Man Bites Dog
MAN BITES DOG (IT HAPPENED IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD)
I've just finished ballasting the corpse, see?
That means you fill it with certain things because...
You may not be aware that a corpse underwater
swells up with air, see?
So it tends to foat to the surface.
You have to load it with ballast so it sinks.
You weight it down with stones and other heavy stuff.
There's a ballast ratio for corpses...
Three times bodyweight
for an average adult like this victim.
But for children and midgets it's different.
Kids are lighter.
So it's four times bodyweight.
What? - Never had problems?
No. Midgets are heavier, so you double the weight.
Midgets have denser bones so you double the weight.
For old people, multiply by five. Old bones are porous.
- Hi, Mom! - Goodness gracious!
How's my little boy?
This is Mom, that's Grandma, this is the store.
This is where I grew up.
Grandpa's not here? - He's out.
He'll be back soon.
What time is it?
I've put up with her now for 53 years!
Imagine the effort it took him?
Guess who made the effort, me or him?
Hats off. I've put up with her now for 53 years.
He was such a cheerful little boy.
Full of pranks, and blond as a field of wheat.
Don't tease me, Papa. - Stop it or I'll cry!
You ruin everything.
Benoit was such a delight.
- A good boy? - A darling!
He was affectionate and sweet.
Laughing all the time, all the time.
What do you mean, "he was"? He's not anymore?
You don't understand me, Papa.
How they bickered!
Like cats and dogs!
I usually start the month with a postman.
I get up in the morning
and spend it pinching pensions.
At the same time this allows me to locate old folks with money.
What I avoid are young couples. They stink of poverty.
It's unpleasant. But old folks are loaded, that's for sure!
I've never seen an old pauper.
Stingy? Yes. But paupers? Never.
You watching me... or the kids?
They have guns just like me.
Not bad at all, these gadgets.
Give me one.
Go on and play.
No school today?
That's the trouble with women.
That's the trouble with women.
Sure I've been hurt before.
I gave them something, they gave me something.
But there comes a time
when you start to ask questions.
All on account of that little door.
In a couple, the door has to stay open.
And when it's open
it's either to bring in new nourishment...
or it's to let you out.
Either you add a little seed...
and that seed can be a baby,
or a good time or a holiday...
Or you get out, lock, stock and seed.
With women, you can't always tell if the door's open
and if it's time to add a seed,
or get the hell out.
I've been hurt because I'd open the doorwide,
and they'd shut it.
Love leaves a trail of sulfur
like some lingering smell.
As soon as you meet someone, you smell it.
Like when you take a leak, your fingers smell.
You have to wash them two or three times
so you can forget you pissed.
Watch me, I'll show you a trick.
As a kid they called me "The Octopus."
Because I could make any part of my body move on its own.
I'll show you.
All by itself. Watch my nose.
Now my ears. Watch closely.
See that? Look!
Now the right one. Now the left... See?
I can make something else move,
but it's not for the camera!
Turn it off, you jerk!
- Got home okay last night? - No problem.
I figured you guys must have been bushed.
Throw the keys down.
Or are you coming down?
I'll throw you the keys.
It's not the right key.
It's not this one.
Must be the other one.
Look who's here! Benoit!
I'm so glad to see you!
What a surprise! How've you been?
Fine, Jenny. I'm here with a camera...
They're doing a thing on me.
Do you mind? - Not at all.
Come in, come in.
Don't stay out there.
So what's new? - I had a rough time locating you.
I thought you still lived at Sablon.
We were evicted by urban renewal.
Here's where we wound up. - Maurice gave me the address.
I'm so glad to see you!
Got anything to drink?
My throat's dry.
- What'll it be? - Some of your brandy.
- How about your friends? - Ask them.
- What'll it be? - Something cold.
- And you, sir? - A beer for me.
- And you? - A brandy as well.
That's my Jenny.
That's her, this is her world.
That's her in her prime, when she was a beauty.
She's still a beauty.
That's when I met her.
This is Jenny's bed.
I'll show you something.
You can tan while you make love.
When you're through, you've got a brown ass!
Ever see anything like it? Bet not!
Jenny used to live...
I told you she moved. That's why we had trouble finding her.
She lived 30 years in the Sablon district.
