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Leo's girlfriend Louise
Louise's brother Louis
Hi. - Hi.
Got any more ofthese? - 2, I think.
Anything in the same style? - Anything in particular?
No... - OK.
All films are divided by category...
Action, drama, comedy. ...Or by genre.
Horror, musicals, Westerns, Kung Fu, LSD, Blaxploitation, -
- Beach movies, Women in prison, -
And upstairs in the big room we've put all the directors.
Fritz Lang, Sergio Leone, Scorsese, Corbucci, Romero, -
- Fulci, Peckinpah, Rollin, Torneur, -
- Craven, Carpenter, Jack Hill, -
- Fleischer, Herzog, Morrissey, Ed Wood, -
- Waters, Suzuki, Kubrick, Fellini, -
- Hitchcock, Siegel, Lynch, -
- Jodorowsky, Lustig, Melchior, -
- Orson Welles, Honda, David Lynch, John Woo, Jacky Chan, -
- Russ Meyer, Abel Ferrara, Joe D'Amato, -
- Fisher, Hooper, H.G. Lewis, -
- Lenzi, Tarantino, Kurosawa, Franco, -
- Corman, Cohn, Deodato, Bava, -
- JackArnold, Whale. And on the bottom shelf, right?
We've chucked all those... those...
David Lean, Frank Capra, Pontecorvo... er...
Tarkovsky? - Tarkovsky.
Wajda... - Scola...
Visconti. - Cassavetes, John Houston.
Frank Capra? - I just said him.
Mann, Zimmerman, Goddard, Hawks, -
- Truffaut, Wise, -
- Melville, Lars von Trier...
Murnau, LindsayAnderson.
Gianni Amelio, Elia Kazan. Bu˝uel.
The rest are kind of in a jumble.
OK... what about porn?
Yes.
Porn? - OK. I justthoughtyou wanted...
Kitjo? Kitjo!
Yeah? - He wants a word.
He's coming.
Hi.
Porn. - Yes?
Got any porn?
Have we got porn? Sure, loads of it.
Come on... we've gotteens, teenage, schoolgirls, -
- lustyyoung tongues, piquant pricktreatment, -
- exotic, Oriental, Chinese, Thai.
Sex reports. Private tapes.
Extremely private. Public sex. Lesbian.
Pierced cunts. Guy sucking his own cock.
Pussy shaving, shaved pussy.
Guywho eats pussy. Hairywomen.
And down here...
Leather and lacquer. Schwanger, pregnant.
7th month, 8th month, 9th month.
Hi. - Hi.
That's the one, right? - Yes.
I think I'm going to be a dad. - Oh?
Yeah.
Congratulations. - Thanks.
I'd better be getting on home. - OK. 'Bye.
Say hi from me. - Will do. See you.
What did Leo want? - To pick up that MadMan.
What?
He's going to be a dad. - Oh? That's OK.
Norway drew one all.
The second time in this World Cup.
All they needed to do was beat Brazil.
They'd won all their previous games.
They getthere and they can't play at all.
Bloody awful timing on the part oftheir coach.
When I gotthere at 4:40 people were waiting outside.
When I gotto Inco they'd closed the place down.
Rats had chewed through the ceiling during the night.
They'd closed itto get rid ofthe rats, and then last night...
What rats? - The rats at Inco.
They covered the floor with flour last night-
- to see ifthe rats waded around in it.
They can see their footprints. Weird.
And todaythere's this silver wedding do on the fourth floor.
They've lived in the same flatfor 25 years.
Amazing they haven't got arthritis from all those stairs.
And you get here at seven minutes pastfive.
I can't stand people being late, it's bad timing.
Fucking bad timing.
Seven minutes isn'tthat much. - You're meantto be here at 5.
It bugs me when people don't show up on time -
- you can't plan things with people like you.
It's kind of irritating.
Hi, Mum. I'm fine... yes, I am.
I am pregnant.
Yes... yes...
8 weeks... just a minute, Mum.
...Hang on.
Mum? I'll call you back in a moment, all right?
I promise. OK. 'Bye.
Is that it, then?
Yes. - And it's certain?
Is it OK?
Yes.
Don'tyou think...
Maybe it's not a good thing...
Will you come in here?
Why? - Come on.
Can'twe get rid of some ofthis?
Why?
To make room. - We hadn'ttalked about it.
What do you mean? - The baby.
We've talked about it a thousand times.
And you said you wanted kids, right?
With me? - Sure.
