The clip investigate from The Constant Gardener (2005)
I mean, is the African market worth that much?
Tessa, you have to understand the scale of this.
There is a T. B. Epidemic coming. It will affect the entire world.
Or, put into the language that stock exchanges all over the world understand,
If the T. B. Market performs as forecast,
Billions and billions of dollars are waiting to be earned.
And the boy to earn them is Dypraxa.
Lf, of course, the preliminary trials in Africa...
Have not thrown up any disturbing side effects.
Ich suche Birgit.
Ich bin Justin Quayle,
Tessa Quayle's Ehemann.
Okay, Herr Adams.
She collects Karl at 3:00 from the kindergarten at Bahnhofstrasse.
The clip investigate Part 2 from The Constant Gardener (2005) with Anneke Kim Sarnau
You sent this to my wife.
I need to talk to you. Our computers were stolen last night.
Yes, I know. They have never gone this far before.
I can't be seen with you. Sorry. I've Karl to think of.
Is there some safe place we could talk?
Nowhere. Nowhere safe. Nowhere?
Please. Just... a few questions.
Okay, let's talk here. With these people. All right.
Okay. My bike's across the street. Ask your questions before we get to it.
Is it a scam? Scam?
Dypraxa. Does it cure T. B.? Yes, it cures.
But it can also kill, you know, because they haven't got the formula right.
Right. So why don't they work on that?
It's cheaper to fix the trials.
Exclude the patients that have side effects, you know.
To go back to the lab would cost them time? two years?
Millions of dollars, and other companies would have time to produce their own cures.
Okay, next question.
You said to Tessa in your e-mails that the Kenyan government had approved the trials.
Somebody bribed them. Who?
ThreeBees, Lorbeer. We don't know.
But $50,000 in the right hands, and you can test battery acid as skin lotion.
My bike's there.
The clip investigate Part 3 from The Constant Gardener (2005)
Who is Lorbeer?
Birgit, is it a company?
A white coat. He invented Dypraxa.
When patients started to die, Lorbeerjumped clear.
Is that why Tessa went to Lokichogio? Is that where Lorbeer is?
Disappeared. We've gotta go. I'm sorry.
Where can I find him?
Go back to Africa. Lorbeer's still there.
The clip threaten from The Constant Gardener (2005)
The clip family dinner from The Constant Gardener (2005)
Tess thought she was being watched. Didn't stop her e-mailing twice a day.
More inquiries than Google.
Look at him. The boy is two-thirds machine.
I'm telling you, it's scary. Mind of a computer.
Appetite of a waste disposal. And what's the other third?
Oh, Manzini, unquestionably.
Those e-mails from Tess? Guido helped me with them.
Company stuff. Boring.
Mm. Ownership, franchises, that sort of thing.
I'm trying to find out who brokered the marriage.
What marriage? KDH and ThreeBees.
KDH make Dypraxa. ThreeBees test it.
It's a marriage of convenience, of course. Both in it for what they can get out of it.
That phrase about the marriage? Is that Tess's phrase or yours?
Oh, hers. Hers.
Producing dead offspring.
Oh, this is so good! Why don't you try some.
It looks disgusting.
I can get that stuff through her mirror server.
The clip help from The Constant Gardener (2005)
Sorry. Sorry. I only just got it. Directions for use.
No air travel, no credit cards.
Never say your name on the phone, or the computers will kick in.
Dodgy client adds, "Welcome to my world."
Well, I don't want his world. No choice, old chum.
Actually, I'm getting a bit paranoid myself.
Look, suppose I posited that all this was just coincidence?
Tess killed by bandits, pure and simple...
And that you're being as paranoid as she was.
Thanks for trying, Ham.
I have to finish what she started.
Well, look, look. I've got the address of Aunt Claudia, the old bat in Rome.
If you need to contact me, you'd better do it through her.
She adored Tess.
I failed her, Ham.
I lost my faith in her.
No, she forgives you.
She loved you rotten too, you know.
You think? Oh, yeah.
The clip meeting the relative from The Constant Gardener (2005)
Ladies and gentlemen?
Ladies and gentlemen, please keep all your belongings with you at all times.
It's good to see you, Ham.
Sorry about the blubbing. It's those bloody Latin genes, you know.
It's the same old Ham.
Oh, no. No, not anymore.
God, I loved her rotten.
And she loved you rotten.
First cousins can be closer than siblings.
I still don't understand why I let you talk me out of going to the funeral.
It was the wrong crowd for you, Ham. We'll have a private memorial service here.
You can blub all your way through it. Don't think I won't.