Then some real estate developer...
I can't remember the name, but the hell with it...
decided just like that
to move in.! Sure they could...
The law's on their side. We didn't own the house.
Anyway, they raised holy hell, threw everyone out.
But it was the way they went about it...
So, they told Jenny to move out...
There was this little smart-ass,
a vulgar little jerk, who had the nerve
to speak and behave rudely with Jenny...
The Sablon may have got a face-lift,
but one guy's no longer around to enjoy it.
It's only fair if a member of the family is wronged...
So I went and had a little talk with that fella...
I'll call you back, sweets, I'm still working.
Talk to you in a sec.
Those bastards! A black night watchman!
What a dirty trick!
So you can't see him! Who'd ever sink so low?
They'll stop at nothing!
Poor kid, born under the sun!
I bet he grew up under the baobabs,
and here he is on a work site. It makes me sick.
They try to get away with murder.
It's like this cement. Hungarian probably. Made to last temporarily.
You can be sure they use more sand than cement, too.
They pinch pennies, then the walls crack!
The whole building crumbles.
I once buried two Arabs in a wall over there..
Facing Mecca, of course...
In two years their assholes will see daylight.
Let's go sink this Mubutu.
A handsome fella to boot.
But I'm warning you, I won't touch him.
AIDS. Green monkeys.
Grab him by the galoshes, but I won't touch him.
But why's he in yellow if he's in camoufage?
At least he had no dogs, usually they have a pack of curs.
I hate them. Blacks have a way with animals, you know.
That's a fact.
They know how to talk to them.
Here's our golden opportunity.
To see if that legend about their size is true.
Rémy, pull his pants down.
We'll know in a jiffy.
He's really well hung.
You can wrap it up now. It's disgusting!
The kid's barely 18 and already hung like a polar bear!
Kids like that often work in nightclubs.
It's their livelihood.
He must be a prude to take a job like this.
But some guys make a living with their organ. Awful, isn't it?
What's so funny?
It sure won't make you a living.
Here we are in a neighborhood of mostly senior citizens.
Planners design so-called low-cost housing.
Flats meant for young people,
for newlyweds setting up house,
for workers, for housewives,
and maybe even the unemployed.
It's all part of the district renewal plan
that aims to bring old folks out of isolation by mixing them
with the working population.
It's a great idea, but what I don't like is--
and here's the rub-- how can you design
low-cost housing projects
in total disregard for aesthetics?
I can't accept that, I'm sorry.
They thought of planting Japanese cherry trees
along the lanes, see?
In the style of English beach resorts.
A truly grand idea, but did they do it?
Did they do it? - No.
Yes, they did. But they didn't follow through!
That's the shame of it. It was purely cosmetic.
Just to dazzle them, and people fell for it.
I followed it all, I saw how far their bright ideas went.
What do you notice at first glance?
What stands out?
The red bricks!
What's red bring to mind?
Red is the color of blood, of Indians!
It's the color of violence!
And the scourge of society-- as everybody agrees-- is violence.
So why the red bricks?
Red is also the color of wine...
For wining and dining.
It's all about palm-greasing, dirty politicians
and wheeling and dealing.
It pains me. Wherever you take your camera...
Folks would love to stop and say,
"What a lovely flower bed, what powerful asymmetry!"
"What a beautiful red hue of brick."
But they never get the chance.
Instead they sit in front of their TV sets.
If I'd been asked to design that kind of a layout,
I'd have planned ground-level homes
with spacious lawns, a bit like Frank Lloyd Wright,
in the style of Japanese houses.
Despite their faults, those people sure know how to live!
You know, emphasizing aesthetics is one thing,
stressing the functional is another.
Those guys overemphasize the functional,
unlike people like Gaudi,
who had a magnificent architectural style,
a very organic style, forms that grow out of nowhere.
Or Horta who did such fabulous things,
those great whiplash effects.
Sorry to disturb you, we're a television crew.
We're doing a report on loneliness in high-rise apartments.
Would you mind answering a few questions?
Of course, if it doesn't take too long.
I promise we'll be brief.
You'll hardly notice us.
This is the crew.
Don't let the camera intimidate you. Just act and speak naturally.
It bothers me none. I was filmed once in Mons.
