Belle Epoque CD1
In the winter of 1930,...
...after the failure...
...of the antimonarchical|rebellion in Jaca,...
...a young soldier|left his barracks and,...
...as a deserter,|wandered the countryside,...
...trying to lead|his own life.
February, 1931.|Somewhere in Spain.
I was just...
Where are you going?
Answer the sergeant.
- Where are you going?|- I don't know.
Long live Galán|and García Hernández!
He's with the Jaca lot.
Didn't you hear him?
- Were you stationed in Jaca?|- No, sir.
I support the Republic.
I don't understand this.|A Republican with the Bible.
Shall we let him go?
- What if the Republic wins?|- It's still the fatherland.
The fatherland|is the government.
And the government may change.
The sooner we serve|the likely winner...
We must respect|the established order.
That's what the law says.
And in the 1854 revolution,...
...our founder,|the Marquis of Ahumada,...
...was thrown out|for defending the government.
The Civil Guard stay out|of politics. The chief says so.
Yeah, and pigs can fly.
Whoever invented tobacco...
...should have been hung|on a meat hook,...
...with a weight on his feet.
Health and the Republic.
What are you doing?
I'm free to go?
Trust your father-in-law,|dammit!
I'll be court-martialed!
You certainly will be|if you don't put your gun down.
Fuck it, Juan, I'll shoot!
You'd shoot|your children's grandfather?
I'll do it!
You haven't the balls.
The bastard shot me!
Can you hear me?
I've killed him!
I've killed him!
And now what?
What am I going|to tell my wife?
I want to die!
I want to die!
I'll kill myself!
That man was kindness itself.
And it was all over nothing.
It was all over nothing!
Fuck all the laws!
And fuck the goddam|public order!
And the Marquis of Ahumada,|and the Holy Virgin as well!
- Any whores here?|- Yeah, there's one.
And she's terrific.
And how much is it...
...for the night?
That's asking a lot.
Talk to Polonia.
- Sixty.|- I pass.
May I come in?
Why do you all keep|coming upstairs?
I've told you not to.
They told me|to ask for Polonia.
What is it, son?
How much is it|for the whole night?
For handsome boys,|ten pesetas.
But you'll have to wait|till after midnight.
Because we get customers|until then.
- Come on.|- What time is it?
- Are we playing or not?|- I'm coming.
It's almost nine.|Have you eaten?
You can have some rabbit|while you're waiting.
My niece won't miss out on|a young man like you.
Go on, sit down, love.
Where are you going?
Make room for the boy!
- Cold, isn't it?|- Well, it's winter.
This just won't do.|Either we play or we don't.
Excuse me.|Don Luis, an extreme unction.
Just a minute.
- What about the game?|- I'm sorry, but you heard.
And as sheriff, I have|to accompany Don Luis.
I don't believe it, Don Luis.|You in a brothel!
Precisely. Where there is sin,|that's where I must be.
- Why did you bring Holy Joe?|- He came along.
Who's dying anyway?
Prudencio. The mule kicked|his brains out.
Man's days are numbered.
It'd make you believe in God.|When the priest's winning...
...Divine Providence sends|a viaticum,...
...and he splits|with the money.
What's the difference?
Viaticum is giving|the Eucharist.
Extreme unction is applying|holy oils.
Wet your whistle.
He knows a lot|about the Church.
Maybe he can play cards.
Well, sort of.
All the better for us.|Come on.
Eat up and we'll play.
What the hell's that?
- What did you do, you rascal?|- Nothing, honest.
I deserted.|I was stationed in Madrid.
Just look in my case!
The de Valera version!|Are you a Protestant?
No, sir. Agnostic.
Right, come on, son.
You come home with me.
- I'll get those off.|- Listen.
Encarna will be waiting|for you.
I'm sorry about the sergeant.
This discipline business|is shit.
If you accept it,...
...discipline can make you|kill your mother if need be.
- The guard said that.|- Brave animal.
But one thing,|he did sing very well.
Flamenco, I mean...
As for me,...
...I've had three great|frustrations in my lifetime.
- I see you've got the knack.|- So so.
Three frustrations|which embittered my life.
It looks good.
In the seminary they called|it divine.
Were you a cook there?
If you're on a scholarship|you have to work as well.
And as I was a good cook...
What about your frustrations?
The first was not being born|among heathens.
Because with baptism|you're ruined forever.
Don't you priests say|that baptism...
...Ieaves an indelible mark|on the soul?
I only spent six years|in the seminary.
Second, because of my feet,|I wasn't called up.
So I couldn't desert.|Come on, drink up.
