Beating Of The Butterflys Wings The 2000
You have a friendly face.
What about me? Do I have a friendly face?
You have a nice smile.
I smile less and less.
You like to laugh. That's obvious.
On your way to work?
- What do you do? - I'm a salesgirl.
- In what? - Household appliances.
Are you single?
What shampoo do you use?
I'm not prying, but I have this questionnaire.
For a survey.
Gotta earn a living.
I don't care which.
We'll put "frequent use."
What's your name?
Your date of birth, too.
March 1 1 , 1977.
I just read something on Pisces.
Here it is... Pisces.
"The effects of the full moon
on your love life will be devastating."
"You will cross paths with your soul mate."
"Love is around the corner."
You're going to meet true love today!
Because of the full moon.
Tonight's the full moon.
You can't stay here.
You nuts? I'm sick.
- I'm dying. - Yeah, right.
Carry it on your conscience, bitch!
Move it, I said.
- This'll bring you bad luck. - Right.
- I'm going to die. - But not here.
- Bitch! - Go croak somewhere else.
- But the full moon was last night. - Really?
You believe this horoscope stuff?
- I was born March 1 1 , 1977, too. - Really?
Read me the rest?
"You will cross paths with your soul mate.
Love is around the corner.
"Venus will slightly delay your meeting.
Your true love is within reach.
Don't let him or her get away."
Look at that star.
That's the planet Venus.
If you get lost during the night, it will showyou the way.
You won $2,000, so buy us drinks.
That's nothing to sneeze at!
Buy one last round.
You can sure afford it.
He always was cheap.
Mommy, I have to pee.
Go in the ditch there.
What is it, honey?
I saw Daddy. He's dead!
What are you saying?
His head's bleeding.
It was just a bad dream.
- What is it? - He had a nightmare.
Daddy's fine. He's home.
He's in Paris.
He's dead. I saw him.
Stop saying that!
This is Richard and Marie.
We're not in right now.
Please leave a message.
- Well? - No one.
At this time of night? It's weird.
I'll call as soon as I get to Paris.
It's me again. I don't knowwhere you are...
I arrive tomorrow on the 1 1 :45 a.m. train.
Don't make a face.
It's better this way.
You can tell her everything.
This couldn't go on.
And quit smoking. It's annoying.
You believe this horoscope stuff?
What's with him?
- He sick? - I think so.
The guy's dying and you just sit there.
- You do nothing! - I am, I am...
But I am.
Shit, you're creepy. Move, do something!
No, he isn't. He's moaning.
I don't knowwhat.
Out of the way. Let me!
Go get help, quick.
If you're afraid to tell her, write it out first.
- All right, already. - What are you doing?
Not on the ground!
If everyone did that...
Use the trash outside.
We have lots to share.
Without me you'd still be littering.
It starts with hypothermia.
They wait for the subway to open.
Then inside they get too hot, and they collapse.
Nice of you to wait with me.
Not late for anything, I hope?
- Don't you have a job? - Sure.
I'm a lawyer.
I'm defending a terrorist in a bombing.
It was in the papers.
Hurry up! There's a man dying!
You can't smoke here.
- What is this? - Put out that cigarette!
Right now, please!
But I'm the one who called you!
I've still got time. I'll go have a coffee.
I've got to be going.
See you later.
I'll wait for you in the park.
Don't make such a face!
I love you.
- Is Mrs. Viennot in? - She just stepped out.
You know for how long?
An hour or two maybe.
Then I'll wait here.
What's an hour or two?
What's it about?
A job as museum guard.
I had an appointment.
If you want, I can handle that.
My name is Luc Gosener. G-O-S-E-N-E-R.
My mother is a friend of Mrs. Viennot.
Are you available as of 3:00 p.m. today?
There's a position at the Zadkin Museum.
I have the job?
Just like that?
No interview, nothing?
I prepared. Amazing!
- Find that strange? - Why not?
I mean it.
- For what? - Being late.
