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Tehila?
Do you love me?
What kind of question is that?
You know l do.
Then why do you keep|looking around?
l have a test.|l'm nervous, OK?
Why did you ask me to go steady|if it's a secret?
Some things should be kept secret.|-lt's been a month.
l'm not telling.|-Why not?
My mom will kill me.
She didn't kill you when you|were with Amir. Everyone knew.
Amir's a different story.|-Why, Tehila?
Because l'm a bad student|and all that?
Are you ashamed of me?
What do you want, Shlomi?
To upgrade our relationship.
To what?
To upgrade.
To screw?|-That's not what l said.
But it's what you meant,|isn't it, Shlomi?
l thought you were different.|He wants an upgrade!
l'm freezing our relationship.|You want an upgrade?
Well l'm freezing it,|till further notice.
''I think, therefore I am''|10th grade art project
Stop looking at me.
Shlomi the geek|is looking at me.
Don't look at her.|Concentrate on your test.
Who shushed me?
Did you shush me?|You'd better watch it,
l may be new,|but l can kick ass.
No one shushes me.|-He's still looking!
Don't forget to write down|all the steps,
not just the final answer,|no slacking off.
I shaII come to your door
With ashen Iips
I shaII drop my hands to you
I shaII teII you
aII the good words
That are stiII,|are stiII here...
Hi.|-Hi.
Are you playing games with me?|-Why not?
Goodbye.
Sorry.|-Sorry.
Are you...?|-Are you...?
What?
You go first.
Are you Moti's girlfriend?
Sort of.
You're Doron's brother.|-Yeah.
You don't look alike.
l know.
You're better looking than him.|-Me? -More modest too.
Watch out on those turns.|-OK.
Bonjour, monsieur.
Bonjour Monsieur Shalom.|Comment ca va?|g
What's with the phone, Grandpa?
Begin called.|-Who?
Begin was looking for you.
You're dreaming again, Grandpa.
Don't tell me l'm dreaming,|l've dreamt enough in my life.
OK, you get undressed.|l'll fix something to eat.
Let's give you a bath|so you don't stink.
Don't tell me l stink,|l stunk enough in my life.
Prime Minister Begin is|a real man. -But he's dead.
When?|-A long time ago, Grandpa.
Never mind,|there'll be others.
Don't you laugh at me.
''l was laughed at|enough in my life...''
What's your name anyway...
''Doron's diary, top secret''
''Osnat lay beside me, recovering|from the amazing orgasm
''l gave her in the upgraded|position l invented.
''l looked aside and saw Moti|and his new chick, Rona...''
Rona.
''Doing some wild 69 action.
''lt really turned me on.
''Osnat put a new condom|on my erect penis
''l penetrated her|and she screamed because
''l must have torn apart|her appendix...''
Bonjour, monsieur.
What are you doing in my room?
Nothing. Airing it out.
Did you talk to Tehila?
Did you tell her|what l told you to?
Me and Menachem Begin|were like this.
What did she say?|-ln the trenches in Turkey,
the bullets were whistling|above us.
She froze our relationship.|-Froze?
So he said: Monsieur Bardayan,|don't worry. -Don't worry,
she'll come back on all fours.|-On all fours? What is she, a cat?
You cover me and l'll cover you.|-Fine,
if you don't wanna learn from|your big brother, no problem.
Stay a virgin.
When we ran out of grenades,|l gathered some ticks
and threw some on them.|-What?
They were scratching so much,|they couldn't even shoot.
What are you talking about?
That's how l saved Begin.|-Yeah? When?
ln Turkey, when the Japanese|came in with tanks.
Enough, Grandpa, eat.
Rona says hi.
How do you know Rona?
l met her today.
l think she lives next door.|-Did she say anything about me?
Yeah.
What?
Nothing important.
Tell me what she said.
She asked if we're brothers|and said we didn't look alike,
that l'm better looking|or something.
What's so funny?
You may be better looking,|but l have a huge dick.
You baby.|-Wanna check? -No.
Why not? Scared?|Go get a ruler.
You do the dishes,|l have homework.
What?
Shlomi has my genes, you have|your father's. -So what?
So Shlomi has a big ding-dong|and you have a small one,
it's genetics.|l know, l've seen you both.
''Write an essay on the meaning of|the story of David and Goliath.''
''Arrogance pays off.''
Need help?|Want me to write it for you?
No thanks, l finished.
''Stars Outside''
I shaII wait for you,|Iike your shoes...
Why?|-l told you to use earphones.
You're ruining my amplifier.|-Did you bring me the envelopes?
No.|-Why not?
l forgot.|-lsn't it important enough?
So take some from the hospital.
They have a logo on them.|-Then buy some.
l bust my ass to keep this house|going, you could help a little.
l'm in an army entertainment|group, there are no envelopes.
No one raises their voice|at me in my house, get it?
lt's my house too.
Go to your father,|that rotten bastard.
You go, l'm not your|envelope-stealing sucker.
Stop it, Mom.
He nearly chopped off|my finger,
how can l go to work|with a chopped-off finger?
This is my door, you hear?
Don't be angry,|he had a rough day.
l don't exactly|piss around all day.
Did you have the geography test|today? -Math.
Did you do good?
No.
Never mind.|-They'll end up kicking me out.
Oh no they won't. l'll make|a scene they'll never forget.
You were such a wiz kid|when you were little,
you knew the whole|multiplication table by heart.
The minute you started school,|you turned into a dummy.
Mom, cut it out.
Just finish high school,|so you'll be like everyone else.
Go to the army,|work at a restaurant
and one day you'll have your own.