I'm not having any more abortions, right?
There's plenty oftime. - Yes, there's plenty oftime.
But I want it now. But atyourpace...
Why move mythings? You can move your things.
I justwantthings to be different. Now.
No reason to get pissed off.
I'm not pissed off.
I don'twantto talk any more about it, OK?
What have you been doing today?
Not much. I wentto work.
Hi. - Hi.
Congratulations. - How did you know?
The old lady left a message on my machine... exciting, right?
Is it good? - Not much difference yet.
Oh... What aboutyou?
How are you taking it?
It's fine.
So your gear works after all.
It's notjust blanks.
What aboutyour tummy?
You can't see anything. Notyet.
What's with the faggot? Whythe grunting?
Problems? Are you sure? - Everything's fine.
He's fine? He's not bothered any more?
If he's fine, I'm fine.
Oh, that'll be mum.
Hi, Mum. Hi.
No, Louis has come. Want a word?
Oh, no, he'sjust left. ...She's phoned 5 times today.
I haven'ttime to talkto her.
It's fine.
So am I, you bet. And you're going to be a gran!
Take good care of her, right?
Yeah, of course. - I mean...
Yes.
Can we have a word? - Yes, but I have to getto work.
We'll take a walk. - My old baby clothes.
Can't I have them? - We'rejust going out.
Will you be back? - I have to getto work, so...
I'll be back shortly. - Will you bring them nexttime?
You knowthat's a cemetery, right? - Sure.
And Louise's nursery is right here. - Yeah. So?
It's weird living nextto a cemetery and an nursery.
Oh, I don't know. I live over a takeaway.
I once went in there.
Climbed over the wall, pulled over a few headstones.
It's totally scary, man. With big guard dogs.
We got out in a hurry.
Have you got any kids? - Notthat I know of.
Would you want any? - When all's said and done, yes.
It's whatwe're here for. - Yeah...
You'd tell me ifyou had any. - You'd be the firstto know.
Hey, is something up? - Not at all.
I justwanted to know ifyou had any.
Are you sure, or what? - Yeah.
Joe?
How did it go yesterday? - Itwas shit.
Nothing but coloured bastards.
You always saythat. - They are always trouble.
Always.
They rush in and feel up the girls. All ofthem.
You're such a git. - Itjust isn't right.
I let some ofthem in. - Just one and there's trouble.
They can't behave, no matter whatyou do.
They're like wild animals. Who's he?
My brother-in-law, Leo. - Oh, you knocked Louise up?
He's going to be a dad. - Getthe kid educated.
School-wise. - What do you mean?
The schools are full of blacks and coloureds.
Things will work out. - He's so cheerful.
I'm not racist. I eatfalafel, too.
You'rejust a git. - Here comes trouble.
Two monkeys and you've gottrouble.
You can't come in. - What?
You can't come in. - Justfor a look?
No way.
You're serious? - 100%.
You can't come in. - Are you taking the piss?
100%... you can't come in. - Mellow out, man.
Let us in for a look. - No fucking way.
Let's go in for a look. - No way.
Fuckyou. I'm sick of all this.
They're nothing buttrouble.
They get into a temper just like that.
Do you knowthem? - No.
I've seen one ofthem before. - They're crazy.
He's got a gun. - Fuck.
Get him inside.
Come and get it, you bastards.
May I come out?
I'd like to go now.
Hi. - Hi.
I saw a guy get shot.
What?
Down at Louis'.
Some guys weren't allowed in, and so they used guns.
Who?
I don't knowwho theywere.
Is Louis OK?
Yes, he's OK.
Hi.
Hi.
You don't recognise me? - No.
I've seen you atthe video store.
You workthere? - Yeah.
Been waiting long? - Ten minutes.
I work atthe video store.
Yes.
'Bye.
How are you doing? - Fine, thanks.
And you? - Fine.
That's nice.
You work atthe diner, right? - Yes.
I go there sometimes. - I thought I'd seen you before.
Yes, I work down atthe video store.
Have you gotthe time? - No.
Didn'tyou rent Casino lastweek? - Yes.
I think I was atworkthat day.
Was it good? - Yes, itwas OK.
I am going the other way. See you.
Put itthere.
Where? - Here, on the wall.
OK.
Or what do you reckon? - I reckon it'll go fine here.
Itwas also fine in the lounge. And in the kitchen.
Or here, so you could look atyourself having a crap.
Put itthere. - Sure?
Yes.
What do you think Leo'll think? - Leo'll think it's fine.