It's 10:50. I was due at 10.
- It's all right. - It's not.
I want you to know I'm serious.
I left the house on time, about 9:30, even ahead of time.
I took the subway.
I was waiting for a train...
And I saw a bum sitting near me, sleeping, or dozing,
next to a man, a perfectly normal-looking commuter.
And suddenly the bum collapsed...
Just like that.
The man next to him did nothing.
He just looked at him.
So I went and took the bum's pulse.
He was still alive, but his heartbeat was weak.
I immediately diagnosed hypothermia.
I shouted for someone to call the emergency squad.
Everybody just looked at me, staring wide-eyed!
Finally an agent arrived.
I did some C.P.R., made sure he wouldn't swallow his tongue.
And we waited.
I'm revolted by some people's behavior.
A guy's dying and they do nothing!
I'm not telling you this as an excuse.
It's just so you know who I am.
It's a good thing I'm late.
A good deed is always rewarded.
Otherwise I might've been on time
and might not have gotten the job.
Who knows? lsn't that so?
- Nice name. - I had nothing to do with it.
You're my lucky star, Julie.
I'd like to take you out for coffee.
At noon. Across the street.
What'll you have?
Coffee and a brandy, please.
Why'd you say hello? Know him?
No. So what?
Do you have to know someone to say hello?
People forget their manners.
I feel like saying hello, so I do.
What's the harm?
Give me a coffee, too.
You're waiting for someone...
So am l.
A young woman. Her name's Julie.
I work for the city.
I hire for the Paris museums.
She applied for a job this morning.
We hit it off, so I asked her out for coffee.
A charming young woman, the pensive sort.
She's very vulnerable,
someone not made for the cruel modern world.
I hired her as a guard.
It's her first job.
Her mother can't support her anymore...
What's going on?
Look, I'm leaving you.
We fell out of love years ago.
We stay together out of habit.
You tell me that here?
Where should I tell you?
Sure, a station's a place to say, "l love you."
But "l don't love you anymore?"
You sound like you're reading lines.
But it's true.
I just want things to change, before it's too late.
I don't want to.
I don't want to lose you, and end up alone.
I didn't mean to make you cry.
I just want things to change.
I can't go on like this.
- You agree with me, no? - Sure!
I'm such a dope... There's another woman.
Say it instead of lying.
Yes, there's another woman.
A woman who loves me, and can't stand this situation.
She asked me to tell you today.
I don't believe it!
You didn't even decide it yourself?
You're such a coward, you make me sick!
You poor jerk!
I chose one... the Zadkin Museum.
With a garden. Peaceful.
Sorry, not interested.
I'm the one who's sorry. I disturbed your thoughts.
That's right. You did.
Coffee comes with chocolate now?
That's nice. But you can keep it.
You don't want it?
It's Swiss dark chocolate.
But we're going to stop.
Only half the customers eat it.
"lf he eats his chocolate, I tell Marie everything."
Get out of my sight!
- Why? - Get out of my sight!
He skipped on the bill.
Shit, I didn't see a thing!
The guy's a pro.
Relax, I got him memorized.
If I see him again, I'll corner him, get him to pay you.
I keep a lighter in my pocket.
I don't smoke, I use it as brass knuckles.
- Skip it. - Don't pay for him!
I've got a philosophy.
So have l.
Coffee and brandy, how much?
Think I'm out 5 bucks?
Wrong, fella. Dead wrong.
It's more like I got a $5 credit line.
What's the chance you'll die of a bee sting?
3 million to 1 chance.
Better odds than winning the lottery.
Think the lottery's just chance?
Sure, there are guys who wipe their ass with $100 bills.
Only because they deserve it.
Assholes win, too.
I wouldn't want to be in their shoes.
It could be risky.
Admit you got screwed.
Don't believe me?
I'll prove I'm right.
"20%%% discount on all household appliances."
You think I lost $5?
Don't make me laugh!
With this coupon I can get huge savings.
Say I want to buy...
I don't know...