There was an army band concert. I enjoyed that.
That's fine, our subject is used to the camera.
May I ask my first question? - Ofcourse.
Tell me, Madam, among your friends and acquaintances,
does anyone visit you regularly?
I have acquaintances...
but I get along with everybody.
They call me Granny...
Granny Snuff, ever been snuffed out?
This is a special case.
When I came in, I immediately noticed the box of Sedocar.
You may not know this,
but Sedocar is a drug for heart patients.
So I just freaked her out,
which saves me a bullet.
It's so much easier on the neighbors, on me, and on her.
I like to try out new work methods.
She's fading fast now.
We may as well go straight to the heart of the matter.
Let's hit the jackpot. On to the kitchen?
Lift the tablecloth.
I'm gonna have a drink.
There's plenty for all.
I know you're filming on a shoestring budget.
I believe in sharing, no problem.
Back to work. Follow me and I'll show you.
I bet there's something under the bed.
I don't know, but I have a feeling about this room.
The little hog!
Now I'll show you something.
Here's the jewelry, glassware and stuff...
The old lady whet my appetite.
Know what I'd like, Rémy?
A nice big plate of mussels,
with lots of veggies, sauce, and fries.
Where can you get mussels?
- A restaurant. - By the sea.
You're my guests for a seaside dinner.
What do you say? It's a two-hour drive.
A big plate of mussels, some drinks...
It'll be a great evening. Just to celebrate.
What's the matter? Don't you like mussels?
Sure, I do.
Then why the blank look? Let's go.
I think André has to be home tonight.
- You have to go home? - I had other plans.
Then call home and let's hit the road.
What about him?
Without André, there's no point...
I'm the guy who should be invited!
Let's paint the town red.
What if we went another time?
They have commitments.
It's okay, if I plan in advance.
It's nice of you, Ben.
Then come with me.
I have no car.
- We'll all go some other time. - Okay, forget it.
I'll find a restaurant nearby.
Never mind, guys.
It'll be for another time.
Sure, no problem, another time.
We'll have plenty of opportunities.
Sure we will.
See you around. Let me know when you need me.
- Do you want a lift? - Walking's good for the appetite.
- We'll give you a lift. - I'd rather walk, for the appetite.
Thanks anyway, guys.
André hinted earlier
that you might have trouble financing the rest of your film.
I'm naturally ready to share the cost of film.
- I'd be delighted. - That's nice of you.
And if we have to work overtime, we'll do it.
We'll turn this film into an epic!
A toast to the old lady.
White or red?
Shall I choose?
We'll have this one.
I'm afraid that's not the wisest choice today.
If you'll allow me... - I'll allow you nothing.
Take care of your face case, then you can make allowances.
At times, crafty as a fox,
at times, a little rascal,
at times, a gangster,
but generous as they come.
Whatever the amount you need, Rémy,
Benoit will always, and I mean always, deliver.
In a kingdom by the sea,
along clear gulfs,
and plump waves
to stop the waves,
and flying fish, gliding like gulls,
and plankton to your heart's content,
and red salmon
leaping from the heavens,
the sour jelly fish and purple sea weed,
and the winter's kelp...
Nothing shall stop me from calling your name...
Sea, Sea, Sea, O cruel mother,
Oh, say, can you see...
What are you waiting for, douche bag, high tide?
We'd better go. Bring us a mop, please.
I'm all right.
Must be bad mussels.
You don't feel sick? - I'm okay.
Let's go home.
I'll pay and we'll leave.
Meet Valerie-- thanks to her many worldly contacts,
she's given me a taste of various artistic circles.
Some of those circles are very closed.
Today we're in the world of painting.
I have a keen interest in that world.
This is a very nice Swedish exhibit. Had a look?
The Swedish are interesting... intensely sensitive.
An artist I really appreciate is Bernard Buffet.
Know his work? You know who I mean?
He did a poster for Robert Hossein... Heard of him, no?
For a show called "The Life of Jesus."
It shows a big hand reaching up to the sky.
And the hand's meant to evoke Jesus.
The scarification and all that jazz.
Big hands, big drawings... A knockout!
Hossein sure knows how to pick his collaborators.
You like Hossein? His shows are great.
A great actor, too. He's made lots of movies.
