Captain Phillips (2013) - full transcript

Captain Phillips is a multi-layered examination of the 2009 hijacking of the U.S. container ship Maersk Alabama by a crew of Somali pirates. It is - through director Paul Greengrass's distinctive lens - simultaneously a pulse-pounding thriller, and a complex portrait of the myriad effects of globalization. The film focuses on the relationship between the Alabama's commanding officer, Captain Richard Phillips (two time Academy Award®-winner Tom Hanks), and the Somali pirate captain, Muse (Barkhad Abdi), who takes him hostage. Phillips and Muse are set on an unstoppable collision course when Muse and his crew target Phillips' unarmed ship; in the ensuing standoff, 145 miles off the Somali coast, both men will find themselves at the mercy of forces beyond their control.

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(CHATTERING ON TV)

(DOOR CLOSES)

Okay.

You all right?

Yeah.

You'd think these trips would
get easier, but it's just the opposite.

Well, I feel the same
way, Ange.

ANDREA: I know this is what we do.
This is our life.

But it just seems like the world
is moving so fast,

and right now
things are changing so much.



They sure are.

I'll tell you something.
It's not gonna be easy for our kids.

They're going into a different world
than the one you and I came into.

Yeah.

You know,
both our kids are doing great.

But it worries me when Danny
doesn't take school seriously.

Him missing class.
That could come out--

it might hurt him when he's out
looking for a job, you know?

The competition out there.
When I was starting out,

you could make captain if you put
your head down and did your work.

But young guys coming up now...

Companies want things faster
and cheaper.

And 50 guys compete
for every job.

Everything's different,
and big wheels are turning.



You gotta be strong
to survive out there.

Mm.

I hear what you're saying.

It's gonna be okay, right?

Oh, yeah.

Gonna be okay.

MAN (OVER PA): This is a
special security announcement.

Please maintain control
of your personal belongings at all times.

Unattended baggage is subject
to search, inspection and removal.

I love you.
Love you too.

Have a safe trip.
I'll call you from there.

(CHATTERING IN SOMALI)

(BASS THUMPING OVER SPEAKERS)

(PEOPLE CLAMORING)

(BOY SHOUTING IN SOMALI)

(IN SOMALI)
They're here!

Hurry, Muse!

MAN (IN SOMALI): What the hell are you doing?
Why aren't you out on the water?

You know what you're supposed to do!

You should be out there
earning money!

(IN SOMALI)
But we caught a ship last week.

That was last week!

The boss wants money today!

Bring Garaad
another ship soon

or you will answer for it!

(GUNSHOTS)

Everybody, get back
to work now!

(CHATTERING)

(IN SOMALI)
Stay out of my way today.

ASAD (IN SOMALI):
Hufan!

I'm going to get us something big!

HUFAN: Those who want
to make money, come.

(IN SOMALI)
Muse, take me with you.

(IN SOMALI) Does your
sister know you're here?

She's selling khat up there.

This is her best stuff.

(BOTH SPEAKING IN SOMALI)

(MEN CLAMORING)

(ASAD SHOUTING IN SOMALI)

ASAD: When we get a big ship,
you will be well paid.

You want to work?

Do you know how to steer a boat?

Go, go.

(IN SOMALI)
I'm ready.

What do you have for me?
Money.

When are you gonna give it to me?
As soon as we're paid.

HUFAN:
Spread out!

Let my other man choose his crew.

ASAD: Next time bring me
something if you want to work.

(MEN CLAMORING)

MUSE:
Come on, Bilal.

(IN SOMALI)
Hey, Skinny, I can steer your boat.

If you choose me, you won't regret it.

Okay, Elmi.

(MEN CLAMORING)

I need somebody strong.

Somebody like this?

I want him.

(IN SOMALI)
Get out of my way!

(IN SOMALI)
Why did he pick him?

He's from another village.

(CHATTERING)

(♪♪♪)

(SHOUTING IN SOMALI)

ASAD:
Move!

Faster, move faster!

(CHATTERING)

See if you can get more power.

Okay.

ASAD:
You!

Get over here!

Come help us!

(♪♪♪)

(MIDDLE-EASTERN MUSIC
PLAYING OVER SPEAKERS)

(MAN SPEAKING INDISTINCTLY OVER PA)

WORKER:
Okay, pull it in!

Sign right there, sir.

You have a good day.

Hello, Cap. Let me get that for you.
Morning.

MAN 1 (OVER PA):
Attention, all crew. All crew.

1500 departure three out.

Hey, good to see you, Cap.
Shane. Good to see you.

Good to see you.
Hey. Carry on.

SHANE: Hey, bos?
MAN 2: Yeah?

SHANE:
Get on that safety rail, huh?

Kenny.
KENNY: Yeah?

I want you to go down to the deck office,
grab Jimmy, get on the Lodestar.

Mm-hm.
That ballast, move it five points.

Take care of that now.
You got it.

SHANE:
How's the family, Cap?

Oh, you know.

Andrea's a champ, one kid gone,
another kid going.

How are the boxes?

SHANE: Oh, you know. Just putting
a few last containers on.

Twenty-four hundred tons of
commercial cargo, 200 tons of food aid,

166 tons of freshwater,
250 metric tons of fuel bunkered.

PHILLIPS:
Walk me through the plan.

So here we are in Salalah.

Travel down the coalition corridor
to Djibouti.

Then we exit the shipping lane

south of Socotra.

Socotra, okay.

SHANE: Then we're on our own down
the coast through the Somali Basin,

all the way down to Mombasa.

MAN 1 (OVER RADIO): We need five
minutes on that reefer bow.

We should be able
to unload the containers around 0800.

Well, let's tighten up security.

We are going
around the Horn of Africa, right?

We got pirate cages. They were
all open. All the doors are unlocked.

I want everything closed, locked,
even in port.

Right.
Fine. Ready to leave. 1500.

Absolutely, Cap. You got it.

(♪♪♪)

Stow the gangway.

Last lines in.

Okay. Lower it.

WORKER 1:
Sixteen-B ready. Take it up.

WORKER 2:
Tighten it up.

Hey, slow down.

Bow clear.

WORKER 3:
Stern lines are clear.

Bow thruster full starboard.

SHANE:
Bow thruster on.

WORKER 4:
All lines clear. Ship is under way.

Dead slow ahead.
Dead slow ahead.

(♪♪♪)

MAN 1:
Keep those hatches locked down.

MAN 2: Cap.
Morning.

MAN 3:
Check that rigging.

(MEN CHATTERING)

PHILLIPS: Shane.
SHANE: Yeah?

We need those time sheets.

She's winking at me.
But it turns out that's what they do.

I'll show you this place.
I'll take you.

I'll have two beers
and a bucketful of sin, please.

(MEN LAUGHING)

Yeah. About done with that coffee?

Yeah.
CRONAN: Yeah, we're done.

SHANE:
That's 15, guys.

Back to work. Come on, let's go.

Jesus.
MAN: See you down there, Mike.

(INDISTINCT RADIO CHATTER)

HUFAN: Their main route
is packed with ships

but we can't attack a herd.

This one is alone.

