subs by the blob
Golda School 1999
Liby! Get rid of the oranges!|The cards are coming!
Whatever happens, nobody says anything.
Something very unusual happened in this class.
This is the first time in the history|of the school.
Maybe in the history of the whole|education system,
that a whole class, all of you,|got a perfect 100.
Not one of these 24 creations
contains a single mistake.
It's amazing. They're all correct.
And not only that,|they're all solved the same way.
It's like a cloud of telepathy fell|over the class.
And so it goes, that Galit Biron,|that her weighted average
comes close to 37 thinks exactly|the same way as Elinor Galash,
whose average is 107.
Doesn't it strike you as a bit odd?
Now, there's a big difference
between a small sophisticated connivance,|and organization leading to anarchy.
And it turns out that you need|some brains to cheat.
And if you had some brains,
you would have distributed some|good grades to this mediocre class
and some lower grades.
But hundreds for everyone,|that's apparent. Apparent!
This, gentlemen, is an act of rebellion.
And like any act of rebellion,|there's the leader,
and there are the following masses.
A herd of stinking swines!
Now, if there's a swine in this class|who wishes to be Napoleon one time
let him stand up and confess.
First thing, take another green.
This green, relaxation-wise,|equals two oranges.
But concentration-wise,|it can put an elephant to sleep for a week.
It's true everybody's using oranges.
But we, as the leadership, can afford ourselves
a green before investigation.
Imat Brazil Elinor Galash,|what a name you have.
We both know you're the only one in the class
who can solve all 100 exercises in this book,
without connection to what the teacher|chose to give you in the exam.
What do you want, headmaster?
That I'll hang myself on the|basket because of that,
and they'll find a note in my mouth|saying "I didn't betray"?
I see you problem.
A problem common with geniuses|of your genre.
I understand you're a very lonely girl.
One that can be easily used to solve|100 exercises in the night
for a little warmth and love.
You're right. Sometimes I walk in|the street, and am amazed at
how men my father's age turn|their head when they see me.
But what does that have to do|with what happened in class?
Cool down, alright?
I'm only trying to be alert to|my students' mental balance.
In every crime, there's a number one,|and a number two.
Number one is in charge of planning.|Number two
is the slave, the gimp.
The one that gets the maximum|penalty while the head sneaks out.
And why do you think they go on|number two during investigation?
Because he has the most chances|of inheriting the brain.
A natural mistake of number twos.
They go on him because he's|emotionally weak.
You see, Monsieur Rosenthal?
Number two carries around a lot|of frustrations towards the leader.
OK, I can see you think I'm number two.
That I have a lot of frustrations,|that I feel inferior.
But we both know you have nothing on me.
I see you're not only depressive|with a tendency for violence,
but you're also not very smart.
If you were a little more alert|you'd see that...
you'll be sold anyway.
But I see you want to be number two forever.
Don't worry, I won't be in your way.
Me, I'm only interested in one thing.
Who is the swine that blackmailed|Elinor Galash.
Let me tell you about a dream|I had last night.
In this dream, I'm sitting in a bobsleigh
which slides at fantastic speed|down the snow tunnels.
And who do you think sits there|in front of me?
Edith Piaf sits there.
Who's that, headmaster?
The fact that you don't know who|she is, is irrelevant to the story.
Ask your father who she is.
And while we slide,
she sings "Non, Ne Je Regrette Rien".
And I hold her slim waist and I feel|how her holy voice flows
right into my heart.
And people stand on the sides|and clap their hands,
serving us cups of tea like in a marathon.
But the slope never ends.
And I look for the break,|and there isn't any.
You see how it's connected with you, Tikel?
Have you ever been in love, Tikel?
At your age I was desperately in|love with a girl.
I did a lot of nonsense to impress her.
You know what she does today?
She works at the post office.
Sitting and putting stamps,|with her butt.
Never mind. Sometimes you do|mistakes out of blindness, Tikel.
But at the end, we each go back|to our natural place.
Like the salmon.
Like the salmon,
that comes back to where it was spawned,
After circling the northern ocean
for four years and two months.
Now, I want you to admit your|pathetic attempt at rebellion.
Admit it now.
Look, I don't know what other|children told you,
but I didn't copy no exam, and|didn't organize any rebellion.
