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France2 13 juillet Un jour un destin: Tom Cruise

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  1. Ann O'Nymous Member

    Re: France2 13 juillet Un jour un destin: Tom Cruise

    Merci. Je vais reprendre tout cela.
  2. Ann O'Nymous Member

    Re: France2 13 juillet Un jour un destin: Tom Cruise

    Je pensais aux interviews qui ont traduites et non aux extraits qui ont sous-titrés.
  3. Ann O'Nymous Member

    Re: France2 13 juillet Un jour un destin: Tom Cruise

    Second draft [00:00-20:00]

    One day, one destiny, France 2
    DM: David Miscavige
    LRH: L. Ron Hubbard
    TC: Tom Cruise
    [00:00]
    [Opening sequence, 00:34]
    [Extract of the TC video, 01:16]
    Laurent Delahousse: This image of TC, preaching for the church of scientology, is available on the Internet. The taboo is finally over. This is not a secret anymore: the actor became what the cult wanted, the best of its ambassadors. Some people argue that he became the Nr 2 of the organization, a status coupled with his proselytism that finally weakened his position in Hollywood. For years, TC has been trained, educated to secrecy. Nowadays, his life, his wife, his children, nothing escapes the church’s culture. Where does this mystical obsession come from? How did the star chose the guise of a prophet? Let’s start with the words you just heard in the mouth of one of the most famous actors. They were uttered some years ago at a time TC received an award. An award, but what for? [2:10]
    Voice over: On October 30 2004, in this manor belonging to the church of scientology, is held one of the major annual meetings of the cult. MH took part in organizing this event. [2:25]
    [Marc Headley, ex scientology audiovisual manager, 2: 37]
    VO: On stage, as the MC for the event, DM, the organization’s grand master, its unchallenged leader for more than 20 years. [2:48]
    [MH’s interview, 2: 59]
    [Video extract, 3:11]
    VO: At this moment, a video is shot on a wide screen, using the Mission Impossible music. This year, the top winner is TC. [3:22]
    [Video extract, 3:28]
    [MH’s interview, 3: 38]
    [MS’s interview + video extract, 3:52]
    VO: A propaganda message, based on impressive statistics, but without connection to facts.
    [Maureen Smith, ex scientologist + video extract, 4:07]
    [MH’s interview + video extract, 5:03]
    [Patty Pieniadz, ex scientology manager + video extract, 5:30]
    VO: To close this strange evening, DM has a nice surprise for the followers. The one who spoke in the video is attending the meeting. TC is there with his mother and his eldest sister. [5:46]
    [MH, 5:50]
    [Janet Charlton, journalist + video extract, 5:58]
    [MH + video extract, 6:35]
    [Bruce Hines, ex scientology auditor, 6:38]
    [PP, 6:43]
    VO: TC never received an award as an actor. So when he received a medal, he seems particularly touched. [6:55]
    [MH + video extract, 7:51]
    [Tom Cruise: the scientologist firm, a film by Paul Degenève, edited b Laure Matthey, 7:56]
    LD: Are you ready to clear this planet? That was the question asked by TC to the scientologists 5 years ago. The speeches and images are troubling. Reality seems to overpass fiction. So how did TC get there? As often, there are holes and flaws. To discover TC’s ones, one has to move a few years in the past. [8:23]
    VO: In 1983, TC is 21 and performs his first leading role in a movie. [8:37]
    [Ronna Barret, former journalist + video extract, 8:52]
    VO: He plays an ambitious and confident young man. He immediately became the idol of a whole generation. [9:04]
    [BH, 9:14]
    [Tobe Gibson, TC’s first agent, 9:16]
    Barbara Theate, journalist: He represents the youngster coming out of nowhere and becoming a star. Americans just love that. TC personifies the American dream. [9:22]
    VO: After that, all the media wanted TC’s first interview. On January 7 1984, the journalist Ronna Barret obtained it. [9:38]
    [RB + video extract, 10:14]
    VO: Behind his natural confidence, he hides a huge frailty. In this first interview, TC will show his flaws. [10:30]
    [The ideal pray]
    [Video extract, 10:50]
    VO: Up to this divorce, TC’s life has been painful. He is the only son among four children. His father is an electrician moving from a job to another one, changing home constantly. An authoritarian and alcoholic father for whom Tom became the punch-bag. [11:17]
    [AM’s interview, 11:24]
    Régis Le Sommier, journalist: TC had a very difficult relationship with his father. The latter was extremely rigid. He beat his son. A very strict education. [11:32]
    [Andrew Morton, biographer, 11:39]
    [TG, 11:43]
    VO: Marilyn, his mother, took her children away from this tyrannical father, but she cannot offer them a good life. [11:53]
    Thomas Durand, journalist: After school, Tom was delivering newspapers, cleaning the dishes. He was in charge of his family at an age when children love to play. It was a broken childhood. [12:07]
    [RB + video extract, 12:24]
    [AM, 12:41]
    VO: Facing this lack of familial stability, TC is looking for landmarks. The teenager finds them in the religion. He is then 14. [12:54]
    [RB + video extract, 13:55]
    VO: Tom spent one year in the Cincinnati area, away from his family and his problems. He learned discipline and became very religious.
    TD: He is tormented, asks himself many questions and hopes to find answers in the religion, the spirituality. [14:17]
    [RB + video extract, 14:51]
    VO: But the young actor figured out that he said too much in this interview and will let it be known. [15:00]
    [RB + video extract, 15:29]
    LD: Too young, too naïve, TC regrets his confession. His flaws, his taste for religion will not interest producers, but a cult. And a woman will play the go-between. On October 16 1986, in Los Angeles, TC continues his rise to the top. This day, at only 23, he is given his star on Hollywood Boulevard, one of the youngest actors to receive that recognition. [16:04]
    Alain Graset, journalist: He dreamed about it and hoped to receive it someday, but so early was quite a surprise. He was greatly touched by it. [16:13]
    LD: He received his star for Top gun, the story of a jetfighter pilot. A worldwide success. [16:24]
    [AM, 16:28]
    AG: The film was on the top of the box office. When one achieves that, it generates a lot of greed, interest and projects. [16:34]
    LD: TC is now an actor to reckon with in Hollywood. At this moment he makes a decisive encounter. She is an actress: Mimi Rogers. [16:46]
    [AM + video extract, 17:00]
    [JC + video extract, 17:06]
    [Karen Pressley, ex scientology manager, 17:11]
    LD: TC falls in love with this motherly and ambitious actress and marries her in the following months. [17:21]
    [AM, 17:27]
    LD: For the actor, it is a true love story, but for his new wife, it seems to serve a different purpose. [17:35]
    [The trap lady]
    LD: Mimi Rogers did not seduce TC innocently. She is an actress, but also the follower of a fashionable cult in Hollywood, the church of scientology. [17:51]
    [AM, 17:55]
    [BH, 17:58]
    [AM, 18:01]
    LD: Mimi Rogers’ father and his friend, Ron Hubbard. This former science-fiction writer created in the 50’s a movement called the church of scientology. It intends to help its followers improving their mental capabilities, using a mix of science and religion. [18:20]
    Jean-Pierre Jougla, expert on cults: It is an alternative to psychoanalysis. It offers tools to people unhappy in the society to achieve well-being. [18:32]
    [AM, 18:39]
    LD: Rapidly, the writer became a guru. Centers open around the globe where his theories are taught. [18:48]
    [PP, 18:56]
    LD: Here is one of these centers in Hollywood. The young lady in charge of it at the time is Mimi Rogers. She brings in her husband very early in their wedding. [19:07]
    [KP, 19:24]
    LD: And this strategy has a name, Project celebrity, designed by LRH in the 50’s. Its targets are the biggest stars of the time, among others Orson Welles, Walt Disney and Greta Garbo [19:38].
    Serge Faubert, journalist: It is a global strategy towards the US movie industry, based on the idea that, through the actors, the general public can be reached and adepts recruited. [19:48]
    Skip Press, scenarist, ex scientologist: He wanted to take over Hollywood. [19:52]
    LD: 30 years later, TC seems to be the perfect target. [19:56]
    [PP, 20:04]
  4. AnonymeFR Member

    Re: France2 13 juillet Un jour un destin: Tom Cruise

    Quelqu'un pourrait nous dire où en est la traduction ?

    Si elle a été faite en entier, comme l'a faite en partie Ann O'Nymous, je peux aider pour la mise en forme sous titrée.
  5. mnql1 Member

  6. Ann O'Nymous Member

    Re: France2 13 juillet Un jour un destin: Tom Cruise

    Résumé (mis à jour):
    - Traduction:
    -- 00:00 - 20:00: Ann O'Nymous (première version)
    -- 20:00 - 30:00: (à faire)
    -- 30:00 - 50:00: mnql1 (première version)
    -- 50:00 - 80:00: peterstorm
    - Sous-titrage: Olrik.


    Merci à tous.
  7. pooks Member

    Re: France2 13 juillet Un jour un destin: Tom Cruise

    I want to thank you guys again for taking the time to do this. It's a lot of work.
  8. peterstorm Member

    Re: France2 13 juillet Un jour un destin: Tom Cruise

    Voici de 50 min jusqu'à la fin.

    Quelqu'un peut faire le proofreading SVP?

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    50 :00 He fired Pat Kingsley, is longtime publicist, the woman who got him out of trouble many times.

    I think the biggest change came when he fired his publicist.

    50 :13 He did whatever he wanted. He opened the Pandora’s box.

    He became more vehement on his opinions about scientology.

    50 :21 You see a change in Tom from being quiet in the background to being a scientology posterboy.

    50 :27 TC is not only contempt to spread the good word about Scientology in Hollywood.