(ERIC CLAPTON'S "WONDERFUL
TONIGHT" PLAYING OVER SPEAKERS)

♪ She puts on her makeup ♪

♪ And brushes her long blonde hair ♪

♪ And then she asks me,
"Do I look all right?" ♪

♪ And I say,
"Yes, you look wonderful tonight" ♪♪

(SIGHS)

Morning.

Hey, Cap.

KENNY: Cap. Morning, Cap.

Shane, I want to do some security drills,
unannounced.

Starting now.

Uh, what?
Fire, man overboard?

Everything.
Ken, you're the duty officer?

Yeah, Cap. Right.

Boat with two armed men is approaching
on your starboard beam.

No, no. Whistle first.
SHANE: Let's go.

(HORN BLARES)

That way the pirates know we're aware of
them and are ready to defend the ship.

Hustle up. Let's go.

(SIREN WAILING)

Attention, all crew.

(OVER PA) All crew.
All men to your stations on deck.

Repeat,
all men to your deck stations now.

Let's do this.

(DOOR OPENS THEN CLOSES)

Come on-- Get those keys off your hip.
Put them in your pocket. Come on, guys.

Pirates capture you
and find those keys,

they'll have access to every door
on this ship.

MAN 1:
Get those hoses on.

Bring it around, bring around,
bring around.

MAN 2: Watch it, man.
MAN 1: Ready with number six.

SHANE:
All right.

You tied up?

MAN 3:
All done here, Shane.

Hey, Cap, this is Shane. Do you read?
Yeah, Shane, go ahead.

Things are looking good down here.
We're getting close with the hoses.

All right. Let me know
when you're ready down there.

Copy that.

(BREATH ES DEEPLY)

(BEEPING)

(♪♪♪)

Shane, come up to the bridge.

SHANE:
Okay.

(♪♪♪)

What's up, Cap? Everything okay?

I don't like the look of that.

(DIALING)

Yeah, Cap.
Chief, I want all your guys on station.

Still in the drill?

This is real-world. Someone coming up
on our starboard quarter.

Got it.

(♪♪♪)

Port, 5 degrees.
Let's see if they follow us.

Port, 5.

(♪♪♪)

(BEEPING CONTINUES)

Get the crew back
to their muster stations.

Right.

Attention, all crew.
Return to your muster stations.

(OVER PA)
Repeat, return to your muster stations.

This is not a drill.
This is a real-world situation.

Yeah, Cap.
I want to come up to 122.

Second mate and helmsman
to the bridge.

You're good. Bring her on up.

(♪♪♪)

Now get me U.S. Maritime Emergency.

(DIALING)

Two skiffs.
Can't tell how many they're carrying.

SHANE:
Copy that.

There's no answer
at the U.S. Maritime Emergency line.

Raise the UKMTO.
Right.

What's up?

We got two skiffs approaching.
Get on the radar.

Yeah, this is the Maersk Alabama.
Here's the captain.

UKMTO.

Operations?
WOMAN: Receiving.

This is the Maersk Alabama.

Our position is 2 degrees 2 north
by 49 degrees 19 east.

Our course is 180.
Our speed is 17 knots.

We have two skiffs approaching
at a distance of 1.5 miles

with a possible mothership following.

Potential piracy situation.
WOMAN: Copy, Alabama.

Alert your crew,
get your fire hoses ready

and follow lockdown procedures.

Uh-- Yeah. Is that it?

I'm relaying your transmission now,
but chances are it's just fishermen.

They're not here to fish.

(♪♪♪)

She's really big! Get ready!

You worry about yourself,
skinny rat!

Both skiffs carrying armed men.

Distance?
One and a quarter miles and closing.

(DIALING)

(PHONE RINGS)

Yeah, Cap.
I wanna bring it up to 125.

You're still good.
One twenty-five.

MUSE: Brothers, we're going
to make a lot of money!

Slow down! The waves are too big!

They're at one mile now, Cap.
Only one mile.

Coalition Warship 237,
this is Maersk Alabama.

Coalition Warship 237,
Maersk Alabama.

(IN DEEP VOICE)
Go, Alabama.

(IN NORMAL VOICE) Our position is 2
degrees 2 north by 49 degrees 19 east.

(OVER RADIO) Our course is 180.
Our speed is 18.5 knots.

We are being approached
by two pirate skiffs

with a possible mothership following.

We require immediate assistance.

We have a crew of 20.

We are preparing our weapons now
but request air support if possible.

Copy?

(IN DEEP VOICE)
Copy, Alabama.

Be aware, a gunship is in the air.
ETA your position, five minutes.

(IN NORMAL VOICE)
Five minutes. Thank you, 237.

(♪♪♪)

(ASAD SHOUTING IN SOMALI)

ASAD: Did you hear that?
Did you hear that?

We've got to get out of here!

Turn back, turn back!

What are you doing?

(MEN SHOUTING IN SOMALI)

Where are you going?

Come on! Keep going!

SHANE:
Yeah, we got one down.

But the other one's still coming.
Half a mile out.

PHILLIPS:
We need to make a bigger wake.

(PHONE RINGS)

Yeah.
Cancel the limits. One two nine.

Yeah, you're on the edge
with Cylinder Number 5.

Do it.

Port, 5 degrees.
MAN: Port, 5 degrees.

(SHOUTING IN SOMALI)

Faster, faster!

They're at a quarter mile now.

Starboard, 5 degrees.
MAN: Starboard, 5 degrees.

MUSE:
Hurry, hurry! Go!

ELMI: We're pushing
this engine too hard!

Faster, faster!

(ALL GRUNTING)

(ENGINE SPUTTERING)

(CHATTERING IN SOMALI)

Come on, let's go!

(ENGINE SPUTTERS)

This thing is busted.

Then fix it!
I'm trying!

(♪♪♪)

(MAN SPEAKING IN SOMALI)

KENNY: They're not messing around.
Lit us up from miles away.

MAN 1:
Must've been tracking us.

MAN 2: Why doesn't the company
give us armed guards?

SHANE: Move it in.
The captain's here.

Blips on the radar that are
clocking at 27 knots.

They were moving.
We cannot outrun these guys.

Obviously, we all just went
through a dangerous situation.

Two skiffs, both with armed intruders.

Now, we all know that's a hazard
in these waters, but you performed well.

The ship performed well.

The authorities
have been made aware

so I think we have the situation
well in hand.

From now on,
we just follow our normal duties.

Mate, what do you got?

Yeah. We're all on double shifts
until we make it through these waters.

All right. Chief, can you keep
your engineers on roster?

We'll keep a guy in the ECR
around the clock.

All right. Enjoy your coffee.

CRONAN:
Cap.

They're coming back.

MAN 3: Amen. Yeah, that's right.
They're coming back.

If they come back, we'll follow procedure.
They worked today, they'll work again.

We got the speed, we got the height,
we got hoses that can sink those skiffs.

We will follow the procedures even if
we have to shut down, lock down,

go dead in the water
and wait for help.

(MEN CLAMORING)

Now, wait. I'm a u--
Okay, I'm a union guy, okay?

Twenty-five years, all right?

