Two Brothers

All right. Close it up.
The village is grateful that
you come back again.

I'm grateful for the opportunity
to see you again.

They think you will rid the
region of the tigers.

To thank you, my father wants to
show you the temples up river -

where there are many statues.
Aren't those very far away?
No. Not too far.
About two week's walk.

Where did you learn
your English?

His Excellency asked the Australian
priests to open a school here.

To teach us languages.
I'm very impressed.
What else do they teach you?

To be aware of white man.
- Well...
- Mr. Administrator.

We have one tiger. Caught in
our trap yesterday morning.

Oh. Is one enough?
That will depend on your guest
with his shooting rifle.

His Excellency's father
was a great hunter.

Indeed, his father has
many qualities.

But a great number of them
appear to be puerility.

I see, you are
admiring my scheme.

Impressive, isn't it?
Soon you want me to break up these
temples and ship them to London.

London will come
here to see them.

The future is tourism, McRory.
And my role is going to
make it happen.

Poor Mr McRory.
If you have to bore the poor man
there's plenty left of the day.

You might have waited until
he had some lunch?

My wife, Matild.