What can I buy?
A fridge, for $300.
20%%% off is how much?
3 times 20...
- Lemme figure... - $60.
5 times the outlay.
What do you say now?
What are you doing? Keep it.
This way, I keep the ball rolling.
I rack up points. I get a bonus.
I couldn't tell her. I didn't have the guts.
I don't love you enough...
Enough to hurt her like that.
I'd rather lose you.
"lf he scores, I tell Elsa everything."
- You sure you'll score? - Yeah.
On the next throw...
Do me a favor?
Would you mind missing?
Howwould that be a favor?
See the man sitting...
I feel sure this man has decided to play his fate
on that little pebble.
I'd really like to see what happens if you miss.
- Well? - I told her everything.
I'm so happy.
It's a lovely day, a day to be remembered.
We've altered the course of fate,
Iike a grain of sand that jams the works.
You must take me for an old nut who talks a lot of rot.
You're partly right, but only partly.
Listen to me, there's not a gesture,
even the most insignificant, that can't change the world.
That man there decided to lie to his mistress
Iike he lied to his wife
on the simple toss of a pebble.
You see, every detail, every gesture,
as slight as it may be, reveals an infinity of truths
and thus has an endless repercussion
and grandiose effects.
You only have to piss in the sea to make the ocean rise.
Don't they say the beating of a butterfly's wings
over the Atlantic can cause a hurricane in the Pacific?
So feel free sometimes to do something stupid,
random and ludicrous.
That stupid, random and ludicrous act
can upset the order of the world.
Seen Mrs. Viennot?
Yes. Don't worry.
I start this afternoon.
I don't mean to scare you but as of next month,
I can't give you money.
I can't pay your rent, understand?
You're on your own now.
I can't deal with you, your grandmother and my work.
I have to think about myself.
I love you both but I need to live for myself...
- Howyou've grown! - Hello, Granny.
He's 30. He stopped growing.
Then I've shrunk.
I'm so glad to see you.
It's been so long.
Why do you never visit?
Because he failed his driving test.
- You failed? - A long time ago.
- Take it again. - I can't afford it.
Let him talk.
I rarely see him and you talk for him.
I hope you didn't make lunch.
I go back to work at 2:30.
Remember? I told you.
Yes, you did.
Don't go batty on me.
The table's set for some friends coming by.
You don't knowthem.
Will you have coffee?
I have a surprise for you.
- Why'd you buy this? - It's for Luc.
He visits 3 times a year!
- Look... - Yes, and...
Why doesn't it work?
Old ladies always get cheated.
Take it back and give them hell.
Come with me?
You got swindled, you handle it.
Go on. You'll get some exercise.
I don't have much time left.
You're my favorite, so I'll let you in on a secret.
See the milk carton...
When I go, you'll know.
You'll come over and take it all without telling anyone.
Everything here is yours.
It won't be long now.
Get ready, Luc. We're going.
I made you macaroons.
Don't let your mother see. Hide them.
Macaroons Granny made me.
The old lady's losing her marbles.
She's really useless.
"Last chance to enjoy our special offer.
"20%%% off all household appliances!"
Can I help you?
No... just looking.
Don't bother with that customer. You're green.
Don't bother. Learn to size people up.
I've learned in 10 years on the job.
That guy's the example of the customer who never buys.
A bad customer.
Did you see his teeth?
Absolutely no dental hygiene.
Dirty hair, unwashed.
It's a weekday, 2 p.m. So he's probably unemployed.
$300 unemployment, plus $300 disability.
But there's a good category of jobless:
the guy who watches TV all day and nibbles is good for us?
That's not him. Do you understand?
See the elbows of his jacket? Completely shiny.
Picture him: he's at the bar.
He broods and broods.
It wears and wears.
He drinks and drinks.
He drinks to forget,
his buying power is spent on drinks.
I can judge people now.
But it doesn't work!
I bought it for my grandson.
I'm telling you it didn't turn on.
It's brand new!