I'm telling you now that they're
not paying me enough to fight pirates.

You all signed up for a route
around the Horn of Africa.

What did you expect?
I didn't sign up for the Navy over here.

You signed up for the route.

For a cargo ship.
SHANE: What did you expect?

MAN 4: Not getting
attacked without weapons.

Why don't we get out of here?
Put room between us.

Go where?
In eight hours,

we could be a hundred miles from here.
KENNY: Hundred to a 150.

There's five pirate bands
in this part of the world.

You go out 300 miles, you run into one,
go 6, you run into another.

Our job ¡s to move the cargo as
fast as possible. That's the job.

If anybody doesn't like it,
if anybody wants off,

if anybody doesn't like this route

between Salalah, Djibouti
and Mombasa,

come to my office and
sign the paperwork per the union,

and you'll be on the first flight home
out of Mombasa.

Enjoy your coffee.
Let's get back to work.

KENNY: Go get those guys
squared away, will you?

(LADDER CLANGS)

ASAD: The ocean was rough.
Really rough.

Hufan, I'm telling you,
our boat couldn't take it.

Nothing was working for us.

MUSE:
Hurry up.

We need a bigger one for that ship.

I want this welded by the morning

by tomorrow, got it?

(MAN SPEAKING IN SOMALI)

Elmi.

When will that engine be ready?

We've gotta fix it.

This thing is old and weak.

It's a piece of shit.

Shut up and fix it
for your crew of women.

(LAUGHS)

Why don't you give me your engine?

Shut up, Skinny. You talk too much.

I may be skinny, but I'm not a coward.

What did you say?

(GUN COCKS)

Say it again!

(ASAD SHOUTING IN SOMALI)

You think you're somebody?

Say it again!

(MEN MURMURING)

(WRENCH CLATTERS)

The coward is the first
one in the grave.

(SIGHS)

SHANE (OVER RADIO):
Captain, this is Shane.

Yeah, go ahead.

I think you better get up here.

Corning.

(♪♪♪)

Where are they?
Port quarter.

One-point-seven miles, captain.

Guy's coming on his own.

PHILLIPS:
Sound the alarm.

Get U.S. Maritime
Emergency for me.

(DIALING ON PHONE)

(HORN BLARES THEN SIREN WAILING)

Muster stations. This is not a drill.
Everyone to muster stations.

(OVER PA) This is not a drill.
Come on.

MAN 1:
Shit.

MAN 2:
Come on. Let's go. Go.

(PHONE RINGS)

Yeah, Cap.
They're coming back.

I want max revs. Take the limits off.

Copy that. Canceling all limits.

Five degrees starboard.
Starboard, 5 degrees.

(♪♪♪)

Get ready.

U.S. Maritime Emergency line.

This is the Maersk Alabama.
We are under pirate attack at a...

What's happening?
SHANE: Ken, get out here.

I need eyes on the wing. Skiff coming in.
I'm on it.

PHILLIPS: Our course is 166.
Our speed is 19 knots.

Copy that, Alabama.
Relaying to military channels now.

Copy that.

SHANE:
They're coming in fast, Cap.

(STATIC CRACKLING OVER RADIO)

MUSE (IN ENGLISH OVER RADIO):
Alabama.

Alabama ship.

Somali coast guard.
This is a routine check.

Stop your ship now.

We are coming aboard.
We're here to help you.

Shane, they're dead astern.
Jesus Christ.

MIKE: Yeah, Cap.
We're gonna need the hoses.

Yeah, your pumps are good.

Count it down for me, Shane.
SHANE: Yeah. They're at 800 yards.

Prepare for hard turns.
MUSE: Stop now!

SHANE:
Standing by.

MUSE:
Alabama, this is your final warning.

Stop the ship.

They're not stopping.

Show them who we are, Muse.

(IN SOMALI)
Shoot at them!

(GUNFIRE)

Shots fired! Shots fired!
Hit the hoses.

(MACHINE WHIRRING)

Turn!

(SHOUTING IN SOMALI)

KENNY:
Coming in close, Cap.

(GRUNTING)

(SHOUTING IN SOMALI)

Shane! Hose seven has slipped.

Bay 17.
I'm on it. Shit.

Be careful.
I'm on Channel 3.

It's clear over there!

KENNY:
They're coming back in.

MUSE:
Untie the ladder.

Give me the other one.

(SHOUTING IN SOMALI)

Shoot him!

Let's go, let's go!

Hurry up, Bilal.

Move your ass, kid.

(GRUNTING)

(MUSE SHOUTING IN SOMALI)

Channel 3. Shane, get out of there.

Get everybody down
to the engine room.

I need you in command there.

MUSE:
Stop him!

(GROANS)

All crew! All crew!

All crew to the engine room!
All crew to the engine room now!

MAN 1:
Come on, let's go. Move it.

MAN 2:
Come on, men.

(PIRATES SHOUTING IN SOMALI)

MUSE:
Higher. Get it higher.

Port, 30 degrees.
KENNY: Port, 30 degrees.

Hook it on!

They got the ladder up.
Starboard, 30 degrees.

KENNY:
Starboard, 30 degrees.

Get out of my way.

(PIRATES SHOUTING IN SOMALI)

Port, 30 degrees.
KENNY: Port, 30 degrees.

Starboard, 30 degrees.
Starboard, 30.

MAN:
Someone's shooting at us.

CRONAN: Hang on.
Just get together against the wall.

Cronan. Cronan.
CRONAN: Yeah.

SHANE: Hold them by the door.
We'll get a head count.

Go down to the door.

Mike?
MIKE: Yeah.

How long till you can shut her down?
Five minutes.

How long till you can shut her down?
Five minutes.

(PIRATES SHOUTING IN SOMALI)

Four pirates on board.

(OVER PA) Four pirates, coming
towards us down the main deck.

Lock down the bridge.
SHANE: Yeah.

PHILLIPS: Listen up. We have been
boarded by four armed pirates.

You know the drill.

We stay hidden no matter what.
I don't want any hostages.

(SHOUTING IN SOMALI)

We stay locked down
until help arrives.

No one comes out until you hear
the nonduress password, "suppertime."

(GUNFIRE IN DISTANCE)

Jesus.

If the pirates find you, remember,
you know the ship.

They don't.
Make them feel like they're in charge

but keep them away from the generator
and the engine controls.

(GUNSHOT)

(PIRATES SHOUTING IN SOMALI)

Stick together,

and we'll be all right.

Good luck.

SHANE: Take everybody to the
bottom of the engine room.

Hide them behind the cylinders.

Try to split them
into groups of threes and fours.

(♪♪♪)

(PIRATES SHOUTING IN SOMALI)

(GUNFIRE)

(IN ENGLISH)
Hey! Don't move! Don't move!

KENNY:
Okay, okay.

NAJEE: Don't move, I said! Don't move!
All right. All right.

Okay.

Okay. All right. Okay.

NAJEE:
Don't move! We have four!

All right, all right.
NAJEE: Don't move! We have four! Four!

(SHOUTING IN SOMALI)

ELMI (IN ENGLISH):
No, no.

