We use our principles.
- 576. I mean, that's how
we're going to get the vote.
- 577. Although, I am not opposed to
engaging in a bit of fisticuffs,
- 578. should the occasion arise.
- 579. Lovely.
- 580. Oop!
- 581. It's itchy. It's choking me.
- 582. Can't say I blame it.
- 583. Etta.
- 584. Where is she?
- 585. Oh, she's trying on outfit number 226.
- 586. Miss Candy, the whole point
was to make her look less
- 587. distracting.
- 588. May I?
- 589. Really? Specs?
- 590. And suddenly she's not the most
beautiful woman you've ever seen?
- 591. Better.
- 592. Yeah, that's not going to work.
- 593. Please put the sword down, Diana.
- 594. Diana!
- 595. Let me try it by myself.
- 596. After you, sir.
- 597. Etta...
- 598. Why don't I meet you
back at the office
- 599. and, meanwhile,
I'll take this for safekeeping.
- 600. Oh, no, I don't think so.
- 601. You gotta put the sword down, Diana.
- 602. - It doesn't go with the outfit.
- At all.
- 603. Put the sword down, first of all.
- 604. Promise me you will protect it
with your life.
- 605. Yes... No.
- 606. You can trust her. Just hand that over.
- 607. - Shield.
- And the shield to her.
- 608. There we go. Whoa!
- 609. You got it? Thanks, Etta.
- 610. This is easy.
- 611. Oh. There we go.
- 612. What is it?
- 613. Hopefully nothing. Come on.
- 614. - Steve, why are we hiding?
- Shh! Come on, come on.
- 615. Captain Trevor.
- 616. I believe you have something that is
the property of General Ludendorff.
- 617. Ah, it's the, uh, bad-guy convention.
- 618. Give us Dr. Maru's notebook.
- 619. Where did I put that thing?
- 620. Stand back!
- 621. Or maybe not.
- 622. Tough luck.
- 623. Is there anything else
you want to show me?
- 624. Where do you think you're going?
- 625. Oh!
- 626. I'm sorry. But you are
clearly under his control.
- 627. - Diana...
- Let me help you get free.
- 628. Where will I find Ares?
- 629. - He's... He's dead.
- 630. Cyanide.
- 631. Stay here. I'll be right back.
- 632. Gentlemen! Gentlemen, please!
- 633. The sad truth is, the majority of them
don't even know what they're fighting for!
- 634. Let him speak!
- 635. Yes, thank you. Gentlemen...
- 636. Germany is an immensely proud nation.
- 637. They will never surrender.
- 638. Now, look.
The only way to end this war...
- 639. Colonel,
I have to talk to you outside.
- 640. and restore world peace
- 641. is to negotiate
- 642. an armistice.
- 643. - There's a woman in here.
- 644. What's she doing in here?
Get her out.
- 645. Get her out.
- 646. Sorry.
- 647. Blind sister.
She got lost on the way to the bathroom.
- 648. I think it's this way.
- 649. Um...
Our only aim at this time
- 650. must be to achieve peace,
- 651. at any cost!
- 652. Why do they not let him speak?
He's talking peace.
- 653. Not right now. Sorry.
- 654. Trevor, what the hell were you thinking,
bringing a woman into the Council Chamber?
- 655. The intel that I brought back
- 656. This is one of Dr. Maru's notebooks.
- 657. Notebook or not...
- 658. We need to get it to cryptography
- 659. and I need an immediate audience
with the generals.
- 660. You do not just barge in here
and demand an audience with the Cabinet.
- 661. Sir, with all due respect,
what I saw in my last mission
- 662. could change the course of the war.
- 663. Captain Trevor!
- 664. I heard we'd lost you
on one of your missions,
- 665. yet here you are,
back from the dead,
- 666. and I see you've
brought a friend with you.
- 667. Our deepest apologies
for the interruption, sir.
- 668. No, no, no. Nonsense.
- 669. Thanks to this young woman,
- 670. the room was finally quiet enough for me
to get at least a few words in.
- 671. Sir Patrick Morgan, at your service.
- 672. Diana, Princess of Themys...
- 673. "Prince." Diana Prince.
- 674. She is, uh...
- 675. And I...
- 676. Are...
- 677. Working together.
- 678. She actually helped me
bring this, uh, notebook back here.
- 679. That's from Dr. Maru's lab.
- 680. I think the information contained inside
will change the course of the war, sir.
- 681. My God.
- 682. - Dr. Poison, herself.
- 683. Yes.
- 684. Intriguing.
- 685. Any further intelligence?
- 686. Sadly not, sir.
Cryptography have had no luck.
- 687. It seems like it's a mixture
of two languages,
- 688. but, as yet, they've failed
to determine which two languages.
- 689. Ottoman and Sumerian.
- 690. Surely, someone else in this room
- 691. Who is this woman?
- 692. She's my, um,
- 693. secretary, sir.
- 694. And she can understand
Ottoman and Sumerian?
- 695. She's a very good secretary.
- 696. See her out.
- 697. Sir, if this woman can read it,
- 698. we should hear what she has to say.
- 699. Yes, very well.
