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A motorcycle?
No , a small motorcycle . . . a moped .
A moped .
No , postman .
Darling !
You were very moving , the princess insists on seeing you .
What a pleasure it is to see you !
What a show!
We hadn't seen her since San Francisco . lt was beautiful .
She is sublime .
There's Nadia .
What the hell is she doing?
No wait, something's wrong !
See you !
Okay, bye !
Oh , excuse me !
You didn't see a thing , little shit.
Police .
Scram !
Don't move !
Watch out!
Quick, let's go !
Miss, your carton please ! Your carton .
What about my carton?
Come on . . .
ls it okay? Can l get dressed now?
l'm sorry.
ls it the Opera?
No , it's my butt.
Don't worry, l don't work there .
Do you like jazz?
Obviously! Or l'd be stealing some mambo .
Too bad l only like disco music. . . the classics don't do it for me .
l'm not a classic, l'm a lyric. That's an overture .
Hurry up, because l'm about to close .
Don't worry. Do you mind if we talk?
Yes l do , why?
- Was that you in the pictures? - No , it was a crocodile !
What's your trick?
Here , look. . .
Not too dumb.
Of course , it's only a cottage industry.
And for the collections, you arrange an air lift?
- l have something else . - What is it?
Well , you !
So , you steal a lot?
- lt's not for me , it's to give away. - To whom?
You're really not the curious type , are you?
lt's to give to a guy, who's in his cool period .
Who is he?
A mongrel , a rasta . . .
Hey, don't walk so fast!
A guy who dreams of stopping the waves!
Deep inside , you're a lyric!
Anyhow, one of them invited me for dinner tonight.
She split this morning . . .
l n the middle of the street, but we got her! We had no choice !
Anyway, she'll be quiet now.
Yes. lt's under way, yes, no tracks.
l don't like cars.
Tell me Mortier, did you identify this girl?
Yes. Nadia Kalonsky. . .
. . . a former prostitute who disappeared a few months ago .
The funny thing is, we had something on her.
Do you have a file?
The investigation on the international drug trade and prostitution ring .
Ah , yes. Your famous Antillean network.
- Chief l nspector, l know you doubt. . . - l don't doubt anything , Mortier.
You've never produced a single valid witness!
They're always dead .
Paula , why were you at the railroad station . . .
. . . at the time of the murder? Were you taking the train?
lt wasn't a coincidence . He called me , we had an appointment.
He wanted me to meet her.
- Who is this guy? - He's one of my informers.
He's a bum .
You'd better agree .
He's on parole . . .
. . . and the judge found him a job at a carnival lottery in Barbes.
lt's really great for his social rehabilitation !
This Nadia Thinginsky. . .
. . . according to your statement. . .
. . .was supposedly killed because she was about to talk?
She hinted that she knew who the leader of the Antillean network was.
So , she knew the Antillais?
No , that's the point. The Antillais wouldn't be the real boss.
- She had some revelations to make . - What revelations?
She couldn't tell me much . She was hiding when she called .
Why? Was she being watched?
All l know is that she woke me up last night. She seemed hounded .
She asked me to pick her up at the station to protect her.
To protect her, you !
We used to be together, a long time ago .
So , why did you contact us, the police?
- What? - Why did you call the police?!
Because it's too big for me . Nadia is something from the past.
lt's the past. l know nothing . l called you right away.
Why did you prevent me from intervening?
l didn't prevent anything ! l wanted to see . . . l didn't know.
Well , we saw. . . but we don't know anything .
What was the gentleman accused of?
l ndecent exposure on the street. To a minor.
Check it out. . . As usual .
You have nice witnesses.
Pathetic. . .
Not so ! You're pathetic! l know your cop tricks.
You've heard the cassette , but you want me to talk as well .
l know nothing .
l got you the cassette , l'll say nothing else !
The cassette?
You found a cassette?
Krantz, you never told me about this.
l had nothing to tell you .
l told you l was going to make you meet Nadia .
There's Nadia .
No wait, something's wrong .
She told me she recorded everything . . .
. . . and that there was enough to sink the guy.
Don't move !
From the cafe where we sat, we couldn't see . We were too far.
The cassette is in the postman's satchel .
We must find it.
And three .
That's it?
They said they would increase my pension . . .
. . . because they're widening the street.