I sat down, and solved the exercises.
But I do believe I understand|the salmon parable.
Get out of my office!
Did you take a pill? No.
I'll cut your head off and spill all|your blood if you say anything.
Maybe you want to guess who told on you?
You were there a long time, eh?
I don't need to guess, I know.|Galit Biron.
Know, yes. And maybe you claim|she made it all up?
No, not at all.
Zvi. Let me.
All this is not interesting.
What interests me is how she got|the questions for the exam,
which were marked in your book,|which was locked in your private locker.
I didn't break into anywhere, headmaster.
No, no, sure you didn't.
Look, Clara. We both know your parents|immigrated here from some remote hole
in Asian Russia.|But you're a pretty intelligent girl.
Believe me, I know how things work.
You're only the cone. The delta.
I'm here to help you.|Do you understand what I'm saying?
Now. Tell me, how did you get the|questions for the exam?
You gave them the number, didn't you?|Did you or did you not?
I did, headmaster.
How did you get them?
An idea came to me.
An idea came to you?
Yes, an idea came to me, about the|exercises in the book we'll get.
Munitz said the question for the|exam will be from the book.
So I sat at home, opened the book,
and the exercises jumped in front|of my eyes.
This lovely building that you see|behind me, with the elegant dome
is a nuclear plant. A narrow fissure|in a thin aluminium pipe
separates this plant from the|plutonium leak that will cause
the death of thousands in horrible agony.
This is the dog Charlie.
Charlie is the dog that will warm|your legs, in the cold winter nights.
Two days after the mushroom sinks,
Charlie's fur will fall down, and|he will look like a mouse.
Say, dad - do you think anyone|can tell the future?
I think the past is much more|interesting than the future.
We have one, in the class, that knows|what will happen in the future.
You don't know her.|A Russian, kind of weird.
With purple eyes.
This is the first time you're talking|about girls in this house.
You know, when I was your age,
my dream was to know what|everybody's thinking about me.
I'd lie for hours in bed, trying to imagine
what each and every one of|the kids thinks about me.
Until this day I keep dreaming|about knowing what others are thinking.
Mainly, I'd like to know what my|inmates are thinking while I...
beat the hell out of them.
I'm not talking about the thoughts|they have when they think they're not guilty
but about what they're thinking|when they see my hand
smacking on their face at 120 kmh.
What are they thinking?
How did you say that girl was called?
Clara. Her name is Clara.
I'm freaking out in here.|I'm gonna call Rosie.
... These little children with the orange capes.
This is how it would look in|your own back yard,
where you children play in the afternoon
the day after the mushroom sinks.
We came on a dead day.
Say, who's that Marilyn Monroe, after|which the seismographic institute is called?
Marilyn Monroe.|What, don't you know her?
She was Richter's whore.|The one from the earthquake scale.
Just so you know, when there's an|earthquake, the seismograph is happy.
It starts drawing Marilyn Monroe.|Naked.
They tell the strength of the earthquake|in Richter by the size of her breasts.
That Richter was a real sex maniac.
Say, dad - Who is Edith Piaf?
Edith Piaf? She was some French|singer. Not too bad, really.
She used to fuck all kinds of|third-rate boxers. Why do you ask?
Our headmaster used to know her.
I like this day the best.|First class is sports.
I don't know how you can even breathe|in sports with this stinking weather.
At least at home you can close the shutters.
Right, they evacuated Asthma to the hospital
in the middle of the 600m run last week.
But still, I prefer sports to|classes in the classroom.
In the classroom, seven minutes|after the class starts, I go nuts.
After a quarter of an hour,|I'd rather die than suffer that misery.
Say, isn't there... one teacher,|which you... like?
Hate them all. I hate them to death.
I think you insulted your|mom a bit yesterday.
Sensitive woman, your mother.
What did you do with Rosie yesterday?
I didn't go to him at the end.|I went to the forest.
What did you do in the forest?
I don't know.
What do you mean "I don't know"?
Come on, Eddie, get in the car|you cocksucker
I have some things to do until we get there.
That's Vered, Rosie's sister.
Come on, get in!
There are two kinds of girls I can't stand.
Whores and snitches.
You're both a whore and a snitch.
