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    Hola, queria saber si alguien me podria ayudar a traducir este subtitulo, son 250 lineas, 15 minutos. Es que yo no caso una con el ingles
    Gracias de antemano.
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    01:17:34,977 --> 01:17:36,968
    [ENGLISH SDH]
    
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    MAN:
    Here we go. Camera mark.
    
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    01:17:41,089 --> 01:17:43,990
    We're running. Good, guys,
    keep the physicality.
    
    4
    01:17:44,159 --> 01:17:46,059
    And action.
    
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    01:17:46,227 --> 01:17:47,922
    [GRUNTING]
    
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    DOWNEY JR:
    In re-creating Sherlock Holmes...
    
    7
    01:17:50,665 --> 01:17:54,260
    ...you see that he was even stranger
    than could be imagined.
    
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    01:17:58,473 --> 01:18:01,636
    LAW: There's loads to be interpreted
    from the originals...
    
    9
    01:18:02,076 --> 01:18:05,102
    ...and loads that we've locked
    in our minds that's wrong.
    
    10
    01:18:07,348 --> 01:18:10,112
    RITCHIE: What we've tried to do
    is take him back to his origin.
    
    11
    01:18:10,285 --> 01:18:13,083
    He was essentially a more visceral
    character, more of an adventurer.
    
    12
    01:18:13,254 --> 01:18:14,448
    Action.
    
    13
    01:18:14,622 --> 01:18:16,453
    This is not your grandfather's
    Sherlock Holmes.
    
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    01:18:17,592 --> 01:18:21,289
    The whole thing is just being reinvented
    as something much more dynamic.
    
    15
    01:18:23,064 --> 01:18:26,397
    There's the refined quality to it, and at
    the same time, it's very rough and tumble.
    
    16
    01:18:26,568 --> 01:18:28,968
    It's got that Guy Ritchie feeling to it.
    
    17
    01:18:33,575 --> 01:18:37,671
    It just feels new. It feels fresh. It feels
    like you're seeing this for the first time.
    
    18
    01:18:40,849 --> 01:18:42,646
    Watson, what have you done?
    
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    01:18:51,693 --> 01:18:53,024
    RITCHIE:
    Five...
    
    20
    01:18:54,462 --> 01:18:56,430
    ...four...
    
    21
    01:18:57,632 --> 01:18:59,862
    ...three.
    MAN 1: Now locked.
    
    22
    01:19:00,034 --> 01:19:01,592
    MAN 2:
    Are you rolling?
    
    23
    01:19:02,437 --> 01:19:04,496
    MAN 3: Camera steady.
    MAN 4: One.
    
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    01:19:04,672 --> 01:19:07,197
    RITCHIE: I went to a boarding school
    when I was 6, and what they did...
    
    25
    01:19:07,375 --> 01:19:11,209
    ...was if you were good, they used to
    play Sherlock Holmes stories.
    
    26
    01:19:11,379 --> 01:19:14,109
    If you were bad,
    they used to switch off the stories.
    
    27
    01:19:14,282 --> 01:19:15,806
    - Cut.
    MAN: Cut there.
    
    28
    01:19:15,984 --> 01:19:17,815
    WIGRAM: Sherlock Holmes,
    I fell in love with...
    
    29
    01:19:17,986 --> 01:19:19,385
    ...as I think probably
    every young boy did.
    
    30
    01:19:19,554 --> 01:19:22,318
    I knew there was a way to do it
    that wasn't quite...
    
    31
    01:19:22,490 --> 01:19:25,982
    ...what we'd seen before.
    MAN: And action.
    
    32
    01:19:26,160 --> 01:19:29,687
    WIGRAM: The images I saw in my head as I
    read these books were completely different...
    
    33
    01:19:29,864 --> 01:19:32,662
    ...from anything I'd seen
    in any of the previous movies.
    
    34
    01:19:32,934 --> 01:19:36,461
    Your boys have done a magnificent job
    obliterating any potential evidence.
    
    35
    01:19:36,638 --> 01:19:40,699
    Yes. But at least they never miss
    an opportunity to miss an opportunity.
    
    36
    01:19:41,676 --> 01:19:43,974
    WIGRAM: The mental image we all have
    of Sherlock Holmes...
    
    37
    01:19:44,145 --> 01:19:47,410
    ...as a short-haired, clean-shaven,
    stiffly starched guy...
    
