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Real photo of the call-girls.
This one's empty.
Have you seen Landryna?|-He's somewhere around here.
Andrzej, give us some change...
Why do you always give them?|-All in all, they are my old pals...
How about your lady?|-She finishes her studies.
You know, women's needs are growing,|they need self-realization,
make a career...|-Why?
Otherwise they get problems with orgasm.|-Why?
"Why" what?|-Why they get problem with orgasm?
No one knows why.
It's just that her "promotor"|is too interested in her.
You know how he's looking at her?|-How?
Graspingly!|-One could poison his dog..
How do you know he has a dog?
It's a fucking long corridor!|-Like in Kafka...
There are no such long at Zdzisiek.|-I mean Franz!
The one from "Dogs"?|-No from Praha!
What was the party at Victoria hotel for?|-I thought, she wants to be a model.
Besides, I also looked good|at the TV.
Yeah, in police cuffs...
-When I think, that this|photographer touched her...
Are you jealous?|-I only take care of her future.
Not now, I beg you.
2 hours later...
You got nomination to leave our team|Forever!
Landryna?|-It's no more Landryna, his name now is Liar.
You don't like pipe-sucking?|You see, in the life parts
change like caleidoscope.|-"C'est la vie"?
Take it out, it's difficult to speak like this.|-Where shall I put it in?
Take it out, we need to talk to him.
What is your name?|-"Liar".
Did't i tell you?|It's a Liar not a Landryna.
Get out, you got half a minute,|the man downstairs will pay you.
Just don't suck him, he's on duty.
Well then, where is our|20 kilos of papers?
I don't have, have no.|In the name of God I don't have.
Got money to pay for whores, coke, roulette...|But you don't have any for us.
I know that, I failed. But I will give back.
You thought, that you are big time,|Landryna. But you are just a liar.
But you can't lie to me, candy.
Yes, Ramzes, I lie, I lie, I always lie.
Maybe at least now you told us the truth.
Your time's up...|Wait, wait, wait. You'll stain my new jacket.
Look how nervous Mr. Liar is.|Hey, we were just joking!
4 hours total.|-Here is for 2! Get lost.
You can't believe to a liar.
What do You think, when he just said|that he was lying, was he lying?
He lied. Liar always lie.
It's dirty. Stains won't wash off.
Landryna!!! Landryna, come out.|I am pissed off for the stains on my new jacket.
You were told to warn me,|but you wanted to be sly.
You thought, that when Arnold shots me down,|you wouldn't have to give money back?
What do you say, Ramzes?
Who's that?|O Jesus!
Can you fly, asshole?|-No.
It means, that you can, because you|always lie. We'll find out soon...
Yes, yes, I can fly.|I fly better than stork.
You see how conscios he is?|He understood that he has to answer
always the opposite word,because I know|that he is always lying.
Yes, yes. Ramzes, You are always right.|But, guys, get me out of here.
All right, come here sweet.
Sorry.|Fuck. I can't do it.
-Pull him up.|-I have no pipe.
-Pull him up onto the roof.|-Well then, come on.
You have one month to repay your debt.|From today you will lie to Arnold.
It's only truth that you will tell me.|Get the fuck lost.
I will do anything for you, Ramzes.|-Get the fuck out before I change my mind.
Do you believe him?|-Can't you see, that he has full pants? He's mine.
He'll be mine someday.|Fuck him, let's pay attention to Arnold
before he shoots our asses out.
Good morning.|Describe Haraclit's views in ten words, please.
How many?|-Let's say... 10.
10... Well...|One never steps into the same river...
Everything flows, nothing lasts,|for Heraclit everything is like a river...|-18
You have used 18 words already.|-18? Did You count?
I didn't have to.|You quote the text-book.
All right, but how is it possible|to describe anything using only 10 words?
Everythinq, that can be said,|can be said simply.
What one can't say,|You have to keep for yourself.
Fire is rule of the world... Everything flows...|Unity of contradictions.
Better, a little better.|But it's 11.
11?|-One word too much... Try the next week, please.
-And...?|-"And" what? Chicken butt. I failed.
He haven't fucked for a long time|and catches all the faults.
Why have I attended his classes?|I should have gone to Makowka, not to...
Is it really that easy to pass at Makowka?|-When you're a girl, yes.
I prefer him then. He's catchy,|but at least you'll learn something.
You fucked up? You came here to learn?|Or you came to college?
You got that right.
Good morning, mister dean.|-The roof is leaking, doctor.
