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GOD CREATED WOMAN
You have the feet of a queen.
Mr. Carradine, you have|a devil of a nerve.
I brought the apple.
Which apple?
The forbidden fruit.
I said I might give you a car.
You have a car for me?
Is it here?
I came with it.
What is it?
A red Simca convertible.
Where is it?
You got me.
Not yet.
It's pretty.
You'll have the same one.
With that mouth you can have|anything you want.
I'm a gold-digger.
I don't think so.
I'm in for it now.
Hello, Mr. Carradine.
Good afternoon.
You should be at the bookstore.|Of course you'd rather
show yourself off naked|in front of men. Little slut!
I take her out of the orphanage|and this is the thanks I get.
But I work.
Fine way to work.
It's all my fault.
Don't believe that,|Mr. Carradine.
I am the one responsible for|making her late.
I'd like to make it up to you.
Please don't. The honor of|this house is not for sale.
Honor is a delicate word...
It demands a lot of heart.
Goodbye, Mr. Carradine.
You were watching too,|you dirty old man.
Well, I heard your voice.
You won't laugh long!|I have a surprise for you.
You know what people say about|you in town? You don't care.
Well, I do. You little slut!
Well, will you answer me?
If at least you|were a hard worker.
Mrs. Marquand told me you waited|on her barefoot yesterday.
Is that good salesmanship?
Are you going to say something?
- Will it make a difference?|- Definitely not.
Then why should I?
Oh! You!
I've got a nice surprise|for you.
The architect and Mr. Roger|are in the office.
I'm not sure if Jerome|mentioned it,
but I'd like to repaint the back|room. It'll be ready for Easter.
I trust you.
I'm afraid I'm late.
No problem. Working on|a new deal?
Yes, and it's going well.|What about our project?
Any problems?
The site looks ideal.
We'll build the casino|left of the road right here...
and save the pinewoods|for the hotel.
But you'll need to own all|the land up to the cape.
No problem there -|except for the Tardieu shipyard.
Leave that glass alone.
You turn yellow when you drink|and I hate yellow.
How are the talks going|with the Tardieus?
They don't want to sell. One of|the older brothers is against it
Which one?
The eldest, the one who lives|in Toulon.
He's coming in for the weekend.
You'd best talk to him yourself.
Antoine, check out that girl.|Her ass is a song.
What's up?
I have a flat.
I couldn't tell.
Oh, you're so cute.|He's adorable.
Antoine!!
You take the bus?
I got a flat.
Every time I see you, you're|more beautiful than the last.
You should really stop.
Are you having fun in Toulon?
I'm working.
You should come back.
I have a better future there.
All the future does|is spoil the present.
Here's the shipyard.|Are you getting off, Antoine?
Are you going to the dance|tonight?
I always do.
Good.
What's for lunch?
Goddamnit! Lentils again!
It's good for your health.
Did you have a good trip?
When I get a car,|it'll be better.
- How's my son?|- Hi Mom.
I can finally breathe here.
What's up with you?|You guys seem busy.
Same old story,|not enough depth here.
All the good jobs go to|the port's shipyard.
- As long as you guys can eat.|- You're right, son.
This one seems in pretty poor|shape.
Carradine wants to buy our land.
Let him try.
Maybe it wouldn't be|such a bad idea to sell.
Never.
I ran into Juliette on the bus.|She's a real woman now.
I know, because the bus|was crowded.
- She's got no shame, that girl.|- She's got something else.
I hope you're not falling.
Why not?
She hasn't waited for you.
I never said I wanted to be|the first.
Nobody even knows where|that tart is from.
Her father was a captain|in the merchant marines.
It's no excuse for her faults.
Her biggest fault is that|her parents are dead.
You seem well-informed.
Sometimes when I go|to the bookstore, we chat.
I can't wait for tonight.
You're such a romantic.
He's so handsome.
Not enough to afford|to be broke.
Better than your Rene.
Rene gives me presents.|One, two...
That's not it. You're doing|the Mambo. Let me show you.
See, like this.
Eric Carradine came to see me.
So, Mr. Tardieu, I'd like|to buy your shipyard.
Yours isn't enough?
