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  • Have you ever seen someone die?

    你有看過人死掉嗎?

  • There was this party and some people drove by and shot up this area.

    當時我在某一場派對,有人開車經過,開槍掃射這個區域。

  • And one of my friends got shot in the stomach.

    我一個朋友被射中胃部。

  • And as everybody's running by, she's yelling "I don't want to die, I don't want to die."

    在大家倉皇逃命的時候,她不斷地喊著:「我不想死,我不想死。」

  • And she dies.

    但她還是死了。

  • So, yeah kind of.

    所以,應該算是看過。

  • [We asked 100 people if they've ever seen someone die.]

    [我們問了一百人,是否看過人死掉。]

  • Have you ever seen someone die?

    你有看過人死掉嗎?

  • Have I ever seen somebody die?

    我有看過人死掉嗎...?

  • Like the active dying, like?

    你是說,死掉的過程嗎?

  • Yeah.

    對。

  • No.

    沒有。

  • Why are you asking this?

    為什麼要問這個?

  • It's people talking about what it looks like for someone to die.

    就是讓人們來聊聊死亡。

  • -But if you're not comfortable... -No.

    -但如果妳覺得不舒服... -對!

  • Have you ever seen someone die?

    你有看過人死掉嗎?

  • I have not.

    沒有。

  • You've never seen someone die?

    你從未看過人死掉嗎?

  • No.

    沒有。

  • I have not seen someone die.

    我沒看過任何人死掉。

  • Seen a dead body?

    看過屍體嗎?

  • No.

    沒。

  • I've never even been to a funeral.

    我連葬禮都沒參加過。

  • I don't know how I'd feel, I'd probably be in shock first and probably call an ambulance, right?

    我不知道我會怎麼反應,可能一開始會嚇到,然後應該會叫救護車,對吧?

  • Have you ever seen someone die?

    你有看過別人死掉嗎?

  • I'm trying to...what is this, what's the cops'...what's going on?

    我嘗試...這是怎樣,你們是條子嗎,發生了什麼事?

  • I'm gonna say no comment at this time.

    我這次的回答是不予置評。

  • Have you ever seen someone die?

    你有看過別人死掉嗎?

  • -No. -Never.

    -沒有。 -從來沒有。

  • I haven't seen anyone die.

    我從來沒有看過人死掉。

  • Not in real life, no.

    在現實生活中沒有。

  • Are you curious?

    你會好奇嗎?

  • Oh yeah.

    當然。

  • I was a protest kid, looking at a lot of videos of people dying.

    我之前是個叛逆的小孩,看過很多人們死掉的影片。

  • There was a DVD that went around and it was just a compilation video of people dying.

    有張 DVD 在我們之間傳來傳去,裡面是很多不同人死掉的影片。

  • Have you ever seen someone die?

    你有看過別人死掉嗎?

  • No.

    沒有。

  • Have you ever seen a dead body?

    你有看過屍體嗎?

  • Only animals.

    只看過動物的。

  • I did have to put down my cat.

    我曾經幫我的貓安樂死。

  • It was horrible.

    感覺糟透了。

  • I don't do well with death.

    我不喜歡面對死亡。

  • Have you seen someone die?

    你有看過別人死掉嗎?

  • I have not seen anyone die, I have seen a dead body in, like, an open casket.

    我沒看過別人死掉,我只有看過棺材裡的遺體。

  • Dead bodies are scary.

    屍體很可怕。

  • It's almost like they're not real.

    看起來幾乎像是假的。

  • I never wanna see one again.

    我不想再看到。

  • My grandfather's funeral, there was an open casket.

    在我爺爺的葬禮上,棺材是開著的。

  • He didn't look like himself.

    他看起來不像他自己。

  • -Very skinny. - His jaw was stuck open.

    -非常瘦。 - 他的下巴張得很開。

  • It did not look peaceful.

    看起來並不祥和。

  • It was weird.

    怪怪的。

  • My dad's dad passed away when I was a freshman in college.

    我爺爺在我大一的時候過世。

  • My twin brother and I were up at the casket and I was sobbing.

    我和我的雙胞胎弟弟站在棺材前,我當時哭得很慘。

  • Did it feel like closure?

    感覺像是一個結束?

  • To be honest, I don't even think I have closure now.

    老實說,直到現在我都不覺得我釋懷了。

  • Did it make you reflect on your own mortality?

    那有讓你思考自己未來的死亡嗎?

  • Oh sure, but I think about that daily.

    當然,但我其實每天都會思考。

  • Have you ever seen someone die?

    你有看過別人死掉嗎?

  • Yeah, this cat who was, like, just walking down the street.

    有,一隻貓在街上走。

  • He had a seizure, he froze up, he fell.

