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Bad Girls
Thank you.
Don't mention it.
Why did you do that?
Do what?
You know. The 500 note!
l think it's worth it.
Being funny?
Not at all, no.
What d'you want?
Nothing.
But l think it's very good...
You're very talented.
l've been drawing does for ages.
You don't often come here.
No, l live in the South of France.
So long!
Going my way?
You're rich?
l have money.
Don't ask me if l like painting.
You don't.
l'd have thought the contrary.
lf you like my pictures, you don't.
l'd be pleased if l were you.
What's your name? - What's yours?
Frédérique.
l go this way. - Me too.
What d'you think of them?
Not bad.
What's your name?
WHY
That's no name.
None of your business.
How much? -15
And that? -100
Why the difference?
One's original, one's a copy.
l can see it's a copy.
No, the other is.
l go this way.
Me too.
l live there.
Goodbye...
and thank you.
What for?
A good time.
Thank you too.
Like a coffee or tea... or something?
Got a bathroom?
lf l can have a bath l want a coffee.
Of course.
How much sugar?
One and a half.
You've a good figure.
Not bad.
Pass the coffee.
Rinse your head, anyhow.
l want it now.
Awful!
You put in two sugars... l asked for one
Sorry! Shall l get you another cup?
No, l don't want any.
How capricious you are!
Perhaps...
You're so demanding...
particularly in...
ln what?
My situation?
Yes, l have to be.
Now get out!
Why?
l'm getting out.
l don't understand.
l'm naked.
Come now...
Between women...
That's just the point...
and l hate that word.
Come over here.
Come.
Wait a second.
lt's much better like that.
MERRY CHRlSTMAS
''Revolution...
''is not a banquet.
''lt is not made like a work...
''of literature or an embroidery.
''lt can't be done so elegantly...
''so calmly or delicately...
''with such sweetness...
''courtesy and generosity.
''Revolution is an uprising...
''the violence by which a class...
''overthrows another.''
You're right.
Someone's hooting.
Ah, it's Frédérique!
What, already?
And who's she? - No idea.
Where'd she find her?
Another mouth to feed.
Let's get ready. - Hope she's not a pain.
Where are they from?
Kenya and Mozambique.
l love hunting.
My darlings...
Come to my arms!
Leave me some.
Nowthat's enough.
Don't you love us any more?
Out of sight, out of mind.
Unfair...
Who's the pin-up?
A friend... Why.
Why who?
Ask her.
Why who?
Why.
Heavens!
lndeed, Robéque.
l'll show you your room.
l rather like her. What about you?
Pity about her name.
Yes, it's too short.
Ankles good.
lndeed.
Hair... you knowthat hair
is very important.
Her center of gravity is...
in perfect balance.
lntelligence and beauty!
The leg could be fine...
What you can...
see of it.
And the waist too.
Fine figure of a girl.
Yes but...
But what?
l'm not entirely for the buttocks.
What's up with you?
Listening?
Shame on you.
How ill-mannered! - That'll do.
Take no notice of them.
Get out now. Aren't you ashamed?
Hurry up now! Get out of here!
Who are those two?
They're charming. You'll see
when you're used to 'em.
Anyhow...
At Saint Tropez in December...
it's not like in summer. There's not much choice.
Not sleeping?
Doesn't seem to worry you much!
Should we stop?
No, don't do that.
She's a charming kid.
Think so?
lt was a question. ls she charming?
No wrong notes, now.
Hell! What an awful place!
Not sleeping?
No, l'm too tired.
With that music...
Not too bad.
Come on, let's go out for a bit.
l've something to show you.
Violette... a friend of mine
Miss Why.
Them and their music!
My head's turning.
What's cooking?
Roast veal and sprouts...
Robéque asked for it.
The nutmeg?
Where's the nutmeg got to?
Messing around in the kitchen.
They send me mad.
Where is that nutmeg?
l hope you like roast veal with sprouts.
We'll leave you to it.
Keep calm!
Not bad... all this, eh?
All yours?
lf you need work, there's plenty.
Did you start it?
No. lt was my grandfather.
And then there's land... and well
during the war...
And you manage?
Yes, l manage all right.
lsn't it rather a man's job?
l'm getting tired...
Me too. Let's go back.
No...
Let's go there.
You like making love?
Well, depends who with.
