- 1. Mom.
- 2. - Mom.
- Sleep. Daddy is sleeping.
- 3. Don't make any noise...
- 4. They woke you up?
- 5. Maybe. Don't worry.
- 6. Lovely weather.
- 7. Beautiful Sunday!
- 8. They asleep?
- 9. Happy Father's Day.
- 10. - Again...
- Father's Day is all day long.
- 11. Do you think Mom's dress is beautiful?
- 12. Beautiful like Mom.
- 13. Come... Gisou.
- 14. The babies are sleepy.
- 15. Watch your foot!
- 16. Tell your Daddy "Happy Day!"
- 17. Your Daddy Happy Day!
- 18. Thanks, sweetie. She's cute.
- 19. Sir, don't you want
to tell me something?
- 20. Like what?
- 21. Anything so long as you talk.
You talk so well.
- 22. Where were we?
- 23. Yesterday, you were talking about
the revolution of species.
- 24. The evolution...
- 25. What is the origin of organized life?
That is the question, as Hamlet would say.
- 26. Good evening.
- 27. Hi, Uncle Jo.
- 28. - Had a good Sunday?
- Yes. You?
- 29. Great.
- 30. Beautiful salads.
- 31. Aren't they green!
- 32. - Father's Day, eh...
- Well, Uncle's Day too.
- 33. Here are my darlings.
- 34. Hi. Here. For you.
- 35. Keep them, my garden is full.
- 36. Give me a kiss, eh?
- 37. They're dirty and tired.
- 38. It was beautiful out.
- 39. I'd like a kiss, little man.
- 40. He's not as sweet as Gisou
- 41. and he's a boy.
- 42. Stop, he'll talk back soon.
- 43. Today he said "madeleine" and "train."
- 44. He did? Try "Hello, Aunt Madeleine."
- 45. He's stubborn.
- 46. We had a nice day.
- 47. We stayed here watching TV
and had a short nap...
- 48. until 5.
- 49. - Same for us.
- You too?
- 50. No, I went for a walk. I looked at them.
- 51. Well, everything's fine.
- 52. We have to go. Bedtime.
- 53. Let's go home, kids.
- 54. Want the car back tonight?
- 55. Don't bother. We never go out.
- 56. Tomorrow I'll go on the bus.
- 57. That's very sweet.
- 58. Take your flowers.
- 59. Good night, my little guy.
- 60. Good night, kitten.
- 61. - Good night, my dove.
- Good night, Daddy.
- 62. The countryside is beautiful.
- 63. I wonder what I like more:
- 64. The smell of the trees,
the grass or the river...
- 65. It's ready!
- 66. Let's go!
- 67. Already noon?
- 68. Did you take Joseph's lunchbox too?
- 69. Sure, it's Monday.
- 70. - The game was great!
- I saw some of it on TV.
- 71. - Just when the goal of Reims...
- Great, but the referee was unfair.
- 72. Lunch inside or outside?
- 73. - Outside!
- No, inside!
- 74. - Heads or tails?
- 75. You win.
- 76. Where's Pierrot?
- 77. With Adèle, at the window.
- 78. He's visiting.
- 79. For candy, of course!
- 80. I want some too.
- 81. Come, you'll get some.
- 82. - Are you being good?
- He's adorable.
- 83. - Hello, Mrs. Chevalier.
- 84. - Getting married soon?
- That's why we're here.
- 85. Come on in, Mrs. Mercier.
- 86. We went to Paris
to find a ready-made dress.
- 87. But she liked nothing.
She's being difficult.
- 88. No, but ready-to-wear doesn't fit.
- 89. Nothing is in style.
- 90. I want what I saw in Elle,
a dress with a short cape.
- 91. lf you can do that.
- 92. Yes. For when?
- 93. Saturday of next week.
- 94. It's short but it'll do.
- 95. A long gown, I mean.
- 96. The time is short, not the dress.
- 97. Here's the sample.
- 98. We didn't know how many yards...
- 99. Here's the pattern.
- 100. Let's measure you.
- 101. - Will you wear heels?
- Of course.
- 102. Here is Daddy.
- 103. Hi, horse, hi, Dad.
- 104. Do you have sugar in your pocket?
- 105. - For the horse?
- 106. - Hey horse, is it good?
- There you are!
- 107. Already here?
- 108. What a welcome! Hello everyone!
- 109. I meant glad to see you early.
- 110. That's how to speak to a husband.
- 111. Oh, miss is getting married?
