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- That's it, yes.|- Something is not quite right.
Should we write,|"100 years of bad design"?
I'm thinking of "Frederiksson's|Fashion" and 100 years.
We only got that name|when you took over.
How foolish of me|to shame the name like that.
This was taken 50 years ago.|It was during the war.
That's the old boss.|He was really strict.
And that's me. I wasn't|supposed to be in the picture, -
- but I just happened to pass by|the window, and then he took it.
Good morning, Mr Frederiksson.
Are you all loafing again?|No wonder we're in dire straits.
- Hi. We're from Grünelökka Tidende.|- They're writing about the jubilee.
100 years!|Will it be a big celebration?
Of course. It will be grand.|100 years of faithful service.
Workers who have sacrificed|everything for their workplace.
I understand|that you took over six years ago.
As a Swede, have you encountered|any problems here in Norway?
It has been a bit difficult|to get used to the Norwegian pace.
Gunde Svan had the same problem.
- Can we take a picture of everyone?|- Not me.
- We have to shine ourselves up.|- Yes, but hurry.
Frederiksson's Fashion.|Just a moment, please.
We are done as soon as Miss Norway|and her terns are ready.
He could've warned us about this.|I look awful.
I ought to wash my hair.
Men want us to look good.|They don't know how long it takes.
- Or what it costs!|- Einar settles for Cindy Crawford.
I've told Bjarne it's no fun|being compared with Kim Basinger.
- Does he compare you with her?|- Whom does he prefer?
Check this out. Fake eyelashes.|But they are not easy to put on.
Does it go like this? Or ..?
But you've put them on your glasses.
I can't with my glasses on,|and without them I can't see a thing.
- Is this too red?|- It's a black and white photo.
I'm grey, even on colour photos.
Thank you.
Thank you all.|Get back to work.
And now the oldest employee|in the most recent creation.
Make it quick! We can't waste time|on photo shoots every 50th year.
- How about the green one?|- Green doesn't become her.
We need something more modern.|This one is nice!
Not that one! It's for posh women.|It's like a sherry dress.
- At least people would notice it.|- It's not even finished yet.
If that's what she wants,|can't you just put it on?
- The fabric is really nice.|- We'll fix your hair up.
You can borrow my shoes.|They'll match the dress.
You'll look so good.
It's insane!|This will take all day.
Don't you think they'll be done soon?
Done?|You know nothing about women.
Take my wife. She'll go|and try out clothes in the shops, -
- and then I have to go along.
We go to the shop|and I say, "That's nice."
She'll try it at home,|and I say, "That's nice."
That was clever.
But the next day she has returned it.
"lt doesn't fit.|Why didn't you say anything?"
But you did say something.
- You're lightning quick, Tommy.|- Well, you know ...
Good riddance! She can|try out clothes on her own.
- Now she wants the car!|- It's no use arguing ...
Let me tell you one thing.|It won't happen. I've had it.
Tomorrow I'll show her.
I've been boss for these girls|for six years. I know how to do it.
The car? No way!
- I'll be damned!|- Can you lift her up on the table?
- You're so stylish, Margit!|- Pout your lips.
A bit more ...
Turn around a bit|and show a bit of leg.
OK. I think I've got it.|Thanks.
- I ruined the dress!|- We'll just patch it up again.
- I'll get the blame for it.|- You were helping Frederiksson out.
I knew it would go wrong.|I could feel it.
You can get the photo framed|and give it to him.
What is this?|There's so much work to do.
- We're on our break.|- You haven't done anything all day.
We won't advertise for you|in our spare time. And it's finished.
- The new dress?|- Yes. Not that one!
- I'm meeting Adelsten now.|- With that dress?
Place the clothes on a hanger,|so I'll know they're finished.
Thank you.
Who are your designers?
Only the best.
We do a bit ourselves. My wife ...|My ex-wife designs quite a bit.
But she wasn't that good at it.
- I'm very interested in design.|- You are?
My dream is to move to Paris.
You have to go for it|and give it a shot.
But it's so hard|to succeed, isn't it?
Yes, it is.|But a lot of people have succeeded.
You have to think like that.
I wouldn't have been where I am|today, if I hadn't thought like that.
I have a few sketches.
- How original!|- Seriously?
It's so interesting.|So youthful and fresh.
You don't think|it's too much like Gaultier?
No ... no.
{y:i}Show Frederiksson|{y:i}to my office, please.
Well, it's really not that bad.
But if we are to sell this,|we have to make a few changes.
Of course,|adjustments will always be made.
Your label in particular.|The name has to go. Go, go, go!
- But we have a certain reputation.|- Quite.
The summer collection we ordered|from you arrived in early November!
But it was all the rage last year.
But the customers raged that|it couldn't stand machine washing!
It was even ruined at 40 degrees!
This is simply not done!|We've had so many complaints!
I will not tolerate this!|This is a serious business!
- Frederiksson's Fashion.|{y:i}- It's Backe.
{y:i}- Can I talk to Frederiksson?|- He's out, I'm afraid.
{y:i}- He hasn't paid the rent.|- He's meeting a client.
- Who is it?|- The landlord.
Are you the landlord?|You simply have to fix the windows.
We were freezing|to death last winter.
We have to work really hard|just to stay warm.
Hello? This is the safety officer.|These premises are so dangerous.
The roof, for instance.|The tiles could fall down any minute.
There's not enough hot water.
I always wash my hair|on Tuesdays and Fridays.
And then there's not enough|hot water for my colleagues.
We won't pay rent|for something that's not in order.
{y:i}- Let me talk to Frederiksson!|- We won't just pay for anything.
I'll get the blame for this.
Relax, Margit. He's just showing it.|No one is going to wear it.
- It won't zip up.|- This is a waste of time.
- It's not her fault.|- Whose fault is it then?
- We'll fix that of course.|- The dress is longer at the front.
There is a difference of four|or five centimetres. Look at it!
And this is the final version?
It's because we thought|that women are shaped differently ...
Really? Then supply it|with an adjustable behind.
Talk to the Salvation Army.
Enclose a manual for those who|would like to assemble it themselves.
This will not do. Get out of here.
Don't waste my precious time|with your half-finished rubbish!
I don't understand.|The girls said it was finished.
Don't listen to him.|He's like that all the time.
- Luckily there are other customers.|- I liked the dress.