Anyhow... why do you ask me?
l don't know.
l feel dizzy.
Listen, l can't swim.
Go on... don't be afraid.
No, l mean, do you like it?
What?
Well... making love...
l don't know.
You don't know?
That's not a very good sign, is it?
l'm a virgin.
Take me for a fool?
You don't believe me.
And yet l've no reason to lie.
l'm not proud of it, anyhow.
l know what you're thinking.
With the life l lead...
the fellows l've had to sleep with
because l haven't got a bed...
to say nothing of those who try it on
l think it's noble of you...
You don't believe me, do you?
You're mad... l do believe you.
l really do.
What about you and men?
Here, in winter, it's different.
A game of bowls... and a game of cards
Other kinds of games as well...
And then there are the intellectual pleasures
A fine life, you see!
l think you need it.
You know he took us hunting in Mozambique out of season?
Felix?
Yes, Felix. Can you believe it?
One for you and one for me.
My kingdom for a horse!
The lottery results!
Pass me the tickets there.
50,000...
For me?
Oh no, for me.
No, not even a consolation prize.
Three cards.
l said three.
5,000.
10,000.
All l have... 13,500.
Pass.
Er... 20,000.
No, you can't.
Raise it to 13,500.
13,500.
3,500.
25,000.
Bluffing!
No talk!
Anyhow, it's not your turn.
Plenty of time.
You can't raise any more!
l know, l've a quarter of an hour to pay.
Go and get me a beer.
You see l can't move.
A beer, nice and cool.
Well, what's up?
Well?
l've plenty of time.
See you.
Pass.
3 aces.
4 nines.
You hesitated?
Must be mad! -lt was dealt...
That's why l took a card.
The classic trick!
And with a hand like that, you didn't raise?
l don't have to.
ln your place...
No inquests. Get on with it.
Game's over. Let's settle up.
Let's go on.
l stick to the rules.
Just the last.
l win 83,000.
l lose 65,000. Not nice.
There must be a loser.
l win a thousand.
Good of you.
l lose 35,000.
Plus 12,000.
What's the boy's name?
Paul.
l'll pay you when l pay the rest l owe you.
Nothing doing. Pay up now.
What with?
Got a check book?
Who hasn't?
Then pay up.
Now let's eat and drink.
Not hungry?
What about you?
Then let's eat.
Come and sit down.
Tettinger 1955.
Champagne... the artillery of pleasure.
Here.
No thanks.
Yes, drink.
Nice to know you. You'll come again?
l hope so.
Goodbye, little ones.
Where are you off to?
l'm going out. Can't l?
l've a headache.
Nothing to stop you.
Do me a favor.
Followthem.
Who? - You know quite well.
Hey! What's up?
lt amuses me.
And it won't be for nothing.
Shall l tear it up?
Yes, tear it up, do.
l'll tear it up, l promise.
You brought me luck.
l was losing.
Why did you keep looking at me?
Are you annoyed?
No, but why keep looking at me?
Was it so noticeable?
l asked you why.
Why?
You're a girl. You're pretty.
And l like pretty girls.
You'll take me for an ogre.
May l?
Why?
Because you're an ogre.
Go along. Take the wheel.
Not frightened of being with an ogre?
Not a bit.
Suppose l tried to...
kiss you... What'd you do?
Put you in your place.
And if l used force?
l'd fight.
Let's go on.
You shouldn't have...
Why not?
After what l said.
Why?
lt puts me at a disadvantage.
Don't be so proud!
Coming, idiot?
l've torn my pants.
What do you do?
l draw does.
Does?
Yes, does.
lt's too long to explain.
l'd rather be kissed.
Very well!
Wait, l'll tell you why.
Two guys, Robéque and Riais are following us.
Disappointment for them. l'm broke.
l'm not joking.
They were playing poker at Frédérique's.
She asked them to.
She told you so?
l just guessed it.
But why should she?
No particular reason. She's bored.
lt amuses her to know what l do.
She'll be happy.
Happy l kissed you?
Of course.
You've a great sense of friendship.
Oh, the dirty bitch!
Shall l make a fire?
A pity.
There'd have been a justification for the fire
and the music...
and the whisky l'll offer you.
What justification?
Making love to you...
Make yourself comfortable.
Do you know why we were followed?
l don't give a damn.
l must tell you something.