(IN SOMALI)
Get away. Get over there.

(PIRATES SHOUTING IN SOMALI)

MUSE (IN ENGLISH):
Captain.

Relax. Nobody get hurt.

No al Qaeda here.

Just business.
We want money.

When we get paid,
everything gonna be okay.

The ship.

Where from?

The ship? Uh, America.
It's an American ship.

America? Ha-ha-ha. Yes! Yes!

You?

Yankee?

Me? Yeah, yeah. Yeah, yeah.
Yankee-Irish. Yeah.

(IN SOMALI) From now on this
one is called Irish, okay?

Irish. Irish.

(PIRATES CHATTERING IN SOMALI)

(IN ENGLISH)
Okay, Irish. What else you carrying?

What do you mean?

TV? Car?

TV and car--? No, no.
We just got the food--

Dollars?
Uh...

We do. Kenny?
Kenny, what do we have in the safe?

We got like, what, $30,000 in the safe?
KENNY: Uh... Uh...

Yeah, we got like-- We have--
In the safe, we got $30,000.

It's yours.

Thirty thousand dollars?

What am I?
Do I look like a beggar?

(MACHINES WHIRRING)

(MACHINES POWERING DOWN
THEN MONITORS BEEPING)

ELMI:
What's that?

(PIRATES SHOUTING IN SOMALI)

PHILLIPS:
It's all right.

(IN SOMALI)
Hey, calm down! Calm down.

CRONAN:
Get back there.

SHANE:
Yeah, yeah, over here.

(♪♪♪)

We got a problem.

We pushed the ship too hard.
We're off the grid.

That means
the computer's now off-line.

MUSE (IN ENGLISH): Captain. Captain.
The ship's broken.

No one get hurt
if you don't play no game.

Uh-- it's-- The ship's broken.
We had to go--

Nobody gets hurt. Easy.
Hey!

Look at me.
Sure.

Look at me.
Sure.

I'm the captain now.

(♪♪♪)

(IN SOMALI)
Watch this ugly one.

(SPEAKS IN SOMALI)

(MACHINE BEEPING)

NAJEE (IN SOMALI):
What are you doing?

MUSE:
I'm going to fix it.

Do you know how?

Hold the gun on him.

NAJEE:
I've got him, don't worry.

(MACHINE BEEPS)

(BEEPING RAPIDLY)

Don't mess with anything
you don't know.

Come on, man.

What are you doing?
Just take care of that guy.

BILAL:
Stop the games.

(♪♪♪)

(IN ENGLISH)
Where is the crew?

I don't know. I don't know.
I'm here with you.

Where is your crew?
I don't know. Here, I'll call them up.

I'll get them up here,
all right?

This is the captain speaking.

The pirates demand all crew members
to the bridge. All--

Every crew,

one minute, I will kill someone.
One minute.

Another minute, I kill somebody.

I kill all your friends.
One minute.

I will no call again.

(IN SOMALI) Get that one and
put him against the wall.

I'm trying--
(IN ENGLISH) You think we playing?

No, I'm doing the best--
No play. No play.

PHILLIPS: I'm doing the best I can.
Easy, I kill you. Easy.

(PIRATES SHOUTING IN SOMALI)

No, no. Look.
You don't have to do that.

PHILLIPS: Come on.
(IN ENGLISH) You play? You play?

Take it easy, take it easy.
No, no, no.

No, look, look.
Stop play!

Don't shoot him. Don't shoot him.
You're gonna shoot somebody, shoot me.

Where is the crew, Irish?
Forty seconds!

I don't know. I'm here with you.

MUSE: No.
Where is the crew?

I see nobody.

I'm the captain. I'm the captain.
Thirty second!

If you're gonna shoot somebody,
you shoot me.

You killing him.
PHILLIPS: It's my ship.

Listen to me.
You killing him.

I'm the captain.
I'm the captain, not them.

NAJEE: Twenty second!
PHILLIPS: This is between us.

I'm trying to straighten this out. Are you?
This is how you solve your problems?

You said you just wanted money.

You said this was just business.
Is this business?

Is this how you do business?
NAJEE: Ten seconds.

Die right now.

(♪♪♪)

(SPEAKING IN SOMALI)

(IN SOMALI)
Wait.

(IN ENGLISH)
I want to search the ship.

You wanna search the ship?

I want to search every lock and hold
of the ship now.

You wanna search the ship?
Now.

All right. We'll search the ship.

We'll start on the nav deck
and work our way down.

We better hope the
emergency power stays on.

We won't be able to see if it goes off.
I'll take you. We'll search the ship.

But you stop threatening my men.

No game.

PHILLIPS: No game.
Let's go.

(SPEAKING IN SOMALI)

PHILLIPS:
All right? All right, good.

(IN SOMALI)
Take his radio.

(SPEAKS IN SOMALI)

All right. Okay.

MUSE (IN ENGLISH):
Go.

Gotta get these lights off.
They're gonna see us.

We need to shut down the generator
on the main deck.

You think you can get up there?
Yeah.

SHANE: I'm gonna go to the mess, get water.
Get everyone on the lower level.

All right. I'm on 2.

Just start at the very top.

This is E deck.

And we'll just work our way down
one by one, huh?

Cargo hold is probably where they are.
There's a lot of places to hide.

And I'm not trying to trick you.

I wanna find these guys
just as much as you do.

(IN SOMALI)
Take his flashlight.

PHILLIPS: We should just move on,
because we're wasting time here.

Like I say,
the cargo deck's the best place to look.

MUSE (IN ENGLISH):
Somebody messing with ship.

Engine room.

If we're going about this systematically,
we started at the top,

we're working our way down,
so we should try the cargo deck.

Problem from engine room.

We go there now.

All right.
Engine room.

It's gonna be really
hot down there.

Without the power on,
there's no ventilation, no air.

Maybe we should get some water
from the mess down on A deck?

Then engine room. Go.
Okay.

(♪♪♪)

PHILLIPS:
This is A deck.

PHILLIPS:
So here we are.

This is the galley.

This is where we make the food.

All right. Here, some water.

(IN SOMALI)
Check this room.

(BILAL SPEAKS IN SOMALI)

PHILLIPS: Oh, you wanna see in here?
This is cold storage.

It's a vegetable room.

Careful in here in the bare feet.

You could cut them
on almost anything.

Want some of this melon?
It's left over from breakfast.

It's just gonna go bad.
It's just gonna spoil.

It's usually left out
for the first meal of the day.

Maybe we should--
Go ahead, help yourself. Here you go.

Help yourself.
It's usually for breakfast, but...

Enough. Engine room.

All right.

Cronan. Cronan. Do you read?
Yeah, I got you.

They're on their way to you.
They're on their way to you.

One is barefoot.

Is there glass you can break,
leave on the floor by the door?

I'll do it. Come on, let's go.
Come on.

(♪♪♪)

PHILLIPS:
Here's the engine room.

(YELLS)

Oh, my God.

Look out. There's broken glass.
Be careful.

MUSE:
Put your hand up. Up your hands. Up.

Okay, all right.
MUSE: Up.