He used to play dark romantic types in those old costume pictures.
Doyou know Ben's trade?
You can speak up. Your silence is eloquent!
Some trade! - Dummy!
Doesn't it botheryou?
I don't pry into his work.
Everyone's got to eat.
Besides, we're old friends.
Talking about Buffet, here it comes!
Over this way.
Don't be afraid.
The camera makes him nervous.
Help yourselves to canapés.
I only eat the top part.
- What note did you just play? - Oh, it's an F sharp.
- And what did you play? - An F natural.
That's right, ducky.
In 4l4 time.
Imet Valerie at the conservatory.
Keep in time.
You're playing too fast.
She must've been about 10.
She had long dark braids right behind her ears,
little white ankle socks and a little skirt.
She was always smiling,
running here and there, always late.
We used to laugh about it.
I must have been 17 or 18,
and I took her under my wing right off.
She'd play minuets and short pieces for me.
I'd try to accompany her.
She went on to make a career for herself, as you know.
And I'm proud ofher.
I changed instruments.
But it's like a horn, it needs polishing.
Stay on his tail!
- I think I hit him. - Where'd he go?
He came this way.
Smell something funny?
- What is it? - Chickenshit.
We're warm. Doomsday is near.
Come and look.
Up there by the skylight. Look, Rémy.
It's a pair. It's mating season.
Look at this feather.
The male secretes a pungent greasy substance
that lures the female.
That's Mother Nature.
Pigeon, winged cloak of grey,
In the city's hellish maw,
One glance and you fly away,
Your graceholds mein awe.
Shit, shit, shit...
Got a problem?
I lost something.
My I.D. bracelet. - What?
I lost my I.D. bracelet.
- Sentimental value? - First Communion.
It's a pain losing it, huh?
It was a pain to steal.
There aren't many kids around with my first name.
It's worth a small fortune.
I bought it with Dad.
See anything? - Nothing down here.
Look over the railing.
- Here? - To the left.
Here? Don't see a thing.
Move up, I see something shiny.
Take a good look. Go up two steps.
There's something shiny to your right.
That's not it.
It's just a piece of metal.
This happened to me in Biarritz. The only time...
...I went swimming with my signet ring, and lost it among the rocks.
No way of finding it,just like now.
I'd need a metal detector.
Got a zoom lens?
Can you zoom in and find him?
Sorry about your pal. It was an accident.
Stop it, kid, you start like that and it becomes a habit...
That's revenge... Stop it.
Come on... I understand... Stop it.
I'll buy you a drink at Malou's.
I completely forgot about this one!
Help me get him in the trunk.
Take his feet.
We'll make it a quick one, I'm beat.
Hi, Malou, how's life? - Fine.
Not much action.
Not for now. It'll pick up.
You gotta have hope.
See anything worthwhile?
I saw a real good boxing match.
The Moroccan featherweight.. A massacre...
He clobbered little Freddy.
They wipe us out everywhere, even in the ring. It's amazing.
Real quick on his feet, the little Moroccan...
And I mean little. - They all are.
You weren't big in the ring yourself.
No, but I had a real wallop.
- You sure did. - That's what counts, the wallop.
Take the train station murder.
The restroom murder.
Who got the headlines? Who?
Come on, who got the headlines?
- The dentist. - The dental mechanic!
And the toilet attendant didn't even get a single line!
Little guys don't make waves.
If you kill a whale,
you get Greenpeace and Jacques Cousteau on your back!
But wipe out sardines and you get a canning subsidy!
I go for the small fry.
- You're afraid of the big fish. - What?
- Afraid of the big fish. - You don't get it! Bug off!.
I'd rather talk to him.
I'm not afraid of big stuff, Rémy, honestly I'm not.
I just don't like to make a fuss.
I hate making waves. I work small and reap big!
But I know the nice suburbs. Anytime you wanna go!
- Let's go then. - Whenever you like!
- Not tonight. - Why not?
Because we lost our sound man,
and without him I don't feel up to it.
And I still have to dump the cabbie.
I'm going to the quarry, the canal's a drag.
This one's on me.
The shooting's temporarily on hold.
Patrick, our sound man...
Things like that are really hard to talk about.
This may sound like a cliché...
But it's an occupational hazard.
