- 1. At the 11th Berlin Festival in 1961
- 2. A Woman Is A Woman won
- 3. for its originality, audacity
- 4. and for breaking away
from conventional film comedy.
- 5. Best Actress
at the 1961 Berlin Festival -
- 6. Anna Karina
- 7. as a promising new actress
- 8. displaying rare talents.
- 9. Hurry up, sit down!
- 10. Space over there, come on.
- 11. Let's tune up.
- 12. Be once again that young girl
- 13. Who brought me so much happiness
- 14. Hello.
- 15. A white coffee. Very white.
- 16. A white coffee - in a glass.
- 17. - What time is it?
- Half past five.
- 18. It's too hot, I haven't got time.
- 19. Hello. How are you?
- 20. I'M EXPECTING A BABY
- 21. How about that?
- 22. Haven't you got anything more sexy?
- 23. Come along, children.
- 24. - Hi.
- Are you still angry?
- 25. - No, sweetheart.
- So, you still love me?
- 26. Yes,
- 27. sweetheart!
- 28. Look at this pretty postcard, Émile.
- 29. Why are you crying?
- 30. Because I wish I could be both
little yellow animals at the same time.
- 31. You always want the impossible.
- 32. Well, I'm off now.
- 33. Newspapers!
France-Soir, Paris Presse, Le Monde!
- 34. Le Figaro littéraire.
- 35. Hi, Angela.
- 36. - You look really sad.
- Not at all.
- 37. I need to talk to you.
- 38. Why don't you go
and look for me at the Trocadéro?
- 39. - This is serious.
- I haven't got time, I'm late.
- 40. - What are you thinking about?
- 41. I'm thinking that I exist.
- 42. And off she goes.
- 43. - All right?
- Hurry, Angela!
- 44. Good evening.
- 45. Evening, little bunnies. All right?
- 46. Happy non-birthday.
- 47. Did you get me France-Soir
for the horoscopes?
- 48. - See what mine says. I'm Virgo.
- You're on before Danielle, hurry up.
- 49. - How come?
- I don't know. Ask Luciano.
- 50. Hi. A packet of Gitanes.
- 51. - That's 10,005 francs now.
- Come on, I will pay you.
- 52. - Is Dominique back from the hospital?
- Yes, she's got your thingy.
- 53. What's that? It's cute.
- 54. - I picked it up at the Galeries.
- Very cute.
- 55. Have you had a look
in France-Soir yet?
- 56. Virgo... Love life -
- 57. - happiness on the horizon.
- 58. That's fantastic.
- 59. Have you seen my latest trick? Watch.
- 60. That's superb!
- 61. Miss Angela, have you been
to the Champs-Élysées?
- 62. Why not? What do you mean?
- 63. There are more important things
than the Champs-Élysées.
- 64. Hurry up, you're on now.
- 65. - OK, I'm coming.
- Here's your thingy.
- 66. - Can you tell me how it works?
- It's easy.
- 67. - I'll put it in the drawer.
- OK, thanks.
- 68. You will become like the man
who's seen the man,
- 69. who's seen the man,
who's seen the man,
- 70. who's seen the bear.
- 71. "The creations of art
- 72. "are the 40 days
of nature's glorious life."
- 73. Many of us admire the shape
of the Eiffel Tower.
- 74. But I admire the shape ofAngela.
- 75. Hi.
- 76. People always wonder why
- 77. Everybody stares as I go by
- 78. But it's not hard to see
- 79. Why they all go for me
- 80. With my breasts so pretty
- 81. And my eyes so bright
- 82. With my sailor's collar
- 83. And my pants so tight
- 84. Things I don't like you to do
- 85. Is waking me up early, not before two
- 86. But what I adore
- 87. Is if you stroke my back a little more
- 88. "Yes!" that's what I say
- 89. When lads ask me, "Come my way"
- 90. For what annoys the boys
- 91. Is when you make a fuss or noise
- 92. I'm no angel
- 93. I can be a real devil
- 94. But men never complain
- 95. Because I am...
- 96. So...
- 97. Gorgeous!
- 98. - Let me have a go.
- Go on then.
- 99. Fantastic!
- 100. - Take this.
- How does it work?
- 101. I think the temperature method is best.
- 102. That's how Cherie conceived her child.
- 103. Take no notice.
This is scientifically proven.
- 104. Bianchini is after girls for Marseille.
He's paying 40,000 francs.