- 112. Our Yvette is leaving Fontenay...
- 113. For nearby: L'Haÿ-les-Roses.
- 114. Still in the roses then.
Better than Le Kremlin-Bicêtre.
- 115. Don't exaggerate.
- 116. Getting married is the thing.
- 117. The fitting is for next Monday, right?
- 118. And the cloth is 20 feet?
I'II bring it tomorrow.
- 119. You're a lifesaver.
- 120. How was your day, little guy?
- 121. What is "day," Daddy?
- 122. When it's light out.
- 123. It's the sun then.
- 124. Why did you say to Pierrot
how the sun is?
- 125. Why don't you come to me?
- 126. I'm coming.
- 127. You goofed.
- 128. Her husband is in Kremlin-Bicêtre,
in the Mercier Mausoleum.
- 129. Imagine a wedding in a mausoleum.
- 130. You're silly.
- 131. I'm hungry.
- 132. We'll eat in 5 minutes.
- 133. I'm going to Vincennes tomorrow.
- 134. Several days' work in a new building.
- 135. Is Uncle going with you?
- 136. He wants me to be on my own.
- 137. He wants to retire.
- 138. Dad, give me some bread.
- 139. As long as he takes care of the bills.
- 140. Post Office, please.
- 141. There, on the right.
- 142. 34 Fontenay please, Miss.
- 143. Funny.
- 144. I'm moving to Fontenay soon.
- 145. I'm transferring you now.
- 146. Booth 1.
- 147. Fontenay 34, please.
You can speak.
- 148. Joseph? It's me.
- 149. We have a problem.
- 150. The client forgot about the chimney.
- 151. It's built. The closet doesn't fit.
- 152. Should l fix it here?
- 153. I'll take new measurements then.
- 154. Finished?
- 155. Not yet.
- 156. La Roche? Give me Noirmoutier.
- 157. We'll see you soon?
- 158. Early July.
- 159. Annie can come watch the kids
- 160. We could make the 9:00 show.
- 161. I'd love it.
- 162. lf it's a Western, fine.
- 163. No horses in this one.
- 164. A French film, then.
- 165. With Bardot and Moreau
- 166. for the first time together.
- 167. Which one do you prefer?
- 168. Which woman?
- 169. Which woman? You.
- 170. I came back earlier,
but I'll make up the time tomorrow.
- 171. Come to the woodshop.
- 172. It's a delivery from the wine store.
- 173. Cut the music.
- 174. We even deliver on holidays.
- 175. Here you go, John. Some rosé,
- 176. You're a great guy, real gold.
- 177. Like a father to me.
- 178. Get the glasses.
- 179. Gosh! Had to hurry from Vincennes
not to miss this.
- 180. Right on time.
- 181. It's time.
- 182. Hey, big fiesta!
- 183. Let's drink and smoke.
- 184. Who's got a light?
- 185. Light and bonfire for St. John.
- 186. You've got enough wood now.
- 187. Give this to Aunt Thérèse.
- 188. Thanks.
- 189. Give this to Dad.
- 190. - Did you make the skewers?
- Two are ready.
- 191. This is gonna be good.
- 192. No flames... Skewers need coals.
- 193. Is it enough to cook, uncle?
- 194. Smoked meat is better,
like cowboys eat.
- 195. Indians eat the same.
- 196. Indians eat more spicy.
- 197. With peppers?
- 198. Red skin, red pepper!
- 199. Closed... He isn't home.
- 200. I'll bring the car in.
- 201. Wow! It's a girl!
- 202. Oh, a girl!
- 203. - About 7 pounds.
- Born at 2:00 p.m.
- 204. "The key as usual. Please feed the kids.
I'll be back at 10:00."
- 205. So you've got a sister.
- 206. - I wanted a brother.
- We have a niece at last.
- 207. I'll close the gate
so no one steals the kids.
- 208. Are there kidnappers?
- 209. No, I just want them to sleep quietly.
- 210. Gisou'll be happy in a couple of years.
- 211. I hope we will too.
- 212. What a pretty bird!
- 213. - Who is he?
- It's John the Good.
- 214. The husband of Anna the Good Maid?
- 215. Miss...
- 216. Fontenay again?
- 217. No, today a Paris number.
- 218. Diderot 5613.
- 219. Mr. Chevalier, please. It's his brother.
- 220. It's you? Bravo!
- 221. Yes, we're happy.
- 222. "Isabelle"!
- 223. Nice name.