(SPEAKS IN SOMALI THEN GROANING)

There's a first-aid kit--
Put your hands up! Who did this?

PHILLIPS:
Nobody. It was just a dumb accident.

We should get that looked at.
There's a kit in the control room.

Quiet, Irish. You think
I am stupid?

I know what's going on.

We're going to search this whole room.
All of it. Now go.

Go.

(♪♪♪)

(PIPE CLATTERS)

(♪♪♪)

ELMI:
I heard something!

(GROANS)

MUSE (IN SOMALI):
Check the other side.

There's no one here.

Please, let's go back.

(SPEAKS IN SOMALI)

(IN ENGLISH)
Go. Right down to the bottom. Now.

They're coming. Get ready.

(♪♪♪)

(ELMI SHOUTS IN SOMALI)

Keep going. Move.

(BILAL GROANING)

(ELMI SHOUTING IN SOMALI)

MUSE:
Wait. Stop here.

What? What'd you do?

PHILLIPS: We just--
Look at me, Irish. Look at me.

What's wrong with your ship?

Was that you? I don't know.

I don't know what went wrong.
No.

PHILLIPS: You'll never find this crew,
not without any power on the ship.

You'll never find them.
We'll never find them.

Irish,

I will find.

Not with him.

Look. He's gonna bleed to death.

BILAL:
Look, man, get us out of here.

BILAL: Aah!
You got a man injured.

Let's take care of his foot,

take the money out of the safe
and call it a day. All right?

(BILAL GROANING)

(PANTING)

You're bad luck, Irish.

(IN SOMALI)
Hey, take him upstairs.

I can't move.

Take him upstairs
and tell Najee to come.

(IN ENGLISH) You go with him.
We're gonna go?

MUSE:
Go!

BILAL (IN ENGLISH):
Hey.

Wait. Aah!

You're not gonna find anybody.

Don't talk. Go.

(IN ENGLISH) Your friend make fool of us?
Make us run around?

(IN SOMALI) if one of them moves,
send them to their graves.

Here.

(THUDDING)

MAN:
Hey.

(MUSE GRUNTS)

(♪♪♪)

(GROANS THEN SHOUTS IN SOMALI)

We got a problem.

Your buddy's hurt real bad.

(GROANING)

We better get this dressed. We got a sick bay
here on board, and this guy knows what to do.

NAJEE:
What happened to you?

(IN SOMALI) They put glass down for me.
They got me.

Where is Muse?

In the engine room.

He wants Najee to come down.

SHANE (OVER RADIO):
Bridge. Bridge, come in.

Alabama bridge, come in.
Do you read?

This is the crew of the Maersk Alabama.
We have your captain.

Put your hand over his mouth.

(IN ENGLISH) Hey.
(IN ENGLISH) No.

SHANE:
We have your leader.

We have your captain and his weapon.
We wanna trade.

Captain for captain. We want a deal.

Take that off of his head.
Cronan, take that off his head now.

I no kill.

Talk. Talk to your friends
so they know it's you.

Talk to your friends.
Come on, asshole. Say something.

I love America.

(IN SOMALI)
Hey! Get me out of here!

Listen to what these guys have to say.

(IN SOMALI)
What happened?

MUSE:
They cut my hand, bad.

We'll straighten everything out later.
Just get me out of here.

Give Irish the radio.

I'll give it to him now.

(IN ENGLISH)
Talk.

(MUMBLING IN SOMALI)

Uh-- Captain, you know,
if you wanna get off this ship,

you don't have a skiff anymore,
but you could get into our lifeboat.

You could take off
off our stern,

and you can go with the $30,000, and
you could get off this ship right now.

Do we have a deal?

Say we have a deal.
Say we have a deal.

(IN ENGLISH)
Okay, Irish. Deal.

Deal, Irish, deal.
Okay, then.

Listen, we could--
NAJEE: Hey.

(IN SOMALI)
Thirty thousand is nothing.

I want millions!

(♪♪♪)

There. All right,
there's the lifeboat.

Hey, Bilal, check it out.

If anyone moves, kill them.

Kill them!

(IN ENGLISH) Where is our captain?
Where is our guy?

(GROANS)

SHANE:
Hey, Cap. Cap, it's Shane.

I'm not armed. I'm not armed.
No weapons. No. Hey, easy.

There's no weapons.
There's no weapons. No weapons.

(PIRATES SHOUTING IN SOMALI)

Hey, Shane. Do you have
the captain? Where is he?

In the engine room.
Bring him up so they can see him.

I wanna see.
You will.

Bring him up so they can see him.
He's on his way.

(SHOUTS IN SOMALI)

Where?
Here he is. Yeah, there he is.

NAJEE: Where?!
PHILLIPS: See? There he is. There.

(IN SOMALI)
What's going on, Skinny?

(IN SOMALI) Do what they say
and get me out of here.

Be strong, man.

Now let's do this. We'll bring up your guy.
You get in, you buckle up.

We drop you in, and then
you're on your way. Okay? Okay?

(IN ENGLISH) No. You come with us.
Till we get our guy back.

No, no, no. You'll get your guy back.
No way!

Hey! Hey!
MAN: Get in!

(GUNFIRE THEN ALL SHOUTING)

Listen! Hey!

You come, or I kill everybody!
I don't care!

It's your choice!

All right! All right!
You go! You go! You're going!

PHILLIPS: Chief, bring the guy up now.
It's gonna be okay. Bring him up.

Shane, you got the crew.
Don't go, Cap. Don't get in there.

We gotta get them off the ship.
SHANE: Not like this.

Cap, you can't do this.
Goddamn it, Cap!

All right, who's driving this thing?

(SHOUTING IN SOMALI)

NAJEE (IN SOMALI):
Watch him.

Bilal, hold the gun on him.

PHILLIPS: Now, look, it's
very simple to operate.

On, off, start, stop.

Compass to follow your heading.

You see your throttle there.
You got a squawk box.

Gas, gas. Enough gas?

Plenty of fuel to get
you to Somalia.

SHANE (OVER RADIO):
Cap, we got the guy.

All right. Send him on in.
I'm coming out.

Okay, send him in.
Let him go.

(SHOUTING IN SOMALI)

(IN ENGLISH)
Let him go!

Go. Send the captain out.

All right, now, that handle, see?
You're gonna move that up and down.

You gotta pump it, one, two,
three, four, five, and then you drop.

SHANE:
Cap, come on out.

Cap? Cap, what's
going on in there?

Just however many times it takes,

pump it, then you're in the
water, and off you go.

Go!

Go back!

(GUNFIRE)

SHANE:
Hey, Cap!

(PIRATES SHOUTING IN SOMALI)

CRONAN:
Goddamn it! No!

No!
Cap!

NAJEE:
Sit! Sit!

Here!

Go.

Irish, it's only us now.

(♪♪♪)

(♪♪♪)

MAN 1: Stand clear.
MAN 2: Make a hole.

CASTELLANO:
Make way.

Copy.

(CHATTERING)

Captain's in Combat.
MAN 3: Captain's in Combat.

CTF 151, this is Bainbridge
Charlie-Oscar. Over.