- 700. It's a formula
- 701. for a new kind of gas.
- 702. Mustard gas.
Hydrogen-based, instead of sulfur.
- 703. Hydrogen-based...
- 704. Gas masks would be useless
- 705. The book says they plan to
release the gas
- 706. at "the front"?
- 707. When?
- 708. It doesn't say.
- 709. Wait. "Front" of what?
- 710. Sir,
- 711. that is the evidence we need.
- 712. You have to find out
where they're making that gas.
- 713. You have to burn it to the ground.
- 714. Destroy it.
- 715. Ludendorff was last seen in Belgium.
- 716. We can't be seen sending troops
into German-occupied Belgium
- 717. as we are negotiating their surrender.
- 718. Sir, I've seen that gas
with my own eyes.
- 719. If it is used,
it will kill everyone on both sides.
- 720. They will all die.
- 721. That is what soldiers do, Captain.
- 722. Send me in
with some logistical support.
- 723. At least give me the chance
to take out Ludendorff's operation myself.
- 724. Are you insane?
- 725. I can't introduce rogue elements
this late in the game.
- 726. Sir, I can...
- 727. Now, more than ever,
- 728. the armistice
is of paramount importance.
- 729. It must be negotiated, it must be signed,
and this is...
- 730. Well, it's the best way
of stopping the war.
- 731. Captain, you will do nothing.
- 732. And that is an order.
- 733. Yes, sir.
- 734. I understand, sir.
- 735. I don't!
- 736. Diana, I know this is confusing...
- 737. - It is not confusing! It's unthinkable!
- Who is this woman?
- 738. She's with me. She's with us, sir.
- 739. I am not with you!
- 740. You would knowingly sacrifice
all those lives,
- 741. as if they mean less than yours!
- 742. - Diana, let's talk about this outside.
- As if they mean nothing?
- 743. Where I come from, generals don't
hide in their offices like cowards.
- 744. - That's enough!
- They fight alongside their soldiers.
- 745. They die with them on the battlefield!
- 746. - That's enough!
- You should be ashamed.
- 747. - My apologies. Diana...
- You should be ashamed.
- 748. - Diana...
- All of you should be ashamed!
- 749. Please slow down!
- 750. That's your leader?
- 751. How could he say that?
- 752. And you!
- 753. Was your duty
to simply give them a book?
- 754. No!
- 755. You didn't stand your ground!
You didn't fight!
- 756. Because there was no chance
of changing his mind!
- 757. This is Ares, and he's not going to
allow a negotiation
- 758. or a surrender!
- 759. The millions of people you talked about,
they will die!
- 760. We are going anyway!
- 761. You mean, you were lying?
- 762. I'm a spy! That's what I do!
- 763. How do I know
you're not lying to me right now?
- 764. I am taking you to the front.
- 765. We are probably going to die.
- 766. This is a terrible idea.
- 767. We're going to need reinforcements.
- 768. These are the reinforcements?
- 769. Yup.
- 770. Are these even good men?
- 771. Hmm. Relatively.
- 772. Even in Africa, gentlemen,
we haven't seen such luxuries.
- 773. But the luxury that we have now...
It's like we can't stop making money!
- 774. So, my uncle, the prince, and I...
- 775. Boy! Which prince is that?
- 776. I decide to extend the opportunity
for a few good soldiers...
- 777. But, seriously, which prince?
- 778. Hey, Sultan Angora Mynx Cashmere,
- 779. could I talk to you for a minute?
- 780. Gentlemen,
excuse me one second.
- 781. "Bar." Well, a "pub."
- 782. You bugger. I have been greasing
those peacocks all night, and you...
- 783. Oh, my goodness gracious.
- 784. That's a work of art.
- 785. Sameer, Diana. Diana, Sameer.
- 786. Hi, Diana.
You can call me Sammy, please.
- 787. "Sammy."
- 788. Sameer, I wouldn't do that,
if I were you.
- 789. Sameer's a top undercover man.
- 790. He can talk the skin off a cat
in as many languages as you can.
- 791. Oh, you're done.
- 792. Where's Charlie?
- 793. Le voilà.
- 794. At least this "Charlie"
is good with his fists.
- 795. That's not Charlie.
- 796. That's Charlie.
- 797. Steven!
- 798. May God put a flower
upon your head, son.
- 799. Good to see you.
- 800. So, what were you fighting about?
- 801. I mistook his glass for mine.
- 802. This man is no fighter.
- 803. Charlie is an expert marksman.
- 804. It means he shoots people.
- 805. From very far away.
- 806. They never know what hit them.
- 807. So, how do you know who you kill
if you can't see their face?
- 808. I don't. Trust me, it's better that way.
- 809. You fight without honor.
- 810. Who gets paid for honor? Eh?
- 811. So, what's the job, boss?
- 812. Uh, two days, tops.
- 813. We need, uh, supplies
and passage to Belgium.
- 814. And what's the going rate?
- 815. Better be a good pay.
- 816. Yeah, well, here's the thing.
- 817. Um, I told you it was going to be quick.
- 818. And there's a lot to be gained by this.