You don't have to be|a genius to be a cook.
Look at what's-his-name on TV,|that cook...
Tell her l'm going with Moti|to Rona's. -Who's Rona?
Moti's girlfriend.|She lives next door, she's new.
We're forming a band,|we may even live together.
Tell him he can go|and never come back.
Here we go again...
Tell her l'm not asking her.|-He said he's not asking you.
Tell him he's a hotheaded|Moroccan Jew, like his father.
Tell her to piss off!
Did he take his pills?
Good.
What did you put in here?|-Tahini.
lt's good.
''Bardayan Family''
Dad, what are you doing here?|-Tell her l'm dying.
OK, but go home now.|-Who are you whispering to?
Tell her l'm dying.
Tell him if he doesn't beat it,|l'm calling the police.
l was at the doctor's.
He can drop dead.
l won't come to his funeral,|even if he sends me a limo.
How can l send one if l'm dead?
The guy's dead and she|wants me to send a limo.
Where's your heart, Ruhama?|-l'm calling the police.
You'd better go.
Don't worry, she's all talk.|Give this to her.
She'll burn it.|-l don't care. l'm your father,
l have to look after you|and my father.
How is he? Why didn't|you come see me today?
l'll come tomorrow.
By then you may find me dead,|like a dog, alone.
Take this.
What did you cook today?|Gimme some.
Don't be mean to your sick dad.|-You're not sick.
OK, but don't you dare|come inside.
Did you call the police?|-The line was busy.
Good. -Throw away|the money he gave you.
OK.
Wanna hear what he said?
Couldn't care less. He and that|bimbo of his are both dead to me.
He bleached his hair.
He what?
l thought you|couldn't care less.
I pray for you to be mine
OnIy so that|I couId forget you...
Why didn't you come|to the party yesterday?
We had an orgy...|There was loads of upgrading...
And why don't you come|to the Scouts' meetings?
l don't have time.
Then how exactly do you plan|on being my boyfriend?
Begin was looking for you.|-What Begin?
Begin, the new math teacher.|He wants to see you, urgent.
His name is Begin?|l thought it was Yaish.
Yaish is his last name,|Begin is his first name.
lf they wanna kick you out,
tell them l'll help you|improve your grades, OK?
Shlomi, l'm glad you came.|We have to go see the principal.
Why, what did l do?|-Relax, you didn't do anything.
l was looking for you, l spoke|with your dad on the phone.
That was my grandpa, my dad's dad.|My dad doesn't live at home.
Your dad doesn't live at home|but his father does? -Yeah.
Did you ask Shlomi?|-Get off my case, Grandpa.
Go back to your window.
He takes money from Shlomi|without asking.
He'll pay him back.
He never pays him back, l do.
Then everything's alright,|right?
Shlomi's your son too,|not only Doron.
Do me a favor and butt out.
You discriminate between them.|All that talk about his kidneys,
he's been healthy|for 5 years now.
Enough with your excuses,|Ruhama. -Bardayan,
l have a double-shift today,|so don't bug me, l'm warning you.
What'll you do? Throw me out|like you did to Robert?
Don't forget,|this is my house.
You may be my daughter-in-law|and l love you like a daughter,
but there's a limit|to every limit. -What?
There's a limit to every limit.|-What does that mean?
That there's a limit|to every limit. -Stop it!
Don't yell at me. l was|yelled at enough in my life.
Sorry.
l'm still mad at you.|-l know, l'm sorry.
Was it too much to ask for?|-l'll bring you some today.
ls this enough?
Don't take a penny|from your father.
Shlomi Bardayan, do you|know why l asked you here?
You're kicking me out of school?|-Why do you say that?
They say that since you're new,|you're kicking out all the rejects.
ls there any reason|l should kick you out?
l'm flunking out.
Can you tell me what this is?
l swear l didn't cheat.|-l know, you'd have handed it in
if you cheated, but your teacher|says you didn't, right?
So relax,|nobody's going to kill you.
My mom's gonna kill me.|-Why?
lf you kick me out.
No one's kicking you out, Shlomi.|Relax.
So what's this piece|of paper all about?
lt's just scrap.|-Why didn't you write the answers?
l didn't know them.
But all the answers are correct,|why didn't you write them down?
Sshh, Begin.|Take it easy.
Shlomi, l'm willing to|let you take the test over.
Begin will ask you a question|and you answer it, OK? -Now?
Why not?|-l can't. -Why?
lt takes me too long to write|the steps and l don't know them.
Forget the steps,|just give me the answer.
But you always ask|for the steps.
We'll overlook them this time,|won't we, Begin?
No steps?
No steps.
X equals 1.5 and Y equals 5.
ls that right?
Very good.
But that was easy.
l want to ask you|a few questions,
but answer straight away, OK?
How much is 83 times 37?
3071.
How much is 1466 times 724?
1,061,384.
Divided by four?
265,346.
Mind if l smoke?
Me? Of course not,|my dad smokes too.
How do you do it, Shlomi?
Do what?
You aren't kicking me out?
This is what we'll do.
Before l decide, l'll ask you|a few more questions,
so go back to class|and come see me after school, OK?
l can't. l have to take care|of my grandpa and cook.
Then come first thing tomorrow|morning, instead of first period.
l have Bible with Tzvia...
l'll talk to her, OK?
Let's keep this a secret.
OK, Shlomi?
Otherwise l'll regret|giving you this opportunity.
''Lt. Colonel Cohen,|a father to us soldiers''
''l think, therefore l am''
Are they kicking you out?
l don't know.
Tehila?
When will you defrost|the freeze?