Those are stories, grandma .
Widening arteries have never caused an increase in pension .
Good-bye .
So , am l a coloratura or a lyric?
- Tell me , what am l? - Rather dramatic.
You had said lyric!
No , dramatic is just as well .
lt's even better.
The decor is rather gloomy.
You think so?
Here , we're into disaster. . . luxurious disaster.
And this one? What is it?
The lady has taste .
lt's a Rolls Royce . . .
. . . Corniche !
lt happened in Monaco , at the casino , against a palm tree .
Yes. . . We are not much indeed !
You wouldn't think a Rolls Royce could have an accident.
He had one like that when he picked me up hitch-hiking .
l didn't hesitate , l climbed right in .
Well , if my lady would like to follow me now.
Not bad , your loft!
- You like it? - Yes!
The previous owner was great.
- Do you want something to drink? - Sure .
lt may not be cold , but it makes bubbles.
l can't drink from the can , do you have a straw?
A straw?
- You know, a bent straw? - Bent straw?
Bent, very chic!
lt looks like Raquel !
Actually, l'm not surprised . . .
. . .the former landlord had a car crash , with these paintings!
Son of a gun ! Not bad , Saint Jules.
Here , that's all l have . Bent.
That's what you call bent?
Well , yes, bent. That's the most bent thing l have .
- What's wrong? - lt stinks of gasoline .
lt's a radiator hose .
Then , of course , it's normal .
ls this your magra?
Nagra . . . N . . . !
How does it work?
What are you doing? No , don't touch .
This is sacred !
No , you can't touch this.
You're really picky. l'm not going to eat your Nagra !
Well , this is Swiss and it's very precise .
Tanagra . You sure look Swiss.
lt's her?
ls it her, Cynthia Hawkins?
She's so beautiful !
Do you think so?
Yes, very beautiful .
Are you in love , Jules?
Of course not. l'm not in love .
- Yes, you're in love . - No , l'm not.
Here , wait, you'll see .
Listen to her. Put this on .
What are you doing with my watch?
But. . . my Skelton !
Don't cry, baby. l have a much better one for you .
Just great for a little toad like you .
lt's a Rolex!
Yeah , my first steal .
Do you have any idea what this is worth?
Thank you , Jules.
lt's The Wally by Catalani .
lt takes place in the mountains. A woman . . . she wants to die .
She is broken-hearted and she sings.
She says, ''l want to go away, far away. . .
. . .where the clouds are golden , where the snow is white . . .
. . .you may never see me again , ever again .''
lt's tragic.
And at the end , she throws herself down an avalanche corridor.
Such pathos! Super!
Listen , it's about to begin .
The orphans, the unemployed , the refugees, the unhappy in love . . .
Luck is a fickle mistress. Beware !
Not on the ace of spades, it's bad luck.
Grab her mane . . . a gift for the winner. . .
. . . my regards to the loser.
Try your luck while the wheel is turning !
Yes, madam , it turns. . .
You see !
A win for the young lady.
You see , l told you . Come on , let's go .
lt's Beethoven . We already have him on the mantle .
Come on , l said !
l don't like Beethoven .
How cool ! She has such a voice !
Can you lend it to me?
- Yes, but you must give it back. - l swear.
Do you know what time it is?
You do this to me again and l drop you off on the road .
With your Vietcong !
Look, don't yell at me ! l had a terrible trip.
Wait. Don't move .
The Wally, Act one . . .
Cynthia Hawkins.
How did you get it? She never recorded anything .
Who stole the diva 's dress?
Good evening .
lt's a nice job to be a postman .
Well , it all depends.
You get to bring the love letters.
Yes, and also the tickets.
l don't care , l don't have a car.
Everyone in my family works for the post office .
My brother in law, Mark, a tall guy. You know him?
Maybe . You know, there's a lot of us.
Do you like this light?
lf you knew how much it cost! And l got it wholesale .
lt creates a nice ambiance .
Well , that's not all there is.
l don't know you , but you're cute . You'll have to come see me again .
lt's hot.
Aren't you a little nuts?
Yes, l am .
Nothing was stolen? Your equipment?
l don't think so .
You should have seen the slaughter! l couldn't stay there .
Jules, are you thick or what?
l'm telling you , it's the cops. lt's obvious.
lf not, why did the two guys this afternoon . . .