I want to build a hotel.|All I need is your land.
We live off that shipyard.|Nobody'll take it.
Who's talking about taking?|I want to buy it.
I can give you 4 million.
4 million...
We wouldn't get very far.
You could have|a little shop...
We're not grocers.
It might not be such a bad idea.|Your business is dying.
What do you know?
You had to take another job.
That's my business.
Of course.
I need an answer within|two months. Think it over.
I have.
As you wish.
Goodbye gentlemen.|Thanks for coming down.
You coming, Christian?
Here kid. You can listen to it|at home.
Thanks, Mr. Carradine.
People like him don't scare me.
Maybe we shouldn't have come.
Hey, I scored a record.
So what?
Raise your offer.|They'll end up giving in.
What are you saying?
If I give them 20 million|for a shipyard that's worth 2,
they'll smell a rat.
If certain people hear|that we're building a casino
in St. Tropez, they'll get upset|and we may have trouble.
I didn't ask for your opinion.
You idiot! It's cold!
Come on, I'll warm you up.
Hold this for me.
Look at how handsome Antoine is.
I think he's ugly.
But Denise told me...
Hey, I'm taking root.
I'll come back and water you.
Denise, be a lamb and hold this|for me.
Watch and learn.
I need a new face first.
Why?
Do you know the story about|the worm who loved a star?
No. How does it end?
Badly.
I know the song about the|caterpillar
who loves a butterfly.
How does it end?
Well.
I don't feel like talking.
But if I don't talk...|I want to kiss you.
I am a fool.
I waited a year before|I realized you were made for me.
I've waited a year for you|to say that.
Yes, but I have an excuse.
What?
You were a kid.
I'm taking you to Toulon.
Monday, you'll take|the bus with me.
You don't believe me?
We'll see.
Can you come?
I'll do whatever you want.
Would you kiss me?
Kiss me.
She's not for us. Might as well|let Antoine have her.
Come and dance.
Go ahead. I always|get turned down.
Your technique is all wrong.
With women you always have to|be sure of yourself. Come on.
You're lucky. I'm free|for this dance.
Do you want to dance?
Hold this.
I can't. I have to hold the bag.
This is my favorite tune.
It's the first time|I've heard it.
Me too.
Not here...
I'll meet you at the harbor.
You seem to be having fun.
Have you ever known me not to?
It seems to be going well|with Juliette.
I'm going to have her tonight.
You don't waste any time|flirting, do you?
Girls like Juliette are good|for one night
then you forget them.
What if she's a clinger?
I'm going back to Toulon.|She'll forget.
You'll have to tell her|something.
My boss wants me to marry|his niece.
What about her?
It's everything she wants.
Wait for me.
It's my turn to pay you a visit.
I love such surprises. May I?|Miss Juliette...
Hardy.
Mrs. Vigier-Lefranc.
Good evening.
I bought it on the port.|I'll give you the address.
Mr. Vigier-Lefranc,|Miss Juliette Hardy.
Delighted.
Don't look smart and change|that record.
Eric, you're a lost cause.
Really?
You're about to fall in love.
How can you tell?
When you look at her,|you don't seem as intelligent.
Ever hear of Vigier sugar?
That's me. Ever heard of Lefranc|vacuum cleaners?
That's me.
Will you come and dance|the cha-cha?
Never with a vacuum cleaner.
She'll never get anywhere.|She doesn't like money.
Marcel, you've had enough.
Not yet. I'm okay. You'll see.|From ten steps away. One, two...
It's a cocktail|I invented myself.
No thanks.
Is he waiting for you?
Fire!
Missed.
It just caught me|off guard.
You're bleeding. Let's put|some alcohol on it. Come on.
Really, I do apologize...
You've always been|a nasty drunk.
I'm a clumsy drunk,|It's not the same.
Not for everyone.
I thought I had alcohol.
I know a better treatment.
What's that?
It's dangerous. You won't|ever forget me.
I'll risk it.
Why did you come?
I don't know. Or maybe I do.|Or maybe not.
Don't ask stupid questions.
What are you thinking about?
Another useless question.|You can never answer the truth.
I thought you could.
Is he still there?
Antoine?
Yes. Does that bother you?