You reckon? - Yes. I'll hang it here, right?
That's right.
There.
Now I've done that, too. - Two people become three.
I'm really looking forward to it. - Are you?
Yes... Baby.
No, I don'tthinkyou can compare Steven Seagal to Fred Williamson.
Sure you can. - Impossible.
Anyway, I wasn't comparing. I just sayWilliamson is king.
You can't saythat. You can't.
I might as well say Steven Seagal is king; him, -
- Charles Bronson, and Franco Nero.
And Fred Williamson. And Bruce Lee?
Seventies stuff. - Yes.
And the best ever made. So what are Bronson and Franco Nero?
They use firearms. Guns, like everyone else. Timeless.
After all, this is the nineties. - Yes.
You like Steven Seagal but not Bruce Lee.
That's whatyou're saying. - I just said Seagal is better.
Yes, you said Seagal is better. He's fatter, that's all.
Cutthe crap! He'sjustwell-built, strong.
You can't saythat! - He is!
He's a lump. - Hey! When is Louis coming?
He said he'd leave atten past. - Ten pastwhat?
I don't know.
Steven Seagal is fat.
Have you screwed her? - What?
Her. - Who?
Her you're thinking about.
What's her name? - I don't remember.
What did you talk about?
All kinds of stuff. Films, I think.
Films? - Yes.
So you didn'ttalk, then. - Yes, we did.
No, you didn't. You talked aboutfilms.
You haven'ttalked to each other. - Really.
It's abnormal. Have you screwed her?
You haven't screwed her. You haven'ttouched her, either.
Is thatthe wayyou see girls?
To be talked to, nottouched, not screwed? It's abnormal.
Kitjo? - Yes?
How are things? - Hi.
Hi, Louis. - Doesn't it need some paint?
I was thinking of replacing it. - You've got more?
I've got one with Fred Williamson. - Fred Williamson?
Shall we find it? - No.
We're going to watch a movie. - It'll onlytake five minutes.
We're going to watch a movie now.
Or what?
Is there time to go round the shop? - I'll come with you.
I'll wait here. - Shall we getyou anything?
Beer. Three beers. Tuborg.
Hi. - Good evening.
What do you want? - I'lljust have a look.
What do you want? - Iced tea.
Peach.
Yes, OK, I'll have that one.
And these.
Anything else? - Yes.
One ofthose? - Yes.
Anything else? - No, I don'tthink so.
9, please. - 9? For that?
It's the same anywhere else. - No, it isn't.
It's cheaper down the street. - No, the same.
What's the problem? - I justthink it's expensive.
Checkyour change. Or the nigger'll cheatyou.
What did you say?
Nigger. And you can sit down, Mohammed.
What's the problem? - You are. I'm tired ofyour kind.
You thinkyou rule the place. - I'm not listening.
Anything else? If not, you can leave.
Black bastard. Go home and fuckyour mother.
Get out.
Black bastard.
Black cunt.
I'm sorry aboutthat. - What kind offriends have you got?
Sorry.
OK? Sorry.
It's no good. - No.
I said sorry, OK? See you later.
There it is.
Take your beer, OK? - Yes.
Oh? Yes.
Shit... there he goes.
He hadn't reckoned on that.
She's got one, too.
Where do all those guns come from?
What? - Where do they all come from?
What do you mean? - You knowwhat I mean.
Lfthey need a gun, onejust appears.
Yes. It's a film. - I know it's a film.
Hey, we're watching a film, OK? - I just don't get it.
How come they all know about guns?
You think about it a lot? - Yes.
I don't know. It's as if...
...all of a sudden they all know howto fire them.
Even ordinary people like us. - Why all this talking?
Who's talking? - I am, because you are.
I wasn'ttalking, Leo was. - Don'tyou think about it as well?
Doesn't he like this film or what? - Sure. Let's watch it, OK?
Yeah...
Itjust doesn't look like that in real life.
I saw a guy get shot a few days ago. Louis was there as well.
It doesn't look like that, does it?
I really don't know whatyou're on about.
One of Louis' friends got shot.
And then he began beating the guy up.
You beat him up, didn'tyou?
I really don't remember. - No. You don't?
Not beating him up?
Have you ever shot anyone? - No.
Any animals? - No.
A rabbit? - No.
Isn'tthat an animal? - Yes. Have you?
No.
Would you like to? - No.
Can you get me a gun? - Whatthe fuckfor?
For fun. - They're notfor fun.
