Hey, Mr. Emognat! I found a dead woman!
She's like this
-Are you sure? -In the ditch
I'll call the police
Get a picture of her face
A woman in the ditch
She's dead. She's dead
When did you find her?
-This morning at 10, I think. -10 o'clock?
Maybe she stumbled and got knocked out
The temperature was so low, the cold could have gotten to her
No I.D. on her
That's wine dregs on her. They threw her in a wine vat
What was she like? She look OK?
She had a vacant stare, like a vagrant
The way she looked at me I realized she was a...
That's all I know
-What do you say? -A natural death
No marks on her
Looks like she froze to death
No one claimed the body, so it went from a ditch to potter's field
She had died a natural death without leaving a trace
l wonder if those who knew her as a child still think about her?
But people she had met recently remembered her
Those witnesses helped me tell of the last weeks of her last winter
She left her mark on them
They spoke of her, not knowing she had died
l didn't tell them. Nor that her name was Mona Bergeron
l know little about her myself
but it seems to me she came from the sea
Paulo! For 2 francs, you can have her!
Yeah, sure, for once we find a real naked girl
and he chickens out
That day on the beach, I was ready
A girl all alone is easy
The water must be icy
She's got to be crazy
Maybe she made a bet
I wouldn't do it. Well, maybe for a grand
She's not bad, eh?
-Let's go see. -No, I've got work to do
-Let me drive! -Some other time
The camping season's over. No one's here
Those big things are ugly
The summer's better
Wall to wall people
90,000 in the summer. Only 3,000 in winter
That leaves 87,000 empty beds
Why? Want a bed? There's a bunk in back
Yeah, I've heard that before
Got a radio?
Everything but a radio! What a heap
Not even a radio
OK, I stop here. Here's where you get out
You don't give free rides, eh?
OK, so long
Girl hitchhikers, OK. But if they're a pain in the ass
I throw 'em out. She was cute though
Maybe she's the one I almost wiped out
We were tearing down bungalows and she didn't hear
Sleeping like an angel
Hey, guys, look at the prize I found!
Can I have some water?
Yes, use that pump
There's no water
You have to prime it
-Did you break down? -No, I'm camping
-In this weather? -Yeah, it's OK
Got any matches?
Of course. I'll give you some, young lady
I'd rather go away
The girl who wanted water... She was free
She goes where she likes
Does she have a mother to feed her every day?
At times it'd be better not to eat
I'd like to be free
To be free...
Anyone in there?
Yeah, I'm sleeping
Know where you are?
No, I got here at night
It's a graveyard. Can't stay here
Got any work cleaning tombstones?
Are you looking at me?
Or at my sandwich?
At your sandwich
Do you want one?
Laurent! Give her a sandwich
When she showed up, she had a big backpack
She was looking for work
For 30 francs, I gave her a car to wash
Got her hands clean, at least
I would have let her pump gas
but I didn't trust her
Female drifters, all alike
just loafers and men-chasers
She said I had dirty hands. No, that's not what she said
She said ''You've got a dirty mind''
Oh, come on!
Give me a ride?
I'll get my pack
Bunch of bastards
One for me
It's gotten tough. Easy heists are rare
-Most homes are guarded. -Not to mention dogs
And where Yolande works
Keep Yolande out of this
Her uncle guards a cháteau
Hands off Yolande! Get me?
Coming, Madame Lydie
I found a couple, but I didn't tell my uncle
the caretaker, he can make his rounds
The owner comes only once a year, so my uncle doesn't care
He doesn't even know you can get in the back
Uncle Aimé! This is my man
My name is Paulo
Mine is Bionnet, B as in boob, I as in idiot
O as in onest, no H, 2 N's, Noel Noel
E as in Ernest Renan...
And Tlike the first name of the poet Théophile Gauthier
Let's drink to that
Do I know that! He's done it for 15 years
I'm going for a walk
So you're back? Enjoy your walk?
Been daydreaming? Had your fill?
Let's go, Paulo. Gotta take him to the station
I want to go dancing
Promise you'll feed the dogs at least once?