Ministry of Education thinks, it's easier to|philosophise under an open sky. But it's no Acropole here.
Leaking roof over my head...,|and where is the moral law?
What a times...
GRADUATE AND FINAL PAPERS.|TOTAL DISCRETION. COMPETITIVE PRICES.
I called you yesterday, about private lessons.|-Right.
My name is...|-No names please. Total discretion...
Mr. Adam mentioned about it.
Stella|-Is it a name or a nickname?
Eh, it's not important.
Max.|-Is it a name or a nickname?
Unfortunately a name, my mom insisted.
I study pedagogics.
I finish my studies, actually and I have to write|graduate's paper under supervision of professor...
No names, please..
And, You know, I think I won't manage|it myself. I missed a lot of classes
and I got a difficult topic.
What is it?|-Archetype of "Red Hood" in
actual pedagogical research.
"Archetype of "Red Hood"...|Interesting.
I think I know what|your promotor looks like...
Bald, tall, about 1.90m.|Unfortunately I have to warn You
that he is very incooperative. He will require lots|of corrections. It makes the whole thing complicated.
Don't worry about the money...|-Money?
I don't know, maybe 8.000.
Well, have you got any materials?|Notes? Ideas?
Oh yes, students are very busy now.|Solarium, cosmetitian, gym,
who has time to study?|When is the deadline?
We have much time.|It's in three months.
How will we make contacts?
Visit Mr. Adam's website in 2-3 days.|You will find a
picture of a dwarf there. When You click it,|You will find a place and time of the next meeting.
You are very mysterious.|Goodbye.
-Good afternoon.|-Good afternoon.
Nice chick. I thought You will never finish.|Have You got it?
Yes, first chapter. But I need 2|more days. Now I have lots of work.
Listen... Mister... Excuse me...|What is your name?
-Kondzierski|-Mr. Kondzierski, for me it's a case of life or
death, understand? I promised it to|minister that I would defend my title.
Mr. Minister promised me an embassy.|With a title. You understand mister...
What was your name again?|-Kondzierski!
Kondzierski, Mr. Kondzierski,|I attend English classes.
The results are very good.|This embassy is in New York, you understand.
It's no Bangladesh or Ulan Bator|or other shit. This is New York.
Do you understand? You can imagine|what would happen when it came in public?
That me... Oh mister, I don't even|want to think of it.
An outline is necessary.|Do you understand?
The day after tomorrow.|-And not a day more.
Strange is, this shrimp, isn't it?|Overgrown, mister... What was Your name again?
My dear, the situation of the school is|difficult and changes are necessary.
In the best case, you will be transferred to|the institute of the modern philosophy, if there are money.
What about the worst?|-Excuse me, I got to go, I am very busy.
Bye, my dear.
-Well, they washed us away.|-In this case, I quit, just like
I said before, mister dean.
Honestly, I expected this situation.
And you colleague, you still hope to|get this grant from European Union?
Yes, it could save our institute.|Such help is a lot of money,
it's over $1 million.|-Very well, very well.
By the way, could you lend me 100 Zlotys?
I don't have it with myself.|-Just like I thought.
But you dream obout millions of dollars.
I know nobody in Brussels,|maybe execpt from Hergasson.
But he suffers from advanced Alzheimer.|He might not remember me.
Mr. Dean...?|You wer at his funeral last year.
What you say...|Poor one.
Well. I would like to receive a good|references from the Institute.
I have to send these documents|to Brussels.
Of course doctor. Goodbye.|-Goodbye.
What references did he mean...?
They write about us in newspaper.|-I don't like it? What if they catch us?
Don't panic.|-No no no, I am finishing with it.
For this girl only, this is my last time.|-O Jesus!
/How I love girls like that one./
People would pay their last money to get|the diploma. And you? Got your own place?
How long are you willing to live|with your mother?
It's all about big money.|Knowledge and ideas are best merchandise nowadays.
I told you I want to emigrate.|-Go, but you can make money here and now.
Even much more.|-It's not just about the money.
What is it about then?|You think that you are for higher things?
No, But I can't find my place on|earth lately. I think I'm getting older.
You know what you really need?|Good, mild, well-groomed, nice,
tolerant, warm, honest, innocent ass.|-You bet... Are there any like this?
Sure there are!
Well, that's what I heard.
Max - Homepage|meeting: May 12th 6:00 PM, the same place
This fencing was a great idea.|She's fantastic.
Did You see her timing dad?
What's up doggie?|It's time for us to go.
Will You come today, dad?|-The question is whether you will come?