Let's see if they kick you out,|then l'll think about it,
but don't tell anyone, or else the|freeze will go on forever, got it?
Are they sleeping?
Everything OK?
Shlomi, you gotta talk to|your sister, l'm going nuts.
What's wrong now?
No radio, no TV, she even|took the phone off the hook.
l have a stiff back from|sleeping on the sofa.
Why are you on the sofa?
My snoring wakes them up...
She lets me use the lnternet,|but only with the mouse
'cause the keyboard|makes noise.
See?
l'm going to work.
Why don't you let him sleep|next to you? -He'll wake the boys.
But they can't sleep all day.|-They have to grow.
Want me to babysit today?
What for?
Go out, have fun.
What for?
Did you make up with Mom?
Why don't you go to sleep?
l can't, as soon as|l fall asleep, they wake up.
l know him well, l was friends|with his mother, Ruhama.
Robert, Shlomi's father, cheated|on her with her best friend,
so she threw him out and cut off|ties with all her friends,
so we're not in touch.
What about Shlomi?|-What about him?
What do you have|to say about him?
Shlomi? You want to know|how he is in school?
He's good in sports,|he tries hard.
On occasion he makes|a brilliant remark in literature,
but can never explain it.
At times he does surprisingly|well on multiple choice tests,
but we don't know|if he guessed or cheated.
Do you think he's|capable of cheating?
How long have you been|his homeroom teacher?
Since 9th grade.
But you know him from before,|right?
What do you know about him?
His big brother is great,|he was sick for many years,
poor guy, till he had|the operation. -l heard.
Ruhama gave him a kidney.
But now he's great,|he helps Shlomi so much.
But personally,|what's your impression of him?
How should l put it...|l think he's a little...
You know.
What does that mean?|-Dumb.
Look at this.
''Arrogance pays off.''
Why hasn't he been kicked out?|He's failing all his classes.
Because he doesn't|bother anyone.
He doesn't bother anyone?|-He doesn't bother anyone.
l see.
He doesn't bother anyone.
What's with you? -l have cancer.|l'm gonna die, for sure.
Where do you have cancer?|-Crawling from head to toe.
What did you bring?
Meat patties with peas?
Did you go to the doctor?
He's a Russian immigrant,|He doesn't know nothing.
Why, don't they have cancer|in Russia? -Loads of it.
They're all dying of cancer.|What does that mean, Shlomi?
That they know|nothing about cancer.
He asks me if l'm Moroccan.
l say my mother was a Moroccan Jew|and my father an lraqi Jew.
''Then stop eating spicy food,''|he tells me.
Can you believe that?|What are you laughing at?
Your patient has cancer|and you're laughing?
So how's school?|And how's Grandpa?
Does he ask about me?
No.
See?
He'll be sorry for siding|with his daughter-in-law
instead of his son.|Do l deserve this? What did l do?
You cheated on Mom.
Don't talk to me like that,|Shlomi. l'm sensitive.
l didn't cheat on your mom.
Then what did you do?
When you grow up, l'll explain.
Forget it. -lt was Aliza,|your mother's friend.
She's the one who walked into the|bathroom while l was showering.
lt wasn't me, Shlomi,|it was my dick.
He has a mind of his own,|goddamn him.
You'll understand|when you grow up.
Did you know your mother|goes on blind-dates?
What? -Yeah, she sends ads to|the paper and thinks l don't know.
My corpse isn't even cold yet and|she's already looking for men.
lf she doesn't take me back,|l'll kill myself.
Or die of cancer,|whichever comes first.
''Sender: R''
When did you move in?|-A week ago. -l haven't seen you.
l travel a lot. -Yeah? Where to?|-Haifa, l'm looking for a job.
What's wrong with here?|-Nothing.
Didn't you say you were|forming a band? -We are?
Aren't we?
Do you have|a high school diploma? -Yes.
How old are you?|-17.
17 and you have|a high school diploma.
When did you get it? -2 years|ago, l went to night school.
You sure you're 17?|-Want her to show you some l.D.?
What do you care? -You should be|a secret service interrogator.
See how he talks back|to his mother?
She's new, l wanna get|to know her, so butt out.
Where are your parents?|-At their house.
Why aren't you with them?
l left 2 years ago.
Why?
They got on my nerves.|-Really? How?
They asked me|too many questions.
Where do your parents come from?
They were born here in lsrael,|their families came from Morocco.
Wanna do a blood test?|-l don't want anything.
Excuse me,
my plants are calling me.
lt was nice to meet you, Ruta.|-Rona.
Her plants call her on the phone.|ls that stupid or what?
lt's not a phone. She grows plants|and has a system that beeps.
She's a garden geek?|-A gardener.
Never heard of a girl leaving|her parents to become a gardener.
Ask her if her pee is yellow,|it's the only thing you left out.
Give it a rest, wise guy.
ln the end, l'm always right.|-About what? -Nothing.
C'mon, Ruhama, what do you have|to say about her? -She's Moroccan.
So what? -So watch out,|both of you. -Why?
She'll come between you,|that Ruta. -Rona!
Ruta, Rona, who cares?|She's Moroccan.
What does your mom|have against Moroccans?
She has a complex.
My dad's half-Moroccan, he cheated|on her with her Moroccan friend,
so she thinks there's a Moroccan|conspiracy against her.
l'm Moroccan too, so?
I shaII come to your door
With ashen Iips
I shaII drop my hands to you
I shaII teII you
AII the good words
That are stiII,|are stiII here...
Careful ,it's hot.
l wanted to apologize.
For what?
All her questions.
But what are you|apologizing for?