- 819. So, it's for a great cause...
- 820. Uh, freedom...
- 821. Hmm.
- 822. Friendship,
- 823. uh, ending the war, friendship...
- 824. - Okay, you have no money.
- 825. What?
- 826. What is this?
- 827. We're going to drop her off
at the front.
- 828. - "Dropping her off"?
- 829. Listen, sweetheart,
I'm not going to get myself killed
- 830. helping a wee lassie out of a ditch.
- 831. - Know what I mean?
- Here's the little thief now!
- 832. We don't need your kind around here.
- 833. She did it!
- 834. I'm both frightened and aroused.
- 835. - Oh, here they are! Sorry I'm late.
- Sir Patrick!
- 836. Yes, that's what I was going to mention.
- 837. - Sir Patrick.
- Oh, no, no, no.
- 838. Please, gentlemen, sit.
Miss Prince, sit.
- 839. I assume you're here
- 840. that's going to get you either
court-martialed or killed.
- 841. And I assume you're here to stop us.
- 842. No.
- 843. Not at all, in fact.
- 844. Well, look.
- 845. I was a younger man, once.
- 846. And, had I been in better health, I'd like
to think that I might do the same.
- 847. Hmm.
- 848. It's a very,
very honorable thing you're doing.
- 849. Therefore,
- 850. I'm here to help.
- 851. Unofficially, of course.
- 852. What's your plan?
- 853. If there's another weapons facility,
find it and destroy it.
- 854. Along with Ludendorff and Maru.
- 855. In that case, to allay suspicion,
- 856. the charming Etta, here,
could, uh, run the mission from my office.
- 857. "Run"...
- 858. Also,
- 859. there's enough here for a few days.
- 860. Thank you, sir.
- 861. You're very welcome.
- 862. Take great care, all of you,
- 863. and good luck.
- 864. Cheers!
- 865. Fresh ice cream, made today. Hello, miss.
- 866. Would you like to buy an ice cream?
- 867. - Me?
- Are you hungry?
- 868. Yes.
- 869. Thank you.
- 870. Eight pence, please, sir.
- 871. Here you go, pal. Keep the change.
- 872. - Thank you very much, sir.
- 873. - What do you think?
- It's wonderful!
- 874. Yeah.
- 875. - You should be very proud.
- Thank you very much!
- 876. You should be very proud.
- 877. It's a long way to Tipperary
- 878. It's a long way to go
- 879. I hope our guy meets us here.
Chief's expecting us before dark.
- 880. "Chief"?
- 881. Uh, yeah. A smuggler.
- 882. Very reputable.
- 883. A liar, a murderer, and now a smuggler.
- 884. Lovely.
- 885. Careful, I might get offended.
- 886. I wasn't referring to you.
- 887. Really?
- 888. I went undercover
and pretended to be somebody else,
- 889. shot people on your beach,
and smuggled a notebook.
- 890. Liar, murderer, smuggler.
Are you still coming?
- 891. It's awful.
- 892. That's why we're here.
- 893. The gas will kill everything.
- 894. What kind of weapon kills innocents?
- 895. In this war,
- 896. every kind.
- 897. You were absent
at the council meeting, General.
- 898. I see you are negotiating the terms
of the armistice without me.
- 899. - On the Kaiser's behalf.
- And on your insistence!
- 900. We could easily win this war,
if only you had a little faith.
- 901. We don't.
- 902. There are shortages of food,
- 903. medicine, ammunition.
- 904. Every hour we delay
costs thousands of German lives.
- 905. One attack and the war can be ours!
- 906. As we speak, my chemist...
- 907. We stand against you and your
- 908. witch.
- 909. Ludendorff, enough!
- 910. Twenty-four hours from now,
- 911. this war will end.
- 912. It is over.
- 913. It is over for you.
- 914. It is over for all of you.
- 915. But the mask won't help.
- 916. They don't know that.
- 917. Let's go!
- 918. Time to stage a demonstration
for the Kaiser!
- 919. You're late.
- 920. Cowboy sneak-attack, Chief!
- 921. How are you?
- 922. - Good to see you, pal.
- Okay, big man!
- 923. - Good to see you.
- Ah, yes!
- 924. Good to see you, my friend.
- 925. You beauty!
- 926. Who is this?
- 927. And I am Diana.
- 928. Where did you find her?
- 929. She found me.
- 930. - I plucked him from the sea.
- It's a long story.
- 931. We don't have to
talk about that right now.
- 932. What's there?
- 933. British tea for the Germans,
- 934. German beer for the British.
- 935. And Edgar Rice Burroughs novels
- 936. And guns!
- 937. Well, may we get what we want!
- 938. May we get what we need.
- 939. But may we never get what we deserve.
- 940. Bang!
- 941. Strange thunder.
- 942. German 77s.
- 943. Guns. Big ones.
- 944. It's the front, out there.
- 945. The evening hate.
- 946. So, who do you fight for in this war?
- 947. I don't fight.
- 948. You're here for profit, then?
- 949. No better place to be.
- 950. Nowhere better to be than in a war
where you don't take a side?
- 951. I have nowhere else.