- 105. - Oh, him.
- Sign up here.
- 106. Can I take my iron with me?
- 107. - Where will we be staying?
- At the hotel.
- 108. - What about our washing?
- No problem.
- 109. - Are you coming, Angela?
- I don't want to.
- 110. No, I can't stand the Côte d'Azur.
- 111. Red stocking, blue stocking.
- 112. Bye.
- 113. - Angela doesn't have time?
- No, Angela doesn't have time.
- 114. - How are you doing?
- Can't complain.
- 115. You owe me 52,000 francs.
- 116. - I do?
- Yes, you do.
- 117. Don't you owe 52,000 francs
to Hotel Bikini?
- 118. Didn't you leave
without paying the bill on 9th July?
- 119. Hold on, I'll check.
- 120. I make a note of everything I do.
- 121. October... September...
- 122. July...
- 123. Hold on... 20th July...
- 124. Here we are, 9th July.
- 125. No, you've made a mistake. Look.
- 126. 10am - phone Paul for a game of cards.
- 127. Midday - lunch...
- 128. Newspapers!
France-Soir, Paris Presse, Le Monde.
- 129. You're right.
- 130. "Leave Bikini Hotel without paying."
- 131. - So, are you going to pay me?
- No, never.
- 132. Little creep!
- 133. - Cretin!
- 134. - Jerk!
- 135. - Wandering Jew!
- 136. Pervert!
- 137. Why didn't you wait?
- 138. Because I've got
more important things to do.
- 139. Isn't it important that I want you?
- 140. Funny, it's not as sunny
as it was an hour ago.
- 141. - That's not funny.
- OK, it's not funny.
- 142. So, why did you say it was funny?
- 143. I don't know, I'm a bit down.
- 144. You're a funny girl.
- 145. Has Agnes had her baby yet?
- 146. I don't know, it's none of my business.
- 147. You're a funny boy.
- 148. You're not bothered
whether I want you or not?
- 149. If you put an adjective
before or after a word,
- 150. does it affect the meaning?
- 151. - How do you mean?
- For instance,
- 152. is a happy event different
from an event that's happy?
- 153. - Is that why you're down?
- 154. Why?
- 155. Because I'd like to be in a musical.
- 156. With Cyd Charisse...
- 157. and Gene Kelly!
- 158. Choreography...
- 159. by Bob Fosse!
- 160. - What is it?
- You didn't say goodbye to me.
- 161. Missed.
- 162. Yesterday, you asked me
why I loved Émile and not you.
- 163. Because he's handsome and clever
and you're not.
- 164. - I'm very clever.
- Oh, really?
- 165. - Bet you can't do everything I can!
- Try me.
- 166. - Thanks for the joint of meat.
- You're welcome, Mme Récamier.
- 167. Ow!
- 168. I've got something to tell you.
- 169. Not now!
- 170. "Madame,
- 171. "the CD Indicator tells you,
- 172. "using scientific calculations,
- 173. "on exactly which days you are fertile.
- 174. "Using scientific calculations.
- 175. "Hold the white part of the indicator
with your left hand.
- 176. "Turn the black cylinder...
- 177. "... with your right hand...
- 178. "... until the triangle points...
- 179. "... to zero.
- 180. "Press to the bottom...
- 181. "... until a row of numbers is displayed.
- 182. "The days on which
you are able to conceive
- 183. "will appear in the window
on the black cylinder."
- 184. 10th November.
What is today's date?
- 185. FRIDAY 10 NOVEMBER
- 186. Hiya.
- 187. Where's that scarf from?
- 188. I bought myself
an early Christmas present.
- 189. Here, I bought you Marie Claire.
- 190. - Is the match over?
- What match?
- 191. Damn it! Real Madrid vs Barcelona.
- 192. I asked you to put the radio on!
- 193. I have to do everything!
- 194. What's wrong now?
- 195. What's wrong now?
- 196. Before acting out our little farce,
let's bow to the audience.
- 197. What's wrong?
- 198. You don't love me.
- 199. Listen to yourself, silly!
- 200. You're the only one I love.
- 201. - Things aren't right.
- You're the one I love!
- 202. I love your eyes, your neck,
your shoulders, your waist.
- 203. Your feet!
- 204. Could you sweep the floor
instead of acting like a prat?
- 205. You're the only one I love...
- 206. You're the only one...
- 207. The ball goes to Di Stéfano.
