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 Star Trek II - The Wrath of Khan
Star Trek - The Motion Picture
Data della premiere americana07.12.1979
StoriaAlan Dean Foster
ScreenplayHarold Livingston
RegiaRobert Wise
MusicaJerry Goldsmith
ProduttoreGene Roddenberry
Produttore associatoJon Povill
Costo di produzione44 milioni di dollari
Incassi al botteghino112 milioni di dollari
Durata132 minuti
Titolo italianoStar Trek - Il film
Titolo spagnoloLa Película
Titolo franceseStar trek: Le film
Titolo tedescoDer Film
Titolo giapponeseSutâ Torekku (Star Trek)
Titolo brasilianoJornada nas Estrelas: O Filme
SonoroDolby
Effetti specialiRobert Abel & Associates
Apogee
Rating americanoG
Amm. James Tiberius KirkWilliam Shatner
Cap. Montgomery ScottJames Doohan
Cap. SpockLeonard Nimoy
Cap. Willard DeckerStephen Collins
Capo DiFalcoMarcy Lafferty
Capo RossTerrence O'Connor
Commander BranchDavid Gautreaux
Commander SonakJon Rashad Kamal
Dr. Leonard McCoyDeForest Kelley
Dr. Christine ChapelMajel Barrett-Roddenberry
Hikaru SuluGeorge Takei
Janice RandGrace Lee Whitney
Pavel ChekovWalter Koenig
Ten. ClearyMichael Rougas
Ten. IliaPersis Khambatta
Nyota UhuraNichelle Nichols
Assistente al teletrasportoJohn D. Gowans
AttendenteLeslie C. Howard
Capitano klingonMark Lenard
Maestro vulcanianoEdna Glover
Norman Stuart
Paul Weber
Marinaio dell'EnterprisePaula Crist
Susan J. Sullivan
Marinaio del ponte dell'EnterpriseRalph Brannan
Ralph Byers
Iva Lane
Franklyn Seales
Momo Yashima
Marinaio klingonJimmie Booth
Joel Kramer
Bill McTosh
Dave Moordigian
Tom Morga
Tony Rocco
Joel Schultz
Craig Thomas
StuntRobert Bralver
William Couch
Keith L. Jensen
John Hugh McKnight
TecnicoSayra Hummel
Junero Jennings
Tecnico della camera stagnaGary Faga
Tecnico di Epsilon IXRoger Aaron Brown
Tenente alienoBilly Van Zandt
Tenente del ponte cargoHoward Itzkowitz
Tenente di Epsilon IXMichele Ameen Billy
Ufficiale della sicurezzaJohn Dresden
Joshua Gallegos
Rod Perry
Voce del computerDoug Hale
Data Stellare 7412.6: Cinque anni dopo il termine della missione quinquennale, l'Enterprise, completamente ristrutturata, deve far fronte alla minaccia di un'astronave aliena che si definisce V'ger e che punta dritto verso la Terra.
  • L'intero equipaggio di 431 persone viene radunato per il briefing.
  • Apprendiamo che Spock è figlio unico.
  • Quando Spock entra in contatto mentale con V'ger, tra le immagini che appaiono velocemente sullo schermo si possono riconoscere Darth Vader di Star Wars e Miss Piggy del Muppet's Show.
  • L'intero equipaggio radunato per il briefing iniziale è interpretato per la maggior parte da fan di Star Trek e parenti del cast, tra cui Bjo Trimble. La scena è stata girata in una sola giornata, al termine della quale il set è stato demolito.
  • Isaac Asimov è stato uno dei consulenti scientifici per la realizzazione del film.
  • Nella scena del Kolinar gli attori che interpretano i Vulcaniani parlano in inglese, la lingua vulcaniana è stata inserita in sede di doppiaggio. Le parole vulcaniane sono state scelte per far combaciare i labiali e sono state inventate da James Doohan.
  • Per i dialoghi klingon Marc Okrand ha costruito la struttura della lingua klingon inventando ex novo una grammatica e un vocabolario.
  • Lee Cole ha disegnato i pannelli della plancia della postazione di Spock. Visto che Spock doveva premere i tasti senza guardare la tastiera perché doveva guardare in camera, si era posto di come potesse utilizzare i tasti. La Cole è appassionata di fisarmonica, uno strumento che ha una tastiera particolare con dei segni per riconoscere la posizioni dei tasti. E così, come si può notare in alcune inquadrature, la tastiera che ha Spock sotto le mani è fatta come quattro tastiere di fisarmonica, compresi i segni per riconoscere i tasti. La stessa consolle la si vede anche in Star Trek II.