-I promise. -Yolande is a real help
''Yolande is a real help
''Yolande was one of the help''
-Going away for a while? -Yes, family matters
I wish Paulo would dream with me
like the lovers in the cháteau
in each other's arms
The old man's off, with a suitcase
We'll have it easy for a while
Your little pad's not bad
Don't leave any marks
Stay out of sight
I know. Usually it doesn't last 2 days for me
Usually, I'm all alone
like a wandering Jew
I threw away the key
It's high time
You know she wants to eat at 12:30 sharp
You slept all morning
I'm sick of being cooped up here
That 3-day trip will be a relief
Find a job where I'll have more room
Old folks pay well
Find another old person
She's a drag
but lots of them are even dirtier and sicker
-The lady's a golden deal! -Not for me
You spend my pay
You're a pain and you're gross
-Paulo! Why aren't you nice to me? -Here we go again
I know a couple so gentle. They're always together:
they eat, smoke, sleep together, they listen to music
-Who are they? -You don't know them
But you do?
I'm not going to rot here. I'm warning you
The woodwork's very pretty, but it collects dust
So be sure to dust them well
Be careful of my little cup. I'm very fond of it
My godmother gave it to me for my first communion
Oh, the poor thing. I worshipped her
I wept and wept and wept when she died
If they're dead, it's ugly, I thought
If they're asleep, it's cute
Are you really out of dope?
You smoked my month's stash in 4 days
Pass the bread
I hear noises
Just the wind
What was that?
Shut off the radio
When I had grass, she was nice
But less so when I ran out
When I got slugged, she split
I'm lucky she didn't swipe my radio
She'd been eyeing it
I thought she was a homebody
the staying kind
I haven't seen anyone here, except my niece who visits often
Neighbors said they saw a dirty girl with a backpack
You know that can't be my niece. She tries to look so neat
Imagine her carrying off a big wardrobe
or the camper stealing a big painting!
No, that's all nonsense
Travel safely, daughter. Our door will always be open
PRIVATE. NO TRESP ASSING. BEW ARE OF THE DOGS
-On the road in this weather? -Didn't choose it
-But it's your road? -Sure
A guy said you'd put me up. Did he put me on?
You laugh at your puns
I laugh easily
Just for the night
She can use the big room
How many are there?
About a hundred. I don't count them exactly
Do you know every one?
Almost. Half of them have names
This one's eating my hair!
She's a sound sleeper!
Let her sleep a bit!
-Sleep well? -Yeah, fine
I know what it's like to be on the road
-Were you on the road? -We moved with the herds
6 months in the hills, 6 months in the valleys
With a wife and a herd, it's different
more like moving house
Not the same kind of road as yours
We've all got to do our thing, don't we?
That's how it is
Do you travel alone? You don't get lonely?
It's good to be alone
I've spent Christmas alone
I watched people stuffing themselves. I was alone
When it's cold, it's nice! Roads aren't so crowded
It's easier to hitch rides
It all depends how nice the man who picks you up is
If he picks you up, you're lucky
and luckier if he doesn't pester you
I don't care, I move
Maybe you're freer than I am. Good for you
I chose a middle road
between loneliness and freedom
People bugged me for a long time, but that's all over now
You chose total freedom, but you got total loneliness
The time comes when if you go on, you destroy yourself
You head for destruction
If you want to live, you stop
My friends who stayed on the road are dead now
or else they fell apart: alcoholics or junkies
Because the loneliness ate them up in the end
You'll send him to school?
We'll see later
His daddy delivered him
He'll teach him
He has a master's in philosophy
You do? Then what're you doing here?
Back to the land
That's what I'd like too. To have a piece of land of my own
Working the land's no joke
Got to be there when it needs you
If you want a potato field
I offer you all this land from the cypresses
up to the fruit trees
Plenty of space to plant potatoes
I'll never manage
I'll give you a hand
I'll plow it and harrow it for you
And you can plant it
I gave you a mattress. There's a stove, you'll be OK
You can sell cheese if people come
That way, we'll have more privacy too
Know how to ride?
This is better! You 3 and the herd is a crowd
I'm not used to that
Want to visit my house?
No, it doesn't stink. You'll get used to it
Mona! Are you sleeping?
Look, I knocked at noon! This can't go on
You sleep all the time. We work all the time
It's not fair. And it's dirty here
Cigarette butts and burns, not good
Don't get so pissed off
You're a pain! Come out, we've got to talk
But what do you want?