Hire the Abbey. You can afford it now. Can I?
Tess left you bloody well off. Want to know what you're worth? Not particularly.
Oh, I've got the keys to the Chelsea house. Thought you might want to stay there while you're in London.
No, I'd rather not. Well, it's all yours.
That and her African women's charity.
Said it would get you out of the garden. When did she say that?
Two weeks before she died.
Look, I am ravenous. Have you had lunch?
Yes, I have. A very civilized lunch with Bernard Pellegrin...
Who expressed an interest in Tessa's diary.
But Tess never kept a diary. She hated the things.
You and I know that. Pellegrin must have been disinformed.
The clip friend's advice from The Constant Gardener (2005) with Ralph Fiennes, Bill Nighy
Let me take that for you. Oh, I'd rather keep it with me.
Uh, club rule, Justin. I'm sorry.
No? No luggage in the, uh? in the dining room.
Could you just tuck it into your cubbyhole, please, Jimmy? Thank you. Certainly, sir. Thank you, sir.
My dear fellow, what a dreadful time you've had. Welcome home. Thank you, Bernard.
Any, uh, plans, or is it too soon? Plans?
Well, holiday, visiting friends,
The million things you've always wanted Mmm.
You're on indefinite sick leave. Enjoy it.
I hear the, uh? the snow's very good at Chamonix.
I don't have a passport, Bernard. They took mine at the airport.
Oh, of course, yes. You missed the, um? You missed the recall.
Mmm. The sole meuni?re's not bad here,
If? if you like sole.
Otherwise have it grilled. Grilled'll be fine.
Um, no starters, I think.
You've been cleared, by the way.
Thought we'd get that bit of unpleasantness dealt with first.
Cleared for what? Um, of what.
Uh, murder most foul.
Seems you didn't hire contract killers in a den of vice after all.
Deasey is satisfied it was a crime of passion by our dark medical horse.
It's just a question now of finding Bluhm.
Arnold Bluhm is gay, Bernard.
Gay men don't rape their women friends.
Well, I've known one or two very savage queens in my time.
Do you no good to go poking around under rocks, Justin.
Some very nasty things live under rocks,
Especially in foreign gardens.
Advice of a friend. What is it that I'm not to look into, Bernard?
Quayles have always made reliable foreign service men.
Shouldn't be surprised if you've still got a small Head of Mission in your knapsack.
Challenging post. More challenging than dealing with Kenny Curtiss?
He's a crude sort of chap, our Kenny, but he flies the flag for us.
The clip friend's advice Part 2 from The Constant Gardener (2005)
He got up dear Tessa's nose, I fear.
Yes, she wrote a report about it.
No, about Dypraxa. Ah, that.
She expected some action to be taken, but none was, was it?
She tell you about the letter, or did you find it among her things?
Tucked into her diary, perhaps? What letter is that, Bernard?
Ramblings of an aging fart. Senility setting in early, alas.
Naughty of her to take it though. Very naughty indeed.
Yes, I found that.
Be grateful to have it back. Written under stress, you understand.
Regrettable things said. Wouldn't want it falling into the wrong hands.
Sorry, Bernard. Are we talking about the same letter?
What's yours about?
They're not so good grilled. You should've had the meuni?re.
The clip reading secret file from The Constant Gardener (2005)
Well, how do you do that? All you need is the password. Duh.
Yeah, but I don't have her password.
Come on, Jus. Five letters. Three guesses.
I have no idea.
My name? Guido.
She used the one for the "l" and the zero for the "O."
I set it up for her.
Give him a chance to read it.
Lightning tour. I'm printing as I go.
German? German Pharma Watch.
Keep an eye on what the drug companies are up to.
KDH. Can we open that?
Sure. No problem.
A new plague is sweeping the world.
In the 21 st century, multi-resistant T. B. Will kill one in three.
But now there is hope.
It's huge, isn't it?
KDH is developing a revolutionary treatment for T. B. Sufferers. It's global.
We call it Dypraxa. You will call it life.
And I call it a blockbuster.
Karel Delacourt Hudson. The world is our clinic.
It's gonna sell like hotcakes.
Can you magnify that photograph?
Magnify it? He can send it out for doughnuts.
Is it possible to zoom in on it? Yeah, sure.
It's Pellegrin. Why is he there?
There's a personal file. Do you mind if I open it?
No, sure. Go ahead.
So you'd better ask that kind, nice husband of yours to translate.
He's got very delicate little ears.
The clip reading secret file Part 2 from The Constant Gardener (2005)
He's dreaming about his favorite things.
He's dreaming about...