- 224. No, I'm on an outside job.
- 225. I wanted to send a telegram...
- 226. For a happy event?
- 227. I'm an uncle again. How much?
- 228. Nephews or the price?
- 229. The price. I've got two nephews,
a niece and two kids.
- 230. The kids are yours?
- 231. Forty cents.
- 232. Cheap for a family.
- 233. When will you be in Fontenay?
- 234. Early in July.
- 235. It's soon.
I think I'll be a bit lost.
- 236. It'll be a bed of roses.
- 237. Is a call for Tel Aviv expensive?
- 238. Very.
- 239. - I'm not eating with you today.
- All right.
- 240. I'll let you work.
- 241. By the way, where's the best coffee
- 242. At Le Château, not Le Castel.
- 243. What'll I do about my lunchbox?
- 244. I can give it to the lions
or the bears at the zoo.
- 245. Does your wife make honey?
- 246. You could say that.
- 247. She's nice and cooks well.
- 248. I could use another cup.
- 249. Waiter! Two coffees.
- 250. Doesn't she work?
- 251. She's a dressmaker.
- 252. And you?
- 253. Carpenter. Can't you tell?
- 254. Not from your face.
- 255. I don't smell of wood?
- 256. No, more like the woods.
- 257. That's good. I love the country.
- 258. I like it too.
- 259. But also movies and dancing.
- 260. I fear Fontenay might be kind of dead.
- 261. It's sure quiet.
- 262. Why are you coming to Fontenay?
- 263. Somebody offered me an apartment.
A studio in a new building.
- 264. Thanks to my brother. He's in Africa
- 265. in the tires business
and I am in the wires business!
- 266. He arranged it for me for two years,
and he'll move in when he returns.
- 267. I'd rather live and work
at the same place.
- 268. So I requested my transfer.
- 269. I'll come back here on Saturdays
- 270. There's a dance hall in Fontenay
and two movie theaters,
- 271. no big coffee shops like here
- 272. A fat lot of good that does me.
- 273. You don't have to worry about fat.
- 274. But let's have a walk.
- 275. Let's see the château.
- 276. - Inside or outside?
- 277. Outside.
- 278. Okay.
- 279. I can't stay long.
I have to get back to work.
- 280. Since you're a carpenter,
could you put up my shelves?
- 281. Sure I can. When?
- 282. I'm moving in on Saturday
with all my stuff.
- 283. I'll be there around 2 or 3.
It's the white building on the square.
- 284. Paul Bert Avenue.
- 285. Number 4, entrance B,
5th floor on the right.
- 286. My name's Emilie Savignac.
- 287. Emilie, I love you.
- 288. I mean, I'm happy to know you.
- 289. Well...
- 290. Well what?
- 291. You're unbelievable.
- 292. Don't believe me...
- 293. but I never lie.
- 294. - I have to go work. Shall we?
- Already? I still have time.
- 295. I'm gonna get some sun.
- 296. I'll stay here.
- 297. - Then I'll leave you.
- See you.
- 298. - On Saturday at 4:00.
- Remember the address?
- 299. Entrance B, 5th floor, left.
- 300. No, right. See you.
- 301. See you, Emilie.
- 302. This fabric is nice but slippery.
- 303. I'm getting nowhere.
- 304. And they want dresses for the girls.
- 305. They could have told you!
- 306. You know, at the last minute,
they thought of little bridesmaids.
- 307. I worked hard today.
- 308. Me too.
- 309. I finished in Vincennes,
I got two bottles of wine as a tip.
- 310. It's a tough job painting this little garage.
- 311. Stop, you have time.
- 312. But hide it so Pierrot doesn't see it.
- 313. Look! It'll be pretty.
- 314. It's beautiful. Or it will be.
- 315. Be careful with the pins and the paint.
- 316. There isn't any on my fingers.
- 317. There's some on your shirt.
- 318. lf you're mad, I'll spank you.
- 319. I wonder if I can finish
the dresses by Saturday.
- 320. Don't wear yourself out.
- 321. - Say no for the girls.
- I can't. They're nice, they've invited us.
- 322. Saturday afternoon. It'll be fun
- 323. and I'll see how the gown looks.
- 324. Can't go, I accepted a job.
- 325. How sad.
- 326. You'll go with the kids.
- 327. I'll come later to get you.
- 328. Let's go to bed.
- 329. Me too.
- 330. Adèle! Look at the bride!
- 331. - It was worth working so fast.
- She's gorgeous!