He dashes up the right wing,
- 208. just like Matthews
back in the glory days.
- 209. Poetry in motion!
- 210. This Julius Caesar of football
is now heading towards Del Sol.
- 211. Del Sol to Puskás,
Puskás to Del Sol,
- 212. Del Sol to Di Stéfano,
Di Stéfano to Del Sol.
- 213. Real is doing great,
it's bringing tears to my eyes.
- 214. Del Sol is facing Ramallets alone.
- 215. Watch it, he's aiming... and goal!
- 216. - Haven't you finished yet?
- Are we eating soon?
- 217. Yes, yes!
- 218. Del Sol to Puskás, Puskás to Del Sol,
Del Sol to Di Stéfano...
- 219. Would you rather have
meat or fish for dinner?
- 220. - Émile?
- 221. If you'd chosen meat,
what sort would you have wanted?
- 222. I don't know... veal.
- 223. If you'd have said beef
rather than veal,
- 224. would you have gone
for steak or roast?
- 225. Steak.
- 226. And if you'd said roast, would you
have preferred it well done or rare?
- 227. Very rare.
- 228. Well, darling, you're out of luck
- 229. because my roast beef
is rather overdone.
- 230. - Are you cross?
- No, we're not arguing over that.
- 231. That's a shame.
Because I'm really overwrought.
- 232. I went to see Gérardin.
He's all right for Sunday.
- 233. Really?
- 234. He wasn't at first,
but he came round in the end.
- 235. Excellent!
- 236. At the Parc des Princes
at the beginning of the meeting.
- 237. Would you rather have boiled eggs?
- 238. - I'd love some, sweetheart.
- On one condition.
- 239. - What?
- I want a baby.
- 240. A baby.
- 241. Yes.
- 242. - All right then.
- You're not joking, you want one too?
- 243. Yes, we'll have a baby
as soon as we're married.
- 244. Let's get married then!
- 245. I'll send off for my birth certificate
from Copenhagen right away.
- 246. - There's no hurry.
- I don't understand.
- 247. If we had a baby,
we'd get married straight away.
- 248. But that isn't the case.
- 249. I want to though.
- 250. Well, we'll see.
- 251. What did the bloke at the Lido say?
- 252. I didn't go.
- 253. Why not?
The Lido is a really good place.
- 254. It's much better than Zodiac.
- 255. Why are you being so horrid?
- 256. What have I done now?
- 257. - Exactly.
- Exactly what?
- 258. Can't you speak
in a more pleasant tone?
- 259. - Like?
- In a softer tone.
- 260. You're giving me earache.
- 261. I do speak softly.
- 262. No, you don't.
- 263. - I don't speak softly?
- " I don't speak softly?"
- 264. You can't even pronounce your Rs.
- 265. I can.
- 266. Dreadful.
- 267. Why is it always women that suffer?
- 268. Women are, or woman is,
the cause of the suffering.
- 269. You can say it either way.
- 270. Shut your face!
- 271. Or I'll slap it
until you've no face left!
- 272. - I'm going to cook your egg.
- Have you got this morning's paper?
- 273. I hate you.
- 274. - Here, you filthy communist.
- Just drop it!
- 275. It's all right.
- 276. - I don't know whether to laugh or cry.
- I think a woman crying looks ugly.
- 277. I'd say just the... opposite.
- 278. Agnes says a woman crying is beautiful.
- 279. Women who don't cry
should be outlawed.
- 280. I think modern women are stupid,
- 281. trying to restrict...
No, that's not right.
- 282. I think women who don't cry are stupid,
- 283. they're modern women trying to be men.
- 284. I've had enough of all of you.
You can look after yourself.
- 285. - "All of you"?
- You can cook your own meals!
- 286. What do you mean, "all of you"?
- 287. Don't think that
you're the only man on the planet.
- 288. - Meaning what exactly?
- I want a baby!
- 289. We've got plenty of time!
I mean, what's all this about?
- 290. - What do you want?
- I want a baby within 24 hours.
- 291. You're unbelievable! Take Anquetil
during the Tour de France for instance.
- 292. His wife went to see him
and his performance suffered.
- 293. - I have to be on form for Sunday.
- Fine! I'm going out then.
- 294. "Fine, I'm going out then!"
- 295. You think I'm mad,
but I'm quite sane.
- 296. "You think I'm mad,
but I'm quite sane."
- 297. - I'm flying to Copenhagen.
