Aaron Sorkin - The Social Network (Scene 6) [tekst, tłumaczenie i interpretacja piosenki]

Wykonawca: Aaron Sorkin
Album: The Social Network
Data wydania: 2010-10-01
Gatunek: Movie
Producent: David Fincher

Tekst piosenki

INT. PHOENIX HOUSE - NIGHT

The MUSIC CONTINUES as EDUARDO and other prospective new
members, all wearing tuxedos, are lined up in four rows.

The boy at the front of each row has a bottle of Jack Daniels
and drinks as long as they can before passing the bottle,
relay style, to the boy in back of him as a few seniors look
on. EDUARDO gets handed the bottle and starts in as we

CUT TO:

INT. CLASSROOM - DAY

It’s an Art History class and as we run past the rows of
STUDENTS we see that they all have the same painting up on
their laptops as the PROFESSOR gives his lecture. When we get
to MARK’s laptop we see that he’s writing code and we

CUT TO:

INT. SECOND DEPOSITION ROOM - DAY

       GAGE: From Mark Zuckerberg to Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss. December 10, 2003. “This week has been pretty busy thus far with classes and work so I think it’s probably best to postpone the meeting.”

CUT TO:

INT. CAMERON AND TYLER’S DORM ROOM - NIGHT

CAMERON, TYLER and DIVYA are reading the e-mail.

DIVYA
(reading)
“I’m also really busy tomorrow.”
(beat)
Anybody else feel like there’s something
up with this guy?
CAMERON
Tell him okay but we’ve gotta make sure
that we meet up before we all go off for
break.
CUT TO:
INT. EDUARDO’S DORM ROOM - NIGHT
EDUARDO’s at his desk on the phone when an envelope that says
“Phoenix” is slipped under his door. He turns and looks to see
it...
CUT TO:
INT. MARK’S DORM ROOM - NIGHT
Every available wall space is covered with a diagram or a
printout. EDUARDO comes in with the envelope.
45.EDUARDO
Mark--
MARK
I need a dedicated Linux box running
Apache with a mySQL backend. It’s gonna
cost a little more money.
EDUARDO
How much more?
MARK
Two-hundred more.
EDUARDO
Do we need it?
MARK
Gotta handle the traffic.
EDUARDO
Do it.
MARK
I already did.
EDUARDO
Hey, guess what?
(shows MARK the envelope)
I made the second cut.
MARK
Good job. You should be proud of that
right there, don’t worry if you don’t
make it any further.
EDUARDO
I’ll get outa here.
CUT TO:
INT. SECOND DEPOSITION ROOM - DAY
The MUSIC CONTINUES--
GAGE
(reading)
From Mark Zuckerberg to Tyler and Cameron
Winklevoss and Divya Narendra. December
15, 2003. “I have a cs problem set that
I’m just getting started with and it
should be about 15 hours of coding so
I’ll be busy tomorrow night.”
CUT TO:
46.INT. PFORZHEIMER DINING HALL - NIGHT
DIVYA
(reading)
“I won’t really be free to meet until
next Wednesday afternoon.”
CAMERON and TYLER give each other a look--”Is this guy flaking
out?”
CUT TO:
INT. SECOND DEPOSITION ROOM - DAY
GAGE
(reading)
“...have to cancel Wednesday afternoon.
I’ve basically been in the lab this whole
time and also...”
CUT TO:
INT. HAMBURGER JOINT - NIGHT
DIVYA’s reading off his blackberry to TYLER and CAMERON--
DIVYA
(reading)
“Won’t be able to do Saturday as I have
to meet up with my parents to...”
CUT TO:
EXT. HARVARD YARD - NIGHT
The MUSIC CONTINUES--
It’s snowing and cold as hell. EDUARDO’s now with a smaller
group of prospective members, most of whom are in their
underwear with a couple of them wearing pants. They’re all
blue and shivering. They’re gathered around a statue of John
Harvard as a senior announces--
SENIOR
As the plaque reads, this is John
Harvard, founder of Harvard University in
1638. It’s also called The Statue of
Three Lies. What are the three lies, Mr.
Dowd?
(beat)
Mr. Dowd.
SOPHOMORE
The three lies--
(beat)
The first--
47.
(MORE)(beat)
Shit!
SENIOR
Take your pants off.
EDUARDO
I know.
SENIOR
Mr. Saverin.
EDUARDO
1) Harvard was founded in 1636, not 1638.
2) Harvard wasn’t founded by John Harvard
and 3) That’s not John Harvard.
SENIOR
Who is it?
EDUARDO
A friend of the sculptor, Daniel Chester.
SENIOR
Keep your jacket on.
And as another kid simply falls to his hands and knees and
throws up, we
CUT TO:
INT. SECOND DEPOSITION ROOM - DAY
GAGE
39 days after Mr. Zuckerberg’s initial
meeting with my clients and he still
hadn’t completed work on
HarvardConnection. But on January 11,
2004--
CUT TO:
INT. MARK’S DORM ROOM - DAY
A website called Network Solutions is up on Mark’s screen. He
hits a couple of keys and waits intently.
Then the computer shows him what he wanted to see--
www.theFacebook.com--DOMAIN NAME REGISTERED
GAGE (V.O.)
Mr. Zuckerberg registered the domain name
theFacebook via network solutions.

