- 1. God's Angel took me up,
and he of hell
- 2. Shouted, "O thou of heaven,
why dost thou rob me?
- 3. "Thou bearest away
the eternal part of him,
- 4. "For one poor little tear,
that takes him from me..."
- 5. Well, this is really the end!
- 6. Now I can see you.
In daylight for the first time.
- 7. Are your women on strike?
- 8. You're still alive?
They say work will kill you.
- 9. It's an honourable death!
- 10. Hey, martyr!
Listen to me, quit working.
- 11. Come and join us
- 12. What makes you do it?
- 13. Sleep at night
instead of playing cards.
- 14. It's like a morgue here.
- 15. Here's a man who knows Scucchia.
- 16. You tell them what happened
to poor Barberone.
- 17. Weren't you here when
he decided to make that bet
- 18. with The German and Peppe the Nut?
- 19. He said that he'd eat
a kilo of potatoes,
- 20. a bag of persimmons,
and then swim without any problem.
- 21. Yeah, so?
- 22. And that Peppe the Nut
wanted him to cross the river
- 23. to the other side and back,
not just dip in and out.
- 24. - Yes.
- He didn't die of indigestion.
- 25. He was exhausted.
He'd never crossed the river.
- 26. You dope!
- 27. You can't eat a meal
and then go swimming. You'd die.
- 28. The reaction from heat to cold
stops your digestion,
- 29. the blood circulation,
and that's it!
- 30. I lost my money,
but I still have my ring to bet.
- 31. Bet, if you have the nerve.
You're all talk.
- 32. You're stubborn.
Yeah! I want to kill you, too.
- 33. What are you alive for anyway?
- 34. The cemetery has room
- 35. Your brother's courage
would have won the war.
- 36. Besides the ring, if I make it,
- 37. - I'll spit in your face!
- Save your breath, you'll need it.
- 38. Come on. Maybe your brother'll
make you his substitute.
- 39. - I'm going to work.
- He said a bad word!
- 40. And my 1,000 lire?
Before killing yourself, pay me back!
- 41. Buy a wreath if I die.
- 42. What's 1,000 lire?
- 43. So give me another 1,000,
take up a collection right now.
- 44. Accattone, who are you leaving
your Maddalena to?
- 45. The vice squad!
- 46. Joking aside, Accattone,
- 47. you know, I'm an educated person.
You can trust me.
- 48. Can I help you with your funeral?
- 49. With my friends laughing,
- 50. and if anybody cries,
he pays for the dinner.
- 51. And what do we write
on your stone?
- 52. "Try it yourself."
- 53. You're diving
with all your gold on?
- 54. Not taking off
your chain and bracelet?
- 55. I want to die with all my gold on me,
like the Pharaohs.
- 56. Give it to us!
- 57. Come and dive for it.
- 58. I've got a stiff neck.
Go on and dive!
- 59. Okay, let's satisfy the masses.
- 60. Hey, lunatic,
you could've warned me!
- 61. The digestive tract,
- 62. the circulatory reaction...
- 63. Not even the river
can carry away Accattone.
- 64. The wise guys,
the Hun and Peppe the Nut.
- 65. He did it!
- 66. I'm alive.
- 67. You wanted to sing
the funeral march.
- 68. I've still got to make
lots of people cry.
- 69. Saint Barberone protected you.
- 70. Barberone was like this,
with his eyes wide open,
- 71. his belly swollen like a drum.
- 72. God, he was ugly!
- 73. Who carried off Barberone,
Christ or the Devil?
- 74. They're fighting over him.
- 75. Let's have a swim.
- 76. Let's go, German.
- 77. Accattone,
I was supposed to tell you,
- 78. Maddalena was hit
by a motorcycle.
- 79. She's hurt. She's home now,
bandaged like a mummy.
- 80. I knew it. Good thing I remembered.
- 81. - When?
- Two hours ago.
- 82. - And I came to look for you.
- Come on.
- 83. Well? What happened?
- 84. See for yourself. The bastards!
- 85. I'd like to know where your head is
when you're walking!
- 86. Stay home, then.
- 87. What's the use of you going out?
- 88. If they hit you,
then I'd be rid of you.
- 89. I was going to pay
for the shirt I bought you.
- 90. 1,000 lire I pay every morning.
- 91. And you had yourself
all bandaged up.
- 92. Afraid you'll lose your leg?
- 93. Did I tell the doctor?
It must've been necessary.
- 94. Nannina! Nannina!
- 95. Don't let anybody in,
- 96. - Salvatore, how's things?
- I get by.
- 97. Milk for the kid.
- 98. - You have any?
- Thanks, but don't worry about us.
- 99. I'm mad as all hell.
- 100. Has your husband written?
- 101. I know what jail is.
- 102. With so many things on your mind,
you never feel like writing.
- 103. Don't worry.
- 104. The Madonna sees all
and provides for all.
- 105. - Is Accattone at home?
- Should I call him for you?
- 106. Yeah, I'd like to meet him,
this cardboard man.
- 107. A friend of my husband
wants to talk to you.
- 108. - Who is it?
- Salvatore, his pal.
- 109. My God, what does he want?
- 110. Ask him to wait a minute.
He'll be right there.
- 111. Be careful now,
he's big buddies with Ciccio.
- 112. Ciccio must have sent him.
- 113. What do I care?
- 114. He's young,
but he's the biggest pimp in Naples.
- 115. He'll kill for nothing.
All the time he's done...
- 116. You are Master Accattone, right?
- 117. Pleased to meet you,
Salvatore from Torre Annunziata.
- 118. - Nice to meet you.
- Sorry to bother you.
- 119. I was in the neighbourhood
on personal business,
- 120. so I took the opportunity
to make your acquaintance.
- 121. So you're Ciccio's young friend?
- 122. We're closer than a father and son.
- 123. - Poor Ciccio. He's had bad luck.
- To each his own.
- 124. I wanted to thank you.
- 125. You took this girl in
and helped her and her kids,
- 126. who were starving to death.
- 127. What does it cost me?
A bowl of soup here and there?
- 128. - Let's drink on it?
- Why not?
- 129. Maddalena, be a good girl.
- 130. Let me introduce my friends.
- 131. All bums, that's us.
- 132. Used-up men.
- 133. We're rejects. Only worth something
with 1,000 in our pocket.
- 134. If not, we're worth nothing.
They don't even want us in jail.
- 135. We're through because
we can't manage on our own.
- 136. Better be a thief
than do our lousy job.
- 137. If I could relive my life,
I'd make a different fate.