You've got some soap here.
l was washing dishes.
ls it true you had|a special tutor in grade school?
Yeah, Nehama.|l really liked her.
Why did you go to her?
So that she'd help me.|-Did she?
She taught me how to play|the piano, took me to movies.
And sent you for evaluation,|right? -What's ''evaluation''?
Different tests,|like the questions l asked you.
How do you know?|-l spoke with her yesterday.
She says hi,|she misses you.
So what did you do|in the evaluation?
They asked all kinds of questions.|-That's it? -Yeah.
Shlomi, are you playing the fool?
Are you putting me on?|-Of course not.
Drink your coffee.
This letter was sent to your|parents after the evaluation.
They were asked to meet with|Prof. Eldad from Haifa Univ.
Do you know about this?
No.
l spoke with him today,|he even remembers you.
But your parents never showed up.|Why, Shlomi?
What's that?
Something Nehama and l wrote.
Do you play at home?|-We don't have a piano.
Do your parents know you play?
Why not?
Doron plays.
So what?
That's his field.|He's really good.
What books do you have|at home that you've read?
Not many. The Bible.
What do you like in the Bible?|-Everything.
Do you like David?|-No, not him.
Why?
lt's as if they're trying|to hide who he really was.
What are they hiding?|-That he was a piece of shit.
Sorry.
Sorry for what?|-Saying ''shit''.
lt's OK, say ''shit''|as much as you want.
What are you thinking about?
l'm contemplating.|-About what?
What to make for lunch.|-What?
Fish patties or lasagna.
Does cooking relax you? -No,|but it relaxes the ones who eat.
Your parents aren't mad?
No.
Did you forgive them?
For what?
For doing what they did|that made you leave home.
''And David sent Joab,|and his servants with him...''
I wanted her|to think I am fair,
and pure are my hands|and cIear is my mind.
ls the falafel good?|-Pretty good.
Sorry it doesn't meet your|standards, monsieur le chef,
next time bring some of your|lasagna patties and fish.
Listen, l have to talk|with your parents,
but l want to wait|with that for awhile.
l want us to go see|Prof. Eldad in Haifa,
to get a fuller picture.|-Of what?
You're a very special boy,|Shlomi.
l don't know if you're fooling|everyone with your brain
or if someone really|put it to sleep,
but it's high time|we did something about it.
Bonjour, monsieur.
Ziva's here?|-ln the kitchen, crying,
hasn't said a word|since she got here.
What's the bag for, Ziva?|-l left home, l'm not going back.
Why, did Sasi wake the boys?
Don't make fun of me, Shlomi.
Got any star cake?
Why did you leave?|-Because.
l'm embarrassed to say.
No one can hear.
He's up all night|on the lnternet.
So?
Don't you get it?
No.
What do you think he does,|writes letters to Clinton?
l dunno, what does he do?
He looks at pictures...
of women...
naked...
Wanna talk to him?|-l don't want anything from him.
Want him to apologize?|-Yes.
ls he at Dad's, as usual?|-l dunno.
But don't tell him l told you.|l want him to butter up to me
and promise he'll come back|on all fours. -What is he, a cat?
Hello.
Hello.
What are you doing?|-Nothing.
Sasi, let's go.
She said l could come?
Yeah.|-On all fours?
Yeah.
What did l do?
You shouldn't look at that stuff,|it hurts her feelings.
What were you looking at?|-lt's either news or that stuff.
What's ''that stuff''?
And why does she take Abir|and Adir when she leaves?
She could at least leave me|one of them. l'm their father.
Which one, Abir or Adir?
Doesn't matter,|l can't tell who's who anyway.
She doesn't let me be with them.|-C'mon, let's go.
Get lost.|-But he...
No if's, and's or but's.|You're history.
He came to apologize.|-Butt out, go do your homework.
Stop yelling,|you'll wake the boys.
Stop shushing everyone,|what are you, a librarian?
What did he say?
Never you mind,|you're staying here.
Forget that cheating pervert.|-He didn't cheat on her.
He will.|l know his type.
Tell her l'm gonna kill myself.
l'll set myself on fire.|-Patience, Sasi. She'll come out.
What did he say?
He's sorry and he'll take|the computer back to work.
Then instead of working|he'll do what he was doing.
Forget that dog, Ziva.
Why is he walking around|like that in front of the boys?
Put something on.
l don't feel like it,|my balls hurt, OK?
What's he laughing at?
You're a fatso, no wonder he was|looking at babes on the lnternet.
He wouldn't if you weren't so fat.|-You'd better watch it.
Ziva, my love, l'll die|if you don't come back.
Then die. -Sasi, how could you|do this to me? -What did l do?
You kick him out the door,|he comes through the window.
He's trying to come through|the drainage now. Sasi!
Sasi, can you hear me?
Shlomi, help Doron|clear out his room. -Why?
You're moving into Shlomi|and Grandpa's room.
You wish, l'm not leaving|my room for that fatso.
Bonjour, madame.|-Bonjour, monsieur.
You're moving more people|into my house?
What planet did you fall off?
Don't you tell me planet,
l've been told planet enough|in my life. -Bardayan, butt out!
Ziva?
Ziva?
Ziva!
Ziva?
Ziva! -Shlomi, go tell Sasi|to scram, Ziva's staying here.
Where will we sleep?
Shlomi, go out to him.
Shlomi, please.
Shlomi!|-l don't want to!
Why don't you ask her|what she wants? -What for?
lt's her life,|let her decide.
Do you want to go back to him?
Yeah.|-That's what you want?
Yeah.|-OK.