CUT TO:

INT. SECOND DEPOSITION ROOM - DAY
GAGE
To the best of your knowledge, had he
even begun work on HarvardConnection?
EDUARDO
Not to my knowledge, no.
CUT TO:
INT. PORCELLIAN - NIGHT
CAMERON’s looking at his e-mail.
CAMERON
What in the world is this?
(reading)
“Hey Cameron. I’m still a little
skeptical that we have enough
functionality in the site to really draw
the attention and gain the critical mass
necessary to get a site like this to run.
We’ll speak soon.”
CUT TO:
INT. SECOND DEPOSITION ROOM - DAY
GAGE
This is the first time he mentioned any
problem?
DIVYA
Yes it was.
GAGE
You’d sent 36 e-mails to Mr. Zuckerberg
and received 16 return e-mails and this
was the first time he indicated he was
not happy.
DIVYA
That’s correct. He had 42 days to study
our system and get out ahead on--
MARK
Do you see any of your code on Facebook?
GAGE
(help me)
Sy, could you--
SY
(calming him)
Mark--
49.MARK
Did I use any of your code?
DIVYA
You stole our whole goddam idea!
SY
Fellas.
MARK
Match-dot-com for Harvard guys?
GAGE
Can I continue with my deposition?
MARK
You know you really don’t need a forensic
team to get to the bottom of this. If you
guys were the inventors of Facebook you’d
have invented Facebook.
DIVYA
I can’t wait to stand over your shoulder
and watch you write us a check.
MARK
No shit?
SY
(to GAGE)
Let’s continue.
DIVYA’s still staring at MARK, who just smiles a little as he
looks down.
GAGE
(beat)
February 4th, 2004--
CUT TO:
INT. COMPUTER SCIENCE LAB - DAY
MARK is working at a station. We can see through the windows
that it’s a frigid, snowy February day in Cambridge but MARK’s
in his hoodie and cargo shorts nonetheless. It looks like he
hasn’t slept in days. On his monitor we can see that he’s
working on the profile page for theFacebook.
DUSTIN MOSKOVITZ steps up to him quietly.
DUSTIN
Mark?
(pause)
Mark.
MARK turns his head and looks at him...
50.DUSTIN (CONT’D)
(quietly)
There’s a girl in your art history class.
Her name is Stephanie Attis. Do you
happen to know if she has a boyfriend?
MARK just keeps looking at him--barely even blinking--”Why am
I being interrupted?”
DUSTIN (CONT’D)
(beat)
Have you ever seen her with anyone?
(beat)
And if not, do you happen to know if
she’s looking to go out with anyone?
MARK
(pause)
Dustin. People don’t walk around with a
sign on them that says--
And MARK stops short right there. Because in his head, he’s
just discovered the cure for cancer.
DUSTIN
(pause)
Mark?
EXT. COMPUTER SCIENCE BUILDING - DAY
As MARK, with his backpack stuffed, comes flying out of the
building and into the snow, barely keeping his balance on the
ice and we
CUT TO:
INT. KIRKLAND HOUSE/LOBBY - MORNING
The heavy door bursts open and MARK comes busting through. He
makes his way with speed and intent up a flight of stairs.
Then another.
And then another until he gets to his floor. He sprints down
his hall toward his dorm room and barely notices EDUARDO
leaning against the door.
EDUARDO
We were supposed to meet at 9.
MARK is searching the pockets of his shorts for his keys.
EDUARDO (CONT’D)
Have you slept yet?
MARK opens the door and they go into his suite--
51.MARK
I have to add something.
EDUARDO
What?
MARK’s in his own world as he sits at the computer and calls
up theFacebook. The home page fills the screen.
EDUARDO (CONT’D)
(simply)
Shit.
(beat)
That looks good.
(beat)
That looks really good.
MARK
It’s clean and simple. No Disneyland, no
Live Nude Girls.
The CAMERA surveys the screen as MARK slips through some
functions to show EDUARDO and we see things that are now
familiar--A photo, sex, a profile, a list of attributes, a
poke application, etc.
MARK (CONT’D)
But watch.
MARK’s called up a the Emacs program and quickly writes out
several lines of code...
EDUARDO
What’d you write?
MARK goes back to the profile page. There’s a new area to be
filled in...
MARK
“Relationship Status”, “Interested In”.
(beat)
This is what drives life at college. Are
you having sex or aren’t you. It’s why
people take certain classes, and sit
where they sit, and do what they do, and
at its, um, center, you know, that’s what
theFacebook is gonna be about. People are
gonna log on because after all the cake
and watermelon there’s a chance they’re
actually gonna--
EDUARDO
--get laid.
MARK (over): --meet a girl. Yes.