- 138. You're a good kid.
- 139. Don't take it so hard.
It's in God's hands.
- 140. I should have met you before.
- 141. See what's happened to Ciccio,
- 142. that could happen to me,
you know that.
- 143. Maddalena met me.
- 144. "You're a better man than Ciccio,
- 145. "your heart is more noble
- 146. That's what she kept telling me
to convince me, the bitch.
- 147. And besides, Ciccio had five kids
and he hit me all the time!
- 148. So she turned him in.
- 149. Poor Ciccio, there he is!
- 150. What are all the tears for?
You don't break any hearts.
- 151. When you're begging,
you brought tears to the eyes
- 152. even of the cops.
- 153. Now you're not touching,
you're a mess.
- 154. Look, Balilla!
You're through, too!
- 155. Come here and drink,
drown your sorrows.
- 156. When did he ever suffer?
- 157. I'll say he suffered,
16 years in the orphanage.
- 158. - Are these your friends?
- Nice to meet you.
- 159. - The Honoured Society!
- Poor guys!
- 160. Drink.
- 161. Damn all women!
- 162. They take you up to heaven
and then they drop you.
- 163. Up there amid the angels
- 164. They sang for you alone, Maria
- 165. Ah, give me back that angel
- 166. The fair sex!
When I go home she'll hear me.
- 167. She turned in my friend's pal,
a fine man, to be with me.
- 168. To ruin me, too, the prostitute!
- 169. Curse her! May she never have
a moment's peace.
- 170. Don't worry, Ciccio's in good hands
with the custodians of order.
- 171. You should see the pretty girls we've
brought from Naples to Torre Annunziata.
- 172. One more stacked than the other.
If you don't believe me, ask my friends.
- 173. Classy stuff, chic goods.
- 174. Little girls, 18 years old. Special!
- 175. Accattone, you should've been
with us last night.
- 176. There was me,
Tintura and Il Droga.
- 177. - We picked up a hooker.
- Good boys.
- 178. First we acted sweet.
- 179. We took her to the field
then we beat her.
- 180. What a beating!
You should've seen it.
- 181. How she cried,
how she begged us!
- 182. She's still yelling,
"Oh, God. Oh, God!"
- 183. We're amazing.
We're the terror of Rome!
- 184. What happened?
- 185. What do you care what happened?
Are you my mother?
- 186. Oh, the wine goes to your head
and you take it out on me?
- 187. Not working tonight?
- 188. Do you think you can stay here?
You don't draw unemployment.
- 189. Look, handsome,
can't you see the state I'm in?
- 190. You think this is a joke?
I got a broken leg!
- 191. Broken?
You make me laugh, broken!
- 192. You work tonight,
the same as every night, the same!
- 193. You can't play the lady,
that's your life!
- 194. You think you bought me with
the dirty money you give me every day?
- 195. You ruined me!
- 196. I'd have been a good worker now,
or a thief!
- 197. I wouldn't be here!
You better work tonight.
- 198. Or I'll break your other leg, too.
Then it'll be over with.
- 199. I won't go to prison
Because I did nothing
- 200. May all the police in the city
Have a stroke
- 201. Go sing elsewhere! First you get drunk,
then you come to vomit here?
- 202. You're not romantic,
they're serenading you. Crummy whore!
- 203. Come and cook yourself
a couple of eggs,
- 204. you're nothing but bones.
- 205. You should end up like Nero,
you and these bastards!
- 206. Let's stay up here.
Down there it stinks.
- 207. Pick on your own kind.
Shame on you!
- 208. Ugly killer, I should stab you,
- 209. Don't get mad.
- 210. You're crazy.
- 211. Look at that leg!
- 212. Who made you come here
in that condition?
- 213. If you die, nobody's going to cry.
At least if you did it for yourself...
- 214. You mean that my man
doesn't take care of me?
- 215. At least he's good
and he loves me.
- 216. Sure, he loves you.
- 217. Tongue, behave!
Or I'll bite you off!
- 218. Be like me,
I don't love anybody any more.
- 219. and they call me Amore.
- 220. Look what those punks are doing!
- 221. Leave the poor guy alone!
- 222. I wish all the worst for you. Jailbirds!
- 223. - Let's see you in the light, come.
- A car, or it's off.
- 224. Don't worry.
- 225. It's parked over there,
nice and close.
- 226. Bye, Amore.
- 227. You like Neapolitans?
- 228. Don't take us for Italians,
we Neapolitans are special.
- 229. There's our car.
- 230. Get in, get in.
- 231. We've met before.
- 232. - We're old friends.
- Who are you?
- 233. What? Have you forgotten me
- 234. We were good friends.
- 235. The friend of Ciccio who's in jail,
- 236. Let me get a better look.
- 237. Yeah, you came
to my house today.
- 238. It took you a while,
but you got there.
- 239. What did you want
- 240. He's a real good kid,
a pearl of a man.
- 241. Where are we going?
- 242. Now that you're here
with these friends of mine
- 243. who want to have a good time,
we'll go where we like.
- 244. Ah, what a beautiful spot!
- 245. Gennarino,
what are you waiting for?
- 246. Have you gone to sleep?
- 247. I don't like this place, I'm afraid.
- 248. Afraid? What are you afraid of?
- 249. I've never been here before.
The ditches, and the sheepdogs.
- 250. Let's go somewhere else.
- 251. What do you think I am, an animal?
Take your hands off me! I'll get out.
- 252. You get mad fast!
Instead you ought to be glad.
- 253. I was kidding.
I'm a physical kind of guy.
- 254. Why don't you be nice?
Let's go somewhere else.
- 255. With my leg bandaged, I can hardly
walk. Let's go somewhere else.
- 256. Don't worry.
- 257. Gennarino, go ahead.
- 258. Give me your hand, I'll help you.
- 259. We're all here.
- 260. Don't worry.
- 261. Your Anna has died
- 262. And they buried her
- 263. She always cried
Because she slept alone
- 264. Now she sleeps
- 265. Accompanied by the dead
- 266. What's she got in this bag?
- 267. She doesn't have two pennies
to rub together.
- 268. Damn.
- 269. Here they are.
- 270. Well?
- 271. Turn them off!
You want to blind me?
- 272. He'd crush you like a snake.
- 273. Have you gone crazy?
Leave me alone.
- 274. Pay no attention.
He's a hick, this guy. No style.
- 275. Get up. What are you doing?
Can't you stay on your feet?
- 276. Help! Oh, God! Oh, God!
- 277. Oh, God! No. No!