We're all aware of that.
I think Patrick was.
And I think we should continue the film...
because this is your film, Patrick.
That's what I wanted to tell you...
that we're all thinking of you...
the girl you just moved in with...
who's carrying your child.
So long, Patrick.
Bear up, Marie-Paule.
No, no, that one's much too big.
Too near the street.
Hold on a bit...
Stop here, Rémy.
You wanted a nice suburban home, take your pick.
All we have to do now is wait.
We wait nice and quiet until dark.
Hand me a beer.
Who shook up the beers?
I haven't always been...
Check that out.
Ten years from now she'll be sucking dick like her mother.
Nature really does things right.
Amazing. And she doesn't even know it yet.
Doesn't even know the color of a cock.
Say, Rémy, that reminds me...
Aren't there a hell of a lot of gays in your trade?
In show biz?
You oughta know, there are more in your trade
than in most normal trades.
You can say what you want.
You don't mind me talking about it?
Look at Charles Trenet.
Now there's a fagrant case for you.
I think they're all over the place, you know....
It doesn't bother me personally.
You must know a few. - Like Cocteau?
No, that'sJean Marais. Butyou must know some gays, André.
I was watching you three the other day.
You wouldn't happen to be gay?
No kidding, Rémy?
Because I don't mind ifyou are... No?
Close the door, Rémy.
She'll calm down soon enough.
Catherine, get the door!
Who was it, darling?
André, Rémy! Does this remind you of anything?
The Old Gun !
Philippe Noiret! A nice movie.
Franco, over here.
Stick the mike here.
That's my idea. Fat Noiret didn't do that.
Noiret's put on weight.
I lost him.
Come on out!
It's just for fun, kid!
Come on, kid!
You can't stay in the woods alone.
Put out your spotlight.
Put it on!
What the fuck are you doing? Catch him, you morons!
Damn it, he's as turbulent as his mother!
Rémy, gimme a hand, get his arms and legs.
Filthy kid, goddamn it!
Hold his arms.
Do you kill many children?
You must have noticed that I don't really have the knack in this department.
This must be my second or third kid in five years.
- I don't like infanticide. - Why not?
Kids aren't good business, Rémy.
In theory, they're not bankable, understand?
You can still make something off him.
You must mean kidnapping.
But I think it's more ofa nuisance than anything else.
Especially when the media gets involved.
Now hold on, I'm not talking about you.
You're pretty discreet. Congrats.
That'll do it.
The little creep really had us going.
We really blew it.
I warned you about suburban homes.
There are credit cards.
You might as well call the cops right now.
Go on. There's the phone.
This is bullshit.
And we're running out of cash for film.
And we're running out of cash for film.
The problem's not cash. That, I have.
It's those three innocents. There oughta be a law.
Well, I'm... I'm not...
I'm not a lunatic.
It's a shame to let big houses fall into neglect like this.
It's a shame to let big houses fall into neglect like this.
Throw a coat of paint on the walls and mirrors--
and it's Versailles.
Could be, but it'll take more coats than you think.
Your bad breath is something awful, Rémy.
You shouldn't talk under people's noses,
because it's really unpleasant.
Watch out for the window, André.
Stop bumping into things.
Really! I don't know why, but all day long
you stink like a billy goat when you talk loud under people's noses.
Don't mind the mess.
How much you need this time?
How much? - 1 0,000.
Damn it, you spend it faster than I make it, Rémy.
Let me tell you something, Rémy, your spotlight gets on my tits.
Sorry, but there's not enough light.
I know, butyesterdaywith the kid it blinded me and disrupted mywork.
- I'm sorry. - Sure, you're sorry.
Here, for your bad breath-- have a candy.
Right before he died, I told him,
"Come on, we've got enough footage.
We've got enough sound."
And he said,
""We'll never have enough.""
He was a charming boy...
who wouldn't compromise...
We're all thinking of you, Franco,
and this film's dedicated toyou.
And I'm thinking of Marie-Paule, your girlfriend...
Ricardo Giovanni, alias the Nightingale.
Capable but dissolute, much too dissolute.
Like all Mediterraneans.
Come on out.
A camera crew. Know 'em?
I'm a director. This is my team...
Holy smoke, André! Get a load of the big camera!