I still have the guarantee.
It's expired, Ma'am, and this coffee maker functions.
- Then what do I do? - Read the instructions.
Just listening, that's all.
- Listening to what? - Your conversation.
It's wrong to torment her.
- Give her a new one! - Let's calm down.
No point getting excited...
What's it cost you to replace it?
You don't scare me.
I can stand here for hours.
So can l.
Where are we going?
- Stay here. - Why?
Just wait for me.
What do I do?
It lasts longer.
It's set at 15 bars.
- What's a bar? - A measure of pressure.
You need pressure to make espresso.
I don't like this brand.
It's guaranteed a year. We can make you...
- Me? - No, you.
You see that?
This one's guaranteed for 3 years.
- Did you find him? - I did.
And you let him go?
I don't believe this...
Change jobs, girl.
Get your things.
In the staff room.
- I'll think it over. - Just put it here.
Here, it's all yours!
Keep your damn coffee maker!
She lost her job because of you.
You wanted to play Robin Hood.
A good deed can backfire.
He had no right to do that.
- I'll go back and explain. - Don't bother, it's too late.
She says it's too late.
Her boss got angry. It's normal.
She's not cut out for that job.
She can't sell coffee makers.
I'd like to give it to you.
I don't want it.
It can't replace a job, OK.
But it's something, so you'll remember me kindly.
Mr. Gosener, you may not read, smoke or go outdoors while on duty.
You can use the restroom once every 4 hours.
You're off-duty at 8 p.m.
Here comes the curator to welcome you.
Madam, this is Mr. Gosener.
What are you doing?
I forgot my keys and my friend's not home from work yet.
You can't wait out there!
- We'll have some tea. - No, thanks.
I love young people.
I often meet your partner when I take the garbage down.
You make a nice couple.
We're just roommates.
Sure, I was AC/DC once.
It's fine when you're young.
Have you been together long?
I said, we're roommates!
In my day, you had to be discreet.
I married, like everyone then.
He was a handsome young man, he looked like a pop singer.
He died 10 years ago.
Or was it 15?
I keep chasing after memories.
He got hit by a bus.
He died a year later, after terrible suffering.
Those rap singers are magnificent!
I adore their thick, creased necks.
It's so virile-looking.
I'll do your tarot cards.
I love reading the future.
I see something...
I need to move around.
What will we get?
- What did you want? - Whatever you like.
I love strawberries.
Strawberry pie for four.
- How much? - $10.
Remember in the park?
I said it was a day to remember.
I took the pebble as a memento.
Isn't it sweet?
It's so white.
I'll keep it all my life.
Why a pie for four?
I forgot to tell you.
We're eating at my parents.
Obviously, they knew I had someone,
but obviously I didn't say you're married.
But nowwe're sort of official, right?
They'll be glad to meet you.
We're going tonight?
Obviously, they're expecting us.
- They knowwe're coming? - Obviously.
You didn't hear.
I phoned while you were in the shower.
Isn't it annoying that I say "obviously" so much?
That's all I say.
You should call me on it.
What else could I say?
Look, Elsa, I have to tell you...
My God, do you see that?
Did you see that?
I'm so happy!
You can't imagine!
I saw Frank again.
I mean, I'm seeing him tonight.
- Who's that? - You know, Frank!
I told you about him lots of times.
The guy I met 10 years ago.
We were madly in love.
We spent 2 years together.
We split up over something stupid.
Then I saw him totally by chance.
Like in a movie!
Let me tell you the story. It's wild!
How are you?
I've got your pictures.
I don't believe this!
I know him! It's Frank!
Hurry up, the guy's about to croak!
What are you doing?
It's for you. Personal.
Stephanie? I don't believe it!
We're meeting tonight for dinner.
Nothing like this ever happened to me!
Can you sleep somewhere else?
- Like where? - A hotel.
Why should l?
This place is tiny.
If we come back here, three's a crowd.
I'm going home.
- Where? - To my mom's.