EDUARDO
That’s really good.
MARK
(beat)
And that’s it.
EDUARDO
(beat)
What do you mean?
MARK
It’s ready.
EDUARDO
It’s ready?
MARK
Yeah.
EDUARDO
Right now?
MARK
That was it. And here’s the masthead.
MARK hits another couple of keystrokes and the website’s
masthead comes up.
EDUARDO
You made a masthead.
MARK
Yeah.
EDUARDO
(reading)
“Eduardo Saverin. Co-Founder and CFO.”
MARK
Yeah.
EDUARDO
You have no idea what that’s going to
mean to my father.
MARK
Sure I do.
EDUARDO
(pause)
When’s it gonna go live?

MARK: Right now. Get your laptop out.

EDUARDO
Why do we need my laptop?
MARK
Because you’ve got e-mails for everyone
at the Phoenix.
EDUARDO
(beat)
I’m not sure if it’s gonna be cool with
them that I spam their--
MARK
This is not spam.
EDUARDO
No, I know it’s not spam--
MARK
If we send it to our friends it’ll just
bounce around the Dworkin.
EDUARDO
I haven’t gotten in yet.
MARK: These guys know people and i need their e-mails.
EDUARDO
(beat)
Sure.
MARK
Good.


EDUARDO takes out his laptop--
MARK (CONT’D)
Gimmie the mailing list.
EDUARDO
[email protected] E-D-U.”
MARK opens up an e-mail and is writing a short message, then
includes a link to the site--
MARK
These guys. They’re literary geniuses
because the world’s most obvious Lewis
Carroll reference--
EDUARDO
They’re not so bad.
MARK
I’m just saying.

EDUARDO
You’re right.
He hits “Send”.
MARK
The site’s live.
EDUARDO
(pause)
You know what? Let’s go get a drink and
celebrate. I’m buying.
MARK is staring at the computer...
EDUARDO (CONT’D)
Mark?
MARK doesn’t hear him. We just see MARK’s head from the back
and it’s ever so slightly bobbing back and forth...
EDUARDO (CONT’D)
(pause)
Mark?
(beat)
Are you praying?

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