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Invictus (2009) Soundboard

Invictus (2009) Soundboard

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A good result here today.
A great kick from Andrew Mehrtens.
A very difficult job.
A very emotional moment for both teams.
About a year
All I ask is that you do your work to the best of your abilities...
All right, let's go. Let's do it
All right, one, two, three.
All your gold for all our sheep.
And I don't mean just simply shifting the affairs of the state to his bedroom.
And now Stransky gets a kick that's every bit as important as the one that Mehrtens...
And sniffer dogs
And that is the way one can get a big man coming...
And that's the reality.
ANNOUNCER 1 : This first 20 minutes will be absolutely critical.
Ball's trapped, green put in.
Boks kick a goal for the lead for the first time in the match.
But I just wanted to come and wish you good luck in person.
But this is a request from the top.
Come in, beautiful.
CROWD (CHEERING): Bokke! Bokke! Bokke!
Dada? Madiba?
Duly noted.
England, 11, South Africa, 0
Even if that brick comes wrapped in green and gold.
Everyone thinks they'll beat us, and if they do..
Final approach, captain.
Finds, and shall find, me unafraid.
Fuck you, pussy.
Good game.
Good job.
Good morning.
Guys, listen up. Dr. Luyt just wants a few words, please.
Has he got it?
He's a bastard, so they say
He's not a saint, okay? He's a man with a man's problems
Heads up! Heads up!
How are you?
How do we inspire everyone around us?
How do you like your tea, François?
How is your family, Hendrick?
I am 100 percent behind our boys
I don't have the right, doesn't belong to me.
I don't like seeing you shake his hand...
I hope it helps you.
I just wanna get him through tomorrow safely, that's all.
I know, I know. You have plenty on your plates already.
I see.
I will do what I must to stop that cycle
If we take away what they cherish..
If you would like to stay..
It made the warders very angry
It matters not how strait the gate
It means God Bless Africa.
It's good, it's good, it's good.
JASON : Linga, watch your left
Keep your hands up.
Lomu looks for contact every time he gets the ball.
Madiba. Madiba
MAN : Drive!
MAN : François Pienaar's team came to Loftus Versfeld Stadium this afternoon..
MAN : Last feet.
MAN : Okay, back to the line.
MAN : Thanks, Johan, for the update... Around the world, objectively...
MAN : Today marks the beginning of a new era in South Africa...
MAN (ON TV): Dr. Nelson Mandela, the president of South Africa..
MAN 1 : With you, with you! MAN 2 : Here, onside, onside!
MAN 1 : Yes. MAN 2 : No.
MAN 2 : And the top news of the day here in South Africa and around the world
MINISTER : The World Cup is played every four years.
Mrs. Brits, this is François Pienaar, captain of the Springboks.
No, because for them Springbok still represents apartheid
Now, all it takes is one idiot trying to make a statement...
Okay, let's go
On Robben Island...
Over there.
Ready? Okay, pass.
REFEREE : Penalty. Carrying the ball.
Sorry to disturb you, sir.
South Africa appears to be on the verge of a civil war.
South Africa had it in the maul and they should've played it.
Stransky, this time, has got this kick of immense importance for his country.
Thank you
Thank you
Thank you for coming on such short notice.
Thank you.
That is Lomu's second try this afternoon.
That is selfish thinking, Zindzi.
The past is the past
There you go
These All Blacks are possibly one of the greatest international sides ever...
Thinking about tomorrow?
This is a great opportunity.
This is complete crap, man.
Today President Mandela announced that, in his opinion..
Truly honored.
Unfortunately, Chester is far too easy to identify.
Very badly
We can see that New Zealand were looking to try..
We may not be the most talented team in the world...
We prove that we are what they feared we would be
We used to do that on the island, you know.
We would only interrupt such beautiful music for something truly important
We'll call him Mr. President.
We'll do our best. That, I can guarantee.
Well, I was thinking more along the lines of a case of wine.
Well, that is right. That is exactly right.
Well, you will make sure that my schedule is free for the entire match.
What do you think?
What dramatic moments here at Ellis Park.
What if I pull something stupid in front of him?
What the heck are we doing?
When you get a chance, can we get the schedule for the month?
Who came out of the womb with guns in their hands
Yeah. We didn't have the support of 60,000 South Africans.
Yes, Madiba.
Yes, sir.
You know him, he won't do that.
You look agitated, Jason.
You risk alienating your cabinet and your party
You see that? That picture is worth any number of speeches.
Your advice is duly noted
Zindzi, l...
Coach's run, 6 a.m. MAN : You gotta be kidding me.
Don't lose them, won't be able to get more. Thanks, François.
Good luck. James. Mr. President.
Good morning, Madiba. Good morning
Hello. There you go. DLAMINI : God bless you.
Here he comes. Yeah
I shook his hand on the rugby field. And you didn't even vote
Mandela. Thank you.
Nice to see you. Thank you.
Okay. Speak to your team.
This is it, let's go. MAN : Let's go!
With you, cappie. With you. All the way.
Yes, sir. Please, sit.
Yes. They're all preparing. Right.
...and stretch the game to the left to Jonah Lomu, and give him some time and space.
...and too expensive. He must do something about it
...and we might as well get used to it.
...are won before the first whistle because of it. the Proteas the Victor Verster Prison..
...before I could prevail against him.
...each playing in nine different venues around the country.
...has somehow managed to defy all expectations.
...has triggered a power struggle between the ANC and their black rivals
...made me proud to be South African.
...means he was the 466th prisoner to be interned here in 1964.
...or who you worked for before disqualifies you from working here..
...our partners in democracy
...then it is better that you do leave.
...when I was a student at Fort Hare.
...who is as dominant as any this correspondent has ever seen.
...with restraint and generosity will be conducting coaching clinics in townships all over the country. would be doing your country a great service