- 278. Help!
- 279. Don't leave me here alone!
- 280. I won't say anything!
- 281. Italy awakes!
- 282. What have you done?
You look kind of down.
- 283. Not at all!
I'm a free citizen.
- 284. My woman didn't come home last night.
They must have beaten her.
- 285. - I want to die!
- Hang yourself!
- 286. Laugh, you've gambled away
- 287. What are you going to do now?
Going to collect rags?
- 288. You'll be selling holy cards.
- 289. Get busy, kid,
or you'll starve to death.
- 290. Damn.
- 291. Easy, fellow Italians, behave.
- 292. Cops are on the way.
- 293. I'm going to church
to clean up the sacristy.
- 294. Listen, you...
- 295. Me? You've got the wrong guy.
- 296. Yes, you. Just a minute.
- 297. - Something wrong?
- 298. Who has their papers?
I can remember my name.
- 299. - What do I need my documents for?
- 300. Why?
- 301. Come along for a verification.
- 302. Out of 3 million inhabitants in Rome,
you have to pick me for a verification?
- 303. If you want a coffee...
- 304. - Come on, let's go. Don't be an idiot.
- Let go. Take your hands off me.
- 305. Don't make a fuss
and it'll be quick.
- 306. I'm not coming.
I'm fine where I am.
- 307. Go on, you tell him, too,
since you're his friends.
- 308. Isn't it better for him
if he comes quietly?
- 309. Okay, I'm coming! Enough!
I didn't do anything. Let's go.
- 310. You realise you've kept me here
for three hours?
- 311. What do you want?
- 312. I don't bother anybody.
You shouldn't bother me.
- 313. You have to let me go.
I'm fed up being here!
- 314. It's no use yelling.
Be a good boy.
- 315. Who has to question me?
- 316. Why doesn't he question me
and let me go?
- 317. I'm fed up being here!
- 318. Enough's enough, I don't know
anything. What do you want?
- 319. What do you want with me?
- 320. I'm sick, and you'll pay
or send me home.
- 321. You're making me mad,
- 322. Take it easy and sit down.
You're not at your house.
- 323. The sergeant will call you
when it's convenient.
- 324. When it's convenient?
- 325. I'm not waiting
for anybody's convenience!
- 326. I want to go! I've had enough!
- 327. Shut up, and sit down!
- 328. What are you doing?
- 329. Let me go!
- 330. Keep still!
- 331. Hold him, tight.
- 332. - I didn't do anything!
- We need a straitjacket.
- 333. - Let me go. I didn't do anything!
- 334. Oh, God.
- 335. Do you recognise anybody?
Don't be afraid.
- 336. No.
- 337. Get out. Go.
- 338. These?
- 339. No.
- 340. I recognise him, it's him!
- 341. What's this all about?
- 342. Are you sure of what you're saying?
- 343. It's them.
I saw their faces clearly.
- 344. The other one, too.
- 345. Hey, Sarge, she's crazy!
- 346. Send her to the nuthouse!
- 347. You trying to ruin me, you bitch?
- 348. You must be sure,
because you can ruin them.
- 349. I swear on my mother, it's them.
- 350. These bastards,
they ruined me!
- 351. What did I do to you?
- 352. For no reason, they beat me up.
They nearly killed me.
- 353. - Get them out of here.
- I swear, I didn't do anything!
- 354. Now we'll see
if you did anything or not.
- 355. I'll kill her! I'll kill her!
- 356. Pea-brain!
- 357. Take care in recognising
- 358. If anyone proves innocent,
you're in trouble. Be careful!
- 359. They were with me half an hour,
you think I can't recognise them?
- 360. Well?
- 361. Didn't you say he had brown hair,
kind of stocky?
- 362. It wasn't them.
- 363. Let's go.
- 364. Who wants to buy this ring?
- 365. I'm selling gold, not rags.
- 366. Accattone!
- 367. Accattone, explain something.
- 368. They let you go?
You're out already?
- 369. No, I'm going to jail
just because your girl is so pretty.
- 370. That would really be ridiculous.
- 371. If the guards hadn't been there,
I'd have eaten her alive.
- 372. That bitch!
- 373. What do you want from me?
Did I turn you in?
- 374. They want to put me in jail, too.
Be glad they let you go.
- 375. Stay out of jail
and enjoy your freedom!
- 376. She had to report me?
Am I an orphan?
- 377. I'd show her.
- 378. For slander and perjury,
the minimum's two years.
- 379. What'll you eat then,
soup from the women's prison?
- 380. Come on, who wants to buy this ring?
Start the bidding.
- 381. - How much?
- I paid 15,000. I'm asking half, 7,000.
- 382. Life's smiling on me today.
I want to make you smile, too.
- 383. Take advantage of it.
- 384. Hear what the prophet says.
- 385. Today you sell the ring,
tomorrow the chain,
- 386. in seven days the watch,
- 387. and in 77 days you won't have even
your eyes to weep with.
- 388. Accattone, look,
the cemetery's there.
- 389. Give it my best.
- 390. I don't need a nurse yet.
- 391. Did you sell your car?
- 392. Is the gold all gone?
- 393. You really look like a dirty beggar.
What a way to end up.
- 394. Long live us thieves.
We always know where to go.
- 395. We stretch out our hand,
we catch something.
- 396. Sure, a nice long stretch!
- 397. Remember,
we're all born with a vocation.
- 398. Mine was to be a thief,
and here I am!
- 399. You weren't born to be a pimp,
but a beggar... There you are!
- 400. Don't you have
anything to do today?
- 401. Piss off! I was fine
minding my own business.
- 402. Get a hold of yourself.
- 403. For thieves,
there's no being unemployed.
- 404. You're lucky to be so secure.
- 405. Not all thieves are rich.
- 406. Leave me alone.
The war days are past.
- 407. Today, as soon as you step outside,
they put you in jail.
- 408. Don't you see
what the police chief's doing?
- 409. Iaio!
- 410. I'm the poor soul of your father.
Don't you know me any more?
- 411. Damn.
- 412. Your mother lets you
run around like this, all dirty?
- 413. Don't you know you're a man?
- 414. Give your father a little kiss?
- 415. Iaio! Iaio!
- 416. - What are you doing here?
- Am I robbing your food from you?
- 417. Where's my wife?
- 418. Where is she?
Earning your son's bread.
- 419. Go away, the less she sees of you
the better for her.
- 420. I get it.
- 421. A renaissance family.
- 422. Laugh it up. Somebody'll kill you.
That's your fate.
