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Poster for subtitles' movie Age of Innocence, The (1993).

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Title Age of Innocence, The (1993)
Type Movie

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ID MrI
Created May 3, 2004, 5:38:20 PM
Contributor Anonymous
Language English
FPS 23.976


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Name
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# Start End Metadata Lines
1 00:00:4.213 00:00:8.383
  1. 2CD fix+sync
  2. e u r o f i L e s
2 00:00:8.467 00:00:12.638
  1. tEAM.LoVeiNA
3 00:00:12.679 00:00:16.850
  1. gREetS2eVErYBODy
  2. in SUBScene
4 00:00:16.892 00:00:20.395
  1. e N J o y :)
5 00:04:16.840 00:04:18.175
  1. Well!
6 00:04:36.109 00:04:39.863
  1. I didn't think the Mingotts
  2. would have tried it on.
7 00:04:40.155 00:04:42.199
  1. Parading her at the opera.
8 00:04:42.407 00:04:45.869
  1. Sitting her next to May Welland.
  2. It's all very odd.
9 00:04:46.119 00:04:48.622
  1. Well, she's had such an odd life.
10 00:04:48.872 00:04:51.333
  1. Will they bring her
  2. to the Beauforts' ball?
11 00:04:51.625 00:04:54.711
  1. If they do, the talk
  2. will be of little else.
12 00:05:15.941 00:05:18.485
  1. Good evening, Mrs. Welland, May.
13 00:05:18.777 00:05:19.945
  1. Newland.
14 00:05:20.320 00:05:22.948
  1. You know my niece, Countess Olenska.
15 00:05:34.585 00:05:35.544
  1. Countess.
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# Start End Metadata Lines
1 00:00:1.668 00:00:5.339
  1. They traveled to the expected places,
  2. which May had never seen.
2 00:00:5.964 00:00:10.552
  1. In London, Archer ordered his clothes.
  2. They went to the National Gallery...
3 00:00:10.802 00:00:12.262
  1. ...and to the theater.
4 00:00:12.429 00:00:16.767
  1. I hope I don't look ridiculous.
  2. I've never dined out in London.
5 00:00:17.351 00:00:20.521
  1. English women dress like
  2. everyone else in the evening.
6 00:00:20.771 00:00:25.734
  1. How can you say that when they're
  2. at the theater in old ball dresses?
7 00:00:25.984 00:00:28.695
  1. Maybe they save their
  2. new dresses for home.
8 00:00:29.363 00:00:33.408
  1. - Then I shouldn't have worn this.
  2. - You look very fine.
9 00:00:34.910 00:00:36.870
  1. Really, quite beautiful.
10 00:00:43.168 00:00:45.838
  1. In Paris, she ordered her clothes.
11 00:00:46.088 00:00:48.674
  1. There were trunks of dresses
  2. from Worth.
12 00:00:48.924 00:00:51.218
  1. They visited the Tuileries.
13 00:00:58.767 00:01:2.896
  1. May's hands were modeled
  2. in marble at Rochet's studio.
14 00:01:3.272 00:01:5.649
  1. And occasionally, they dined out.
15 00:01:10.195 00:01:14.575
  1. But tell me, you were saying you were
  2. actually advised by Maupassant?

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