    38
    01:19:47,582 --> 01:19:50,449
    ...with the deerstalker hat and the pipe
    and all that kind of stuff.
    
    39
    01:19:50,618 --> 01:19:52,347
    RITCHIE:
    What happened to Sherlock Holmes...
    
    40
    01:19:52,520 --> 01:19:54,852
    ...is he became this rather posh,
    homogenized individual.
    
    41
    01:19:55,023 --> 01:19:56,923
    The quintessential lofty toff.
    
    42
    01:19:57,325 --> 01:19:59,054
    What of the coffin?
    
    43
    01:19:59,227 --> 01:20:02,390
    - We are in the process of bringing it up.
    - I see.
    
    44
    01:20:02,730 --> 01:20:05,062
    HOLMES: At what stage of the process?
    Contemplative?
    
    45
    01:20:05,233 --> 01:20:08,031
    DOWNEY JR: He knew everything
    and he always figured it out...
    
    46
    01:20:08,202 --> 01:20:10,363
    ...and he was a bit snooty about it.
    
    47
    01:20:10,538 --> 01:20:13,268
    But no one seemed to
    give him too much guff...
    
    48
    01:20:13,441 --> 01:20:15,375
    ...because they needed
    the information he had.
    
    49
    01:20:15,543 --> 01:20:19,172
    - He was one of those guys.
    MAN: And action.
    
    50
    01:20:19,347 --> 01:20:22,373
    But the truth is, the more you
    look into Conan Doyle's books...
    
    51
    01:20:22,550 --> 01:20:25,280
    ...you know, it's such a rich character,
    such a rich world.
    
    52
    01:20:25,453 --> 01:20:27,648
    MAN: And rolling.
    CLARK-HALL: The books, some of them...
    
    53
    01:20:27,822 --> 01:20:29,517
    ...were very much small,
    deductive pieces.
    
    54
    01:20:29,691 --> 01:20:31,818
    And some of them were big adventures.
    
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    01:20:31,993 --> 01:20:34,018
    SILVER:
    By going back to the original stories...
    
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    01:20:34,195 --> 01:20:37,096
    ...you see that it isn't
    a dusty, old chestnut.
    
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    01:20:37,265 --> 01:20:39,893
    - It is fresh.
    MAN: Action.
    
    58
    01:20:41,803 --> 01:20:44,363
    DOWNEY: We wanna show it in a way
    that we've never seen before.
    
    59
    01:20:44,539 --> 01:20:46,973
    In fact, we're being truer
    to the source material...
    
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    01:20:47,141 --> 01:20:50,668
    ...than maybe some of
    the previous films were able to be.
    
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    01:20:52,280 --> 01:20:55,044
    Because we have the technology
    to build a scope...
    
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    01:20:55,216 --> 01:20:58,083
    ...much bigger than any of
    the previous versions were able to.
    
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    01:21:08,129 --> 01:21:10,563
    MAN: It's going up there.
    - Yeah, you wanna get the feeling of:
    
    64
    01:21:10,732 --> 01:21:13,200
    - Bang, shwabang, bang.
    DOWNEY JR: He's in his element.
    
    65
    01:21:13,368 --> 01:21:17,771
    You wanna get that staccato, regimented,
    smash... Yeah, he's in his element.
    
    66
    01:21:17,939 --> 01:21:21,136
    I describe it as the Guy Ritchie version
    of a Sherlock Holmes movie...
    
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    01:21:21,309 --> 01:21:25,678
    ...because his style of cinema is so fresh
    and modern and kinetic and fun.
    
    68
    01:21:25,847 --> 01:21:29,408
    You do know what you're drinking
    is meant for eye surgery?
    
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    01:21:29,884 --> 01:21:34,082
    DOWNEY JR: Guy's a perfect director
    for this reimagination of Sherlock Holmes...
    
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    01:21:34,255 --> 01:21:38,021
    ...because here's an innovator and
    he's kind of reinventing himself as well.
    
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    01:21:38,192 --> 01:21:39,216
    MAN:
    Bring him out.
    
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    01:21:39,394 --> 01:21:42,852
    DOWNEY JR: Early on in his career,
    I think he really changed filmmaking...
    
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    01:21:43,031 --> 01:21:45,795
    ...and inspired a lot of directors since.
    
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    01:21:45,967 --> 01:21:48,197
    LAW: If you put his natural
    sort of intelligence...
    
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    01:21:48,369 --> 01:21:51,429
    ...into the period setting,
    it works wonderfully well.
    