- 423. It's lemon blossom
- 424. Who can this proper youth be?
- 425. A working man
or a great gentleman
- 426. Have you seen my wife?
- 427. Ascenza!
- 428. Ascenza, here's that
fine husband of yours!
- 429. - When do you knock off here?
- In a few minutes.
- 430. Since six this morning
we've been at it.
- 431. These things happen.
- 432. Is it hard work?
- 433. When you need it,
any job is good.
- 434. Do they pay you well, at least?
- 435. Enough to keep us from starving.
- 436. You're new.
I've never seen you before.
- 437. Just a month.
- 438. I could tell you what Italy needs.
- 439. Yes, let's see.
- 440. Lincoln freed the slaves.
- 441. In Italy, they've just started
- 442. Give me a gun,
and there'd be nobody left standing.
- 443. - What's your name?
- 444. I'm Vittorio. Nice to meet you.
- 445. Stella, star, show me the way,
- 446. teach me the way
- 447. to a bowl of bean soup.
- 448. - Hungry?
- Hungry, no. A little appetite.
- 449. It's noon. It's that time of day.
- 450. Tell me something,
you seem so innocent,
- 451. like a little girl,
good and not sly. Hmm...
- 452. I can't explain.
Are you from Rome?
- 453. - Me? Yes.
- 454. You're lucky,
not to know things.
- 455. - Bye, see you later.
- 456. I was waiting for you.
I have to talk to you.
- 457. Didn't you see me?
- 458. Will you stop!
- 459. Do I need a permit
to talk with you?
- 460. Do I have to pray to you
like a saint?
- 461. We don't have anything
to say to each other.
- 462. What we had to say,
we've already said.
- 463. That's that!
- 464. Don't yell!
Don't make a big scene.
- 465. Will you go?
- 466. I'm not talking to you any more.
- 467. I don't want anything to do with you,
understand? Go away!
- 468. Let me lead my life,
and you lead yours.
- 469. Don't act like a kid,
listen to my side.
- 470. I won't listen to anything.
I know what you want.
- 471. There's nothing left,
forget about me.
- 472. I didn't come begging for anything.
- 473. If I want to eat, I can find food
for myself and others.
- 474. I don't need anything from anybody.
What are you thinking?
- 475. You find a way to eat, sure.
Shame on you!
- 476. And you come out and say it.
Oh, cut it out.
- 477. You've never been good
for yourself or me or your son.
- 478. This is no land of plenty!
- 479. Don't make me say it again!
- 480. I know, I was lousy.
- 481. I made mistakes,
- 482. but give me a way to make it up,
to show you what I'm worth.
- 483. I'm fed up with this life.
- 484. I've decided,
I'm looking for a job.
- 485. It's not easy, you know that,
but I intend to find one.
- 486. Believing you was
the biggest mistake of my life.
- 487. What's wrong? People change.
- 488. So, decide before we get
to your house.
- 489. I don't want to see your idiot
of a brother and your father.
- 490. Well, then?
- 491. Get out of my sight! Go away!
- 492. You see how mean your mother is?
- 493. She doesn't have a conscience.
- 494. She wants you to grow up
without a father.
- 495. - What does he want?
- What's he doing here?
- 496. What does he want?
Someone to support him!
- 497. Now he has nobody, understand?
- 498. And he comes here
to eat at our expense.
- 499. Listen, idiot, stop coming here.
- 500. Someday, someone's going to
break your neck.
- 501. This isn't a soup kitchen.
- 502. Go and work if you want to eat.
- 503. You want to scare me?
- 504. Bash his face in.
- 505. That'll stop him
acting the bully in our house.
- 506. Crook! Bum!
Get out of here!
- 507. You're a sweet bunch.
- 508. The hicks' revenge!
- 509. You take it as a joke.
- 510. Just your nerve! Get out of here!
- 511. And remember,
don't come around here again.
- 512. I don't want your son to see you
and be ashamed of a father like you!
- 513. Stop! Stop, Father!
- 514. Help! Help!
He's got a knife. Hold him.
- 515. Hurry! Stop him!
- 516. Pimp!
- 517. Bad shape, eh?
- 518. Jesus, you're changed.
- 519. When are you going to have one
of those great dinners at Fiumicino?
- 520. Fish soup and mixed fry.
Do you remember? A dream!
- 521. Haven't they jailed you yet?
- 522. There's a rumour
you haven't eaten for two days.
- 523. Is it true?
- 524. If I vomit on you,
you'll eat for a week.
- 525. Oh, you've eaten! You're fine.
- 526. And I was so worried
that you were hungry.
- 527. I wanted to help you out.
Thank Jesus Christ!
- 528. Want an Alka-Seltzer?
- 529. Piss off! Don't you have
anything to do?
- 530. Come here.
- 531. You're lucky you can eat bones.
- 532. "... and in 77 days you won't have
even your eyes to weep with."
- 533. This is starvation, Accattone!
Why am I wasting my breath?
- 534. An angel will pass
and make it come true.
- 535. You've 200 lire, Cipolla. Buy us five
sausages, oil, tomato sauce, bread.
- 536. And take a taxi!
- 537. Go on, charge it.
- 538. Get it from the bakery.
- 539. It's that dumb father of yours
- 540. And if his father finds him,
he'll hang him!
- 541. Don't the hungry
have a patron saint?
- 542. If you exist, lend us 2,000 lire.
- 543. Colonel, I don't want bread
I want a kilo of pasta
- 544. Don't worry,
I'll eat it all
- 545. Hey, kids, you like sausage?
- 546. Clear out or I'll eat you.
- 547. Accattone, if it wasn't for
the priests today we wouldn't eat.
- 548. Read this.
- 549. "Vatican assistance
for needy families."
- 550. Long live the clergy!
- 551. Fulvio, light the gas!
- 552. What do you want to do,
- 553. Fulvio, please!
- 554. Lend us the stove so we can cook
ourselves this spaghetti!
- 555. - We're hungry.
- Hurry, come up.
- 556. The stove is free,
we don't have anything to eat.
- 557. "It's the universal fast!"
- 558. Mama, put the water on,
make some pasta for them.
- 559. Fry, pan, fry!
- 560. Hurry up, ma'am.
It's a miracle we can stand up.
- 561. I'll make the sauce.
- 562. My speciality! Starvation sauce.
- 563. Sit down. Leave it to us!
- 564. Excuse us, ma'am.
- 565. Today I feel like a great cook.
- 566. Are you on a diet?
- 567. But what's hunger, really?