Can you get me one? - No.
What do you mean? - I mean no. Are you stupid?
What do you mean? - It's only a film.
You watch films, you knowfuck all. You watch four films a day. OK?
Just don'ttell Louise. She'd throw a fit.
Can you get me one? - No.
An Uzi?
Oh. Yes...
He forgotto shutthe door.
But he's shut it now.
And now it's blown up.
Got nothing to do? - No, nobody's been in.
I've looked atthe figures. You serve 2000 beefburgers a year.
That's about 30 cows. - I've only been here 6 weeks.
That makes 231.
Don'tyou ever get bored? - Sometimes.
What aboutyou? Are you bored?
Yes. - Here?
Sometimes. - How about doing some washing up?
OK.
Hi.
A cheese burger, a small fries, and an iced water.
We've no ice, will plain water do? - Sure.
Seen anyfilms, then? - Not since the last one.
And thatwasn't long ago. - Oh, no.
What do you do, then? - Do?
Otherwise.
I just come here. Sometimes.
It's fun, isn't it? - No.
Not specially.
Is itfun atthe video store? - Sure.
What do you do otherw... - Do you watch manyfilms?
10 or 12 a week. - 10 or 12?
Don'tyou ever gettired ofthem? - No.
Have you got a favourite?
The Texas ChainsawMassacre. - I don't knowthat one.
You don't? - No.
Oh? Do you like Bruce Lee?
I don't know him either. - You don't?
Have you seen WihdatHeart? - I've read the book.
Is it a book? - Yes.
You don'twatch manyfilms. - No.
Why not?
I don't know. I just read lots of books.
So do I, but... - Oh? What kind?
Ltvaries. - Got a favourite?
No, I thinkthey're all good.
I can read a book like this in a day.
In a day? OK!
Joe? Hey, Joe?
A cheese burger and a small fries. - Just a minute, I'm busy.
Sure you onlywantwater? - Sure.
Have you seen my pen? - No.
Will you see if it's fallen down there?
Down here? - Yes.
No, it's not down here.
Fancy going to the cinema one day?
Why?
We could see a film. - Whatwould we see?
I don't know. Something or other.
OK.
OK? - OK. Yes.
When can you go? - On Friday.
Yes? OK.
Is there a toilet I can use? - Through the kitchen. On the right.
Straightthrough? - Yes.
My name's Lenny, bythe way. - My name's Lea.
I love you.
It's been so long. I miss you.
Touch me. - I can't right now.
Touch me. - I don'twantto.
You always touch me.
What's the matter?
We haven't made love since I got pregnant.
Do you find me disgusting?
No...
I'll be back shortly.
Won'tyou stay? - I'll be back shortly.
Please stay...
See you.
Good morning. - Got anything with Hubert Selby?
Not with. "By".
By him, by him, by him.
Yes, LastExit To Brookhyn. The Raven edition.
It's in the cellar. Down the stairs, turn right.
The other side ofthe green sliding door, under S.
OK, thankyou. - Think nothing of it.
Hi. - Hi.
Are theyyour children? - Yes.
How old is he? - Milo is 9 months, Marco is four.
Hi. - Hi.
How are you doing? - OK. And you?
Quiet. - Anyone around?
No.
Kitjo? - No, nottill later.
Have you seen this one? - Which one?
This one. - No, I haven't.
Why not? Do you think it's disgusting?
A bit.
It's quite normal, getting a blowjob from a fish.
Have you seen this one? - Which one?
Is it real? - Yes.
No way. - Hold it.
Be careful, it's loaded. With live ammo.
There's something inside? - Yes.
What are you going to do with it? - I don't know.
Where did you get it?
You got itfrom Louis, or what?
What are you doing tonight? - Me? Going to the cinema.
What are we going to see? - I don'tthinkyou're coming.
Why not? - I'm going with someone.
You could come.
A girl? - Yes.
You're taking her out? - Yes.
That's nice. - Yes.
No problem, then.
No, should it be?
In that case everyone is happy. See you.
You don'twantto come, do you? - No... See you.
You must see what I boughtyesterday.
Isn't it sweet? - It's sweet.
I was so happywhen I saw it. - It's really sweet.
I went in and bought itwithout even asking how much itwas.
Hi...
Leo... Mika. - Hi there.
Congratulations.
Oh, yeah. Thanks.
I've also bought some baby clothes. - May I see?
This way.
This is sweet, isn't it? - Very.
A natural colour. - It's lovely.