Did you?|How interesting.
The quality of the fabric|wasn't really that good.
Perhaps the cut|could have been slightly different.
- Perhaps.|- The seams were a bit poor.
- But the fabric was nice.|- Prime quality all the way.
It was nice to meet you.
- What happened?|- It was ...
The fabric.
{y:i}What a great morning!
{y:i}On this fine morning the sun is|{y:i}shining outside and in our hearts.
{y:i}I hope you're ready|{y:i}for a new active day ...
- What are you reading, Margit?|- The personal ads.
Don't you want to go|to the bingo on your own?
- It's not for me.|- For whom then?
Never you mind.
I've got Bjarne, I think.|And Pia has herself.
And Oddveig's got Einar the terrible.
- It must be for Tommy then.|- No, it's for Frederiksson.
Poor man. He's in probate court.|And then he'll be all alone.
- No one takes care of him.|- Are you playing matchmaker?
- How will he manage?|- If you sell him, you're good!
Shame on you. Poor Frederiksson|has no wife to come home to.
There'll be no food on the table.|The house won't have been cleaned.
After 32 years of marriage|I've never come home to a set table.
- Hĺvard and I helped each other.|- He was an accountant.
After dinner he always|helped me clear the table.
And then you had a weak cup of coffee|and did the household accounts.
- Good morning.|- If you say so.
Have you seen the sign?
Why the question mark?
- People can interpret it themselves.|- Change it to an exclamation mark.
We could also write,|"Formerly Grünelökka Clothing".
"100 years of tradition,|six years of style and quality."
Six years out of 100?|How will people interpret that?
Any way they want to.
Good morning, Frederiksson.
What've you got here?
What's left from 17 years|of marriage. My washing.
She didn't want that.
- You seem to be taking it well.|- Every cloud has a silver lining.
I can do your laundry|until you find a new wife.
We were just saying|that you'll surely find a new wife.
Do you think|I'll make the same mistake twice?
There are so many single women.|I was just reading the paper:
"Gregarious and lively lady. Likes|good food and domestic comfort."
"Mother of three|in the prime of life."
"Box number '52 years'."
Let me tell you something. For 17|years my life had been like a prison.
Now I can finally breathe.|Now the world is my oyster.
Should I throw myself at another hag?|Never!
Then you don't know Frederiksson.
Poor thing.|He seems heartbroken.
She's taken everything.|No house, no home, no car ...
- He wasn't happy with her.|- There are so many women out there.
There is one lady here -
- who is looking for a cheerful man|with sex appeal.
- And you thought of Frederiksson?|- I don't really know what that is.
Maybe he does have sex appeal|... maybe for some.
It's not just looks. They have|to have an aura of confidence.
- You can tell when you touch them.|- Should we throw ourselves at him?
It's not me ...
I'm going out for a while.|If someone calls ...
I have palpitations.|It feels so strange. I feel weak.
I know nothing of any palpitations.|Weakness is completely normal.
Please feel for yourself.
Your pulse rate is completely|normal and slow.
Isn't the heart beating any faster?
Quite on the contrary.
Oh, Frederiksson.|I'm so tense in my neck.
It's like big knots. Do you think|physiotherapy might help?
During working hours? At my expense?
That's not what I meant.
Try and feel.|It's really very painful. Very ...
- Anything here?|- No ...
Here then?
- A bit higher up maybe?|- No, that's not the right spot ...
There's something in my eye.
Do you see anything?
No. I can't see anything.
- Do you feel anything?|- No, not really.
What is this? Are you winding me up?|What's up with the girls?
- I hope you're not sick as well?|- No, I'm fine.
Appendicitis, maybe?
No, we were just|checking your sex appeal.
- Who came up with this idea?|- Not me.
Well ...
That bitch took the car,|the flat and everything.
- Watch your language.|- She has to live somewhere.
That's women for you.|That's what you're like.
- Listen to the expert!|- I'm glad I'm single.
Are you afraid of losing|your virginity and your moped?
You attend dancing classes|because you want a girlfriend.
- What would I do with her?|- I'd like to know.
You can meet girls at a night club.
On my own? So the women|will ask me to dance? No way.
That's not how it works.|You have to ask them to dance.
I won't do that!|You have to draw a line somewhere.
It's not that difficult.
Let's pretend I'm you.|Look at me.
Hi, I'm Tommy.|Then you'll say, "Hi, I'm Sissel."
Sissel from the dancing class?|She is repulsive.
Let's say "Randi", then.
Then you'll say,|"Are you from around here?"
- Do I have to ask all that?|- You have to talk to her.
And then you could ask,|"What do you do then?"
- What do you do?|- Good.
When she has told you,|then you'll say, "How interesting!"
- How interesting ...|- Great.
- Then you just dance with her.|- I hope it's not rumba.
No, they don't play rumba|at a night club.
Well, I was just wondering.
- Try and ask me to dance.|- Yes. Go on.
I walk over to you and say,|"Hi, I'm Tommy."
- Very good!|- Hi, I'm Randi.
How interesting!
- Would you like to dance?|- Sure.
- Around here?|- It sounds like Einar.
- Many girls find gawkiness charming.|- At first, maybe.
It's worn a bit thin after 32 years.
Pia, you have to take Tommy out,|so he can get some practice.
- Would you like to go out?|- What if they don't want to dance?
Then it will be a decent girl|who's genuinely interested in you.
- If she refuses?|- Good girls don't behave that way.
The longer they say no,|the more interested they are.
Yes, I've noticed.
Yeah, then you might persuade her|to share your bed at the rest home.
Would you like a drink?
Yes, please.
I'm Erik. No, Erik.
- Are you from around here?|- Yes.
- What do you do?|- I work at a textile factory.
I sew!
- lnteresting?|- It's all right.
- Do you dance?|- Sure.
Here you go.
Are you from around here?
- Are you with him?|- No, we just work together.
Are you a seamstress?
Tommy, aren't you going|to ask somebody to dance?
- I'd rather wait here.|- Look at her. She's all alone.
I'll wait here.
It's the reason we came here!
Yes, but what if I don't want to?
But she looks really nice.|Come on, try being a bit sexy.
- It's really hot in here.|- Sorry?
It's so hot.
I've got sweaty armpits.|See?
- I'm Tommy.|- I see.
- Are you from around here?|- No.
- What do you do?|- Sorry, but I don't dance.