    牠癲癇突然發作,牠先僵住,然後倒下。

  • He smacked his head really hard on the ground and then he like, stopped breathing, he was laying there, he was dead.

    牠的頭重重地撞在地上,然後就停止呼吸,躺在那,死了。

  • And then this guy came and gave him CPR and then he went... came back to life.

    然後有一個人過來幫牠做 CPR,然後他...又活過來了。

  • And then we went and got pancakes.

    然後我們就去吃鬆餅。

  • I'm being deadass, yo.

    我是認真的啦!

  • Have you ever seen someone die?

    你有看過別人死掉?

  • I saw a guy just get hit by a car.

    我看到一個人被車撞。

  • It was like a white truck flipped over.

    就像一輛白色貨車翻車。

  • So I could just see, like, their shoulders and their head slumped over the wheel.

    我可以看到他們的肩膀與頭攤在方向盤上。

  • And there was like pieces of brains on the freeway.

    然後腦漿噴灑在高速公路上。

  • Have you ever seen someone die?

    你有看過別人死掉嗎?

  • Yes.

    有。

  • I grew up where gang violence was actually really heavy.

    我是在幫派活動非常多的地方長大的。

  • I'm from Detroit, I've seen a couple people on the sidewalk dead.

    我來自底特律,我看過蠻多人死在街上。

  • Like shot to death.

    被射死的。

  • I did watch someone get stabbed.

    我看過有人被捅。

  • The paramedics came and they just put a tarp over him with his feet just sticking out.

    醫護員抵達後,他們就直接用布蓋著他,他的腳裸露在外。

  • Have you ever seen someone die?

    你有看過別人死掉?

  • Yes.

    有。

  • It was, like, my birthday, I was sitting in my car, smoking a little joint to myself.

    當天是我生日,我在車裡,小抽大麻。

  • Then, the gentlemen, there's two of them, they come out and they're arguing.

    然後兩個男人走出來,他們在爭吵。

  • And then one of them just pulled out a gun and shot him.

    其中一個就拔槍射另外一個。

  • Have you ever seen someone die?

    你有看過別人死掉嗎?

  • I actually have seen somebody die.

    我還真的有看過。

  • One of my best friends and I were doing the church service in the morning, it was actually as we were, like, getting up to sing "Amazing Grace," someone in the audience died.

    當時我跟我其中一個最好的朋友在教堂做禮拜,其實就是在我們要開始唱《奇異恩典》的時候,觀眾席中某個人就死了。

  • Have you ever seen someone die?

    你有看過別人死掉嗎?

  • Well I'm a nurse, so yes.

    我是護士,所以當然有。

  • When you're in the medical profession, people don't always die fast.

    當你的職業是醫護相關,其實人們不會馬上死去。

  • Their breathing changes and I mean it can go on for hours, some people days.

    他們的呼吸會不斷地變化,有些人能撐上幾個小時,甚至好幾天。

  • I used to work like many CNAs with older population, Geriatrics.

    我之前當註冊護士助理時,負責年紀較大的人。

  • The first woman I ever saw die, she had two sons, they were called when she was on her death bed and nobody came.

    我親眼看到過世的第一個女性有兩個兒子,在她臨終他們接到通知電話,但卻沒有出現。

  • And it was really just surreal for me because I never thought that there were actually people out there that didn't have somebody that would want to be with them when they died.

    這真的很不真實,我沒想到會有人在死前,沒有人來陪伴。

  • Have you ever seen someone die?

    你有看過別人死掉嗎?

  • Yes, when I was 17.

    有,當時我 17 歲。

  • I was at a sporting event and there was an accident.

    我當時在看運動比賽,然後意外發生了。

  • Some debris flew into the crowd and the child sitting near me was decapitated and died.

    某些瓦礫飛到觀眾席,一個坐在我附近的小孩被斬首身亡。

  • It was very very difficult, I'm sure, for his family, but as someone who was in the area that was really difficult for me to work through what mortality means at such a young age.

    我相信對他的家人而言一定很難熬,但對在場的我而言也很難熬,年紀這麼小就得面對死亡的意義。

  • Have you ever seen someone die?

    你看過別人死掉嗎?

  • Yeah, we're in like a hospice room, he doesn't look like my grandfather anymore.

    有,當時在一個收容室,他看起來已經不像我爺爺了。

  • What'd he look like when you saw him?

    你看到的時候,他是什麼樣子?

  • Really pale.

    非常蒼白。

  • It's like a yellow tint takes over.

    感覺整個膚色都變黃了。

  • There was like no warmth, that's something that stays with me.

    感覺就是毫無溫度,感覺有東西留在我身體裡。

  • It was a very sad moment.

    那是個很悲傷的時刻。

  • Everyone there showing their emotions and stuff.