    50 : 33 A few weeks later he goes to conquer Europe, where many coutries like France condemn scientology.

    50 :48 Paris, august 30th 2004. TC was promoting his film Collateral.

    50 :57 It was a huge day of promotion. He had one-to-ones, he met the public at a mall. It was a big day for him.

    50 :10 The actor meets crowds and does press conferences. But then he disappears in the middle of the day.

    51 :19 He left a press conference at the Ritz hotel in Paris.

    51 : 28 Somebody tells me : see this car?

    51 : 36 It was a car from the ministry of the economy picking up Tom Cruise. He’s going to meet Nicolas Sarkozy.

    51 : 42 It wasn’t publicized. Obviously things were done in a controlled fashion.

    51 :47 We called the ministry to ask if we could attend the meeting.

    51 :56 One photographer was appointed to immortalize the meeting and a cameraman from France 2 got to be there.

    51 :04 No other journalist was invited at Bercy on that day. It was a private meeting.

    52 :10 Sarkozy : What are you doing here?

    52 :15 The meeting was TC’s initiative. He solicitated the minister directly.

    52 :19 Sarkozy seems pleased with with the star’s visit. For him, it’s a good PR move first and foremost.

    52 :27 At the time Sarkozy was in a political down after being interior minister. Maybe he felt his responsibilities didn’t suit him at Bercy.

    52 :37 There was an interest for him to be seen with a international star.

    52 :42 TC was an opportunity for Sarkozy to be popular and hip.

    52 :49 But for TC, this meeting has a lot more strategic importance.

    52 :56 Whenever he goes in to meet a minister, he is always there as a representative of the church.

    53 :05 He’s been given specific detailed plans on what he is to achieve.

    53 :12 Scientology has a bad reputation in France. It’s a cult that needed to be recognized.

    53 :17 TC didn’t choose Sarkozy out of the blue. The former interior minister has long been in charge of religious groups and more important he’s seen has a future presidential candidate (president since 2007).

    53 :31 Both men met privately for 20 minutes. A question remains. Did they talk about scientology?

    53 :42 Sarkozy’s people told that the meeting revolved exclusively around U.S.-France relationship, diplomacy, arts, movies.

    53 :57 We also learned that Sarkozy was invited to TC’s ranch, but nothing else.

    53 :06 From TC’s side, it was clearly a scientology operation. The actor didn’t come alone.

    54 :14 This is Tommy Davis, the actual director of the Celebrity Center of Los Angeles and scientology’s spokesperson.

    54 :21 The 2 men were on a mission that day. And it even has a name.

    54 :27 If TC befriends Sarkozy, then he can say : We have a safepoint in France.

    54 :34 And that’s going to open the doors for scientology to have its organizations in France.

    54 :47 In TC’s view, he had to be invited as a scientologist. He had to say that they talked scientology.

    54 :58 Mission accomplished for TC because even if Sarkozy denied having talked about scientology, the image of their meeting casts a doubt.

    55 : 10 I really believe he was tricked by TC because he didn’t know that the star had so much responsability within the leadership of the cult.

    55 :21 TC leaves in a small boat on the river Seine, apparently thrilled about this media coup for scientology.

    55 :30 We have a series pictures of Tom fooling around in the boat afterwards, doing gymnastics moves…

    55 :39 This meeting with Sarkozy in 2004 was one of the best catch in Europe for scientology.

    55 : 47 TC goes along with his European tour.

    55 : 53 He also met ambassadors in Spain and Germany. He was really campaining for scientology.

    55 :58 His political cruisade ended here in Spain in a more spectacular fashion.

    56 :07 2 weeks later TC is in Madrid for the inauguration of the national headquarters of scientology.

    56 : 17 It’s a modern building at the central point of Spain.


    56 :28 There, the highest rankings members show off for the first time at the heart of a European capital. In a country where Scientology had just been recognized as a religion.

    56 :39 That’s absolutely something that Miscavidge worked out with TC. His presence helped to get the acceptance of scientology in a country.

    56 :48 I think it was a showcase for Europe.

    56 :51 So when TC takes the stand, he has no restraints.

    56 :56 Facing the crowd, he shows for the first time the extent of his engadgement.

    57 :02 TC, an actor engaged in scientology at a high level, participates in the inauguration of the new headquarters of HIS movement.

    57 :11 TC : 20 years ago, my despair vanished the day I discovered scientology.

    57 :29 It helped me discover peace and happiness.

    57 :40 TC is not only a pawn manipulated by Miscavidge. He participates wholeheartedly in this operation.

    57 : 49 At the end of his speech, TC is met with David Miscavidge. A first here again. The 2 men had never been seen together in public.

    57 : 58 The star brilliantly accomplished his mission in Europe and the church of scientology congradulates him as it should.

    58 :07 Remember this gala in England?

    58 :14 TC, in front of his mother and sister, gets the most precious distinction of the movement : a medal for his proselytism from the hands of scientology’s number 1.

    58 :26 TC really has the become the best of its ambassadors.

    58 : 37 Miscavidge can’t be more happy about what TC has become. He’s nothing else than a scientologist.

    58 :44 That’s before him being an artist, an actor, a father. Every piece of him is a scientologist.

    59 :06 From now on, all of TC’s life is managed by scientology. And when in 2005 the actor complains that he hasn’t found the woman of his life, the cult goes out to find her for him.

    59 :22 The perfect woman

    59 :27 In match 2005, Marc Headley is contacted by David Miscavidge for a very special mission.

    59 :34 We were basically told to audition scientology actresses. We were asked to tell them there was an upcoming TC project.

    59 : 46 A casting studio is then installed in Hollywood’s Celebrity Center.

    59 :52 A hundred of scientology actresses were met.

    59 :58 They are asked what they thought of TC, of being in a film with him. We had to find out how far they had progressed in the scientology services.

    1 :00 :07 These were all videotaped and sent out to the head office.

    1 :00 :18 We were under the impression that these were for Mission Impossible 3. But then I understood that they were looking for a girlfriend for TC.

    1 :00 :30 TC had complained to Miscavidge that he couldn’t find a girlfriend. He didn’t want to go out anymore with a girl who wasn’t into scientology.

    1 :00 :41 But after several auditions, no girl was chosen. Miscavidge then decided to call out non-scientologist actresses.

    1 :00 :50 This list was just Dave (Miscavidge) asking Tom : Who do you want to have as your girlfriend?

    1 :00 :56 There was Jennifer Gradner, Jessica Alba, Scarlett Johansson…

    1 :00 :59 These are the names I remember. They were on the list.

    1 :01 :01 Scarlett actualy was the only one to answer. And she boogied on out of there. She saw what was happening and said : I’m outta here.

    1 :01 :12 It’s another actress, not on the list, that got hooked.

    1 :01 :17 She said she used to have a poster of TC on her bedroom wall. And she used to dream of marrying TC.

    1 :01 :28 She passed the auditon, met TC, and a month later they were together.

    1 :01 :35 The chosen one is Katie Holmes. She was 27, was working in a TV show for teens and most important she adored TC.

    1 :01 :51 Tom said that when they first met he fell in love with her. He wanted to buy her a engagement ring and marry her.

    1 :02 :07 TC had reason to be happy. Katie accepted ultimate condition for their romance : to get into scientology.

    1 :02 :18 He made it clear to her with regards to scientology and that it was part of the deal. He wanted her to engage in it as much as he did.

    1 : 02 :23 She was catholic and converted. To marry TC you had to be a scientologist and she accepted.

    1 :02 :42 The first few months were intensive. She was training. She was following scientology courses.

    1 :02 :57 At 43, TC has everything to be happy. On one hand a woman that accepts and adheres to his scientology ideology. One the other a career that’s got him at the top of the box office in Hollywood.

    1 :03 :10 But this perfect image will become more blurred because of a confusion in his roles. And some uncontroled skids.

    1 :03 :19 June 17th 2005. Lyon train station in Paris. At the Train Bleu restaurant, journalists were waiting for the presentation of Steven Spielberg’s latest film, War of the worlds.

    1 :03 : 33 Journalist met a smiling TC, who has the leading role. But they quickly grabed that he wasn’t there to talk about movies.

    1 :03 :41 Uncontroled skid

    1 :03 : 44 There was some 200-250 journalists present. Many Europeans.

    1 :03 :51 He was in olympic shape. Huge smile. We felt he was perfectly happy.

    1 :03 :51 We expected something very controled from him, as usual. Not much freedom for us. No personnal questions.

    1 :04 : 04 But TC had a surprise for them. He came with his young fiance, Katie Holmes, properly sitting a few feet away.

    1 :04 :15 Of course, because of current events the first question was : When’s the marriage?

    1 :04 :21 We thought he wouldn’t talk about it. We thought the first person to ask would be brushed off.

    1 :04 : 33 He strarted spilling the beans and talked about nothing else.

    1 :04 :42 Incredible. We never saw him like that. Ever.

    1 :04 :46 He was winking at KH all the time. He looked for her approval. She was the subject of the day.

    1 :05 :11 We didn’t know if he was promoting the movie or himself. Everything was mixed up.

    1 :05 :16 Nothing about War of the worlds. No questions. It was thrown out the window.

    1 :05 :21 That’s the whole problem. On that day TC forgot to talk about the film he was promoting. He even spent the rest of press conference boasting about scientology’s merits.

    1 :05 :38 All of a sudden he’s not the pro actor anymore, who used to promote impecably his movies.

    1 : 05 :44 It’s so brutal and sudden that there has to be something behind that.

    1 :05 :49 There’s nothing behind in fact. Because TC’s not with pro PR people, but his own sister is now his publicist.

    1 :06 :02 She was objectively inexperienced and didn’t know what to watch out for.