Tell me.
No, l don't want to.
Tell me. Why not?
No, it'd be silly.
And it doesn't matter.
Tell me anyhow.
Please don't insist.
Tell me.
Can l see you?
She's back?
She's at his place.
l must say she only put up a slight resistance.
First he took her round the citadel.
We couldn't hear...
but l suppose it was the usual.
She played it cool at first.
But finally she must have been overcome
by his patter.
The two of them looked very... touching.
A romantic ballad...
an idyll.
A petting party...
Think it funny?
Damned funny!
What do girls think of?
You can go now.
A slight formality.
My check.
You lout!
The laborer's worthy of his hire.
Night, sweetheart.
Go and buy some new pants.
Glad you noticed.
Hallo, darling.
Know where l've been?
With a man.
You don't ask if l love him.
Do you?
l don't know.
l think not.
And you don't ask... what l did.
l can guess that easy enough.
Want some tea? - Yes please.
Drink from my cup...
if you don't mind too much.
Not too much.
Bread?
So...
what's the young man's name?
Paul Thomas.
Not the architect?
You know perfectly well.
He seems all right.
l hardly know him.
l hope you'll be happy.
That's all l want.
How nice of you to call.
l'm not disturbing you, am l?
Not at all.
l came to see what you do.
You weren't too bored last night?
No, it was a very pleasant evening.
Three hours of poker... a bit boring, eh?
The faces of your friends were funny.
Let's go over there.
You like that?
An ingenious idea! Yes, very much.
Should be finished in two months.
An amusing idea.
Houses all the same... but all different.
Anyhow, it's cheap.
You seem happy.
l am.
l'm happy that you're happy.
Let's drink to that.
Terrific!
You really know what's what in comfort.
To your very good health.
You like that girl?
What girl?
Don't be a hypocrite. Why.
Who?
You know quite well who l mean.
The girl who's living with me.
Couldn't keep your eyes off her.
Her name's Why? l didn't know.
You didn't ask her?
l must have forgotten to.
You don't love her?
l don't know. Why should l?
But you slept...
spent the night with her.
Oh yes?
You're trembling. - Not at all.
Yes you are.
l'm not.
Another drink?
What's the time?
Ten past three.
l had a date with your protégé
at three.
l'd quite forgotten.
Your turn, sweetie!
Not many people here.
lt's Saturday.
l think...
l've drunk too much.
Can't you stand it?
Yes...
But l'm a little tired.
What's up?
Why not go to your date?
Think l ought to?
She'll be hurt.
Not so much as if l dropped her
in three or four weeks.
Want to give me to her?
l must go home.
l feel as if...
my cheeks are burning...
This bed's not been used!
No, don't touch me...
Yes, touch me.
Kiss me.
You know Paul Thomas? - Yes.
Seen him today? - Not today.
lf you see him, ask him to call me.
Okay!
Come in, sweet child, and have tea with us.
We're playing animal noises. You know it?
l make a noise... you have to guess what.
Like this...
A dog.
A sheep... Understand?
Your turn.
Listen!
Now what's this?
l'll begin again.
A wolf.
Yes. Your turn.
l know. Well, Why?
A hyena!
Your turn, Why.
Just do any animal... a snake, a pig
Dear little Why...
What's that?
Do you know, Albert?
No, do it again.
lt wouldn't be a crocodile?
Of course. You're right! A crocodile!
Visitors!
Ah, there you are!
l'm sorry l didn't turn up for our date.
Not annoyed?
No, why should l be?
Let's stop play-acting. Listen!
l'm going to Paris with Paul.
How about that!
Shut up, you two!
You must hate me for it.
You don't know me.
l'm sorry, Why...
it's all my fault.
Please understand...
l'm trying something out...
You have to read between the lines
What lines?
l want you to understand...
and then forgive me...
Can l stay?
Of course.
l realize that...
l'm very selfish.
Forget it.
l'll wait for you here.
We'll look after her.
Behave yourselves, you two.
Sex!
We'd rather stuff ourselves.
Come and eat!
Where is the kid?
lt'll be uneatable.
l used sea water.
An asado is moistened with sea water!
Know what an asado is?
ln the South American pampas...
the 100-m.p.h. wind...
throws burning coals on meat like this.
We've a grill.
Silence!
