Herencia (Inheritance) 2001 (23976)
The gnocchi are getting cold!
Can you give me|some cream or olive oil?
-Don't get upset, Olinda,|come on. -No.
Angel! Pass me|some cream for the gnocchi.
I don't know why,|I felt hungry again.
That was me|fifteen years ago.
Oli, you're as lovely as ever.
How are you?|I came to see you.
-I'll be right with you.|-I'll wait for you.
A client. Give me this.
-No, I've finished.|-Take this.
-Bye. -Bye.|-See you tomorrow. Bye.
I can't believe it, Angel!|Another plate?!
-What a fuss over a plate!|-It's not the plate, you're distracted.
-It's not the last plate.|-I don't have money for new plates.
I don't care|about the money.
-But you're sleeping!|-So get someone more awaken...
... and leave me alone!
I wonder if people can see|the restaurant tomorrow.
-I can't tomorrow. -You can't?|I'll come with them then...
-...and see your helper.|What's his name? -Angel?
No, don't count on Angel.
Do you want to sell or not?|We discussed it. The restaurant...
I can't believe it!
A lot to be fixed, humidity|in the bathroom, kitchen,...
-...plenty of things...|-What's wrong with the kitchen?
You said it yourself.|They are paying for the area.
Yes, but I won't give it away.
I put great effort in this.|My life is in here.
I know about it, dear. But these|people think with their heads...
... and you think|with your heart.
There's nothing to think!
Youngsters are really|something these days...
-How much?|-No, please.
-Thank you.|-I'm sorry. I lost your card.
Here's another one.|Di Paola.
-Thank you.|-You're welcome.
Think it over. We can't lose it,|Olinda, really.
-I'll see you out.|-Thank you.
Call me, please.
What do you need?
-Good morning. I looking|for Belén. -Who?
I'm Peter. I come from Germany|this morning...
-Who are you looking for?|-Peter... eh, Belén, Belén.
-There's nobody by this name|here. -Belén, Belén, yes.
Belén... San Isidro...|Bolívar.
This is Bolívar St., but not|San Isidro. It's San Telmo.
-San Isidro.|-San Telmo.
-It's not San Isidro... but it's near? |-It's one hour from here.
-How far?|-One hour.
-Anything else?|-No, that's OK.
-Do you have ''Kechum''?|-''Kechum''?
-''Kechum''.|-Yes, I'll get it.
Or thousand islands.|I can't eat it like this.
Who asked for ketchup?
-I just gave you eggplants.|-So, it's for the eggplants.
-They are served like that,|without katchup. -I know that.
-But he wants ketchup or some|dressing. -Tell him there's none.
-How can I tell him that|if he wants some! -Listen!
We've already discussed it!|People here eat as I say.
Eggplants are served this way,|without ketchup. Go and tell him!
-I'm sorry, there's no ketchup.|-You don't have ''kechum''? -No.
-Thousand islands either?|-No.
-Mayonnaise?|-We've run out of it.
No more explanations. You|want ketchup? Here, ketchup.
It's very simple. Measure the|diameter and from there count...
... noodles. You know how many|are there for the diameter?
I don't have to|explain you anything.
It's my restaurant. If you don't|like it, darling, there's the door.
I say nothing, but you make me|lie and look like an asshole.
You bet I'll leave. I even have to|tell people what they must eat.
Who are we?
All this over|some eggplants?
Yes. And if he wants|to add ketchup, let him.
-What do you think we are?|-OK, stop this nonsense!
Why? Can't I say what I think?|He might not like the food.
-It might have been too salty,|too hot. -Shut up!Say something!
It's always the same.
Maybe it was tasteless,|too tasty. Who knows?
-Stop it, Angel.|-Or hot, too salty, too oily.
Or it was too dry|or sour!
-You don't even know what|your food tastes like! -Stop!
Bring me more icecubs, dear.
-What's he saying?|-I don't know, I don't get it.
Down, please. Down.
-What language is he speaking?|-I don't know. I think it's German.
Does anyone speak German?|Do you speak Spanish, English?
Relax. Angelito|went to get the doctor.
I'm very sorry. Where did he|come from? We were closing.