This is real fancy material. Don'tyou want it?
No, it's video.
- And what's ours? - Film.
Let's take advantage ofour luck, Rémy.
This one's for you.
That makes 68 francs...
That makes 68 francs...
Here you go.
Doyou have any room, sir? I'll giveyou a bag.
1 80 grams. All right?
For once we have something to celebrate...
Don't tell her! I'll have some...
Well, it's a French drink...
Malaga wine. - There is none.
- Some Muscat. - There's no Muscat.
- No alcohol? - None at all.
- A Coke? - That, I have.
Grandma's not here?
She's in the store.
But I can still have something else.
What I had with Hugues.
- Port wine. - Port!
Be careful, he's not allowed to drink.
Don't give him a drink. He shouldn't.
- Why not? - He's been sick.
- Really? - Yes, indeed.
What did he have?
Vascular spasms. He could get a heart attack.
So be careful. He mustn"t overdo it.
One glass... He forgets, too.
He forgets what he drinks, and that makes it even worse.
Understand? - Yes, sure.
He doesn't realize it.
I have two pairs of panties of... Brigitte Bardot's.
The fellow was in raptures.
But I tell him it's 200 francs a pair.
In those days, 200 francs was a lot for the time.
So we make a deal.
But I still had to pick up the panties
at the department store.
I buy the panties, I rumple them, I come back.
- You bought two pairs? - Two pairs?
So I give him one and I say, ""There are the panties.""
And I get my 200 francs.
So for 200 francs, I sold Brigitte Bardot's panties.
In those days, that's at least 1 ,000 francs nowadays.
In those days. - He still thinks it's her real panties?
I think he does.
I recently asked him ifhe still had them.
He says, "I still got 'em."
It's a true story.
I think the chubby one there was Grandma's sister.
Switch on the lights, Rémy.
These old films are just charming.
Grandpa didn't do so badly with his tiny material.
I love watching them.
You're gonna break 'em. Just take it easywith those.
Let's go downstairs beforeyou break everything.
What did I tell you?
- I think... - I've had enough.
- Doyou want an orange? - No, I don't like fruit.
Are you sure?
They killed a child...
Butjust before, they killed his parents.
So he saw his parents being killed. Can you imagine?
I swear if they did that to a child of mine, I'd slaughter "em.
And with me, there'd be no trial.
I'd be judge andjury myself!.
Has Roger been around the ring lately?
- Who? - Roger.
Haven't seen him in a while. Why?
I hear he's boxing again.
I don't know what happened.
Tell the gentleman how you got your job here.
Mr. Benoit got it for me.
You haven't come to see me in a while.
What? - I didn't know.
I can't hearyou.
I didn't know whereyou were, sir.
And no kiss from Benichou?
He doesn't look happy to see me.
The boy looks pale.
Come see me after the fight. I'll give you some money.
Buy him a new satchel.
And buyyourself some shoes. You look like a gypsy.
Film lovers, good evening!
Tonight, for one showing only...
My big dick!
You're not gonna start that again?
Film lovers, a slight change ofprogram...
You're gonna see Malou's great big tits.
Malou! Your tits!
Cut it out, Ben!
You've gone far enough. - Okay, okay.
I've had it with your grossness.
- What'll it be, Rémy? - Another one.
A Dead Baby Boy.
No more beer, you're having a Dead Baby Boy.
How about you? - A Dead Baby Boy.
- And the new guy? - A screwdriver.
You're having a Dead Baby Boy with the rest ofus!
Malou! Four Dead Baby Boys!
What is it? - A Dead Baby Boy?
Malou, make 'em stiff!.
You know your problem?
It's your temper, it does you wrong.
I wonder why.
- It does you wrong. - No, it doesn't.
It'll doyou wrong soon.
Quit laughing, you half-wit!
Stop hitting me, creep!
Areyou uglywhen you laugh!
He's so uglywhen he laughs!
You should have let me fi lm him, André.
Serve us up.
A tear ofgin.
Just a tear.
A river oftonic...
the little victim:
One part olive,
one part sugar cube,
and one part piece ofstring.
And there's our Dead Baby Boy.
A quick ratio quiz:
How much ballast does it take to sink a dead kid?
How many times the kid's bodyweight?