You should get rid|of the uniform and the bugle.
Burn them now.
They'll give you away.
They're not mine,|I have to return them.
A very honorable decision.
How will you return them?
No. When we have a Republic.
...your third frustration?
It's something awful.
It so happens that I can|only get it up with my wife.
So I can't cheat...
...on our marriage.
You see the paradox.
As I couldn't rebel against|the church or the army,...
...or matrimony,|which, after banking,...
...are the most reactionary|institutions around,...
...here I am,|a rebel, an infidel,...
...and a libertine|by nature,...
...Iiving like|a scared old bourgeois.
This is the best damn cod|I've tasted in my life.
Come in, come in.
It's better if you sleep here,|there's a stove.
- Wherever you say, sir.|- Enough of that.
Don't be so formal!
Throw a bit of wood|in the stove.
What's this?|Are we sleeping together?
If you want to sleep alone,|go to another room.
But believe me,|this house is an icebox.
...you can read me to sleep.
You wouldn't be queer?
No, nothing like that.
I told you.|Except with my wife,...
...I'm totally impotent.
It may be my age.
The insomnia, I mean.
Read me something|from the Bible.
The Old or New Testament?
I don't care.|It's just to fall sleep.
Read the page it opens at,|like the English do.
" Because the fate of the sons|of men and of beasts...
...is the selfsame fate.
The first die,|and the others too."
Hell, it's Ecclesiastes.|We're doing well.
" And the others die too,...
...and both have|the selfsame breath.
Man has no advantage over|the beast, for all is vanity.
Both go to the same place.
Both come from the dust|and to dust both return.
Who knows if the spirit|of man mounts upward,...
...or that of the beast|goes into the earth?"
Ah, there's the rub.
" I see there is no happiness|for man...
...but to be happy in his work,|for that is his lot.
Who then can bring him to see|what will happen after him?"
- Morning, Don Manolo.|- Hello, Palomo.
What's the damn mayor|doing here?
He's waiting|for the carnival band.
What a country, Fernando.
Spain is on the verge|of a new era,...
...and we've got carnivals.
Morning, Don Manolo.
Really, Fernando,|I'm sorry you're leaving.
I had to go some day.
What I mean is,...
...it's not just that|I've eaten well,...
...and had someone|to chat with.
I wouldn't have minded|if you'd stayed.
But now, with my daughters,|it's different.
- You understand my position.|- Of course.
It's just that,|as I never had any sons...
Well, I guess|I got fond of you.
And I of you.
Write as soon as you have|an address.
There it is.
- Mine or your daughters'?|- We'll see.
- No, really, I don't need it.|- Come on, take it.
It's the Madrid train.
There they are!
Well, as they say,...
...Health and the Republic.
The best of luck to you!
- Violeta!|- Dad! How are you?
How handsome you look!
You're the ones|who look beautiful.
Luz! Give me a kiss.
Just look at him,|a real mess.
Don't start nagging.
I smell anisette.
She's just like your mother.
Get your cases|and we'll go home.
- Who's this?|- He's a friend.
But he's off to Madrid.|' Bye, Fernando.
Come, the buggy's outside.
Why did you decide|to come all of a sudden?
Haven't you heard the news?
Madrid is awful.|Strikes, fighting, shooting.
Well, the paper gets here|three days late.
- Anything else?|- No, that's all.
Just as well. So much shit...
- You fixed it?|- Yeah, it was blocked.
You can wear Mother's|dress.
Are you fed up cleaning?|Come on, lend me a hand.
- Anyway I'm not going.|- Why not?
I don't dance to minstrels.
And the men here are brutes.
They love to pull a plough|into the dance and ruin it.
Dad told us, remember?
- Talk of the devil.|- Open the door, Luz.
It's always me!
The boy from the station!
I missed the train.
- Is Manolo in?|- No, but he won't be long.
Go up that way.
Luz, who was it?
Clara, this boy has come...
...to see Dad.
Am I bothering you?
No, not at all.|Come in.
Carnival starts tomorrow...
He was at the station,|he missed the train.
I went to the village,...
...but there's no inn there.
And, as I'd stayed here|with Manolo, I thought,...
No, I was stationed|at the Madrid aerodrome.
Galán and García Hernández|were shot the 1 4th,...
...but the uprising went on|and the radio announced,...
..."The Republic proclaimed|in Madrid. Play reveille."
And as I was bugler,|I played it.
- Play it now!|- lgnore her. Go on.
The planes flew over Madrid,|but nothing was happening.
And Ramón Franco|wouldn't bomb the Palace,...
...because he saw children...
...playing near there.
When did you escape?