Take the 10 p.m. train, you'll be there at 1 1 :30.
Good idea going home to your folks.
What about your job?
I got fired.
All the more reason to go see your mom.
You'll be able to unwind.
Want me to help you pack?
- Where to? - The station.
My train's in 4 hours!
You can get a cup of coffee.
I see what you're up to, you know.
You just want me out of here.
You're really low.
Think I want to watch you guys make out?
I'm out of here!
And I won't be back.
Don't take it that way!
- You're not French? - What?
I'm in art school here.
Mom? It's me.
Yes, your daughter.
I'll be home tonight.
Sorry to disturb you, folks.
I'm just out of the hospital.
It isn't my fault.
I'm selling metro station guides.
Published by "The ltinerant." It's $1 .50.
If you can't buy one, then how 'bout some change,
or a meal ticket to help me stay clean...
to sleep in a bed...
If you can't spare any money, gimme a smile.
I shoulda stayed in the hospital.
What dirty mugs...
A smile, get it? A smile.
Think you make me want to smile?
With your filth, your stink, your shit!
Why smile at a sight like you?
- Keep the change. - Have a nice day.
Why look at me like that?
Do I bother you?
Your behavior bothers me.
If you like smiling at poverty, go ahead!
Bunch of jerks!
I can't come to the cafe with you.
I would have loved to.
I've never been to art school.
I'm a museum guard.
I'm paid to sit around on those dumb chairs,
bored stiff, wasting my time, wasting my life.
I didn't want to lie to you.
I don't understand.
Where were you?
The men's room.
I'm sure you went outside.
How can you be so sure?
Look in your hair.
This won't be tolerated.
I'm notifying the curator.
You're accused of striking an officer.
Why did you do it?
I didn't do nothing, Ma'am.
I saved a poor bum about to croak.
The cops, instead of taking him to the hospital,
pull me in for smoking in the subway.
Sure I got a little worked up, but it isn't my fault.
Let me explain.
It's 'cause of a guy, one single guy!
It's this dude's fault.
He just sat there doing nothing.
I swear, all by himself...
Like the whole world could have croaked around him!
I should have hit him, not the cops.
That's it, Ma'am, it isn't my fault.
I swear, what do you do with guys like that?
I didn't do nothing.
That's all I got to say.
You'll stand trial next week.
Meanwhile, you're free to go.
We forgot flowers.
I hate coming empty-handed.
Be right back!
What're you thinking about?
Lots of things.
Thinking about me?
Sure, you most of all.
How's my sweetie?
Here he is.
- Pleased to meet you. - Richard...
Dad not home?
He's at the bar.
Sorry, I didn't see you.
I'm the one who's sorry.
- What'll it be? - Coffee.
It's going to rain.
No more sunshine.
What about the sun?
Rain and more rain.
You want the trees to wither and die,
shrivel under the ultra-violets?
You want skin cancer?
- Read your palm? - No way!
You're like me.
You keep quiet but your mind's working.
Like me, you expect nothing more from life.
You feel alone and abandoned.
I'm by your side.
An old jerk 30 feet from you that you never saw or heard,
is thinking about you.
Love, luck, fortune...
If you could read the future,
you'd have predicted your sorry fate.
Now beat it!
Luck, love, fortune...
No, thanks. Love and all that...
- I already heard. - Show palm.
No, I said.
No, I work here.
I'm not a customer.
Not want to know?
I know my fate.
I heard today's horoscope.
The restaurant's been closed for ages.
It's a wild story.
It's a story about...
No, it's too long, I don't have time.
It could make a good movie.
I'll have sweet vermouth, too.
Marc, my husband.
- Can I close the door? - Sure.
I'm not eating.
I'll just have tea.
I'm waiting for someone across the street.
"Your attention, please.
"Due to a suspicious package, this train will skip the next stop."
I don't knowwhy she waited till tonight to showyou off.
Isn't he handsome?
He sure is.
Show me your hands.
I first need to look at a man's hands.