We'll have to kill you.
Rosie, the flower looks ready to be watered.
You have the mind of a horse,
so you should be able to understand that the|chemical effect of a lighter and fuel, is called fire.
You're insane Rosie, that's real fire...
Let me go, we have a math test now.
Instead of sports we have a math test again.
How do you know?
Clara told me.
When did she tell you?
Can you, maybe, check the book for us?
He always gives questions from|the book. He's so square.
I don't know. But I can try.
You're so naive. How can she|know, out of a thousand exercises...
Shut up and start solving!
Are these all of them?
No, there's one more,|but I can't concentrate like that.
Can you back off a little?
Come on Elinor!|The scooter is on the way!
We still need to copy the answers.
First, you don't let anyone go|out during the test.
Don't even let them go to the toilet.
Be especially careful of the little women.
This exactly the age, where their|fluids go into their head
and all those hormonal eruptions|make them not distinguish
between right and wrong.
I saw girls that age do some terrible things.
And as a principal, of course,|I can't give them a body search.
But pay very good attention to|those trained little kittens.
I've been awake since five.
I hope you picked the harder|questions from the book this time.
Nobody knows what questions|will be in the test. Not even me.
Elinor Galash, come here.
Is this a personal test, teacher?
No. This is the lottery.
Books, notebooks, only one|pencil on the desk.
You're invited to put your hand inside,|and tell everyone what you feel in there.
Well, what do you feel there?
How many notes?
A thousand notes.
Even Galit Biron can solve the|first question in the book.
Now, take out five notes,|and tell everyone,
the questions that will be in the test.
Maybe you haven't noticed, Elinor Galash,|but there's a little line under the number.
A minor detail, that little people such|as yourselves tend to ignore usually.
The number again?
I see you like it, eh?
What are you doing here, Tikel?
What do I have to do here?|I'm taking a piss.
Don't you think you should have|something else on your mind right now?
Actually, I have a lot on my mind lately.
I think I have some kind of mental crisis.
If something is really bothering you,|you can talk about it with me, Tikel.
You know I'm not a conventional principal.
No, it's just a temporary crisis.
Don't get smart on me.
Where's your collaborator?
Then who did you whistle to?
I find it easier to piss when I whistle.
I finished the test long ago,|if that's what you mean.
Actually, everyone has.|Except Galit Biron.
I want to tell you something.|In Krim, the place Clara came from,
there are a lot of supernatural phenomena.
I heard about someone there,|who was born with two brains.
He works at the nuclear plant,|developing bombs,
that a man with only one brain|can never develop.
Personally, as someone with only one|brain, I can tell you I saw very well
how Munitz looks at her.|And not at her head.
I think he's a big lecher, even though|he acts like a cocksucker in class.
If you look at Clara deeply, you'll see|she's not an ostrich from the zoo either,
How she hints him with her bleached eyes.
How are you talking about?
Don't tell you're stupid enough to|believe she guessed all those numbers.
Twice? She gets in his head too well.
Come on, let's go.
I tell you, that Tisona, like he|prowled the toilets like a leech
to catch us red handed.
After that, he started to go wild.
Banging on the walls. Licking toilets.
I tell you, the system is paralyzed.|We need to take advantage of it.
Lets smear shit on his windshield.
Go to the jungle you pervert.
I have a great idea.
Let's burn down the school today.
We'll do something real heavy that will|put this place in the country's history books.
Listen to what I tell you.|The revolution starts here.
Ok, Rosie. Your place at 4. Bye.
Did you notice that Tikel got soft lately?
Let me tell you something,|but you better swallow what I tell you,
so you don't spill it out at|the wrong moment.
Tikel is in love with Clara.|I've noticed it long ago.
Both by how he talks and|by the way he looks at her.
I think this screws his mind a little.
And if you're asking me, I don't|know if he's not a double agent for Tisona.
What are you saying?
He doesn't know it, but he's in love.
I thought he was going for Elinor.
Where are your eyes?|Tikel's nothing to Elinor.
Elinor Galash has been fucking|pilots for two years.
You've gotta learn to see|the hints people transmit.
Be sensitive to what's going on around you.
It'll help you personally.
Ok, I'll bring the fuel,|and you'll bring the spray.