- "I'm flying to Copenhagen."
- 298. - Fine, you do as you like.
- "Fine, I do as you like."
- 299. I want a baby.
- 300. - "I..." But why all of a sudden?
- Just because.
- 301. I asked you
because I thought you loved me,
- 302. but you don't, so that's that.
- 303. I'll just ask anyone,
the first man I bump into.
- 304. - I bet you don't.
- I bet I do!
- 305. Go on then.
It'll do you good.
- 306. Madame, police.
- 307. A terrorist bomb has gone off.
Could we have a look around?
- 308. Émile!
- 309. Monsieur.
- 310. I see you read I 'Humanité.
- 311. OK, carry on.
- 312. Goodbye.
- 313. I knew you wouldn't ask just anyone.
- 314. - Can I have my eggs?
- Can I have a baby?
- 315. Just anyone.
- 316. - I'm going to call Alfred.
- 317. Alfred?
- 318. - Shall I do it?
- You disgust me.
- 319. - You're a coward.
- 320. I'll go.
- 321. ÉMILE BELIEVES ANGELA'S
- 322. Perfect!
- 323. Is Alfred there?
- 324. Come up!
- 325. Come up!
- 326. Why?
- 327. Come up!
- 328. - So what did you tell him?
- That I wanted a child.
- 329. - Poor sod.
- I told him to come up.
- 330. - Did you buy any light bulbs?
- I forgot. There are limits.
- 331. - And what exactly does that mean?
- it means what it means.
- 332. You always side-step the question.
- 333. I'm doing exactly as you do.
- 334. It's a woman's prerogative
to side-step the question.
- 335. Not a man's.
- 336. - And why is that?
- Just because.
- 337. - Say something nice to me?
- Would you leave me alone?
- 338. - Please.
- Please indeed!
- 339. Hello, Angela.
- 340. - What is it?
- Émile has something to tell you.
- 341. - Not me, it's Angela.
- No, it's Émile.
- 342. - No, it's Émile.
- Absolutely not.
- 343. - "Absolutely not."
- What is it then?
- 344. It's Émile.
- 345. Breathless is on telly
and I don't want to miss it.
- 346. - So, Angela?
- So, Émile?
- 347. So, Angela, Émile?
- 348. Here goes - would you give
this young lady a baby?
- 349. - Is this a tragedy or a comedy?
- You never know with women.
- 350. Will you come into the bathroom?
- 351. - If it bothers you, say so.
- No, I'm delighted.
- 352. - Why are you doing this?
- I don't know.
- 353. - Do you want me to stay?
- 354. - Do you want me to go?
- 355. You say yes to anything.
Are you stupid?
- 356. Yes.
- 357. Jesus once said to Matthew,
"Get off the tram and pump up my tyres."
- 358. She's taking us for a ride!
- 359. Anyway, I'm off to eat at Marcel's.
- 360. Me too. Bye, Angela.
- 361. Wait for me!
- 362. No, you're a pain.
- 363. Get lost, you bastards!
- 364. And me? What am I?
- 365. Haven't you gone yet?
- 366. Are you coming with him, or with me?
- 367. Men are as strange as women.
- 368. I'll go with whoever performs
the most amazing feat.
- 369. - So?
- Distasteful performances.
- 370. You're both horrid.
You shouldn't mess with love.
- 371. - Stuff all women!
- We're out of here.
- 372. I love you...
- 373. I love you!
- 374. What did you say, Angela?
- 375. I don't love you!
- 376. - That's fine!
- Fine to dine!
- 377. Angela!
- 378. Émile!
- 379. "So long, Camille.
Go back to your convent.
- 380. "All men are lying, false,
swaggering, vain hypocrites.
- 381. "We are often deceived in love,
often hurt, often unhappy.
- 382. "But we love.
And with one foot in the grave,
- 383. "you turn to look back on your life,
- 384. "and say to yourself,
' I may have suffered,
- 385. " I may have been deceived,
but I have loved.
- 386. "It is I who have lived,
and not a fake me
- 387. "created by my pride and my fears."'
- 388. She exits.
- 389. I'll be back.
- 390. Why do men always say,
"I'll be back"?
- 391. - Because they're cowards.
- And women are wicked.
- 392. - In that case, I'm going to sulk.
- All right, fine. Sulk.
- 393. - I hope you notice that I'm sulking.
- No, I'm not taking any notice.
