The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Quotes

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[into his radio]
Times Square Cop: Does anyone have visual on Spider-Man? Does anyone have visual on Spider-Man?
[as Max continues to send blasts of electricity across the square suddenly Peter blasts with him with a fire hose spray which disrupts Max’s powers and sends him down]
Peter Parker: Alright, that’s enough.
[to the firemen helping him]
Peter Parker: Mike. Big John. Nice work, fellas. It was a pleasure doing business with you.
[as Max lies on the ground]
Max Dillon: Spider-Man…
[Peter swings over to Gwen]
Peter Parker: England? Really?
[a car explodes behind Peter as they look at each other in silence, then Peter sighs, turns and walks away]
Gwen Stacy: Good talk.


[as Peter goes home to get out of his suit he notices his dad’s briefcase in his closet, he throws his suit over it and goes to lie down in bed and watches the news]
NY1 News Anchor: Our coverage of this breaking story begins with New York 1 Jessica Abo, at the scene.
NY1 Reporter: That’s right, we’re standing here with two eyewitnesses, who are going to tell what they just saw.
[turning to the two eyewitnesses]
NY1 Reporter: So tell us, how do think Spider-Man did it? How do you think he beat this creature?
Times Square Bystander: Yeah, it’s got to be rubberized, Spidey’s suit, that…that’s why he didn’t get electrocuted. Probably some kind of neoprene, that’s what I’d use, honestly.
[Peter takes his phone out and looks at a photo of himself and Gwen, he throws it aside in frustration]
NY1 Reporter: Okay, well, thank you very much to the two of you. As you can tell, so many questions remain unanswered. But we will bring you the latest information as it becomes available. For now, Jessica Abo for New York 1…
[Peter looks at his busted web shooter then throws that back on the table, he lies down to listen to some music but becomes restless and instead takes his dad’s briefcase out, empties the contents and sees the word “Roosevelt” on a notepad and starts to research the word on the internet, he then sticks up all the clippings he has on his parents on his wall and includes the photo of himself with Gwen and under it he’s written “Do I have to lose you too????”]


[Harry is sitting in his office listening to news coverage as he fiddles with the drive his father left him]
NY1 News Anchor: Online polls show a sudden uptick in public sentiment in favor of the web-crawler. Tonight it would seem New York City owes him a debt of gratitude.
[Harry feels an itch on his neck and as he reaches to scratch it, the drive pricks his finger, he drops it onto the desk and suddenly initiates the desktop display and Harry begins to access the information on the drive about a secret battle armor]
Kari: Next generation of military body armor. Features include, enhanced mobility, battlefield injury repair, direct nervous system interface.
[he then finds footage of Richard Parker with Norman Osborn explaining their research]
Richard Parker: So the common household spider, uh…unlike human cells, there’s a containment power to self heal, from severe infection, tissue damage, etc. We’ve used a radioactive isotope with compatible human DNA.


[we see Peter trying to repair his web shooter by watching YouTube videos]
Dr. Jallings: Welcome to, Dr. Jallings Science Investigator. Today we’re going to be talking about… electricity! Batteries, insulators, electromagnetic currents. Batteries can withstand a lot of incoming charges. The more powerful the battery, the bigger the charge it can withstand. But if the incoming charge exceeds the outgoing charge, the battery might explode! Explode! Boom!
[just at that moment as Peter is experimenting on his web shooter it explodes]
Dr. Jallings: When doing experiments like this, always wear protective gear. You’re not invincible.
Peter Parker: We’re gonna need a bigger battery.
[we see Peter experimenting using different size batteries and wearing scuba diving gear for protection, the last experiment he does using a large battery causes a fire which he has to put out using a fire extinguisher]


[the next morning Peter’s phone rings, he uses his web shooter to retrieve it but instead grabs a spanner and hits himself in the head, then he uses his web shooter again to get the phone]
Peter Parker: Hello?
Harry Osborn: Pete, its me.
Peter Parker: Hi, Harry. What…what time is it?
Harry Osborn: Uh…late, early. I don’t know, I’ve been up all night. I need to see you.
Peter Parker: You alright?
Harry Osborn: Not really, Pete. I’m dying, but I think you can help save my life.