  • L'organizzazione del ponte di comando dell'Enterprise è stata disegnata così bene che la DARPA ha chiamato Zimmerman nel 1994 come consulente per il progetto WarBreaker. L'idea di una plancia organizzata in quel modo è stata anche presa in considerazione dalla Marina Militare Americana, dall'Aereonatica Militare Americana e dalla NASA.
  • Quando Decker mostra alla sonda Ilia l'area ricreativa della nave e una galleria di astronavi che si sono chiamate Enterprise, si vede chiaramente una nave avvolta da una struttura toroidale, che non si è più rivista, tranne in una scena di First Flight in cui si vede l'illustrazione di una nave simile appesa ad una parete.
  • Dati tecnici delle riprese:
    • Camera: Panavision
    • Formato dei negativi: 35 mm
    • Riprese: Panavision (anamorfica)
    • Formato della pellicola: 35 mm
    • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Titolo del film nelle altre lingue:
    • Die Beweegrede Prent (Afrikaans)
    • Isithobe (Zulu)
  • Chris Doohan, figlio di James, già visto come comparsa nel primo film, appare anche qui come comparsa nella sala del teletrasporto. [Star Trek XI]
  • Le scene su Vulcano sono state girate principalmente in studio. Le poche esterne sono state girate al parco di Yellowstone e composte con una matte.
  • Quando Kirk arriva alla base stellare, in sovrimpressione viene mostrata la data stellare 7410.2.
  • Quando Kirk e Scotty fanno il giro attorno all'Enterprise si vede che uno dei piloni di attracco ha il numero 74E.
  • La capsula con Scotty e Kirk attracca all'Enterprise al ponte 5 (si vede sopra la porta), ma l'annuncio parla del ponte 6.
  • La capsula con Scotty e Kirk, benché illuminata dai riflettori, non proietta alcuna ombra sull'astronave.
  • Nella scena inedita introdotta nella versione televisiva, quando Kirk esce dall'Enterprise per inseguire Spock si vede chiaramente la fine della scenografia.
  • Quando Chekov si brucia la mano, Ilia gli presta immediatamente soccorso; nella scena successiva si vede Kirk e Ilia è ancora seduta al proprio posto; la scena dopo mostra ancora Ilia che sta soccorrendo Chekov.
  • Nelle scene sul ponte di comando Spock ha le basette corte, mentre nella scena in infermeria ha le basette lunghe.
  • Kirk lascia l'Enterprise con una tuta spaziale, ma quando ritrova Spock indossa un modello diverso di tuta.
  • Nella scena finale all'esterno dell'Enterprise i nostri indossano delle giacche con delle strisce colorate sulle maniche. Appena dopo essere rientrati sulla nave, i colori delle strisce di Spock e McCoy sono invertiti tra loro.
  • Le porte della capsula con Scotty e Kirk si aprono scivolando di lato, ma non sembra esserci spazio sufficiente per contenere le due porte, a meno che non si pieghino di lato.
  • La scena iniziale di Spock su Vulcano mostra chiaramente due lune nel cielo, benché Spock in The Man Trap abbia detto che Vulcano non ha lune. Nella riedizione del film in DVD le lune sono state rimosse.
  • All'inizio Kirk dice che l'Enterprise entrerà in curvatura dopo Giove, anticipatamente allo standard, lasciando presumere che in condizioni normali attraverso il sistema solare si viaggia solamente ad impulso. Alla fine del film, dopo l'esplosione di V'ger, Kirk ordina la curvatura mentre la nave si trova in orbita intorno alla Terra, senza che ci sia alcuna condizione di emergenza che lo giustifichi.