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    [DOWNEY JR. SPEAKING INDISTINCTLY]
    
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    01:21:53,775 --> 01:21:55,174
    LAW:
    Enough. Please, enough.
    
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    01:21:55,343 --> 01:22:00,144
    Guy knows exactly how to combine
    the action, the adventure...
    
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    01:22:00,314 --> 01:22:04,011
    ...the scope, the sense of humor, and
    get great performances out of these actors.
    
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    01:22:05,119 --> 01:22:07,178
    LAW: Them asking Guy to do it
    was a stroke of genius.
    
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    01:22:07,355 --> 01:22:08,379
    RITCHIE:
    Cut.
    
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    01:22:09,524 --> 01:22:12,550
    He's brilliant at physicalizing drama.
    
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    01:22:12,727 --> 01:22:15,628
    MAN:
    Three, two, one, bang!
    
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    01:22:15,797 --> 01:22:19,665
    McADAMS: It is very, very action-packed,
    and he's so incredibly good at that.
    
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    He always says, "I need you to really
    huff and puff through this one."
    
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    01:22:23,071 --> 01:22:25,369
    He always says "huff and puff."
    "I need some huff and puff."
    
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    01:22:25,540 --> 01:22:27,508
    [PANTING]
    
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    - And then you're off.
    - Okay.
    
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    01:22:29,777 --> 01:22:32,337
    - And then the camera goes too.
    MAN: All right. Stand by to go again.
    
    90
    01:22:32,947 --> 01:22:36,314
    LAW: If you release the hand brake
    and let the whole thing just free-fall...
    
    91
    01:22:36,484 --> 01:22:40,011
    ...and have the balls to go with it,
    you know, great things happen.
    
    92
    01:22:40,188 --> 01:22:45,558
    And Guy's been brave enough
    and generous enough to let us do that.
    
    93
    01:22:45,727 --> 01:22:47,456
    I told you he'd be coming
    out the top window.
    
    94
    01:22:47,628 --> 01:22:49,789
    There isn't any way
    he'd be coming over that terrace.
    
    95
    01:22:49,964 --> 01:22:53,058
    Technically, that isn't the top window,
    is it, sailor boy?
    
    96
    01:22:53,234 --> 01:22:56,499
    - Anyway.
    - Anywho.
    
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    01:22:56,671 --> 01:22:59,834
    Boom. Don't know, you gotta watch out
    for the stuntman struggle.
    
    98
    01:23:00,007 --> 01:23:02,032
    - Okay.
    - There was a bit of danger of that going on.
    
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    01:23:02,210 --> 01:23:04,269
    DOWNEY JR:
    Guy's a real man. He's a martial artist.
    
    100
    01:23:04,445 --> 01:23:07,039
    And martial artists, we meet on that level.
    
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    01:23:07,215 --> 01:23:12,346
    We meet as lovers of film and lovers
    of kind of almost thumbing our noses...
    
    102
    01:23:12,520 --> 01:23:16,286
    ...at what the status quo is and saying,
    "We can do something as cool as that."
    
    103
    01:23:16,457 --> 01:23:21,224
    In fact we think for us, for our take
    on it, our likings, we can beat it.
    
    104
    01:23:22,130 --> 01:23:24,394
    MAN 1:
    Six-Juliet, take four.
    
    105
    01:23:24,632 --> 01:23:25,997
    No, harder, go.
    
    106
    01:23:26,167 --> 01:23:27,930
    Come on, dude.
    Punch me in the stomach.
    
    107
    01:23:28,102 --> 01:23:31,503
    - Punch me in the stomach. Go.
    MAN 2: And action.
    
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    01:23:33,040 --> 01:23:35,235
    RITCHIE: When this project
    first came to me, I thought...
    
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    01:23:35,409 --> 01:23:38,139
    I know they've already
    done the young Sherlock Holmes...
    
    110
    01:23:38,312 --> 01:23:41,475
    ...but we were thinking about
    doing a sort of late-20s version.
    
    111
    01:23:41,682 --> 01:23:43,946
    But once I got to know Robert a bit...
    
    112
    01:23:44,786 --> 01:23:48,415
    ...it seemed conspicuously obvious
    after a while...
    
    113
    01:23:48,589 --> 01:23:53,083
    ...and now it's almost ridiculous to think
    that it could have been any other actor.
    
    114
    01:23:53,594 --> 01:23:56,324
    So someone will set it...
    
