Hello. My name's Forrest Forrest Gump.
你好 我叫福雷斯 福雷斯·甘
Do you want a chocolate?
I could eat about a million and a half of these.
My mama always said
Life was like a box of chocolates.
You never know what you're going to get.
Those must be comfortable shoes.
I bet you could walk all day in shoes like that
and not feel a thing.
I wish I had shoes like that.
Mama always said there's an awful lot
you can tell about a person by their shoes.
Where they're going,
where they've been.
I've worn lots of shoes.
I bet if I think about it real hard
I could remember my first pair of shoes.
Mama said they'd take me anywhere.
She said they was my magic shoes.
All right, Forrest, Open your eyes now.
好的 福雷斯 张开双眼
Let's take a little walk around.
His legs are strong, Mrs. Gump,
as strong as I've ever seen.
But his back's as crooked as a politician.
But we're going to straighten him right up, aren't we, Forrest?
Now, when I was a baby,
Mama named me after the great Civil War hero
General Nathan Bedford Forrest.
General Nathan Bedford Forrest.
She said we was related to him in some way.
What he did was,
he tarted up this club called the Ku Klux Klan.
They'd all dress up in their robes and their bed sheets
and act like a bunch of ghosts or spooks or something.
They'd even put bed sheets on their horses and ride around.
And, anyway, that'show I got my name... Forrest Gump.
Mama said the Forrest part was to remind me
that sometimes we all do things that, well,
that just don't make no sense.
What are y'all staring at?
Haven't you ever seen
a little boy with braces on his legs before?
Don't ever let anybody
tell you they're better than you, Forrest.
If God intended everybody to be the same,
he'd have given us all braces on our legs.
Mama always had a way of explaining things so I could understand them.
We lived about a quarter mile off Route 17,
about a half mile from the town of Greenbow, Alabama.
That's in the county of Greenbow.
Our house had been in Mama's family
since her grandpa's grandpa's grandpa
had come across the ocean about a thousand years ago.
Since it was just me and Mama
and we had all these empty rooms,
Mama decided to let those rooms out,
mostly to people passing through,
Like from, oh, Mobile, Montgomery, places like that.
That's how me and Mama got money.
Mama was a real smart lady.
Remember what I told you, Forrest.
You're no different than anybody else is.
Did you hear what I said, Forrest?
You're the same as everybody else.
You are no different.
Your boy's... different, Mrs. Gump.
Well, we're all different,
She wanted me to have the finest education
so she to ok me to the Greenbow County Central School.
I met the principal and all.
I want to show you something, Mrs. Gump.
Now, this is normal.
Forrest is right here.
The state require s a minimum I. Q of 80
to attend public school.
he's going to have to go to a special school.
Now, he'll be just fine.
What does normal mean anyway?
a bit on the slow side,
but my boy Forrest
is going to get the same opportunities as everyone else.
He's not going to some special school
to learn how to retread tires.
We're talking about five little points here.
There must be something can be done.
We're a progressive school system.
We don't want to see anybody left behind.
Is there a Mr. Gump, Mrs. Gump?
Well, your mama sure does care about your schooling, son.
You don't say much, do you?
Finally, he had to try.