You don't want anything
We give you land, you don't touch it
-Your head's empty. -Gotta have something in it?
I gotta be a shepherd? You're not the only dropout
You're no dropout, you're just out. You don't exist
Fuck your philosophy
You live in filth like me! Only you work more
If I'd studied, I wouldn't live like you
I hated being a secretary
I quit those bosses but not to find another boss on the road
You've read too much trash
You're a dreamer
Hey, you really need a bath
Money, most of all
Wanna buy some cheese?
Goat cheese. I work there
Never thought I'd do my shopping here
You don't eat them?
I've had enough for 10 years. I'm fed up
Go away. You scare them off. Sorry to say that, but I ''work'' here
She's got character
She knows what she wants
If I'd sent you packing at her age
I'd be better off
Marry the wrong man and you're stuck for life
I liked that hippie
The university crowd came...
I gave my usual speech...
And listen to this...
I gave a ride to a hitchhiker, a sort of vagrant...
My lord, how she stank! When she got in, I nearly choked
Everything stank: her sleeping bag, her pack... She was filthy...
It really hit me
I couldn't say no once she was in the car...
So you sleep alone outside?
For the fun of it?
Or because you have to?
-You don't have a home? -Yeah, that's it...
-No family to go to? -Nothing much
My questions bother you?
A bit, but that's OK
All drivers talk to their rides
So I make things up...
No home, no family, did you make that up?
-After the cigarette? -During
-They're ''chichis''. -What?
Maybe that's not the name...
Loud music kills my taste! You like music
Sure do... that and grass
Don't you have a radio?
No grass, either
I got no bread to score
Takes bread to buy grass
And to buy bread
I can always find bread, and I earn a few pennies...
Where do you keep your money?
There... I've got a pocket
When I've got some, when I work...
This'd go well with a beer
What kind of work?
Any old thing...
Picking strawberries, grape harvest...
I'd like to babysit
Dressed like that?
I know, I don't have the right look
Not the clean look that parents like
You could walk dogs, that's done
Dog shepherd, no thanks
As far as animals go, I already gave
I'd like to be a caretaker
To look after houses, look after guard dogs
There are so many big houses...
So many rooms...
I check out plane-trees The dead ones...
I'm a specialist
You treat them?
No, I'm an academic, college professor...
What I do is... research...
So who treats them?
Technicians. I stop by to check them
In the lab, we want to breed a resistant strain
A fungus that's like cancer. Serato cistis fimbriata
But it's called ''tinted canker''
It invades the tree and kills it
We can't stop it, not yet
All plane-trees are doomed
Within 30 years, unless we solve it
But it takes money...
Took us 25 years to find out the G.I.s brought it in 1944
To Southern France. To Italy, too
Not to Normandy: few plane-trees
But in Marseilles...
U.S. weapons arrived in wooden crates that were left to rot
Made of diseased U.S. plane-tree wood
They're contagious for years!
The fungus spreads slowly
The epidemic began...
We understood too late
But to do nothing...
to stop the plague is even dumber
What upset me...
is that l soon got used to her stench
her chain-smoking, her poverty...
She liked being in my car. She felt at home
I took everything that looked good
We're spoiled at these conferences
And some champagne
You realize I can't take you in...
I hate crowds...
Want to sleep in the car?
Sure, that's great
For the radio, you need the keys. And I've got to take them
Going to lock me in?
No, just push the buttons down yourself
Sorry about no music
Who cares? I'm used to it
I'll conjugate verbs...
irregular, English ones...
-You've studied English? -Sure thing
-You graduated? -Vocational school
You could've worked at this conference
If I had the right look
I have to go now
Why did you drop out?
Champagne on the road's better
Hi, Jean-Pierre. There's a weird girl in my car
Listen, get rid of that tree trunk
My trucks need to get by. Send your assistants
to disinfect back there. I'll move the trunk...
No, it has to be cut up on the spot
-I told you about Mrs. Landier. -Sure, ma'am
-But that doesn't change things... -We'll do our best
She's a weird girl. A hitchhiker, wild and unwashed
She's taken root in my car
Shall I show her how we uproot sick trees?