    115
    01:23:56,597 --> 01:23:59,031
    RITCHIE: Where's the discovery though?
    When's the discovery?
    
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    01:23:59,200 --> 01:24:03,694
    The discovery... Well, let me think here.
    After the throw in...
    
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    01:24:03,871 --> 01:24:06,999
    RITCHIE: If he's already knocked you
    over there and you're there organically...
    
    118
    01:24:07,175 --> 01:24:08,199
    ...stay there and fight.
    
    119
    01:24:08,376 --> 01:24:11,004
    WIGRAM: I mean, Robert is the perfect
    Sherlock Holmes, really, isn't he?
    
    120
    01:24:11,179 --> 01:24:14,148
    He is so brilliant and so funny
    and so quick-witted.
    
    121
    01:24:15,082 --> 01:24:16,879
    He thinks a bit like Sherlock Holmes,
    I think.
    
    122
    01:24:17,051 --> 01:24:19,918
    WATSON: Holmes. What are you doing?
    - Nothing.
    
    123
    01:24:20,087 --> 01:24:22,351
    - Are you wearing a false...?
    - False nose? No.
    
    124
    01:24:23,324 --> 01:24:25,155
    Tell me that that wasn't...
    
    125
    01:24:25,326 --> 01:24:26,350
    [HOLMES SCREAMS]
    
    126
    01:24:26,527 --> 01:24:28,518
    - Actually, it does have its own charm.
    - It does.
    
    127
    01:24:28,996 --> 01:24:31,760
    STRONG: He can fizz at a higher level
    when he's improvising.
    
    128
    01:24:31,933 --> 01:24:35,460
    And it's amazing that in the story,
    Holmes has that quality...
    
    129
    01:24:35,636 --> 01:24:37,866
    ...that he cannot help seeing clues.
    
    130
    01:24:38,039 --> 01:24:41,065
    There's a lot of elements there
    that I couldn't help but infuse him with.
    
    131
    01:24:41,242 --> 01:24:42,800
    He's always had a sense of humor.
    
    132
    01:24:42,977 --> 01:24:44,968
    You'd have made an excellent criminal.
    
    133
    01:24:45,146 --> 01:24:46,704
    And you, sir, an excellent policeman.
    
    134
    01:24:46,881 --> 01:24:50,942
    He's a bit of a weirdo in that he spends
    most of his time chasing down details...
    
    135
    01:24:51,118 --> 01:24:55,282
    ...that people would go out of their minds
    if they had to engage.
    
    136
    01:24:55,456 --> 01:24:57,048
    Several sets of initials scored...
    
    137
    01:24:57,225 --> 01:24:58,522
    - Pawnbrokers' marks.
    - Excellent.
    
    138
    01:24:58,693 --> 01:25:00,354
    Not bad. Cut there and reset.
    
    139
    01:25:00,728 --> 01:25:02,719
    DOWNEY JR:
    The archetype to me is the person...
    
    140
    01:25:02,897 --> 01:25:06,333
    ...who understands what all you
    normal people are doing out there...
    
    141
    01:25:06,500 --> 01:25:10,732
    ...but he's a man on a mission
    and he represents adventure incarnate.
    
    142
    01:25:10,938 --> 01:25:12,667
    HOLMES:
    Fist to patella.
    
    143
    01:25:13,341 --> 01:25:15,172
    Summary of prognosis,
    conscious in 90 seconds.
    
    144
    01:25:15,343 --> 01:25:18,540
    Full faculty recovery, unlikely.
    
    145
    01:25:18,713 --> 01:25:20,044
    Well, it's all in the books.
    
    146
    01:25:20,248 --> 01:25:25,083
    He's a singlestick fighter,
    a master of the strange art of baritsu.
    
    147
    01:25:25,253 --> 01:25:27,346
    Bareknuckle boxer, all that stuff.
    
    148
    01:25:31,292 --> 01:25:34,022
    He was the first martial artist,
    really, in Western culture.
    
    149
    01:25:35,529 --> 01:25:36,928
    He's an action hero.
    
    150
    01:25:45,172 --> 01:25:47,606
    I've gotta tell you, Robert is
    a very exceptional human being.
    
    151
    01:25:47,775 --> 01:25:49,675
    In Iron Man,
    you saw that he was physical...
    
    152
    01:25:49,844 --> 01:25:53,473
    ...but I didn't realize he was
    as physical as he is.
    