Twice his weight!
Shut up and let Rémy answer. Twice his weight, correct.
Why? Because his bones are... - Porous!
IfI'm boring you,just say so.
You're not even paying attention.
Nowyou take your Dead Baby Boy
and sink it.
And you wait and see.
When the olive rises...
Whichever comes up fi rst
is the loser, and buys the next round.
It's as simple as that.
Goddamn it. I get myjacket soaked
every time I serve a drink.
Malou, set up another round.
That was a nice little package, Vincent.
Sucker. He's a sucker.
I'll buy the next one.
I'll eat my Dead Baby Boy.
Waste not, want not.
Never swallow the string.
That was a great one!
Get out! I've had it with you!
Just say I disgustyou!
All because I have some faults!
I'll go because I am cinema!
From screen to screen, film to film,
I gave you my life,
And you, Gabin,
son of Lucien,
it made you a good boy again!
All together now!
Get a shot of me while I piss, that's it!
Come on, you jerks!
In the port of shadows,
sings Michéle Morgan.
Got a great pair of eyes on,
Heputitsonicely, that Jean.
From screen to screen, from film to film,
Ivan Rebrov, Yuletide child,
And you, Ivan,
Hush, not a sound, It's the night round.
Hush, not a sound, It's the night round.
Keep the silence,
Onward without asound.
I'll blow his brains out!
What's your wife's name?
I like to know a woman before making her come.
You're all beasts. It takes a little gentleness.
Like a little bird coming home to roost.
Like a little piggy.
See that? She's moaning!
the concierge gave me this.
It'd been in a box for 3 days. It began to stink.
I had a shock!
I didn't know ifI should wait to showyou.
You did the right thing. Put it away now.
- I had to showyou. - You did right.
- Know what it means? - Don't worry, I know.
You see, Rémy,
at that hideout I wasted an Italian named Giovanni.
Well, this is a warning from his brother.
I knew he'd turn up someday,
but it's just a warning.
Don't worry, Valerie, Just burn it and forget about it.
They'rejust Italians... Small-time.
He hasn't been working out regularly.
Paul, go and work with Karim.
- Does it hurt? - A bit.
But that's normal.
I'm starting to get some movement again.
- Are you? - Sure.
Good for you.
Careful, don't exert yourself.
Don't overdo it.
I'll be on my feet in a couple of weeks.
When you'reyoung, you're in shape soon enough.
When you've got your youth, you mend quickly.
You can be sure ofthat.
Modern medicine works wonders.
The things they can do today.
I always warned him this would happen.
It was a great match.
That's the way sports are.
All that running around, it's like soccer, you murder each other.
Mom got a rat in the mail.
A skewered rat!
Really? A skewered rat?
I know who sent it.
It's those Taviers again.
Guess what they did Just recently?
They pissed in MadamJoquet's mailbox!
All her letters soaked through,
Why, did you read them?
It hurts to laugh.
When you see something like that...
Butjust look at that poor man there...
His children don't even come to visit.
What a shame. - It's a shame.
- Does he have kids? - I think so.
He must have children, but he never gets any visits.
Don'tyou smell something?
Chickenshit? - Not that.
It smells like shit. - Could be.
Did you make caca?
Did you make caca?
That's kind ofyou, but don't bother.
You did make caca!
I'm all right. It's fi ne like that.
I'll ring for the nurse.
He shits all day long.
It doesn't bother you?
It's like this all day, and he sings too.
Shits and sings, that's all he can do.
He's a pharmacist.
You're just in time for a real treat.
- We did a big caca! - I did it just foryou.
I shit for nights, I shit for days,
I shit allover, I shit always.
If you'd only behave. Behave!
If you don't have looks, at least have manners.
You want to repeat that?
I'm here to do myjob agreeably!
If you call that work... You enjoy it.
You love shit, eh? You sure raise a stink over crap!
I giveyou plenty, butyou're never happy.
I'll change you.
- You could leave me as I am. - Wallowing in shit?
You enjoy it.
You'd be mad ifthere wasn't enough!
- Lucky they're not all like him. - You'll get your money's worth.
Let's go, my girl.
I shit for nights, I shit for days,
I shit allover, I shit always.
Take care ofyourself. And we'll go out
and have that drink when you're out and about.