And...?|-Cool, I wouldn't write it like that myself.
Miss Stella, dont't you play such ...|-Slow-witted?
That's not what I wanted to say...|-What then?
Modest... You are a smart girl...|-I got to go.
Talvez possamos deixar a internet|e as conspirações em paz. Encontramo-nos logo?
I am busy.
I meant scientific matters, of course.|-I'm sorry but I can't.
In that case, I see you next week.|We'll discuss the next chapter.
Do You do it often?
From time to time.
I heard that You write papers|on any subjects.
Yes, almost.|-You must be a genius.
I will have a free afternoon of Thursday.
When are the games?|-Next Thursday.
If I win, I will go to Paralympics.
That'll make your grandpa happy.|-And you?
I am very proud of You,|my daughter.
Are you going somwhere, dad?|-I have an important meeting.
But I remember of Your birthday.|Give me five.
Are you dating someone through|this computer or what?
I can't, I feel indisposed.|-Again?
You also seem... tired lately.|-Got any problem with that?
Not enough for you?|You have all you want.
Yes, yes, I know. You bought me an apartment,|celullar phone and you pay my bills.
Do you always have to remind me?
When is the divorce?|Did you hear what I said?
We decided not to talk about|my family anymore.
In that case, I can do|whatever I want. I am free.
Kick it out of your beautiful brain,|or my bodyguards will follow you
even in the restroom.|-It could be interesting.
Don't provoke me!
It's okay now.|My king, my pharao.
It's me, your Nefreteti.
Well here.|3.000 pay for the next semester.
I have to go home.
I know.|Today is Sonia'a birthday.
Nefreteti was never a wife of Ramzes.|They have never met.
Andrew bought a gas station.|He has plans.
You don't seem to be very happy.|I am worried about you.
Behave! Finish the jelly.
Bugger off you cow.|-What?
Stefek will give you a lift home, dad.|-I don't like it.
You don't like Stefek?
You can go to bed with any teenie|you want, but family is most important.
And I like that idea with|gas-stations, very much.
You can't run with a gun|like a low-class mobster a whole life.
You will be proud of me, dad.
I hope so.
I still can't see any similarity.|Remember, people have to respect you.
And they need a reason to do it.
Move your ass.
You were late even on this day.|-I have businesses.
Business? Who was that teenie|you were with at "Promenade"?
Ah... Stella she's a girl of...|Stefek.
But Stefek has no girlfriend.
Now you see.|I was suprised too.
Why aren't you sleeping|now? It is very late.
All right then... Apologize your dad.
Are you leaving tonight?|-Me? Why?
It's night time,|one should stay at home.
I never thought, that this subject|may be that interesting.
See. In the third chapter|we will refer to "Red Hood".
But there is no prince in that|fairy tale. There's a wolf instead.
A wolf?|-Good night.
Excuse me... What's the problem?|Heve we ever met?
What are you doing?|Let me go or I'l call the police.
I don't like when somone picks up|my girl. That makes me mad.
This must be a mistake.|-If you touched Stella...
Stella? No, I'm writing a|final paper for her.
What about that body?|-What body?
Wait... What paper?|-Her master's degree paper.
Archetype of "Red Hood" in|actual pedagogical research.
Stefek, apologize this man.
I heard.|It's okay now.
Who's that?|He looks... strange.
How's the progress|-It's almost finished.
It's very interesting subject on one hand,|but on the other it's idiotical.
You know that this baldie is not|her promotor anymore?
Really?|-He's in hospital.
He tried to fuck her and got an accident.|-Accident?
Finish this paper for her|and don't try to...
Oh no,no... I don't even like her.
How come, you don't like her?
I like her and you don't?
I mean, I like her,|she has interesting personality,
interesting opinions,|she is nice, fit...
But there's nothing between us...|except for "Red Hood".
You are a real philosopher...
All right, off we go!
I am not going anywhere.
I thought about it for some time:|supposed we have a liar,
who is always lying, when he says "I'm lying",|is he lying or saying the truth?
It's a classical example|of liar's paradox.
We come to a point when liar is lying|and telling the truth at the same time.
It's a inconsistency.
That's what i know too.|But how do we explain it?
It's not possible to explain|this in an easy way.
Hm, maybe I'm too stupid|and I won't understand it.
that Ramzes is too stupid to|understand "liar's paradox".
Say it the fuck!|-Shall I take the body?
Not yet.|-It's Geddel's enunciation about
unsettelment of logical systems.|-You should have said it before, I knew that.
You told me, that you|are not playing bowling.