As the Government troops|were arriving.
I saw our leaders|taking planes to Portugal,...
...so I changed clothes,|got my case and ran for it.
Where did you go?
To the mountains.
I was there over a month.
What did you eat?
Whatever I found.
Especially cabbage.|A lot of cabbage.
From the gardens.|What about sleeping?
Where I could.|Often in churches.
I'd hide until they locked up,|then lie on a bench,...
...and keep warm with candles.
Where were you going?
To stow away to America.
- A good thing you met Dad.|- Come on, play something.
Do you think a bugle|is like a saxophone?
Anyway, he's eating.
No, I don't mind.
The usual reveille|or the fancy one?
So then I said to Unamuno,...
..."No, Don Miguel,|you're mistaken".
And you know what he's like,|don't you?
Imagine how he reacted.
I can just imagine.|When did he last write to you?
That, my dear Luis,|is the fucking seminarian.
He hung around when he got|a whiff of my girls' pussies.
Good God, man!
- Beautiful!|- And so lively!
- It was lovely!|- And what lungs!
- Good evening!|- Hello, Dad. Look who's here.
You missed the train.|Am I right?
- How are you, Don Luis?|- Not as well as you girls.
You get prettier every day.
What smells so good?
Fernando is a wonderful cook.
I knew that already.
Health and the Republic, son.|Thank God you didn't leave.
What is it?
I went to the village,...
...but there's no inn.
You could have gone|to Polonia's place.
How could he go to that dump?
I forgot about that.
Encarna's there. She's probably|still waiting for you.
Are you all ready?
Look's like we're in for|a musical night.
It's the teacher!
These are the melodies|which King David would sing...
...to the pretty girls,|and now we sing them to you.
Awaken, my love, awaken,...
...Iook, the dawn is here.
The little birds are singing,|and the moon has hid her face.
Son, they're going inside.
Can we come in?|I'm with my mother.
I swear, that boy gets crazier|every day.
That often happens to teachers.
It's working with children|that does it.
Come in.|How are you, Doña Asun?
Awful, my dear. Just awful.
Now the guards are committing|suicide. Two at a time!
These are bad times|for decent people.
Weren't you in mourning?
Mourning is carried|in the heart, Doña Asun.
I don't speak to you.|Long live Christ the King!
So say l. So say l.
How can you receive a priest|like him in this house?
- Where were we?|- The bracelet, Mother.
You've got it out?|Give it to her, then.
Not like that!|You must speak first.
Well, I must say|I would have preferred...
...a Carlist family,|but still,...
...Republicans are better|than Borbons.
Get to the point, Mother.
As Juanito is an only child,...
...I tend to spoil him,|so here we are.
I know, the door!
May I have another drink?
When he heard|the girls were here,...
...he washed his feet|and said to me, " Mother,...
...as the band is here,|we'll serenade Manolo's house.
Then we'll ask for her hand."
My girl friend's.
You never said anything.
What was there to say?
My grandmother got engaged|with that bracelet,...
...and my mother and l.
Did you tell her|I'll be living with you?
Later, Mother.|Do you like it?
Yes, it's really beautiful.
You really want...
...to marry him?
I don't know.
When did we ever talk|about getting married?
- I wrote it to you in a poem!|- You don't love him?
Thank you, my dear.
Come on. Who's better|for you than your mother?
No, Mother. Wait!
It's not my fault, it's lust.|He's blinded by lust.
They burned the church!
The sexton's gone crazy!|He's burned the church!
Damn him to...|Where's my beret?
What came over him?
I bet this heretic priest|put him up to it!
For Christ's sake!
I wouldn't give him a raise,...
...and so he's decided|to become an anarchist.
- Let's go, Juanito.|- Where?
To the church, in atonement.
Rocio, tell her we're engaged!
Tell her how we fell in love|last summer fishing crabs!
- Careful, there's a loose step.|- I see it.
You'll be real comfortable.
They're made of maize leaves.|They're so soft.
Give me the sheets.
Did you see that fool?
There's nothing between you?
We're just good friends.
Well, last summer we fooled|around a bit, that's all.
The summer's|real good fun here.
I mean, if you'd come in summer|it would have been different.
We come here every year.
What do you do?
Lots of things.
We go on excursions,|have picnics,...
...swim in the river.
And fish crabs.
Don't be dirty-minded.
Juanito's nothing to me.
But, because he's so rich,|he thinks we're all after him.
Pass me the heater.
You're going to be so warm.
What do you want|for breakfast?
- I'll make breakfast.|- Oh, that's right.
We're useless at cooking.|Dad must have told you.
What will you do?