  • Nella release in DVD, il rating del film è diventato PG a causa delle scene aggiunte. La data della prima release del DVD negli USA espressa in formato inglese doveva essere 1/7/01, ovvero il numero di codice dell'Enterprise, l'uscita è stata poi posticipata. Il montaggio della riedizione del film è stato curato dallo stesso Robert Wise.
  • Nella versione originale e nella novelization la dimensione di V'ger rilevata da Branch prima che Epsilon IX venga distrutta è di 82 AU, mentre nella release in DVD la dimensione è diventata 2 AU.
  • L'indicatore che separa la parte intera delle date stellari dalla parte decimale è la virgola. Per quanto strano, ma questo sarebbe il modo più corretto di tradurre le date.
  • Kirk dice «Data stellare settanta quattro uno quattro virgola uno». Detta così, la data stellare sembra essere 70414.1.
  • Alcune traduzioni inusuali:
    • USS -> nave stellare statunitense.
    • Spazio federale -> spazio confederale.
    • Flotta Stellare è stato lasciato starfleet.
    • Sala macchine -> direzione tecnica.
    • Dilitio -> delirium.
    • Teletrasporto -> trasportatori.
    • Ingegnere capo -> direttore.
    • Scudi -> deflettori.
    • Tricorder -> rilevatore.
Sonak: The Enterprise is in final preparation to leave dock. Which will require twenty more hours at minimum...
Kirk: Twelve. I an my way to a meeting with Admiral Nogura wich will not last more than three minutes. Report to me on the Enterprise in one hour.
Sonak: Report to you, Sir?
Kirk: It is my intention to be on that ship, following that meeting. Report to me in one hour. [T:0:14:11]
Kirk: They gave her back to me, Scotty.
Scott: Gave her back ,sir? I doubt it was that easy with Nogura.
Kirk: Y'er right.
Scott: Well, any man that could manage such a feat, I would not dare to disappoint. She'll launch on time, sir, and she'll be ready.
Kirk: Well, for a man that swore he'd never to return to Starfleet...
McCoy: Just a moment, Captain Sir. I'll explain what happened. Your revered Admiral Nogura invoked a little known, seldom-used reserve activation clause. In simpler language Captain, they drafted me!
Kirk: They didn't.
McCoy: This was your idea. This was your idea, wasn't it?
Kirk: Bones, there's a thing out there.
McCoy: Why is any object we don't understand always called a thing?
Kirk: Headed this way. I need you. Damn it, Bones, I need you. Badly! [T:0:35:10]
Kirk: I'm sorry, Will.
Decker: No, Admiral. I don't think you're sorry. Not one damned bit. I remember when you recommended me for this command. You told me how envious you were and how much you hoped you would get a starship command again. Well sir, it looks like you found a way.
Kirk: Well, Bones, do the new medical facilities meet with your approval?
McCoy: They do not. It's like working in a damn computer center.
Uhura: Dock control reports ready, Sir.
Sulu: Helm ready, Sir.
Ilia: Orbital display on plot, Sir.
Uhura: Yard command signaling clear, Sir.
Kirk: Maneuvering thrusters, Mr. Sulu.
Sulu: Maneuvering thrusters, Sir.
Kirk: Hold stations.
Sulu: Thruster at station keeping, Sir.
Chekov: No casualties reported, Doctor.
McCoy: Wrong Mr. Chekov. There are casualties... my wit's as in frightened out of Captain Sir.
McCoy: Spock... You haven't changed a bit. You're just as warm and sociable as ever.
Spock: Nor have you, Doctor, as your continued predilection for irrilevancy demonstrates.
Kirk: Evaluation, Mr. Spock.
Spock: Fascinating.
Spock: Logic and knowledge are not enough.
Decker: We all create God in our own image.
Di Falco: Heading, sir?
Kirk: Out there. That way.
  • Questi sono alcuni brani dello script le cui scene non sono state incluse nell'edizione originale del film e dovevano essere presenti nell'edizione in DVD, ma sono state poi tolte anche da quell'edizione.
  •    273 INT. V'GER - ANGLE UP TOWARD ENTERPRISE (M)
    