Just a minute, Oli, calm down.|Luz, you can go.
-I'll stay with Olinda until|Angel comes back. -OK.
Ah, you dropped this.
The doctor wasn't at home,|he'll be back soon.
No need a doctor.
-He says he's fine.|-No, slowly.
-You give a menu?|-We don't work at nights.
Quiet, Angel. Go and tell|the doctor we won't need him.
Oli, do you have|anythlng for dinner?
Do you like the food?
Take this, it's hot.|When you're weak,...
... it helps you|get your strength back.
I don't know|if you understand.
Some more eggplants?
-Food is good.|-You speak Spanish.
-I thought you only spoke|English. -I'm German.
So that's why|I didn't understand a word.
-You speak English?|-No.
I speak Spanish. And Italian.
A little Spanish,|and Italian... "nente".
Do you like to travel?
-You don't like Buenos Aires?|-I arrive yesterday.
Some of this?|Don't you like it?
You don't like it?|I like... I have no money to eat.
I don't know how to apologize|and you speak of money.
For God's sake!|You're welcome here.
My house is your house.
Yes, my house, your house.
It's the 3rd. thing broken in|2 days. First Angel, now you.
If it breaks, it breaks.|But don't say you can fix it!
It's no good, you see?!
-Good night then.|-Good night, Miss.
Sorry, sorry for... plate.
Please. I get angry more often|than I should, but it's OK now.
I've almost split your head|open, so we're even.
Peter, Peter Müller.
-I'm Olinda.|-Oh... my pleasure.
-OK. Goodbye, Miss Linda.|-Bye.
Hello, Mr. ...
What? Speak Spanish.
Money, money, stolen, robbed.
-You were stolen?|-All.
Listen, it's very clear here.|The hotel is not responsible...
-...for any burglary in the rooms.|-You not have safe?
-Haven't?|-No, you bring the money,...
...we put it in a bag and close|it with some tape, you sign...
No, you have a name?|Thief, thief, robbery,...
-... for police.|-No, no police here. No police.
Don't speak German to me.|I don't get it.
-Pity? Who is it? -No more|money, little money... Nothing.
I need... a bed for two days.
Tomorrow, looking for money...|tomorrow.
OK, you'll stay tonight|without paying.
-No, two, three days.|-No, that's all. You'll stay today.
-Tomorrow you'll leave.|Go away. -I need... I need...
-Tomorrow, you get lost,|so long, ciao. -So long, ciao.
You've been acting|a bit strange lately.
There's nothing wrong, really.
When you lie,|your forehead wrinkles up.
-A little line appears here.|-Well, I'm tired, Federico.
I just can't sleep,...
... for one reason or another.
Yesterday due to that foreigner.|He left a notebook here.
It had been so long since I|heard another language spoken.
Now tell me the truth.|What's wrong?
The restaurant|is up for sale.
-Hi. -Who is he?|-A guy that came yesterday.
How are you?
-Where did this guy come from,|Tito? -I don't know, buddy.
You're back. I kept it for you.|Just a minute.
I'll give it to you.
Oh... I think in hotel...
-Thanks, Miss.|-No, no. You're welcome.
I come to bring this for you.
You crazy thing!
What's that? A wrapped plate.|In the old times, you...
-...gave chocolates, flowers|at least. -They're the same.
-I can't imagine giving that|to a woman. -Identical.
Your trip is over? I mean,|you didn't like Buenos Aires?
No. I'm not return.
... I have no place to go.
I was stolen last night.
You're the only person|I know in Buenos Aires.
I look for a person.|I can't find her.
So I need a place to sleep.
Yes, of course.
No, this is not a hotel.
No, anywhere...|On floor... here.
I work here, we work.|This is a restaurant.
I can't work too, I cook, clean.|Once was barman in Heidelberg.
Barman? Yes...|But I don't have money.
-I don't need another employee.|-Need another employee?
No. I don't need anyone else!
Don't want you pay me.|No. Just sleep.
A contract for a couple|of days.
-No, there's no contract.|-One, two. -No!
Is this guy|planning to stay there?
He doesn't bother anyone.|He chats with Elsa.