Talk about surprises,
this takes the cake.
Were you in on this?
This is a hell ofa surprise.
It sure is nice to see people in the pink.
You're all fixed now.
How's the hip,Jenny?
- Getting better. - Watch yourself.
You too, Valerie, with all those drugs you take.
Especially the pill!
Let's have some cake.
Just a small piece,
I already ate at the hospital.
For me, a big piece, like my piece!
It's worth tasting.
Here's to Ben.
- For me? - From the whole crew.
Thanks, André, Vincent. - Happy birthday, Ben.
What is it?
It's not very heavy. It can't be a bomb.
I'll open it.
That's a great idea.
Just the right color. Who picked it out?
- André. - Thanks so much.
It was the perfect choice.
Help me put it on, Rémy.
It's just what I needed, but never thought of it myself.
Quality leather, too.
Can you get me my revolver? I'll try it right now.
Found it, Valerie?
What freedom of movement, what a difference!
You can really move around in a thing like this.
May I have some more bubbly?
You're spoiling me. - Aren't we?
What is it?
- It's a beauty. - I thought so.
It's a real pleasure.
It"s a splendid seagull. Got it in the frame?
Isn't it nice?
A fine gull.
Have some more cake.
I haven't finished my first slice.
Anyway, I'm not that hungry.
That's sweet of you,Jenny.
You're welcome, sir.
If you like it.
You don't have to call me "sir."
What's this "sir" business all ofa sudden?
True, I don't always say ""sir.""
How can I say it...
- You're moved? - I'm moved...
By that pretty creature!
We can forget it.
Take a look.
What the hell are you doing?
I can still see a huge bundle from up here!
Do I have to come and do it myself?
Cover all that up!
Rémy, I can see legs sticking out!
Don't just stand there!
You have nothing better to do than fi lm, André?
Am Ion television?
Shouldn't have done it like that.
I should have thrown him on the crates and hit him.
He had me waltzing like a skirt.
He had time to kick me in the nuts.
I can't move in this thing.
He got out of that nicely.
You could have given me a hand there.
I didn't expect...
Teamwork means being able to count on your colleagues.
But I couldn't count on you this time, right orwrong?
It's a shame.
And stop making faces behind my back.
Thejuryhandeddown its verdict late this afternoon.
Forthelast time, BenoitPatard stoodin the dock,
asardonicgrin onhis face,
andhis usualsmug, arrogantglintin his eye.
Don't talk tome about other murders until the seareproven.
A harsh verdict for such evidence?
Yes. I will be consulting my client to decide if we'll appeal.
That's all I have to say. Thank you.
What would you like me to bring you?
Don't say that.
We always need something.
What can I bring you from the store?
I'll come see you often, I promise.
How often can I come?
I have no idea.
They didn't tell you yet?
- Smoking's allowed? - Yes, it's allowed.
I'll bring some, butyou need food...
Cigarettes aren't enough.
I don't believe it.
I don't believe anything they say. I really don't.
I'm so sad,
but whatever happens, I'll always come.
Rémy, it's Ben.
Meetmein two hours.
First, pick up Valerie.
Meetme where we met the fiirst time.
A thousandleaves mingle
Plump brown chestnuts
Pummeltheground, YetIremain unharmed.
The coldspews scorn Atsummer's dying twitch,
Which with alastlazystroke
Warms mylimbs aching Fromanotherassault
Without trumpets or banners,
Seeit, here it comes.
The splendid autumn.
- Hi, Ben. - Valerie's not with you?
She was to meet us here.
Can I have a cigarette?
How'd the jailbreak go?
Take off, Rémy.
- Water's no good for futes. - Think shit's good for scales?
Is it serious?
Mom wasn't a musician! Is that what you want to know?
She got hers with a broom!
Sorry, Rémy... I'm sorry, kid.
I want to get some things out of the closet.
I want to get some things out of the closet.
It was a great hideout.
- Sorry? - I said it was a great hideout.
- What'll you do now? - What?
What doyou plan to do now?
I don't know... Leave, in any case.
Got a place to go? Whereyou know somebody?
So you're here, too.
Let's recite, Rémy.
In the city's hellishmaw...
Oneglanceandyouflyaway... You've got it.
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