Black Jack TV - Full Episode 39 (Official & HQ with subtitles)

Uploaded by TezukaAnime on 11.09.2012

As I stand in the wind on a hill by a port town,
my head feels unusually empty.
I was watching the town from the south side of the shore.
And so I sunk my unsteady passion into the depths of the sea.
This surging power...
It's something hidden in everyone, everywhere.
Day after day, everyone tries their best.
But people get annoyed when I mention it.
It makes me glad...
that I found my place here.
I searched for the reason
why we can believe in the same air
as long as we're alive.
He weaves the thread of life with his miraculous control of a scalpel.
The genius surgeon who lives on a cape.
His name is Black Jack.
What a quiet and boring day.
Why is yawning so contagious?
First, the world news.
Open warfare continues in Il.
The capital has been subject to bombardment, and many are without homes now.
Their president has taken their plight to the United Nations...
and also issued a state of emergency for the entire country...
That country's having some trouble.
It's hard to understand why people would do that stuff at all.
Unlike over there, this house is so quiet.
It's too quiet.
Something's not right.
Could it be?!
Hey. Hey. Knock before you come in.
You're packing for a trip!
To where?!
I'll come too!
To Il.
You can't come.
I saw Il on the news.
They're in the middle of a war.
Oh yeah?
Then you know it's dangerous there.
You're staying home.
Stop joking about this!
You mustn't go to a dangerous place like a war zone!
As your wife, I won't allow it!
A patient is waiting!
I will go anywhere I'm asked to be.
Besides, I'm a doctor, so I won't be on the battlefield.
Hey! Largo!
You can't have the tickets.
Pinoko, please...
They'll be Largo's lunch if you don't take me.
The War Still Continues
Originally "The War Still Continues" by Tezuka Osamu
"A few days later, Il"
The hotel should be around here.
It's a real war zone.
Just the two of you?
For how long?
I don't know yet.
Depends on my job.
I see.
It's pretty here.
B-Bye! See you!
Pinoko, stay close to me.
I've never tasted such yucky juice.
It's so tense and nerve-wracking around here.
That's because there's a war.
Now remember, don't leave this room.
If you get hungry, send for room service.
You be careful too, Doc.
Don't drink the water.
This really is yucky.
They are worth 50,000,000 total.
It's literally our entire fortune.
All right.
But are you sure about this?
I don't mind.
Our entire fortune will end up confiscated or stolen anyway.
I just want my son to get better.
My son Lunan has not been able to walk for months now.
Lunan, this is the famous doctor who came all the way from Japan.
I'm sure he can make you better.
Raise your leg.
Now bend it.
You can't bend it?
Hunch your back.
I can't.
My back!
This is quite serious.
He'll never be able to walk if we go about this the wrong way.
Your son has a herniated spinal disc.
Part of the spine is bulging out and putting pressure on the spinal cord.
And because the spinal cord is pinched, the lower back is paralyzed, and the leg nerves are numb.
Your son has been in that state for quite a while, hasn't he?
He needs to go to a hospital for proper treatment.
Hospitals in this town are already full of injured soldiers.
Civilians will only be turned away.
Right. We're only so far from where the war is.
Doctor, will Lunan recover?
I want him to get better soon so he can go fight.
As his mother, I feel ashamed that he is bedridden while the whole country is fighting.
Don't be ridiculous!
So you're going to send him off to war as soon as he's better?!
Then what's the point of treating him?!
I won't be a part of it!
Please wait!
There are reasons for it.
My husband was a scientist.
But because he was against the war, he was captured and executed.
Ever since then, I have hoped that my son, at least, would die as a war hero.
Give up that hope.
I came to heal a patient.
Not to send a boy off to war.
Now you listen to me.
If you value your son's life, keep him absolutely still.
What a mother.
All the soldiers are so young.
I see some children in there too.
I feel bad for them since they're so small and have to fight.
Doc, why do people have wars?
People get hurt and houses break too.
It's a problem between governments.
But the government is there for the people, right?
It's not right.
We keep losing men, so the age at which boys are conscripted keeps getting lowered.
The war better end soon, or we'll lose all our young men.
You're against the war too?
I didn't say that!
Now, excuse me.
Sheesh. Even after everyone in the neighborhood has left to fight,
you're still in here!
How shameful!
Now stand up!
Get up and walk!
Yes, that's it.
You need to get used to this so you can move around again.
What a weakling!
You need to have a stronger will!
Now, stand up again!
Mom, my legs are numb and my back hurts.
Stop complaining!
Now, walk along the wall!
Mom, I can't go on.
How can you be a hero like that?
I don't need to be a hero!
You don't understand!
Now, get out!
What have you done to your son?!
I told you to keep him absolutely still!
And you made him practice walking?!
I was just training him so he could go to the front line even if only a day sooner.
Don't you understand that's making his symptoms even worse?!
I'm going to perform a biopsy now.
Don't disturb me.
Do you understand?!
Do not get close to the patient's room!
Lunan is my son.
Then treat him like one!
You may be a patriotic citizen, but you're a terrible mother!
It's getting worse.
It's better if I don't recover.
I'll just be sent off to war if I do anyway.
Isn't my mom terrible?
I'm sure she thinks I shouldn't even be alive.
I've heard there were mothers like that in Japan when we were last at war.
What is your mother like?
Is something wrong?
My mother isn't around anymore.
No matter what she's like, a mother is still a mother.