Come on, he'll get bored|and will leave soon.
He'd better go or I'll call|the police. He's all we needed!
Who are you talking about?
If you go on teasing me, take|your plate and sit next to him.
And if you like him so much,|let him sleep in your house.
No, I only like Italians.
Besides, who knows|if it's true what he says?
And that about the restaurant?|Is it true?
Yes, Federico, it's true. But|I haven't told Angel yet.
But why the rush?|Why?
No, it's no rush. There's|a time for everything.
I don't get it, Oli.|Do you forget...
-...how much you invested in|this place? -How can I forget?
That's it. I can't go on.|I'm tired.
We're getting old, Federico.
No, I'm not old, and you|aren't either. What's old?
-See you.|-See you.
-Closing?|-Yes, we're leaving.
What are you doing here?
-Nothing. Do you have|a cigarette? -No.
Tell me one thing. Are you|planning to stay here long?
-Excuse me? -You're planning|to stay here long?
I don't know.
I like a lot.
You do?|And what do you like?
I'll tell you something. Even|though you stay for a year,...
... you'll get nothing because|I don't need anybody, I have...
... no money to pay anybody and|I have no place for anybody.
What do you think this is?|A hotel, a boarding house?
It's not. The only thing|I have is my restaurant.
If you don't want me to call|the police, get out of here.
Not restaurant here.
-Tell me. Do you have|a plane ticket? -Excuse me?
-Plane, ticket, return fare,|do you have it? -I do.
Good. You have plane ticket,|passport, you're young.
You were stolen or you don't|have money. Go to the Embassy,...
-explain that to them and they'll|send you back. -I can't go back.
I have nothing,|nobody in Germany.
-This can happen to any tourist.|-No. No tourist, no vacations.
I come to Argentina to look|for a woman, understand?
How old are you?
You want a place? Here you are.|If you don't find her, you go.
I don't care where.
It's a deal for a few days.|OK?
Thanks, Miss.|What should I do?
You find her.|And take a shower,...
...because you won't conquer|anyone looking like that.
I must clean the counter.
Your bump is better.
-Just a minute.|-Yes.
Yes. I'll be right with you.
Take this,|I'll explain to you later.
Come on, Angel, move.|Goodness!
You know the house|where the girl lives?
You drink wine and speak|foolish things.
-Hi. I'm Loli.|-Hi.
She lives here.|I looking for her.
You must eat something.
Come here.|I just made something.
So... did you find many|Garcías?
All of them, almost.
Don't feel bad.
At the beginning Buenos Aires|seems to eat you alive,...
... but then you get used|to it. It's easier.
You don't have to lose|your faith.
Do you have faith?
Now I think my father|in Germany was right.
Says I'm crazy... Travel without|know about her for so long,...
-... with, without money...|-When did you see her last?
A year and a half or so...
Parents always say you're|crazy when you're young.
Do you have a daughter?
No, that's not my daughter.
How old do you think I am?
She's an Italian who came|here like you,...
... with no money.
With a suitcase,|a name and an address.
-She also came here seeking|someone. -A man?
-Yes. -And when she comes,|she find him?
Yes. They met|after a long time,...
... after some years.
-In a movie theater.|-But the man...
... she looks for,|waits for her?
Yes, well... Things were|different at that time.
It was after the war.|There were few telephones,...
... letters got lost...
The same happened|with people.
People got lost too.
The irony was he was writing|to her to a desert village...
... in Italy and she...
...she was desperately looking|for him in Buenos Aires.
That's life, isn't it?
Sometimes things aren't|the way we want.
She stayed in Buenos Aires...
...because her father|also told her she was crazy.
She is pretty before.
Yes, she was pretty before.
And you know something?
She was happy...
-... because at that time|she never lost hope. -Hope?
Of being happy.
Look, I cut this|from the paper for you.
You can advertise there.|It's not expensive...
... and it may be easier.
Hello.|I thought you were Olinda.
-No, what is it? Is it leaking|again? -Yes, broken.
-But I fix.|-The pipes are bad.
Olinda told you|to fix them?
She doesn't like anyone to be|touching things in her kitchen.