Go back to your kitchen!
Tell me if it's good or not.
lt's very good.
''lf you see an animal, come for shelter.
''lt's probably a man.''
A Finnish proverb...
''Girls are nice, why are there nasty women?''
Meaning?
''A baker shouldn't be a butter-head.''
Understand his proverbs?
''The devil had no goat...
yet he sold all sorts of cheese. Red, white and blue...''
ldiotic!
At home with a fire and a full stomach
is better than begging out of doors, eh?
Yes.
She's spoken!
My little ones!
We thought you were dead. How sad!
My nightingale.
How are you, darling?
She's been nasty to us.
Jealous!
But we said...
That you made money and weren't
afraid of men.
Don't listen. They're hateful.
You're not dressed.
Headache still?
Just a bit tired.
So l lay down.
Here's your dessert.
lt'll turn your head.
They've drowned it in kirsch.
Oh, those two!
Let's talk.
Go on.
Don't interrupt me because...
it's a complicated story.
Paul and l...
l'm listening.
Don't keep interrupting.
The little affair...
the two of you had...
wasn't really...
very serious, was it?
What happened to me...
was terrific!
l don't easily fall for a man...
but with Paul...
When l suggested...
going with him to Paris...
he said yes immediately.
Of course.
What man wouldn't?
Not angry?
Not at all.
l was afraid you'd be.
Nonsense!
Don't be silly.
l'm very pleased.
lt was lovely in Paris.
We went for long walks...
and to the Louvre...
He took me to his sites.
He loves his job.
He gave me books on architecture.
He's charming with me.
He's funny, you know.
l like being with him.
At first l thought...
But an odd thing happened.
You're in love.
l must be mad!
And him?
Yes, he is too...
or so he says.
But it must be true.
When l suggested he live here, he said yes.
He'll live here?
Think it's silly?
Not at all.
lt's wonderful for you.
lt's the best thing in life.
There's nothing silly about it.
l am so happy...
Sure you're not angry?
On the contrary.
l'll go back downstairs.
Howthey annoy me! They annoy me!
Who do?
Those two... the lovers... Look at them.
No time.
Holding hands... and whispering
At their age!
l can't stand him.
He's after her money.
Look who's talking...
Tell me what you think.
lt's shit.
Anyhow...
Everything is shit.
l'm cold all of a sudden. Aren't you?
Want to go in?
l'll get your shawl. Where is it?
ln the cupboard.
My dear little Why.
Would you get me a glass of water?
You're lovely.
Very much on form now.
What's up?
My face needed doing up.
You look odd.
Well, so do you.
Frédérique lends me everything...
whenever l want.
Using other people's things...
is like changing your skin.
l don't see that.
Because you're a man.
Because you're a man...
She lends me her things. Does that surprise you?
Nothing surprises me in this house.
What's the matter?
Nothing.
How long have you known Why?
l thought l'd told you.
A month and a half.
And the two fairies?
That's lost in the mists of time.
Why do you ask?
l think they hate me.
There's something morbid about this house.
l think you're exaggerating a little.
l can't say l adore them.
Shall l send them back to Paris?
Let's not go as far as that.
Can we talk a moment?
What do you want? - We'll be quieter in there.
Are you...
happy here now?
Why?
Frédérique's quite...
mad over that dirty beast.
So what?
You don't think you can do anything
but l'm a revolutionary.
l take action.
l'm fine as things are.
Don't try to teach your grandmother to suck eggs.
Are you happy?
Leave me alone!
Stupid bitch!
l want to talk to you.
That should have been done long ago
But why did he ask you that?
They're jealous of our happiness.
Are you happy with us?
They think Paul has changed their lives.
Bastards!
Cheer up! Till tonight.
What's up?
Someone's put something in it. - lndeed.
Get out!
l've had enough of you.
Get out!
We did nothing.
Leave immediately. l want you out of this house.
Explain, darling.
We didn't do it.
Get out, l say!
Must l use other methods?
Let's not argue. Come along.
Can't even defend ourselves.
What is all this from a cosmic
standpoint?
Why not ask the cook?
Get out!
We haven't a penny...
lt's not enough even for second class.
And a taxi to the station.
And dinner on the train...
600 miles without food.
Well, we don't hold it against you.
So long, darling.
Till next time. - Come on.