How interesting.
Thanks for the dance.
- Did anything happen?|- No, she was so sweaty.
Dirty old pig!
- That's what he is.|- I'm sure it was just his niece.
That makes it even worse!
Rubbing yourself|against your own niece! Shame!
That's men for you.
Hello, everybody!
Sorry I'm late.|I couldn't fall asleep last night.
- Of course. You were so worried.|- Right.
- Did you solve anything last night?|- It's not easy being on your own.
No, but it will be fine.
When I got divorced, I spent so many|lonely nights in front of the TV.
You don't have|to be divorced for that.
If you can't sleep|you can count sheep.
You shouldn't worry about the party.
But a small commemoration|is called for.
Small? It's a jubilee,|and Margit is retiring.
Don't make a big fuss about it.
I'll think about it.|Tommy, come with me.
- Poor Frederiksson.|- Give it a rest!
He's so worried.|I think he's lost weight.
In two days?
- He seems to be coping all right.|- He doesn't seem to be broken.
You don't know him like I do.|I can see it.
He's completely shattered.
- What's that?|- The funeral march.
Push it.
- It'll be even worse with a girl.|- He'll have a heart condition.
- Come here, Margit.|- No, that is simply not on.
Spying on your own boss!
Sorry ... Let me introduce you.|Christin Karlsen, fashion designer.
This is Tommy Jakobsen.|He is our cutter.
Haven't we met before?
Yes, I was the sweaty one.
And here's the rest of the staff.
This is Pia,|and this is Oddveig, -
- and this is Kari,|and finally ...
Here is Margit.|That's the lot of them.
Are you all right?|Where is Margit?
- I'm here, Mr Frederiksson.|- In the dustbin?
You've still got a few years in you,|haven't you?
I've never seen anything|so devoid of rhythm before.
You should be ashamed of yourself.
- This was all your fault!|- Give me a break.
Aren't you responsible|for maintenance?
- The table isn't made for elephants.|- You bloody idiot!
- Have you inherited?|- This is for Frederiksson.
- Are you sharing your food with him?|- No, this is my food.
This part is see-through.
Isn't that a bit ..?
Not at all.|You see this all the time in Paris.
Imagine going to Paris.
You and I?
We'll get some inspiration.|It'll be tax-deductible for you.
It would still mean expenses.|Yes?
Will you look at that?
- I thought you might be hungry.|- Margit!
- You can share with your niece.|- Thanks a lot.
- You needed a bit of consolation.|- Thanks, Margit.
I know exactly how you feel.|I felt the same way.
It's not easy to find yourself|on your own.
I lost several pounds.|You know, when ...
Thanks a lot, Margit.|It was very kind of you.
Let me know,|if you need your laundry done.
I will. Thanks, Margit.
- Are you going to eat that?|- Yes.
- But it's butter!|- It's probably real butter.
Your diet is so important,|if you want to stay young.
- Mayonnaise is right out.|- Please, just this once.
Didn't you want|to get rid of the belly?
Yes, of course.
Would you like an apple?|I've got two. Do you want one?
Looks good, doesn't it?|I'll go to the salad bar.
All right. I'll see you later.|Bye.
I forgot my money.
Frederiksson's Fashion.
Typical, isn't it? For once|I'm on time, and I can't get in.
You just can't count on Pia.
- There's a letter for Frederiksson.|- He won't be long.
But yesterday he was on cloud nine.
- Is he not here yet?|- Pia isn't here either.
If Frederiksson only knew|that Pia hasn't let us in yet.
- Hi! Have you been waiting long?|- We've put down roots.
- Couldn't you get out of bed?|- I haven't slept yet.
- There he is.|- Will you look at him!
We couldn't recognize you.
- What should we do?|- Try the mouth-to-mouth method.
- But I can't.|- You know how to do it.
Thank you, but I'm all right.
- It's new.|- It's gorgeous.
It's a Gucci handbag.|I got it for less than 200 kroner.
From Eric, who I'm going out with.|Look at this.
Real Dior stockings. 25 kroner.
- Can you get one of those bags?|- I'm in, too.
- Sure. How about you, Margit?|- I don't want anything.
- No, you've got a nice carrier bag.|- Where does he get the stuff?
- He can provide almost anything.|- Here's the stuff from the attic.
- Have the mice eaten it all?|- It's just as nice as 50 years ago.
It'll do.
It's a shame|we're having the party here.
It was so nice here the last time.
Mrs Aslaksen had been here|for 50 years. They gave her flowers.
No gold watch?|That's the least you could expect.
You don't know the size|of Frederiksson's expenses.
Margit? I have a bit more for you,|if you don't mind.
Oh, no. I'd like to tvätta for you.
"Do your laundry."
It's so kind of you, Margit.
No, it's trevligt.|"My pleasure."
I have a few new sketches.|Can you start on these right away?
- What's this?|- It's what they're showing in Paris.
Are they showing everything?
It's the first time|I'll be paid to sew holes.
Frederiksson.|Look what I found in your laundry.
I don't understand.|Is that yours?
- I don't wear this sort of thing.|- Maybe it belongs to your niece.
I can do what I want|in my private life.
You can ask Chris about sex appeal,|if you're that interested.
She's probably mad about your body.
What do you say?
- How nice!|- That's what I call a car!
- It doesn't look cheap.|- Well, if you can afford it ...
I had no choice. We need|a car to make the deliveries.
- So it's a van?|- I chose this model.
I would probably have chosen|the same model as you.
I would even have chosen|the same colour, I think.
- We're on the same radio wave.|- Wavelength.
I have to go to the gym.|I don't have much time.
Then I'll need the company car.|I'm going shopping.
When strangers can borrow it,|then so should we.
- She's no stranger.|- She's an employee. Isn't she?
- Is she an employee?|- When did this happen?
- Yesterday, I think.|- Let me inform you of one thing.
The union has a say|when it comes to hiring staff.
You'll have your say.|What do you think?
We think ...
... that this kind of infringement|from management -
- should be met|with direct action from the union.
You can't go on strike|because of a new colleague.
Let's not go on strike.|It will just make Frederiksson upset.
- We'll have a work-to-rule action.|- Let's hope he notices.
{y:i}- Then there is Hotel d'Angleterre.|- Is that by the Eiffel Tower?
We'd prefer somewhere|near the Arc de Triomphe.