Boys. What's going on?|Why are you here so early?
-I had to come near here.|-Near, what for?
-I took my girlfriend to the|doctor. -Is something wrong?
No, no.|Nothing's wrong.
-What's this mess?|For God's sake! -Water.
-I can see that. What happened?|-I told him you didn't like...
-...anyone working here, but he's|a busybody! -Did you touch it?
A barman and a plumber!|Very well!
Take this, honey! Learn|something. Take the bucket.
-Looking for work? -Classified|ads. I read to look for person.
Boys! If you remain like this,|you'd better get out of here!
You seem two statues.|And you look like a zombie.
You're always adding.
-What?|-You're always adding.
We used to add. Now|we only subtract, see?
This is the subtraction symbol,|and it's worn out.
Money is never enough.
In your country,|Germany, isn't it?
How much does|a cook helper earn?
Somebody like me?
-Dollar... money... approximately.|-I don't know.
Today there isn't much work.|But there is unemployment...
... insurance, one can live,|rent a small apartment,...
-... go out sometimes.|-Everything we can't do here.
-You can't.|-No, salary is not enough.
If I had money, big money,...
... I'd buy a car,|those without roof,...
... and I would buy|a lot of things.
I'd go out of here.|I'd take a chick with me.
-An Argentine girl, I mean.|-Argentine?
-Sure, they are the prettiest!|-Argentine.-They're the prettiest.
-Oh, come on! -No kidding! I|saw it in a magazine. I read it!
Angy, sweet as an Angel|and hot.
But she's not the one|you're looking for, isn't she?
-You've a girlfriend, don't you?|-Yes. She's expecting a brat.
-What?|-A brat, a baby.
-No! -Oh, yes, she's pregnant.|-Good!
-Look at the fatty's tits. She|has nice tits, right? -Tit?
No, no, not tit, no.|Tits, two. One, two, understand?
Are you closing?
Yes. Need anything?
I came to see Martín|but I lost track of time.
-He left earlier today.|-Olinda?
Yes. Want to say something?
-OK, see you.|-Luz!
Where are you going now?
That way. Home.
... do you like Buenos Aires?
I don't see much Buenos Aires.
-If you want, I can show you|some places. -Yes, perfect.
-Can you go tomorrow?|-It's all right for me.
-For you?|-Yes. Bye.
Hello. Yes, it's me.
Who? Oh, yes, sorry.|How are you?
No, no. I was far from here.
Well, I need to think it over.|No, no, no, I know.
But I want to be sure of that.|Give me some days, Di Paola.
I'll call you. I have the number|of the Real Estate Agency.
I'll call you. Bye.
My aunt makes these candles|but their essences...
-...aren't from here. -Nice|pefume. Where is it from?
-This candle causes an|immediate... -Nice smell!
-... relaxing effect, immediate...|-How pleasant.
This is green. It works|on the areas with tension...
-Maybe...|-And this one...
-If you smell this, another effect|takes place. -Which effect?
-Love.|-Come on, Elsita!
-Love, it's true.|-Don't lie to me, Elsita.
-Hi, sweetheart.|-How are you, Elsita? -Fine, fine.
-I forgot there was nothing. We|can heat it in the micro? -No.
My father doesn't live here|but with his wife and son.
My mother is travelling because|she's a costume dresser...
...for movies. She's working.|That's why I don't have food.
Do you like movies?
To watch them,|not to work on them.
-And you? -Yes,|I like them. In Germany I see...
... very, very movies,|very docu...
-Documentary!|-Documentary films, exactly!
My mother... always sees them,|with my brothers and me,...
-... before leaving to Spain.|-Did you live in Spain?
No, no. only she.
She left my father, us,|when I was a child.
I was born in Venezuela,|I lived in Mexico...
...and when Mum returned to|Argentina, I came with her.
When I finish high-school,...
... I want to travel.|I don't know with whom but...
... I want to go.|Then I'll come back.
Why do you want to go|and come back?
I don't know.
I feel that when you travel...
... distance makes you|see things better,...
...what you want and don't want,|what you like and don't like.
If you're near, you have no real|dimension of what's going on.