No, she's kind of fun
-So that's what I saw in your car. -That's her. Want to see her?
Go get my red folder
I've come for her folder
-You'll suffocate in there. -Shut the door. There's wind
-What do you smoke? I'm all out! -Gitanes. Want one?
-See the tree fall? -Yeah...
-Sad, eh? -Not worth crying over
You a tree freak, like her?
I was her student. I'm an agronomist
Do I scare you, or what?
Feel free to cut it all
I thought of you at once
Her witch's hair reminded me of how soft and exquisite you are
-There are princesses and toads. -Sure! The answer's no
We're married and you never want to
At my folks' home, it was OK
In this dump, I don't want to
Your Aunt Lydie lives alone in a 7-room flat
She's not immortal
We're wasting our best years. because we lack money and space
That vagrant girl had nothing
Nothing, no roof, no money
I can assure you that...
Stop talking about that pig who snowed you and Mrs. Landier
that teacher who's always hot for some cause
Stop feeling sorry for that runaway girl
Maybe she's a criminal
a psycho or a dope addict
You come around here often
The chow's not bad, but the music stinks
It's like Muzak. Got any decent pop stuff?
I don't program the local station
-But you agree? -Sure
Clench your fist to make it flow
I'm in no hurry
-Where can I buy cigarettes? -Not here. Further on
She came out of nowhere
She sat down by the fire. She seemed to be cold
Should I speak to her? I didn't know
Girls who wander around are quite rare
To be all alone like that...
I should've spoken to her
What's all this about a fungus?
It's that cyto-thingamajig...
A bug the G.I.s brought over in their crates
They did? When?
If there's a fungus in your crates, you'll see
In my crates. Made locally?
I just said it, because I know it. So should you
Screw your plane-trees! Think of me if they die
-Am I too early? -No, come in
Hi, Mrs. Landier
I'm late. Sit down
Have a seat
You haven't had your glasses fixed
My wife said the same thing
I won't be 5 minutes
I almost died
-Electrocuted. -It's over...
-I almost died. -It's nothing
A blinding light!
It's true what they say
I saw moments of my life...
flash by... images... It took ages
I heard some noise and came right away
It only lasted a few seconds
I was fighting all those bits of images...
That hitchhiker I picked up...
She kept coming back...
like a kind of reproach
Shall I sit in front or you playing cabbie?
I must drop you off. I'm going home
No, in about a half-hour, 15 minutes
It takes all kinds
A bit of food
It was a nice ride
Sure you'll find a place?
Sure... I'll be OK
Bread for some bread?
y ou can't leave her there. The woods aren't safe
Jean-Pierre, help me. Go find her
It was in a wood. I'll show you on the map. Near a water tower
I'm worried for her. She's so alone
I should've done something
I don't even know her name
So, camping alone?
I've been watching you a while
-Want company? -No
Sure you do
She blew in like the wind
No plans, no goals...
No wishes, no wants...
We suggested things to her
She didn't want to do a thing
Wandering? That's withering
By proving she's useless, she helps a system she rejects
That's not wandering, it's withering.
-Can I drink it? -Sure you can
You can also take the shears and go to work
Close the door
Where you taking that junk?
This girl lives outdoors
Will you let me take her to sleep upstairs?
That's OK. You're alone now
Who knows, when the others get here...
-We'll see. -OK
-Thanks, 'bye. -Good night
So you live outdoors?
You can come in
Like some tea?
The tea's ready
Where are the others?
They went to Morocco to see their wives and kids
You got no kids?
I'm not Moroccan. I'm Tunisian
What's your name again?
-Can I call you Assoun? -If you want
Assoun or Assouna
Mine was Simone. Now I'm Mona
And your father's name?
-Does the TV work? -Well... no
Know how to prune?
I'll show you. Look
Like that, there...
Here, start there... cut there
You cut there...
There, very good!
You can work with me if you want
Since I'm paid a flat rate
I get about 800 or 900 francs per vineyard
In some there are 1500 plants
In others there can be 2000
When you're on a flat rate, you can handle it as you wish
You can help me
Go ahead, keep up with me. Stay level with me...
If it's badly done... or not finished...
I'll go over it again...
-It's good. -Yes, it's good
Weird, all those bottles of oil
We each have our own bottle
Our names are on them
You eat in line, like in a snack bar?