- 952. The last war
took everything from my people.
- 953. We have nothing left.
- 954. At least here,
- 955. I'm free.
- 956. Who took that from your people?
- 957. His people.
- 958. Don't go...
- 959. Don't go in. Don't go!
- 960. Don't! Boys, no!
- 961. Don't go in there!
- 962. Shh. You're safe.
- 963. You're safe. Are you okay?
- 964. Get off me, woman!
- 965. Stop making a fuss!
- 966. God!
- 967. He sees ghosts.
- 968. You're going to get cold.
- 969. Oh, I don't...
- 970. Don't worry about Charlie.
He doesn't mean anything by it.
- 971. Get out of there, now.
We've got to move!
- 972. You bloody animal, move!
Go on! Get on!
- 973. These animals,
why are they hurting them?
- 974. Because they need to move, quick!
- 975. - Like us!
- But this is not the way.
- 976. I could help them.
- 977. There's no time. Come on, woman!
- 978. Mama!
- 979. That man... He's wounded.
- 980. There is nothing you can do
about it, Diana.
- 981. We must keep moving!
- 982. What is this?
- 983. You wanted me to take you to the war.
This is it.
- 984. So, where are the Germans?
- 985. A couple hundred yards
across the field.
- 986. - Their trench is...
- Watch out!
- 987. Chief! It's good to see you!
- 988. Oi! Chief's back! He's back!
- 989. All right, let's move!
- 990. - Diana, we have to go.
- We need to help these people.
- 991. We have to stay on-mission.
- 992. The next safe crossing
is at least a day away.
- 993. - What are we waiting for?
- We cannot leave without helping them.
- 994. These people are dying.
- 995. They have nothing to eat,
and in the village...
- 996. - Enslaved, she said!
- I understand that.
- 997. Women and children!
- 998. We need to make
our next position by sundown.
- 999. How can you say that?
What is the matter with you?
- 1000. This is No Man's Land, Diana!
- 1001. It means no man can cross it,
- 1002. This battalion has been here
for nearly a year
- 1003. and they barely gained an inch.
- 1004. Because, on the other side,
there are a bunch of Germans
- 1005. pointing machine guns at
every square inch of this place.
- 1006. This is not something you can cross.
It's not possible.
- 1007. So what? So, we do nothing?
- 1008. No, we are doing something.
- 1009. - We just...
- 1010. We can't save everyone in this war.
- 1011. Steve, Steve...
- 1012. This is not what we came here to do.
- 1013. No,
- 1014. but it's what I'm going to do.
- 1015. Diana!
- 1016. What the bloody hell
is she playing at?
- 1017. She's taking all the fire!
- 1018. Stay down! Stay down!
- 1019. That's an order!
- 1020. Go, now!
- 1021. She's done it!
She's got them on the run!
- 1022. Get down, get down! She's done it!
- 1023. Steve!
- 1024. Let's go!
- 1025. Come on, go!
- 1026. Stay here. I'll go ahead.
- 1027. - What the...
- Let's move!
- 1028. We need more firepower.
- 1029. Sniper!
- 1030. Go!
- 1031. Get in!
- 1032. Charlie, bell tower!
- 1033. Come on, Charlie. Shoot him!
- 1034. Hey, it's okay.
- 1035. Huh.
- 1036. Follow me! Give me some cover!
- 1037. Right!
- 1038. We're going to put this on our backs,
and, when I say go,
- 1039. - lift hard!
- 1040. Diana! Shield!
- 1041. Go!
- 1042. Stay very,
very still for me, my friends.
- 1043. Please. So important.
- 1044. Thank you very much.
- 1045. This has been such an honor for me,
taking your photograph.
- 1046. Thank you so much.
- 1047. For all his talk of shooting,
- 1048. he cannot shoot.
- 1049. Not everyone gets to be
what they want to be all the time.
- 1050. Me, I am an actor.
- 1051. I love acting.
- 1052. I didn't want to be a soldier.
- 1053. But I'm the wrong color.
- 1054. Everyone is fighting their own battles,
- 1055. Just as you are fighting yours.
- 1056. It's too much.
I wish you well.
- 1057. Thank you, thank you.
- 1058. I'm on the... On the phone...
- 1059. Uh, it's "Veld." V-E-L-D.
- 1060. It's a tiny village.
- 1061. It may not even be on the map.
- 1062. Ooh! I found it! I found it!
- 1063. Did you find Ludendorff's operation?
- 1064. No, no, no. But I located him.
- 1065. And, oh, lucky you,
he's only a few miles away,
- 1066. at German High Command.
- 1067. German High Command, huh?
- 1068. So, intel reports
- 1069. that Ludendorff is hosting a gala.
- 1070. A sort of "last hurrah"
- 1071. before the Germans sign the armistice.
- 1072. And the Kaiser himself
is going to be there.
- 1073. As well as Dr. Maru.
- 1074. Actually, the gala could be
- 1075. - Captain Trevor.
- Yes, sir.
- 1076. You are, under no circumstances,
to go anywhere near
- 1077. that gala tomorrow night.
Do you hear me?