When you don't know whatyou're having, right?
I'm trying to give up cigarettes. It's really hard.
May I hold him? - Yes.
Try holding him. - What?
Try holding him.
No. - Oh, go on.
No, I don'tthink so.
You might as well learn how. - Itwouldn't do.
Oh, wow, it's late. We'd better be getting home.
Thanks... Marco, come on, time to go home.
Itwas nice meeting you.
Your children are really sweet. - Goodbye.
Hold this. - Right.
Did you remember her dummy? - Yes.
OK... I'll phone you. - Yes.
OK... 'Bye.
Whatwere you thinking of?
Hey, I'm sorry.
Hey, sorry.
Sorry, sorry, sorry...
Sorry.
Hi, Louis.
I'm in the middle of something right now.
Hi. - How are you doing?
OK.
Fine. - Something up?
No. I'mjust in a bad mood.
Where is Leo?
Atwork.
Has anything happened?
Leo'sjust so weird these days.
What do you mean, weird? - Justweird.
Did he hityou?
It's OK. I'm OK now.
Don'tyou dare do anything to him.
I justwantto talkto him. - Don't hurt him.
I justwantto talkto him. Now. - I don't need any problems now.
You won't have any problems. See you, Baby.
Leo?
Hi!
What are you doing? - Just sitting here.
Won'tyou come up here, too? I want a word.
Hey, we can go inside. - No, come up here.
Up there? - Come on!
Whatthe fuck is going on in your head?
What? - What do you do itfor?
Did your mum bang your head or something?
What are you talking about? - You knowverywell.
OK, why did you hit her?
Are we speaking the same language now or what?
Listen, you fat pig!
It's notvery cool, hitting my kid sister.
You can get into deep, deep shitfor it.
Lfyou ever touch Louise again I'll rip your fucking head off.
You faggot.
See you later.
What are you staring at? - You.
Why don'tyou stare atthe film instead?
The view is fine here.
A bit comical, maybe. - Got a problem?
You're asking me? - Yes. What's your problem?
Aren'tyou watching a film? - I'm watching a great cartoon.
Out ofthe way! Hey! We're watching this film.
Hey! Leo!
We can't see.
Move, will you?
Well? What can you do?
Nothing, man. You thinkyou're a big man.
You're a fuckhead. Afuckhead, man.
Stay out of my life. Out of my and Louise's life, right?
Because you're a psychopath. Afuckhead, man. Afuckhead.
Fuck, fuck, fuck, fuck.
Fuckhead.
Go change your diaper.
Chill out.
Stop that, will you?
Stay out of it.
Hey, itwasjustfor fun, right?
Ltwasn'tfunny. - See? There's nothing in it.
There's nothing in it.
Yes, but itwasn'tfunny.
What? - Itwasn'tfunny.
Are we going to have coffee or what?
Sorry.
OK?
Sorry.
OK? - Yeah.
I overreact sometimes, right?
Friends again, right? - See you, guys.
'Bye.
Leo, do you carry that gun round with you?
No, of course not.
Itwasjustfor fun. - For fun?
Yes, for fun. I'll chuck it into the lake.
OK.
I think I'm going home. See you.
'Bye.
How did it go?
With what? - The girl.
Oh, itwentfine.
Oh? Good.
I didn't show up.
Why not?
I don't know.
You've never seen Louise, have you? - No.
I've got a shitjob, a shitflat, and now a family coming.
I've got nothing. Nothing.
Nothing.
See you. - You going now?
Yes. I've gotto getto work early. See you.
Won'tyou stay and talk a bit?
It is early. So not now.
'Bye. - Bye.
Hi. - Hi.
You're back early.
Louise?
Come in here. - Two seconds.
No, come now.
What's going on?
I'vejust been playing around.
Where is my stuff? - I just put it down there.
Why?
To see what itwould look like.
This is my stuff; you haven't moved any ofyours.
All my stuff's gone.
Well... ifyou mean the pictures, -
- we canjust move them around. Is itjustthat?
Didn'twe agree that I'd move anything that needed moving?
Why are you so pissed off? - Because it's my life.
Yes, but aren't I your life, too?
I mean... hey, if it's your stuff, we canjust put it back again.
We mustn'tfight.
Why did you tell Louis?
I didn'ttell him anything. - Didn'tyou tell him...
Tell him what? - That I...
That I... - Thatyou what?
You told him I slapped you, right? - No, I didn'ttell him that.
You did. - No. He asked me.