But l don't wanna see you anymore.|-Fine, you won't.
l don't wanna see your face,|even at my funeral.
What happened?|-l don't know.
Ticks!
lt's your damn father. He must've|put them here when l wasn't home.
Dad? -He's capable of it,|believe me.
He wants to get back at me 'cause l|gave the kidney to Doron, not him
The boy's life was at stake and|he's playing games with kidneys.
Like a baby. Now he puts|ants in my bed. -He didn't.
Yes he did.|-He loves you.
You're so naive, Shlomi.
He loves you and is|scared to death of you.
Then where did this zoo|come from?
Want some chocolate?
Where did you get it?
Someone gave it to me.
Does Dad know you go on dates?
l don't care.
Why are you doing it, Mom?
'Cause l'm sick of|only ants coming to me.
lt's stale.
Someone finally gives me|some chocolate...
Do you think l'm obsessive,|Shlomi?
What?|-Am l obsessive?
About what? -Why do l give|Ziva such a hard time
and run after Doron|with his pills?
Even Moti came to me|yesterday and said:
''l'm gonna marry Rona,''|and instead of giving him a kiss,
l bawled him out.|Why do l have to interfere?
Moti wants to marry Rona?|-lnstead of giving him a kiss...
Even with you, Shlomi, why|do l force you to go to school?
You have such a hard time, l may|be doing you harm. -You're not.
l see you don't have any friends.|-l do, l just don't have time.
You don't have friends.
You think l don't see,|but l know everything about you.
No you don't.|-What don't l know?
You don't know about the|evaluation they did on me.
What evaluation? When?|-3 years ago.
That thing Nehama sent you to?
Of course l know.
They sent you a letter|about meeting a professor.
Why didn't you go?
l was busy throwing|your damn father out,
burying myself|after he humiliated me.
And l don't wanna hear that|dyslexic-schmislexic crap again.
We each have our own fate,|why make a big deal out of it?
How did we get on|this subject anyway?
Go to sleep, Mom, you must|be tired. l changed your sheets.
You're a special boy, Shlomi.
Good night.
''Doron's diary, top secret''
''lt finally happened.|l got her into bed.
''She's the most amazing fuck|on the globe.
''We did it over and over again,|wasting dozens of condoms...
''Rona is a sex kitten.''
Rona?
''l think she's a nymphomaniac,|but it's fun porking her.
''l hope Moti doesn't find out,|it'd kill him if he knew
''Rona was blowing me.''
What's up, Shlomi,|what's wrong?
Shlomi?
You're not speaking to me?|What's with you? Wait up.
Shlomi!
How are things, Shlomi?|-Shitty. -What's wrong?
Nervous about going|to Haifa tomorrow? -No.
Then what?
Would you tell me|what's wrong?
Would you mind answering|a few questions?
You're always asking me questions,|so can l ask you some too?
Sure, go ahead.|-Are you married?
l was, l'm divorced.|-Are you looking for a wife?
What is this about? -l saw you|with someone yesterday. -So what?
l know her, she's our neighbor.|You'd better watch it. -Why?
She's totally wacko.|-Really? -She's a widow.
They say she poisoned|her husband.
She told me her husband|was alive and well.
She's lying. Watch out.
She even said she hasn't decided|whether to divorce him or not.
Are you saying she lied to me?|That she's actually a widow?
Not exactly. She... was a widow,|she remarried. l think...
Are you worried about me,|Shlomi?
Thanks, but it's OK, l don't think|anything will come out of it.
Yeah?|-She still loves her husband,
otherwise she wouldn't keep|talking about him. -She did?
You'rejust nervous|about tomorrow.
Don't worry, l'll take you to|a great falafel place in Haifa.
l'm ready for an upgrade.
What? -You said you wanna upgrade.|Well, l'm ready.
Only if you swear|not to tell anyone.
We can do it right now.
Here at school?
Of course not.|Let's get outta here.
Where to? -My house. My parents|won't be back till tomorrow,
we can upgrade all we want.
l know you're a virgin, but|don't worry, l'm experienced,
l even have some condoms.
What do you say?
Your turn.
Keep going.
What a hard-on...
l hope the condom will do.
Come closer.
What are you doing? -lt's not|supposed to be like this.
Don't you wanna|sleep with me?
l'm dying to sleep with you.|-Then what's wrong?
l'm not sure if l love you.|-Why? -l'm not sure you love me.
l'm crazy about you.|C'mon, let's keep going,
you still have a hard-on.
He has a mind of his own.|-What?
ls it because of the condom?
Shlomi.
What's gonna happen tomorrow?
Will you talk to me at school?
Or will you keep me|in deep-freeze?
Will you talk to me|when l'm down?
What do you know about me?
Do you know where l live?|-l know you're a coward.
l'm sorry, Tehila.
l'm sorry.
You didn't even say|bonjour today.
Bonjour, monsieur.
One more bonjour like that|and we've had it.
Who's the girl|who broke your heart?
Listen to me,|girls are like buses.
lf you miss one,|another one will come along.
Girls are like mirrors.|You see yourself,
your dimples and your pimples.
l thought girls were like buses.
Like buses, like mirrors,|like nooses.
The tighter the knot,|the harder you get. -What?
Yeah. Men getting hanged|have a hard-on. That's science.
What do you keep looking at?
The sky.
Why?
Sometimes it's blue,|sometimes it's clear.
There are clouds, stars,|lightening, many things.
They each do their own thing and|don't get in each other's way.
What's gonna happen to you,|Grandpa? -What do you mean?
lf l go away.|-Where to?
To school, for instance.|-School's good, l'm all for that.