Well, I'd like to leave|and come back.
But I want to live here,|in Buenos Aires.
You're the first Argentine who|likes to live in Buenos Aires.
There are things|I don't like.
What things don't|you like of Germany?
Hello. Federico? No, don't fret.|It's Olinda. Were you sleeping?
No, nothing's wrong.|It's Peter.
No, no, it's late and|he hasn't arrived yet.
Well, it's 1 am, Federico.
Yes, he left early.
No, how could he?|His stuff is here.
I know he's a grown up man,|Federico, but...
...he's alone, he doesn't know|anyone, he doesn't have money...
Yes, isn't it?
OK, OK, I won't worry then. Yes,|thanks, Federico. Excuse me?
Yes, ravioli. See you tomorrow.|See you tomorrow. Bye.
Today, noon.|Martín looks for you.
-All right. -Sorry I don't|remember tell you but...
-Don't worry. I'll call him|later. -Good.
Why did you come|to Buenos Aires?
You haven't found her yet.
It might not be so difficult to|find somebody here, someone...
...must know her. Well, look at|me, I'm telling you this and...
... I never find Martín.
Why do you look for him?
-Why do I look for him?|-Yes.
I don't know.
I don't know either why|we can't meet and so...
... but I look for him.
How is it with her?
With her?|I don't know now.
Why didn't you come before?
Me and my father, we fight,|little money...
... and it's a big mess.
Do you have to go?
-No.|-What do you think?
What do you think?
-It's well said.|-Yes.
I think... it's first nice day|to me, in Buenos Aires.
Did you fall from bed,|Angelito?
What's going on?|Why this face?
I lied the other day when I said|I went to the doctor...
... with Blanca|for a check-up.
But why, is there anything|wrong? Come, let's go inside.
-No, I don't want to go inside.|-Why? What is it?
I was offered another job. The|other day when I left earlier...
... I went there|and lied again.
So I got the job and I'm|working here and there,...
... and I don't sleep. I'm like a|zombie, as you said. Remember?
What kind of job is it?
In a fast food restaurant:|hot dogs, hamburgers, that stuff...
A Fast Food.|What is it called?
''Rey Hamburger'', it means|the king of the hamburger.
Do you like it?
Yes. So, so.
I thought I would be able,|but now he is here and...
What are you saying, Angel?|He's not staying here!
-He doesn't work here! And|you know it! -Yes, I know.
Pick up the phone, will you?!
I'll come to see you,|you know?
Do you want help|with these boxes?
OK. Can I come to visit?
I must go now.
Olinda, the real estate|agent called.
He'll come at 6 pm...
... with a client.
Stop it a minute.
He didn't come.
And you were afraid the|German could have a problem...
No, please, Federico,|I don't want to talk about it.
I'm fed up of understanding|the problems of others.
What are you looking at?|Do you think I didn't see you?
-You're always looking at|this boy. -What do you mean?
-You're always doing|the same to me! -Don't shout.
-Don't shout. -I shout! I've|been looking for you all night.
-Hello, Elsa. How are you?|-How are you?
-What are you drawing?|-I'm going to draw life, Elsa.
-Excuse me?|-Go on.
Are you having lunch or not,|Federico?
I'm just asking.
Oh! You're beautiful, Oli!|A real flower!
please, Federico. You're too old|to be a latin lover, aren't you?
Why are you in such a good|mood in this lovely day?
-Where are you going?|-Downtown.I've got things to do.
Peter, if these people want|to see my bedroom,...
-... show them. If not,|keep it locked. -Yes.
-Who's coming?|-People from the realtor.
-The ones of the counter offer.|-Not them. They want...
-...to demolish the kitchen.|-So? You want to sell it?
Have you seen the kitchen?
How is it? In perfect conditions.|It was old stuff,...
...but good quality. Now things|don't have the same quality...
... than in the past.|For God's sake!
Oli and you,|do you fight a lot?
No, Oli always argues with|Angel, but now he's not here...
-... she argues with me.|-I think when I saw you here,...
... you are married.
Yes, it's a matter of time|we are not together.
Do you want to leave? Do it,|because this is fucking finished!