All right, no more throwing.|I don't like, when someone beats me.
I'm sorry.|-All right, no need to worry.
You lost by a walk-over.
When is Stella's paper ready?|-Second chapter on Saturday.
The rest depends on new promotor.
I'll come to your place for that 2nd chapter.|-I don't receive clients at home.
And, when I come...|you tell me more about that theory.
You can invite him too.|-He's Austrian.
We have lots of time till Saturday.|He'll come by plane.
But he's dead.|-Nobody's perfect.
3 St. John's Street, apartment 5|-You know my address?
See you on Saturday.
You really look weird,|in this track-suit.
Like a track-suit guy.
You have real problems.|I don't want to worry you,
but this guy has half of the city in his pocket.|The police have no proofs against him
He's the one, who has some proofs|against the Police.
What am I to do?|-How the fuck shall I know?
Come later, please.
Why did I agree|to write this paper?
He... he didn't ask about me...?
Why should he?|-One never knows, what is
i head of such an animal...
Do you hear me?|I am talking to you.
What are you saying, mom?|-I am saying to you, that I'm talking.
What am I saying?|Aaah, this Hare called...
He was very nervously|asking about his paper...
You failed all deadlines...?|And who is hare?
He's a diplomat, a candidate for one.|He's from Self-Defense|/(Polish farmers and jobless peple party)./
Oh, mister Stefan...|This is a real artpiece.
You should see, what I have at my...|-No thanks.
That's where you work?
Is this Stella's?|-Yes, 1st chapter and a part of 2nd.
I'd like her to finish her studies|with the best marks, just like me.
I bought it yesterday.|I asked this guys about a doctorate,
they said that they ran out of.|-They ran out of?
Isn't that strange?|You can buy everything, but I thought...
one shouldn't make it that easy.
You must be kidding, mister.|-Of course I must.
I want this to be|a real doctorate.
Don't listen, think!|It could even be doctorate...
of this...|Honoris Causa.
No, it's impossible.|Each conferment like this is a great
event in history of the University.|It's publicized by the media.
What is this, that I am worse|then Walesa? What is that?
Do you know what kind of people|I am seeing?
I don't know.|-Well, better for you.
I want my doctorate.
This is a cool flat.
To get a doctorate,|you need to be a research student.
Well mister... You have already|bought master's degree...
What mister?|Max, what mister?
What's its name?|-Socrates.
Nice. I see, that you are|familiar with Brazilian soccer.
Give it back, please.
Mister, you have...|You have to get a promotor,
become a research student, prepare some articles.|And defend your doctorate.
Takes at least 2 years.|If you know right people, 1 year.
See? Can't we do it|little faster, maybe next week?
A year!|-I don't know, don't know, don't know.
And one more thing.|In what domain would it be?
This whole Wedel-Gedel "Liar's paradox".|I like that.
My promotor will be this drunkard|professor Sowa. -How do you know him?
He boasts of you.|But he said, you are little skulkingly.
You didn't say him...|-That you write papers for money?
Who do you think I am, Max?
You know what did I learn?|That you, brains of the nation, earn a shit.
Really very strange.
I really started|liking you, Max!
O, sorry. You see, I don't|want anything bad to happen to you.
Will you write this doctorate?
/PHILOSOBHER/|/--We have another one to arrest...--/
/PHILOSOPHER/|/--Roger, we're coming back...--/
You sey, doctorate?|And what?
What "what"?|He's a gangster.
Now it's You, who is|making laugh of me.
Mister... it's easy to accuse someone.|Did he threaten You?
Directly, no.|-Doctorate is a good thing for society.
Everyone knows who he is.|-Everyone?
Heniek, do you know Andrzej Nowicki?|-Tell me his name!
Andrzej Nowicki.|-No, I don't know!
You see mister!|Write this doctorate paper for him.
It's a total paranoia.|It's good story for newspapers.
Listen mister,|education is not our business.
Ah, by the way,|do you help in writing papers?
I attend some lessons,|increasing my competence.
Unfortunately I have no time.
What a pity.
You told me, that computers|haven't become helpful here.
Why?|-No one was able to use them.
They all just played games.
Good times are gone now.|-Jerzy, get over here.
I jumped 280 metres in Slovenia.|-Which jumper?
What a question?|Malysz of course.
Show me a replay.
I failed to land...
When I throw you away,|you won't have time to confess,
even when you'll have a priest|flying after you.
Who will finish fuckin' Stella's paper...|...if you throw me away?
Max, mind your vocabulary!|Like a bandit.