. . . come and take the addresses of all the postmen with mopeds?
These guys are nuts.
But why?
Anyway, l don't get it. l'm bushed .
Congrats to the postmen , they're really solid .
What do you expect, it's not the Aeropostale .
They broke all his things. He's cracking up.
- lt's banging in my ribs. - What is?
His helmet! l'm not used to sleeping with a guy in a helmet.
lt could save him , in case of an earthquake .
Go ahead and laugh , the guy on TV said it the other day.
What's that mattress brand that lets you sleep without bugging the other?
Look, l promise , they came about five minutes ago .
They are fascists, believe me .
And they looked really vicious.
All right, call me back, okay?
What do they want?
These two guys, what do they want?
You , old buddy. They came back.
Two inspectors.
You must have done something wrong again .
Ayatollah , come here and eat.
Come on .
You don't want to? Fine .
Can you lend me some dough?
Yeah .
And can you lend me your Malagutti?
l can't keep my moped . Did you hear me?
Okay for the dough , but not the Malagutti , shit!
- l'm still breaking it in . - Breaking it in?
You don't know what it means to break it in?
- Fine , break it in . - Yes, l will .
lt's just a little cube , filled with horsepower.
lt's quite a machine . lt requires a special touch , so easy!
lt's not a postman's slug . lt's a racer!
Listen to the music, you drive it by ear!
Speaking of which , why don't you turn it down?
Don't worry! l'll sway to the music.
Be careful .
Good-bye , Mermoz. And thanks for the money.
- What are you doing? - l forgot my gloves.
Okay, so long !
Oh ! The gas. . .
A little tall , but not bad . . . she's pretty.
Look at this! lt could use some cleaning . lt looks neglected .
Excuse me , but the cleaning has already been taken care of.
An awl in Nadia's back, an awl in Krantz's back.
He's looking for the same thing we are .
- But he's a day ahead . - Maybe he's a day awl .
Very funny. Except that we don't know who he'll kill next.
Anyway, this place is uncommon .
Who are you?
- Flowers, Madam . - Put them down . . .
. . . over there .
- Did Nicole give you something? - No . . .
- . . . l have something to give to you . - To give to me?
l recognize you .
The moped .
You're the postman?
l apologize .
Do you take me for the Beatles?
l'm no disco singer.
l had it pressed for you !
Do you know what we do with people like you?
Do you have any idea?
l'm going to call the hotel detective and have you thrown out.
That's all you deserve !
Please ! Please !
l could have pressed charges. You are lucky.
But. . . you . . .
Do you steal the dresses of all singers?
So , l'm the lucky one !
l have a fan?
l heard you in Bordeaux. And last year. . .
. . . l went to Munich specially for the concert.
You made the trip for me?
Yes, on the moped .
On the moped .
l'm late for my press conference . Will you excuse me , please?
From Paris to Munich on a moped?
- You're pulling my leg . - No .
You even sang some Wagner. The Wesendonc Lieder.
You wore a blue dress with pearls.
A little girl threw a bouquet of red roses.
There were 1 8 curtain calls, and you refused to sing .
You refused .
Nobody stole my dress that night. Don't you like blue . . .
. . . Mr. Postman , stealer of dresses?
lt sounds like a melody from Satie .
What's your name , Mr. Postman?
Jules is old for a young man . l thought the French were modern .
My father was old-fashioned .
l'm kidding .
Jules fits you so poorly that it fits you well .
Madam , it's no secret that you've always refused to record .
The quality of recordings today is close to perfection .
- What don't you like about them? - l sing because l love to sing .
Alone , l can't.
l need the public.
The concert is an exceptional moment. . .
. . .for the artist, for the listener.
lt's a unique moment.
So , you're against the commerce of art.
No , commerce should adapt to art. . .
. . . and not art adapt to commerce .
What does Mr. Weinstadt, your impresario , think of it?
Ask him yourself.
What do you think of secret recordings?
lt's a theft, a rape . l despise them .
People say that you are a diva . Do you feel that you are one . . .
. . . and if so , do you have whims?
You know, that little postman has a date with her later.
But she has a party, and there's no guarantee that she'll come .
- She's a diva . - A diva !
Then again , she may come .
l'll change records. Help me .
l'll play the other side .
lt has to be at the right temperature .