    1 :06 :08 He’s pushed to profess his scientology faith.



    1 :06 :12 He literally jumped off the PR wagon. He did whatever the hell he wanted. It was as if he was out of control.

    1 :06 :23 He started talking and wouldn’t stop. It was as if we almost had Ron Hubbard in front of us.

    1 :06 :37 He’s like the puppet of scientology because all he’s doing is phoning the message of scientology.

    1 :06 44 TC is somewhere else. He left the professional realm for something else. And the first person to worry is this man. S. Spielberg, the director of the movie.

    1 :06 59 When coming out the press conference, apparently the movie’s publicist got a call from Spielberg and he was furious.

    1 :07 :07 Spielberg is starting to tell himself : Wait, he’s using the film’s promotion for his own personal folies and private life?

    1 :07 :16 Professionaly, the (?) fell on him. Spielberg didn’t want to work with him anymore.

    1 :07 :20 For the first time in his career, TC let Hollywood down. A few days later, he shocks all of America.

    1 :07 :28 June 23th, back in America, TC is still promoting War of the worlds.

    1 :07 35 He’s invited by one of the most popular interviewers, Mike Lauer. Once again, he is accompanied by Katie.

    1 :07 :54 Those are shows where they want to portray him in the best possible light, so they can have him on again, and again, and again for their ratings.

    1 :08 :10 TC looks relaxed. But that won’t last.

    1 :08 :15 M. Lauer comes back at remarks made by TC a couple days earlier about this woman : the actress Brooke Shields.

    1 :08 :23 In an interview, she reveals that she suffered from postpartum depression. TC had publicly criticized her for consulting a psychiatrist for help.

    1 :08 :45 Scientlogy claims that psychiatrists and psychotherapists are impostors and that only scientology has the keys to free the mind.

    1 :08 :45 In front of millions of viewers, TC will then directly pick on the journalist.

    1 :09 :03 As scientologists, they believe actually that psychiatrists lived back on the wholetrack and are there to infiltrate the minds in order to control people.

    1 :09 34 What he’s really saying is : I know psychiatrist have lived for millions and millions of years trying to destroy mankind.

    1 :09 : The tone of his voice, the inflections of his voice, the controlling nature of his words sounded like it was David Miscavidge speaking.

    1 :10 :08 Anybody who knows David Miscavidge and sees TC talking knows this sounded exactly like David Miscavidge.

    1 :10 :18 Lauer tries to argue, but it’s useless. TC won’t listen anymore.

    1 :10 :36 To say to M. Lauer : you’re glib. It was an insult. A glib person is just someone slightly educated.

    1 :10 :45 He really considers himself an authority on a lot of these subjects.

    1 :10 :48 He thinks he’s right. He thinks he’s the master of the universe.

    1 :11 :15 People didn’t see TC the actor. It was TC the proselityser.

    1 :11 :18 The public turned their back on him. They did’t want anything to do with him.

    1 :11 :21 People drew a line on that.

    1 :11 :24 TC went too far. America is troubled. So are his fans. And Hollywood.

    1 :11 32 People who used to be great friends with him are now saying he’s acting so crazy and so bizarre. It scares people.

    1 :11 :40 TC’s image has become catastrophic. The sanction was immediate.

    1 :11 :53 In august 2006, Paramount’s boss, Sumner Redstone, TC’s biggest employer, breaks his contract with the actor.

    1 :12 :03 For the first time, an actor making money for studios was put aside the system because of his behavior outside the business.

    1 :12 : 11 After 14 years, Redstone suddenly came out and said the way Cruise acted publicly affected the amount of money he was bringing to the boxoffice.

    1 :12 :27 TC was in shock. He was a goldenboy for years and could get anything he wanted and any amount of money. And suddenly he wasn’t.

    1 :12 :39 He came back to earth and realized he had to change his ways.

    1 : 12 :48 A Change in attitude. That’s the question. TC was hit hard. How would he react? He still has a lot of money. He will decide to be independant from Hollywood majors. His objective then? To get his own studio.

    1 :13 :12 When he leaves Paramount, he has some 100M$ in the bank.

    1 :13 :19 It meant a lot to say : You kicked me out of Paramount? Then I’ll do things otherwise.

    1 :13 :24 He takes his destiny in hand.

    1 :13 28 He decided to become his own boss. He sets his sight on a studio for sale. Not any studio : United Artists.

    1 :13 :39 It’s a mythical studio in Hollywood. It was founded by actors that wanted to be more involded in production.

    1 :13 :51 It was something prestigious and it made sense.

    1 :13 :55 TC goes from being an actor to being the boss of a studio. He then sets off on a new and ambitious project with him as the leading role.

    1 :14 :09 Last chance?

    1 :14 :14 In july 2007, TC leaves for Berlin. He begins shooting the movie that will relaunch his career, his first production : Valkyrie.

    1 :14 :27 Based on actual events, he attempts to give life to Claus von Stauffenberg, an unusual german officer of the Vehrmacht.

    1 :14 :36 Stoffenberg is a symbol for Germany. He was a career officer. He tried several times to assassinate Hitler.

    1 :14 :47 An important character for the germans. But when TC arrived in Berlin, his reputation has a scientologist had preceeded him and he’s not welcome.

    1 :14 :57 Some members of the Van Stoffenberg family juged that it was not decent for someone like TC to represent a member on their family.

    1 :15 : 07 He was forbidden to go to some historical sites in Germany because of scientology.

    1 :15 : 21 It was known that TC was a member of scientology. He had promoted it in the past.

    1 :15 :27 Scientology is considered judicially as a cult in Germany.

    1 :15 :34 There are ongoing debates in Germany on the judicial possibility to ban scientology.

    1 :15 :43 Many germans on the street say they are against scientology and that it is trying to indoctrinate people.

    1 :15 :50 And a question remains in Germany : why did TC chose this hero? Is it random? Was it only made based on artistic reasons?

    1 :16 :01 To make a film about a hero of the german resistance is certainly calculated. It can’t be random.

    1 :16 :09 He wanted to aquire the positive image of Stauffenberg for him and for scientology.

    1 :16 :16 Finally, TC gets over these difficulties and after months of delay, the film is completed.

    1 :16 :29 January 20th 2009, TC is in Berlin for the European premier of Valkyrie.

    1 :16 :37 The press is wandering. What face will TC give this new promotional campain?

    1 :16 :46 He came 2 hours early. Very methodical. He began at one end and went along the whole red carpet for 1 ½ hour.

    1 :16 :58 He smiles a lot. He’s smart.

    1 :17 :00 He walks around leaving bodygards behind. He approaches people, gets hugs and is photographed.

    1 :17 :07 But behind the crowd of fans, a group of scientology critics came also.

    1 :17 :11 Nein scientology!

    1 :17 :15 How did TC react?

    1 :17 :19 Our journalist asked him a clear cut question on the matter.

    1 :17 40 A fliing TC. Did he decide to change his communication mode?

    1 :17 :47 In the first press condferences, the first interviews, he doesn’t talk about it. Nothing.

    1 :17 :55 I think that now, he has to change.

    1 :18 05 He must have been encouraged by scientology. A TC devalued by the public doesn’t have much interest for scientology.

    1 :18 :13 TC has abandonned for the time being media proselytism, but not his engagement in the cult.

    1 :18 :21 After 25 years of teachings, he has reached today the level 7.

    1 :18 28 OT7 was the level I had reached. And that’s quite high.

    1 :18 :34 TC could aspire to new responsibilities in the cult. But Miscavidge would have to agree.

    1 :18 :45 Miscavidge told us that if he could, he would make TC the number 2 guy in scientology.

    1 :18 :56 But TC will never be number 2. He’s an actor. He does what he does.

    1 :19 :00 There is no place for a number 2. There is a monolytic structure with a great leader. Beside you have people that are valued and put forward. These people on a limb and are there according to Miscavidge’s good will.

    1 :19 :19 And Miscavidge is not ready to give up his place. He has to insure the interim until the reincarnation of Hubbard. It’s safe to say for a couple more years.

    1 :19 :38 So, how will TC manage the future? Forget proselytism? A form of redemption? Reason would argue that he should be more discreet. But does reason has a place in this story? Not so sure…

    1 :19 58 After 24 years in scientology, Bruce Hines fled the cult. He started a new life, got married and has gone on to study physics.

    Karen Pressley fled the cult in 1998 when forced to leave her husband. She lives in Atlanta and started a communication management business.

    Nicole Kidman got an Oscar for best actress in 2003. She married singer Keith Urban in 2006 and gave birth 2 years later to a little girl, Sunday Rose.
  9. peterstorm Member

    Re: France2 13 juillet Un jour un destin: Tom Cruise

    No sweat pooks. Great job on your part!
  10. Ann O'Nymous Member

    Re: France2 13 juillet Un jour un destin: Tom Cruise

    Super.

    Le mieux serait de le poster sur le site en anglais.

    Je vais traduire les 10 minutes manquantes.

    Olrik, met en marche la machine !
  11. cinnamon Member

    Re: France2 13 juillet Un jour un destin: Tom Cruise


    Here are a few minor changes that I can suggest so far:



    50 :27 TC is not content with just spreading the good word about Scientology in Hollywood.

    50 : 33 A few weeks later he goes to take on Europe, where many countries, such as France, condemn scientology.

    50 :57 It was a huge day of promotion. He had one-to-ones, interviews with people, he met the public at a mall. It was a big day for him.

    52 :15 The meeting was TC’s initiative. He had contacted the minister directly.

    53 :06 But for TC, it was clearly a Scientology operation. For the actor did not come alone.

