Nate: Okay, hopefully, that's the last of them.
Ah, crap! Where the hell did that come from?
Oh God, it's hot.
Ah, there's just too many of them.
This is it, this is it. I can't do this.
What the hell is that?
Nate: What? English, I speak English.
No, no, no, no. No, don't shoot me. Please don't shoot me.
Salim: [Arabic 00:04:18]
Man 1: [Arabic 00:04:21]
Man 2: [Arabic 00:04:26]
Man 3: Sniper! Sniper dead ahead!
Nate: What the hell!
No, no! Shit! I got to get the hell out of here.
Salim: Hurry, [inaudible 00:04:53] American.
Sniper! Snipers, look out!
Nate: I got it.
Salim: We must get through the gates.
Man 4: [Arabic 00:05:26]
Salim: [Arabic 00:05:27]
You are far from home, American.
Salim: You do not belong out here, any of you.
Nate: You spared me. Why not just kill me along with the others?
Salim: That would have been impolite. You were in distress. Even an enemy must be fed and sheltered. Are you my enemy, American?
Nate: Drake. My name, it's Drake.
Salim: Salim. I am sheikh of this tribe.
Nate: Well, I don't mean to be forward, Salim, but I need a horse. I don't have anything to offer in return.
Salim: You plan to attack the English caravan alone?
Nate: You know about them.
Salim: My scouts have been tracking them for two days. Why are you here? Why do the English cross the Rub' al Khali?
Nate: They're looking for the lost city of Ubar.
Salim: Iram of the Pillars.
Drake: They've taken my friend hostage. He's the only one who knows the way. Once they find Iram, he'll be worthless to them. They'll kill him.
Salim: If they find Iram, we are all dead.
Three thousand years ago, King Solomon commanded the power of the Djinn, demons born of smokeless fire. Until they rebelled. He imprisoned them in a vessel of brass and cast it into the depths of the city. Iram became a place of evil, cursed by the tormented spirits of the Djinn. The English must not reach the city. If they unleash the power of the Djinn . . .
Nate: We don't have much time, do we?
Salim: No, but they have the greater numbers. We cannot attach them in the open. Tonight, rest. Tomorrow, they enter the canyons. We'll take them there.
We ride at dawn.