    153
    01:25:55,483 --> 01:25:56,950
    - **** Are you all right?
    STRONG: Yeah.
    
    154
    01:25:57,118 --> 01:25:58,142
    Let's do it again.
    
    155
    01:25:58,753 --> 01:26:03,417
    Luckily he's been doing wing chun
    for five years so he's good, he's fast.
    
    156
    01:26:03,591 --> 01:26:04,751
    He is really fast.
    
    157
    01:26:04,959 --> 01:26:06,586
    As opposed to a sort of underhook.
    
    158
    01:26:06,761 --> 01:26:09,286
    RITCHIE: Sherlock Holmes, he started
    something called baritsu...
    
    159
    01:26:09,463 --> 01:26:13,194
    ...and we've tried to integrate that
    into a sort of street level.
    
    160
    01:26:13,901 --> 01:26:16,096
    ORAM:
    He is not just portraying that in the movie.
    
    161
    01:26:16,270 --> 01:26:20,263
    He's walking the walk.
    That philosophy, that discipline...
    
    162
    01:26:20,441 --> 01:26:24,935
    ...is something that he shares very much
    in common now with the character.
    
    163
    01:26:25,112 --> 01:26:26,306
    He brings his full arsenal...
    
    164
    01:26:26,480 --> 01:26:30,780
    ...and out comes something you've never
    seen before or never expected before.
    
    165
    01:26:30,952 --> 01:26:32,613
    One more, please.
    
    166
    01:26:32,787 --> 01:26:34,914
    Now, you know, it wouldn't be bad.
    Let him do one.
    
    167
    01:26:35,089 --> 01:26:37,284
    How do you say "one more, please"
    in French?
    
    168
    01:26:37,458 --> 01:26:38,618
    [SPEAKS IN FRENCH]
    
    169
    01:26:38,893 --> 01:26:40,224
    [DOWNEY JR. GRUNTS]
    
    170
    01:26:40,394 --> 01:26:42,988
    [ALL LAUGHING]
    
    171
    01:26:43,197 --> 01:26:46,724
    What's exciting about working with Robert
    is that it becomes very much its own.
    
    172
    01:26:50,237 --> 01:26:52,637
    Relax, I'm a doctor.
    
    173
    01:26:53,107 --> 01:26:57,009
    The riskiest character
    in this whole story is Watson...
    
    174
    01:26:57,178 --> 01:27:00,614
    ...because he's always been depicted
    as being a certain way.
    
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    01:27:00,781 --> 01:27:03,841
    SILVER: Watson is portrayed in the movies,
    in the Basil Rathbone films...
    
    176
    01:27:04,018 --> 01:27:06,748
    ...with Nigel Bruce,
    who's kind of a heavy guy like me...
    
    177
    01:27:06,921 --> 01:27:09,219
    ...who sits around
    and talks about things.
    
    178
    01:27:09,390 --> 01:27:11,585
    A few people were surprised
    when I was cast as Watson...
    
    179
    01:27:11,759 --> 01:27:13,886
    ...but when you go back
    to the original text...
    
    180
    01:27:14,061 --> 01:27:17,724
    ...this is a guy in his mid to late 30s,
    he has just left the army...
    
    181
    01:27:17,898 --> 01:27:19,957
    ...he was a bit of a war hero.
    
    182
    01:27:21,502 --> 01:27:26,599
    Watson is a badass, a ladies' man,
    a man of action.
    
    183
    01:27:26,774 --> 01:27:29,004
    I'll go inside you like that. Yeah.
    
    184
    01:27:29,176 --> 01:27:33,704
    Well, Jude I think embodies exactly
    the idea they had for a modern Watson.
    
    185
    01:27:34,615 --> 01:27:38,813
    Watson has been coined Hotson on the set
    because all the girls think he's hot.
    
    186
    01:27:39,520 --> 01:27:43,547
    It's no mystery that gals like Jude.
    But that would be too easy...
    
    187
    01:27:43,724 --> 01:27:47,353
    ...so he's almost withdrawing and playing
    someone who's just a little bit proper...
    
    188
    01:27:47,528 --> 01:27:49,758
    ...but it's appropriate for the period.
    
    189
    01:27:49,930 --> 01:27:53,024
    He's very much the alkaline
    to Robert's acid.
    
    190
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    - Look longer at the top.
    - It could just... Maybe that you could be...
    
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    DOWNEY JR: The second we met, we just
    started bouncing ideas off each other...
    