[in Harry’s office, Peter and Harry are watching the footage of Richard Parter and Norman Osborn explaining their spider research]
Norman Osborn: You’re looking at the world’s first Human-Spider hybrids.
Richard Parker: And the hope is to extract the venom from their glands and turn that into a cure. An agent that heals diseased cells.
Norman Osborn: And if I can be cured, imagine what this could do for other diseases like Alzheimer’s, even cancer.
[Harry stops the footage]
Harry Osborn: They never made it to human trials. It’s fourteen years of research and nothing to show for it. Except maybe this.
[he throws the newspaper down on the desk which shows photo of Spider-Man on the front page]
Harry Osborn: Spider-Man.
Peter Parker: What about him?
Harry Osborn: He was bitten by one of those things and it worked! I don’t know how, and I don’t know why, but he can do everything else a spider can, including self heal. I need to find him. I need his blood.
[at the same time Gwen starts looking through OsCorp files to find Max Dillon as she thinks that he’s the creature that attacked the city]


Peter Parker: You…Spider-Man’s blood?
Harry Osborn: It’ll save my life.
Peter Parker: It may not, Harry. It may not be that simple. You saw what happened to Curt Connors, right?
Harry Osborn: Connors was weak. This is me, Peter.
Peter Parker: I don’t think you can just set up a vein and have him donate. I mean, sure he’s sensitive about…
Harry Osborn: Sensitive…sensitive…
Peter Parker: About people shoving needles and…and…
Harry Osborn: Alright. Okay, well then maybe you could just sensitively tell me where he is and I will go ask him myself.
Peter Parker: What?
Harry Osborn: You took his picture, so you know him.
Peter Parker: Harry, I took a picture from a long way away, I used a long lens. I don’t know him.
Harry Osborn: I put together what you said at the river.
Peter Parker: What did I…?
Harry Osborn: About how he gives people hope. Come on.
[we see the man that was following Harry and Peter earlier becoming aware that someone has accessed the OsCorp central server to find information on Max, then it cuts to Gwen who finds the system has no information on Max and her search suddenly becomes blocked]


[back to Harry and Peter]
Harry Osborn: Just say yes.
[conflicted, Peter rises from his seat and turns away from Harry which makes Harry angry]
Harry Osborn: Don’t turn your back on me! I do not want to end up like my father, Peter. Please. Peter, please. I can’t.
[looking distraught, Harry embraces Peter]
Harry Osborn: Please.
Peter Parker: I’m gonna try and find Spider-Man.
[Peter then turns and leaves]


[as Gwen continues her research on Max suddenly OsCorp security shows up with the man in the black suit]
OsCorp Employee Male: What’s security doing over here?
OsCorp Employee Female: That’s so weird.
[Gwen turns to look at and sees them looking at her, she quickly gets up from her desk and starts to leave but the man in the black suit follows her]
Man in Black Suit: Hey! Miss Stacy!
[as Gwen is trying to quickly get away from security she suddenly trips and bumps into Peter who’s leaving from his meeting with Harry]
Gwen Stacy: Hi.
Peter Parker: Hi.
Gwen Stacy: What are you doing here?
Peter Parker: What are you doing here?
[she grabs his hand and takes him into a maintenance room to hide, she watches the man in black suit through the door panel]
Man in Black Suit: She’s not here. check another floor!
OsCorp Security Guard: Yes, sir!


[as they’re hiding in the maintenance room]
Peter Parker: You’re in trouble?
Gwen Stacy: Yeah.
Peter Parker: Who’s that guy?
Gwen Stacy: There was an accident in the genomics lab and they’re covering it up. And I found out that guy from Times Square last night, I met him. He was an electrical engineer in the building, and he loved Spider-Man, by the way. He was like a fanatic.
Peter Parker: I didn’t get a love vibe last night, I got more of a wanting him to kill me with his electricity vibe.
Gwen Stacy: That’s actually kind of what it’s like to love you. I was searching for him on the computer and all the files is erased, he’s completely erased.
Peter Parker: That’s OsCorp.
Gwen Stacy: And what about you? Why are you here?
Peter Parker: Harry.
Gwen Stacy: Osborn?
Peter Parker: He’s dying.
Gwen Stacy: What do you mean?
Peter Parker: He’s dying. And he thinks the only thing that’s gonna save his life is my blood, is Spider-Man’s blood. And as far as I know if I give it to him, it could kill him.
Gwen Stacy: Or something worse.
Peter Parker: Yeah.