A bad habit!
- 568. It's all in the mind.
- 569. Ah, if they hadn't got us
used to eating as kids...
- 570. Hey, kid, who gave you
the habit of eating?
- 571. This starving father of yours?
- 572. Accattone, remember that time
- 573. when we stole that money
from a blind man to eat?
- 574. And the time
we sold your father's false teeth?
- 575. Hurry, or we'll end up like those guys
in the Nuremburg trials.
- 576. Are you game to screw them?
- 577. What for?
What do you want to do?
- 578. There's eight of us
for a plate of spaghetti.
- 579. How?
- 580. How can we get rid of them?
- 581. It's nothing.
- 582. You insult us,
- 583. call us good-for-nothings.
- 584. It's an offence to our honour!
- 585. I'll take care of them.
- 586. They'll leave,
and we'll eat the pasta.
- 587. Fulvio, they'll make you
- 588. - You've saved four Italians.
- Yeah, a monument.
- 589. Right, the more good you do,
the more kicks you get.
- 590. Look here, what do you think we are?
We're good Christians.
- 591. We're grateful.
- 592. If you get into trouble, we'll always
find a bowl of soup for you.
- 593. Me, if I don't eat,
I stay in my house, not others'.
- 594. You're insulting us!
- 595. You were doing us a favour.
- 596. - No, giving you charity.
- What charity, you bastard?
- 597. Four boys your age
- 598. and you can't manage to buy meat?
You should be ashamed.
- 599. Look who's talking about hunger.
Yesterday, your wife told me
- 600. you ate up all the kids' dinner.
- 601. Tell the police about it!
- 602. You're their informer,
you think people don't know that?
- 603. Are you kidding
or do you mean it?
- 604. Kidding?
Everyone's talking about it.
- 605. Everybody!
- 606. Don't pay attention
to this poor idiot.
- 607. We're not trash.
- 608. We have our pride,
- 609. and we're capable of giving you
our pasta as charity.
- 610. Pride? What pride?
- 611. Pride in taking money
- 612. Even in jail, nobody associates
with the pimps.
- 613. What are you doing?
- 614. The Hun's right, we'll all leave.
- 615. Hunger's driven this jerk crazy.
- 616. It was almost done!
- 617. I didn't expect an attack like that.
- 618. Me neither.
- 619. We've taught him a lesson.
- 620. - St Bosco, help us!
- Yeah, to die of hunger.
- 621. Accattone, how come
you look so pensive?
- 622. Is your arse itching?
- 623. Pio, what did you eat at noon?
- 624. I won't give him this satisfaction!
- 625. He's not going to eat that stuff!
I'll throw it out first!
- 626. Wait here. I'll bring the stuff
back to him. Leave it to me!
- 627. - Pio, go on, hurry, start it.
- Why? What's going on?
- 628. She'll get away. It's a girl.
Move, or we'll lose her.
- 629. - What do you guys want? Get out.
- One for all and all for one!
- 630. Now these bastards
will ruin everything.
- 631. Move it.
- 632. You'll pay for this. If I lose out,
you'd better run away.
- 633. You're making all this fuss
over a woman!
- 634. Hello, don't you recognise me?
- 635. Oh, hi.
- 636. Not working today?
- 637. I just finished.
I gave myself a half day off work.
- 638. - You're off?
- Yes, off.
- 639. A pawn ticket's about to expire.
- 640. It's a medal of my father.
I don't want to lose it.
- 641. - You're taking the tram?
- Yes, I'm going to catch it now.
- 642. If you want, I've got a friend's car.
There it is.
- 643. That's all right,
I'll take the tram.
- 644. We don't have anything to do anyway.
We'll go for a ride.
- 645. Come on,
don't be embarrassed!
- 646. Embarrassed?
- 647. My friends.
- 648. They'll leave right away.
- 649. They're all invited to a banquet.
The last supper.
- 650. Nice to meet you.
- 651. Sit in the middle.
You can take the tram tomorrow.
- 652. - Where're we going?
- The pawn shop.
- 653. What are they doing?
- 654. Producing.
- 655. Stop, stop, let me see.
- 656. You really want to look?
You like it?
- 657. Turn back. Are they bad women,
- 658. Bad women?
Can't you see how good they look?
- 659. - Never seen any?
- I want to look at them.
- 660. Look, then!
- 661. Now what? Some girl she is.
When will you wake up?
- 662. What are they doing?
- 663. They're doing what all women do.
- 664. Poor things.
- 665. Poor things?
- 666. They're smart kids,
smarter than you'd ever dream of!
- 667. What's to look at?
Have I got scabs?
- 668. Amore, don't you recognise me?
- 669. Is that you?
- 670. I didn't recognise you.
- 671. You're getting old.
- 672. I'm the best on the market.
- 673. Who's this? I don't know her.
- 674. What do you think?
She's in another class.
- 675. Ah, another class?
- 676. How's Maddalena?
- 677. Does she write to you?
They gave her a year.
- 678. - Her fault!
- You don't care about Maddalena.
- 679. Me, I'm smart,
not having a man.
- 680. Can't you change the subject?
- 681. My God,
you treat this poor child badly.
- 682. Dress her decently
when you send her out.
- 683. This dress is a rag,
and look at those shoes.
- 684. Mind your own business!
- 685. Dumb hooker!
- 686. She's right,
you're kind of ragged.
- 687. This is the only dress I've got.
- 688. I have to give my folks
the money I make.
- 689. I'll bring you a dress.
- 690. - Will you really bring it?
- Why not?
- 691. You bring a dress,
I'll get the shoes.
- 692. Laugh, Stella.
- 693. Iaio, forgive me, I'm a bum.
- 694. A pair of shoes, 6,000 lire.
- 695. Where would I get 6,000 lire?
- 696. If he'd just let her leave,
this dirty hick.
- 697. Iaio, don't you ever recognise me?
- 698. I'm your father, after all.
- 699. Give Papa a little kiss.
- 700. A little kiss. Come on.
- 701. A good kiss. Come here.
- 702. The things I have to do.
- 703. Bye, behave yourself.
- 704. Now you're really a star in name
and in fact. It's clothes that count.
- 705. - Give me 1,000 lire.
- Yeah, we're rich.
- 706. Accattone, what's
the sudden inspiration?
- 707. If you want to eat,
the food stall's in the other direction.
- 708. Are you happy?
- 709. I'm happy,
you've both been so good.
- 710. Nobody's ever done
anything like this for me.
- 711. What did we do?
You deserve it, you're a fine girl.