    
    Immagine della scena
    The ship stationary in the chamber as now we SEE an exterior hatch sliding
    fully open. Up through the hatch a circular airlock door opens - and a
    TINY FIGURE in a thruster spacesuit emerges, steps into space, slowly
    floats down through the hatch and under the Enterprise saucer section.
    In this and subsequent VIEWS we will SEE that on the rear pack of his
    thruster spacesuit is a FLASHING STROBELIGHT which regularly EMITS the
    identifying SIGNAL of this particular suit (By which Kirk will be able to see Spock's
    position from even several miles away.)
    
    MOVING TOWARD the CAMERA until the features behind the face mask are clearly identifible:
    Spock, his face set in the same grim, determined expression as he touches his space suit
    transmitter control.
    
                                SPOCK :
                  Computer, commence recording. Captain Kirk - this message will detail my
                  attempt to contact the aliens...
    
                                INT. BRIDGE 

    Questa scena appare anche nella versione originale del film: Chekov informa che l'airlock quattro è stato utilizzato e che manca una tuta spaziale.

    Kirk, knowingly is Spock, orders Chekov to get a fix on Spock's position and EXITS
    hurriedly.
  •    276 INT V'GER - MED. ON SPOCK
    
    His features now set in an almost trance-like expression as he concentrates on the thought
    emanations. Then we SEE his head turn, he peers off - then he moves his thruster controls.
    We SEE the small blue jets of the thrusters - his spacesuit figure begins to move off in the
    direction he was concentrating upon.
  •    277 ANOTHER ANGLE - SPOCK
    
    
    Immagine della scena
    His thrusters moving him across V'Gers's vast chamber then dropping down in a
    deep "trough"-like area which stretches into distance ahead of him. A cloud of
    CRYSTAL FORMS (Kirk's entrapment) become visible to one side but Spock passes
    them at some distance and does not attract them.
    
    We can SEE more clearly now the point along the inner wall off the trough
    toward which Spock is heading. Its a unusual combination of GLOWING
    FORCEFIELDS which seem to mark this point of the vessel as of some importance.
  •    278 - AIRLOCK AREA to 282 ANGLE ON KIRK 
    La scena da quando McCoy discute con Kirk mentre alcuni marinai lo aiutano ad infilarsi la tuta fino a quando Kirk rileva la posizione di Spock la si può vedere nell'edizione speciale del film uscita in videocassetta. Anche un' altra scena, tra la 283 e la 286, che mostra Ilia nel suo alloggio con Decker e McCoy può essere vista nella videocassetta dell'edizione speciale del film.
    Kirk touches his thruster controls and blue thruster jets propels him into the direction indicated.
    His thrusters come on for a long period of time as he accelerates to the higher speed necessary
    to overtake Spock...
    
                                INT. V'GER - KIRK MANEUVERING WITHIN THE CHAMBER
    
    Kirk but a small object, thruster jets occasionally spurting as he guides him self deeper
    into the trench as he continues forward progress in the direction he saw Spock taking.
  •    289 KIRK'S POV
    
    Spock's STROBE signal closer and Spock's tiny spacesuited figure now becoming dimly visible
    as he moves steadily toward the GLOWING FORCEFIELDS of the inner wall.
  •    290 ON KIRK
    
    His attention fixed on Spock. He never notices until an instant too late an O.S. object;
    quickly he hits he thruster control, and we SEE the MANEUVERING JET turn him to the side as:
  •    291 WIDER ANGLE - KIRK AND THE BLOB FORMATION
    
    A swarn of strange-looking translucent crystal-like FORMS on a collision course with Kirk.
  •    292 MED. SHOT - KIRK (O)
    
    As the nearest crystal forms WHIP INTO THE SHOT, adhering to Kirk's spacesuit. He hits full
    MANEUVIRING JETS now, seems to make some escape but still more forms WHIP IN, adhere.
    