- 1078. You'd be jeopardizing
everything we've worked for.
- 1079. You cannot compromise the armistice.
- 1080. - Sir, there will be no armistice...
- 1081. once Ludendorff bombs
the entire front line.
- 1082. Hold on one second, sir.
- 1083. You shouldn't be bothered
about upsetting the peace accord.
- 1084. - Why not?
- Ares would never let...
- 1085. What?
- 1086. What is it?
- 1087. Of course. It makes complete sense.
- 1088. Ares developed a weapon,
the worst ever devised.
- 1089. - Ares? You mean Ludendorff.
- 1090. I mean Ares.
- 1091. Ludendorff is Ares!
- 1092. Sir, this is our last chance,
- 1093. our final chance
to find out where the gas is
- 1094. and to learn how Ludendorff
plans on delivering it.
- 1095. No, no, no. I forbid it.
- 1096. Do you hear me? I forbid it.
- 1097. Sir, I'm losing you! Sir?
- 1098. - Hello?
- 1099. How likely is he to respect my wishes?
- 1100. Not very likely, I'll be honest.
- 1101. Sammy. Sammy, no. No, no, no.
- 1102. Sammy, I have to work.
- 1103. I gotta rustle up a German uniform.
- 1104. I still have to plot the course
- 1105. That's easy, boss. Come on.
- 1106. There is nothing we can do
- 1107. You said it yourself, Steve.
- 1108. So... Madame, s'il vous plaît.
- 1109. Incroyable!
- 1110. Magnifique!
- 1111. - Thank you.
- Thank you.
- 1112. Monsieur, s'il vous plaît.
- 1113. - Et voilà!
- Merci, Sammy.
- 1114. Et voilà!
- 1115. You did this.
- 1116. We did.
- 1117. Do you have dancing on
- 1118. Paradise Island?
- 1119. Dancing, yeah. Of course.
- 1120. But these people are just swaying.
- 1121. Okay, if you're going to be fighting
the God of War,
- 1122. I may as well teach you how to dance,
you poor thing.
- 1123. All right, probably without the gun.
- 1124. Madame.
- 1125. If you would.
- 1126. Well...
- 1127. If I'm going to a gala,
I'll need to know how to dance.
- 1128. - You're not going to the gala.
- Of course I am.
- 1129. - No, you're not.
- Why wouldn't I?
- 1130. Well, for one,
you don't know how to dance.
- 1131. I would argue that
they don't know how to dance.
- 1132. Be polite, be polite.
- 1133. All right. So, give me your hand.
- 1134. Like so.
- 1135. And I'm gonna put my arm
- 1136. around you, like so.
- 1137. And we just...
- 1138. What did you call it? "Sway"?
- 1139. Then you just sway.
- 1140. You're awfully close.
- 1141. That's what it's all about.
- 1142. I see.
- 1143. I haven't heard him sing in years.
- 1144. It's, uh... It's a snowfall.
- 1145. Touch it.
- 1146. It's magical!
- 1147. It is, isn't it?
- 1148. It is, yeah.
- 1149. Is this what people do
when there are no wars to fight?
- 1150. Yeah.
- 1151. Yeah, this and other things.
- 1152. What things?
- 1153. Um...
- 1154. They have breakfast.
- 1155. They really love a breakfast.
- 1156. And, um, they love to wake up
- 1157. and read the paper and go to work.
- 1158. They get married.
- 1159. Make some babies,
grow old together.
- 1160. I guess.
- 1161. What is it like?
- 1162. I have no idea.
- 1163. The villagers gave them to us.
- 1164. - A gracious gift.
- And they call us heroes.
- 1165. You are.
- 1166. Hey, fellas. I know that
- 1167. I said this job was two days,
- 1168. and a deal's a deal.
- 1169. You'd get lost without us.
- 1170. Yeah.
- 1171. We all know Diana is capable
of taking care of herself.
- 1172. I'm worried that you won't make it.
- 1173. There's no more money.
- 1174. We've been paid enough.
- 1175. Maybe you're better off
without me, yeah?
- 1176. No, Charlie.
- 1177. Who will sing for us?
- 1178. - Yeah.
- Oh, no, please.
- 1179. Sing?
- 1180. You asked for it.
- 1181. Green grow the rashes, O
- 1182. Green grow the rashes, O
- 1183. The sweetest hours I e'er did spend
- 1184. You must think
I was born yesterday.
- 1185. I know it sounds crazy,
but it's true.
- 1186. Every word.
- 1187. Wait, wait, wait.
- 1188. There is a whole island
of women like her?
- 1189. And not a single man among them?
- 1190. How do we get there?
- 1191. And she thinks
- 1192. that Ludendorff is Ares, the God of War?
- 1193. And only by killing him
will the war end? Don't be daft.
- 1194. You saw what happened out there.
- 1195. The way she charged
that machine-gun nest?
- 1196. The way she took out that tower?
- 1197. Maybe it's true.
- 1198. I think it's true.
- 1199. I believe it's true.
- 1200. Et voilà.
- 1201. Steven, son, you don't really believe
this rubbish, do you?
- 1202. Diana! Diana!