I don't give a damn.
Get out of here.
I hope she'll live.|Where is she?
She's gone.
Gone? Why?
Because she's brave enough to do|what she wants when she wants.
Nice going! At least you don't|waste any time.
I don't care,|I don't give a damn...
You seem to like it.
What got into you back there?
Nothing.
Shall I wait for you|at the bus stop tomorrow?
I said I would take you with me.
You didn't mean it.
I did. You'll see.
See you tomorrow.
Let's stay together tonight.
Or else you won't take me?
Don't be a child.|That has nothing to do with it.
Then I'll see you tomorrow.
Are you taking the first bus?
I'll wait at the crossroads.|Tell the driver to stop.
Come on, stay.
Is that her?
Half past one!
Did you guys miss me?
You went dancing again?
Until now?
Tell me something...
I do have something|to tell you in fact.
I promised you a surprise.|Well, here it is.
I am writing to the Welfare|Board reporting your behavior
and am asking they take you|back at St. Mary's.
You're going back to the|orphanage
and you'll stay|until you're 21.
That's all you have to say|for yourself. Heartless girl.
I've had enough|of this menagerie.
My house isn't a circus.
Tomorrow that rabbit|will be stew.
Well, we'll see.
You're staying here.|Goodbye.
Stop it.
Fly away... and watch out|for cats.
You too... go on.
Cities aren't for rabbits,|my poor Socrates. Run!
Look, it's Juliette.|What's she doing out so early?
Come back, I'm not leaving.
Socrates, come back here.
What a dumb rabbit!
She's been snooping around town|for three days.
She asked me about you|this morning. I told her off.
I wonder what she's after?
I have an idea. You want to know|what it is?
I understood when she asked me|about...
I'd like "Home and Hearth"
Just there, behind you.
You gave me 10 francs too much.
Shameless, impolite,|and also lazy.
I was hoping to find excuses|for you,
but I help but agree|with Mrs. Morin.
- Excuses for what?|- Your behavior.
- Is it your business?|- Absolutely.
I've been put on your case|by the Welfare Board.
I'll tell them that you're|a disgrace to the orphenage.
I can't deny any of the rumors|I've heard.
My child, I think there's only|one way to save yourself.
Go see a doctor and have him|give you a certificate.
What kind of certificate?
If you're a proper young lady,|I'll give you another chance.
I didn't know love was|a disease.
Anyway, you're not at risk.|You've had your vaccine.
Your magazine. It's paid for.
What do you want?
"Le Provencal."
I want to get it myself.
I'll give it to you, but first|give me a big kiss.
We can come in as close|to the shore as 50 strokes.
Good. Have them stop the engine|in the middle of the bay.
You studied law, didn't you?
Suppose you're right and|they send the girl
back to the orphanage...
I can find out.
How can we avoid this?
It's not easy. You can't really|buy them off.
I mean legally.
There's marriage or adoption.
But that means a very close|investigation, police records,
- Integrity...|- I see.
In business, you use a dummy|and lay low.
Why not? All I care in the end|is that she stays here.
Within your reach?
There's that shipyard.
I'm going to try again.|When is that moron coming back?
Probably Sunday. It's Easter.
Did you speak to the Tardieus?
There they are. It'll be easier.
I'm getting off. Wait for me|down the road.
I saw your car yesterday.|It's a Lancia, right?
What will she do?
220 km/hr. I'll let you try it.
No kidding.
Have you changed your mind yet?
I'm stubborn.
So am I. I'll raise my offer|by a million.
There must be oil on that land.
So what?
If I sold, my father would|turn over in his grave.
Strange town. Nobody here|wants my money.
Do you know what I just|found out?
The Morins are sending Juliette|back to the orphanage.
Does that make you happy?
I wouldn't have waited a year.
She's a kid.|She likes to play games.
She likes to play house.
She needs affection.
She needs someone to understand|and to guide her.
She's leaving anyway.
We can stop it.
That wouldn't do anyone|any good.
You say we can prevent her from|going back to the orphanage?
How?
We'd need a man to sacrifice his|freedom so she can keep hers.
Marry her?
Marry Juliette?
The poor guy would never get|a hat on over his horns.