                                KIRK :
                  Bridge !
    
                                INT. BRIDGE - EMPHASIZING HELM
    
    All eyes are anxiously on the O.S. main viewer.
    
                                KIRK'S VOICE
                  ....stand by, I may be in trouble...
    
                                ANGLE ON THE MAIN VIEWER (M)
    
    
    Immagine della scena
    As the distant STROBLE FLASHES of Kirk's spacesuit
    are MAGNIFIED CLOSER, pulling Kirk into a MEDIUM
    LONG SHOT. We can see the details of the swarn
    of forms adhering. But we can SEE that Kirk's
    spacesuit is now about half covered with them!

  •    294 REVERSE ANGLE
    
    Expressions of the bridge crew to reflec the horror of what they are seeing as :
    
                                SULU :
                  Your phaser, Captain....! Use your phaser...!
    
                                KIRK'S VOICE (transmitter weak)
    
                  Can't....reach....phas- (transmission breaks off into heavy STATIC).
    
                                CHEKOV :
                  Airlocks two and four - prepare to lauch rescue teams! (glancing into viewer)
                  Chief Lang! Get them out there! Fast!
    
                                SULU :
                  Mr Spock, the captain is in trouble, directly behind you - three hundred meters!
                  (beat) Mr Spock !
    
    Looks of distress are exchanged.
  •    295 INT.V'GER - SPOCK
    
    Spock's spacesuit figure MOVING TOWARD the CAMERA, as we HEAR :
    
                                KIRK'S VOICE (weak, STATIC) :
                  ....Spock...! ... need help...!... trapped...!
    
    
    Immagine della scena
    No indication at first that Spock has heard; his face set with
    determination, his eyes fixed on his destination: the inner wall.
    KIRK'S VOICE (continuing; weakening; STATIC) : ...pressure on me...!...can't move...!...Spock...!
  •    296 ON SPOCK - CLOSE
    
    As Kirk's VOICE STOPS - and all that is heard now is the HEAVY STATIC crackling ominously.
    Spock's expression flicker, then he hit's reverse thruster JETS, stops - he turns to glence at the
    inner wall, then hit's reverse thruster JETS, stops - he turns to glance at the inner wall, then
    his thruster's turn him so he can look back the way he came. But he cannot resist Kirk's call;
    he sundelly hits his thruster controls, the JETS FLARE, and :
    
                                WIDER ANGLE - SPOCK
    
    As his thruster JETS accelerate him back toward Kirk.
  •    298 INT. BRIDGE - VIEWER (M)
    
    Showing Kirk's spacesuit completely covered, encased in the blobs. Kirk is no longer moving.
    But in the distance, facing toward him is Spock!
  •    299 INT. V'GER - KIRK AND SPOCK
    
    With Spock in the near distance, heading TOWARD the CAMERA. As he approaches Kirk, Spock brings
    out is phaser. Now he hits the controls for REVERSE JETS - he slow RAPIDLY as he approaches Kirk's
    now completely encased spacesuit. Spock makes a quick phaser adjustment.
  •    300 ANGLE ON SPOCK AND KIRK'S ENCASED SPACESUIT (O) (S)
    
    Spock levels the phaser carefully. FIRES. The PHASER BEAM striking the blob form - it SHATTERS,
    the pieces DESINTREGRATING.
  •    301 INT V'GER - SPOCK AND KIRK
    
    Facing each other while hovering in space.
    
                                KIRK :
                  Bridge, cancel rescue teams. (hard) Spock, what in the hell are you doing out here!
    
                                SPOCK :
                  I am seeking answers, Captain.
    
                                KIRK (with insight) :
                  Answers to what, Spock? Our dilemma - or your personal one?
    
    
    Immagine della scena
    Spock does not immediately reply, peers at Kirk through the faceplate a long beat,
    then abruptly looks away, points off in the distance.
  •    302 ANOTHER ANGLE - INCLUDING INNER WALL (O)
    
    We can SEE what appears to be SPARKLING GLOBES of LIGHT darting toward the inner wall in the
    distance, then dissapearing there.
    