- 394. What's the point of sulking then?
- 395. I'm not sulking,
so that you'll want to stop sulking.
- 396. - Men always want the last word.
- Women always play the victim.
- 397. - OK, I won't sulk any more.
- My turn to sulk then!
- 398. - What shall we do?
- I'll go to Zodiac with you.
- 399. If we're going to sleep together,
I'd like to see you naked.
- 400. - Right?
- 401. Why? We could meet afterwards
- 402. - They're showing Vera Cruz.
- My pal Burt Lancaster is in it.
- 403. - We'll come to Zodiac with you.
- 404. Yes. All the women naked!
- 405. - No.
- 406. Cheri-Bibi will reveal
- 407. all the sensual delights of the Amazon.
- 408. - That's disgusting!
- It's your friends' fault...
- 409. - When are you on?
- In 15 minutes.
- 410. Look at Angela.
- 411. - Do you come here often?
- No, not often.
- 412. - Do you like the show?
- 413. - She's really hot.
- That's real community spirit.
- 414. You disgust me!
- 415. In comedies and tragedies alike,
at the end of Act Three,
- 416. the heroine hesitates,
her fate uncertain.
- 417. Corneille and Molière
called it suspens... ion.
- 418. Do you prefer pyjamas
or a nightshirt, my darling?
- 419. Pyjamas.
- 420. No, I'll wear a nightshirt.
- 421. It's more practical.
- 422. - It's more practical!
- What have you been up to?
- 423. What have I done now?
- 424. - The soap is all squidgy.
- It's not at all squidgy.
- 425. It is squidgy. If I say that...
- 426. Anyway, it's like...
- 427. And next time...
- 428. - Do you agree?
- Absolutely, my darling.
- 429. But I think that...
you're a total fool...
- 430. You idiot!
I'm not talking to you any more.
- 431. I'm not talking to you either.
- 432. So, we're not talking?
- 433. No, we're not talking.
- 434. - I've got a cold bottom.
- Go to sleep.
- 435. I said, I've got a cold bottom.
- 436. I thought we weren't talking.
- 437. CON MAN
- 438. What is it?
- 439. I can't hear a thing.
- 440. - What is it?
- Telephone, Madame Récamier.
- 441. I'm coming.
- 442. My heart's trembling,
my hands are beating
- 443. No-one could possibly be
quite as unhappy as me
- 444. - Thank you.
- You're welcome.
- 445. Hello?
- 446. Who's calling?
- 447. I'm calling.
- 448. - What do you mean "no kidding"?
- Nothing, I just said no kidding.
- 449. I won't forgive you.
- 450. Yes, I forgive you.
- 451. What?
- 452. - Why did you...?
- I didn't...
- 453. - You did...
- What did I do?
- 454. when I begged you for a baby.
- 455. I went...
- 456. Émile, I've just realised something.
You get on my nerves!
- 457. - Something wrong?
- She can go to hell!
- 458. Èmile... Alfred...
- 459. I have an ugly face, but a pretty...
- 460. - Mme Récamiert?
- What is it again?
- 461. - Telephone.
- OK, I'm coming.
- 462. Hello? Hi, Alfred.
- 463. Hello.
- 464. Yes, I am listening properly.
- 465. Right, well.
- 466. Something important has come up.
- 467. Tonight.
- 468. What do you mean "no kidding"?
- 469. Nothing, I just said "no kidding".
- 470. No, not straight away.
- 471. Because. Not straight away.
- 472. In half an hour then, at Marcel's.
- 473. OK. In half an hour at Marcel's.
- 474. What?
- 475. I said, "OK".
Don't you understand French?
- 476. Le jour de gloire est arrivé
- 477. How are you?
- 478. - How's it going with Jules and Jim?
- So, so.
- 479. Suzanne, everything all right?
- 480. - Actually, no. I wanted to see you.
- What's this book?
- 481. Oh, yes, Shoot The Pianist.
- 482. I've seen the film.
Aznavour is great!
- 483. I was sacked from Simca
for giving out leaflets.
- 484. Is that why you called yesterday?
- 485. Yes, do you think Zodiac
would take me on for a few days?
- 486. - Can't the Party help you?
- They've kicked me out too.
- 487. - No kidding?
- 488. They said I was up too late on Sundays
to sell I 'Humanité,
- 489. How much do you earn
for your strip-tize?
- 490. - Striptease.
- 491. It's not English,
it's American, I'm sure.