She won't find a husband here,|believe me.
How do you know?
I'd like the Daily Herald.
We only get it in the summer.
No problem. I'll come back.
It's noon... l'm locking up.
So you leave tomorrow.
Are you sad?
If you found another job,|could you stay?
Nothing can be done.
Are you going home?
No, I'm going to eat|on the jetty.
What if you got married?
Who would want me?
Wouldn't you be a good wife?
I like to have fun too much.
Anyone as pretty as you would.
I don't know. It's always as if|I'm going to die tomorrow...
Something inside me pushes me|to do silly things.
What if you were in love?|Would that make a difference?
Maybe...
I've never spoken about myself|so much.
Would you be my wife?
I'm sure I could make you happy.
No, we can't.
What are you afraid of?
Of myself.
You're no worse than|anyone else. On the contrary...
You don't know me.
I don't want you to go back|to that place.
Neither do I, Michel.
I hate to think about it;|I know it'll be awful.
I want so much for you|to be my wife.
Can you imagine your mother's|face when you tell her?
Never! She'll never be a part|of this family.
I'm 21. You can't stop me.
Never! Do you hear me? Never!
It's boiling over...
Take her if you want to...|but don't say I didn't warn you.
You're really getting married?|To whom?
Juliette.
I beg you, Michel,|think this over carefully.
That girl is like a wild animal.|She needs to be tamed.
You're not a man yet.
Ah, there you are!
If Jeanne made up her mind|about buying that motor,
we wouldn't always be late.
Excuse us.
Don't worry. Antoine|isn't even here yet.
I thought he came in yesterday.
His boss needed him at work.
He wasn't at the town hall.|He won't come.
We three have always|stuck together.
He won't come.
He was at the bus stop.|He's coming.
Michel Tardieu, do you take|as your lawful wedded wife
Juliette Christiane Hardy
in accordance with the rites|of our Holy Church?
Juliette Hardy, do you take|as your lawful wedded husband
Michel Tardieu in accordance
with the rites|of our Holy Church?
Please join your right hands.
You could have at least|stayed for dinner.
I have to be at work at 8AM|tomorrow.
Well, good luck kid.
Are you angry with him?
I hate him.
At least you're not telling me|you're still in love with him.
Look, it's Juliette.
Do the newlyweds want a drink?
Not tonight.
Why didn't you invite us|to the wedding? Are you jealous?
You better get used to sharing.
The husband's wearing horns...
Come on.
Stop it. You'll kill him.|Are you crazy?
I didn't know you were so brave.
He's crazy to fight Rene.
Can you walk?
As soon as they're back,|we'll start eating.
I think we're having chicken.
Here they are!
Michel! What happened?
Nothing.
He got into a fight.
Michel in a fight?
- We have to call a doctor.|- No.
Start eating.|I'll take care of him.
Leave us alone, Mom.|Take care of the guests.
He must have taken some beating.
I'm sure it's her fault.
They're off to a good start.
You're very handsome.|You know that?
This is the first wedding party|I've attended
without the newlyweds.
Go see if your brother|needs anything.
The door's locked.
Try to get me a thigh.
Do you think you'll be able|to love me?
I love this.
Do I have to cross the dining|room to go into the kitchen?
Yes. Are you hungry?
How is he?
All right.
Does he need anything?
I'm taking care of him.
Good night.
You're an early bird.
I hear you're leaving us.|Going back to St. Tropez?
That's right.
What attracts you to that place?
Your protege is married|from what I hear.
You know I've got nothing|against married women.
Eric, you're so cynical.
We never see you anymore.|Are you hiding?
Set the table.|The boys are coming.
I used to flirt with Rene|to that tune.
We're through, you know.
Good.
Listen to this. It's terrific.
You know, Eric's back.|His secretary has a crush on me.
He wants to take me dancing|tonight. Eric's invited you.
We can all go in his car.
You're stupid. Marriage|is not a convent.
We're not deaf.
Don't you like to go out|anymore?
I'm dying to.
I don't understand you.
I'd like to make Michel happy.
Come on, just tonight.
If I start, I won't be|able to stop.
Listen, it's Gilbert Becaud.