    54 :14 This is Tommy Davis, the current director of the Celebrity Center of Los Angeles and scientology’s spokesperson.
  12. Ann O'Nymous Member

    Re: France2 13 juillet Un jour un destin: Tom Cruise

    Merci.
  13. Olrik Member

    Re: France2 13 juillet Un jour un destin: Tom Cruise


    Pas de problème. Je finis "Scientologie Stable, Satan en hausse" (les 3 dernières parties ) et je suis à vous.
  14. cinnamon Member

    Re: France2 13 juillet Un jour un destin: Tom Cruise


    Here are a few more minor suggestions (mainly spelling corrections) - Sorry I can't do more, but I am too tired right now ...


    55 :58 His political crusade ended here in Spain in a more spectacular fashion.

    56 :56 Facing the crowd, he shows for the first time the extent of his engagement.

    58 : 37 Miscavige can’t be more happy about what TC has become. He’s nothing else than a scientologist.

    59 :27 In March 2005, Marc Headley is contacted by David Miscavige for a very special mission.

    59 :52 A hundred or so scientology actresses were met.

    1 :02 :07 TC had reason to be happy. Katie accepted the ultimate condition for their romance : to get into scientology.
  15. Ann O'Nymous Member

    Re: France2 13 juillet Un jour un destin: Tom Cruise

    Tu as fais cela tout(e) seul(e) ?
  16. Olrik Member

    Re: France2 13 juillet Un jour un destin: Tom Cruise

    Merci à chaque traducteur de s'assurer que sa traduc et à jour dans le premier post correspondant.
  17. Olrik Member

    Re: France2 13 juillet Un jour un destin: Tom Cruise

    J'ai fait la mise en forme. La traduc est de mnql1.
  18. Ann O'Nymous Member

    Re: France2 13 juillet Un jour un destin: Tom Cruise

    Eh bien, je me réjouis de voir cela. Bravo.
  19. peterstorm Member

    Re: France2 13 juillet Un jour un destin: Tom Cruise

    Thx Cinnamon. Taken into account. I put it on the english thread.
  20. AnonymeFR Member

    Re: France2 13 juillet Un jour un destin: Tom Cruise

    Je ne veux pas en rajouter, mais rassurez moi !

    La voix française sur les témoignages leur permet-elle malgré tout de comprendre l'original en Anglais ?
  21. peterstorm Member

    Re: France2 13 juillet Un jour un destin: Tom Cruise

    Dans certains cas oui, d'autres non. Le sous-titrage en français n'est pas fait mot pour mot. Il est très bien fait, mais ils se sont gardé la liberté d'utiliser des expressions typiquement française pour illustrer le propos.

    Difficile de traduire «boogied on outta there»...
  22. Olrik Member

    Re: France2 13 juillet Un jour un destin: Tom Cruise

    Boo... quoi? ;)
  23. peterstorm Member

    Re: France2 13 juillet Un jour un destin: Tom Cruise

    Ça veut dire qu'elle a foutu le camp.
  24. Olrik Member

    Re: France2 13 juillet Un jour un destin: Tom Cruise

    Danke.
  25. Ann O'Nymous Member

    Re: France2 13 juillet Un jour un destin: Tom Cruise

    Non. J'ai posé la question dans la partie anglophone. Je suis en train d'essayer de transcrire cela. C'est pénible.
  26. AnonymeFR Member

    Re: France2 13 juillet Un jour un destin: Tom Cruise

    Au sujet de la voix française sur les témoignages en anglais, je me sens très gêné parce que je n’ai rien fait et je ne me sens pas capable de rien faire.

    Mais après tant de travail, les amis, je crois qu’il vous faut donner un dernier coup de collier et sous titrer ce qui est dit en anglais quand c’est couvert par la voix française.
    Peu importe si ça retarde la mise en ligne d’un jour ou deux.
  27. AnonymeFR Member

    Re: France2 13 juillet Un jour un destin: Tom Cruise

    Je viens juste de lire ton message. C'est pénible, je m'en doute. En tous cas merci et BRAVO !
    Bon courage.
  28. mnql1 Member

    Re: France2 13 juillet Un jour un destin: Tom Cruise

    Je pourrais contribuer quelques heures plus tard aujourd'hui. Puis-je aider?
  29. Anon-007 Member

    Re: France2 13 juillet Un jour un destin: Tom Cruise

    Encore!
  30. Ann O'Nymous Member

    Re: France2 13 juillet Un jour un destin: Tom Cruise

    Volontiers. Je peine avec les passages sous-titrés. Si jamais je peux m'y remettre plus tard, mais là je sature... Merci de l'aide.