Peter Parker: This is the maintenance closet.
[Gwen is distracted looking through the door panel]
Peter Parker: Gwen? The most clichéd hiding place you could have chosen. This is the…this is the stupidest hiding place.
Gwen Stacy: I’m sorry…I didn’t take us to the Bahamas of hiding places.
Peter Parker: Listen…listen, I gotta talk to you about England I guess, because I don’t…
[he kisses Gwen]
Gwen Stacy: You just kissed me.
Peter Parker: I know. I’m sorry, I couldn’t help it. How did you like it?
Gwen Stacy: It felt a little bit rushed.
Peter Parker: I know. I know, I know. This the plan, to get to the elevator I’m gonna distract them. Okay?
Gwen Stacy: Okay.
Peter Parker: Okay.


[Peter and Gwen exit the maintenance room, Gwen heads to the elevator with Peter following behind her, Peter then uses his web shooter to grab a cup of coffee from the nearby trolley, he waits as the man in black suit comes round the corner and bumps into him dropping the coffee all over him]
Man in Black Suit: Goddammit!
Peter Parker: I’m sorry. I just spilled coffee all over you.
[Peter drops to his knees to wipe the coffee and manages to trip one of the security guards coming up behind him then as he stands he throws the rest of the coffee onto the second security guard]
Peter Parker: I didn’t do that! Oh, and you too!
[he then forces the man in black suit’s jacket down his arms as he sees Gwen by the elevator]
Man in Black Suit: Stay right there! Stay right there!
[Gwen enters the elevator as Peter continues to take the man in black suit’s jacket off]
Peter Parker: Wait, wait, wait, wait! Wait!
[the security guards go after Gwen but they are too late as the elevator doors close]
OsCorp Security Guard: Hey! Stop!
[Peter then taps the man in black suit hard on the back making him fall as he’s also tied his shoe laces together]
Peter Parker: Alright! On your way.
[Peter turns and walks off]
Peter Parker: I’m sorry, I’m all thumbs today!


[as Gwen is catching her breath in the elevator she hears Harry behind her]
Harry Osborn: Gwen Stacy.
[Gwen jumps in fear as she turns to see who it is]
Gwen Stacy: Oh, my God! I’m sorry.
Harry Osborn: Sorry.
Gwen Stacy: It’s okay.
Harry Osborn: Uh…I’m Harry.
Gwen Stacy: Yeah.
Harry Osborn: I’m an old friend of Peter’s.
Gwen Stacy: Yeah, I know who you are. Sorry. I was kind of…rushing.
Harry Osborn: No, I’m uh…I’m sorry he never introduced us, I thought you two had broken up.
Gwen Stacy: Oh, yeah. Yes. We had…it’s…
Harry Osborn: It’s complicated.
Gwen Stacy: Complicated, yeah.
Harry Osborn: I mean, it’s Peter. Everything’s always complicated with Peter.
Gwen Stacy: Yeah. Yeah, it’s…yeah, you’re right.
Harry Osborn: But that’s why he needs you. Right? To help him make his choices clear.
[just then the elevator reaches it’s destination]
Gwen Stacy: Nice to meet you, Harry.
Harry Osborn: Yes, it’s such a pleasure.
[Harry watches as Gwen walks out of the elevator]


[we see Max is being kept at Ravencroft Institute for the criminally insane where he’s been strapped to a device and brought to Dr. Ashley Kafka with Menken watching in the background]
Dr. Ashley Kafka: You’ve been in a terrible accident. I’m Dr. Kafka, I’m here to help you.
Max Dillon: Of course you are, Doc. That’s why you’re preparing military grade Biostim electrodes. High intensity capacitors, the kind they make at OsCorp. All of this because you’re trying to help me.
Dr. Ashley Kafka: You are correct. I’m here to study you, to understand what you are, why you are. And I will get results.
[Kafka uses the electrodes on Max causing him pain]
Dr. Ashley Kafka: I always do.
Max Dillon: You do realize you’ve locked me in a prison that runs on electricity.
[Kafka chuckles and nods his head]
Max Dillon: I can feel it in the walls, I can feel it in my veins. No matter what you do, Doc, you can’t contain it. It’s a force of nature. Like me.
[Kafka laughs as he electrodes on Max with a higher intensity]