You hurt yourself?
Learning my trade
The foreman's wife said to me...
vine-cutting isn't a woman's job
She also told me that...
her daughter works in a Jockey shorts factory
I knew that
It's odd to see a girl camp out in winter
But times have changed
Look at Florence. She's worse than our boys
Just wants to ride motorbikes
When she meets a nice boy, it'll all be OK
She mustn't wind up like that camper
Supposedly her name's Mona
It's all stiff
It's this weather
I'll leave it
Not your problem: you never wash your clothes
And it's no cleaner up there
Assoun's nice. He has kind eyes
Nice, a good worker, but dirty
You listening or not?
If you want, you can stay
You help me and work the vines. I'll take good care of you
When the others come, I'll handle it
What do you say?
Want to go out? It's cold
-Assoun, coming? -I'm coming
Mona, there's a problem with the others
They don't want you to stay
I don't know why. Sit there
I don't know why. Sit there
I'm going to talk with them again. Wait for me
The others won't agree. We're already six. There's no room
And they say no women
''Stay here, work. I'll take care of you.''
-When they come you chicken out! -They don't want a woman
Get my things. I'm splitting
Wait, Mona. I'll go
And my tent!
The others won't agree
-You gypped me. -Take your tent
And you take back your shawl!
Guy's lending me his car for a bit. I'll take you
To be rid of me faster, right?
-Get in. -Your pals are great. So are you!
I knew it would happen. I said so
Poor girl, where is she now? So young...
Remember, the last time I came there was that girl...
the one I told to clench her fist
I thought she just came for the chow. Not at all...
She just took two little things of applesauce
Gimme some wine
That's all. She had fun
I wonder why she gave blood...
Nice, the little bar with 3 tables
Fill the bottle
-Can we ride with you? -If it's just you, OK
Being alone is rough
But being a lonely couple is no better
In Paolo's arms I feel alone
He likes to go out with me, to go to bed with me
That's all he wants
I'm the romantic type
I'll never forget that girl
in the arms of the guy with that chain
Take out your things, and wait for me in the hall
-What about him? -Don't worry
You can sleep there
Madame's sister died in there
No one sets foot in there
You know. I've often thought of you two asleep
I saw it as eternal love
Now you're alone, like the old lady
Not as rich
I'll spoil you, for a change
You'll keep me company. I'm so lonely...
I pamper her... I'll pamper you
I don't want gratitude
I'm used to it. Madame doesn't notice me...
She chatters away. She's in a fog...
She sees a housecoat moving... That's me, Yolande
At first I thought she could see
She knows her house by heart
She has a very nice nephew
She never had kids
She just has me...
Well, my housecoat... My dust-cloth...
Will she give you her house?
No, it's for her nephew, when she passes on
He's the nephew?
He's cute. I could go for him
No, he's mine
No, my man
Cut it out
I'm going shopping
The silver must be cleaned. My friend Lucy's coming to tea
The little red lamp... don't forget to get it fixed
And the wine glasses...
should be put away
My poor sister Marcelle...
My poor sister Marcelle...
I never liked her cats
When you're that old, cats are better than nothing
You're not Yolande
You don't look like her, and you're smaller
-You're not Yolande. Who is it? -It's Mona
What's your first name, Granny?
Lydie. You scared me
I'd rather have a nip...
Yolande didn't put out wine: it's brandy
-What's that girl doing? -What girl?
I gave her a ride when you were drunk
Is she young? Pretty?
Maybe this place'll liven up
If my nephew could see me, he'd fall flat on his ass!
He's waiting for you to pass on
All nephews are vultures
I know, but don't say a word
When he shows up with flowers and says:
''Hello, Aunt Lydie
''today you're in great shape''
I know he wants my house, but...
It's so good...
One more shot
Another shot, just a tiny one
You're so funny
Give me my housecoat. Fast
''Give me my housecoat. Fast''
Get out. My boyfriend wants you to leave
Guy in the photo?
Here's 100 francs. Beat it
100 francs to split
I had it made with the old lady but not with the maid
-Move! -I didn't have it made with the maid
Check-out time is noon
I won't swipe your lousy job. Don't worry
Don't leave me alone
Here, your slippers
They'll put me in an old age home
I'll go out in style
Yolande, didn't you hear us?