A medical car from the hospital will be in the area tomorrow.
We'll take some X-rays then.
Doctor, will I really get better?
Yes. Certainly.
That's why I came.
You really are sincere.
Would you mind getting the box on top of the cabinet?
This one?
How about here?
Thank you.
would you please take this?
For me?
As my thanks for treating me so well.
It's a child's doll that was made in this area.
No matter how terrible our wars may be,
children are still capable of growing up and producing future generations.
That's how humanity's managed to last this long, right?
Mom! Didn't he tell you not to come in?
What did you tell him?
That it'd be better if you didn't recover?!
How could you?!
Who told you that?
Say the wrong thing and people will learn about it in no time!
Now, get up!
Get up and practice walking!
Stop, Mom!
Don't be a coward!
Do it!
Stand up!
You moved that patient again?!
Ma'am, I just can't watch this anymore!
Do you want to save Lunan or kill him?!
Which is it?!
Doctor, you left this behind yesterday.
This is what Lunan gave me.
Doctor, don't get too involved.
It's useless to treat her son.
He'll just be sent off to war once he recovers.
This country won't change just because you saved one person.
You're after their fortune, aren't you?
A fortune of someone in this country deserves to stay in this country.
That doll better be all you're getting from him.
How did you know they gave me a doll?
That's just too terrible!
I'd bite and kick, and ban a mom like that from any snacks!
Does she hate her own son?
He really needs an operation.
And I'd better hurry because she's only making his condition worse...
Maybe I'll use epidural.
I know!
I'll come along and keep biting her so she won't interfere.
Oh, though I guess I'd get scolded and put under watch if I did that.
That house is under surveillance.
Who told you that?
It was...
You've been in this room the whole time, Missy?
I'm not a kid; I'm his honey.
My darling won't be happy if I go outside.
I'm a good girl, so I do what he says.
So your darling is a doctor?
He's a great doctor!
I see.
I remember that their father was a prestigious scientist.
You mean the patient's father?
His name was Mr. Garuta.
He was opposed to the war, so he was captured and executed.
Their house has been under surveillance ever since then.
Who's watching the...
Just as I thought.
I've been misunderstanding things terribly.
It cost quite a bit to get all these surgical tools.
Sorry about that.
But isn't it already too late?
I will be grateful even if he doesn't recover.
I'm going to disinfect the room.
Please leave the room.
Are you doing OK?
I'm fine.
Pinoko, give him Barbital.
Then Fluothane.
Median incision.
There it is.
That's where the hernia is.
Cut out a little more...
Operation complete.
Put the braces back on.
Doctor, how is he?
Have him practice bending and stretching his legs little by little every day.
Will he get better?
We're not done yet.
One more thing.
We still have something else we need to extract.
What is it?
The sound was very faint, but I found them.
Those are listening devices.
Oh, my goodness!
I figured there'd be some if you were under surveillance.
Ma'am, you can talk freely now.
It must have been hard.
It must have been very difficult having to say things you didn't believe, lying even to yourself.
This is a family known to have opposed the war.
You're under surveillance and have been tapped 24/7.
If you said anything wrong, you'd be arrested immediately like your husband.
That's why you were tricking them by lying about how you wanted to send your son to war, right?
And the reason she forced him to walk was so it'd take longer for him to recover and not be sent off to war, right?
I'm so sorry about this.
But I couldn't tell you.
I was afraid that you'd tell someone else about this.
I wish you'd have trusted me.
I never jeopardize a patient's privacy.
And I never leak my darling's secrets.
Lunan! You...
Mom, I misunderstood you.
Hey! Don't push yourself!
Has it been hard?
I'm sorry.
I'm so sorry.
But you don't have to push yourself anymore.
Family is so nice.
Now, let's put these back before they get suspicious.
Man, even I couldn't do anything with such a bad case.
I'm sorry that I could not provide a full recovery.
Here's a medical certificate.
This patient requires an extensive period of bed rest.
Show this to them if he's drafted.
And how long is this period?
Until the war ends, of course.
Now, no need to stay here any longer.
Doc, here.
Since I couldn't help him recover, I must unfortunately return the payment.
Doctor, please...
Please accept at least this much.
Sheesh, Largo!
You're so lazy!
Listen now, there are so many people who are suffering because of war!
Come on! Look at this!
First, the world news.
A developing story about Il.
Oh, my goodness!
It's Lunan!
Doctor, I'm now able to walk because of you,
but I was sent to war soon after.
But I swear I will return alive.
I will protect the chance of life you gave me to the best of my ability.
In any day and age, it's always the children who suffer...
Lunan! Please come back alive!
I want to capture your heart with my silly smile.
Only look straight at me.
Being kind isn't good enough.
I want to get in touch with your true heart,
deep within the you that nobody else sees.
Being in the gentle sunlight,
I wish on the clover that plays the melody of dreams,
and I search for a ray of hope beyond the blue skies,
because I want to stay by your side forever.
The promise we made long ago in a far away place...
is finally coming to a realization, overcoming the incredible distance,
just as it was led by the light.
I got dumped today.
Damn him!
You ran a red light!
You idiot!
Good job on your traffic security work!
Isn't there anyone?
Who needs a wife?
Oh no!
I'll arrest you!
If you let me go, I'll treat you for free when you do get hurt.
It's going to be a major operation.
He's still on the ground...
Next Karte - A Doll and A Policeman.
Man. It broke!