    “One day, one destiny: Tom Cruise, the scientology firm”, France 2
    DM: David Miscavige
    LRH: L. Ron Hubbard
    TC: Tom Cruise
    [00:00]
    [Opening sequence, 00:34]
    [Extract of the TC video, 01:16]
    Laurent Delahousse: This image of TC, preaching for the church of scientology, is available on the Internet. The taboo is finally over. This is not a secret anymore: the actor became what the cult wanted, the best of its ambassadors. Some people argue that he became the Nr 2 of the organization, a status coupled with his proselytism that finally weakened his position in Hollywood. For years, TC has been trained, educated to secrecy. Nowadays, his life, his wife, his children, nothing escapes the church’s culture. Where does this mystical obsession come from? How did the star choose the guise of a prophet? Let’s start with the words you just heard from the mouth of one of the most famous actors. They were uttered some years ago at a time TC received an award. An award, but what for? [2:10]
    Voice over: On October 30 2004, in this manor belonging to the church of scientology, is held one of the major annual meetings of the cult. Marc Headley took part in organizing this event. [2:25]
    Marc Headley, ex scientology audiovisual manager: Every year, scientology has various conventions. It is the one time of year where all European scientologists go to one of the annual conventions. [2:37]
    VO: On stage, as the MC for the event, DM, the organization’s grand master, its unchallenged leader for more than 20 years. [2:48]
    MH: Every year, scientologists are rewarded with a medal. It takes a very dedicated scientologist to gain these medals. [2: 59]
    [Video extract, 3:11]
    VO: At this moment, a video is shot on a wide screen, using the Mission Impossible music. This year, the top winner is TC. [3:22]
    [Video extract, 3:28]
    MH: DM spent two weeks in a studio to have that video. Every detail was supervised by DM. [3: 38]
    Maureen Smith, ex scientologist: I was preparing graphs for these events. We had plenty of statistics to put into graphs. [3:52]
    VO: A propaganda message, based on impressive statistics, but not supported by facts.
    MS: When the figures were down, I was told to put them up. Everybody had to know we were up. So I did it. [4:07]
    MH: DM himself thought of an idea. He wanted TC talk about TC. Scientologists watching that video thought it was the best one they ever got. Because TC is … the best… scientology… He is awesome. [5:03]
    Patty Pieniadz, ex scientology manager: They are smarter, the better… They are the super beings of the planet. DM ordered at the time… to watch this video over and over and over again. Because he wanted everybody to be like TC. [5:30]
    VO: To close this strange evening, DM has a nice surprise for the followers. The one who spoke in the video is attending the meeting. The best o them all, TC, is there with his mother and his eldest sister. [5:46]
    MH: All his sisters are scientologists. He brought them in scientology. [5:50]
    Janet Charlton, journalist: His mother is a devout scientologist also. [5:58]
    MH: The fact that TC is there is there is a big trick for scientologists. He was at the event, in Europe, to get that medal. It was the best event they ever attended. The salute… senior… respect TC could show to DM. TC and DM are like two pieces of … [6:35]
    Bruce Hines, ex scientology auditor: They are alike. They are very similar to each other. [6:38]
    PP: … aggressive, perfectionist, control- freak. [6:43]
    VO: TC never received an award as an actor. So when he received a medal, he seems particularly touched. [6:55]
    MH: It had to be the biggest, the best, the fanciest, the most expensive. Probably it took us two weeks… [7:51]
    [Tom Cruise: the scientologist firm, a film by Paul Degenève, edited b Laure Matthey, 7:56]
    LD: Are you ready to clear this planet? That was the question asked by TC to the scientologists 5 years ago. The speeches and images are troubling. Reality seems to surpass fiction. So how did TC get there? In this type of involvement, there always are personal wounds and vulnerabilities. To discover those of TC, one has to go back a few years. [8:23]
    VO: In 1983, TC is 21 and performs his first leading role in a movie. [8:37]
    Ronna Barret, former journalist: … Risky business… set on the road to stardom. TC had just become one o the hottest, youngest stars all over the country. [8:52]
    VO: He plays an ambitious and confident young man. He immediately became the idol of a whole generation. [9:04]
    RB: People were entering in a room and starting to dance like TC in Risk business… TC. [9:14]
    Tobe Gibson, TC’s first agent: He was true. He was natural. He was real. [9:16]
    Barbara Theate, journalist: He represents the youngster coming out of nowhere and becoming a star. Americans just love that. TC personifies the American dream. [9:22]
    VO: After that, all the media wanted TC’s first interview. On January 7 1984, the journalist Ronna Barret obtained it. [9:38]
    RB: Requests for him to be here and other places… So, in order to get him, I had to use all the relationships I had with people around him. Immediately I thought he had what we call charisma. The way he moved, he spoke. [10:14]
    VO: Behind his natural confidence, he hides a huge frailty. In this first interview, TC will show his wounds. [10:30]
    [The ideal pray]
    [Video extract, 10:50]
    VO: Up to this divorce, TC’s life has been painful. He is the only son among four children. His father is an electrician moving from one job to another, changing homes constantly. An authoritarian and alcoholic father for whom Tom became the punching bag. [11:17]
    Andrew Morton, biographer: TC … difficult background. His mother left his father... drunk… Tom. [11:24]
    Régis Le Sommier, journalist: TC had a very difficult relationship with his father. The latter was extremely rigid. He beat his son. A very strict education. [11:32]
    AM: One of the last times he saw him, he was about 12. [11:39]
    TG: His parents divorced… New Jersey. [11:43]
    VO: Marily, his mother took her children away from this tyrannical father, but she could not offer them a good life. [11:53]
    Thomas Durand, journalist: After school, Tom was delivering newspapers, cleaning the dishes. He was in charge of his family at an age when children love to play. It was a broken childhood. [12:07]
    RB: I felt that it was a large shock. [12:24]
    AM: I think he had a mixed childhood. Loving mother and sisters and a tough father. There is a real dichotomy in the way he was brought up. [12:41]
    VO: Facing this lack of familial stability, TC is looking for landmarks. The teenager finds them in the religion. He is then 14. [12:54]
    RB: I met somebody who really knew Tom and he said: “Did you know he wanted to be a priest?” Nobody had been this far… I think I wanted to get some kind of reaction. I think we may have touched something that he thought about quite seriously. [13:55]
    VO: Tom spent one year in the Cincinnati area, away from his family and his problems. He learned discipline and became very religious.
    TD: He is tormented, asks himself many questions and hopes to find answers in religion, in spirituality. [14:17]
    RB: He wanted to say something, but he did not know exactly how far to go or what he should do. At that time, I understood that Tom was a very religious young man. [14:51]
    VO: But the young actor figured out that he said too much in this interview and informs the journalist about it. [15:00]
    RB: After the interview was over, he said something to me: “It was like I was just on the couch. Wow!” And a couple of days later, his agent, Pat Kingsley, called me and said: “Oh my gosh, Ronna, he said to me it was an incredible interview and I do not want her to interview me again”. [15:29]
    LD: Too young, too naïve, TC regrets quickly his confession. His lack of familial stability, his taste for religion, his frailty and his wounds will not interest producers, but a cult. And a woman will play the go-between. On October 16 1986, in Los Angeles, TC continues his rise to the top. This day, at only 23, he is given his star on Hollywood Boulevard, one of the youngest actors to receive that recognition. [16:04]
    Alain Graset, journalist: He dreamed about it and hoped to receive it someday, but so early was quite a surprise. He was greatly touched by it. [16:13]
    LD: He received his star for Top gun, the story of a jetfighter pilot. A worldwide success. [16:24]
    AM: It was at the top. That movie was at the top this year. [16:28]
    AG: The film was at the top of the box office. When one achieves that, it generates a lot of greed, interest and projects. [16:34]
    LD: TC is now an actor to reckon with in Hollywood. At this moment he has a decisive encounter. He meets an actress, Mimi Rogers. [16:46]
    AM: Mimi and Tom met at a party. They started dating between their various jobs. [17:00]
    JC: Mimi was a popular actress, older than him by a couple of years. [17:06]
    Karen Pressley, ex scientology manager: She is a very talented and determined in her career. [17:11]
    LD: TC falls in love with this motherly and ambitious actress and marries her in the following months. [17:21]
    AM: TC tells himself that he prefers … stars who understand the intensity, the focus, the dedication it takes to be an actor. [17:27]
    LD: For the actor, it is a true love story, but for his new wife, it seems to serve a different purpose. [17:35]
    [The trap lady]
    LD: Mimi Rogers did not seduce TC innocently. She is an actress, but also the follower of a fashionable cult in Hollywood, the church of scientology. [17:51]
    AM: Mimi was recruiting in scientology. She was a high-level auditor. [17:55]
    BH: She lived in scientology all her life. [17:58]
    AM: Her father was one of the founders along LRH. [18:01]
    LD: Mimi’s father and his friend, Ron Hubbard. This former science-fiction writer created in the 50’s a movement called the church of scientology. It intends to help its followers improve their mental capabilities, using a mix of science and religion. [18:20]
    Jean-Pierre Jougla, expert on cults: He tried to create a new form of psychoanalysis. It offers tools to people unhappy in the society to achieve well-being. [18:32]
    AM: LRH was genius. He was one of the first people to sell this type of self mental health help. [18:39]
    LD: Rapidly, the writer became a guru. Centers open around the globe where his theories are taught. [18:48]
    PP: They promess hope and betterment. [18:56]
    LD: Here is one of these centers in Hollywood. The young lady in charge of it at the time is Mimi Rogers. She brings in her husband very early in their wedding. [19:07]
    KP: She set up her own practice specifically to bring celebrities into scientology. This strategy was to get celebrities in so that we can use them as spokesmen and representatives of scientology. [19:24]
    LD: And this strategy has a name, Project celebrity, designed by LRH in the 50’s. Its targets are the biggest stars of the time, among others Orson Welles, Walt Disney and Greta Garbo. [19:38].
    Serge Faubert, journalist: It is a global strategy towards the US movie industry, based on the idea that, through the actors, the general public can be reached and adepts recruited. [19:48]
    Skip Press, screenwriter, ex scientologist: They wanted to totally take over Hollywood. [19:52]
    LD: 30 years later, TC seems to be the perfect target. [19:56]
    PP: He was handsome. He was young. On his way up. He was the perfect score for scientology. [20:04]
    AM: He joined very quietly, first in her small agency. [20:12]
    LD: TC begins to study scientology secretly. And, as requested by it, he must talk to his auditors about his anxieties and fears. [20:25]
    PP: They find something in their life the person is unhappy with. [20:44]
    SF: He gives them all the levers and all the buttons of his psychology, giving the cult control over his life. [20:51]
    LD: Unsurprisingly, scientology has solutions for all TC’s problems. In Mimi Rogers’ agency, TC finds a new family. [21:02]
    JC: “These people became his best friends. He always had 8 people around him, ready to do everything to make his life easier and better. [21:11]
    AM: Tom hates to be alone. He likes to be surrounded by people. Here, you have suddenly smiling people and love bombing him to help him feel good about yourself. [21:22]
    LD: At the time TC starts his training the cult is restructuring itself. Its founder, LRH, just died in an accident (sic), and a young and ambitious adept takes control. His name: DM. [21:44]
    PP: He was recruited by the Sea Org when he was 13 years old. He moved through the ranks to become a Commodore’s messenger. [21:55]
    AM: He took over during a putsch, getting rid of the people nominated to take over by LRH himself. [22:04]
    PP: DM maneuvered to put himself in a position of power. [22:09]
    SF: It is the first time that a cult survives its founder and is led by someone trained – or even created – by the cult. [22:22]
    LD: The new leader is ambitious. He wants the cult back on track after it stopped moving forwards for some years. Following strictly his spiritual father’s orders, he decided to renovate a manor at the heart of Hollywood, the Celebrity Center. It is the most prestigious organization for the stars. At the time, Karen Pressley is its manager. [22:45]
    KP: We specifically renovated the Celebrity Center to make it more beautiful, more luxurious. We specifically created private entrances where celebrities could pull up their cars and enter the building so that the people could not see them coming and going. We would have DM’s staff constantly calling and saying: “Who you next are getting into scientology?” [23:15]
    LD: DM then learns that TC is trained on a regular basis in his spouse’s small agency. [23:27]
    KP: It was the biggest news someone ever read. Everybody get involved and DM stepped in. [23:36]
    AM: They were about to lure in the biggest celebrity in scientology history. [23:42]
    LD: But there is a problem. Mimi Rogers is too close to the cult’s former management. DM does not trust her. [23:51]
    AM: Her father had fallen out of scientology. There was a philosophical and religious schism between the new management and her family. Mimi was seen as a possible enemy. [24:05]
    KP: They definitively wanted her to pack TC out of her agency and to bring him to the Celebrity Center so that he could be controlled. [24:15]
    LD: Mimi Rogers is then slowly put on the side. TC agrees to be trained at the CC, a place more adequate for a star. [24:25]
    AM: They very carefully and very quietly prepared, putting in hundreds of hours, to working out how to involve TC. [24:37]
    LD: For three years, TC is trained in the CC, a period that allows the management to observe him, to shape him and to convince itself of his dedication. One day, DM decides to take another step and to meet TC. [24:55]
    VO: During the summer of 1989, the leader sends an invitation to TC, proposing him to visit the organization’s headquarters, a privilege no other junior adept ever had. [25:12]
    AM: All they do is to say that, for a celebrity, this is the place with better training, the top auditors, the top services and the top facilities. [25:22]
    BH: It is a very very secret place. So having DM inviting TC there is very unusual. Some sort of privilege for TC. [25:34]
    VO: A few weeks later, the actor arrives by helicopter at Hemet, a small city about 100 km south of Los Angeles. He discovers there a secret compound, in the middle of the desert. [25:50]
    [The power den]
    BH: There are about 50 buildings on the property. There is a road that goes through the middle of the property. The management buildings and the management people are on the north side of the highway. On the other side of the highway there is what they call Golden era productions. There they make films and videos for the promotion. [26:22]
    VO: TC is in the middle of a huge property, surrounded by barbed wire and CCTV, where more than a thousand very dedicated adepts work. [26:34]
    MH: It is only comprised of people who signed a contract for a billion years dedicated to scientology. [26:43]
    PP: The have no lie outside of scientology there. All they do is scientology. [26:49]
    VO: DM welcomes TC in person at his arrival. He is surrounded by people in uniforms. They are members of the Sea Org, the management of the cult. [27:03]
    BH: That is where I worked. The Sea Org, a paramilitary organization. Part of the discipline is to wear uniforms. [27:15]
    MH: The entire scientology is run by the Sea Org. [27:19]
    VO: TC then visits the Hemet base. [27:27]
    AM: It was like a royal… red carpet for a VIP. [27:33]
    BH: We had to get everything ready. People would go around inspecting the property to make sure it is clean, the grass is mowed, the bushes are trimmed. [27:43]
    MS: We practiced the day before. Someone would… little demonstration. To give him a good show. [27:55]
    VO: TC discovers that the base also has video production studios. He spends some time there and asks Maureen Smith some questions. [28:07]
    MS: He came… back… engineer… video production crew… [28:21]
    BH: Purpose was to prove… and the succeeded. [28:26]
    MS: … by scientology base. [28:31]
    VO: Impressed… and convinced that this is the place to further his training. From that moment, he flies out of Los Angeles to join DM at Int Base. [28:45]
    MH: When he showed up, landing… helicopter… only one… TC was coming… [28:53]
    KP: He was motorcycling with TC… glider… [28:59]
    PP: DM would make sure to… one of the biggest celebrities in the world… Kept him close. [29:10]
    BH: Sometimes he would stay several weeks in a row… -LA. He was coming and going a lot. [29:19]
    VO: During this period, TC is going on with his career. Mentioning scientology is taboo. His agent, Pat Kingsley, who is with him at any public appearance, clearly forbids it. [29:33]
    JC: Pat … scientology for years. [29:38]
    AM: Pat was really his firewall. [29:41]
    JC: … [29:43]
    VO: TC has two different lives. A public one, with the usual formatted speech of a Hollywood star. A private one, in which he will further his scientology training secretly. [30:00]
    [The deluxe apprentice]
  31. mnql1 Member