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    ...and we were very much on the same
    page, which is a pretty eccentric page.
    
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    Holmes. Does your depravity
    know no bounds?
    
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    No.
    
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    LAW: It was clear that we wanted to
    create a chemistry that was...
    
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    ...both, you know, incredibly tight,
    but also...
    
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    ...there's that wonderful sort of humor
    where friends bicker.
    
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    - You're not making any sense.
    - You're not human.
    
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    WIGRAM: And one of the big inspirations
    for Guy with this...
    
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    ...has been Butch Cassidy and the
    Sundance Kid. There's that quality.
    
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    RITCHIE: I suppose I'm interested
    in the partnership between men...
    
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    01:28:29,070 --> 01:28:30,435
    ...and the humor and the irony...
    
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    ...and the quirks that go with it.
    MAN: Action.
    
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    [GUN CLICKING EMPTY]
    
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    What was that about saving bullets?
    
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    They captured the levity and humor, but at
    the same time, they captured the sincerity.
    
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    LAW: We've just managed
    to keep this relationship...
    
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    And Robert and I have worked
    very, very hard on it... . Alive.
    
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    And it's been nothing short of great fun.
    
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    - Dinner? The Royale?
    HOLMES: Wonderful. My favorite.
    
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    You ****.
    
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    DOWNEY JR:
    It's too good, dude. It's too good.
    
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    MAN 1: Bring it from the top.
    MAN 2: Still rolling.
    
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    MAN 1: B camera.
    MAN 2: Action.
    
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    It is kind of a bit of a love letter
    to Victorian London, as well.
    
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    WIGRAM:
    London was always a character.
    
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    Because, I mean, Sherlock Holmes
    is synonymous with London.
    
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    You have this incredibly fascinating,
    engaging and dangerous city...
    
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    ...and he knows every inch of it.
    
    220
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    The carriage forked left, then right,
    a telltale bump over the Fleet Conduit.
    
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    LAW: The locations have been amazing.
    You know, I'm a Londoner, born and bred...
    
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    ...and we were going to places
    I've never been or seen.
    
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    We had to be here to shoot locations and,
    you know, we're running down real streets.
    
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    The feeling of doing this picture
    in London is incredible.
    
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    I mean, it is really a location movie.
    
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    CLARK-HALL:
    The work that we did out on the streets...
    
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    ...you could not have done in a studio.
    Not on that scale.
    
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    LAW: Whether it's through incredible sets
    or CGI or whatever it is...
    
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    ...we can really go back to
    London of 1891 and re-create it.
    
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    RITCHIE: They built us docks,
    they built us factories, they built us boats.
    
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    It's just fantastic to turn up and,
    you know, make a big film.
    
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    MAN:
    Action.
    
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    [GRUNTING]
    
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    WIGRAM: He's presenting it
    in the Guy Ritchie way...
    
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    ...which is down and dirty,
    and feels very authentic.
    
    236
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    MAN 1: Cut it.
    MAN 2: Cut it.
    
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    I hope you get bail by breakfast,
    because the boys are getting hungry.
    
    238
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    Guy and London just go hand in hand.
    And I think it's exciting for him...
    
    239
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    ...to be able to go back and say, "Well,
    what would it have looked like then?"
    
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    [RITCHIE YELLS]
    
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    [DOWNEY JR. YELLS]
    
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    Montage.
    
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    Three, two, one.
    
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    RITCHIE:
    I was attracted to the project...
    
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    ...because we could reinvent
    an iconic English figure.
    
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    STRONG: What Guy brings is something
    that just weeds out...
    
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    ...all of that old-fashioned cliché from it.
    
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    What excites me is that I feel that we have
    made a movie that's very specific to itself.
    
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    I think we've been faithful, but I do
    think we've also injected it with life.
    
    250
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    RITCHIE:
    Previous productions of Sherlock Holmes...
    
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    ...have been shackled
    by one thing or another.
    
    252
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    But we really are going for it.
    
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    Holmes!

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    Hola Fer:

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    Quote Originally Posted by nicolasm View Post
    Hola Fer:

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    Quote Originally Posted by nicolasm View Post
    Hola Fer:

    Como este es tu primer post, te comento que en este foro nos dedicamos a compartir información sobre todos lo temas de traducción. En realidad colaboramos con traducciones pequeñas, donde los profesionales necesiten una orientación o ayuda sobre cómo mejorar ciertas cosas.

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