- 712. I hope I can repay you.
- 713. The final touch!
- 714. A little kiss? Come on.
- 715. And Pio, too.
- 716. We're all crazy.
- 717. - Bye, then.
- You're leaving already?
- 718. I got to go to the shop,
my wife's expecting me.
- 719. See you tonight.
- 720. - Bye.
- 721. - Bye, Pio.
- 722. - Thanks.
- Take care of yourself! Bye.
- 723. You're loyal.
- 724. Let's go this way.
- 725. Mind if we walk like this?
- 726. I already know, I love you.
- 727. It doesn't take me long
when a person deserves it.
- 728. Don't you feel anything for me?
- 729. I'm serious.
Don't you believe I love you?
- 730. - I swear.
- 731. Why? First of all
because I like your looks.
- 732. Second, because you seem
different, helpless, alone.
- 733. And you need some comfort, too.
- 734. We're good together,
don't you think?
- 735. - I should make you a speech.
- Mussolini made speeches.
- 736. No, don't joke. This is serious.
I've got to tell you.
- 737. I want you to know
everything about me.
- 738. My father died in the war.
- 739. - Can I talk?
- Talk, talk.
- 740. My father died, and my mother
managed by being on the street,
- 741. like those women
we saw yesterday.
- 742. I'm saying this so you won't think
the wrong thing of me.
- 743. Let's go this way.
- 744. I feel only hate for my mother,
even if she did it for me.
- 745. There were other ways.
- 746. What did she do?
Instead of feeling sorry...
- 747. It's a mother's situation.
- 748. When a person does that,
they love you.
- 749. It's not her profession,
she did it for you.
- 750. Don't you understand?
- 751. You ought to make her
- 752. Are you mad, Vittorio?
- 753. Don't call me Vittorio,
call me Accattone.
- 754. There are lots of Vittorios,
I'm the only Accattone.
- 755. Those beads look nice on you!
- 756. It was a lovely thought.
- 757. Have you ever been with a man?
Tell me the truth.
- 758. A few times.
- 759. And what did you do?
- 760. We talked...
I don't know, what else?
- 761. Let's go over there.
- 762. Then nobody's touched you.
Is that true?
- 763. Is that true?
- 764. What's happened to Accattone?
- 765. Nothing. He's in love.
- 766. The happiest of men,
the smart guy!
- 767. In love? What do you mean?
- 768. You're telling fairy tales.
- 769. If you tell me Accattone's hungry,
I believe it.
- 770. - But in love? Hmm!
- If he's dumb, yes.
- 771. Here comes the prodigal son!
- 772. Come over here!
- 773. What do you want?
- 774. What's happened to your brother,
- 775. He's disappeared for three days.
- 776. You guys should know,
you're his friends.
- 777. - You on the way home from work?
- Yes, so?
- 778. You follow your brother's example?
- 779. Shame on you!
- 780. Your brother makes others do
all the work, your degenerate brother!
- 781. For us, it's always a holiday,
for you only May 1st!
- 782. You say Accattone isn't in love?
- 783. What's wrong? You got the fever?
Get your brain examined.
- 784. Can you imagine him in love?
- 785. Look, I've got good eyes.
- 786. Who's Accattone anyway?
The tough guy of Rome?
- 787. I tell you, basically he's stupid.
- 788. But he's got the profession of pimp
in his blood.
- 789. Bread is bread.
- 790. I say in 10 days at the most
we'll see Stella on the street.
- 791. - What'll you bet?
- Anything you like.
- 792. Your jacket, and if I win,
I'll give it to the orphans.
- 793. Listen to me.
- 794. If Maddalena hears anything about
Accattone having another woman
- 795. and putting the poor bitch to work,
- 796. nobody'll keep her
from sending him to jail.
- 797. "Orate, frates."
- 798. Drink and get drunk
and you'll make the cops come.
- 799. Are you paying? Piss off!
- 800. You're a mess.
- 801. Here's to you!
- 802. - You hear how they're in love?
- 803. Look at these who have their men,
look at these two lost souls.
- 804. They've been in the life,
and what do they have?
- 805. They don't have anything,
not even a bit of gold.
- 806. - We wear that.
- You need a man beside you.
- 807. At night when I come home,
- 808. if nobody's there, I feel like crying.
- 809. Accattone, excuse me...
- 810. There's those two guys.
- 811. Guys with cash.
- 812. They like that girl. She doesn't look
like a whore and they like that.
- 813. Want me to fix it up?
- 814. It's just some company.
- 815. Let him step up.
Do I have to throw her at him?
- 816. May I have this dance?
- 817. Dance with the gent.
- 818. Allow me.
- 819. Look at that dope.
- 820. Ah, Stella...
- 821. You're trapped, too,
and don't know it.
- 822. "All hope abandon ye
who enter here."
- 823. I bet the jacket.
- 824. You win!
- 825. I've got a nasty eye.
- 826. I thought you'd fallen.
Congratulations. You're an artist.
- 827. Nice jacket. A real man's jacket.
- 828. - For me?
- Yes, it's for you.
- 829. Go with God.
- 830. The dope's got long arms,
he's having a try.
- 831. Okay, cut it out.
- 832. Who'll bet all we've drunk tonight
that I'll jump off the bridge?
- 833. I'll jump off the bridge.
- 834. And die like Tosca!
- 835. You don't believe me?
Then bet, you clowns!
- 836. And with my clothes on!
- 837. Don't go too far.
- 838. The guy's drunk, he'll really jump.
- 839. Run!
- 840. Let him jump, then!
- 841. Stop! I can't run any more.
- 842. Stop. I can't breathe.
- 843. The water's cold!
- 844. - What was I thinking?
- At least put a stone around your neck.
- 845. I understand you.
- 846. Is the fit over
or do I call for a straitjacket?
- 847. Ah, here we go again.
- 848. Aren't you ashamed?
Wash your face.
- 849. You're so drunk.
- 850. Good! You see, when you want to,
you understand things.
- 851. What are you doing?
- 852. Now what are you up to?
- 853. You're cute!
- 854. Hi, Vittorio.
- 855. What's wrong?
- 856. Why should anything be wrong?
- 857. Can't you see?
I make myself sick.
- 858. Before I met you, who was I?
- 859. I had a car and plenty of money
- 860. and everything I wanted.
- 861. Clothes, watches, rings, bracelets.
- 862. Gold!
- 863. And now I'm waiting for manna
- 864. Find a job, then.
- 865. Doing what?
Giving other people my blood?