The bagette .
The knife . . .
. . . not too thin . . .
. . . but not too thick.
The inside . . .
. . .fresh . . .
. . . not too much .
lt's an artform .
We , the French , are envied throughout the world for this.
You spread .
Some people get high on aircraft glue , or soap. . . complicated things. . .
This is my satori .
Zen in the art of toast!
Look! You can look.
There's no more knife , bread , butter. . . only a repeated gesture . . .
. . . a movement. . .
. . . space . . .
. . . emptiness.
Thank you .
- You do know that it's expensive . - Caviar?
No , not the caviar. The caviar is a gift from Elba .
No , your recording ! One , there aren't any in the stores. . .
. . . and two , the concert the other night was the best.
l do this because l dig it. For the pleasure .
The pleasure .
The pleasure . . . But there is no innocent pleasure . . .
Well , that's what l say.
You should see the tapes at Jules' . Tell him how many you have .
Tell him !
How many l had.
How many you had?
Somebody destroyed everything .
Last night after you left, l went out for a ride . . .
. . .when l came back, everything was destroyed .
That's crazy!
Was anything stolen?
No , the equipment wasn't touched .
All the tapes were pulled out.
l think it was the cops.
You're paranoid . The cops!
- How do you know it's the cops? - l don't know.
When l was in Saint-Lazare yesterday. . .
. . .the cops arrested a girl right in front of me .
One almost hit me . But something looked bizarre , it didn't fit.
The cops. . .
l saw the guy's card .
This isn't the post office . . . You saw the card .
Something happened in Saint-Lazare yesterday.
But they didn't arrest the girl .
She was bumped off.
l don't like parking lots.
We're closing shop. Did you clean up?
Everything is blocked . . .
. . .the relays are closed , nothing leaves.
The last girls were sent tonight. We warned those who are working .
But we're stuck with a kilo of heroine .
- Dump it down your sink. - lt's going to cost a bundle .
You're risking your head !
We leave nothing and nobody behind .
We have the postman's file . . .
. . .the photos, the neighborhood investigation , the vehicle plates.
My brigade marches forward . l'm holding the reins, but. . .
. . .they march alone .
So we have to move fast. . . and be very tidy.
We searched his studio . There's no need to go there now.
Two inspectors are watching it. l don't believe he'll come back.
But there's only one thing .
Someone is looking for him . . .
. . . and this l can't control .
We have to find him . He's too dangerous.
Nadia's been eliminated . lt's only a cassette .
Shut your face !
Your face , Antillais, is what the postman saw!
l want this cassette at all cost. As soon as possible . . .
. . . before my cops, before anyone else .
Don't forget that if l go down , you go down with me .
Fast. . .
. . . and tidy.
Tell me , my poor man . . .
. . . don't you think l'm starting to look like an old woman?
No . . . like a Spanish woman . . .
. . . an old Spanish woman .
You know, l have to go .
Diva .
Your tape , are you taking it back or not?
l prefer that you keep it if you don't mind .
As you wish . So , you want to leave?
Here , Alien .
Don't get pulled over by the cops!
N'Doula . . . Jules.
Hi .
She's the queen of Africa .
She's the queen of the night.
l went to the great jewelers. l bought everything .
Almost! Look. . .
How about that.
Go ahead , no , no , it's for you , go ahead .
Thank you , Jules.
- Thank you . Good-bye , N'Doula . - So long you two !
lt's a magic bird .
We would like to talk to you about Cynthia Hawkins' recording .
l'm listening .
We believe there exists a recording . . .
. . . of an excellent quality, of Ms. Hawkins' last concert.
You think so?
This recording , how should l say it. . . is of interest to us. . .
. . .to own exclusively, of course .
Don't you think it's a little early to talk business?
We'll call you back.
The patience of the buffalo is great. . .
. . . but so is his strength !
Abyssus abyssum invocat!
What is abyssus abyssum?
lt means the abyss calls the abyss.
Yes, l assure you , it would be wonderful .
She is beautiful , proud , sensuous.
She's a woman !
Jules, the jam .
Do you think that l could have all of these qualities?
Well , yes. At least, it's the part.
Don't apologize . You were talking about the Tosca , not me .
lf you did not exist, Jules. . .
. . . one should not invent you .
Why not?
Because you know music too well .
l mean , the opera .