Then what should I tell Eric?
Tell him I don't like apples|anymore. He'll understand.
Here you go Socrates.|I thought of you.
What about me?
A whiskey.
Get me a Tellier at|the Ministry.
The ministry agrees|in principle,
but we have to move fast.
Hello... Give me|Paris Littre 12-34.
We lose our option on|the commune's land in 3 days.
I know. The trouble is news|of our plan are leaking out.
You didn't talk, did you?
I'd cut my tongue off first.
At least we would be safe.
All because 3 idiots refuse|to give up 50 yards of land.
Come in.
I told you to bring me the girl.
She didn't want to come.
You're a jackass.
If you're looking for Juliette,
she comes in here|every afternoon.
She plays songs on the jukebox.
There's a useful kid.
Give me 100 francs.
I don't have anything on me.
Mom!|Give Juliette 100 francs.
I'm not a money tree.
I'll give it back.
This month, we're in debt.
Of course, she doesn't care.
We'll worry when|there's no money left.
Why don't you work a little|for a change?
But I do work.|I work at being happy.
You're handsome. You|should smile all the time.
I wonder where she goes|every day.
You should keep an eye on her.
I hear only the sound|of your voice in the night
Let's dance together|swaying to your words of love
Slowly and again|and forever and ever
Tell me something|my sweet darling
Take me in your arms
I'd love to.
And smile
I know, in this game
You can steal my heart|and my life
But tell me something sweet
Are you happy?
Of course.
No, you aren't cut out|for this kind of life.
I know you very well, you know.
We're cast from the same mold,|you and I.
You can lie... I can't.
You'll learn.
Let me ask you again:|Are you happy?
I'm trying.
Your husband is a fool.
With a wife like you,|he should find money.
How so?
I'm offering it to him.|Why won't they sell?
I am beginning|to understand them.
As long as they own something,|they won't feel poor.
You're not stupid at all.|Of course...
It's Christopher Columbus' egg.
My mistake was to|offer them money.
I'll offer them a 30% stake|in the port's shipyard.
We'll be rich?
You'll live well.|Will I get my car?
I'm still expecting a visit.
I won't come anymore.
Don't tell me you love|your husband.
Have you ever seen him smile?
You're worth more than a smile.
Everything I love,|I've got here...
The sea, the sun, the hot sand,|music...
And eating.
One day, you'll want more.
Perhaps.
I'll wait.
When your hair turns gray,|time is no object.
Only the young are impatient.
Are you angry?
I don't like saying goodbye.
Tell me something|my sweet darling
Take me in your arms...
It's a deal...|but on one condition
I want to manage your shipyard.
It's the best way to protect|our investment.
You won't lose out.
I know how to manage a site|and I intend to make money.
You'd be coming home?
Take it or leave it.
I accept. Let's sign|the contracts right away.
I think it went pretty well.
You were amazing, Antoine.
We signed.
We're rich, Juliette.|I can buy you anything you want.
Antoine is coming home|to run the shipyard.
Say it isn't so.
It is. Everything's signed.
Antoine can't come back. I am|begging you to prevent this.
Even if I could, it's too late.|The contracts are signed.
I beg you, don't let him|come back.
There's nothing I can do, kid.|Is it that serious?
A brand new set. I'll have it|glued back together.
Your little wife seems a bit|agitated lately.
You should really take care|of her.
Don't worry. He knows exactly|how to take care of me.
At night, we're never bored.
Hey, that's rated R.|I'm still here.
I'm going to bed.
Why are you waiting|to follow her up?
Come in.
You know, the last foreman|worries me.
The books aren't adding up.
Are you sure? You have proof?
We'll get up an hour early|to take inventory
before the crew gets in.
Good night.
Are you done? You old maid.
I forbid you to laugh.
They seem to be having fun|next door.
Your turn.
Hey, it's your turn.
They stopped talking.|They have better things to do.
Shut up.
They must have taken out|some brain matter
to make you this tall.
Don't piss me off. You won't|enjoy what you'll get.
They're the ones enjoying|themselves. My trick!
Juliette was made for you.
Your brother had to marry her|to make you realize it.
See.
It's a little late to be angry,|pal.