Send the tickets and the invoice|to Frederiksson's Fashion, please.
The Arc de Triomphe.
Those who are in favour|of non-union girls -
- getting hired just because|the boss happens to like them, -
- they can cast their votes now.
Those who are in favour|of Norwegian law, -
- which the working class has fought|for through hunger and want -
- against the abuse of power|from a despotic management, -
- can cast their votes now.
- Does it mean that Chris can't come?|- Yes.
It's too much.|Remove one of them.
- One of what?|- One of the flags.
- How's it going?|- We're almost done.
Frederiksson? Is Chris|allowed to come to the party?
Why not?|The more, the merrier.
Can't you make merry|with her afterwards?
OK. I'll have a word with her.
If she stays away,|we may drop our work-to-rule action.
Which you've been having|for six years now.
If management wants|to victimize us, then we'll start ...
Serious work-to-rule actions.|I know. Let's make peace.
If you find her so troublesome,|I'll promise -
- that Christin|won't come to the party.
Don't let your private life|interfere with work.
I've got the goods for you.
We ordered some stuff.
Take it easy.
Here are the bags.|200 a piece.
- 180?|- OK.
- Let's look at the gold watches.|- Gold watches?
This is a Rolex. It was 30,000,|but you can have it for 2,500.
Do you have any ladies' watches?|I need one for an elderly lady.
Is she your age?
- Let's go, shall we?|- I suppose so.
What's that?
It's just a small present.
For me?|It's so nice.
Thank you very much.
Gucci ...
But Hans..!
A gold watch. You're crazy!
What a surprise.|I have a surprise for you, too.
- What are we doing here?|- We have to live somewhere.
Your wife has made an excellent|choice. It is our best place.
There'll be no riffraff here|to bother you.
Gottfried Lampe Lintner|lives here for instance.
He is the MD of Bergesrederiet.
Then we have Mr Aksel Bang Lerke, -
- the head of the administrative|department of the Treasury.
One of the new residents|is the ambassador to Thailand.
His name is Achmed ...|He'll be moving in.
Heinrich Lyttke lives|in the top flat, and I live here.
Here's your small flat.|"Small", I say!
Come in, please.
Here is the lounge,|or the salle de séjour.
Everything is kept|in an emerald blue colour.
What does this cost?
The wallpaper alone costs|1 200 kroner per square centimetre.
If you look at this stove.|This isn't Swedish.
It is French.|It's from the Loire Valley.
It's an antique from 1814.
Please come with me.
Here we have an adorable, small|bathroom of 60 square metres.
The rent?
- A vase from the Ming Dynasty.|- We'll think about it.
Here is a Persian legend.|The girl, the bull and the horse.
The girl actually got|both the horse and the bull.
If there's anything else,|you can just knock on my door.
Let's just think about this.
You should notice|the tiles in the bathroom.
- Isn't this fantastic?|- Yes.
- And you even bought champagne.|- No, I found it in your office.
- That was for the jubilee.|- No. Do they deserve champagne?
Margit, Pia, Oddveig, Kari, Tommy|and I. That's six. This'll be enough.
- What about me?|- Well, you see ...
No. The party is for all employees.|You said that yourself.
Yes, of course.
Did you buy them handbags too?|How embarrassing! I'm staying here.
Stay here.|It will be for the best.
What are you standing here for?|Pia's got the key.
- There is a new lock on the door.|- Read the letter.
"At the request of Norske Bank|your premises have been locked."
"A written notice had been issued."|But I paid them two days ago!
I sent them a cheque without|full coverage, as I always do.
That was clever.
- Is this even legal?|- Not paying?
And then today,|when we're having the jubilee.
We'll have a party,|even if it will have to be outdoors.
Is that the surprise?
Could I borrow your watch?|You'll get it later.
- Why?|- Mine has stopped.
Here's the champagne.|Let's celebrate.
Just the one bottle?
As the manager|of this well-reputed company ...
The phone's ringing.
It's Bik Bok.|I was expecting a call. I'm coming!
- Frederiksson's Fashion.|{y:i}- This is the telegraph service.
{y:i}There's a greetings telegram.|{y:i}I'll read it to you.
{y:i}"Heartfelt congratulations|{y:i}on your jubilee. "
{y:i}"Best wishes, House of Buttons. "|{y:i}That was it.
Did you get it?
I don't understand.|Everything's gone.
Look around the corner, Frederiksson.
- It's getting a bit damp.|- Let's cancel the party.
Absolutely not.
We're not just celebrating|the first 100 years of the mill, -
- but also Margit.
When I think of you, Margit,|I think of your cheerful mood.
Your colleagues agree with me.|You always provoke mirth around you.
You have always worked well|together with the management.
We've always|been able to count on you.
That's why it's my pleasure|to give you this present.
- Thank you for all your effort.|- Congratulations, Margit.
- It was the very least we could do.|- It's only been 50 years.
I didn't have time to engrave it, but|give it to me, and I'll get it done.
- Engraving and everything!|- That's the least I could do.
- You've thought of everything.|- No, Margit.
Yes, that's what I think.
As we are gathered here today,|we shouldn't just look back ...
- This will not do.|- I'll find new premises.
I have several orders.|I'll hire them all again soon.
It's just a temporary lay-off.
- Sorry, but I can't live like this.|- It's not my fault.
- When we get new orders in ...|- Is there no money for furniture?
It will just be for a few weeks,|or days, or hours even.
They could call me anytime soon.
We can enjoy the view|in the meantime.
You do that. I can't do this.|I'll be staying at my mother's.
You fool! What are you doing?
- I'm sorry ...|- Swedish idiot!
I'm terribly sorry.|I don't understand how this ...
How could this happen?
I noticed the billboard,|and it ruined my concentration ...
I see. Yes, I could imagine.|But keep your eyes on the road.
Yes, I understand, but that lady|and I go back a long way.
We have worked together for years.
- Save the funny remarks.|- We're in the same line of business.
I see her every day. She makes|my lunch and does my laundry.
- Have you been drinking?|- She works for me.
She waits for me every morning.|She is even wearing my clothes.
{y:i}Page 34.|{y:i}Can you see that ad?
Yes, I do.|Really! Now I've never ...
{y:i}- What do you think?|- I don't know what to say ...
{y:i}- Do you know who made it?|- Frederiksson's mill.
