Kahlil Gibran's The Prophet

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2014
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Go away. Shoo, shoo!

Hey! Child! Come back here.

Bring that back!

WOIVIANI Watch it!

Stop!

Ooh! Whoa!

Little savage!

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KAIVIILAZ Almitral

Almitral

Eggs, honey, fruit, nuts.

Let's say,

seven silver ones.

What? Oh, yes,

of course. Let me...

Almitral

Quite a handful,

your daughter, no?

Actually, she's very sweet.

Yes. Like lemons.

With honey.

That's four, five, six...

Almitral I mean it!

...and seven.

Almitra,

get down from there!

No,no,no.

No, I mean, don't move!

No,no,no.

Easy,boy!

Oh, dear!

Oh!

Are you all right?

Not again.

My dates, ruined.

It's the mother's fault.

Letting her run wild like an animal.

Sorry. Sorry. I'm so sorry.

Here, here's some.

This one's still good.

These are okay.

It will not happen again.

It takes a village, no?

An apology would be nice.

I said I was sorry.

No. From her.

She's the one causing all the trouble.

You know she doesn't speak.

Or won't.

Not since her father died.

Ugh That was

over two years ago.

Look, I'll pay you later.

All of you. At the end of

the week, when I get paid.

And what about

all she's stolen?

My daughter is not a thief!

That's what

she says, yes.

Hey, Almitra, look.

We found the cat that got your tongue.

You ought to be

ashamed of yourselves.

Darling, pay no

attention to them.

They're just dumb kids.

What's this?

Eee!

Baby, I know

you miss your father.

IVle, too.

And if I could

bring him back, I would.

But it's just us now.

And you know what?

We're going to be all right.

We just need to

stick together.

You know what

I miss the most?

Your voice.

All right, my little one.

It's school for you

and work for me.

Try to be good, okay?

Oh. Please let it

be a goat.

Almitra.

Why are you following me?

You know you're supposed to be in school.

Well, there's no time

to take you all the way back,

and I can't lose this job.

I guess you're just going to

have to come with me.

But listen.

You better not take anything.

I'm serious, Almitra.

In this family, we do not steal.

Understood?

Oh!

Ya!

Good morning, Halim.

Kamila.

Morning, ma'am.

Are you okay?

Excellent.

Oh. You've brought

along some help today.

Or perhaps you're a spy.

Yeah, she's the

leader of the Resistance.

Excuse me.

Wait! Don't go yet.

I mean...

I can't allow entry without

the appropriate documents.

For the girl.

What? Oh, come on, Halim

I don't have time for this.

I've got work to do.

You know this prisoner

is a high security risk.

A dangerous criminal.

Why do you think they

assigned me to guard him?

I have no idea.

Whoa, whoa!

Hey.

Fine.

Then you can babysit her.

She's very well behaved,

by the way.

Shouldn't give you

any trouble at all.

Uh...

So, Almitra,

what do you do for fun?

Arm!

Geez!

Hey!

What did you say to him?

Almost.

Okay.

This is great.

I'm having a wonderful day!

Hey, come back here.

That's my hat.

It's an official hat, you know.

It's a government hat.

Come back here!

Here, birdie, birdie...

Do I hear a mouse?

Careful, little mouse.

There are traps everywhere.

I never get visitors.

It'd be nice to have a chat,

even with a mouse.

Oh. Where did you go?

Little mouse?

Hmm. No.

Not there.

Ha-ha! I know.

The cookie jar.

Hello.

Hmm.

IVlmm.

Hmm.

No. Not there either.

Well...

Hmm.

A-ha! There you are!

Oh. A mouse in a cage.

Want a cookie,

little mouse?

IVlmm.

My name's Mustafa.

What's yours?

A-ha.

Almitra.

That's a pretty name.

Well, Almitra, there are

all kinds of cages.

This house has been

mine for seven years.

My crime?

Poetry.

Hmm.

Oh. The lady with

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Roger Allers

Roger Allers (born June 29, 1949) is an American film director, screenwriter, storyboard artist, animator and playwright. He is most well known for co-directing the highest-grossing 2D animated film of all time, Walt Disney Animation Studios' The Lion King, and for writing the Broadway adaptation, The Lion King. more…

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