Madame was laughing
Hello, sir, and madame
How's my great-aunt?
She's laughing all by herself. She's senile
We want a word with you
The police asked us about you. About a burglary
My uncle Aimé's castle
The castle where he's caretaker
-They can't solve the case. -So he told me
-You're a lead. -Me?
Yes, it's embarrassing
For us, for my aunt
I've done some investigating. You have a boyfriend
-Who doesn't? -He's a suspect
Him, mixed up in theft?
He's a mover, who lives with his mom
I hear he comes here, at night, too
Is there one spoon missing?
I'll be harsh, since you don't understand
You've got a week's notice
What'll I do?
What have I done?
You picked the wrong heart-throb
The wrong what?
It wasn't him. He wasn't there
-Must I really leave? -A week is customary
Hello, Aunt Lydie, you're in great shape today
''Hello, Aunt Lydie, you're in great shape today''
Ma'am. I think this is silver, wanna buy it?
Yes, it is silver
But it's risky
You must have stolen it. No, I don't want it
Got a smoke?
Watch where you're going
-Wanna buy these spoons? -What for?
It's easy to eat, it's harder to work
Bug off, old man
It's not safe to peddle here. Watch it! There's an ID check here
Since I've got no papers they'll lock me up
I'm tired of moving... tired
Don't be stupid. I know a guy who sells hot stuff
-Really? -You got no papers?
First I thought you were dealing
I had a birth certificate, but I lost it
-Hey! That's my picture! -Too late, now it's two francs more
-What d'ya mean? -That's the way it is. Pay up
No one feels like moving here?
Not right now
-What's your name? -Jean
Shit. Enough. You can play at the station
What'll it be like in Avignon?
It's supposed to be a real nice family and younger
I wouldn't have believed you'd do it
Give me a week to clear out. Send the old lady to a nursing home
You didn't waste any time
And then your wife... she's tough...
Eliane is my wife. You don't understand passion...
I had a shock
I thought it was that girl I kicked out
I wonder what's happened to her
I don't even know where she's from
Listen, it's easy to criticize if you've got money
We're just hanging out here. We're fucked. We've got nothing
I've been there, too. I grew up in an orphanage
That makes two of us. So did I
We're brothers and sisters
I've got big plans for you. I'll hook you up
I could use a cup of coffee
Let's go get some coffee
Rise and shine
-Let me sleep. -He's sleeping
What a dump
They need music here
That's enough. Go horse around outside
Get out, like she said
Oh, am I wasted
I could even take you to Toulouse
I've got connections there. You could make some photos
some porn flicks. You could pose
I could pause...
Hello, Gérard? I found her...
the girl Mrs. Landier picked up hitching
the one she wanted me to find
She's here, at the station
If you could see her, she's revolting, a wreck
Makes me sick
I'm telling you, but I'll never tell Mrs. Landier
Never, nor Eliane
Listen, this confusion I can understand
Even me. I'm lost sometimes
But to sink that low...
But she's crazy
Anyway, she doesn't recognize me
She said to me... She said: ''Do I scare you?''
Yeah, she scares me
She scares me because... she revolts me
-Nothing? -No. Let's go try another
Where are you? I heard you came back
There you are, bastard
-Where's my money? -I gave it to Gégé for you
I've seen Gégé
I'm warning you, I'll rip this place apart
Take it easy
This whole city can burn...
I don't give a shit
Thanks a lot, Bébert
He started the fire, and she split
She was a good fuck. I could have made money with her
I've still got the other. She talks too much
That radical shit turns me off. Pain in the ass
I miss Mona. She was some piece of ass
Too late, costs two francs more, now
THIEVES - BEW ARE OF TRAPS
I can't sleep
If Mama Louise saw me... in my radish house...
They're so small, can't even eat them
Beat it, dumb dog!
Fuck off and die!
Watch your cape, it'll catch fire
-I'm looking for bread. -Bread?
See the village, over there...
follow the road or cut through the field
and then under the bridge. Village is straight ahead
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Van Helsing The London Assignment 2004
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Vanishing Point 1971
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Voices Of A Distant Star (2002)
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