Bring black. They'll put us|into "Catastrophes in Israel".
This is the westernmost tree in the forest.
It caries virus zero.
From it will start the plague that|will turn this whole forest into desert.
Virus zero is not just a lethal virus.|It eludes us.
It eats the trunk from within, leaving|the outside whole, without any traces.
But suddenly, you trust it.|Your favourite tree.
Who's ringing in the forest?
The tree on which you scratched|your initials in puberty.
It's the door.
The tree, which under its green branches,|you first fucked your girlfriend,
entrenched by love.
This is the tree,|which will fall on your head.
400,000 trees a month will die|in front of your eyes.
Come. Come in please.|Everybody's here.
First of all I'd like to make one thing clear.
As long as I am here, this place|is under school jurisdiction.
It's like a consular.
Regarding Clara. I talked with the lady.
Umm... I'm afraid that, what happened|in the first test happened in the second as well.
You don't want me to believe that|Clara transmitted the answers
using a nail sized transmitter
you brought with you from the|pitiful remains of the KGB.
Excuse me one moment, Mr. consul,|if I'm interrupting your speech. I'm very sorry.
The KGB caught me when I was in Russia.|You see?
There are a lot of people there who|carry microphones inside their heads.
Maybe I have one too?
But Clara doesn't have one.
She knows everything.
Have you heard of statistics, Robin Hood?
Does anyone here know what a|geometrical series is?
You. Do you know what a|geometrical series is?
No. I'll explain. Ok.
Let's take a chessboard
and put a grain of rice on the first square.
Is it clear so far?
On each of the following squares,
we'll double the number of grains|from the previous square.
How many grains of rice do you|think we'll have on the entire board?
I've learned math too.
How do you cut this cake into|seven equal pieces? Eh?
If you're so clever, why don't you|do the exercise with me?
Let's go back to the chessboard.
We'll put one grain of rice on the first square.
On the second, two.
On the third, four.
Do you see the logic here?
Yes yes yes.
Ok, on the fifth, 16.
Let's go Golda, we're taking you|to a trip in heaven.
There are 8192 grains here.
Ok, on the 15th square we put 16,384 grains.
On the 16th, 32,768.
Excuse me, who's that man?
That's Elvis. My brother. Clara's uncle.
A hunter? A hunter.
... 262,144 grains..... on the 21st square.....
You know, what's happening to|Clara happened to me too.
She'll fall in love, and everything|will be over. Just don't interfere.
... Now do you see the magnitude|I'm talking about?
You see, she couldn't know five numbers|out of a thousand, and twice.
Excuse me, Mr. consul. Who's that|man that you brought with you?
Eh? Tell me who he is.
He's asking who Munitz is, headmaster.
But headmaster.|I think you should go.
I should what?
Golda is burning.
She's in the classroom.
If I've known you're sensitive to smoke,|I wouldn't have taken you with me.
It's not the smoke.
Look Clara. Things don't just happen|without reason.
I've been waiting for this|moment for a lot of years.
That the powers would be gathered.
That we can finally start the revolution.
You and I.
We need time.
You have to look out.|You mustn't fall in love.
That's the only way we can start the revolution.
That's the only way we can change history.
I'll be Danton. And you,|you'll be Marion of the revolution.
De La Croix will come out of his grave,
and change his painting of|Marion Mythologique 1789.
Only then, after everything is over.|Only then, you can fall in love.
Did you get that?
We didn't burn only Golda.|We burned her old soul.
Why didn't Tikel come today?
Where are your eyes? He must|have gone to his Russian girl.
Wow. I don't believe it.
That bitch finally took her clothes off.
God damn it.
Wow, look at her tits!
I don't believe it.
I think we should report about|them turning off the instruments.
We could be buried alive out here,|and nobody would know.
Shut up! You don't see things like|that even in my sister's German movies.
I'll kill Tikel with this story tomorrow.
We need to isolate them one by one.|Like lab rats.
A single student by the blackboard|instantly has 40 enemies,
no matter how loved he is.
Say, don't you feel something stuffed in...
I only feel the catharsis|pounding inside my body.
Like in Vietnam.
Get Tikel out.
I was at your house.|I saw the stuffed animals on the walls.