- 866. I'm not letting anybody
drink my blood. Work?
- 867. Animals work.
- 868. Last night you had
the time of your life.
- 869. You let that dope cheer you up
by the river.
- 870. If you'd shown
some respect for me...
- 871. I thought you were different.
- 872. It's the first time
I've made a mistake.
- 873. Embarrassing me
in front of my friends.
- 874. They laughed behind my back.
- 875. I thought that was how I should act.
- 876. I told you to dance with him.
- 877. Instead, you wanted to be
the sophisticated lady.
- 878. You wanted the honeymoon.
You liked him, didn't you?
- 879. Deny it!
- 880. - Now you're insulting me.
- I'm insulting you?
- 881. You insulted me.
You had fun behind my back.
- 882. You offended my pride!
- 883. I should have expected it from you.
- 884. Like mother, like daughter.
- 885. I know where you want to lead me.
- 886. I expected it, believe me.
- 887. Don't get too worked up.
I know what you want from me.
- 888. Ah, you know! Then do it!
What are you waiting for?
- 889. Why do you talk to me like this?
- 890. You know I'm not experienced.
- 891. I've been through sorrows
and hard times.
- 892. I'm not like the other girls.
- 893. How should I know what to do,
what not to do?
- 894. What do I know?
- 895. Learn from your cow of a mother.
- 896. Now you cry, stupid!
- 897. If I'd known you'd cry,
I wouldn't have said it.
- 898. I was kidding.
- 899. No, you weren't.
- 900. I know what you want.
That's your aim.
- 901. Let's forget about these things.
- 902. What matters is that we're in love.
- 903. One day we'll say
to hell with everything.
- 904. Our Lady, make me a saint,
I've done my penance.
- 905. There he is, the beggar!
- 906. He's back in business!
- 907. Booming, eh, Accattone?
- 908. I know somebody that
if they saw for themselves
- 909. would give Accattone
a big surprise!
- 910. Unfortunately she can't see or hear,
lying in her cell
- 911. counting the days on the pisspot.
- 912. Here's the hawk.
- 913. Well? You hiding?
- 914. Afraid of the john
who'll take you away?
- 915. Now you're here, do what all of us do.
Make peace with yourself.
- 916. There's no Hell anyway,
and no Heaven.
- 917. She's ashamed.
- 918. I was so ashamed the first time.
- 919. Now I'm the most shameless of all.
- 920. Amore! Here comes the sacristan.
- 921. Run to the man who loves you!
- 922. Come on, let me in.
- 923. How about this masterpiece?
- 924. Let her be. She's a poor victim.
- 925. Well? Shall we get going?
- 926. Oh, don't tell me
you're really going with her?
- 927. She's wasting no time!
- 928. You expect him
to always eat the same dish?
- 929. Bye, Amore.
I'm being unfaithful to you!
- 930. Amore, make way for the young.
- 931. It's time for you to retire.
- 932. Do I have to file an application or what?
- 933. Is this the first time you're doing it?
The first time you...
- 934. Yes.
- 935. The world's a big garbage dump,
- 936. And one tramp more, one less.
- 937. What do you think?
- 938. So I'm lucky. It's the first time.
- 939. Are you embarrassed?
You don't even know what it is.
- 940. Come here. Get moving.
- 941. I didn't pick you up
so we could take a drive.
- 942. I disgust you?
You take me for a dope?
- 943. Then why did you come?
- 944. I don't want to do it.
Take me back.
- 945. Take you back?
- 946. What did you expect
from this kind of a life? Candy?
- 947. Take me back.
- 948. Walk! Go on, get out!
- 949. You dope!
- 950. Hey, look, he's back alone.
- 951. Did you lose Accattone's girl?
- 952. You sent me off with a nutcase?
- 953. What was wrong with her?
- 954. She started crying.
- 955. She wouldn't play
so I dumped her there.
- 956. From the Appian Way
she'll make a pilgrimage here.
- 957. What can she do,
the Quo Vadis?
- 958. Laugh, damn you! You idiot!
- 959. Lend me your bike.
- 960. Easy, or you'll kill yourself!
- 961. You're leaving?
- 962. You leave me like this?
- 963. - I'm full of poison, if I bite I kill.
- That's how it is?
- 964. Don't let me lay eyes on you again!
- 965. Go back to your village,
in Rome you stink!
- 966. You would have liked
the innocent, eh? Idiot!
- 967. Amore, watch out, the cops!
- 968. So what? I'll take it out on them.
- 969. What do you want? Leave me alone.
I won't go to the police station.
- 970. I'm in charge of my own life.
I do what I like.
- 971. Calm down
or we'll take you to the nuthouse.
- 972. What do I care!
- 973. When is she getting here?
- 974. She's going to keep me up
- 975. Damn it!
- 976. What a life.
- 977. Always fighting for everything.
- 978. Do I really have
to end up like this?
- 979. I'm not putting up with it.
Not even for Christ himself.
- 980. Come in.
- 981. Maddalena, you're here?
- 982. Where else? On the Riviera?
- 983. How are things?
- 984. Who are you primping yourself for,
may I ask?
- 985. Why?
- 986. The man who loved you
has left you.
- 987. Really?
- 988. Lina, did you hear her?
- 989. - Who's he with?
- He's with a young kid.
- 990. You don't know her.
- 991. Name of Stella. A beautiful girl.
- 992. He's put her to work, too.
- 993. That man you had is a genius.
- 994. Bastards. You and him!
- 995. What's wrong?
- 996. I wanted to report Cataldi Vittorio
known as Accattone.
- 997. - For what?
- 998. - Did he pimp for you?
- 999. Who, then?
What are you reporting him for?
- 1000. Pimping! Don't you understand me?
I told you.
- 1001. Are you deaf?
- 1002. Who is it?
- 1003. The charge can come only
from the person involved
- 1004. incited to prostitution.
- 1005. You don't know him!
- 1006. He's capable of anything.
- 1007. He's capable of anything
for his comfort! Even killing.
- 1008. You've got to jail him!
- 1009. He's not worthy of living.
You've got to jail him!
- 1010. Jail him!
- 1011. Where did you find her?
- 1012. - I'll carry the suitcase.
- Me, too. Me, too.
- 1013. I'll carry the stuff.
- 1014. Come in.
- 1015. Stella, introduce yourselves.
- 1016. - Pleased to meet you.
- Same here.
- 1017. We managed before, so we'll
manage now, won't we, Nannina?
- 1018. Let me have that.
- 1019. Thanks, Nannina.
- 1020. Are you happy?