But l like music.
l know. We both like it.
And now, speaking of music, l must work.
You want me to leave?
lt's funny, but l think l'll enjoy your presence while l'm working .
Could l take a bath?
Excuse me?
While you're singing .
Go ahead . Go ahead .
Nobody has ever heard me rehearse .
l won't tell anyone .
Hello? Yes, he's here .
Jules, it's for you .
Nobody knows l'm here .
Who is this?
We stopped by your place last night.
- l suggest you ask Mrs. Hawkins. . . - l don't understand .
- . . .what she thinks of record pirates. - lt's a mistake .
We want the tape and we will get it.
Jules, do you like it hot?
Are you all right?
Bad news?
No . . . scalding .
Mr. Weinstadt, please .
ls something wrong , Jules?
l'm fine .
No news, but two inspectors. . .
. . . are watching his place 'round the clock.
This Nadia . . . she's a whore .
A whore who wants freedom . . . who wants to take off.
She invents a story so that we cover her. . .
. . . but she gets caught.
So they want to set an example . . .
. . . and they stab her.
As for your Antillais, he's a common pimp who leaned too hard .
What about Krantz? An awl for him too , same weapon .
Same reason ! Set as an example for the rest.
l don't believe in this international prostitution ring .
The crime empire ! Always the folklore , with this Antillais. . .
. . . covering for a mysterious and high-placed individual .
ls it amusing , Mortier?
The kid is on the run .
- lt's normal for his age . - His place was searched .
A theft, that's all it was. Did you see the equipment we found?
Someone took
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Dodgeball - A True Underdog Story
Dog Nail Clipper
Dog Soldiers (2002)
Dogs Of War The 1981
Dogville CD1
Dogville CD2
Doing Hard Time CD1
Doing Hard Time CD2
Dois Perdidos Numa Noite Suja 2002
Dokument Fanny och Alexander CD1
Dokument Fanny och Alexander CD2
Dolce Vita La 1960 CD1
Dolce Vita La 1960 CD2
Dolores Claiborne (1995)
Domicile conjugal
Don Giovanni CD1
Don Giovanni CD2
Dong (The Hole) 1998
Donggam (2000) - Ditto
Donnie Brasco
Donnie Darko
Dont Be A Menace To South Central While Drinking Your Juice In The Hood
Dont Bother to Knock
Dont look now
Dont say a word
Donzoko 1957
Door in the Floor The 2004
Doors The CD1
Doors The CD2
Dora-Heita 2000
Double Jeopardy
Double Team
Double Vision (Shuang Tong)
Doulos Le
Down By Law 1986
Down Periscope
Down Time
Down With Love
Down and Out in Beverly Hills
Dr Dolittle
Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
Dr No
Dr Strangelove
Dracula - Dead and Loving It
Dracula 1931
Dracula 1979
Dracula Has Risen From The Grave 1968
Dragon Head CD1
Dragon Head CD2
Dragonball Z
Dragonheart (1996)
Dragonheart - Collectors Edition
Dragons Forever (Jackie Chan)
Dragstrip Girl
DreamKeeper 2003 CD1
DreamKeeper 2003 CD2
Dream Master The
Dream Of A Warrior (Cheonsamong)
Dreamers The
Dreamlife of Angels The
Dressed to Kill 1980
Drifting Clouds
Driving Miss Daisy
Driving miss Wealthy (2004)
Drop Dead Gorgeous 1999
Drowning Mona CD1
Drowning Mona CD2
Drums Along the Mohawk
Drunken Master (Yuen Woo-Ping 1978)
Du rififi chez les hommes (Jules Dassin 1955) CD1
Du rififi chez les hommes (Jules Dassin 1955) CD2
Duck Soup (1933 Marx Brothers)
Dude Wheres My Car
Duel The
Duel in the Sun CD1
Duel in the Sun CD2
Duel to the Death
Duellists The
Dumb And Dumberer When Harry Met Lloyd 2003
Dumb and Dumber
Dune 2000 - 1 of 3
Dune 2000 - 2 of 3
Dune 2000 - 3 of 3
Dungeons And Dragons
Dunken Monkey 2002
Dust in the Wind (Hsiao-hsien Hou 1986)
Dying td CD1
Dying td CD2
The Dawns Here Are Quiet The CD2