You think your innocence will vanquish the world?
I think you're nothing but a poor|wandering soul looking for love.
What kinds of thoughts run around in your head?
We understand your problems|better than ten shrinks would.
You want freedom? You want to|make revolutions? Go fuck Charlie!
You only think you hate your teachers.
You actually adore us.
You adore me because I have power.
That's what you don't understand.
Go to the blackboard and solve an exercise.
If there's one student I'd charge|the Bastille with it's you, Tikel.
That's why I asked you to come here.
To warn you.
I was in her house, Tikel.
I saw the stuffed animals on the walls.
She's a witch.
Be careful of her, Tikel.
Clever son of a bitch.
He gave her an exercise with no solution.
Do you want to help her?
I look like a nerd after what|the students did to me, eh?
I'm a nerd, I know.
You know what?
I had one day in my life,|you never had such a day.
It was before I came back from America.|I was sent to Vietnam.
The moment I step out of the chopper,|a childhood friend of mine comes.
He took me to a whorehouse|of 14-year-old girls.
I slept with seven at once.
I get out of there, another chopper lands.
In the middle of the war,|Bobby Fischer steps out of it.
The great Bobby Fischer came to|play simultaneous chess with 60 soldiers.
I was the only one who beat him.
They took me back to Virginia with him.
To redraft into the U.S. army chess team.
One day in Vietnam.
Nobody knows it,
but I once spent a whole night|with Edith Piaf.
Yes, it's true.
January '61, a quarter star hotel,|the 16th precinct of Paris.
We got up in the morning, after|she spent the whole night with me.
She made me a cup of tea.
She sat down, and on the spot|wrote a song about me.
She wrote it about me.
Let's go to a movie or something.|We don't want to be seen together.
Forget the movie.|I only go to the cinema with girls.
All the cinemas are showing crap anyway.
I know. Let's go to Clara's house.
We'll see if another revolutionary|idea came to her.
Forget it, Rosie.
Maybe she can find out things about us,|that it's better she wouldn't know.
What, Golda? It's not like you to say that.
Lately, you've become a real wuss,|just like Asthma.
Come in, sit down please.|Why are you standing?
I've always wanted to meet Clara's friends.
We came here five years ago and...|come in...
and we've never met any of|Clara's friends. Nobody came here.
Tell me, how is Clara in your eyes?
How do boys feel about her?
She... she's very solid.
Yes, that's how we call that kind of girls.
She doesn't care about what|happens around her.
She can sit a whole day in class,|and not say anything to anyone.
What Liby means... is that Clara|like lives in two separate worlds.
She comes down to our world only|when she has a good enough reason.
I think she got that from|my side of the family.
Elvis, her uncle, is also like that.
She has stunning eyes.
What kind of eyes did you say?
She has beautiful eyes.|Everybody looks at her eyes.
A month ago, our teacher, Munitz,
moved her to the farthest place in the class.
Because when she sat in front|of him, in the first row,
he couldn't concentrate.
In truth, I think her eyes hypnotized him.
I think the fact she has purple eyes,
makes people say things to her they|never would have dreamed of saying.
When you look at her, you never|know what she's thinking.
She's stunning. Her eyes are.
Aren't they, Rosie?
Good evening. Is Eddie home?
No, he left a couple of hours ago.|But, come in.
He didn't say where he was going.|He'll probably be back soon.
You can sit down here on the sofa.
You must be the girl that guessed|the math test.
Yes, how did you know?
It's my profession to know such things.
Are you his girlfriend?
No, I'm hardly even his friend.
Anyway, you're the first girl who|comes to visit him here.
You're not from here.
No, I'm from Krim.
Where in Krim?
I was there once. You have good|sardines there, no?
Yes, very good.
You know... I'm very surprised...
I've never talked with a 15 year|old girl like that.
And what more, I need her to|be my son's friend,
in order for me to talk that|way to a girl like you.
I'm only 13 and a half.
Were you ever in love?
I was in love with a girl in high school.
I looked at her every class for six years.
I looked at her even during tests.
It wasn't beauty. She just amazed|me all over every time.
To this day she doesn't know that I|used to imagine how she sleeps at night.
I would spy after her in my imagination.
So why didn't you tell her you love her?