Do what I do;|suffer with a smile.
Get the hell out.
Okay, but you owe me|2400 francs.
We weren't playing for money.
Now that you've lost,|you say that.
Fine. Now go away. I've seen|enough of you.
2400. Don't forget.
Aren't you happy?
Someone asked me that already.
If you've had enough,|just tell me.
I was beginning to love you.
So what happened?
I'm scared.
You're just a little kitten.
You have to love me very much.
I'm crazy about you.
Then tell me.
Tell me you love me, that|I'm yours, that you need me.
Kiss me, Michel.
I'm scared.
Of what?
It's difficult being happy.
Everything okay?
Just fine, sir.
I have to go away for a while.
Have a good trip.
Are you crazy?
I'm shooting bottles.
Where did you find this gun?
In the drawer. I love to shoot.|It's exciting.
I was down there.
I didn't see you.
You didn't miss me by much.
It's not funny.|I said that's enough.
It's fine to play the wild|child, but you're going too far.
If I were your husband|or your father,
I'd give you a good spanking.
Go ahead.
Enough!
What's going on?
Your sister-in-law|thought it was a good idea
to have target practice|on those bottles.
You could have injured someone.
All right, back to work...|You too.
What are you doing here?
I came to get you.|It's 6 o'clock.
Already?
Go, but please|take her with you.
How long do you think|this marriage will last?
Are you interested|in our profits
or in our family squabbles?
Both.
- Does she cry?|- Of course not.
Maybe she does when|she's alone.
She's too much of a bitch|for that.
When it comes to female|psychology, my poor boy,
you're stuck in the Stone Age.
They're gonna bawl me out.
Give me an orange.
What are you doing here?
Get out.
Finally.
Move over.
Too bad I have no one to call.
You'll have to see LeFaur|for the paint.
I also have to see the lawyer.
I won't be able to do everything|in one day.
Are you going to Marseilles?
Yes, for the day.
I'm going with you.
I'll be running all day.|You'll be bored.
You have to get up at 6 o'clock.|I'm taking the first bus.
I don't mind.
Take this to the bank tomorrow...|it's starting to come in.
- Who cares about money?|- Leave that alone.
There's no one there.
They must be deaf.
It's probably a wrong number,
since we've only had the phone|since this morning.
Carradine, you are|the incarnation of luck.
You think, your Highness?
You have money, power, women...
Tell me.
What does one have to do|to have a woman?
You're asking me?
1,800,000 francs.
With the house?
With the house.
Banco only.
It depends on the woman.|Usually it takes jewels, furs...
In extreme cases,|a little mansion.
Let's say you're passionately|in love with a woman.
One night she comes|to see you...
Instead of having her, you see|someone else marries her.
You call that luck?
No, I call it good judgement.
Perhaps.
The bus leaves in half-an-hour.
I'm sleepy.
You not coming?
I am.
See you tomorrow.
So how's everything?
Good.
Tomorrow, we'll have|the oxygen tanks.
Where's the small boat?
I don't know.
Where's the small boat?
Juliette took it.
- Are you out of your mind?|- No. Why?
The engine's faulty.|Where did she go?
Toward the Camarat lighthouse.
Stupid boat.
Damn thing. Great boat|you got here.
I have to take the boat back.
Don't leave me.
Don't leave me.
Will you get up, you wet slob.
Do you want me to carry you?
Are you going to spend|the night here?
What do you want?
You're feverish!
I think so.
I'm always scared|when I have a fever.
Stay with me.
When I'm asleep, you can go.
Don't worry.
I'm miserable.
Stop drinking.
What's he doing up in her room?
I understand everything now.
You're in love with him.|It was bound to happen.
I don't love him.
It's like a disease.
I was going to be happy|with Michel
and now everything's ruined.
You'll forget.
If only I could lie|like the others...
You'll forget.
Both in the same day.|You could have waited.
Bastard!
You have no business here.
I'm going to take judo lessons.|I'll teach you!
Anyway, she got what she wanted.
Maybe I wanted a friend.
You're not a kid anymore.
I'll make you some coffee.
You're working already?
I thought I'd find you|all asleep.
I saw the lawyer last night|after dinner,
so I took the first bus.