Finally you broke up|with this beast, sweety.
One moment, please.
What would you like, Miss?
A combo... club.
Guy! Where is this guy?
Here you are. Listen,|tell Olinda to call me today,...
... or I'll ring her later. Here's|my card. She always loses them.
This people want to buy it.
They'll build a video game|place.There's a school near here.
Understand? Nice guy...|Tell her to call me. Bye.
-Is the food in Germany|so bad? -What?
OK. Olinda. Oli...
-Yes. -If you think better|and want me leave,...
... I'll leave. I not look at|time last night. Say sorry.
-Siponto is vanishing.|-What happened?
Siponto, an earthquake,|my town in Italy.
I've been trying all afternoon...
... to remember the name|of my school but...
A lot of things happened there|but I couldn't remember it.
-What?|-Like my father.
He couldn't remember name|of the park when is a child,...
-... on other side.|-What side were you?
East. My family lived in one|side and the other...
... until wall... fall.
And what happened|to your father?
When I was a child...
... he watch the wall|in silence, next to me.
And when it fell,|my father cried.
I never saw him cry|before that day.
First thing he did,...
... come back to this park.
Did he recognize it?
It must have been|very different.
Yes, but he found the same,|like past.
Where do you live now?
My older sisters live in Berlin.|Me and my father...
... moved to Koblenz...
... six years before. He say:|Don't want live in big city.
Is Germany a nice country?
Yes, it's nice.
But here it's nicer.
In Germany there isn't|this sun,...
... this blue sky,...
... loving people...
... and all this.
If robbed, like I, have nothing,...
...no help there. You are broke,|like you say here: ''in balls''.
-You learnt very quicky.|-Angel is a good teacher.
-Yes, sure, Angel!|-And you.
No, I don't say ''in balls''.
-It bothers you?|-No.
Siponto, like Argentina,|a nice place too?
Yes, very nice.
Or it was, I don't know now.
-You never came back?|-No.
Are you coming back?
Can you keep my money?|I don't have any pockets.
When you not sad,|you are more beautiful.
Tell me that in German...|How do you say it?
What's wrong with you?!|Asshole!
How are you?
I don't know.
I don't understand.
It is the end of the trip|for me.
Well, it's something.
Now your trip makes sense.
You came looking for her|and you found her.
You left Germany because you|wanted to do so, didn't you?
You say one day:
''You see better...
... at a distance.''
Yes, I think so.
Now, if you want,...|you may come back.
Or go somewhere else.
Now you can choose.
-What?|-I want tell something.
Yesterday, I met Belén.
Well, that's fine.|Tell me, how was everything?
How did you find her? Where?
She is pregnant.
But could you speak|with her?
-Did you tell Belén you|searched for her? -No, no.
Olinda, it's not war anymore.
She doesn't think of me, never.
Did she tell you that? Did she?!
No, she didn't. I don't care.|I don't care.
It's an end for me.|Luckily, it's an end.
You say easily, luckily...
But luckily what?|So our deal was useless?
I met Linda here.
Olinda. This beautiful|place, the people,...
... but I have to arrange|my plane ticket now and...
Hello, Oli! How are you?
Can I speak with you?
Come in, please.
Don't tell me you're still|surprised! Angel left...
... at least 3 times in the 6|years you worked together.
-Five!|-Well, five, it's the same.
And the German|was also going to leave.
Everybody has a life, Oli.
So I'm right. I have to sell|the restaurant, everything.
No more Angels, no more|Germans, no more anything!
To sell the restaurant is|to finish with everything.
What'll you do, lock yourself up|and wait for the time to come?
If you can't do it alone,|you can ask for help.
-You don't need to prove|anything. -That's my whole life.
-I can't give it to anybody.|-That's why.
I've been thinking a lot,|and it's true. We're a bit old...
... so let's enjoy|what we have invested in...
... because we'll never forgive|ourselves for not doing so.
Life passes by.
Your house is beautiful!
I've always liked|this little garden.
You know what? I don't want|to go back to the restaurant.
I think it's a good idea.|Don't open.
Some days you don't feel|like working.
Let's have lunch together.