There were a hundred more|boys like me who were.
I can still feel her in my body|for a few seconds occasionally.
Just a few seconds, and then it goes.
How's the juice?
How's the chocolate?
That was Eddie's mom.
That girl you loved.
No, nobody marries his fantasy.
I have a question for you.|Do you enjoy knowing the future?
No. Do you think Eddie would come|soon? I have to talk to him.
Yes, he should be here any minute.
I have another question for you.
If I give you a lottery ticket,
ask you for the six winning numbers,
can you do such a thing?
Would you want me to?
Yes! Yes! Yes! Yes!
What are you screaming for?|Have you gone mad?
It was you who screamed.
Sit down. Sit down for a moment.
Six! Six! Six!!! Six!!!
Where are my shoes?|Eddie, bring me my shoes.
How much is it worth?
4,000,000, if we're the only winners.
It's the first time you're happy about|something I did for a long time.
Sit down. Listen well.
I'm the only one away of the|real dangers of life.
This form is our chance to get|out of the catch we're in.
But there's no name on the form.|If somebody comes in and takes it,
he takes the millions as well.
Eddie, why are the shades open?
It's not 4,000,000. It's only 2,000,000.|The Chenovs get half.
What do they have to do with it?
That's my personal matter.|They get half. Stay out of it.
With 100,000 I buy myself a brand new Volvo|with yak linings and a marble steering wheel.
Do you need something?
Anything for the house?
Make a list of everything you want.
Ok, go to bed. I'll secure this|form until the morning.
You idiot. Why did you gave the numbers out|- we could have been millionaires by now.
What's the matter, Elvis?
What's the matter?
Do you remember, when I ran after Natasha,|I felt...
I feel now, what I felt at that time.|Like a distortion.
Clara, try it with this - it's sweet.
I have almost caught her,|but.. she left into this zone.
I had to go into the zone.
I understand better than you think.
I know it all started for Elvis|because he loved Natasha
and not because of the radiation zone.
And she died.
349 winners have been counted|so far in last night's lottery.
This is no doubt a scam of|an international scope.
Hundreds of people will find their deaths|in front of the camera in the next few hours
after they lost their dream.
"God's a whore!|We don't have a dream no more!"
Chanov. That maniac! With that|bitch daughter of his, the witch!
He gave us the lottery number. He did.
You know what, Chanov?|Maybe it's for the best.
We wouldn't have known what to|do with the money anyway.
At least his way we had two hours.|Really, don't feel bad about it.
You look like the live spirit of|the catastrophe. Who are you?
I am Igor Chanov. Clara's father.|I gave them all the numbers.
Where is Clara?
Did something happen?
What has happened?
I need to talk to her.
Oh, excuse me - then go to school:|she must be there.
Who are you?
Put a dick in your mouth to shut up, girl.
(Sings Rosenbaum's "vals boston")
Two suicides are behind us,|jumped to their deaths.
Soon, the rescue teams with|the black bags will arrive.
But the real party hasn't begun yet.
Hello. You look like one of us.|Who are you sir?
Fuck you and all the media!
Say, how many boobs have you touched?
At least five.
You're probably counting Noa Goren,
who was flat as a racquet|when you dated her.
You're big only on paper.
I wonder where your dad|got the lottery tickets.
I didn't know he works at the plant.
If it interests you that much, it|was Clara who gave the numbers to me.
You know, our biggest problem is,|you can't handle mental stress.
You'd be dead long ago if you|were in the holocaust.
(Carving "Saint Clara")
Hey, Tikel! What are you doing here?
I'll be damned, he came here to pick roses.
Bullshit. I was just passing|through on my way to Kochavi.
Since when do you go to|Kochavi through the forest?
I know only one person who|leaves beyond the forest.
We're not your dogs,|do you understand?
What happened to you?|Didn't you take enough pills?
No. But I took enough shit from you.|For a lot of years.
I wonder what he got from|Tisona for his soul.
You've become a double agent, eh?|I heard similar things about your father.
She'll never go out with a worm like you.
I can remember almost everything now.
Just can't remember how Natasha died...
She didn't die.
No, she left with somebody.
Did she love me?
She really loved you.
Wow. Dad will kill you.
Do you like it?