HOWARD:
Captain, this is Admiral Howard.

A U.S.-flagged cargo ship,
the Maersk Alabama,

has been hijacked 820 nautical miles
west of your current position.

Four men have taken the ship's captain
hostage in a lifeboat.

Presumed Somali pirates. Over.

Roger, ma'am. Do we
have any other information? Over.

Not at this time, but best guess
is they're heading for the Somali coast.

Your orders are to proceed
and intercept.

Further to follow.
This is CTF 151 out.

Ops, prep ScanEagle.
Need aerial surveillance.

Aye, sir.

CCS, this is the captain.
Come to full power.

TAO, get position.
MAN 4: TAO, aye.

Bridge, captain, full left rudder.
Come to course 285.

(♪♪♪)

Hufan, do you read me?

(STATIC CRACKLING OVER RADIO)

Hufan, can you hear me?

(IN SOMALI) Where's your boss?
He should be with us by now.

Don't worry.
He's coming.

(HISSES)

Stupid hand.

(BILAL GROANING)

Stop whining.
You sound like a little girl.

You wanted to come with us.
You asked for this.

BILAL:
I didn't think this would happen.

I could lose my foot.

MUSE:
You have to be ready for anything.

This game isn't for the weak.

(IN ENGLISH)
You okay, Irish?

Yeah.

Your face looks scared.

But everything gonna be okay.

I'm not gonna hurt you.

In two days we'll be eating
in Somalia.

Rice. Goat meat.
You'll like.

My boss talk to ship company.

Insurance man come,
bag of dollars,

you go home.

(HORN BLARING)

ELMI (IN SOMALI):
What is it?

MUSE (IN SOMALI):
It's a gift.

(♪♪♪)

(IN ENGLISH)
Hey.

(SPEAKS IN SOMALI)

(IN ENGLISH) Irish. You lie, Irish.
Your ship no broke.

They come Somalia too.

More money.

(♪♪♪)

(BEEPING)

Looks like they're heading north
to the closest point of land.

MIKE: And that's only gonna
take them 36 hours at the most?

SHANE: Just gotta stay with
them till the Navy gets here.

NAJEE:
Give me some khat.

ELMI:
Why? You've had more than your share.

NAJEE:
Says who? Give me some more!

MUSE (IN SOMALI):
Shut up!

Both of you, shut up.

ELMI:
Just take it.

This is it?

That's all I have.

Where is the rest?
BILAL: I don't have any.

It's all gone.

NAJEE: You are useless. I
should have taken it from you.

(IN ENGLISH)
Irish, it's taxes.

This money, taking
you, that's all it is.

You come to our waters,
you got to pay.

We were in international waters.

Not your waters,
international waters.

We were carrying food
for starving people in Africa.

Even Somalis.

Yeah, sure. Rich countries
like to help Somalis.

Big ships come to our water,

take all the fish out.

What's left for us to fish?
So you're fishermen?

Yeah, we're all fishermen.

(GRUNTS THEN GROANS)

Hey, let me clean out that cut.

Let me get the first-aid kit, clean that out.
It's gonna get infected.

No.

How about the kid?
Can I look at his foot?

NAJEE (IN ENGLISH):
No.

(IN SOMALI) They'll fix
him when we get back.

Come on, he's barefoot.
You three got sandals.

He's got bare feet.

Go ahead, go.

All right.

Just gonna get the kit.

Go ahead, come here. It's all right.
Your foot. Give me your foot.

Come on.

Let me see it.
It's all right.

(GROANING)

How old are you, anyway?
What are you, 16, 17?

(GRUNTS)

You're too young to be out here
doing this.

(IN ENGLISH)
No talking.

No talking.

Hey! Hey!

(IN SOMALI)
He's got a knife!

(IN ENGLISH)
Hey! What you gonna do with this?

(IN SOMALI)
Go back. Get back there.

(BILAL GROANING)

(♪♪♪)

CASTELLANO: UAV ScanEagle shows
the lifeboat is currently

126 nautical miles
off the Somali coast,

moving on course 305
at five knots,

with the mothership dead in the water
at 60 miles to the northeast.

We have any idea
who these guys are?

SEAL COMMANDER: The mothership is a Taiwanese
fishing trawler that was hijacked last year.

According to ONI, that vessel's under
the control of Somali warlord Garaad.

We're working on getting the IDs
of the kidnappers.

If this is Garaad's guys, they're looking
for a payday, which means they'll talk.

If we can get them talking,
we can wear them down. Over.

HOWARD: Frank, this thing is running big here,
and there's a lot of pressure building.

The White House hopes
this can be resolved peacefully

but whatever happens, Captain
Phillips does not reach Somalia.

I understand, admiral,
but we're gonna need some time.

I think if we press too hard,
we put the hostage at risk.

We're gonna need to use
some tactical patience. Over.

HOWARD: Do your best to talk them
down, Frank, but you're on the clock.

We're deploying a SEAL team with USS
Boxer and USS Halyburton as support.

If you haven't gotten Phillips back
by the time they arrive,

the SEALS will take care of it.

I understand all, admiral.

(♪♪♪)

(BOAT CREAKING)

(SIGHS)

Can I have some water, please?

Water?

(GROANS)

Drive this thing right!

Calm down. We're on the ocean.

I should throw you off this boat
right now!

ELMI:
You need to sit down and relax.

BILAL (IN ENGLISH):
Hey, water.

(NAJEE & ELMI ARGUING IN SOMALI)

NAJEE (IN ENGLISH):
Hey. Hey.

(IN SOMALI)
That's enough.

Take it away.

From now on
this water is only for us.

MUSE (IN SOMALI):
Stop being such an asshole.

ELMI:
You've got to control him.

MUSE:
Just drive and shut up.

(SPEAKING IN SOMALI)

Hufan, can you hear me?

(STATIC CRACKLING OVER RADIO)

PHILLIPS:
Are you having trouble?

(IN ENGLISH)
No trouble, Irish. Slow piece of shit.

Yeah, yeah. Shallow-draft.

And you're fighting the current.
Gotta take that into account.

I know what I'm doing.

Yeah, yeah, sure, you do. Of course.
You're the captain now.

Oh, hey, captain,

why don't we open up that hatch
and get a little more air in here?

(IN SOMALI)
What's wrong with you?

Don't talk to me.

A little air might do him some good.

(IN ENGLISH)
Yeah, open the hatch so your crew...

No tricks. No. No tricks, Irish.

(IN SOMALI)
Hufan, can you hear me?

Hufan, can you hear me?

MUSE:
We should be heading northwest.

We've got to get to Garaad's port.

I am, but there's a lot of wind.

Just go!
Okay, then let me do it.

(HUFAN SPEAKING IN SOMALI OVER RADIO)

HUFAN (OVER RADIO):
Muse? Are you there?

Are you there?

Hufan, where are you?

HUFAN: I'm having
trouble with the engine.

Head home.
I'll be there as soon as I can.

Hey, we're alone out here.

We need you to pick us up.

We've got to get out
of this lifeboat.

Shut up and listen to me.

You screwed up getting the ship

so Garaad says
bring back that captain

or don't come back at all.