Will you write this paper for me?|-All right, I agree.
But I have 2 conditions:|I am the leader and he... he doesn't touch me.
Finally! You are beginning to|think logically.
We're sarting tommorow.|I have a nice and cosy place.
Max my son, why are you receiving|these gentelmen at the balcony?
We're waiting in the living-room,|with the apple-pie and Mr. Stefan.
Hi Max!-|Good morning.
Did anything happen?|-Not yet.
You didn't mention about your boyfriend.|He's a very nice guy.
Mrs. Ola, can I talk to Mr. Dean?|-Not now, doctor. You came in a bad moment.
But I have to send it today.|-You do what you think.
We have a great scandal here.
There you are. Fantastic.|I called You because...
Why did I call You?
Maybe You wanted to hand me this|opinion I asked You for.
Yes, opinion, right.|Opinion. Here it is.
Thank You.|-Did You hear, that I had to send
a letter to rector, reffering to|removal of doctor Kuczka?
-Why?|-Word is, he was writing final papers for his students.
What a times, colleague.
There is a wind.|That opens woman's lips.
There is a wind!|-Excuse me lady, I'm looking for Ramzes.
I'll suck you for free boy...|Interested?
No, thanks.|-What a pity.
You want something to drink?|-Yes, a mineral water please.
Good vodka.|-What do you say?
This is meant to be|this nice and cosy place?
Yeah. My bar.|I met Stella here.
To learn you need|silence, concentration... solitude.
Let's set the rules of our cooperation.|You rule the city, I rule your education.
At least until the exam.|-But this is just between us, you know, the boys...
All right. At first,|you need to get some good manners.
Max! I read.|I read a lot.
Yes, right, but Penthouse, Playboy...|It's insufficient.
Let's start from the basics.|Which country is the motherland of philosophy?
Come on...|It's very easy.
OK, I admit... I forgot it.
Remind yourself then.
I know it, I know! Cradle of civilisation.|Skeleton of Pitagoras has been discovered there.
Of couse Greece.|I had this on the tip of my tongue.
Why didn't you say that?
How is this connected with|writing of my doctorate.
It is!|It's about context.
-A cultural context.|-Cultural con... Hey!
Listen, do you know the name|of the best Greek sportsman?
Wayne Greek (Gretzki).
Ramzes, do not change the subject.
Come here for a while please...
Here is a list of readings.
You know what? It's too silent here.|I just can't concentrate.
Am I supposed to read that all?|-You don't have to if you want to be discredited?
I'm listening!|-All right, this is your schedule.
National Opera, Old Theater in Cracow,|museum of Czartoryskis and writings.
Let's say... from Homer to Milosz.|As much as you can.
Are you fucked up? I prefer cinema.|-Very well, Ramzes.
You have to know a lot|about it.
World's newest films are on HBO.|-Where?
It will be your home cinema|from today.
/Dearest one! Why didn't I trust You?/
/Aha! This is what's going on./|/I work at lumber-mill.../
/...like an animal, fulfill all your caprices.../|/But for you it's still not enough./
/Now I'll give you a present/|/for your whole life./
-Come here. It's starting.|-Let me put my lenses on.
Buy yourself a pair of glasses!
Yeah, and don't show yourself downtown.
I told you to pay the bill?
/No autorisation to watch this movie./|/Call the Service Centre./
You missed the test again.|-Studying is a serious thing.
No need to hurry.|-Education is not a beer. It doesn't have to be full.
All right, finish up.|We have to repeat chapter 'Antiquity'.
Three more series.|And abdominals too.
Hurry up.|Did you read Aristoteles' poetry?
It's bigger than brick.|I read only summaries.
Hey friend. Classical poetry|should be read in original, not in summary.
What was the name of this shit,|that increases your muscleweight?
-Nandrolon.|-Watch out. You won't get a hard-on with that.
9 months later...
We have the date of|the degree defence set.
It's in 2 months.
Maybe we'll go and see Becket's,|'Waiting for Godot'.
Boss, Golota is finished.|It's no use to wait.
Niggers kicked hiss ass.
Not Golota, but Godot.|-Godot?
I don't know him.|He must be in other weight-class.
Speaking about Golota, Vietnamese say|that Tyson was to bite his dick off,
in 4th round... Andrew consciously|ran out of the ring in 3rd.
I didn't expected this|to be that complicated.
Axomats, logical rules, antinomies.
You chose the subject yourself.|You could have chosen something more humanisic.
Majority of students...|-I am not majority.
Describe the ideas of antinomy.