                                SPOCK (pointing) :
                  Captain, I believe there we will find an indication of whoever - or whatever -
                  is aboard this vessel...
    
    
    Immagine della scena
    Kirk's weights alternatives, then pushes his thruster controls and begins
    moving in the direction Spock indicated.
    
    There thruster JETS flash, propel them toward that point in the inner wall.

  •    303 INT. V'GER AT INNER WALL
    
    The most prominent ares of the vast inner wall - the patterns on the wall here seem to glow
    with life. The spacesuited figures of Kirk and Spock ENTER SCENE, gliding slowly toward what
    seems to be the central of these patterns.
  •    304 CLOSER ON KIRK AND SPOCK
    
    As they approach and then we SEE the brief REVERSE THRUSTERS and then forward momentum stops;
    motionless. Spock sees something.
  •    305 LONG ANGLE TO INCLUDE SENSOR SWARM
    
    Now, we SEE that they are tiny, multi-colored points of flashing light - almost like a swarm
    of bees. They approach the inner wall at this central point and then seem to "dissapear"
    through the orifice.
  •    306 KIRK AND SPOCK - ANOTHER "SWARM" APPROACHING (O)
    
    This "sensor swarm" has been coming from a direction that will take them close past Kirk and Spock.
    Then, as it passes, Spock reaches out quickly, grabs. He turns to Kirk, his hand closed on something.
  •    307 CLOSE ON KIRK AND SPOCK (AGAINST "TUBE" WALL)
    
    Spock he-opens his hand, retaininga hold on something with his fingers. He brings it up to
    Kirk's face mask - it's a tiny SENSOR, its multi-colors flashing as it tries to escape Spock's
    fingers. And in this CLOSE VIEW, we SEE that this is a SENSOR very much like the one we've seen
    imbedded in the Illia-probe's throat hollow. Then Spock releases it and it darts to join the
    sensor swarm near the opening of the inner wall.
  •    308 KIRK AND SPOCK'S POV (O)
    
    From the closer distance, we SEE that an opening appears in the wall, admits the sensor swarm,
    then closes imediately.
  •    309 BACK TO SHOT
    
    Kirk and Spock exchanges a look. Their thruster JETS ignite briefly, moving them in that direction.
  •    310 INT V'GER - KIRK AND SPOCK (O)
    
    Immagine della scena
    Closely approaching the inner wall now, timing their movement to
    coincide with the arrival of another "swarm" - and the wall
    begins OPENING. The "swarm" through, the wall begins
    CLOSING - but Spock and Kirk slip in before it closes.

  •    311 INT "MEMORY CAVE" - SPOCK AND KIRK
    
    The wall closing behind them, they are safely inside.
    But as they stop their foward momentum, their
    eyes WIDEN with AWE and SURPRISE at what they are seeing:
  •    311A WHAT THEY SEE (M)
    
    The long "cave" chamber with its row of huge MEDITATOR BALLS extending into the distance.
    To one side, the gleaming CRYSTAL MEMORY WALL.
  •    311B KIRK AND SPOCK
    
    As Spock makes a quick analisys and estimate of what they are seeing. Then, he takes out his
    tricorder again, propels himself toward the memory crystals. Kirk follows.
  •    311C AT MEMORY CRYSTAL
    
    As Spock adjusts his tricorder through several readings.
    
                                SPOCK :
                  It would appear that the atomic arrays of these crystals store information.
                  A remarkably efficient device.
    
                                KIRK (indicates) :
                  And these "sensor-swarms" collect that data, carry it here.
    
                                SPOCK (nods, indicates) :
                  New crystals: they must contain the most recent data obtained -
    
    Immagine della scena
    And Spock touches one of these new crystals (it will be shinner, more
    pulsanting than the others): ANOTHER RAPID PROFUSION OF FAINT IMAGES,
    but this time including a pattern-like image of Klingons, Klingon
    vessells (the ones destroyed by the Cloud) and obvious Starfleet
    personnel - and the Epsilon 9 station. Also, a pattern of the Security
    Guard killed by the probe. And Ilia.
    