    Re: France2 13 juillet Un jour un destin: Tom Cruise

    Merci. J'examinerai le texte en visonnant l'émission et j'afficherai le résultat ici tôt demain.
  32. mnql1 Member

    Re: France2 13 juillet Un jour un destin: Tom Cruise

    J'ai retravaillé de 00:00 à 12:22. Je pourrais continuer de 12:22 à 30:00, mais le résultat ne serait pas prêt avant dimanche ou lundi. Est-ce que je devrais continuer?


    The following persons appear in this segment:

    Laurent Delahousse, host and narrator

    Ronna Barret, former journalist
    Janet Charlton, journalist
    Thomas Durand, journalist
    Tobe Gibson, Tom Cruise's first agent
    Marc Headley, former Scientology audiovisual manager
    Bruce Hines, former top Scientologist
    Régis Le Sommier, journalist
    Andrew Morton, biographer
    Patty Pieniadz, former Scientology executive
    Maureen Smith Bolstad, former member of Scientology
    Barbara Theate, cinema journalist



    0:00:03.79-0:00:04.92 One Day, One Destiny

    0:00:10.85-0:00:13.35 Host and narrator LAURENT DELAHOUSSE
    0:00:15.17-0:00:17.46 Produced by SERGE KHALFON

    0:00:21.89-0:00:23.96 A MAGNETO PRESSE Production
    0:00:25.93-0:00:27.80 with the participation of FRANCE TÉLÉVISIONS

    Laurent Delahousse
    0:01:17.48-0:01:20.57 These scenes of Tom Cruise preaching for Scientology,
    0:01:20.61-0:01:22.75 are accessible to anyone on the Internet.
    0:01:22.80-0:01:24.16 The taboo finally fell away.
    0:01:24.20-0:01:25.41 It was a secret no longer.
    0:01:25.45-0:01:27.49 The actor had become what the sect wanted,
    0:01:27.49-0:01:29.54 the best of its ambassadors.
    0:01:29.58-0:01:32.23 Some even claim that, in its hierarchy,
    0:01:32.29-0:01:34.70 he became number two within the church.
    0:01:34.74-0:01:36.63 His status and his proselytism
    0:01:36.69-0:01:38.85 eventually weakened his position in Hollywood.
    0:01:39.29-0:01:43.86 For years, Tom Cruise was trained and educated in secrecy.
    0:01:43.91-0:01:46.25 Today, his life, his wife, his children,
    0:01:46.29-0:01:49.22 nothing escapes Scientology’s culture.
    0:01:49.26-0:01:51.86 Where does this mystical obsession come from?
    0:01:51.91-0:01:55.27 How did Tom Cruise, the star, assume the mantle of a prophet?
    0:01:55.31-0:01:58.46 Let’s begin with the few words you just heard
    0:01:58.53-0:02:00.94 from the mouth of one of the world's most famous actors.
    0:02:01.00-0:02:03.36 They were first heard a few years ago.
    0:02:03.40-0:02:05.42 Tom Cruise had just received an award.
    0:02:05.46-0:02:07.82 An award, but for what?
    0:02:10.52-0:02:12.48 On October 30, 2004,
    0:02:13.49-0:02:15.83 this manor belonging to the Church of Scientology
    0:02:15.87-0:02:19.27 was the venue for one of the sect's major annual meetings.
    0:02:20.95-0:02:21.96 That year,
    0:02:22.00-0:02:24.33 Marc Headley participated in the organization of the event.
    Marc Headley
    0:02:26.12-0:02:29.54 Every year, Scientology has annual conventions.
    0:02:29.58-0:02:34.86 It's the one time of year where all the European Scientologists
    0:02:34.93-0:02:37.02 go to one of these annual conventions.
    Laurent Delahousse
    0:02:37.86-0:02:39.90 Delahousse: On stage, to MC the event,
    0:02:39.94-0:02:43.83 the grand master of Scientology, David Miscavige,
    0:02:43.87-0:02:47.88 its unchallenged leader for over 20 years now.
    Marc Headley
    0:02:48.82-0:02:54.28 Every year at the IAS event, they award Scientologists a medal
    0:02:54.32-0:02:58.36 and you have to be a very very dedicated Scientologist
    0:02:58.40-0:02:59.44 to get one of these medals.
    Laurent Delahousse
    0:03:11.85-0:03:14.93 Delahousse: On cue, a video appeared on the giant screen
    0:03:14.96-0:03:16.75 and the soundtrack was the "Mission Impossible" theme.
    0:03:17.03-0:03:20.17 That year, the name of the grand winner was: Tom Cruise.
    Marc Headley
    0:03:28.62-0:03:30.33 Dave Miscavige spent, I'd say,
    0:03:30.37-0:03:33.94 2 weeks sitting in the edit bay while they cut that video.
    0:03:34.00-0:03:36.24 Every single little teeny piece
    0:03:36.26-0:03:38.52 was micromanaged by David Miscavige.
    Maureen Smith
    0:03:38.56-0:03:41.03 I had to prepare the video for a lot of the events.
    0:03:41.07-0:03:42.70 We had statistics graphs.
    Laurent Delahousse
    0:03:52.29-0:03:54.24 Delahousse: A propaganda message built on
    0:03:54.28-0:03:56.23 impressive statistics which, however,
    0:03:56.27-0:03:57.79 did not correspond to anything in reality.
    Maureen Smith
    0:03:57.91-0:03:59.20 You know it, if the graph was down,
    0:03:59.24-0:04:01.79 I had to basically cover it up and make it up.
    0:04:04.23-0:04:05.89 [It] didn't matter to me whether they were up
    0:04:05.93-0:04:07.44 or looked good on the screen.
    0:04:07.46-0:04:08.64 That's what I did.
    Marc Headley
    0:04:08.68-0:04:11.80 Dave Miscavige himself thought of an idea.
    0:04:11.84-0:04:15.70 We'd have Tom Cruise talk about Tom Cruise.
    0:04:32.86-0:04:34.68 Scientologists watching that video,
    0:04:34.72-0:04:37.11 they thought it was the best video they had ever seen.
    0:04:37.16-0:04:42.38 They thought, "Oh, my God! Tom Cruise is... is the best person,"
    0:04:42.42-0:04:45.35 "is the biggest Scientology... is the best person..."
    0:04:45.40-0:04:48.09 They do, just like, "Yeah, this is... he's awesome."
    Patty Pieniadz
    0:05:04.21-0:05:05.22 They are smarter,
    0:05:05.26-0:05:06.06 they are better,
    0:05:06.10-0:05:07.42 they are more intelligent.
    0:05:07.71-0:05:10.01 They're like the superbeings of the planet.
    0:05:18.55-0:05:20.22 Miscavige had ordered, at the time,
    0:05:20.66-0:05:24.51 all staff to watch this Tom Cruise video,
    0:05:24.55-0:05:26.56 over and over and over and over again,
    0:05:26.60-0:05:30.14 because he wanted everybody to be like Tom Cruise.
    Laurent Delahousse
    0:05:30.50-0:05:32.10 Delahousse: To close this strange evening,
    0:05:32.58-0:05:35.47 David Miscavige had saved a big surprise for his followers.
    0:05:36.13-0:05:38.16 The person who had just spoken to them on the screen
    0:05:38.24-0:05:39.65 was actually present.
    0:05:39.78-0:05:41.75 Tom Cruise, the best among them,
    0:05:42.11-0:05:45.11 was accompanied by his mother and his eldest sister.
    Marc Headley
    0:05:46.32-0:05:47.93 All his sisters are Scientologists too.
    0:05:48.13-0:05:49.89 He got them all in Scientology.
    Janet Charlton
    0:05:50.01-0:05:53.67 Tom's mother is a very vehement Scientologist also.
    Marc Headley
    0:05:58.85-0:06:00.97 The fact that Tom Cruise was even there
    0:06:01.49-0:06:03.43 is a big treat for Scientologists.
    0:06:03.47-0:06:06.78 That he was at... he was at the event, in Europe,
    0:06:07.04-0:06:08.25 and he got a medal.
    0:06:08.29-0:06:09.35 That... that alone
    0:06:09.40-0:06:12.23 would have been the best event that they ever attended.
    0:06:15.61-0:06:18.67 The salute, that's a Sea Organization thing.
    0:06:18.71-0:06:23.04 That's the most respect that Tom Cruise could show
    0:06:23.08-0:06:24.19 for David Miscavige.
    0:06:31.11-0:06:34.58 David Miscavige and Tom Cruise are like two peas in a pod.
    Bruce Hines
    0:06:35.42-0:06:38.34 They're alike. They are similar to each other.
    Patty Pieniadz
    0:06:38.62-0:06:40.81 ... very competitive, very aggressive,
    0:06:40.85-0:06:43.28 perfectionists, control freak.
    Laurent Delahousse
    0:06:43.52-0:06:45.89 Delahousse: Tom Cruise has never received an award as an actor.
    0:06:46.60-0:06:49.65 So when he received a medal created specially for him,
    0:06:50.20-0:06:52.50 he seemed particularly moved.
    Marc Headley
    0:06:54.90-0:06:59.82 It had to be the biggest, the best, the fanciest,
    0:06:59.86-0:07:01.21 the most expensive.
    0:07:03.18-0:07:05.33 It took us 2 weeks to design it.
    0:07:05.34-0:07:07.43 It has a jeweled inset in it.