Sounds like there's a problem.
ls there a problem?

(IN ENGLISH)
Problem.

No problem, Irish.

Everything gonna be okay.

(♪♪♪)

(CELL PHONE RINGING)

Yes, sir.

MAN:
Here's the latest from SOCOM.

Bainbridge CO has until your arrival
to negotiate a surrender.

But upon boarding,
you will assume command.

The White House has authorized
any means necessary to resolve this.

Roger that.

Boss, we're setting up comms
in the bird right now.

I need air.

(BILAL SPEAKS IN SOMALI)

When are we going to be home?

I can't feel my foot anymore.

It's like hell in here.

(GRUNTING)

You wanna tell him
maybe not to do that?

He wants air.

Well, that thing is still loaded.
He's got the clip in it.

(BANGING ON WINDOW)

(SPEAKING IN SOMALI)

(IN ENGLISH)
Talk too much. Too much.

(SPEAKS IN SOMALI)

(GRUNTS THEN
CONTAINER CLATTERS)

Gonna need some more water.

When we get home,

you'll get a million bottles of it.

All the water you want.
Really?

Last year I took a Greek ship.

Six million dollars.

Six million dollars?

So, what are you doing here?

Shut up, Irish.

Too much talk.

Your problem isn't me talking to you.
Your problem is you not listening.

NAJEE: You think
you have any power here?

(IN ENGLISH) Let him go.
I should shoot you and be done.

Take your gun off him.

I'm the captain.
Who do you think you are?

You're taking his side?

You let the American
do whatever he wants!

(HORN BLARING)

(SIREN WAILING)

(IN SOMALI)
I'm losing control!

(♪♪♪)

(PIRATES SHOUTING IN SOMALI)

(HORN BLARES)

It's the Americans.

Get something to tie the doors.

Alabama lifeboat, this is Frank Castellano,
commander of the USS Bainbridge.

We wanna get Captain Phillips back
safely and end this thing peacefully.

(SHOUTING IN SOMALI)

MUSE (IN ENGLISH): No move!
All right.

(BOTH SPEAKING IN SOMALI)

CASTELLANO (OVER RADIO):
Alabama lifeboat, come in.

No military action.
No military action. No al Qaeda.

We are just fishermen.

MAN (IN SOMALI):
Calm down, brother.

We're here for the
captain, not for you.

They have a spy with them.

(IN SOMALI) Hey, you.
Who are you?

My name is Nemo.

I work with the U.S. Navy.

We just want to talk.

MUSE (IN ENGLISH):
I talk English.

I want 10 million dollars.

It's not that easy

but we'll work on it.

In the meantime, what if I
bring you some food and water?

No tricks, or your captain dead.

(♪♪♪)

(PIRATES SPEAKING IN SOMALI)

(INDISTINCT RADIO CHATTER)

MAN (OVER RADIO): Request to have pilot
ladder lowered and someone standing by.

HICKS: Shane Murphy?
Yeah, that's me.

Lieutenant Hicks. You're entering
a military engagement zone, sir.

Need you to bring the ship left to 210.
We are hereto escort you to Mombasa.

Your captain'll be in good hands.

All right. You heard him, guys.

MAN 1: OSS, keep the
camera on the lifeboat.

MAN 2 (OVER RADIO):
ASTAC, aye.

MAN 1: Sir, the boat deck
is manned and ready.

VBSS is on station.
Request permission to lower the RHIBs.

Execute.
MAN 1: Aye, sir.

Bridge TAO,
launch the RHIBs.

(♪♪♪)

(IN SOMALI)
They're coming.

Bilal, watch him.

Watch him closely.

MUSE (IN ENGLISH):
Irish, your crew,

FUD.

Ship go.

PHILLIPS:
It's the Navy clearing the area.

You better think
about what you're doing.

Navy good. They protect us.
Back to Somalia.

The Navy's not here to protect you.

They're not here to negotiate either.

No choice.

I got you.

NEMO: Open your door! We are
here with your supplies.

(CHATTERING IN SOMALI)

Guns down!
America, guns down!

NEMO: Calm down, brother.
We're just here to help you.

Put your guns down now!

MAN 1:
One outside and one in the hatch.

MAN 2:
Push the track on the link.

Listen, we need to see our guy.

We've got supplies,
food, water for you

but we need to see our captain.

Okay. Wait.

MUSE (IN SOMALI):
They want to see him.

Bring him out.

(PIRATES SHOUTING IN SOMALI)

All right. All right. All right.
Okay, okay. All right. I'm coming.

(IN ENGLISH)
Down.

MAN 3:
Visual confirmation.

NEMO (IN ENGLISH):
You all right, captain?

Yeah. Yeah, I'm okay.
Yeah, yeah.

Listen.
Does my family know where I am?

Yes, sir. We're keeping them updated.

PHILLIPS:
It's important they know where I am.

I'm in Seat 15.

You understand?

I'm in Seat 15.

All stations, TAO, log it: Seat 15.

Break, CICWO. TAO.
Send that to CTF 151 and SOCOM.

Don't worry, sir.
We'll handle it.

MUSE (IN SOMALI):
Get him back inside.

NAJEE:
Shut up and don't move.

NEMO (IN SOMALI):
Calm down, we just want to talk.

We've got your supplies here.
Food, water.

(IN ENGLISH)
Where's the money?

I don't want your food.
I want your money.

MAN 1: We got another on top.
OSS, maintain camera footage.

MAN: Hold on a second.
MUSE: No tricks, sahib.

Ten million dollars, sahib.

Ten million dollars.

Listen, you're hurt.

We've got doctors on board.

Let us take care of you.
Hurry up!

They're treating us like children.

Ten million dollars, when?

It's not that easy
so we need time.

We've got to talk about this.

Hurry up, I said!

(NAJEE SHOUTING IN SOMALI)

No camera! No camera!

(SHOUTING IN SOMALI)

Gunfire, take cover!

Aah!
Who fired? TAO, who fired?

Get the RHIBs out of there.
Scram the RHIBs, scram the RHIBs.

Are you crazy? What are you doing?

You'll get us all killed!
Do you have to talk all day?

(IN SOMALI) You're crazy. What
do you think you're doing?

All you do is talk!

CASTELLANO (OVER RADIO):
Alabama lifeboat, come in.

Move.

You have to be strong
to get what you want.

CASTELLANO:
We have to talk.

(IN ENGLISH)
Just an accident. Just an accident.

Is anyone hurt?

No, American fine. American okay.

I need to hear it from him.

I say he okay.
I need to hear it from him.

(BOTH SHOUTING IN SOMALI)

NAJEE (IN ENGLISH):
Get up! Get up!

Move. Move.

MUSE: Talk.
Yeah, yeah, it's me.

Are you okay?

It's falling apart in here. He just
fired off a round next to my head.

Is the leader there?
Yeah, he can hear you.

CASTELLANO: Captain, listen to me.
We will not tolerate this.

As captain, you're responsible
for the lives of everyone on board.

Right now
you are putting them in jeopardy.

We wanna resolve this thing
peacefully.

Let's find a way out of this together
before someone gets hurt.