- 492. Would you feel awkward
undressing in front of men?
- 493. - No, they're all creeps.
- 494. - How much do you earn?
- 3,000 a day.
- 495. Great! Think they'll take me on?
- 496. You'll have to ask.
Talk to Luciano or Bianchini.
- 497. He came by yesterday,
he wants girls for Marseilles.
- 498. My friend Lola went to Marseilles
and ended up in Buenos Aires!
- 499. See Luciano then.
- 500. I forgot to tell you -
Émile asked me to keep an eye on you.
- 501. - What for?
- In case you run off with Alfred.
- 502. - You and Alfred are over?
- I miss him.
- 503. - I liked his shoulders.
- I like Émile's knees.
- 504. - What are knees good for?
- Squeezing tight!
- 505. Mr Luciano!
- 506. He watches girls
getting out of the swimming pool.
- 507. - Good luck.
- 508. - I'm late.
- Hi, Angela.
- 509. - Have you been here long?
- No, only 27 years.
- 510. - What would you like?
- A Dubonnet.
- 511. What shall we talk about?
- 512. I don't know. I'm scared.
- 513. I'm scared too.
- 514. I'm scared.
- 515. Were you surprised
that I rang you this morning?
- 516. I'm not sure.
- 517. Were you pleased?
- 518. I'm not sure.
- 519. - So, what shall we talk about?
- I don't know.
- 520. I'm trying to think of something.
- 521. There was a funny story
in this morning's Paris Jour.
- 522. What?
- 523. A girl was in love with two men.
- 524. She sent them express letters
arranging to meet them.
- 525. One at Gare du Nord and the other
two hours later at Porte d'ltalie.
- 526. She went to the letterbox and
just after she'd posted the letters...
- 527. she realised she'd put them
in the wrong envelopes.
- 528. So the letter addressed to
"My darling Paul,"
- 529. was in the envelope sent to Pierre
and vice versa.
- 530. She was frantic.
She rushed over to see the first bloke -
- 531. the letter hadn't arrived.
The girl said to the bloke,
- 532. "You're going to receive a letter,
take no notice of it."
- 533. He demands an explanation
and she has to tell him the whole story.
- 534. So, he throws her out
- 535. when he hears that
she's seeing someone else too.
- 536. So, the girl thinks,
- 537. "I've lost one,
but I can keep the other."
- 538. She dashes across Paris
to see the other bloke.
- 539. The letter had already arrived.
- 540. This bloke didn't seem at all angry.
- 541. The girl said,
"You're lovely, you've forgiven me."
- 542. He was surprised, but says nothing.
She tells him the story.
- 543. She thinks he wants to humiliate her
before he really forgives her.
- 544. Suddenly, the second bloke
throws her out
- 545. as he shows her the letter.
- 546. The girl discovered that she hadn't put
them in the wrong envelopes after all.
- 547. And?
- 548. Nothing.
The girl reminded me of you.
- 549. Me? No way!
- 550. I don't mean the actual story,
- 551. but... I don't know... her character.
A girl who's always getting it wrong.
- 552. - No kidding.
- 553. - Why are you looking at me like that?
- Because I love you.
- 554. Yeah, right!
- 555. I do. I couldn't sleep last night.
- 556. I realised that.
- 557. - All by yourself?
- Of course.
- 558. That's not true, is it?
- 559. - Does it bother you?
- What, that it's not true?
- 560. Yes.
- 561. I don't know.
- 562. Yes, it's true.
- 563. I don't know
what's true and what isn't.
- 564. I always get things wrong.
- 565. It's impossible to know.
- 566. Try telling me a lie.
- 567. - It's raining.
- Now the truth.
- 568. It's sunny.
What's the matter?
- 569. - Your expression didn't change.
- So what?
- 570. It should change, because
the truth and a lie aren't the same.
- 571. So what?
You just have to know.
- 572. Well, you know.
- 573. But other people don't have
to believe you.
- 574. And that's a shame.
- 575. That way it's every man for himself.
- 576. Well, people cope.
- 577. Yes, that's what's so sad.
- 578. Why don't you believe that I love you?
- 579. - Because I'd rather know for sure.
- Me too.
- 580. - You're not sure?
- I'm sure of myself, but not of you.
- 581. - That's all right then.
- No, it's not all right.
- 582. It is, because it doesn't matter
whether I love you or not.
- 583. - Take pity on two blind men!