This is no palace.
- 1021. At least the roof doesn't leak.
- 1022. - Happy?
- If I'm not a bother.
- 1023. There are two possibilities.
- 1024. Either I've gone crazy,
or I'm sane again.
- 1025. You like Marsala?
- 1026. - Let's have some?
- There's still some Marsala?
- 1027. The great times!
- 1028. Yeah, let's have a glass.
- 1029. This Marsala's historic,
if you knew...
- 1030. Eh, Nannina?
- 1031. Let's hope all goes well.
- 1032. Mamma, us too.
- 1033. A little Marsala?
- 1034. Thank you.
- 1035. Here's to us, then.
- 1036. And screw them all.
- 1037. Aren't they a picture?
- 1038. Here's to Heaven,
and Stella, who's found a home.
- 1039. The first step's made!
- 1040. Hey, brother.
- 1041. Come on, we'll be late!
- 1042. I can't do anything.
- 1043. Learn.
- 1044. Here's the cattle car!
- 1045. The boss is kind of grouchy.
- 1046. When you work,
nobody gives you the money.
- 1047. What a brother!
Who did you take after?
- 1048. After St Sebastian the Martyr.
- 1049. Good morning.
- 1050. Sor Pietro,
I told you about my brother.
- 1051. Changed your mind?
- 1052. - All right.
- So long, Sor Pietro.
- 1053. Goodbye.
- 1054. Hey, Panzone, we're loading.
Where's our iron?
- 1055. - Over there.
- Is it 80 quintals?
- 1056. 80! You think I'm robbing you?
- 1057. 80 quintals.
- 1058. There's all this iron in Italy?
- 1059. Go on, work hard
and you'll finish quick.
- 1060. Yeah, finish living.
- 1061. - How many trips?
- Six, if we really push it.
- 1062. Push yourself!
- 1063. Are we in Buchenwald here?
- 1064. - And I thought it was easy.
- You fade out fast.
- 1065. You're lucky I'm winded,
or I'd kill you.
- 1066. Working has a bad effect on you.
- 1067. Come on, one more trip
and we're through.
- 1068. God's will be done!
- 1069. Poor Accattone.
There's a finished man.
- 1070. Watch out,
the dog catcher's coming!
- 1071. What's wrong?
Why's he acting like that?
- 1072. Search me. This morning he looked
like the Statue of Liberty.
- 1073. He looked down on everyone.
- 1074. Hey, victim!
You pathetic case!
- 1075. That's enough from you, bastards!
- 1076. You're so prosaic.
- 1077. Vittorio. What have they
done to you?
- 1078. My God, what's happened?
- 1079. I'm a dope, that's what happened!
- 1080. For 1,000 lousy lire
I went and killed myself.
- 1081. I should've had a stroke
instead of going there.
- 1082. Calm down. Don't say that.
- 1083. Mind your own business.
- 1084. Listen. Let me say something.
- 1085. Skip it, forget it.
- 1086. Vittorio,
if you aren't up to working,
- 1087. I'm ready to go on the street again,
if that's better.
- 1088. What are you saying? Shut up!
- 1089. What do you care about me?
- 1090. Nobody's going to cry over me.
- 1091. You on the street? Cut it out.
- 1092. I decided, I'll look after you.
- 1093. You'll stay at home!
- 1094. If I decide something, that's it.
- 1095. Either the world kills me,
or I kill it.
- 1096. Mama, wee-wee.
- 1097. Master Accattone! Master Accattone!
- 1098. Come here. Sit with us.
- 1099. Aren't you coming?
We're all ready.
- 1100. We're waiting for you.
- 1101. Where'd you get all these flowers?
- 1102. - Over there.
- Let's go.
- 1103. What's happened?
Won't you tell me anything?
- 1104. Will you tell me what's happened?
- 1105. I can't hear you.
- 1106. What's happened?
- 1107. Don't you know? Accattone's dead.
- 1108. Vittorio, let's move...
- 1109. You could've told him not to do it.
What kind of friends are you?
- 1110. You can't go in.
- 1111. Why not?
- 1112. No.
- 1113. Say, sir, why don't you dig
a bit further on?
- 1114. The earth is all dark here.
- 1115. Sorry, but I can't.
- 1116. Just a bit over there, a little.
- 1117. Please, sir.
- 1118. There in the light, it's better.
- 1119. Very well.
- 1120. Where's Balilla?
- 1121. He's filling his tank.
- 1122. Hey, Balilla, you drunk,
somebody wants you!
- 1123. Is it the cops? I'm innocent.
- 1124. Balilla, I've got to talk to you.
- 1125. Come here and have a drop.
- 1126. - I don't have a cent.
- 1127. I tried working yesterday.
You know, right?
- 1128. Shame on you!
- 1129. What'll we do?
- 1130. The world belongs to the happy.
Come here, Cartagine.
- 1131. I'm done.
- 1132. Who do we hit?
- 1133. We don't do light stuff,
we just trust our luck. Cartagine!
- 1134. Here I am!
- 1135. Blessed be the day I was born.
- 1136. - Where are you going?
- Divino Amore sanctuary.
- 1137. Take these flowers.
- 1138. A present.
- 1139. Load up this garbage
and take it away.
- 1140. You're joking.
- 1141. Come on, Cartagine,
always in the mud.
- 1142. I want to be in the flowers,
- 1143. For eight hours,
we've been walking.
- 1144. I've never managed to steal
this damn truck. I have to get even.
- 1145. Maybe this is it.
- 1146. Damn it! God damn it!
- 1147. That's enough!
- 1148. Put your shoes back on!
You want to gas us?
- 1149. You really stink!
- 1150. Is that my fault?
We've been walking all day.
- 1151. You stink worse alive than dead.
- 1152. I'll confess something to you.
- 1153. You know
when I last washed my feet?
- 1154. August 15th, at the beach.
- 1155. Cinderella's shoe was brought back
by the prince.
- 1156. Yours by the fire department!
- 1157. Do you realise?
- 1158. You have a fortune in those feet
- 1159. DDT is for killing flies.
- 1160. You kill horses!
- 1161. Heaven's sent us this truck.
- 1162. It's salami, 20,000 lire at least.
- 1163. If you believe in providence,
you don't starve to death.
- 1164. Stella's right, my poor Stella...
- 1165. Stop. It's useless to run.
We know who you are.
- 1166. Oh, God!
- 1167. Accattone. What's wrong?
How do you feel?
- 1168. Accattone...
- 1169. Ah, now I'm fine.
- 1170. Why?