{y:i}- The Swede in Grünelökka?|- Yes, that's him.
{y:i}- Do we have any dealings with him?|- He came here to show me a dress.
He showed me the dress, -
- but I told him|to go to the Salvation Army instead.
{y:i}- We have to get that dress!|- Yes, of course.
That was the first thing I said.|"We want that dress!"
It doesn't need many alterations.|A few, maybe.
{y:i}Then get going, Nilsen!|{y:i}We need to get hold of this one.
I totally agree with you, sir.
{y:i}Make sure the delivery is swift,|{y:i}and the quality is good.
- I'll see to it.|{y:i}- That's all, Nilsen.
Swift delivery and good quality!|Is there anything else I could do?
How about a subtropical climate|for vineyards in Grurodalen?
Really? The money must have|ended up in the wrong account.
{y:i}Frederiksson?|{y:i}This is Nilsen from Adelsten.
{y:i}I've got the ad for Vitaform.|{y:i}Is that dress one of yours?
Yes, sorry about that ...
{y:i}Have you already sold it?
Yes, in a way. We're negotiating|the sale at the moment.
{y:i}We'll take 500 dresses.|{y:i}Can you manage that?
- 500 dresses?|{y:i}- In a week.
Just a moment. I need to discuss it|with my head sales lady.
Mrs Gundersen?
Yes, sir?
Adelsten would|like 500 Vitaform dresses.
500?|That's impossible.
I know, but can't we postpone|the dresses for Per Spook?
I don't know.|Let me think about it.
Can we do this in one week?
One week? But that's ...
That's so nice of you.|You're wonderful.
Nilsen? This won't be easy,|but we'll do our best.
{y:i}- In a week, the latest.|- Sure. You can count on us.
{y:i}- It's a deal.|- Goodbye.
Frederiksson is here!
Oh, no!|Did you get wet, Frederiksson?
Would you like to work for me again?
Under much better conditions.|Should I discuss this with Pia?
She was fired|for encouraging a strike.
She'll be at the department store|if you hurry up.
All this for only 370 kroner!
I'll show you some products for men.
They are characterised by a brutal|scent that is very pervasive.
This is the product range|for the man who loves to dominate.
First of all|we have the shaving foam.
Can we have a volunteer?|You maybe?
Yes, you!|The tall gentleman in the dark coat.
A very brave man.
I'll demonstrate how close a shave|you'll get with these products.
I'll show how you can|achieve the closest shave of all.
You can work wonders with the|shaving foam and a sharp razor.
I've got a huge order.|Work for me again.
If there are no obstacles,|we'll all be very satisfied.
I'll pay for your lunch breaks.
This customer will be very satisfied.
- 8,000 a month.|- A bit more, please.
- 10,000.|- A bit more.
- 11,000.|- And a bit more!
- 12,000.|- That's collaboration for you.
- Hi, Margit.|- Frederiksson?
So this is where you are?|I went to your house.
You have to get out of the house|and meet people.
- They recognize me.|- How nice.
I forgot to ask you|about the engraving on the watch.
- You shouldn't have bought it.|- Yes. You deserve it.
And now you can use it as a keepsake.
It has to say something nice.
You'll figure it out.|You're good at that.
All right.|If that's what you want.
Just write something simple, like ...
"Norway thanks you", or something.|Or Sweden, if you like.
I'll think about it.
We'll miss you.
- You're glad to get rid of me.|- How can you say that?
It won't be the same without you.
- I've been away before.|- I don't remember that.
It was before your time.|It was when Hĺvard died.
That's to be expected.
I was away for three hours.|December 7th, 16 years ago.
Take care, Margit.
Even senior citizens can sew.
Hi, Margit!
Hi, Pia, Kari, Oddveig.|Hi, Tommy.
Welcome, all.|It's so good to see you again.
We're together again|like one big family.
- Where's the new mill?|- It's quite close by.
- Would you look at that?|- It's exactly like old times.
- How nice!|- Is this legal?
- Trading from a private residence?|- But I live here.
- Does Snow White approve?|- She thinks it's a great idea.
It's like when Hĺvard|took his work home with him.
How promising!
Finally! It looks promising|for Frederiksson's Fashion.
We'll bring tradition and quality|into the future. Nothing can stop us.
Have you done it again?|You didn't do it.
- What didn't I do?|- Make sure the door is closed.
Not now. I'm talking to you,|so stand still and listen to me.
I can't watch the door all the time.|I have a lot of stuff to do.
I'll mind the door, I promise.
- Can I trust you?|- Yes.
- You know how women are.|- Yes. More or less.
What do you think people would say,|if they saw what we're doing?
- Hi.|- It's nice to see you.
- I'd like to talk to you.|- Sure. It's great to see you.
- Do you have visitors?|- No, it's just Tommy.
Well, not in the lounge.|Just here, like.
I'd like to talk to you|about what happened.
Tommy, can you go into the lounge?
No, I think I'll stay here.|But I won't listen, I promise.
I want a private conversation.|Can't we go into the lounge?
No, wait ...
Hi and welcome!
What's going on here?
It was I who got the flat.|I won't stand for anything.
- But Chris ...|- I'll get my clothes.
You know how women are.
Quick, go in there!|Let no one out!
Hi. Is it all right now?
Yes, come on in.
This way.
What the hell? Do you hear me, Tommy?
No one gets out of here.
Tommy, open the door!|Open it!
Open the door, I say!
- Your new girlfriend?|- It's for Frederiksson.
She's probably less trouble|than the other one.
And here's the fabric.|Four rolls of 25 metres.
- A bottle of cognac for 100 kroner.|- Clearance sale at the off-licence?
- I'll write you a cheque.|- No cash? OK, Pia can vouch for you.
Stealing from your own boss|the minute he's out the door!
It's not stealing.|We just take what he owes us.
Take the jubilee. There was|more rain than champagne that day.
You were late the next day,|and your head felt heavy, you said.
It must have been heavy water.
Hello?|Hi, Erik.
See if you can understand|what she says ... Speak up.
Hi, Erik.
And you haven't said anything?
You fool! The things Erik has been|selling us are stolen goods.
- The handbags too?|- Everything.
- They are after his customers.|- They don't know me.
No, but they know Frederiksson.|He wrote a cheque.
- What should we do?|- We'll get rid of it.
It's all a big mistake.