But what about you? Who'll give|you a bath and feed you?
What do you care? Why do you|have to butt in on everything?
lf you close your eyes,|will the sky come falling down?
l have news for you,|it won't.
And you, Shlomi,|find your mirror
and get on your bus|and stop worrying about me.
l've been worried about|enough in my life.
So it's a boarding school?
No, it's a house, l told you,|no more than 10 kids.
How much does it cost?|-Don't worry about the money,
that's your parents' problem.
They don't have any money.|-First do the tests,
then we'll take care of the rest.|-What do they study there?
Eldad develops thinking abilities,|stuff like that,
but basically, every one|studies what they want.
What'll l study?|-Whatever you want.
Shlomi, we've been|waiting for you. Welcome.
Yehoshua Eldad,|nice to meet you.
My wife, Miriam, is making beans.|l can't stand the smell,
so l came out to do some|gardening. Come.
l heard you're a fabulous cook.|Me too, l make great fava beans.
Egyptian-style.
This computer is|connected to his.
This way l can keep track|of his pace.
What do you think?|-Never seen anything like it.
How did this boy|reach the age of 16
with the whole world|thinking he's semi-retarded?
lt's like thejoke about|the boy and the salt,
everyone thought he was mute till|they asked him to pass the salt.
You and this teacher of yours|finally asked Shlomi
to pass the salt, so he did.
You ruined thejoke. lt was|the boy who asked for the salt.
Jokes aren't my thing.
He stopped.|Why did he stop?
Let him take his time, he can't|tell heads from tails today.
Are you Shlomi?
Yeah.
l'm Miriam.
Come have a drink.
lt's my turn today,|so l'm making beans.
Every time Yehoshua annoys me,|l make beans because he hates them
To get back at me, he makes those|disgusting fava beans of his.
Drink.
So you and Prof. Eldad|do the cooking?
l cook once a week, Yehoshua once,|and the kids do the rest.
Are you Shlomi?
Bonjour, Monsieur Shlomi.
Come in, don't be shy.
''l... think, but not too much''
This is for your parents.
l want to meet them|to explain everything.
They won't let me.|-Of course they will.
The question is,|what do you want?
l dunno. -Think about it,|Shlomi. There's time.
There's a kid there who speaks|French all the time,
just like my grandpa.|-So?
Another kid looks at naked|women on the computer. -So what?
Yehoshua and Miriam fight about|their beans just like my parents.
l'll end up cooking for them|so they don't go crazy,
so what's the difference?|-You'll have others things, Shlomi.
Like what?|-Lots of things.
lnteresting subjects, classes,|good teachers from the university,
programs at your level,
a computer so you won't have|to work so hard at writing.
People who won't think|you're an idiot,
who will help you understand|what you want.
And you can cook too,|but only if you want to.
But who'll take care|of my grandpa?
l'm sure your mother|will find a solution.
l got the feeling she can deal|with these kinds of problems.
How's that?
C'mon, l know you know|we went on a blind-date.
l didn't know she was|your mother till we met,
but she kept talking about you.
About me?
You said she talked|about my dad.
A little about him,|a lot about you.
What did she say?
That she loves you very much.
She doesn't love me.|-Yes she does.
She doesn't.|-She does. Very, very much.
She never said so.
Some people don't say so.
She tells Doron.
So what?
So she loves Doron.|-She loves you too.
No.
She loves you too, Shlomi.
And your father too.|-Then why did she throw him out?
Shlomi...
You can't keep on living|other people's lives,
you have to live your own life.|Let them be.
What are you doing here?|-Your mother put me out here.
Why?|-She thinks l have lice.
l have lice? She has lice!|Shame on her!
Where have you been?|The house is a mess
and your grandpa's itching|like a leper.
l called school, they said you|went somewhere with the principal.
Where did you go?|-For evaluation.
What are you talking about?
Where are you going?|-To wash the leper.
No way l'm going to meet|with the principal. -Why?
l won't let him kick you out.|-He's not kicking me out.
Then it's that|dyslexic-schmislexic crap again.
You're going.|-Why?
'Cause l said so.|-Shlomi, don't yell at me.
He'll yell at you.|-Don't you yell either.
We're both gonna yell at you.|Everyone's gonna yell at you.
Both the prime minister|and the president.
Even the Queen of England's|gonna yell at you.
Open your ears and get|the hell outta here,
you and your lice.
OK?
Monsieur Shalom,
get out of here.
What? -Take the money l put aside|for you and get out of here.
What money? -20 shekels|for every meal you fixed,
15 shekels for a bath,|10 shekels for a shampoo.
You're dreaming again, Grandpa.
The money's in your book|and don't worry about me,
l'll be leaving soon too.|-Grandpa, stop it.
Go, join the partisans,
go up into the mountains,
take over Tokyo,|before it's too late.
Take over Tokyo...
Are you talking to me now?
Are we gonna stand here|in silence or what?
You've been drinking.
My mom's right.
Come in.
What's your mom right about?
You're cheating.|-On who?
On everybody.
What are you talking about?
You're cheating on Moti|by upgrading with Doron,
and you're cheating on Doron|who's cheating with you on Moti.
What? -That's what Doron|wrote in his diary.
l don't understand.|-What's to understand?
You're Moroccan and|my mom was right.
Sit down.
What exactly did Doron|write in his diary?
That you're wasting condoms|and Moti mustn't find out.
Why? -Moti wants to marry you.|that's what he told my mom.
Marry me? Why?
He loves you.|You're his girlfriend, aren't you?
l'm his friend, like l'm|Doron's friend and your friend.
l have lots of friends. -You're|not a couple? -Are you nuts?