Logical antinomy, or paradox.|Appears when without making a logical error,
we can substantiate,|two thesis conflicting with each other.
What are you still doing here?
It's saturday night,|maybe we'll go to...
-I have my norm: 100 pages per day.|-We have not been out for so long.
Go out without me.
What did you say?|-Go without me.
Where shall we go?|-What? Wherever you like.
Stefan will give you a lift.
Maybe I'll drop in later.
Are you ready?|-Yes.
What will you set?|-The usual stuff.
Watch out for this wise guy.|-You mean Max? Why?
Inductive logical empiricism.|-Come on. Let's go.
I hate this life.
Slow down, Max.
I've never driven that fast.
You are driving fucking fast.
You'll get fined.
We're going now.
/RMF-FM news: Warsaw./|/Explosion in bar "Sami Swoi".../
-That should give him a lesson.|-I wouldn't undervaluate Arnold.
It's not about him.|There is someone else, much stronger.
-And? Is he very upset?|-He wants a meeting.
-When?|-Tommorow, at dawn, the same place.
-Didn't I tell you?|-Lookout Ramzes, he's never been that upset.
-The meeting may be an ambush.|-I would tell you if it was.
I was joking, Landryna.
Just a joke.|Get lost.
Max, you have a night off.|I am leaving, business stuff.
Then go to the cinema alone.|I heard it's a good film.
An old guy on a lawnmower|riding through American continent.
-I don't like it.|-We'll be all right.
I don't like your doctorate.
Man on the higher ground|has to stand upward on the ground.
Why are you hanging out with him?
You got this moment of sincerity?
I came to study in Warsaw.|My parents gave me 400 zlotys per month.
Room at the dorm costed 450.
My friend got me a job|in a bar. You know where.
What did you do there?|-I was a waiter.
One day, boss didn't come to work,|and in the evening new owner appeared.
It was Andrew.
At the beginning it was nice...
I even fell in love.
But he has a disabled daughter.|He loves her so much.
He'll never leave them.|Daughter and wife.
I can't leave him too.
I got lots of luck.|His brother could have picked me up.
You're not his property.|Leave him.
You leave him first.|Mr. wise guy.
You think, that you can change him|with your philosophical lectures?
You belong to him, just like me.
Stella, listen up.
Finish your master paper.|Alone. With no-one's help.
You are a smart girl...
-...for a whore?|-That's not what I meant.
You are... I really...
I am really glad to know you.
Max, you're a great guy. Unfortunately|we met in lousy circumstances.
I'll write this paper myself.|I don't want to buy it for his money.
And you, hold on.
Keep away from me.
-Damn, you don't want such life.|-It's my life and don't play with fate.
Are you sure to delete|"Archetype of Red Hood""?
Are you sure you want to delete me?
-You're stubborn.|-May I?
-Nice place.|-I designed it myself.
Why did you come?
It does not make any sense.
He won't forgive us.
-He'll kill us.|-I don't care now.
Wait a moment.
Do you still like me?
Well well, look who's that!|Ramzes!
We thought you won't come.
My bus was late.
We're all here,|let's come to point.
You made fireworks,|in my bar.
-It was on my ground.|-Since when this is your ground?
Ramzes, people say strange things|about you. You begin studies...
I write my doctorate paper|in philosophy.
Are you making laugh of me?|In philosophy?
-Philosophy!|-You probably don't know what philosophy is.
Filosofia, it's from Greek:|loving of wisdom.
We wouldn't be driving our Mercedeses|and BMW, without these Greeks.
Nor staring at flat screens|of plasma technology TV sets?
-Maybe cable TV is also their invention?|-They put spiritual foundations for these cables.
And I can put you 5 kg of plastic|explosives under your car.
Dirty butt. Mr. Guye says, that|you shouldn't make laugh of educated people.
His brother is a professor|at the university of Hanoi.
Socrates, Plato, Aristoteles.|But for you, Nietzsche should be enough.
Will you also be so funny|at your funeral?
I will be extremaly serious at yours.
Right, gentlemen.|There is always time to fight.
We have a problem of Arnold and Ramzes.|We need to find a consensus.
I mean talk.
Hey, excuse me gentlemen.|Can we make a photograph?
We should do somethimg with this wacko,|before he does this to us.
Is it here?
I see that you're suprised.
This meeting is on neutral ground.
I am ver glad, Andrew.|You are widening your horisons.
-This doctorate is a great idea.|-That's what you want to talk about?
Change the rules.|Became less visible.