I don't want to go see Juliette.|She must be asleep.
I brought this for Mom.
It's just what she wanted|for her bedroom.
Where are you going?
To the yard.
It's way too early.
What's wrong with Antoine today?
I have to talk to you.
About what?
Your wife, my poor boy.
What's wrong with her?
She's fine. Come in...
It's best you know before|you make a fool of yourself.
Your brother... she's off|to a good start.
What should we do?
You have to tell her to leave.
If she makes a fuss,|tell her we'll provide for her.
But she has to leave now,|this morning.
Here, I brought this|for you.
I warned you.
Where are you going?
To find Juliette.
Don't! Please...|she'll be the end of you.
Isn't that the Esmeralda|coming in?
That's Carradine's boat.
You're lucky I stopped.
Are you hurt?
My goodness, she's smashed.
This early?
A brandy... double.
Have you seen Lucienne?
Not yet, no.
She should be here shortly.|I'm supposed to meet her.
Oh, it's awful!
Another one... a double.
Juliette almost had an accident.|She looked weird.
She went into the|"Bar des Amis."
It's none of my business, but|you shouldn't let her go there.
What are you doing here?|You should be at work.
Wait for me.|I'll be right there.
What's the matter?
I don't know.
Did something happen?
Am I crazy?|It must be the fever.
It's stupid to go swimming|this time of year.
Dying should be as easy|as swallowing this.
I've got such a hangover.
Have you seen Juliette?
I've looked everywhere.
There's a bar where|the whores go.
You can find her there.
Where?
Shit, my head is pounding.
Where is she?
At the "Bar des Amis."|Getting hammered.
Don't go.
Forget about that bitch.
I won't allow you|to call her that.
Your bitch whore.
Why whore? Did you pay|to have her?
Yes. She cost me a boat.|I wasn't insured.
What's the problem?|Do I need a shave?
You're upset with me,|aren't you?
Well, I'm glad you know.
Who told you?
Mom.
She was right to do it.
Forget her!
Yesterday she was screaming|in my arms.
Tomorrow, it'll be another.
I don't care! She's my wife.|I want her back.
I guarantee you won't leave|this place.
You're not going to stay there|all day.
Why not? Lt'll give me time|to think.
You're jealous.
You'd rather she leave|than to see her in my arms.
You're insane.
Let me through.
That stuff only works|in detective movies.
Give me the key.
Go on, give me the key.
Will you give the damn key?
Stop it!
What do you think you're|gonna do? Don't be a fool!
Enough. Cut it out.
Christian. Antoine's hurt.|In the shed.
Hello... yes, it's me.
Excuse me.
You're always typing|when I'm on the phone.
I'm listening.
I'm calling like you|asked me to.
Something happened with|her husband. I'm not sure what.
She's acting weird...
What's that noise?
It's the "Whiskey Club" band|rehearsing.
They're opening up|in a few days.
Come dance?
What's gotten into you?
Can't you see I'm having fun?
Come on. That's enough.
Do you know a place where people|just want to dance and laugh?
I'll take you there.
Is it far away?
Halfway across the world.
I'd like to stop thinking|completely...
That's why I'm here Juliette.
I'd like to speak to you.
I am begging you, stop!
Stop it.
Juliette, please.
Don't move.
You fool! Can't you see|she loves you.
You're lucky. You only made|a hole in my shirt.
What's going on?
Come with me.
What got into you?|Are you mad?
I can't drive.
I'll take you to a doctor.
Not here.|They'd tell the police.
And the police don't know|anything about love.
I have a friend who's a surgeon|in Nice.
Very clever.
No one is clever today.|Not even you.
Why?
You missed your only chance|to take her away.
I know.
You're no good at playing|Santa Claus.
I'd rather play Santa Claus|than a puppet.
That girl is made to destroy men.
Are you afraid?
Maybe for the first time|in my life.
Poor Michel. He played|"loser wins" with you.
He's young. He might recover.
But you're leaving St. Tropez.
I know what I have to do.
Let me give you some advice.
Don't ever forget that|I'm the boss.
I've broken much stronger men|than you.
Let's get out of here. I don't|want to die in this wreck.
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