Did dad see it already?
He must have been shocked.
I just cut it.
Your father left long ago.
If you looked like that when you were|our age, we would fight over you.
Boys did fight over me.
What happened, Eddie?
Nothing. I had an argument with Rosie.
Because of that girl. The Russian|who guessed the numbers.
Yes. How did you know?
How did I know? I'll tell you how I knew.
When I was your age I would wear Saint|Tropez trousers with cyan and bourdeaux stripes.
Boys would faint when they saw me.
I was a fantasy from a Mike Brandt|song for them.
They'd try to show me their love|in all kinds of strange ways.
One of them sled on a rope from across|the street right into my parents' living room
and smashed all their windows.
Another one simply had no clue what to do,
so whenever he met my brother|he'd beat the crap out of him,
and then say: "Tell Sharon to come|with her Mike Brandt trousers tomorrow".
Later my father told me that|someone I knew disappeared.
He used to mention me a lot|in the stories he wrote.
He painted me with my cyan|bourdeaux trousers.
He was just some guy in the class.|Nobody took notice of him.
He had a look like a frightened rabbit|who's about to be eaten any moment.
I'd go near him and rub him every day,|pretending it to be accidental
only to embarrass him.
That was dad.
Do you think dad still loves me?
I think so.
How do you talk with her, in Russian?
Actually, we don't really talk.
What do you mean you don't talk.|What do you do together?
We're not together.
I don't think she even thinks about me.
Sure she does. She's mad over you.
You think so?|All the boys are in love with her.
Rosie, Asthma, Uzi and Etgar.
Just some big guy.
Not those pollution protestors again.
I'm sick of them.
You know what? I'll go to her|tomorrow, and ask her to a movie.
Do something special with her.
A movie is special for us.
I wonder what the forest princess does|here in the middle of chimney neighbourhood.
Get in, fairy. I'll take you on a ride to heaven.
Maybe you can show us what you can do.
Do you have chocolate?
Bring me the bat.
Get on the car you sick bastard!
Drive, my pretty.
Clara! Clara! Clara! Clara! Clara!|Clara! Clara! Clara! Clara! Clara!
(Writing "Death to traitors")
I reached a state yesterday,|that it hurt me here.
I reached a state,|where I'm sick of everything.
My parents. Their crazy relationship.|School.
I left all behind, and I came to you.
Do you know the seismographic institute?
They have orgies there every night.
They don't give a damn about|the machines.
We used to go there to peek.
Yesterday, on the way to you,|Rosie came there with ten people.
He brought clubs, swords.
It was a close fight, but in the end...|they knocked me down hard.
My mom said you were the coolest.
Do you really think I have stunning eyes?
Yes. I think your ideas come|from your eyes.
My uncle, Elvis.
He too had ideas when he was young.
He still has them.
They said it started with him|because of the zone in Russia.
That was a place with radioactive|radiation close to where we lived.
But I know it all started with|him because of Natasha.
That was a girl he loved.|He chased after her for six years!
I think she loved him too.
But they didn't know how to|say it to each other.
At the end, she ran into the zone,|and died.
From the radiation?
No. A bear ate her.
I see, Tikel, that you didn't understand|the hint from yesterday.
Cocksuckers can't start revolutions.
And we're on the way to a revolution now.
The best you can do is a sedatives revolution,
with your junky sister, queen of the swamp.
Besides, they all followed you|yesterday not because of you.
It was because of Clara.
Don't worry, Tikel. You can go.|We didn't come for you.
Wait a second.
Here. Give that to Liby.
She loves you.
It looks like you hurt Rosie.|What did you tell him?
I'll tell you one day.
Do you want to go to a movie with me?
I don't know. I feel like something|big is supposed to happen today.
Do you think I can call things?
Or only know things that|are going to happen?
Judging by the stork, you can call things.
I only wanted something to save me|from the blackboard. I didn't plan anything
This is Michael Uri reporting live.
An earthquake. An earthquake in midnight.
That is the rumor that was spread|in this small town
and caused widespread panic.
Masses of people are leaving their homes.
With their ugly little white cars.
They're running away from fear|of saint Clara's vision.
Clara Chanov, that's how she was|called until a few days ago
when everybody started calling|her saint Clara.