The most precious thing,|is usually hidden.
Like Alosza says.
Arnold and others like him are red-necks.
But red-necks are also useful.|You need to know how to use them.
People will respect you.|You deserve it.
Doctor Nowicki, sounds well.
-What are you occupied with now?|-You know, business.
Logics!|A great branch of knowledge.
Take this number,|in case you need help.
-We see each other.|-I separate business
from family life.|You should do that too.
Respect your family.
Can you explain this to me?|Everything?
Wait, wait, wait...
My God!|It's so easy.
Very easy.|Sonia will be proud of you.
And you?|-Good night!
Thanks.|See you tommorow.
/Come, please, come with me./
So, you claim, that it|was just a gas explosion?
Of course. What else could it be?
-So where did these shells come from?|-Shells?
Maybe one of our guests|returned from holidays at the seaside.
And, of course, you don't have any|enemies gentlemen...
Enemies? What enemies?|Look at us, please.
I was lucky.|We should have finished him then.
Explain me something please.|What do you need this doctorate for?
-Do you want to be a senator?|-No.
Philosophy is a great thing.|Can't you feel that?
Have you ever wondered about sense of our life?|Where we came from, where are we going?
Where did world come from?
Your problems with world will be over,|as they plant flowers at your face.
There is such a theory.|World ends when we die,
because only I exist.|Everything around me is just a dream.
Have you seen "Matrix"?
You are really fucked up.|Man, you should be protected against yourself.
You better check what is|your princess doing with thi doctor.
No no, don't tell me|that you want it once again.
Stop, or I'll shoot.
Jesus!!!Are you crazy?|Where did you get it from?
So, will you make love|to me, or not?
You could always say|that I had you on the trigger.
-When I imagine, that he's touching you...|-He doesn't come here often.
Come on! Get up my philosopher...
-Stop it!!|-All right. I'll tell you.
Wait, wait. Wait a moment.|He doesn't do too well?
-Simply, not too well.|-Say it logically, yes or no.
You can't partially get off|the running train.
-Not the train...|-You mean, he is not always able to...?
Ahh, he is trying to compensate.|A gun as a extension of a dick.
-You became very vulgar.|-It's not me, it's Freud.
I got to go.
I don't like you with this|colour of your hair. I told you that.
I noticed some inconsequences...
In Wilghenstein's philosophical treatise.
You disappointed me.|You disappointed me very much.
I try to solve the mystery of being,|and you are fucking my lady?
You can't do it like that, Max!
-I fell in love.|-What a sad story! I will cry soon!
What can I tell you?|Only the truth...
What is truth, heh?
I read lots of your books|and I still don't know!
I don't know what are we living for.|And what is after our death.
At least you will know it soon...
I know, what they may ask you|at your degree defence.
"Executioner's paradox".|Convict is to be hung next week.
At noon, not knowing about it|on previous morning.
-And what?|-Can this execution be made?
-And where's the paradox?|-It's not as easy as it seems.
-This execution can not be made.|-Every execution can be made.
What if...|It's not in the logical norms?
Don't say bullshit, Max.
-Wassup?|-They are raiding at your next bar.
Gather the people.|There will be fireworks at the inn.
Malvina will kill me,|she put crystal mirrors there.
-Are you coming?|-I have something to do now.
They are out.
Wait here, please.
It looks like the execution can be on any day.|Let's look at it from the back.
We can't do it on Sunday.
If he survives until Sunday, he'll know|in the morning that he dies that day.
But we promised him,|that he wouldn't know.
Now Saturday is the last day|when we can hang him.
And it cant be from the|same reasons as Sunday.
Saturday is excluded,|next is Friday.
And also Thursday,|Wednesday, Tuesday and Monday.
It seemed, that execution could be on any day,|but when we looked from the other side,
it appeared that it is not possible at all.|-Yes. we call it "Executioner's paradox". Or...
Stay out of this, darling.
You missed?|I am so close!
I won't miss the next shot.
-You're learning fast, you're talented.|-Just like you, Ramzes...
...in science.|-This is a real paradox.
Let's go, Max.
You forgot one thing, Max...
You can't leave me alive.|You have to make a choice.
If you shoot me, you risk your eternal life.|If not, your present life.
I'll find you anywhere.
It's a classical example of|Pascal's dillema...
Max, we're going.|-Let's assume that I can forget it all.
-Atleast for now.|-Don't listen to him. He wants to win some time.
-They will be here soon.|-You untie me and I'll think.
Do you want me to ask|you an easy question?
Let's say, that I'll feel|better with you by me.