    每個人都流露他們的情緒。

  • My grandma, who has been with him exclusively since she was like fucking 13 said "I love you, Bob."

    我奶奶,從 13 歲起吧,就專情地和他在一起,她說:「我愛你,Bob」。

  • And my aunt was like "Oh, he said 'I love you' back".

    然後我阿姨就這樣「噢,他說『我也愛你』」。

  • And he fucking didn't, he actually just had green shit come out of his mouth 'cause that's death.

    他才沒這樣說,只有綠色的液體從他嘴裡流出來,因為他死了。

  • It's not romantic.

    不是什麼浪漫的事。

  • Have you ever seen someone die?

    你看過別人死掉嗎?

  • Yeah.

    有。

  • It was my grandmother.

    是我奶奶。

  • -Just died of a fever. -Heart attack.

    -發燒死了。 -心臟病。

  • -ALS. -Diabetes.

    -漸凍症。 -糖尿病。

  • -Throat cancer. -Coma.

    -咽喉癌。 -昏迷。

  • They pulled the plug and we all sat there watched her take her last breath.

    他們把維生器拔掉,我們就坐在那看她嚥下最後一口氣。

  • It's sad when you see life fading out of a person.

    看一個人性命慢慢消逝還蠻悲傷的。

  • Did you stay there a while?

    你有留在那嗎?

  • Uh no, we left pretty quickly.

    沒,我們很快就離開了。

  • It was just such a slow death.

    很緩慢的死亡過程。

  • When she passed, it kinda felt like a relief.

    當她過世,感覺反而是種解脫。

  • It was really, kind of, disturbing honestly.

    這還蠻讓人心神不寧的,其實。

  • Have you ever seen someone die?

    你有看過別人死掉嗎?

  • I had a friend that passed away but not something I would want to talk about.

    我有個過世的朋友,但我不想談論這件事。

  • Why do you think death is so hard?

    你覺得,為什麼死亡這麼難面對?

  • I just think people don't, like their brains can't handle it, you know?

    人們無法,大腦無法處理,懂嗎?

  • It's like they um, I'm sorry.

    就像是...抱歉。

  • No, it's okay.

    不,沒關係。

  • Have you ever seen someone die?

    你有看過別人死掉嗎?

  • -No. -I have not.

    -不。 -我沒有。

  • -I've been blessed. -I'm in no rush.

    -我有被保佑。 -我不趕。

  • Have you ever seen someone die?

    你有看過別人死掉嗎?

  • Ah, never.

    沒有。

  • Have you?

    你呢?

  • Yeah.

    有啊。

  • My dad in the hospital.

    我爸,在醫院走的。

  • Oh.

    噢。

  • Have you ever seen someone die?

    你有看過別人死掉嗎?

  • My dad, he had cancer.

    我爸,癌症。

  • Oh shit, this is hard to talk about.

    噢,這很難去談論。

  • I lost my dad recently, too.

    我最近也剛失去爸爸。

  • Yeah.

    嗯。

  • I mean, you don't have to.

    不用硬撐。

  • Yeah yeah no, I'm good on this one.

    嗯嗯,這個我就不講了。

  • Have you ever seen someone die?

    你看過別人死掉嗎?

  • Yes, my little sister.

    有,我妹妹。

  • I think she only survived like a week.

    她應該只撐了一週吧!

  • I was there when my little brother passed away.

    當我弟過世的時候我在場。

  • Have you ever seen someone die?

    你看過別人死掉嗎?

  • Yes, my mother committed suicide when I was a child, and I was the one that found her.

    有,我媽在我還是小孩的時候自殺了,而我是發現她的那個人。

  • What do you think happens after we die?

    你覺得死後會發生什麼?

  • Oh, so much!

    噢,很多事!

  • I also think it depends on the kinda person you are.

    我也覺得這取決於你是怎麼樣的人。

  • I think where we go after we die is the exact same place we were before we were born.

    我認為我們死後會去的地方,就是我們出生前待的地方。

  • I guess I believe in reincarnation.

    我相信輪迴。

  • I don't believe in afterlife.

    我不相信來世。

  • Do you believe in a soul?

    你相信靈魂嗎?

  • Absolutely.

    當然。

  • Death is the one thing in my life that doesn't scare me.

    死亡是人生中我嚇不倒我的一件事。

  • Why aren't you scared of death?

    你為何不怕死亡?

  • Death just is and things that just are.

    死亡就是如此。

  • It's not good or bad, it's just something that has to happen.

    沒有好也沒有壞,就是個注定會發生的事情。

[Content Advisory: This video contains graphic descriptions of violence, self-harm, and death.]

[內容警告:此影片含有暴力、自殘、與死亡的敘述。]

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