- Not me.
- 584. Oh, sorry.
- 585. - With these dark glasses on...
- ... you can't see a thing.
- 586. - Bye!
- 587. Who was that?
I've not seen them before.
- 588. We were police informers together
a couple of years ago.
- 589. The one in the blue coat is Albert -
he's a good bloke.
- 590. Last year, he came up
with a great idea.
- 591. He wrote to the pregnant women
in the area saying,
- 592. "For 1,000 francs,
I'll tell you if it's a boy or a girl.
- 593. "If I'm wrong, I'll give you a refund."
- 594. Obviously, he was right
at least half the time.
- 595. It was a stroke of genius.
- 596. - I think it's disgusting.
- There was nothing dishonest about it.
- 597. He was wrong half the time,
so he gave refunds.
- 598. It still isn't right.
- 599. I think it's disgusting
- 600. to be with one bloke
and to be thinking about another.
- 601. I think you should keep quiet if you
don't know what you're talking about.
- 602. I know what I'm talking about.
You're thinking about Émile.
- 603. No, I'm not.
- 604. What do I have to do
to prove that I love you?
- 605. Have you got a 20 franc coin?
- 606. - Do you want me to put a record on?
- 607. What shall I put on? Itsy Bitsy?
- 608. - No. Charles.
- 609. Look at this photo.
- 610. What is this photo?
- 611. A photo.
- 612. You look so funny
- 613. You stand there and frown
- 614. And I want to laugh like a clown
- 615. The drink's gone to my head
- 616. All this booze I have had
- 617. Is to give me the guts
- 618. To tell you I'm sick of you
- 619. And your endless babble
- 620. And of your body I now tire
- 621. Foryou I no longer desire
- 622. I've had it, I tell you
- 623. You are wearing and overbearing
- 624. Your temper is vile
and you never smile
- 625. You've gone too far by a mile
- 626. You knowyou've gone too far
- 627. At times, heck
- 628. I want to wring your neck!
- 629. How you've changed in five years
- 630. And let yourselfgo
- 631. You look great
- 632. With your wrinkled stockings
- 633. And your sloppy old dressing gown
- 634. And your hair curlers
- 635. How enticing!
- 636. I ask myself every day
- 637. What did I ever see in you?
- 638. How did I ever date you?
- 639. You ruined my whole life
- 640. Nowyou lookjust like your mother
- 641. So I'd rather be with another
- 642. You embarrass me in front of friends
- 643. And so this is why it ends
- 644. You are so poisonous and bitter
- 645. The mountains you could shatter
- 646. I struck gold
the day I met you
- 647. If you'd shut up, could we be true?
- 648. You've let yourselfgo
- 649. You are cold and nasty
- 650. You have no heart or soul, what a life
- 651. And yet I often think...
- 652. She is, after all, my wife
- 653. If you would only try
- 654. We could still get by
- 655. Lose weight, do some exercise
- 656. In the mirror, what do you see?
- 657. Not a face filled with glee
- 658. Do a body and heart makeover
- 659. Stop thinking that I hate you
- 660. Don't flee from me, be true
- 661. Please, try to be nice
- 662. Be once again that young girl
- 663. Who brought me so much happiness
- 664. And sometimes, like the old days
- 665. I wish that we could be
- 666. You let yourselfgo,
- 667. - Who's the girl?
- Can't you tell?
- 668. Yes, I can tell.
- 669. I asked you a question
and you haven't replied.
- 670. What question?
- 671. What do I have to do
to prove I love you?
- 672. What could you do?
- 673. If I bang my head against
a brick wall, would you believe me?
- 674. I don't know whether to say
of course, or maybe.
- 675. I'll do it.
- 676. OK, I believe you.
- 677. It's half past one.
I've got to dash.
- 678. Damn! 300 francs -
I don't have enough.
- 679. - I've no money on me.
- I've got an idea.
- 680. I'm going to ask you a question.
Answer yes or no, OK?
- 681. - Shall we go?
- I'm coming.
- 682. If you say yes,
I owe you 10,000 francs.
- 683. And if you say no,
you owe me 10,000 francs, OK?
- 684. Here's the question.
Could you lend me 10,000 francs?
- 685. - No.
- So, that's what you owe me.
- 686. I'll pay you back next week.
- 687. - Why don't you ever wait for me?
- I have to make lunch.
- 688. Émile's lunch.
- 689. - Well? Émile's lunch?