And Doron isn't...|-No way.
Then why did he write that...|-How should l know?
He's a fantasizer, an idiot,|is that my fault?
What a bunch of babies.
That's why you haven't|been talking to me.
l have to puke.
Where's Grandpa?
l brought you your pills.|-He's reading my autobiography.
Because he's schmislexic.
You put the ticks.|-lt's not like you, Shlomi.
He's a genius,|you promised me some lasagna.
Come back to me on all fours.|-What am l, a cat?
Begin, where's Grandpa?|-ln Tokyo.
You're gonna wake up my brain!
I shaII wait for you,|Iike your shoes...
Are you OK?
At first l thought|you passed out,
but then you mumbled something|and went back to sleep.
What did l say?
Something about partisans|taking over Tokyo.
l apologize for accusing you.
lt's not your fault|your brother is so creative.
Oh, you threw up on your clothes|so l washed them for you.
They must be dry by now.
Don't worry, l closed my eyes|when l took off your clothes.
ls it OK if l wash my face?
Sure.
You have a nice house.
Thanks.
l'll be leaving soon.
Where to?|-Haifa.
l found an apartment and a job|and l'm starting school soon.
l have to get away from|my parents for awhile.
Wanna come with me?
What?
l'm looking for a roommate.
lt wouldn't hurt you to get away|from you parents either.
And your brother's diaries.
Your shirt is|the wrong way round.
''Fantasizer''
Why does he always|have to be late?
l hope you burn in hell.|-Why did she say that?
You burn in hell. -Mom, it's|none of your business, butt out.
You've been giving me|a lot of lip lately.
We're here for the boy|and that's it, get it?
Good morning to you too,|Ruhama.
So they wanna kick you out?|l'll burn down the school.
l'll burn it down before you.
Calm down, no one's|burning down anything.
Have you noticed|the Moroccan mouth on him lately?
Good morning.|-Good morning.
OK.
l asked you here to talk|about Shlomi, of course,
l've been spending a lot of|time with your son lately,
l don't have to tell you|how wonderful he is,
but above and beyond that, look,|Shlomi has very special abilities
that we should have detected,|but we didn't.
Did you say something?|-Nothing. Go on.
We want to provide Shlomi|with something suitable
for his abilities.|There's a place in Haifa... -Where?
ln Haifa...|-Boarding school.
Mom, it's not boarding school,|listen.
You think l was born yesterday?|-Excuse me?
You want to kick him out,|so you made up this story?
Forget it.
l'll go all the way to the|Education Minister. -Mom!
What are you doing here anyway?|Get out. -Wait, Mrs Bardayan.
Oh, so now l'm Mrs Bardayan?
You had no problem calling me|Ruhama at the cafe.
What cafe?
You were at a cafe?
They were at a cafe?
Are you doing this to spite me|because l didn't stay?
He gives me chocolate, then gives|me this crap about boarding school.
Go blackmail someone else, my son|isn't going to any boarding school
Besides, your chocolate was stale.
What chocolate?|-C'mon, Robert, we're leaving.
You gave her chocolate?
Mom.|-Go back to school.
l'm not going to school.|-You're better off.
What chocolate? -Go to night|school. Doron will help you.
Are you dating that man?
You'll go to night school|and start working. -Ruhama.
Did you touch my diary?|-Leave me alone, Doron.
Answer me. This retarded|handwriting could only be yours.
Don't you ever call me|retarded again.
You fantasizer, pervert.|-l'm a fantasizer?
Do you jerk off after you write|all those hallucinations?
You'rejust jealous.|-Of what? Your fantasies?
lt's all true. Every word.|You'rejust jealous.
Ajealous virgin.
He's your best friend.|Shame on you.
Did you cheat Moti?
Forget it, Mom. -Answer me, did|you cheat with that Rona on Moti?
lt's all in his imagination.|-No it's not.
l warned you she's Moroccan.
Butt out, it's none|of your business!
l won't put up with|any cheaters here.
Fine. lf that's what you want,|that's what you get.
l'm through with him.|-What now?
He put our picture.|-What? Where?
On the lnternet.
He filmed us doing ''stuff''|and put it on the lnternet.
Why?
So that l won't complain about|him looking at other women.
Now he only looks at me.|l'm never going back to him.
Where are Abir and Adir?|-Outside, with him.
Shlomi, go get them,|don't let him in.
Let her come out herself.|They're staying with me.
C'mon, Doron,|l'll talk to Mom.
lt's all your fault, you snoop.
Tell Ziva the fatso that there's|an empty room for her now, OK?
Why didn't you bring the twins?|-Sasi wouldn't let me.
Great, now he's taking|my boys away from me.
Mom, talk to Doron,|he's packing.
l want to know, right now.|Are you going on blind-dates?
Yes.
And how can l help you?
l need their bottles.
Why do they slam the door?
What am l supposed to do now?
Ziva.
Ruhama. -Ziva.|-They're crying.
Ziva.|-Ruhama.
Don't move, they have|a father too. -They're crying.
Come back here, Ziva,|l'm talking to you.
Stop it!
What do you want?|For once, say what you want!
Why do you have to|boss everybody around?
Now you're a hotheaded|Moroccan too. -So are you.
Leave me alone.|-You're Moroccan too,
your mother came from Morocco.|-Tangier.
And where exactly is Tangier?|-You've become like your father.
Just because Dad did it with some|Moroccan, what's the big deal?
One mistake and the whole|world is against you.
You enjoy being miserable,
that way you have everyone|around you all the time.
Then go.
l am.|-Where to?