These are stolen goods.|Are you Hans Frederiksson?
- Were you having this engraved?|- On behalf of someone else.
Is that my watch?
- Do you think it's them?|- Do you think it's Napoleon?
Find a white flag.
Stop wasting his time.|This is my watch.
Come with us, please.
No, I will not. It was a gift.|Say something!
Hurry up!|This delivery means everything!
This dress will be a success,|but you have to work more quietly.
- Quiet, I said!|- Speed means noise.
Haven't you seen Formula One|on the telly?
No driver will get hurt|at this speed.
If the management wants|to pay us danger money ...
No, but keep up the pace. We must|deliver 500 dresses in one week.
- We'll never make it.|- Of course we will.
You never know.|Please keep up the pace, girls.
I'm going to the bank.|Don't open the door.
Who are you afraid of?|King Kong or the taxman?
Nothing must stop us now.
There's a letter for you,|Frederiksson.
One more thing. You're not allowed|to trade from these premises.
My old employees|are just visiting me.
We don't have time for that now.
I need a picture|when I respond to the ad.
The ad?
"Handsome gentleman|in the prime of his life -
- would like to meet a partner.|Charming, kind and considerate."
"Swedish, but otherwise OK."
The environment service is coming.|You have to leave. No, hide!
Hide!|Tommy, get the sheets!
No, not there!
- Come here! In here!|- There's not enough room.
- Are you ashamed of us?|- No, I'm proud of you.
Don't take it personally.|I love you all.
- Is this OK?|- Now we're ready for the ghost.
Shall we scare them off?
No, get a bathing cap!
- I'm claustrophobic!|- I know how you feel.
- You too? I feel I have to get out.|- It's like this when I'm home.
- Nice to meet you.|- Hello again, Frederiksson.
We haven't met since|you came to Grünelökka.
That was awful. The steam pipe leaked|and the switches weren't grounded.
And the press had no safety guards!
- And you've set up business here?|- Here?
We've been told that economic|activity takes place here.
- That's not correct.|- Let me inspect the premises.
lllegal economic activity|is one of the things we're after.
I just moved in,|and I'm doing the place up a bit.
There's nothing wrong here.
I've heard that several women|come to your home.
That's an exaggeration.
I just got divorced,|and I do have company ...
What a wonderful outfit!|I say that as a professional.
And as a man.
I have to see the rest of the flat.
Let's go to the bedroom.
- And that?|- We don't use the kitchen.
"We" in Swedish means,|"it is not in use".
I mostly eat out.
- Isn't that a bit sad?|- Yes, I do miss company.
Like now. Would you like to join me|for lunch at Theatercaféen?
Thanks, but let's not|mix business with pleasure.
That's what I always say.
- What was that?|- I'm sorry. That was my stomach.
- Didn't it come from here?|- In here?
It's just old clothes|and shoes and such.
Worthless rubbish.
Well, that's about it.|Thank you for your interest.
- What's that?|- That? Well ...
- The cat!|- Can you have pets here?
It's the painter's cat.|He's so fond of animals.
Well, this is the bedroom.
As you see, there's|no illegal activity in this flat.
- Everything seems to be in order.|- That's great.
- But we have to check these reports.|- Of course. It's your job.
That goes without saying.
- Are you hiding your staff in there?|- Of course not!
What's this, then?
Well, you could hardly call it work.
Frederiksson!|It's Nilson's PA.
That's a fine idea.|Yes. Thank you.
Margit, you've been discovered.
All these models remind me of Chris.
- Who?|- The girl who worked for me.
- The tall, slim blonde?|- Very tall and skinny.
She was a bit|too skinny for my taste.
The girls would've loved|to have been here.
It would've been handy|if the dress started falling apart.
But on the mouth!|If Hĺvard had seen that.
What do you mean?
Me carrying on like that|just 16 years after he died.
He would have understood.
It was disagreeable to you,|but you did it to save the mill.
Do you think so?
The fire brigade?|Our cocktail dresses!
Our order! Our reputation!
- What's happened?|- We barely made it.
If it weren't|for all the fire drills..!
This is where it all started.
What idiot left the iron on?|I've told you a hundred times ...
Exactly. It was you.|You were ironing Margit's dress.
- I thought you had turned it on.|- Me?
You could turn everything on.
Thank you so much.
That was the bank. The rent|has been paid. We're going home.
Can't you shine|the staff room up a bit?
- Let's go out.|- We have to celebrate this.
Maybe we can get Tommy|to go along with us.
Poor Tommy!
You didn't have to buy pizza for us.
- How does it feel?|- Great!
We'll get more fabric today.|In two days we can make the delivery.
Can you stay|for another two days, Margit?
Now we're all together again.|And the photos too.
Why am I not in the picture?
You've cut me out. I thought|we were one big, happy family.
I did it, Frederiksson.|Someone wanted a photo of you.
- Of me?|- Your fan club.
- Who was that?|- We're all here.
Is it you?
- I'm so glad to see you.|- I'm just getting my sketches.
Christin, you don't know|how grateful I am.
Somehow I knew|I could count on you.
- Let's start over again.|- What are you talking about?
- You paid our rent.|- I didn't pay any rent.
- You haven't?|- No.
I was certain|that you did it for our sake.
After that business with the watch?
I'm so sorry about that,|but I didn't know what to do.
Don't worry about it. I told them|the truth. An old man gave it to me.
It's so nice to see you.|Are you coming to work here again?
- No. But you're so sweet, Tommy.|- You mean tough, don't you?
Did Erik go down?
- No, he got off.|- But they found the cheque.
He said it was a fee|for the use of my sketches.
- I wrote it out to Erik.|- Yes, to my agent.
Chris.|What does he have that I don't?
A pulse rate of less than 100.
You know why I'm here, don't you?
- Because of the letter.|- The letter?
I didn't know it was you|until I got the photo.
I was busy when we met,|and I was working ...
- Yes?|- Is the lunch offer still on?
I don't really know ...
You sounded so romantic, and you|were looking for a mature woman.
And I liked|your sense of playfulness.
I didn't write any letter.
What's this then?|There's a photo and everything.
It must be a misunderstanding.
Can't I trust you?|You wrote that you value honesty.
Wait a minute.
I see. You've changed your mind.
Fine. Then I'd like to take a look|at the steam pipe. Have you fixed it?
No ... I'm sorry.