                                KIRK :
                  Klingons....and our Epsilon 9 station...they seem to be more than just images....
    
                                SPOCK (agreeing) :
                  Exact patterns. The energy bolt that hit wasn't simply a weapon - it desmaterialized
                  them, stored them. But why?
    
    And he turns and begins moving on, studying the wall, consulting his tricorder.
  •    312 ACROSS THEM TO ANOTHER SECTION OF THE WALL
    
    Spock inspecting this area at which the "newer"crystals are PULSATING and GLOWING, and which appears
    to be a termination of the Crystal area, continuing on and dissapearing through the wall.
    
                                KIRK :
                  If this is their ship data banks, where is the crew ? Or is their entire ship
                  automated?
    
                                SPOCK :
                  Captain, I do not believe that there is a crew - or that this is a vessel as such.
    
    A beat, as Kirk reacts incredulously.
    
                                SPOCK (continuing):
                  I am almost certain now that all this is V'Ger - that we are inside a life form,
                  a living machine.
    
    Spock turns his spacesuit, turns his tricorder out and toward the Meditator Balls,
    takes a reading in that direction. Then a glance at Kirk.
    
                                SPOCK :
                  I must attempt to mindmeld with it, Captain.
    
    Spock touches his spacesuit controls, the THRUSTER JETS move him out toward the Meditator Balls.
    
                                KIRK (warningly) :
                  Spock...
  •    313 ANGLE AT MEDITATOR BALL
    
    Spock reaches the ball, halts his momentum and removes one gaunlet, baring his hand. Stretching
    the bare hand toward a part of it which looks strangely "alive". The very power generated
    from this area is clearly affecting Spock's hand. Meanwhile, Kirk has used his THRUSTERS to join him.
    
                                KIRK :
                  Spock, if you're right, its mind may be enormous...
    
    But Spock pays him no attention, his entire being now focused on the PULSATING GLOW of the "alive"
    area - the CAMERA MOVING CLOSER TO Spock, as he forces his hand toward that surface, closer, closer.
  •    314 KIRK :
    
    Watching, almost mesmerized. Torn between wanting to pull Spock away from the wall - and knowing that
    Spock must go through with it. For everyone's sake.
  •    315 CLOSER ON SPOCK
    
    Preparing for the ordeal, moving his hand to the "living area", "the invisible forces even
    stronger - but Spock's strenght unwavering, and now touches the surface - and it FLARES WITH STRANGE ENERGY
    at the touch. And at the same moment Spock's body convulses as if tens of thousands of volts of
    eletricity are charging through him.
  •    316 CLOSE ON SPOCK'S FACE
    
    Immagine della scena
    As he begins to shudder with the shock, the
    CAMERA CONTINUES INTO EXTREME CLOSEUP as we SEE Spock's
    mounth open - he SCREAMS. CAMERA INTO EXTREME CLOSEUP OF SPOCK'S EYES.

  •    317 CAMERA ZOOM - THROUGH SPOCK'S EYES.
    
    MUSIC IN AND UP as we travel through ABSTRACT IMAGES (per Con Pederson discussion). Symbolizing V'Ger's
    incredible and complex store of mechanistic knowledge, these IMAGES suggest patterns of atoms,
    molecules, galaxies, dimensions of the universe beyond human kwonledge or comprehension.
    It takes only fifteen or twnty seconds, but seems to span aeon's, taking us through micro-infinity
    and macro-infinity.
    
                                DISSOLVE TO:
  •   318 INT. DISPENSARY - SPOCK'S EYE
    
    CAMERA BRIDGING BACK THROUGH SPOCK'S EYES AND INTO ANGLE ON SPOCK'S FACE as he lies in a sickbay bed.
    His eyes are open; he is staring straight ahead as if in a catatonic state, completely unware of
    his surrondings.Then Doctor Chapel leans INTO SCENE, moving a medical scanner over the brain area.
    
                                CHAPEL:
                  Now scanning pons area at spinal nerve fiber connection....
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