- 332. Lovely!
- 333. It's worth a look.
- 334. See you this afternoon.
- 335. Around 3:00. I'll be alone.
My husband is working.
- 336. Will you lend me a picture to show him?
- 337. The bride is beautiful.
- 338. Come this way.
Squeeze in together. Smile.
- 339. Come together. Don't move.
- 340. Done!
- 341. Here it is.
- 342. I love you too.
- 343. I feel happy.
- 344. Be happy too, don't worry.
- 345. I'm free, happy,
and you're not the first.
- 346. Love me.
- 347. Such happiness!
- 348. Champagne!
- 349. To welcome the baby's arrival.
- 350. She's 8 days old.
- 351. Some champagne on her head!
- 352. I'll get her.
- 353. I'll go.
- 354. Empty your glasses first.
- 355. To health and family!
- 356. Can baby Isabelle drink some?
- 357. To the beautiful Isabelle!
- 358. To you, François!
- 359. It tickles.
- 360. You want some cherries?
- 361. Baby's drinking.
- 362. Smile for me, little baby.
- 363. Look at me.
- 364. Are you quiet? Asleep?
- 365. Auntie, come see our house.
- 366. It's nice.
Is it a dollhouse for Isabelle later?
- 367. It's a trapper's cabin, for us.
- 368. - No girls allowed.
- Not even me?
- 369. You can do anything...
- 370. except always carrying this one.
- 371. He must walk.
- 372. - I'm gonna take a break.
- We're in no hurry.
- 373. I like it when we're all together.
- 374. Where's Gisou?
- 375. Glued to the crib.
Soon she'll ask for a little sister.
- 376. I'd like many children
- 377. but let's wait a little.
- 378. I think so too.
- 379. I don't want you exhausted.
- 380. We need our time to rest together.
- 381. Is this resting together?
- 382. That too.
- 383. I came for the shelves.
- 384. I wondered if you'd come back.
- 385. I really did come for the shelves.
You can't live in here like this.
- 386. That true?
- 387. See, I want the closet against the wall
- 388. and a shelf on the top.
- 389. Don't sit here. I like you too much.
- 390. Sit over there while I work.
- 391. I need more shelves to do it.
- 392. Finished already?
- 393. For now, yes.
I'll finish in the next few days.
- 394. Can I come closer?
- 395. Tell me if I can help more.
- 396. A board and two trestles.
- 397. - You came back.
- You doubted me?
- 398. - You hadn't said anything.
- You couldn't tell?
- 399. I was afraid you'd say
the first time is a surprise,
- 400. the second time, it's habit.
- 401. Every day is a new day.
- 402. Are you happy at home too?
- 403. Very happy.
- 404. Your wife is not a habit?
- 405. No. I love her very much.
- 406. We get along, we have fun.
- 407. And there are the kids.
Surprises every day.
- 408. - And me?
- I met you and I love you.
- 409. Postwoman Terribly Tempting
- 410. Pensive Tender Thoughts
- 411. Passionate Time Together
- 412. Your François
- 413. You have to do it differently, sir.
Let me show you.
- 414. There...
- 415. You're good.
- 416. You too.
- 417. Have you ever been happy with a man?
- 418. Yes, once.
- 419. For three months.
- 420. Then he left me.
- 421. Then I waited for another happiness.
- 422. When you know, you're patient.
- 423. Were you sad?
- 424. Not that much.
- 425. I don't like sadness.
- 426. I was...
- 427. like... slightly aloof.
- 428. Now I'm here.
- 429. I'm myself, I mean.
- 430. I like that about you.
- 431. And it's the same for me.
- 432. I can't say...
- 433. I'm different since I met you.
- 434. On the contrary, I'm even more myself.
- 435. You know, I met my wife
- 436. when I was in the service.
- 437. It was love at first sight.
We married when I got out.
- 438. Had I met you first,
I'd live with you.
- 439. Sleeping together is fine
when you're in love.
- 440. But I met her first. I married her...
- 441. and I love her.
- 442. She gave me joy.
- 443. Now I meet you...
- 444. I like you too. I love you too.
- 445. I have enough joy for both of you.
- 446. Happiness works by addition.
- 447. So you like having two women.
- 448. Maybe. I didn't look for it.
- 449. We won't be able to meet often.
- 450. Yes, but when we do, it's good...
- 451. and apart, we can think about it.
- 452. We are together.
- 453. When I imagine you with your wife...
- 454. it's rather unpleasant.