Of course I remember the letter.
I just didn't want|them to know about it.
I see.|But sooner or later they would know.
Yes, yes ...
Should we meet|at Theatercaféen in one hour?
Yes, please.
- I have to see to a few things.|- I understand. I'll see you there.
See you soon.
It was so sad to see you on your own.|So I placed an ad for you.
I had many replies.|But that one seemed really nice.
You've always been|a fine judge of character.
Now I've really done it.|You have to go to the café with her.
Can you forgive me?
Forgive you?|I don't know how to thank you.
- What do you mean?|- Margit did it.
Christin didn't pay any rent.
The bank told me|that an elderly lady paid the rent.
She wouldn't tell them her name, but|she looked like the lady in the ad.
How could you afford it?
I got some money for the ad,|and I had saved up a bit of money.
Wait a minute.|I have a gift for you.
Two plane tickets for Paris. A three|star hotel by the Arc de Triomphe.
Bring whoever you like.|Paris, Margit!
- I can't.|- Why not?
I have no one to bring with me.
There must be someone you could ask.
- Like who?|- I don't know.
Can't you invite a handsome|gentleman in the prime of his life?
- Charming, kind ...|- Considerate.
Swedish, but otherwise OK.
- If he would like to, then ...|- Margit!
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Friends - 02x22 - the one with two parties
Friends - 02x24 - the one with barry and mindys wedding
Friends - 10x01 - TOW After Joey And Rachel Kiss
Friends - 10x02 - TOW Where Ross Is Fine
Friends - 10x03 - TOW Ross Tan
Friends - 10x04 - TOW the cake
Friends - 10x05 - TOW Rachels Sister Babysits
Friends - 10x06 - TOW Rosss Grant
Friends - 10x07 - TOW The Home Study
Friends - 10x08 - TOW the late Thanksgiving
Friends - 10x09 - TOW the birth mother
Friends - 10x10 - TOW Chandler Gets Caught
Friends - 10x11 - TOW The Stripper Cries
Friends - 10x12 - TOW Phoebes Wedding
Friends - 10x13 - TOW Joey Speaks French
Friends - 10x14 - TOW Princess Consuela
Friends - 3 22 - The One With the Screamer
Friends - 3x01 - The One With the Princess Leia Fantasy
Friends - 3x02 - The One Where No Ones Ready
Friends - 3x03 - The One With the Jam
Friends - 3x04 - The One With the Metaphorical Tunnel
Friends - 3x05 - The One With Frank Jr
Friends - 3x06 - The One With the Flashback
Friends - 3x07 - The One With the Race Car Bed
Friends - 3x08 - The One With the Giant Poking Device
Friends - 3x09 - The One With the Football
Friends - 3x10 - The One Where Rachel Quits
Friends - 3x11 - The One Where Chandler Cant Remember
Friends - 3x12 - The One With All the Jealousy
Friends - 3x13 - The One Where Monica and Richard
Friends - 3x14 - The One With Phoebes Ex-Partner
Friends - 3x15 - The One Where Ross and Rachel Take
Friends - 3x16 - The One the Morning After
Friends - 3x17 - The One Without the Ski Trip
Friends - 3x18 - The One With the Hypnosis Tape
Friends - 3x19 - The One With the Tiny T-Shirt
Friends - 3x20 - The One With the Dollhouse
Friends - 3x21 - The One With a Chick and a Duck
Friends - 3x22 - The One With the Screamer
Friends - 3x23 - The One With Rosss Thing
Friends - 3x24 - The One With Ultimate Fighting Champ
Friends - 3x25 - The One at the Beach
Friends - 4x01 - The One With the Jellyfish
Friends - 4x02 - The One With the Cat
Friends - 4x03 - The One With the Cuffs
Friends - 4x04 - The One With the Ballroom Dancing
Friends - 4x05 - The One With Joeys New Girlfriend
Friends - 4x06 - The One With the Dirty Girl
Friends - 4x07 - The One Where Chandler Crosses
Friends - 4x08 - The One With Chandler in a Box
Friends - 4x09 - The One Where They are Going
Friends - 4x10 - The One With the Girl from
Friends - 4x11 - The One With Phoebes Uterus
Friends - 4x12 - The One With the Embryos
Friends - 4x13 - The One With Rachels Crush
Friends - 4x14 - The One With Joeys Dirty Day
Friends - 4x15 - The One With All the Rugby
Friends - 4x16 - The One With the Fake Party
Friends - 4x17 - The One With the Free Porn
Friends - 4x18 - The One With Rachels New Dress
Friends - 4x19 - The One With All the Haste
Friends - 4x20 - The One With All the Wedding Dresses
Friends - 4x21 - The One With the Invitation
Friends - 4x22 - The One With the Worst Best Man Ever
Friends - 4x23 - The One With Rosss Wedding - part 1
Friends - 4x24 - The One With Rosss Wedding - part 2
Friends - 5x01 - The One After Ross Says Rachel
Friends - 5x02 - The One With All the Kissing
Friends - 5x03 - The One Hundreth
Friends - 5x04 - The One Where Phoebe Hates PBS
Friends - 5x05 - The One With the Kips
Friends - 5x06 - The One With the Yeti
Friends - 5x07 - The One Where Ross Moves In
Friends - 5x08 - The One With All the Thanksgivins
Friends - 5x09 - The One With Rosss Sandwich
Friends - 5x10 - The One With the Inappropiate Sister
Friends - 5x11 - The One With All the Resolutions
Friends - 5x12 - The One With Chandlers Work Laugh
Friends - 5x13 - The One With Joeys Bag
Friends - 5x14 - The One Where Everyone Finds Out
Friends - 5x15 - The One With the Girl Who Hits Joey
Friends - 5x16 - The One With the Cop
Friends - 5x17 - The One With Rachels
Friends - 5x18 - The One Where Rachel Smokes
Friends - 5x19 - The One Where Ross Cant Flirt
Friends - 5x20 - The One With the Ride-Along