Max Dillon: You want to know how powerful I am?
Dr. Ashley Kafka: Yeah!
Max Dillon: Well so do I!
[Kafka continues to increase the electrode intensity on Max to test his power]
Dr. Ashley Kafka: Good! Good!
Max Dillon: I’m dying to know. But, Doc, you better make damned sure you kill me this time. Because if you don’t, I’m gonna kill the light so everyone in this city is gonna know how it feels to live in my world. A world without power, a world without mercy, a world without Spider-Man. And everyone will able to see me for what I truly am.
Dr. Ashley Kafka: And who are you?
Max Dillon: Don’t you know? I’m Electro.
[suddenly electricity shoots out of his body cracking Kafka’s glasses]
Computer: Warning. Electrical capacity has been reached. Initiate lockdown procedure immediately.
Dr. Ashley Kafka: Very impressive, Electro.
Computer: Lockdown initiated.
[Max’s is then lowered into water to disrupt his power]


[Aunt May is sitting in Peter’s room looking at the wall of information he’s created about his missing parents]
Peter Parker: Aunt May?
[Peter enters his room]
Peter Parker: What are you doing?
Aunt May: When did you do this?
[Peter pauses before replying]
Peter Parker: There’s something you’re not telling me, Aunt May. Every time I mention my parents your eyes go down. I know that you’re not telling me something, you lie to me. I know you love me…
Aunt May: I don’t know…
Peter Parker: I know you love me, but you do. Aunt May…Aunt May. You have to tell me, Aunt May. It’s my father.
Aunt May: Yes, he was your father, but that didn’t seem to stop him from leaving you…here.
Peter Parker: I need the truth.


Aunt May: The truth is your parents left you here, on our door-step. And you were this little boy whose whole world was turned upside down with no explanation. We did the best we could, your Uncle Ben and I. I mean, who else was gonna care for you and protect you and worry about you? Your father? No. I was the one who wiped your nose and made you brush your teeth and do your homework and washed your dirty underwear. Me! Your stupid, non-scientific aunt, who doesn’t know how to make ends meet, who has to take nursing classes with twenty-two year old kids so I can pay for you to go to college. And I don’t know how to do this without Ben! I don’t know how! And…and you’re dreaming about your perfect father, who was never here. No! No, I won’t tell you. You’re my boy. As far as I’m concerned, you’re my boy, and I won’t hurt you
[Peter kneels in front of her]
Peter Parker: I’m your boy, you’re my everything. You’re enough, you’re more than enough. That’s not what this is about. Don’t get that twisted. I love you so much.
Aunt May: I know.
[Aunt May begins to cry and Peter tries to comfort her]
Peter Parker: It’s okay. It’s okay.


Peter Parker: Aunt May, I need to know.
Aunt May: Alright. I’ll tell you everything I know. But it will hurt you.
Peter Parker: Okay.
Aunt May: A few days after the funeral two government men came to see us. They said, the genetic research that your father was doing with Norman Osborn was very valuable and that people would pay a lot for it, and that’s why he ran off with it. They said he was a traitor. I couldn’t believe it, Peter. They told us he betrayed his best friend, all of us, for the money.
Peter Parker: I don’t…I don’t get it. No. This doesn’t make sense.
Aunt May: Yes, I know. I know, I didn’t believe it either. I didn’t believe it…
Peter Parker: This doesn’t make any sense.
Aunt May: Peter, I don’t know. For so long I would play it over and over and over in my head, what had I missed? What had I missed? He was just this normal unassuming guy. He wore the same ratty lab coat for twenty years, he took the D train to work at seven every morning, came home at six every night. I don’t know. Maybe everyone has a part of themselves they hide. Even from the people they love.
[Peter turns away from her]
Aunt May: Peter. Peter.
[Peter stares ahead with tears in his eyes]


Peter Parker: Mr. Osborn.
[Harry who’s been sleeping on the couch wakes]
Peter Parker: Look up.
[Harry looks up and sees Peter in his Spider-Man suit as he glides down on his web from the ceiling]
Peter Parker: I think you’re looking for me.
[Harry smiles as he watches Spider-Man take a seat]
Harry Osborn: I cannot believe my eyes. Spider-Man.
[Harry gets up and goes to sit in the next seat to Spider-Man]
Harry Osborn: Just the man I wanted to see. You uh…talked to Peter?
Peter Parker: Yep. I want to help you, Mr. Osborn. I really, really do. I can’t give you my blood, not right now.
[Harry looks visibly shocked and upset]
Harry Osborn: Excuse me?
Peter Parker: It’s too dangerous. If our blood is incompatible you could die.
Harry Osborn: I’m already dying. Your blood can’t make me die more.
Peter Parker: But it could do something worse.