- 1203. How the hell do we get into that?
- 1204. I see only a couple of guards
on the door to distract.
- 1205. Yeah, it won't look suspicious at all
- 1206. when I come sauntering
out of the woods on foot.
- 1207. I could get in.
- 1208. You're not going in. It's too dangerous.
- 1209. - Too dangerous?
- Yes, too dangerous.
- 1210. And you're too distracting.
- 1211. So, look, I'll go in there,
and follow them
- 1212. to wherever they're working on the gas
or, better yet, where it is.
- 1213. - Then I'm coming with you.
- No, you're not!
- 1214. What you're wearing
isn't exactly undercover.
- 1215. I don't know.
- 1216. I would say she was pretty undercover
on that battlefield.
- 1217. We just...
We can't get you in, okay?
- 1218. So, I'll scout it out, report back, and...
- 1219. But as long as he's still alive,
- 1220. You cannot go into German High Command
and kill anyone.
- 1221. You just can't. You have to trust me.
- 1222. - Oh, wow!
- Where did that come from?
- 1223. Oh, can I drive it?
Please, let me drive it!
- 1224. I'll be your chauffeur.
- 1225. Come on, come on.
- 1226. Stay put!
- 1227. Where did this come from?
- 1228. A field over there. It's full of them!
- 1229. Chief, I say you and me
scope out the area
- 1230. in case we need to
beat a hasty retreat.
- 1231. - What do you say, Diana?
- 1232. Colonel.
- 1233. Steve, they have invitations.
- 1234. Don't worry, play it cool.
You got this. You got this.
- 1235. Your invitation, please.
- 1236. Dhanyavaad, sahib.
- 1237. The colonel and I
wish for many blessings
- 1238. and all manner of other things
to fall upon your head.
- 1239. Your head must be empty.
- 1240. He wants my invitation, you idiot.
- 1241. I'm sorry. I'm so sorry.
- 1242. I must apologize
a thousand, thousand times, my master.
- 1243. I make the most horrible,
the most unforgivable mistake.
- 1244. I lost the colonel's invitation.
- 1245. What?
- 1246. Are you saying we drove all the way
through the mud and rain
- 1247. - only for you to lose my invitation?
- I'm a snail.
- 1248. No! I'm a bug.
- 1249. Not even a bug.
I am the dung of a bug!
- 1250. And you're right, master...
- 1251. Blessing be upon us.
- 1252. This is ridiculous.
- 1253. I'm not going to spend
the entire evening out here,
- 1254. you stupid idiots! Move your cars!
- 1255. What are you supposed to be?
- 1256. What are you doing?
- 1257. Excuse me.
- 1258. I don't drink.
- 1259. Have we met?
- 1260. No, but I've been watching you.
- 1261. Following your career, I mean.
- 1262. You are Dr. Isabel Maru.
- 1263. The most talented chemist
in the German Army.
- 1264. I am a fan.
- 1265. I hope I am not crossing a line.
- 1266. I know you
and General Ludendorff are
- 1267. very close.
- 1268. We work well together. Yes.
- 1269. But having someone like me behind you,
- 1270. I could provide a lot more.
- 1271. And who are you?
- 1272. A man who would show you appreciation
a genius like yourself deserves.
- 1273. I love fire. Don't you?
- 1274. It is like
- 1275. a living act of entropy.
- 1276. The ultimate weapon of destruction.
- 1277. Reminding us that, in the end,
- 1278. everything eventually
returns to the ash it came from.
- 1279. There is something reassuring about it.
- 1280. I see all of that in your eyes.
- 1281. Perhaps you could show me
what you're working on.
- 1282. I hear it is...
- 1283. I hear it is extraordinary.
- 1284. I appreciate your interest in my work,
- 1285. but I am loyal to General Ludendorff.
- 1286. Besides,
- 1287. now I see your attention is
- 1288. elsewhere.
- 1289. Enjoying the party?
- 1290. I confess, I'm not sure what it is
- 1291. A German victory, of course.
- 1292. Victory?
- 1293. When I hear peace could be so close.
- 1294. Peace?
- 1295. There's only an armistice
- 1296. in an endless war.
- 1297. Thucydides.
- 1298. Ah! You know your Ancient Greeks.
- 1299. They understood
- 1300. that war is a god.
- 1301. A god that requires human sacrifice.
- 1302. And in exchange,
- 1303. war gives man purpose,
- 1304. meaning, a chance to rise above
- 1305. his petty, mortal, little self
- 1306. and be courageous,
- 1307. noble, better!
- 1308. Only one of the many gods
believed in that.
- 1309. - Mmm.
- And he was wrong.
- 1310. You know nothing of the gods.
- 1311. Herr General.
- 1312. Enjoy the fireworks.
- 1313. What are you doing?
- 1314. - Out of my way!
- Diana, look at me.
- 1315. If you kill Ludendorff
before we find the gas,
- 1316. we won't be able to stop anything.
- 1317. I will stop Ares!
- 1318. What if you're wrong?
- 1319. What if there is no Ares?
- 1320. You don't believe me.
- 1321. I can't let you do this.