For breakfast, I mean.
Do you like fried bread?
More than anything.
If I come in summer,|can we go to the river?
To fish crabs?
If you want.
What are you doing?
See you in the morning.
I nearly forgot.|Just in case you need it.
No, really, I mean it...
Rocio! What was that?
Nothing. I'm coming, Dad!
I said we come here|in summer,...
...and have a great time,|and he wants to come next year.
To fish crabs.
Can't he just come|and swim in the river?
The poor boy.
Why bring your husband up?
Higinio drowned in the river.
- Every time I remember...|- Well, don't remember!
And he cooked paella|so well that day! Remember?
- He was good with rice.|- That's all he was good at.
If he'd given me a baby|instead of all that paella!
- Continue.|- All right.
I was putting the heater|in the bed,...
...and suddenly he kissed me.
- Was he naked at the time?|- Did you hear that child?
Do you think because|I'm a virgin I'm an idiot?
So he kissed you|and you ran for it.
You idiot.|Fernando's gorgeous!
Well, forget about him.
We don't want problems|with that seminarian.
" And the signatories|are at your service,...
...ready to unite|within one Party,...
...and propose to form|a broad coalition,...
...to serve the Republic."
Who are the signatories?
The first ones are|Ortega y Gasset,...
...Gregorio Marañon|and Perez de Ayala.
What about Don Miguel?
I don't see his name,|but no matter.
The King has accepted|Berenguer's resignation,...
...and met with Romanones.
Dad, we're back!
- Come on, Fernando.|- So long, Don Luis.
Let's see what that meddler|Romanones will do now.
If Unamuno hasn't signed...
He's a real bore|about that damn Don Miguel.
He can't see that Unamuno|is a poet, not a thinker.
Forgive your people, Lord.
Forgive your people.
Forgive them, Lord.
- Dad...|- Yes, dear.
- Can't I go to the dance?|- Who said you couldn't?
Do not be eternally annoyed.
Forgive them, Lord!
It's too big for me.
- What are you doing?|- Choosing our costumes.
What will you wear?
Me? Nothing. I'm not going.
Why not? Go and enjoy yourself.|You still can.
I don't know.
But I won't get dressed up.
I think this would suit you.
- His suspenders.|- What are you doing?
Leave me alone!
I'm not going like this,|I'm embarrassed.
- You look great.|- Don't be silly.
No, you go on ahead.|I'll go in later.
You're a real disaster.
You're so pretty!
Make way there.
Make way for the baby.
You look nice.|What's your disguise?
It's not a disguise.|It's my Grandad's uniform.
- It suits you.|- That's why I put it on.
- I don't want to dance.|- Neither do l.
Your letters and photos.
What's all this about?
You hear that?|What about last night?
It's not my fault|your mother's a reactionary.
Leave her out of it!
" Dear Juanito, I got your poem|and was so surprised."
Signed by you. Didn't you know|I wanted to marry?
What you think it's|like buying meat?
Am I right or not?
- Then give me back the bracelet.|- No, I won't.
What do you mean?
Come here, you twit.|You're a twit.
Are we engaged or not?
- I am, you're not!|- I am, silly.
But these things take time,|don't you see?
Get us something to drink,|and then we'll talk.
- Drinks?|- Yes, real cold ones.
- It's a shame really.|- What is?
The way you treat him.
What can I do?|He's a jerk.
That's true too.
Look, with Romanones in power,|I'm happy.
All this Republic business|will peter out.
You can carry on as mayor,|lending money at 50% interest.
Better an honest man like me|than one like the sexton.
What's wrong with|the new government?
Wrong with it? Nothing.
What a cabinet!
Minister of State,|Romanones.
Adviser to the Spanish|Bank of Credit...
Would you rather|a gang of revolutionaries?
Is Alcala Zamora|a revolutionary?
He goes to mass daily.|Go to hell, man.
- Aren't you envious?|- Of whom?
Of those two.
Yes, I am envious.
And I forgive you.
- Let's dance.|- No, no.
Didn't you forgive me?
Yes, but the tango is banned.
- You don't say!|- Pius X banned it.
- What would he know?|- The Pope knows everything.
- What's wrong?|- I'm not dancing anymore.
- Hey, pigeon, are you alone?|- Leave me be!
Look, sweetheart,|don't play innocent.
Wait, my shoe's come off.
Fuck, you acted|just like a man.
That's what I am.
- Here?|- Go on!
What do you think?
Put your tongue like this.
Blow, for fuck's sake!
Do you know he wouldn't|dance a tango last night?
It's his mother's influence.
But do you love him or not?