Harry Osborn: Okay. Alright, how much?
Peter Parker: How much what?
Harry Osborn: How much do you want? You name it, you want a boat? You want a plane? You want money? How much do you want?
Peter Parker: I don’t want your money.
Harry Osborn: Come on, everybody wants my money!
Peter Parker: I don’t.
Harry Osborn: I thought… I thought you were supposed to save people. I thought that’s what you do, is you save people’s lives. You’re just…you’re just gonna let me die.
Peter Parker: I’m trying to protect you right now.
Harry Osborn: No. No, you are not. You’re trying to protect yourself.
Peter Parker: Look, we just need a bit more time to figure out something else.
Harry Osborn: I do not have time!
[suddenly Harry throws his glass of drink, it smashes against the wall and a shard of broken glass hits Harry in the face making him wince in pain]
Peter Parker: I’m sorry.
[Peter jumps onto the window and leaves]
Harry Osborn: You’re a fraud, Spider-Man!
[we see Peter holding onto the wall next to the window as he listens to Harry smashing things and crying in frustration before he leaps away]


[as Gwen is heading into the building for her scholarship interview Peter suddenly jumps in and calls out to her]
Peter Parker: Hey!
Gwen Stacy: Hi!
Peter Parker: Hi, I gotta talk to you for a second.
Gwen Stacy: I’m…I’m running late right now.
Peter Parker: Well, no, no, no. This is just gonna take a second.
[Gwen turns and enters the building]
Gwen Stacy: I’m sorry. I’m sorry.
Peter Parker: Okay, babe. Okay, babe.
Gwen Stacy: I’m sorry. I’m sorry.
[Gwen walks down the foyer and Peter quickly follows after her and stops her]
Peter Parker: No, no, no! Just give me a minute! Just give me a minute! I just want to say one thing. I just want to say one thing and then I’m gone. Everything’s a mess.
Gwen Stacy: Ssh!
Peter Parker: Everything’s a mess.
Gwen Stacy: Ssh!


Peter Parker: My Dad, my Mom, everything I thought about them, lies! Ha! Lies, lies, lies, lies! And that doesn’t…that doesn’t make any sense any more. So here we are and I gotta figure out what I’m gonna do with Harry, because of course I want to save him, you know? I want to save him because he’s my best pal. And what…what if…what if my blood works? But what if it doesn’t? I don’t know! I got no idea!
[Peter starts laughing hysterically]
Gwen Stacy: Oh, God.
Peter Parker: I got nothing. I got nothing. The only thing I keep coming back to, Gwen, is…
British Desk Attendant: Miss Stacy, shall I take you upstairs?
Gwen Stacy: Yes, I’m so sorry. I’m so sorry. I’m…I’m already late. Can I just have one more minute?
British Desk Attendant: Okay.
Gwen Stacy: Thank you. I’m sorry.
[she looks at Peter]
Gwen Stacy: Um…
[Peter whispers]
Peter Parker: Where are we?
Gwen Stacy: I have to…I’m at my last interview for Oxford. Right now.
Peter Parker: Oxford? I had no…
Gwen Stacy: Yeah.
Peter Parker: Um…okay, well.


[Peter looks a the desk attendant]
Peter Parker: I’m sorry to bother you.
Gwen Stacy: What?
Peter Parker: Uh, my fair lady, but um, Madame, but um…uh, who am I? I mean, who am I? I’m John Hopkins.
Gwen Stacy: What?
Peter Parker: I’m…I’m one of the young professors at Harvard and I’ve been trying to get her to be in my…be a part of my team for a while now. And she’s just the best person I know and a scientific genius.
Gwen Stacy: Okay.
Peter Parker: And, anyway, God save the Queen, and I’m sorry about everything happening right…
[looking really embarrassed Peter turns to leave]
Gwen Stacy: Peter, can you just wait for one second?