A world without any weeds.
Justin Quayle, it's time to get up.
Go away. You're very annoying. Time to get up, Justin.
This is really just not fair.
It's time to get up.
Tessa, just let me sleep.
There's gardening to be done.
Weeds to be pulled out.
Good morning. Come back to bed.
Moral dilemma, Ham.
The clip travel under surveillance from The Constant Gardener (2005)
It seems our erstwhile colleague has disappeared.
Four days ago he lunched in London with Pellegrin,
Who describes him as overwrought, after which he visited his wife's lawyer...
Before going off our radar.
The poor man seems to have convinced himself...
There was a conspiracy against Tessa in which we are all complicit.
Lfhe has left the U. K., he did so without a passport.
Therefore, any contact from Justin must be reported to me immediately.
In his own best interest.
No point asking if you've heard from him, I suppose?
No, no, Tim, none at all.
Birgit, why are ThreeBees spending $70 million testing Dypraxa for KDH?
The clip travel from The Constant Gardener (2005)
Sorry about the weather.
It's hardly your fault.
Oh, dear. We've had some forgeries on the diplomatics.
I'm gonna have to keep this, I'm afraid, sir.
The F. C. O. Will issue you with a new one in a few days.
What if I want to travel with it? Just two, three days at the most.
Are you saying that's a forgery? It does happen, sir, even on diplomatics.
But that was issued to me a year ago by the diplomatic office? Sir, the F. C. O. Will take care of that.
It's just here on the right.
The clip remember from The Constant Gardener (2005)
And the person that I most want to tell can't be told.
I had a creepy love letter today.
It's not your fault.
From a five-star creep.
You've got to move on, huh?
I've cold-bloodedly led on.
I stole something from him.
And worse, I made him a vile promise...
That I have absolutely no intention ofkeeping.
Oh, do come in. Yeah, please. Of course.
You lead the way. Go ahead. Go ahead. Take a left.
I really hate to think how it would hurtJustin ifhe knew.
I've violated his code, Ham,
In the most cynical way.
And the end thatjustifies my means?
I need this creep to help me blackmail Her Majesty's government.
Please tell me I'm not a ruthless bitch.
Please tell me thatJustin would understand ifhe knew.
If you give me the wrong answer, then I will push you into the Tiber...
Like I did when we were 16.
Ciao, my darling.
For this wonderful gift.
How very generous of me.
Here, Justin, put this on.
The clip remember Part 2 from The Constant Gardener (2005)
I like it here. This is where you work from? Mm.
Won't make any difference.
That's the official line of the Foreign Office.
I thought you were like that. I thought you were one of those privileged revolutionaries.
These plants? If they were children, you'd be prosecuted.
I do water them. When I remember.
You say you're all into saving lives around the world,
But you let your poor plants die.
I say put people first.
Why don't you water them? You're being cruel.
I feel safe with you.
I can imagine when you were six.
You leading the revolution.
Ham? Hi. It's Justin. Listen.
Do you still represent that dodgy client in Amsterdam?
The clip confront from The Constant Gardener (2005)
Time of the month, Kenny?
Might help if you took the fucking flag out.
Well, get closer to the fucking hole, and maybe I will.
Interesting man you got there, Crick.
Must be the only white caddy in Africa.
Look, KDH are waiting for me to default on my Dypraxa commitments,
And I have a cash flow problem.
What are you lot going to do about it?
We never promised to protect you commercially.
You protect me? That's fucking rich.
A word or two from me in the right black ear, a couple of cases of Krug,
And you'd be on the next plane back home.
I mean, I spend more money on champagne in a year than your shop's annual fucking budget.
Oh, there you go? Cause of your cash-flow problem.
You're in my eyeline, old chap.
You're what passes forJames Bond around here.
Get Her Majesty's secret service to pull a few strings. It's what you spies do, isn't it?
Never really sure what it is we do.
Don't even think about bullying me, old man.
I'm not a member of your gentlemen's club. I don't have to play by the rules.
So it seems.
Call that one in, shall we?
Mr. Curtiss, I'm sorry to disturb your game.
My name is Justin Quayle from the High Commission.
I believe you knew my wife, Tessa.
Justin. Didn't know you were a member here.
Yes, I met her at one of your parties.
She came to see you, I think.
She gave you a report that she had written on Dypraxa.
Justin, I really don't think this is the time or the place?
I hope you didn't find her too troublesome, because she could be a terrier when she had a scent.
Huh, sounds like you're describing a bitch.
I'm sorry about your loss,
But I don't remember being given any report.
Well, that's odd, because she noted it in her diary.