I guess I do,|because the idiot's lovable.
But I don't like him.
And to marry a man,|you have to like him.
Do you think I liked|Higinio at first,...
...with all that hair|in his nose?
I got used to him.
Now I miss him more|every day.
That's because you don't|see the hair.
Don't kid yourself.|A woman has to have a man.
Especially at night.
What does that mean?
Swear you won't tell anyone.
I swear. Tell what?
Hello. Have you seen Violeta?
- Look.|- What is it?
Can you guess what it's for?
- Come on and you'll see.|- Where?
- The studio, you'll like it.|- What studio?
Dad's. Didn't he tell you|he was a painter?
I haven't been in here|for years.
I left it the day I realized|painting was finished.
Why go on painting if it's|all been done, I said.
And I decided|to respect the canvas.
My last work.
Mother says that Dad is lazy.
She may be right,|but you know how she is.
A Russian copied it.
He's called Malevich.
But, look.|Look at the date.
Mine is a year earlier.
I've something to say.
- I've fallen in love.|- I knew it!
That's why I told you|to go...
...when they came.
So now I gain a son-in-law|and lose a friend.
Don't say that.
Don't kid yourself.
So, who's the lucky girl?
Rocio, I guess.
If you go to town,|buy me matches.
Buy them yourself,|you hussy!
What do you think?
She'd got her hopes up.
- No, I haven't eaten.|- Drink up, you'll need it!
This is like something|from a novel.
What I mean is,|your love is impossible!
Have you told her?
Why should I tell her...
...after what happened|last night?
Don't tell me...
...there was copulation!
It's a miracle!
Violeta! My dear!|Give me a kiss!
- A kiss!|- What's all this?
A kiss, my dear.
My first grandchild|must be a boy.
I'm fed up...
...with so many women|in the family.
Are you crazy?
I couldn't lie to him.
Last night meant nothing!|Got it?
Nothing! Get out of my sight!
What's wrong?|I want to get married!
Listen, son,|how can you marry a man?
What an idiot!
Don't be hard on her.
It's all Mother's fault.
She wanted Violeta|to be a boy.
She'd bought everything|in blue.
She already had a daughter.
So she kept on|dressing her as a boy.
But didn't your father|say anything about it?
He was too involved|with his painting.
But I think Violeta's been|influenced a lot by confession.
- Aren't you atheists?|- Well, yes.
But we made|our First Communion.
Because Mother loved|for us to look pretty.
Well, Violeta looked handsome,|because she wore a sailor-suit.
What about confession?
As Violeta confessed|on the boys' side,...
...the priest talked to her|about lewd behavior. Imagine!
I sure can!
Juanito and his mother.
What is it?
He wants me to try|his mother's wedding dress.
It may need altering.
Don't you dare.|And don't get it dirty!
Are they getting married?
Well, Juanito's a good match.
Look, why don't you|make the sandwiches yourself?
I want to see this.
All right. Well...
Thanks for everything,|and give my bible to Manolo.
Don't be silly.
I was married by a bishop,|he was my uncle.
You wouldn't have an uncle|who's a bishop?
- Or even better, a cardinal.|- No, I don't.
- Can Juanito come in?|- No.
He's your fiancé.
What a precious dress.|It looks lovely on you.
Isn't she beautiful?
But she doesn't have an uncle|who's a bishop. It's a shame.
It's the sacrament|that matters, isn't it?
Of course, but with a bishop|it looks better.
What about the honeymoon?
...we should go to Rome.|What do you say?
She'll love seeing the Pope|and the catacombs.
- I don't know.|- We could go to Paris too.
I mean about the wedding.|Can we wait for the Republic?
Because when|there's a Republic,...
...then we'll be able|to get a divorce.
My son divorced? Never!|Take off the dress!
Give it to me,|you shameless woman!
With great pleasure!|And you can stick it...
...up your ass!
- Rocio, please.|- And the veil with it.
- What a filthy tongue!|- Calm down, Mother!
Grab her by the legs!
She'll be over it by tomorrow.
Go away. And never come back!
But I didn't do anything,|it was her.
Juanito! I'm taking you|to a monastery!
Calm down, Doña Asun!
Fernando, I'm so unhappy!
You're so kind!
Never mind the door.|Come here, you devil.
You're a real devil.
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Babylon 5 4x16 - The Exercise of Vital Powers
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Brother from Another Planet The 1984
Brotherhood Of The Wolf
Buena Estrella La (Lucky Star)
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Bullet in the Head
Bulletproof Monk 2003
Bullets Over Broadway
Bully (Unrated Theatrical Edition)
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Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid A Special Edition
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