[Gwen goes after Peter]
Gwen Stacy: Peter. Peter! What do you want to say to me? What’s the one thing?
[Peter turns and looks at her but doesn’t reply]
Gwen Stacy: I have to go to England, Peter. It’s important to me. I mean, I don’t know, maybe we’re just…maybe we’re on different paths right now. You know? I don’t know. Maybe we’re just going different ways. I don’t know, I gotta go. I gotta go.
[she turns and starts walking away]
Peter Parker: Gwen.
[she turns to look at Peter]
Peter Parker: Good luck.
[Gwen smiles, turns and walks towards the desk attendant]
Gwen Stacy: Hi. Sorry.
[Peter watches Gwen as she follows the desk attendant to her interview]


[back in his room, Peter takes out his anger and frustration by tearing off the information he’d stuck to his wall about his parent, he then picks up his dad’s calculator and throws it against the wall, as it breaks subway tokens fall down from inside it, Peter picks them up and thinks back to what Aunt May told him]
Aunt May: He took a D train every morning at seven, came home at six o’clock every evening.
[Peter then starts looking up Roosevelt station on the internet and find an article about it, he reads it out loud to himself]
Peter Parker: “Roosevelt Secret Station: Track 61, a secret subterranean extension of New York’s D line train under Pershing Square was originally built to transport President Franklin Roosevelt away from the public eye to keep his Polio hidden from the America people.”
[Peter looks down at the subway tokens in his hands thoughtfully]


[at OsCorp Felicia walks towards Harry who is pouring himself drink]
Felicia: Mr Osborn, you alright? Is there anything I can get you or…?
Harry Osborn: Uh…not unless you can bring those spiders back to life.
Felicia: Spiders?
Harry Osborn: The ones that they destroyed. To…to restore investors confidence. Go home, Felicia. Take the day off.
Felicia: Harry, I think there may be another way to get what you’re looking for. I overheard Menken talking with one of our security heads. Before they destroyed the spiders they had the venom extracted.
Harry Osborn: Uh…what? What are you saying?
Felicia: That way they could comply with the lawsuits but still keep the data in case it ever became useful.
Harry Osborn: Where is it?
Felicia: Somewhere in the building, somewhere off books called “Special Projects”.


[Harry starts looking up Special Projects on the computer]
Kari: Special Projects. Most recent entry: one hour ago.
Harry Osborn: “Approved by Harry Osborn.”
Kari: Access Ravencroft archive.
[Harry looks through the file and finds the footage of Max when he had his accident]
Kari: File seven-one-three.
Harry Osborn: What the hell?
[Harry then finds another footage of Max after his accident being tested on by Kafka]
Kari: File seven-one. Subject: Dillon, Max.
Max Dillon: And I’m gonna kill the light so everyone in this city is gonna know how it feels to live in my world. A world without power, a world without Spider-Man.
Kari: Warning. Your user access has been revoked.


[the man in the black suit with Menken and two security guards enter Harry’s office]
Felicia: You can’t go in there, he’s busy.
[they ignore her and walk in]
Harry Osborn: What did you do?
Donald Menken: The more relevant question is what did you do? An employee is killed, and in your first action as CEO you cover it up.
Harry Osborn: No, you covered it up! And then you buried him in the madhouse using my name.
Donald Menken: Ravencroft is a time-worn institution devoted to mental improvement.
Harry Osborn: You are experimenting on people in there!
[Harry goes to walk towards Menken but the two security guards hold him back]
Donald Menken: Progress has its stepping stones. Now, in light of your deceptive criminal actions, you’ve been…how do I put this gently? Fired.
Harry Osborn: You are not going to bury me too.
Donald Menken: Looks to me like you’re half way in the ground already. It’s only a matter of time. You’re going to die a horrible death, like your father. The difference is, no one is going to miss you.
Harry Osborn: Harry goes to attack him in anger but the guards take hold of him
Donald Menken: Get him out!
Harry Osborn: Wait! Wait!
[Harry stops struggling and looks coldly at Menken with a smile]
Harry Osborn: I know my way home.
[the guards let Harry go and Menken watches as Harry walks out]


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