Alabama lifeboat, respond.

I talk when I go Somalia.

NAJEE:
Sit down.

MUSE:
Sit down!

(ELMI SPEAKS IN SOMALI)

MAN (OVER RADIO):
TAO, lifeboat is under way.

TAO, aye.

Captain, sir, the lifeboat's 12 hours
from the Somali coast.

Boxer and Halyburton
have arrived.

ETA on the SEAL team is 0400.

(♪♪♪)

MUSE:
Irish, no worry.

Everything gonna be okay.

After this, I go America.

I always wanted to go America.

Go to New York, buy a car...

(COUGHING)

(NAJEE SPEAKING IN SOMALI)

(IN SOMALI)
Hey, this situation has gotten bad.

There are two more ships,
one on either side.

ELMI:
That one is huge.

(CHATTERING IN SOMALI)

PHILLIPS:
Oh, God.

ELMI (IN ENGLISH):
Sit down! Sit down!

(IN ENGLISH) Sit down!
MUSE (IN ENGLISH): Down! Down!

(IN SOMALI)
Bilal, get the ropes.

Hey, captain, it's all over.
It's all over, captain.

The other ropes.

There's a reason your boss took off
and isn't coming back.

He didn't wanna take on the Navy.
He's gone. He's left you alone.

You had a plan to take my ship. That didn't
work, so you thought you could take me?

(IN ENGLISH) Shut up.
PHILLIPS: Make a run to Somalia?

They got the Navy out there.
You gotta give up. You gotta stop.

I can't stop, Irish.

The Navy is not gonna let you win.
They can't let you win.

They would rather sink this boat
than let you get me back to Somalia.

It's over.

I come too far, Irish.

I can't give up. No.

(♪♪♪)

(PHONE RINGING)

Hello?

MAN: The SEALs are inbound, deploying
three miles off our stern.

Roger that.

(WATER RUNNING)

(♪♪♪)

(GRUNTING)

(♪♪♪)

(♪♪♪)

I need to piss.

Fast

Saltwater would be good for your foot.

(YELLS)

MUSE (IN SOMALI):
He got out!

Turn the boat around!

Bilal, you idiot!

(PIRATES SHOUTING IN SOMALI)

(♪♪♪)

MUSE:
Turn it! Faster, faster!

Move, or we'll leave you!

MAN 1:
Captain's in Combat.

MAN 2: Cap. We got two in the water.
Two in the water.

WOMAN:
Starboard side, I see them both.

Two guys in the water.

CASTELLANO: Is one of them Phillips?
MAN 3: We don't know. We can't tell.

MAN 4: They're in the water.
In the water.

One may be Phillips
and probably one pirate. We don't know.

CASTELLANO:
We've gotta be sure.

Let's get a flare in the air.

Find him. Don't kill him.

(MUSE SHOUTING IN SOMALI)

MUSE:
Don't shoot!

NAJEE (IN ENGLISH):
I'll shoot you!

Stop! What are you doing?

NAJEE (IN SOMALI):
He's getting away!

Don't kill him!
Better to kill him than let him escape!

(GASPS)

MUSE:
There he is!

I'm ordering you. Don't kill him.

MAN 1 (OVER RADIO): Bainbridge, this
is RHIB 3. We have SEALs inbound.

Flare's up, captain. Target angle
020 on the lifeboat right now.

CASTELLANO:
Can't tell who's in the water.

No clear shot at the Tangos.

Nobody shoots
unless there's a clear shot.

MUSE:
Where is he?

(GASPS)

Here he is! Here he is!

(MUFFLED SHOUTING IN SOMALI)

(PIRATES SHOUTING IN SOMALI)

MUSE:
He's here!

MAN: One more in the water. We've
got one more in the water.

PHILLIPS:
Help!

Help!

(GUNFIRE)

(SHOUTING IN SOMALI)

PHILLIPS:
All right!

NAJEE (IN ENGLISH): Come!
PHILLIPS: All right!

Come! Forward!
PHILLIPS: All right!

MUSE (IN ENGLISH):
Got him.

NAJEE:
Come!

PHILLIPS:
Okay, okay.

Go in, Irish! Go! Go, Irish!

MAN 1: Sir, the SEALs
are coming aboard.

MAN 2 (OVER RADIO):
Prepare to board the SEALs.

(PIRATES SHOUTING IN SOMALI)

Where are you go?
Tell me! Tell me!

Are you crazy?

Where's the captain?
Waiting for you on the bridge, sir.

(NAJEE SHOUTING IN SOMALI
AND PHILLIPS GRUNTING)

NAJEE:
Not today!

Stop him!

(IN SOMALI)
That's enough!

MUSE:
Don't kill him!

If you kill him, we'll all die!

What do you want me to do with him?
What is he doing?

(ARGUING IN SOMALI)

(AIRCRAFT WHIRRING)

(♪♪♪)

Bainbridge to lifeboat,
you must surrender.

(OVER RADIO) You will not
be permitted to go further.

It's a helicopter!

MUSE:
Get to the other side!

(PIRATES SHOUTING IN SOMALI)

CASTELLANO:
Alabama lifeboat, respond.

Hurry! Go!

I'm trying.

Go!

CASTELLANO: You have a choice to make, captain.
Surrender now and this ends peacefully.

Beyond that, I cannot help you.
You must surrender.

(IN SOMALI)
They think you are playing games.

Do something!

You cannot win this.

CASTELLANO:
Make the right decision here.

You are running out of time.
Do you understand me?

Do you want to go
to an American prison?

CASTELLANO:
This is your last chance.

Is that what you want?

I know how to handle America.

Give me the pistol.

They think I'm playing games, huh?

(SPEAKING IN SOMALI)

MUSE (IN ENGLISH):
Go!

Go!

Up ladder.

Make a hole.

MAN: Target in the hatch.
This is Bainbridge out.

They're holding a gun
to Phillips' head.

He's kind of yelling
and waving his pistol back and forth.

I kill him! I kill him!
Now! I kill him!

MAN 1:
We got shots fired, captain.

MAN 2: How many shots?
MAN 1: Who fired? Who fired?

We're losing this.

Now what?

NAJEE:
They have no respect for us.

We have to play games?

(IN SOMALI)
Give me the radio.

NAJEE:
The helicopter is coming back.

(IN ENGLISH)
America, I kill hostage now!

I kill hostage now!
I'm gonna put him in a body bag!

(SHOUTS IN SOMALI)

Talk. Talk.

They got a gun to my throat, and they're
gonna use a survival suit as a body bag.

You're not just a fisherman.

You're not just a fisherman.

SEAL COMMANDER (OVER RADIO): Men of the Alabama
lifeboat, I'm here to talk about your money.

Repeat, I'm here to
discuss your money.

Who is this?

I'm the negotiator.
I'm authorized to negotiate with you.

Insurance man?

Now, you are Abduwali Muse, right?
From Jariban, Puntland?

From the clans of the Hawiye
and the Daarood?

Your friends are Adan Bilal

Walid Elmi and Nour Najee.

But you are Muse. You're in command.
Is that correct?

(♪♪♪)

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