    0:07:49.31-0:07:51.82 TOM CRUISE THE SCIENTOLOGY FIRM

    0:07:51.86-0:07:53.27 A film by PAUL DEGENEVE
    Edited by LAURE MATTHEY

    Laurent Delahousse
    0:07:57.30-0:07:59.35 "Are we going to clean this place up?"
    0:07:59.59-0:08:02.08 This is what Tom Cruise was proposing, only 5 years ago,
    0:08:02.29-0:08:03.98 to the followers of Scientology.
    0:08:04.36-0:08:05.86 The words and the images are disturbing.
    0:08:05.90-0:08:08.26 Here, reality seems to go beyond fiction.
    0:08:08.30-0:08:10.71 So how did Tom Cruise come to this?
    0:08:10.75-0:08:13.09 At the heart of everything in this type of involvement,
    0:08:13.13-0:08:15.50 there are always personal wounds and vulnerabilities.
    0:08:15.90-0:08:17.43 To discover those of Tom Cruise,
    0:08:17.48-0:08:21.21 we first have to go back a few years.
    0:08:23.36-0:08:25.33 It was 1993.
    0:08:29.61-0:08:30.83 Tom Cruise was 21
    0:08:30.87-0:08:33.90 and he had just secured his first lead role in a film.
    Ronna Barret
    0:08:37.67-0:08:39.27 "Risky Business" was the movie
    0:08:39.31-0:08:42.24 that really set him on the road to stardom.
    0:08:45.69-0:08:50.70 Tom Cruise had just become one of the hottest young stars
    0:08:50.74-0:08:51.82 all over the country.
    Laurent Delahousse
    0:08:52.35-0:08:54.56 Delahousse: He played an ambitious,
    0:08:54.59-0:08:55.59 self-confident young man.
    0:08:55.63-0:08:59.28 He immediately became the idol of a whole generation.
    Ronna Barret
    0:09:04.50-0:09:06.20 You know, somebody comes into a room
    0:09:06.24-0:09:08.55 and does the dance from "Risky Business".
    0:09:08.83-0:09:11.43 Immediately, you say, "Ah, they're doing Tom Cruise."
    Tobe Gibson
    0:09:13.17-0:09:15.86 He was fresh, he was natural, he was real.
    Barbara Theate
    0:09:15.90-0:09:17.47 Theate: He's the icon of the youngster
    0:09:17.47-0:09:19.04 who comes out of nowhere and becomes a star.
    0:09:19.06-0:09:20.25 Americans just love that.
    0:09:20.29-0:09:22.89 I think Tom Cruise personifies the American dream.
    Laurent Delahousse
    0:09:23.73-0:09:24.66 Delahousse: From that point on,
    0:09:24.70-0:09:27.63 every television network dreamed of obtaining his first interview.
    0:09:29.29-0:09:34.90 On January 7, 1984, journalist Ronna Barret succeeded.
    Ronna Barret
    0:09:38.80-0:09:42.76 Requests for him to be here, there, and every other place,
    0:09:42.80-0:09:44.35 were already in.
    0:09:44.39-0:09:49.00 So, in order to get it, I had to use, you know,
    0:09:49.03-0:09:51.93 my relationships with the people who were around him.
    0:10:07.10-0:10:09.81 I thought he had what we call "charisma".
    0:10:09.85-0:10:13.78 The way in which he moved, the way in which he spoke.
    Laurent Delahousse
    0:10:14.58-0:10:16.33 Delahousse: But his natural self-assurance
    0:10:16.37,0:10:19.03 belied a great vulnerability.
    0:10:19.71-0:10:21.52 And right in his first interview,
    0:10:21.56-0:10:23.54 Tom Cruise revealed his weaknesses.

    0:10:27.24-0:10:31.02 THE IDEAL PREY

    Laurent Delahousse
    0:10:49.55-0:10:53.33 And until that divorce, Tom Cruise's life was painful.
    0:10:54.28-0:10:56.50 He was the only boy in a family of four children.
    0:10:56.78-0:10:59.32 His father was a traveling electrician,
    0:10:59.37-0:11:01.79 and so he constantly had to relocate.
    0:11:02.52-0:11:05.35 He was an authoritarian and alcoholic father
    0:11:05.41-0:11:08.15 and Tom became his whipping boy.
    Andrew Morton
    0:11:17.28-0:11:18.97 Tom Cruise is from quite a difficult background.
    0:11:19.01-0:11:21.38 His mother actually left the father.
    0:11:21.45-0:11:23.74 He was a bit of a drunk and he would beat up Tom.
    Régis Le Sommier
    0:11:23.78-0:11:25.81 He had a very conflicted relationship with his father.
    0:11:25.85-0:11:29.05 There were times when his father was extremely rigid.
    0:11:29.09-0:11:33.16 He beat his son. It was an extremely strict upbringing.
    Andrew Morton
    0:11:33.20-0:11:36.61 And one of the last times he saw him was when he was 12.
    B]Tobe Gibson[/B]
    0:11:39.83-0:11:41.19 His father and mother divorced
    0:11:41.23-0:11:43.26 and they lived in Glen Ridge, New Jersey.
    Laurent Delahousse
    0:11:43.94,0:11:45.46 Delahousse: Mary Lee, Tom's mother,
    0:11:45.50-0:11:48.24 took her children far away from this tyrannical father,
    0:11:48.63-0:11:51.61 but she lacked the means to support them adequately.
    Thomas Durand
    0:11:53.17-0:11:56.40 After school, Tom Cruise delivered newspapers.
    0:11:56.44-0:11:57.68 He worked as a dishwasher.
    0:11:57.72-0:12:01.55 At an age when children generally devote their time to leisure,
    0:12:01.59-0:12:04.02 he had to support his family.
    0:12:04.09-0:12:06.09 So he had a rather broken childhood.
    Ronna Barret
    0:12:18.74-0:12:22.47 I felt that it was a large shock.

    0:12:22-0:30:00 Draft below:

    AM: I think he had a mixed childhood. Loving mother and sisters and a tough father. There is a real dichotomy in the way he was brought up. [12:41]
    VO: Facing this lack of familial stability, TC is looking for landmarks. The teenager finds them in the religion. He is then 14. [12:54]
    RB: I met somebody who really knew Tom and he said: “Did you know he wanted to be a priest?” Nobody had been this far… I think I wanted to get some kind of reaction. I think we may have touched something that he thought about quite seriously. [13:55]
    VO: Tom spent one year in the Cincinnati area, away from his family and his problems. He learned discipline and became very religious.
    TD: He is tormented, asks himself many questions and hopes to find answers in religion, in spirituality. [14:17]
    RB: He wanted to say something, but he did not know exactly how far to go or what he should do. At that time, I understood that Tom was a very religious young man. [14:51]
    VO: But the young actor figured out that he said too much in this interview and informs the journalist about it. [15:00]
    RB: After the interview was over, he said something to me: “It was like I was just on the couch. Wow!” And a couple of days later, his agent, Pat Kingsley, called me and said: “Oh my gosh, Ronna, he said to me it was an incredible interview and I do not want her to interview me again”. [15:29]
    LD: Too young, too naïve, TC regrets quickly his confession. His lack of familial stability, his taste for religion, his frailty and his wounds will not interest producers, but a cult. And a woman will play the go-between. On October 16 1986, in Los Angeles, TC continues his rise to the top. This day, at only 23, he is given his star on Hollywood Boulevard, one of the youngest actors to receive that recognition. [16:04]
    Alain Graset, journalist: He dreamed about it and hoped to receive it someday, but so early was quite a surprise. He was greatly touched by it. [16:13]
    LD: He received his star for Top gun, the story of a jetfighter pilot. A worldwide success. [16:24]
    AM: It was at the top. That movie was at the top this year. [16:28]
    AG: The film was at the top of the box office. When one achieves that, it generates a lot of greed, interest and projects. [16:34]
    LD: TC is now an actor to reckon with in Hollywood. At this moment he has a decisive encounter. He meets an actress, Mimi Rogers. [16:46]
    AM: Mimi and Tom met at a party. They started dating between their various jobs. [17:00]
    JC: Mimi was a popular actress, older than him by a couple of years. [17:06]
    Karen Pressley, ex scientology manager: She is a very talented and determined in her career. [17:11]
    LD: TC falls in love with this motherly and ambitious actress and marries her in the following months. [17:21]
    AM: TC tells himself that he prefers … stars who understand the intensity, the focus, the dedication it takes to be an actor. [17:27]
    LD: For the actor, it is a true love story, but for his new wife, it seems to serve a different purpose. [17:35]
    [The trap lady]
    LD: Mimi Rogers did not seduce TC innocently. She is an actress, but also the follower of a fashionable cult in Hollywood, the church of scientology. [17:51]
    AM: Mimi was recruiting in scientology. She was a high-level auditor. [17:55]
    BH: She lived in scientology all her life. [17:58]
    AM: Her father was one of the founders along LRH. [18:01]
    LD: Mimi’s father and his friend, Ron Hubbard. This former science-fiction writer created in the 50’s a movement called the church of scientology. It intends to help its followers improve their mental capabilities, using a mix of science and religion. [18:20]
    Jean-Pierre Jougla, expert on cults: He tried to create a new form of psychoanalysis. It offers tools to people unhappy in the society to achieve well-being. [18:32]
    AM: LRH was genius. He was one of the first people to sell this type of self mental health help. [18:39]
    LD: Rapidly, the writer became a guru. Centers open around the globe where his theories are taught. [18:48]
    PP: They promess hope and betterment. [18:56]
    LD: Here is one of these centers in Hollywood. The young lady in charge of it at the time is Mimi Rogers. She brings in her husband very early in their wedding. [19:07]
    KP: She set up her own practice specifically to bring celebrities into scientology. This strategy was to get celebrities in so that we can use them as spokesmen and representatives of scientology. [19:24]
    LD: And this strategy has a name, Project celebrity, designed by LRH in the 50’s. Its targets are the biggest stars of the time, among others Orson Welles, Walt Disney and Greta Garbo. [19:38].
    Serge Faubert, journalist: It is a global strategy towards the US movie industry, based on the idea that, through the actors, the general public can be reached and adepts recruited. [19:48]
    Skip Press, screenwriter, ex scientologist: They wanted to totally take over Hollywood. [19:52]
    LD: 30 years later, TC seems to be the perfect target. [19:56]
    PP: He was handsome. He was young. On his way up. He was the perfect score for scientology. [20:04]
    AM: He joined very quietly, first in her small agency. [20:12]
    LD: TC begins to study scientology secretly. And, as requested by it, he must talk to his auditors about his anxieties and fears. [20:25]
    PP: They find something in their life the person is unhappy with. [20:44]
    SF: He gives them all the levers and all the buttons of his psychology, giving the cult control over his life. [20:51]
    LD: Unsurprisingly, scientology has solutions for all TC’s problems. In Mimi Rogers’ agency, TC finds a new family. [21:02]
    JC: “These people became his best friends. He always had 8 people around him, ready to do everything to make his life easier and better. [21:11]
    AM: Tom hates to be alone. He likes to be surrounded by people. Here, you have suddenly smiling people and love bombing him to help him feel good about yourself. [21:22]
    LD: At the time TC starts his training the cult is restructuring itself. Its founder, LRH, just died in an accident (sic), and a young and ambitious adept takes control. His name: DM. [21:44]
    PP: He was recruited by the Sea Org when he was 13 years old. He moved through the ranks to become a Commodore’s messenger. [21:55]
    AM: He took over during a putsch, getting rid of the people nominated to take over by LRH himself. [22:04]
    PP: DM maneuvered to put himself in a position of power. [22:09]
    SF: It is the first time that a cult survives its founder and is led by someone trained – or even created – by the cult. [22:22]
    LD: The new leader is ambitious. He wants the cult back on track after it stopped moving forwards for some years. Following strictly his spiritual father’s orders, he decided to renovate a manor at the heart of Hollywood, the Celebrity Center. It is the most prestigious organization for the stars. At the time, Karen Pressley is its manager. [22:45]
    KP: We specifically renovated the Celebrity Center to make it more beautiful, more luxurious. We specifically created private entrances where celebrities could pull up their cars and enter the building so that the people could not see them coming and going. We would have DM’s staff constantly calling and saying: “Who you next are getting into scientology?” [23:15]
    LD: DM then learns that TC is trained on a regular basis in his spouse’s small agency. [23:27]
    KP: It was the biggest news someone ever read. Everybody get involved and DM stepped in. [23:36]
    AM: They were about to lure in the biggest celebrity in scientology history. [23:42]
    LD: But there is a problem. Mimi Rogers is too close to the cult’s former management. DM does not trust her. [23:51]
    AM: Her father had fallen out of scientology. There was a philosophical and religious schism between the new management and her family. Mimi was seen as a possible enemy. [24:05]
    KP: They definitively wanted her to pack TC out of her agency and to bring him to the Celebrity Center so that he could be controlled. [24:15]
    LD: Mimi Rogers is then slowly put on the side. TC agrees to be trained at the CC, a place more adequate for a star. [24:25]
    AM: They very carefully and very quietly prepared, putting in hundreds of hours, to working out how to involve TC. [24:37]
    LD: For three years, TC is trained in the CC, a period that allows the management to observe him, to shape him and to convince itself of his dedication. One day, DM decides to take another step and to meet TC. [24:55]
    VO: During the summer of 1989, the leader sends an invitation to TC, proposing him to visit the organization’s headquarters, a privilege no other junior adept ever had. [25:12]
    AM: All they do is to say that, for a celebrity, this is the place with better training, the top auditors, the top services and the top facilities. [25:22]
    BH: It is a very very secret place. So having DM inviting TC there is very unusual. Some sort of privilege for TC. [25:34]
    VO: A few weeks later, the actor arrives by helicopter at Hemet, a small city about 100 km south of Los Angeles. He discovers there a secret compound, in the middle of the desert. [25:50]
    [The power den]
    BH: There are about 50 buildings on the property. There is a road that goes through the middle of the property. The management buildings and the management people are on the north side of the highway. On the other side of the highway there is what they call Golden era productions. There they make films and videos for the promotion. [26:22]
    VO: TC is in the middle of a huge property, surrounded by barbed wire and CCTV, where more than a thousand very dedicated adepts work. [26:34]
    MH: It is only comprised of people who signed a contract for a billion years dedicated to scientology. [26:43]
    PP: The have no lie outside of scientology there. All they do is scientology. [26:49]
    VO: DM welcomes TC in person at his arrival. He is surrounded by people in uniforms. They are members of the Sea Org, the management of the cult. [27:03]
    BH: That is where I worked. The Sea Org, a paramilitary organization. Part of the discipline is to wear uniforms. [27:15]
    MH: The entire scientology is run by the Sea Org. [27:19]
    VO: TC then visits the Hemet base. [27:27]
    AM: It was like a royal… red carpet for a VIP. [27:33]
    BH: We had to get everything ready. People would go around inspecting the property to make sure it is clean, the grass is mowed, the bushes are trimmed. [27:43]
    MS: We practiced the day before. Someone would… little demonstration. To give him a good show. [27:55]
    VO: TC discovers that the base also has video production studios. He spends some time there and asks Maureen Smith some questions. [28:07]
    MS: He came… back… engineer… video production crew… [28:21]
    BH: Purpose was to prove… and the succeeded. [28:26]
    MS: … by scientology base. [28:31]
    VO: Impressed… and convinced that this is the place to further his training. From that moment, he flies out of Los Angeles to join DM at Int Base. [28:45]
    MH: When he showed up, landing… helicopter… only one… TC was coming… [28:53]
    KP: He was motorcycling with TC… glider… [28:59]
    PP: DM would make sure to… one of the biggest celebrities in the world… Kept him close. [29:10]
    BH: Sometimes he would stay several weeks in a row… -LA. He was coming and going a lot. [29:19]
    VO: During this period, TC is going on with his career. Mentioning scientology is taboo. His agent, Pat Kingsley, who is with him at any public appearance, clearly forbids it. [29:33]
    JC: Pat … scientology for years. [29:38]
    AM: Pat was really his firewall. [29:41]
    JC: … [29:43]
    VO: TC has two different lives. A public one, with the usual formatted speech of a Hollywood star. A private one, in which he will further his scientology training secretly. [30:00]
  33. Ann O'Nymous Member

    Re: France2 13 juillet Un jour un destin: Tom Cruise

    Super. Merci.
    De mon côté, j'ai atteint mon niveau d'incompétence: je n'arrive pas à me détacher de la voix en français. Vu le nombre de volontaires j'aurai tendance à dire oui. Merci d'avance si tu le fais.
  34. Olrik Member

    Re: France2 13 juillet Un jour un destin: Tom Cruise

    Il y en a un peu partout. Ce serait bien si, une fois les textes fixés, vous m'envoyiez chacun(e) votre partie en PM.
  35. mnql1 Member

    Re: France2 13 juillet Un jour un destin: Tom Cruise

    Pour confirmer: je continue le développement des sous-titres de 12:22 à 30:00.

    À moins d'un imprévu, je livre au plus tard lundi les sous-titres à jour de 00:00 à 50:00.
  36. mnql1 Member

    Re: France2 13 juillet Un jour un destin: Tom Cruise

    Les sous-titres à jour pour 00:00-30:00 et 30:00-50:00 sont affichés dans la discussion en anglais.
  37. Ann O'Nymous Member

    Re: France2 13 juillet Un jour un destin: Tom Cruise

    Merci.
  38. AnonymeFR Member

    Re: France2 13 juillet Un jour un destin: Tom Cruise

    Excellent travail. Merci !
  39. peterstorm Member

    Re: France2 13 juillet Un jour un destin: Tom Cruise

    Gros merci mnql1!
  40. Ann O'Nymous Member

    Re: France2 13 juillet Un jour un destin: Tom Cruise

    Rebelote hier soir:

    Programme TV: Pirates des Caraïbes sur TF1 - - leJDD.fr

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