What if you pass,|your doctorate defense?
I will be thinking more.
And if... you fail?
I think, that you have no choice.
Your position is weakening.
You should have decided yourself earlier.
Well, well, well.
I wanted to get rid of you,|together with your buddies.
Now I see you set yourself.
I' ve been waiting for this.
And you are still a liar, Landryna.|-C'est la vie.
They'll soon be back.|Give them a good welcome.
You alwasys say this bullshit|about Greeks and philosophy...
Why are you so quiet now?|-Spare your words, Arnold.
I won't say goodbye,|although it is our farawell.
Max, do something.
You know what your problem is, Arnold?|You are a dumb-ass.
And you learned so much,|but there is no fucking use of it?
300 seconds later...
Easy boys, no sudden movements!
This inn-raid was a jok...
Arnold!|You have to understand one thing.
World is going ahead fucking fast,|there is no time for soldier games.
You can't get by|only being a bandit.
You like or not, but in order to be a big fish,|you have to use your brain.
And now I'm giving you a chance,|just... don't forget about it.
I knew, that it won't work.
I thought, that doing something|irresponsible will change the situation.
You will always return to your|daughter and wife.
Someday, you'll get bored|and you buy yourself a new lady.
And I will be alone again.
I thought, that I can try with him.
He didn't care, that|I'm with guy like you.
If he wasn't afraid,|maybe he could love me.
But it's you, who is|always the winner....
Listen to me.
You go to him now,|and we'll never meet again.
Everything you get in your life...|has to be paid for.
Money is an easy form of payment.|It's worse, when the payment is your faith.
Principles and perfections. A man who|loses his faith, is no longer human.
When one has rich and open soul,|accepts suspicious compromises faster.
And survives them.|Remains a human.
What if evil is attractive?
Suddenly everything is clear and easy.|Doubts disappear and...
Instincts start to rule,|reactions, basic rules.
It's you, who sets the frontier|that you can't cross.
As long as you do good things,|you can sleep safely.
But remember,|a frontier is just under your feet.
Dad,|what is this doctorate about?
It's difficult to say it|in just few words.
You think I won't understand?
Philosophy is a question|about everything that surrounds us.
It's an attempt to explain|what seems to be unexpleinable.
They say, that philosophy was born in Greece,|and I say it was much much earlier.
When a first human looked|in the sky and asked himself,
"What is all that for?".|-Dad... why did this happen to me?
I'm still looking for an answer|to this question, darling.
I know.|An accident.
Yes, an accident.
Well, we have to go. Are you|nervous before your tests too?
Sit down, please.
Respectable audience.|We're glad to announce
that Mr. Andrzej Nowicki,|passed his doctorate exams.
Accordingly, examination comitee|made an unanimous decision...
to grant him a title|of Doctor of Humanistic Sciences.
Great dissertation.|my congratulations, doctor Nowicki.
Professor, this is my voluntary|examination payment.
For building's renovation.
Ladies and gentlemen, I'd like to|dedicate this to my great daughter...
and my wife.
Well, money don't stink.|In this amount.
You got the vest?
-Who are these "Men in black"?|-These are Wachowski brothers.
-They look like clones.|-They deal with computers an web trade.
Can you feel these millions|in virtual transfers?
Estás a pensar que|eu os vou materializar?
Internet is a victory of|spirit over the matter.
That will be your nev address.
Understand? By the way, Polish|education needs some investments.
Exactly.|What about Max?
It's all right.|Everything is arranged.
-I am free.|-Maybe you'll be interested...
-No more papers-writing.|-But...
What did I want from you?
Oh, I remember now.|A letter came for You.
This your liar's talk,|is a bullshit.
Not bullshit, but a paradox.|Something exists and not exists in the same time.
I thought lately...|E=mc2, right?
-What?|-Theory of relativity. E = m x c2
Energy is dependent from the mass .
There is nothing to think about.|It's easy.
Big man, like Schwarzenegger|has lots of power... energy.
And a small and thin one|like this... Woody Allen...
The movie man... |director or what...
He's thin and I'm sure he's weak.|-What about Malysz?
Malysz what?|-He's only like quarter of Schwarzenegger but...
He has lots of power.
This mass and energy is shit talk.
I'm not going.|You can do it yourself.
You are a clever guy.
Jarek, give us some change...
I'm hungry.|I want to eat dinner.
What are you looking at?|Eat before it gets cold.
Hi!|Ramzes gave me something for you.
I passed my secondary school final exam.|Extremalistly.
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