- 455. You know I love her, I can't lie.
- 456. Not my fault if you came second.
That's the way it is.
- 457. But we're lucky to know each other...
- 458. - ... and be alive.
- That's true.
- 459. - I love you.
- Me too.
- 460. Tell me one thing...
- 461. Are she and I the same to you?
- 462. No, very different.
- 463. You make love better, you have fun.
- 464. It's like a new wine for me.
- 465. My head is spinning
- 466. and your pleasure is in your heart.
- 467. Like with Thérèse.
- 468. She likes making love too
- 469. but she's calmer.
- 470. I'm the one who leads the game.
- 471. She likes me to have fun with her.
- 472. She's tender...
- 473. always there...
- 474. and our kids look like her.
- 475. You see, I'm being honest.
- 476. You taught me another game,
we're more alike.
- 477. Thérèse is like a hardy plant.
- 478. You're like an animal set free.
- 479. I love nature.
- 480. Quite a speech!
- 481. Do you understand?
- 482. I understand "French" and "François."
- 483. Some people look bored on Sundays.
They must prefer the factory.
- 484. They must look the same on weekdays.
- 485. A new client came yesterday.
- 486. Ugly and fat, mean-looking.
- 487. You should have said you were too busy.
- 488. I said so.
I saw myself sadly sewing for her.
- 489. I could see you
pricking her to deflate her.
- 490. I was afraid so I said no.
- 491. You're wonderful, always doing
what I'd like you to do.
- 492. Except rice with chocolate.
- 493. We can't have it every day.
- 494. What I love, I can have every day.
- 495. Radishes, fried potatoes, rice...
And you as a second dessert.
- 496. Every day you have me.
Desserts mustn't be the same.
- 497. She was dreaming.
- 498. She's in love... thoughtful.
- 499. With one of us?
- 500. I would have told you.
- 501. Who then?
- 502. I won't say.
- 503. You know me, I don't like mysteries.
But love is secret.
- 504. Even her little heart is hidden.
- 505. It just doesn't match any brooch.
- 506. Will we meet him?
- 507. No. It's different.
- 508. I like to go out with you.
- 509. She'll tell me.
- 510. Let's dance anyway.
- 511. Hasn't the baby changed?
- 512. She's bigger and cute.
- 513. Auntie is crazy about her.
- 514. She'll love her as much as Gisou.
Daughters and dolls...
- 515. Hi, boss!
- 516. I love dolls too.
- 517. Saturday I met one, a "Dalida"
- 518. minus the accent.
- 519. - You're a real rabbit.
- One has to burn when he has sideburns.
- 520. You could use a guitar.
- 521. In romance, I can sing duets.
- 522. As long as I can change my partner.
- 523. I'd rather have one only, a good one.
- 524. You're too young to get one.
After you get one, you'll want many.
- 525. Unless you're like François.
- 526. He doesn't look unhappy.
- 527. I like fidelity.
- 528. The same woman, your whole life?
- 529. Your wife's wonderful, but...
- 530. Well, I'm not capricious.
When I love, I can't stop.
- 531. Come on, guys!
You're young, okay, but...
- 532. What about working? It's Monday.
You have to earn your pension.
- 533. For old people, I feel the same.
I loved my father.
- 534. I don't think of him very often,
- 535. but I love him.
He's here. It goes on...
- 536. It's crowded here.
- 537. In such a big place, I feel less alone.
- 538. - I go back to work at 1:00.
- Me too.
- 539. Just to make sure it's real.
- 540. - It's the same if I pinch you.
- Not quite.
- 541. Do you really love me?
- 542. - What?
- You said "love."
- 543. It must be true even when I'm asleep.
- 544. What time is it?
- 545. Nine. The weather's fine.
The kids have had breakfast.
- 546. Kiss me if there's no coffee.
- 547. - A kiss or coffee?
- 548. You're lucky. I have both.
- 549. Are we going to the country?
- 550. François, drink your coffee.
- 551. Gisou, you're in my way.
Go over there.
- 552. Go play.
- 553. - They're sleepy.
- 554. Isn't it nice?
- 555. This is the best spot.
- 556. - I can't think about winter.
- 557. Actually, I don't... I feel very happy.
- 558. You look happy these days.
- 559. Even more than usual.
- 560. - Does it show?
- Oh, yes. What is it? Summer?
- 561. Come on, babies, naptime.
- 562. Time to sleep.
- 563. What makes you so happy?
- 564. It's more happiness.
