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find out who the people are,

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. [Women Chanting: African ]

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[ Doorbell Buzzing ]

3

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Julia Darro?

Parcel for you.

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Fuck me!

5

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[ Speaking

Foreign Language ]

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Julia!

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Darling!

8

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Julia, Max.

Hi.

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I’ll, uh, see you later.

10

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[ Sneezes ]

11

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So, what’s up?

12

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I want you

to see something.

13

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What is it?

It’s a hidden inscription.

14

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Ooh!

«Quis necavit equitem.»

15

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Who– I wish I could

remember my Latin.

16

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Who did something or other

to the horse…

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or something.

18

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Who did something or other

to the horse or something.

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What horse?

20

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- The chess piece!

-Oh, the knight!

21

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Who took the knight?

Who took the knight!

22

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I still don’t get it.

No, me neither.

23

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But I’m sure

it means something.

24

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Who covered up

the inscription and why?

25

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We could have

a great mystery here.

You and your intrigues.

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Menchu, this could be

a very important discovery.

27

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Relax, girl. Maybe Van Huys

just changed his mind.

28

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Artists are always

painting over their stuff.

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Yeah, maybe, but what if

someone else painted

over the inscription?

30

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Then you’d have a mystery.

Let’s do a stratigraphic

analysis and find out.

31

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Have you any idea

how much that’d cost?

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If we discovered a mystery,

it would increase the price

the painting brings.

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Think of the publicity.

Be worldwide interest.

34

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You’d be famous.

The Japanese love mysteries,

don’t they?

35

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A mystery?

I love a mystery too.

36

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Uh, Julia, meet Paco Montegrifo,

director of Claymore’s

auction house.

37

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Ah, the hands that restored

the Reverte altarpiece.

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- Careful. Turpentine.

- Oh, turpentine.

39

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Now, about the Van Huys.

We’re very excited about

The Chess Game.

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Mmm. So are we.

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- Is there something

I should know?

- Not yet.

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Now don’t be coy, Menchu.

We’re partners in this.

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Don’t forget that

I’m selling the painting.

I have a right to know.

44

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All in good time, darling.

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Oh, Mick!

46

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You two are up to something,

aren’t you?

[ Woman ] You slut!

47

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Baby, what did I do?

48

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Ow!

[ Julia ]

Who’s that?

49

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- Lola, the wife.

-Oh, Menchu.

50

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Now say good-bye

to Senor Montegrifo.

Good-bye, Senor Montegrifo.

51

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Can’t wait to find out

about your mystery.

52

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Do the stratigraphic

analysis,

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but don’t tell anyone but me

the results.

54

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Great.

Thank you.

55

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Listen, I’m gonna need

to do some more research

on the painting,

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find out who the people are,

that sort of thing.

57

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Talk to Alvaro.

Flemish painting

is his speciality.

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I don’t think

that’s such a good idea.

Why?

59

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You don’t still have your

knickers in a twist over him,

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do you?

No, of course not.

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So then whatever happened

in the past doesn’t mean

you can’t consult him…

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on a professional

basis now, does it?

63

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And then fuck him

for old times’ sake.

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[ Man ]

Cranach’sVenus and Cupid…

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painted in 1 531.

66

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An entirely new

and surprising theme,

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which, in Northern

painting of that time,

68

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was of an incredibly

audacious modernism.

69

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Now, who can tell me

what’s new here?

70

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John.

It’s the first known use

of a classical,

71

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rather than a religious theme

in Northern art.

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Yeah, sure, that’s right,

73

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but I’m talking about

something else.

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Anybody.

75

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Marisa.

76

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[ Students Laughing ]

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Yes, Marisa.

78

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What is it that you can see

in this painting that’s new?

79

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Could it be that she doesn’t

have any clothes on?

80

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[ Students Laughing ]

Exactly. She’s naked.

81

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Or to be more precise,

she’s almost naked.

82

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In figurative art, eroticism

appears as a relationship…

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between clothing and nudity.

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Cranach’sVenus

keeps her hat on.

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If she were completely naked,

all erotic tension

would be lost.

86

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Okay, that’s all for today.

Thank you. Lights.

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[ Clicks Switch ]

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I need some information about

a painting I’m working on.

89

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Sure.

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[ Sniffs ]

Linseed oil, turps.

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Brings back old memories.

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Van Huys.

93

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Very good, Professor.

It’s calledThe Chess Game.

94

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Never seen it before.

Never even heard of it.

No, nobody has.

95

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It’s been in a private

family collection

for 500 years.

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Menchu found it.

She’s bringing it to auction

at Claymore’s.

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[ Whistles ]

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Baby, you’ve hit the big time.

99

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You sure it’s the real thing?

Yes, absolutely.

100

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We’ve checked the provenance,

everything. I just need some

background on these people.

101

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Right.

Well, this guy here,

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«Ferdinand Ost D,»

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is probably Duke Ferdinand

of Ostenburg.

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Ostenburg?

Small, little independent state

on the Franco-German border,

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swallowed up by Burgundy

in the Middle Ages.

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«Beatrix of Burgundy.»

Duchess of Ostenburg.

107

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See? Burgundy. It was

a marriage of two powers.

108

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Oh, she was married

to the old guy.