The school for retards in Haifa.
Then l'm gonna marry a Moroccan|woman and have 10 Moroccan kids.
From the day they're born|l'll tell them they're geniuses
and that l love them,|even if they aren't.
Grandpa, l'm leaving.
Once l get settled,|l'll come get you.
You'll manage|in the meantime, right?
Grandpa.
Grandpa?
Bonjour, monsieur.
Forgive me, Ruhama.
When will you forgive me?
lt doesn't have to be like this.|Let's lighten up.
Doron is fine,|everything's OK now.
l know you love me,|but you're scared to admit it.
You think you'll get hurt|or something.
But love isn't|a punishment or a reward.
lt's either there or it isn't.|-So now you're a psychologist?
No.|-A poet?
Then shut up a little.
Why did you do it to me,|Robert?
lt wasn't me.
lt was him, goddamn him.
Just say the word|and l'll chop him off.
We shouldn't be laughing,|Robert, your fatherjust died.
l didn't even get to|say goodbye to him.
And what about Shlomi?
He was so close to him.
He'll be OK.|Shlomi's strong.
Noticed how he grew up|on us lately?
With everything|we went through with Doron,
we're lucky Shlomi's|so reliable,
we don't have to run after him for|every little thing. -That's right.
He'll be so amazing|when he grows up.
Like his father.
He could learn a few things|from you. But just a few.
What?|-l want him to surprise, to dare,
to climb out of his shell and|see what a special boy he is.
We have to go back to|that principal, Robert.
Who knows? He may be right|and we have to do something.
C'mon, let's go to sleep.
But you're sleeping on the sofa.|You're in mourning.
OK, OK.
''To my beloved|Monsieur Shlomi''
Again the meIody returns,|the one you negIected in vain
and the Iength of the path|is stiII wide open...
While open?|-No, ''wide'', like eyes ''wide open''.
That's it?
Write at the end: ''Don't worry|about me. Love, Shlomi.''
Where's Shlomi?
What happened?
''To Tehila''
l know l owe you a lasagna,|but you'll enjoy this much more.
''To Begin Yaish''
But l'm not gonna live there.
What?
l'll study there and live|somewhere else. -Where?
With my beloved.|Bon appetit.
What is this crap?|What school?
Who's Rona?|l'm gonna go get him. -Robert...
Let him.
Why?
Why not?
What should l tell them?
Nothing. l'll call them when|l get to the school for retards.
l'll straighten up what's left|and come tomorrow.
l'll wait for you.|-You'd better.
Like your shoes.|-What?
l'll wait for you,|like your shoes. -What?
l'll wait for you.
Like your shoes.
I shaII come to your door
With ashen Iips
I shaII drop my hands to you|I shaII teII you
AII the good words
That are stiII,|are stiII here
Your poverty stricken house,|so dark at night
And it must be eternaIIy sad|And my Iife that coIIapsed
Without reaching you
Were turned over|to outdoors and drum
But suddenIy you touch|Iike a gIistening hand
You pierce Iike|a forgotten memory
The siIence of the heart,|between each beat
That siIence
That siIence is yours
I shaII come to your door
With ashen Iips
I shaII drop my hands to you|I shaII teII you
AII the good words
That are stiII,|are stiII here
But suddenIy you touch|Iike a gIistening hand
You pierce Iike|a forgotten memory
The siIence of the heart,|between each beat
That silence
That silence is yours
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Home from the Sea
Homem Que Copiava O 2003 CD1
Homem Que Copiava O 2003 CD2
Homerun CD1
Homerun CD2
Homme-orchestre L (Serge Korber 1970)
Homolka a Tobolka
Honest 2000
Honey
Honeymoon Killers The
Honkytonk Man
Hororr hotline (2001)
Horse Whisperer The CD1
Horse Whisperer The CD2
Horseman on the Roof The
Horses Mouth The
Hostile Waters 1997
Hot Chick The
Hot Wheels World Race CD1
Hot Wheels World Race CD2
Hound of Baskervilles The
Hour of the Wolf
Hours The
House By The Cemetary The
House Of The Spirits CD1
House Of The Spirits CD2
House With The Windows That Laugh
House of 1000 Corpses
House of Frankenstein
House of Games (1987)
House of Mirth The
House of Sand and Fog 2003 CD1
House of Sand and Fog 2003 CD2
House of flying daggers
House of the Dead
House of the Flying Daggers
Houseboat
How Green Was My Valley
How High
How The West Was Won 1962 CD1
How The West Was Won 1962 CD2
How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days
How to Beat the High Cost of Living
How to Keep My Love 2004
How to Murder Your Wife 1965
How to Steal a Million CD1
How to Steal a Million CD2
How to deal
Howards End
Hratky s certem
Hudsucker Proxy The
Hulk The - Special Edition
Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam
Hum Kaun Hai
Hum Tum
Hum Tumhare Hain Sanam
Human Beast The CD1
Human Beast The CD2
Human lanterns
Hunchback of Notre Dame II The
Hunchback of Notre Dame The
Hundstage
Hundtricker the movie
Hungama
Hunger The 1983
Hunt For Red October CD1
Hunt For Red October CD2
Hunted The
Hunter The
Huozhe (Lifetimes) CD1
Huozhe (Lifetimes) CD2
Huozhe CD1
Huozhe CD2
Hurricane 1937
Hurricane The CD1
Hurricane The CD2
Hyojadongibalsa 2004
Hypnosis (Saimin 1999)
Hypnotic Doctor Sleep
Hypnotist The 1999
Hypnotized The
Hypo-Chondri-Cat The (1950)