Well, I don't.
I need my glasses.
Where're my glasses?
In your bedroom.
No, they're in the kitchen.
What am I supposed to say to him?
I'm hungry. I wish we'd eat.
- Excuse me? - What?
I said "excuse me" because...
I didn't hear what you said.
Just talking to myself.
No need to answer.
- Where's Rue Senard? - How should I know!
So this is the one who's so handsome,
so funny, so charming.
Looks like he's bored shitless.
More than bored, he looks miserable.
He looks so miserable that I almost like him.
Something to drink?
I asked you earlier.
I went in the kitchen and prepared you a little...
Damn! I'm out of cigarettes.
Any tobacconist open?
The local one's closed.
- The cafe? - He sells cigarettes.
Since you're going, get me a pack of lights.
- I'll give you money. - Don't bother.
- Hurry back. - Just be a sec, don't worry.
Be right back.
I can't believe it!
You can't do this...
Did you give him the door code at least?
Give this to that man?
- Buy me one? - She's nuts!
Try that one.
From the girl over there.
You're a gentleman, not like him.
- What do you do? - I'm in the restaurant business.
What sort of restaurant?
Don't say you're ltalian!
Not working tonight?
I took the night off.
Business is bad.
- And I knewwe'd meet. - What?
What's your line?
I do surveillance work.
- You seem surprised. - A bit.
I haven't done it all my life.
I worked for a dry cleaner, but the place folded.
Some Chinese bought it out.
The Chinese work around the clock.
They have a different attitude.
At least they don't bug us, unlike the Arabs.
We like to have fun.
Slitting girls' throats?
It's awful what goes on in Algeria.
- You Algerian? - Yeah.
I'm just teasing you a bit, but I'm not mean.
I'm a nice girl, you'll see.
Give me change for an instant lottery?
He's swiping my bag!
I almost ran him over!
Good thing he's wearing yellow.
What does life boil down to?
Mine boils down to 3 things:
a clothespin, a kiwi, a faucet joint.
I'm going out to look for him!
What can be taking him so long?
I wish I were like you.
I wish I were a dog.
You're making me lose.
You're bad luck.
Give me another $3.
Did a man come in for cigarettes a half-hour ago?
I see thousands of people a day.
He'd have to have something special for me to notice a guy.
Give me a pack of lights.
He looks like...
He looks like he's not where he should be.
It was way back, at least 30 years ago.
I lived in a small place on the fifth floor.
I was hanging out laundry over the courtyard.
The clothespin broke, my underwear fell below.
To get it back, I had to go through the ground floor flat.
Which I did.
That's where I met my wife.
We married, had a kid.
When my son was 15, he became a motor-cross freak.
We took him to races.
Once, just before a race, my wife bought some kiwis.
This was before they were popular.
I ate one, it made me sick.
We called the doctor, he said it was an allergy.
The next day, I couldn't take my son.
So my wife drove him.
They had an accident.
My son was killed instantly.
My wife survived.
She always blamed me for his death.
She left me.
I went into a depression.
I lost my job.
So I decided to end it all.
I had lots of pills...
I knewthat if I took 10 grams of aspirin and two antidepressants,
that would do it.
I stuffed them all in my mouth
and went to the sink for a glass of water.
But as I later learned,
there was a leak because of a bad joint,
and the mains were turned off.
So there I was with a mouthful of pills
and not a drop of water!
So I drank some oil I found in the cupboard.
I threw it all up, naturally.
So there's no such thing as chance.
I don't believe this!
I don't care anyhow!
I won $15!
I did what I had to do.
That way I keep the ball rolling, see?
I rack up points. I get a bonus.
It's for you.
Because I want to win the lottery.
- What's wrong? - Careful, it hurts.
I cut my eyebrow. They stitched me up.
I knew it!
Our son had a bad dream last night.
Little sister, bring me my bag.
Praise God, you're back with us.
Look at this sand, Sonia.
I brought it from home, from the desert.
it will bring you luck.
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