I'm sorry, but to tell you|the truth, I want to be alone.
I just want to walk...
... and think.
German,|this looks very nice on you.
Don't you know how to fight,|son of a bitch?!
-Shall we make a toast?|-To what?
We'll make a toast to us.
You know, sometimes in life...
... you don't know|what you want...
... and it's been a long time|since that had happened to me.
When I was young, I always|knew what I wanted...
... when you arrived here,|I hadn't heard...
... a foreigner speaking|for a long time.
And I couldn't stop thinking|I am a foreigner too.
I am Argentine now,|but I was born in Italy.
And... wherever you are,|you never forget this.
And Federico, you were right.|In our lives,...
... mainly at our age,|we have to do what we want...
... or we will never forgive|ourselves for that.
So I made up my mind.
-I'm travelling to Italy.|-To Italy? For how long?
I don't know! Until|I have no more money.
But how much money? It's not|the same 1 million pesos than...
I don't know, Federico. I'm|leaving for a year, a month.
Look at Peter.
I've always dreamt|of going back.
And that's all.
I think it's great,...
... really great for her...|her trip to Siponto...
-... for a while. -Yes! For a|while. At this age, it's different.
-Federico... -What're you going|to do with the restaurant?
Well, I've been thinking.
I don't know...|If you stay in Buenos Aires...
... you may have a job,|a house.
My house is your house.
Otherwise, I'll do as I told you.
I make a toast to you, Olinda,|and your trip.
To you, Oli.
To the three of us?
To the three of us.
Hello. Thanks a lot. Come on.
You have to open it|on the plane.
Are you happy?
-Yes. -Yes?|-Yes. -Yes.
I think I'm falling|in love with you.
-Why?|-Why? Because I feel it here.
-Here? Very good.|-''Very good''.
-Hello, hello, hello!|-Hello!
Look, look, isn't he handsome?|He's over there. He's cute!
-Come with me. I'll introduce|him to you. -No, no.
Do you like the party?
-Yes, it's OK.|-Yes.
A lot of people.
Federico,...|are you all right?
Yes, I'm fine. A bit tired.
Federico, come here.|I was looking for you.
Where were you?
Federico,|why such a sad face?
I'm not leaving yet.|I have some days left.
I'm not sad, a bit tired,|that's all.
OK, so you're happy because|I'm leaving. Perfect.
You're so beautiful tonight, Oli.
This dress suits you.
Your eyes are bright.
The same eyes I have|everyday, Federico.
No, tonight they are brighter.
Oli, if I told you now...
... that the German|was right,...
... that just to know the other|exists is not enough,...
... that love is another thing,|would you believe me?
But... you don't believe|in marriage.
-You like women too much.|-You know what it is, Oli?
I see that you're leaving, that|you won't be here everyday...
... and I don't know|for how long.
I can't imagine. I can't.
Maybe it's too late but|I only ask you to think it over...
... and come back.
I'll be here, or wherever|you want, waiting for you.
But we are too old.
No! We may have waited|too long, but it's not late.
I only ask you|to think it over, Oli.
We've already had our chance.
Think about it.|Travel, enjoy it.
Don't be so hard.
Give yourself another chance.
-Angel!|-How are you?
-I'm glad you came. -I heard|you were going to live in Italy...
No, no. Not to live, Angel,|just for a while, not to live!
I thought you were going|to live there.
Look at you. You're thinner.|Do you eat in that place?
-No, what do you think? -And|this haircut? -You came! Great!
TWO MONTHS LATER
Here you are.
-Anything else?|-No, nothing.
Letter for you.
Federico, this is Siponto.
Beautiful, isn't it?
The earthquake was not|so serious.
There is still green,|sea, new houses...
... and some old ones|I can recognize.
My school is still standing.|It's name is Scola Domus.
Please, tell this to Peter.
My house doesn't exist|anymore and...
...do you know what's|there instead? A restaurant.
Siponto is still the same...
... but it's also different.
Sometimes I think the same|happens to all of us...
... when we find|what we are looking for.
What do you think?
I believe, that in life, everyone|deserves a second chance.
Miss your company.
To my grandmother Ernesta.
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