Breakfast is ready.
What did you say?
Breakfast is ready.
Up already? - For 2 hours.
l've been for a walk.
And l've made breakfast.
l've picked flowers for you.
l'm beginning to live again since they left.
l feel rather guilty.
Enough of them was as good as a feast.
Collecting types like that...
Darling, would you...
go and get some butter?
Till this evening, darling.
Drinking on your own? - l like cognac.
No criticism. Give us a drink.
Let's get drunk.
Shall we, Why?
Yes, why not?
l always have good ideas.
Put on a record.
Why, give us some music.
A man wanted to discover wisdom.
He read all the books,
but he didn't find it.
So they told him to go to lndia.
So he saved up and went to lndia
but when he got there, nobody knew
But they said that up in the mountains
there lived an old sage who knew
what wisdom was.
So he went to the mountains and walked
He climbed...
He climbed for months...
and at last he found the sage.
He said to him...
Good morning, sir.
They say you know all the truth about
Existence.
No, human wisdom...
No, the sense...
What was l saying?
Darling, change the record...
Well, then...
the sage said he didn't...
Listen!
The sage didn't know.
He said: Come back in 40 years
and l'll tell you.
But there's an older man than me. He'll tell you.
So the man walked on for months to see the older man.
And said: Sir, what is wisdom?
And the old man... the old sage
110 years old... He said
Human wisdom is a river...
And he said... he... he said
And the man said: l've walked for months
and all you say is wisdom is a river.
And the sage said...
Wait a bit...
Don't be a pessimist.
l'm not a pessimist.
l don't give a damn!
Let's go to bed.
You're both lovely...
my darling does.
Coming?
Why did we get drunk?
Just to drink.
l love you both so.
Dear Why
We didn't want to wake you
Paul has to go to Paris on urgent business.
l'm going with him, of course.
We'll be away a day or two.
The house is yours.
Try not to get bored.
There's money in the drawer.
Kisses from us both...
l'm going with him, of course.
Try not to get bored.
Try not to get bored.
Kisses from us both.
There's money in the drawer.
Kisses from us both.
The house is yours.
We didn't want to wake you
Paul has to go
l'm going with him, of course.
l'm going with him, of course.
We'll be away a day or two.
There's money in the drawer.
Kisses from us both.
l want a taxi...
Villa La Rebijoye.
You're leaving?
Yes. Goodbye, Violette. Thanks.
When will you be back?
Never.
Why did you come?
l was bored alone.
Alone in that empty house.
l need people.
l'm cold.
Awful things would have happened there if l'd stayed.
What things?
l don't know.
Never heard shouts?
What kind of shouts?
ln your head.
People quarrelling.
lt may be in my head.
Who knows...
Sometimes they sing...
and insult one another endlessly.
They don't talk to you...
But when they do, it's worse.
They shout louder.
What do they say?
They've nothing against me.
They just shout, that's all.
They're tired of shouting at each other.
They want someone else.
As luck would have it, they choose you.
l won't go back there.
l'll stay with you.
With you and Paul.
Keep me with you.
Oh, it's you.
Of course l was waiting for you
lmmediately?
Very good. Of course l don't mind.
Me too.
l'm dining with him...
Hurry! He's waiting.
l've finished.
l can't go on as l was before.
l can't live without them.
Who's them?
You and Paul.
Get out!
l loved you both so much.
You're frightful...
You're disgusting!
Why?
Your love disgusts me.
Can't you see you're not wanted?
Goodbye to you.
What shall l do?
l'd like to throw someone out.
l'm fed up too.
Not easy to leave now...
Nowthat l'm used to it.
Why are you angry, Frédérique?
Because l love you?
Because l love you or because l love Paul?
You're all l've known.
Why hold my happiness against me?
My meeting you and loving Paul.
l'll go. Don't worry.
l'll go immediately.
You'll never see me again since that's what you want.
Don't be afraid...
And now, Frédérique, l can tell you
Have you noticed we look like one another?
The same skin.
The same hair.
The same mouth.
The same expression, sometimes.
The same tastes.
How should l not love you...
and love Paul?
As you yourself...
Paul, my love.
No, l've changed my mind.
You come here.
We'll dine in our room.
No, l'm not mad.
l want to be alone with you.
No, l'm not mad.
l want to be with you...
all alone.
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