- I'm thinking.
- 690. Oh, come on, Angela!
- 691. If the blinds are down
within five minutes,
- 692. that means I'm coming back.
- 693. - What if they're up?
- I'm not coming back.
- 694. It'll mean that I've made up with Émile.
- 695. And that I'm happy.
- 696. I just want to be alone.
- 697. - What about this photo?
- It's old news.
- 698. You could ask for a kiss
to be forgiven.
- 699. Kiss me!
- 700. - I want a baby.
- Don't start that again.
- 701. - I'm not, I'm carrying on.
- Well, don't carry on!
- 702. - I'm not, I'm starting again.
- You're insane!
- 703. - I want a baby.
- You're being unreasonable.
- 704. You're being mean.
- 705. I don't like that tartan skirt on you.
- 706. Good.
I'm not trying to please anybody.
- 707. - I want a baby.
- Stop this madness.
- 708. - I'm going to Zodiac.
- Go and strip off then. You disgust me.
- 709. Well, we can't live
off your lousy income.
- 710. - You're such a coward.
- I'd rather be a coward than a fool.
- 711. Why am I a fool for wanting a baby?
- 712. - Shut up, or I'll leave.
- Where would you go?
- 713. I don't know. Mexico.
- 714. - You're mad.
- No, you're mad.
- 715. I want a baby.
- 716. Excuse me, sorry to bother you.
- 717. Could you sleep with this young lady
so she can have a baby?
- 718. It's not a good time.
I'm a bit busy today.
- 719. - Hiya.
- 720. Is Angela here?
- 721. She's on after Dominique.
- 722. - What would you like?
- Is Angela on next?
- 723. - No, she's left.
- 724. - Stupid old fool!
- You're the fool!
- 725. HE IS
- 726. THAT HE DOESN'T GIVE A DAMN
- 727. It is quite unwittingly...
that people commit injustices.
- 728. And are unfair and cruel.
- 729. Unwittingly...
At least, that's how it seems.
- 730. And they are unfair and cruel.
- 731. Newspapers!
France-Soir, Paris Presse, Le Monde.
- 732. Le Figaro littéraire.
- 733. - I'd like to make a phone call
- 734. Goodbye, sweetheart.
- 735. Hello, sir.
- 736. This is Émile Récamier.
Is Alfred Lubitsch there?
- 737. Tell him I'm leaving for Mexico.
- 738. Why Mexico?
- 739. It's not fair.
- 740. It's always when you're with someone
that you're not with them.
- 741. And vice versa.
- 742. What do you mean?
- 743. I'm going to Mexico.
- 744. Newspapers!
France-Soir, Paris Presse, Le Monde.
- 745. Marie Claire.
- 746. Newspapers! Le Figaro littéraire.
- 747. I'm no angel
- 748. I can be a real devil
- 749. But men never complain
- 750. Because I am...
- 751. So...
- 752. Gorgeous
- 753. I don't know what to say.
- 754. Just tell the truth.
- 755. I was at Alfred's place.
- 756. - I slept with him.
- I don't believe you.
- 757. I don't believe you,
I don't believe you.
- 758. - I did.
- Oh, my God. Why?
- 759. Because I want a baby and you don't.
- 760. - You're winding me up.
- Might be.
- 761. Is this a tragedy or a comedy?
- 762. - Either way, it's a masterpiece.
- He put on one of Aznavour's records.
- 763. You know, the one that makes me melt.
- 764. It starts like this...
- 765. No, it's...
- 766. No, no, it's...
- 767. But no, it's...
- 768. Please, Émile.
- 769. - Shall I turn the light out?
- 770. - It's sad.
- Yes, it's sad.
- 771. Forgive me, darling.
- 772. I'm not talking to you.
- 773. Can't you read? "If you don't love me,
I'll still love you."
- 774. - What if you're pregnant?
- I know, it'd be awful.
- 775. I've just had an idea.
- 776. Me too.
- 777. It's very simple.
- 778. - We won't know for...
- Days if you are...
- 779. - Pregnant.
- Just to be sure...
- 780. You're suggesting we try for a baby...
- 781. - So that I'm sure...
- Either way...
- 782. of being the father.
- 783. Let's go for it!
- 784. Ouf!
- 785. Close call.
- 786. - Why are you laughing?
- Because you are a... bad omen.
- 787. Me? Am I not a woman?
- 788. I am a woman.