- 1322. What I do is not up to you.
- 1323. Diana!
- 1324. Diana...
- 1325. It's the gas.
- 1326. The village... The village!
- 1327. What are they cheering for?
- 1328. Diana!
- 1329. What did they fire?
- 1330. The gas.
- 1331. - It was Ludendorff.
- I saw him. He was in the tower.
- 1332. Wherever he goes, you follow.
- 1333. How will you find us?
- 1334. I know how.
- 1335. Diana!
- 1336. They're dead. They're all dead.
- 1337. I could have saved them.
- 1338. I could have saved them
if it weren't for you.
- 1339. You stopped me from killing Ares!
- 1340. - No!
- Stay away from me!
- 1341. I understand everything now.
- 1342. It isn't just the Germans
that Ares has corrupted.
- 1343. It's you, too.
- 1344. All of you.
- 1345. I will find Ares
- 1346. and I will kill him.
- 1347. Diana!
- 1348. That smoke,
- 1349. it's the Chief!
- 1350. He followed Ludendorff.
- 1351. Follow the smoke!
- 1352. Hey! Diana, that way!
- 1353. Come on! Let's go!
- 1354. What a surprise.
- 1355. Strange.
- 1356. Unfortunately, I have another matter
- 1357. to attend to.
- 1358. What are you?
- 1359. You will soon find out.
- 1360. As magnificent as you are,
you are still no match for me.
- 1361. We'll see about that.
- 1362. I am Diana of Themyscira,
- 1363. daughter of Hippolyta,
- 1364. Queen of the Amazons.
- 1365. And your wrath upon this world is over.
- 1366. In the name of all
that is good in this world,
- 1367. I hereby complete
the mission of the Amazons
- 1368. by ridding this world of you
- 1369. forever!
- 1370. Diana?
- 1371. Diana!
- 1372. I killed him.
- 1373. I killed him, but nothing stopped.
- 1374. You kill the God of War,
you stop the war.
- 1375. Exactly what we have to do now.
- 1376. We need to stop the gas. Come on.
- 1377. No. All of this should have stopped!
- 1378. Diana...
- 1379. The fighting should have stopped.
Why are they doing this?
- 1380. I don't know! I don't know.
- 1381. Ares is dead.
- 1382. They can stop fighting now.
Why are they still fighting?
- 1383. Because, maybe it's them!
- 1384. Maybe...
- 1385. Maybe people aren't always good.
- 1386. Ares or no Ares,
- 1387. maybe it's just who they are.
- 1388. - Diana...
- 1389. Diana, we can talk about this later.
- 1390. - I need you to come with me.
- No. No.
- 1391. After everything I saw, it can't be!
- 1392. It cannot be!
- 1393. They were killing each other.
- 1394. Killing people they cannot see.
- 1395. Children!
- 1396. No, it had to be him.
It cannot be them!
- 1397. Diana, people... I...
- 1398. She was right.
- 1399. My mother was right.
- 1400. She said,
"The world of men do not deserve you."
- 1401. They don't deserve our help, Steve.
- 1402. - It's not about deserve!
- They don't deserve our help.
- 1403. Maybe we don't!
- 1404. But it's not about that.
It's about what you believe.
- 1405. You don't think I get it
after what I've seen out there?
- 1406. You don't think I wish I could tell you
that it was one bad guy to blame?
- 1407. It's not!
- 1408. We're all to blame.
- 1409. I am not.
- 1410. But maybe I am!
- 1411. Please.
- 1412. If you believe that
this war should stop,
- 1413. if you want to stop it,
- 1414. help me stop it right now.
- 1415. Because, if you don't,
they will kill thousands more.
- 1416. Please, please come with me.
- 1417. I have to go.
- 1418. I have to go.
- 1419. Hey! Hey!
- 1420. - Where's Diana?
- We're on our own.
- 1421. - What?
- What do you see, Charlie?
- 1422. Looks like a bunch of gas bombs
- 1423. but I can't see
where they're taking them.
- 1424. How are we going to get in there?
- 1425. I've got an idea. Come on, guys.
- 1426. Come on!
- 1427. Who's there?
- 1428. Sir Patrick.
- 1429. You were right, Diana.
They don't deserve our help.
- 1430. They only deserve destruction.
- 1431. You...
- 1432. You're him.
- 1433. I am.
- 1434. But I am not what you thought I was.
- 1435. What is it?
- 1436. The future.
- 1437. I am not your enemy, Diana.
- 1438. I am the only one who truly knows you.
- 1439. And who truly knows them, as you now do.
- 1440. They have always been,
and always will be
- 1441. weak, cruel, selfish,
- 1442. and capable of the greatest horrors.
- 1443. All I ever wanted
- 1444. was for the Gods to see how evil
my father's creation was.
- 1445. But they refused.
- 1446. I am Diana of Themyscira...
- 1447. So I destroyed them.
- 1448. daughter of Hippolyta,
- 1449. and I'm here to complete her...
- 1450. The Godkiller...
- 1451. My dear child,
- 1452. that is not the Godkiller.
- 1453. You are.
- 1454. Only a god can kill another god.