109

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Well, older men make

more sensitive lovers.

110

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Who’s the good-looking one?

He’s more difficult.

111

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«Preux.» Could be

his last name.

112

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Word means «brave,»

«chivalrous.»

113

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They used to use it a lot

when they talked about Lancelot.

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He’s a knight.

Could be.

115

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I could dig in

the chronicles if you like.

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Dig, please.

117

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[ Kisses ]

Missed you.

118

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Isn’t Marisa

taking good care of you?

119

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Come on, Julia,

give me a break.

120

00:10:03,336 –> 00:10:05,327

Can’t we keep things strictly

professional between us?

121

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It was different

with you.

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[ Sneezes ]

I’m so sorry.

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I have to go.

124

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Don’t you have any feelings

about me anymore?

125

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You dumped me, remember?

126

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It’s not as simple as that.

It wasn’t my idea.

127

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Can I just explain?

Never mind.

Why go into it?

128

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I have to go.

129

00:10:34,634 –> 00:10:37,870

You’ll still do the research,

won’t you?

130

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Yeah, I’ll call you

as soon as I have something.

131

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[ Man ]

Oo-hoo!

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[ Keys Jingling ]

133

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Princess,

you’ve changed the lock.

134

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I knew this would happen

if you got a place

of your own.

135

00:11:58,317 –> 00:12:00,319

Claymore’s insurance company

made me get a security system.

136

00:12:00,319 –> 00:12:02,755

I’m working on

a very valuable piece.

137

00:12:02,755 –> 00:12:07,159

Look. I made the key code

in your name: C-E-S-A-R.

138

00:12:07,159 –> 00:12:09,957

Give me a kiss, you brat.

. [ Alarm Beeping ]

139

00:12:10,763 –> 00:12:12,754

Ugh.

140

00:12:15,634 –> 00:12:18,437

- La-dum!

- I hate you.

141

00:12:18,437 –> 00:12:22,032

- Shall I take it away?

- No, don’t.

142

00:12:23,642 –> 00:12:25,644

Look at me.

I’m the size of a house.

143

00:12:25,644 –> 00:12:28,447

A house designed by Gaudi.

144

00:12:28,447 –> 00:12:32,051

All curves

and lighter than air.

145

00:12:32,051 –> 00:12:35,254

I still hate you.

What are you doing here

at this hour of the morning?

146

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[ Water Running ]

I was nearby.

Just looking in on Udolfo.

147

00:12:39,725 –> 00:12:42,928

How is Udolfo?

Dying, actually.

148

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I’m so sorry.

Is there anything I can do?

149

00:12:46,565 –> 00:12:50,160

I should visit him.

Doesn’t want anyone

to see him.

150

00:12:51,771 –> 00:12:54,968

Now… for the dishes.

151

00:12:55,374 –> 00:12:58,177

Cesar, please, I can do that.

Stop treating me like a child.

152

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But you are a child,

darling.

153

00:13:00,579 –> 00:13:03,783

You’re a mess. I’ve been

worried sick about you.

154

00:13:03,783 –> 00:13:05,384

You don’t even

answer your phone.

155

00:13:05,384 –> 00:13:07,787

Cesar, come here.

I want to show you something.

156

00:13:07,787 –> 00:13:09,778

What?

157

00:13:11,390 –> 00:13:14,587

You cleaned your room?

No.

158

00:13:16,595 –> 00:13:20,599

It’s a genuine Van Huys.

But that’s not all.

159

00:13:20,599 –> 00:13:23,402

The X rays revealed a strange

cloud of pigment down here,

160

00:13:23,402 –> 00:13:26,605

but I didn’t know what it was,

so I ordered some infrareds.

161

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And look.

162

00:13:28,607 –> 00:13:30,598

It’s a hidden inscription,

do you see?

163

00:13:31,010 –> 00:13:33,078

It means

«Who took the knight?»

164

00:13:33,078 –> 00:13:35,114

Until yesterday

I thought it referred to

one of the chess pieces,

165

00:13:35,114 –> 00:13:39,518

but then Alvaro said one of

the characters was a knight.

166

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Alvaro? Have you been

seeing him again?

167

00:13:42,721 –> 00:13:45,558

No. He’s just been helping

with the research,

that’s all.

168

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How can you do this to me?

You know how I feel about him.

169

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I’m not doing anything!

170

00:13:53,966 –> 00:13:56,769

[ Horn Honking ]

God. That’ll be Menchu.

171

00:13:56,769 –> 00:13:59,567

We’re going out

to see the owner.

172

00:14:08,013 –> 00:14:10,413

Don’t be cross. Bye.

173

00:14:15,254 –> 00:14:19,658

[ Menchu ] Did you and Alvaro

exchange bodily fluids?

[ Julia ] Yeah, in a way.

174

00:14:19,658 –> 00:14:23,262

You did?

He tried to kiss me.

I sneezed in his face.

175

00:14:23,262 –> 00:14:27,333

Very good, Julia.

I must try that one

sometime.

176

00:14:27,333 –> 00:14:32,168

I’m not like you, Menchu.

I can’t just jump into bed

with someone for the fun of it.

177

00:14:32,571 –> 00:14:36,208

You’re wound up

tight as a drum, darling.

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