Friends - 5x21 - The One With the Ball
Friends - 5x22 - The One With Joeys Big Break
Friends - 5x23 - The One in Vegas
Friends - 6x01 - The One After Vegas
Friends - 6x02 - The One Where Ross Hugs Rachel
Friends - 6x03 - The One With Rosss Denial
Friends - 6x04 - The One Where Joey Loses His
Friends - 6x05 - The One With Joeys Porsche
Friends - 6x06 - The One On the Last Night
Friends - 6x07 - The One Where Phoebe Runs
Friends - 6x08 - The One With Rosss Teeth
Friends - 6x15
Friends 7x01 - The One with Monicas Thunder
Friends 7x02 - The One With Rachels Book
Friends 7x03 - The One With Phoebes Cookies
Friends 7x04 - The One With Rachels Assistant
Friends 7x05 - The One With The Engagement Picture
Friends 7x06 - The One With The Nap Partners
Friends 7x07 - The One with Rosss Library Book
Friends 7x08 - The One Where Chandler Doesnt Like Dogs
Friends 7x09 - The One With All the Candy
Friends 7x10 - The One With The Holiday Armadillo
Friends 7x11 - The One With All The Cheesecakes
Friends 7x12 - The One Where They are Up All Night
Friends 7x13 - The One Where Rosita Dies
Friends 7x14 - The One Where They All Turn Thirty
Friends 7x15 - The One With Joeys New Brain
Friends 7x16 - The One With the Truth About London
Friends 7x17 - The One With the Cheap Wedding Dress
Friends 7x18 - The One With Joeys Award
Friends 7x19 - The One With Ross and Monicas Cousin
Friends 7x20 - The One With Rachels Kisses
Friends 7x21 - The One With the Vows
Friends 7x22 - The One With Chandlers Dad
Friends 7x23 - The One With Monica and Chandlers Wedding Part 1
Friends 7x24 - The One With Monica and Chandlers Wedding Part 2
Friends 9x01 - The One Where No One Proposes
Friends 9x02 - The One Where Emma Cries
Friends 9x03 - The One With The Pediatrician
Friends 9x04 - The One With The Sharks
Friends 9x05 - The One With Phoebes Birthday Dinner
Friends 9x06 - The One With The Male Nanny
Friends 9x07 - The One With Rosss Inappropriate Song
Friends 9x08 - The One With Rachels Other Sister
Friends 9x09 - The One With Rachels Phone Number
Friends 9x10 - The One With Christmas In Tulsa
Friends 9x11 - The One Where Rachel Goes Back To Work
Friends 9x12 - The One With Phoebes Rats
Friends 9x13 - The One Where Monica Sings
Friends 9x14 - The One With The Blind Dates
Friends 9x15 - The One With The Mugging
Friends 9x16 - The One With The Boob Job
Friends 9x17 - The One With The Memorial Service
Friends 9x18 - The One With The Lottery
Friends 9x19 - The One With Rachels Dream
Friends 9x20 - The One With The Soap Opera Party
Friends 9x21 - The One With The Fertility Test
Friends 9x22 - The One With The Donor
Friends 9x23-24 - The One In Barbados 1 2)
Frisson des vampires Le
From Beijing with love
From Dusk Till Dawn
From Dusk Till Dawn 3 The Hangmans Daughter
From Hell
From Justin To Kelly (Special Edition)
Frontera La
Frusta e il corpo La
Fucking Amal
Fudoh The New Generation 1996
Fugitive The - The Chase Continues
Fugitives (2000)
Fukssvansen (Chop Chop)
Full Frontal 2002
Full Metal Jacket
Full Time Killer
Fun Movie (2002 Korean) CD1
Fun Movie (2002 Korean) CD2
Fun in Acapulco (Richard Thorpe 1963)
Funeral Parade of Roses
Funeral in Berlin
Funny Girl
Fuochi dArtifizio
Furia (2002)
Fury The (1978)
Futurama 1x01 - Space Pilot 3000
Futurama 1x02 - The Series Has Landed
Futurama 1x03 - I Roommate
Futurama 1x04 - Loves Labors Lost in Space
Futurama 1x05 - Fear of a Bot Planet
Futurama 1x06 - A Fishful of Dollars
Futurama 1x07 - My Three Suns
Futurama 1x08 - A Big Piece of Garbage
Futurama 1x09 - Hell is Other Robots
Futurama 2x01 - A Flight to Remember
Futurama 2x02 - Mars University
Futurama 2x03 - When Aliens Attack
Futurama 2x04 - Fry and the Slurm Factory
Futurama 3x01 - Amazon Women in the Mood
Futurama 3x02 - Parasites Lost
Futurama 3x03 - A Tale of Two Santas
Futurama 3x04 - The Luck of the Fryrish
Futurama 3x05 - The Birdbot of Ice-catraz
Futurama 3x06 - Bendless Love
Futurama 3x07 - The Day the Earth Stood Stupid
Futurama 3x08 - Thats Lobstertainment
Futurama 3x09 - The Cyber House Rules
Futurama 3x10 - Insane in the Mainframe
Futurama 3x10 - Where The Buggalo Roam
Futurama 3x12 - The Route of All Evil
Futurama 3x13 - Bendin in the Wind
Futurama 3x14 - Time Keeps on Slippin
Futurama 3x15 - I Dated a Robot
Futurama 3x16 - A Leela of Her Own
Futurama 3x17 - A Pharaoh To Remember
Futurama 3x18 - Anthology of Interest Part 2
Futurama 3x19 - Roswell That Ends Well
Futurama 3x20 - Godfellas
Futurama 3x21 - Future Stock
Futurama 3x22 - The 30 Iron Chef
Futurama 4x01 - Kif Gets Knocked Up a Notch
Futurama 4x02 - Leelas Homeworld
Futurama 4x03 - Love and Rocket
Futurama 4x04 - Less Than Hero
Futurama 4x05 - A Taste of Freedom
Futurama 4x06 - Bender Should Not Be Allowed on TV
Futurama 4x07 - Jurassic Bark
Futurama 4x08 - Crimes of the Hot
Futurama 4x09 - Teenage Mutant Leelas Hurdles
Futurama 4x10 - The Why of Fry
Futurama 4x11 - Where no Fan Has Gone Before
Futurama 4x12 - The Sting
Futurama 4x13 - Bend Her
Futurama 4x14 - Obsoletely Fabulous
Futurama 4x15 - The Farnsworth Parabox
Futurama 4x16 - Three Hundred Big Boys
Futurama 4x17 - Spanish Fry
Futurama 4x18 - The Devils Hands are Idle Playthings
Fyra Nyanser Av Brunt CD1
Fyra Nyanser Av Brunt CD2