- 1455. Zeus left the child he had
with the Queen of the Amazons
- 1456. as a weapon to use against me.
- 1457. No. You liar.
- 1458. I compel you to tell me the truth.
- 1459. I am.
- 1460. I am not the God of War, Diana.
- 1461. I am the God of Truth.
- 1462. Mankind
- 1463. stole this world from us.
- 1464. They ruined it, day by day.
- 1465. And I, the only one
wise enough to see it,
- 1466. was left too weak to stop them.
- 1467. All these years,
I have struggled alone,
- 1468. whispering into their ears.
- 1469. Ideas, inspiration for formulas,
- 1470. weapons,
- 1471. but I don't make them use them.
- 1472. They start these wars on their own.
- 1473. All I do is orchestrate an armistice
I know they cannot keep,
- 1474. in the hope
they will destroy themselves.
- 1475. But it has never been enough.
- 1476. Until you.
- 1477. When you first arrived,
I was going to crush you.
- 1478. But I knew that
if only you could see
- 1479. what the other gods could not,
- 1480. then you would join me,
and with our powers combined,
- 1481. we could finally end all the pain,
all the suffering,
- 1482. the destruction they bring.
- 1483. And we could return this world
to the paradise it was before them.
- 1484. Forever.
- 1485. I...
- 1486. I could never be a part of that.
- 1487. My dear, I don't want to fight you.
- 1488. But, if I must...
- 1489. - Steve!
- Come on, let's go!
- 1490. Sammy, let's go!
- 1491. Get this plane out of here!
- 1492. Oh, my dear, you have so much to learn.
- 1493. Oh, my God!
- 1494. What are we gonna do?
- 1495. There's not much we can do,
- 1496. if that's who I think it is.
- 1497. But we can stop that plane.
- 1498. If we can get on the radio,
- 1499. we can ask Flying Corps
to shoot her down.
- 1500. No. If it crashes, it'll wipe everyone out
for 50 square miles!
- 1501. We gotta ground it!
- 1502. Bad news. It's on a timer.
- 1503. If we ground it here,
it's the same thing.
- 1504. Is it flammable, Chief?
- 1505. Yeah, she said it's hydrogen.
- 1506. I need you guys to clear me a path
to that plane.
- 1507. - No, Steve!
- Hey, Steve!
- 1508. Come on!
- 1509. Come on! This way! Steve!
- 1510. - Go, Steve, come on.
- 1511. Steve!
- 1512. - Go, Steve. Come on.
- Run, run!
- 1513. Let's see what kind of god
you really are.
- 1514. You will help me destroy them, Diana,
- 1515. or you will die.
- 1516. Come on, come on.
Let's go, go, go!
- 1517. - Move it, boys! Now!
- Let's go! Run!
- 1518. Is that all you have to offer?
- 1519. It is futile to imagine you can win.
- 1520. Give up, Diana.
- 1521. Guys, I'm out.
- 1522. Chief! Anything left?
- 1523. I got nothing.
- 1524. - Anything!
- 1525. Steve.
- 1526. Steve...
- 1527. No!
- 1528. Yes, Diana!
- 1529. Take them all!
- 1530. Finally, you see.
- 1531. Look at this world.
- 1532. Mankind did this, not me.
- 1533. They are ugly,
- 1534. filled with hatred,
- 1535. weak,
- 1536. just like your Captain Trevor.
- 1537. Gone, and left you nothing.
- 1538. And for what?
- 1539. Pathetic!
- 1540. He deserved to burn!
- 1541. Look at her and tell me I'm wrong.
- 1542. She is the perfect example
of these humans
- 1543. and unworthy of your sympathy
in every way.
- 1544. Destroy her, Diana.
- 1545. You know that she deserves it.
They all do.
- 1546. Do it!
- 1547. Diana!
- 1548. Diana...
- 1549. What?
- 1550. I have to go.
- 1551. What are you saying?
- 1552. Steve,
- 1553. whatever it is, I can do it.
- 1554. No. No.
- 1555. - Let me do it.
- 1556. It has to be me.
- 1557. It has to be me.
- 1558. I can save today.
You could save the world.
- 1559. I wish we had more time.
- 1560. What? What are you saying?
- 1561. I love you!
- 1562. You're wrong about them.
- 1563. They're everything you say,
- 1564. but so much more.
- 1565. Lies!
- 1566. They do not deserve your protection!
- 1567. It's not about deserve.
- 1568. It's about what you believe.
- 1569. And I believe in love.
- 1570. Then I will destroy you!
- 1571. Goodbye, brother.
- 1572. I used to want to save the world.
- 1573. To end war and bring peace to mankind.
- 1574. But then I glimpsed the darkness
that lives within their light
- 1575. and learned that inside
every one of them,
- 1576. there will always be both.
- 1577. A choice each must make
- 1578. Something no hero will ever defeat.
- 1579. And now I know
- 1580. that only love can truly save the world.
- 1581. So, I stay,
- 1582. I fight, and I give,
- 1583. for the world I know can be.
- 1584. This is my mission now.
- 1585. Forever.
- 1586. English - SDH