The earthquake, ironically,|will strike in this ugly town,
known mainly for its seismographic institute.
What's with you, dad?
I told you this is just an|idea we thought out together,
this whole earthquake.
It was me who thought about it.
Ok, now get under the lintel.
Come on, Eddie.
It looks like you're getting|along just fine without me.
You look good this way.
And dad, I'm sorry about what|happened with the lottery.
Don't be. I quit my job anyway.
Tomorrow morning, after the earthquake,
I'll get up at ten, eat an|omelette from eight eggs,
with bacon and mozzarella|made of buffalo milk,
drink coffee from a bucket,
and then practice at darts until evening.
Do you get it? Nothing but darts.
Within a week, ten days tops,|I'll kick your ass in darts.
Now get under the lintel.
I still can't grasp that at midnight|tonight this forest will no longer exist.
It's a pity about the trees.
I feel attached to them.
There was a great city here.|We did great things in this city.
In a few years, we could have|started the revolution from here.
You know, I feel sorry for Tikel.
It's a pity he's not here with us.
We've been through a lot together,|him and me.
We've been friends since we were six.
You know, women make us|do all kinds of things.
But Clara really made it big time.
Tomorrow morning, she'll be the|idol of the whole country.
Tomorrow morning, we get up|and start everything from scratch.
Like the pioneers who dried up the swamps.
Tomorrow morning will be a big day.
Do you still love her?
I hope it won't happen.
Besides, all this quiet is making me nervous.
Suddenly I have these... shakes.
It's not really shakes.|It's only your heart.
You know? I feel sorry about|what happened with Rosie.
It's strange. We usually hanged|out together at this hour.
But anyway, I prefer being with you.
Do you know how things will end?
No. When I'm with you, I don't know.
That is what's good in being with you.
I wonder if anyone we know|stayed here tonight.
Screw them all!|The whole town will be ours.
I wonder if Tisona ran away.
I think he did.
I hope he doesn't come back.|That dog.
I think he's cute. So miserable.
I stayed with him when you burned Golda.
He's really lonely. I felt sorry for him.
That's my uncle, Elvis.
I was looking for you the whole day.
There is something important|I have to tell you.
Don't be afraid of the earthquake.
What did he say?
He said you surprise him|with your seriousness.
He said we shouldn't be afraid of love.
Oh! Mr. consul, it's so great to|see you. You fit here perfectly.
I'm so glad to see you together.
Only the four of us left, eh?
I'm really sorry. I had to warn you.
What a nice dog you have there.
It looks like it belongs to Bob Marley.
What's its name?
Jean. Jean Gabin.
Ok, we have to go.
And how do you call your...
What is its name?
How do I call him?
Let's go. I'll teach you a good song.
I think I love you.
It's only Richter 4.|It will be over soon.
Mega has one ball
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Stargate SG1 7x11 Evolution I
Stargate SG1 7x12 Evolution II
Stargate SG1 7x13 Grace
Stargate SG1 7x14 Fallout
Stargate SG1 7x15 Chimera
Stargate SG1 7x16 Death Knell
Stargate SG1 7x17 Heroes I
Stargate SG1 7x19 Resurrection
Stargate SG1 7x20 Inauguration
Stargate SG1 7x21-22 The Lost City I n II
Starship Troopers (Special Edition)
Starship Troopers 2
Story Of A Kiss
Strange aventure de Docteur Molyneux
Street Of Love And Hope (Nagisa Oshima 1959)
Street of shame (Akasen chitai)
Streetcar Named Desire A
Summer Tale A 2000
Sunday Lunch (2003)
Super 8 Stories
Superman IV - The Quest for Peace
Surviving the Game
Swedish Love Story A (1970) CD1
Swedish Love Story A (1970) CD2
Sweetest Thing The (Unrated Version)
Swordsman III - The East is Red
Sylvester - Canned Feud (1951)
Sylvester - Speedy Gonzales (1955)
Sylvester and Elmer - Kit for Cat (1948)
Sylvester and Porky - Scaredy Cat (1948)
Sylvester and Tweety - Canary Row (1950)
Sylvester and Tweety - Putty Tat Trouble (1951)
Sylvester and Tweety - Tweetys SOS (1951)