See, you told him. - I didn't, I'm telling you.
You're lying to me.
You're calling me a liar?
"I live with someone I don'ttrust". - What do you mean, "trust"?
Mean? We live together.
Lookwhatyou're doing to my life.
I'll put it back. - You didn't ask.
Your life... - You didn't ask.
What aboutyour stuff? - Aren't I your life?
Yes, and I look after you. - I love you.
I'm having your baby and you call me a liar.
Stop it! - We're having a baby.
Yes... stop it!
Stop it. You're ruining everything.
I was never asked.
Fuck, I don'twant a kid in this shittyworld.
Fuck, man, I told you I didn'twantthat kid.
Hi, Mum.
Will you come and get me?
Hi, Mum... I've told you notto phone me here.
Oh?
OK. Yes.
Hey, there he is!
What's your plan? Shall we run him over?
No. We'll take him to the factory.
How do we get him into the car? - I don't know. Knock him out?
Go on, then. - He'll run if he sees me.
Well, I'm driving. - I'll have to get him, then.
Give me something... - There's a bottle in the back.
Somewhere.
You'rejust a snotface. - Won'tyou get me down?
What do you think?
You're a fucking fuckhead, man.
Whatthe fuck were you doing?
I warned you.
Help!
Nobodywill ever hear you.
Help!
You reallywantto finish him? - Yes.
Sure?
Sure.
Right. Come with me and we'll fetch someone I know.
Louis?
Can you hear me?
Ltwas an accident.
Hell, man.
Fuck!
No!
Ltwas an accident, man. Fuckyou.
This is myfriend. He's always short of money.
For a hundred he'll give you a shot of HIV.
OK.
I've only got 70. Got a couple oftens?
Yeah, here's two tens.
And a packet of cigarettes. - Yeah, OK.
What's going on?
No!
No! No!
No...
Scola...
Visconti.
The PhanetoftheApes, which is your favourite?
Number one.
Friday The Thirteenth? - Three.
Number three. - You can't be serious.
It's the pits. Number 1 is the best...
Hey, why do you always talk aboutfilms?
What? - You always talk aboutfilms.
Where are we? - There are other things.
Sure. What do you mean? - Lots ofthings.
There are other things in life. - Yep. You soundjust like my mum.
See? Even your mum says so. - I don't often talkto her.
Why not? - Because I always talkfilms.
See? You must begin to talk about other things.
Nature. - What about it?
Fish leaping in the lake, cycling with the wind in your hair.
The beach. - Why? It doesn't interest me.
Are you mad now? - No, it's OK, itjust seems...
You're not mad. - No.
Hey, are you sure?
Is it OK? - OK.
May I talkto Louise?
Hehho.
I justwanted to say I loved you.
H host the baby.
I love you.
H hoveyou, too.
Fuck, fuck, fuck...
Hey, Louis.
Hello?
Shall we go in?
Come on, we'll be late.
I don'tfeel like it.
Why not?
I just don't.
We have to say goodbye atthe graveside, right?
Come on.
Will you stop that? I said I don'twantto.
I'm going home.
It's not OK. I don'twantto. I'm going home.
I think I got piles.
Oh?
How do you getthose? - I don't know. Lousyfood.
I don't eat much soup.
Do they hurt?
You can't sit down.
I've been offered a job.
Oh? - Down at Playtime.
Are you going to take it?
I don't know. What do you think?
It's up to you.
I'd have to change buses and stuff.
What shall we watch on Thursday? MadMax or hf?
MadMax. - Naw...
Let's watch hf. LindsayAnderson.
OK.
Hi.
Hi.
I'm sorry I didn't come.
That's OK.
Did you see a film? - I couldn't be bothered.
Hey, is it still fun here? - No, stilljust as boring.
Doing anything tonight? - No.
Shall we go to the cinema?
I don't know.
I don't know ifyou'll show up. - I canjustwait here.
I don't get offfor another 2 hours. - That's OK, I'll wait.
Oh, OK.
What shall we see? - I don't know.
You know best.
Armageddon. Have you seen Armageddon?
All right. - You'd like to see it?
Sure... it's kind of action? - Yes.
Real action.
You like action. - Yes. I do. Don'tyou?
Well... I don't know. It's entertaining.
Would you prefer something else? - No, Armageddon is OK.
What are those blue ones? - Mineral water, flavoured. Try one?
Yeah. - Want one?
Want a glass, or is that OK? - No, no.
For my mum
B-Happy
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