- 565. It's hard to explain.
- 566. You may not understand.
- 567. - I don't want to hurt you by sharing it.
- Hurt me?
- 568. You're right, I'm clumsy.
- 569. Speak to me.
- 570. Let's drop it.
- 571. I can understand.
I'm not that stupid.
- 572. That's not what I meant, love.
- 573. I don't like lying.
- 574. - Are you sad?
- I don't know. I'm listening.
- 575. Don't be sad. It's simple.
- 576. You and I and the kids,
- 577. we're like an apple orchard,
- 578. a square field.
- 579. Then I notice an apple tree
- 580. outside the field
- 581. and blooms with us.
- 582. More flowers, more apples.
- 583. It adds up, you know.
- 584. Is there somebody
who loves you like I do?
- 585. Not like you.
- 586. Are you in love too?
- 587. Yes. It just happened
- 588. and it gave me such joy.
- 589. How long have l
not been alone with you?
- 590. A month.
- 591. But don't talk that way.
- 592. Am I different with you?
- 593. Less kind? Less loving?
- 594. You're the only one I love.
I'm your wife.
- 595. I love you.
- 596. Look at me.
- 597. I love you.
- 598. It's like if I had ten arms to hug you
- 599. and you ten arms for me.
- 600. We're all mixed together.
- 601. But l found myself with extra arms.
- 602. - I'm taking nothing from you, see?
- And she's not jealous?
- 603. She knows I love you.
She doesn't want to take anything.
- 604. You won't live with her?
- 605. Oh, no. Do you understand?
- 606. It's difficult. It's so new.
- 607. lf it hurts you...
- 608. I'll do what you want.
- 609. lf you ask me to do without her,
I'll do it.
- 610. I want you to be happy.
- 611. You and the kids.
- 612. You and l.
- 613. You first.
- 614. You know...
- 615. it's too bad to deprive oneself
of life and love.
- 616. lf you could love me the same...
- 617. Even more if you wish.
- 618. Maybe... Yes... I think I could.
- 619. You could?
- 620. - How much do you love me?
- Even more, since you're so happy.
- 621. My love!
- 622. Imagine a blanket of herbs
and walls of leaves.
- 623. That way we'd be all alone.
- 624. Mom, I've slept enough.
- 625. Where's Mom? In the woods?
- 626. - I don't know. I just woke up.
- Let's find her.
- 627. Excuse me. Have you seen
a blond with a blue dress?
- 628. No, mister.
- 629. I wasn't paying attention.
- 630. - Seen a blond woman in blue?
- A young woman, yes.
- 631. A blue dress with some yellow in it?
- 632. She walked by, holding flowers.
- 633. - A young blond lady?
- 634. A blue and yellow dress.
- 635. Look... What's happening there?
- 636. François can't keep them.
How would he manage?
- 637. I'm able to raise my daughter's children.
- 638. You live too far away, it's not possible.
- 639. We could do it too.
- 640. You're a son to us.
- 641. Easier if they come with us.
- 642. Three or five! They know each other.
- 643. We love them already.
- 644. lf I take Gisou, you the kid...
- 645. We can't separate them.
- 646. It's not that we don't want Gisou...
- 647. Uncle is right.
lf François agrees, we'll take them.
- 648. I'll be able to see them on Sundays.
- 649. Even in the evening on weekdays.
- 650. They are my children.
- 651. I know, it's terrible.
- 652. I'll go with the kids early August.
- 653. - Who are they with?
- My brother and his wife.
- 654. We're going to the Loire.
- 655. - And you?
- I'll come back.
- 656. Back to work in September. And you?
- 657. I'm here.
- 658. I'm happy and unhappy.
- 659. Can we put the radio on?
- 660. - Can I put the radio on?
- 661. You!
- 662. You bought a table.
- 663. And a record player.
- 664. I thought about you a lot.
- 665. It was a long summer for me.
- 666. I thought about you a lot too.
- 667. I still want to be happy...
- 668. if you're willing.
- 669. One thing I'm afraid of
is to take someone else's place.
- 670. I loved you both.
- 671. I miss Thérèse very much
and I love you.
- 672. That's not all.
- 673. The kids... I'd like you to love them.
- 674. I saw them. They're pretty.
- 675. - Maybe you don't want to marry.
- Doesn't matter.
- 676. You're my happiness.
You and your life.
- 677. I want you...
- 678. but not at night... here.
- 679. May I come tomorrow after work?
- 680. I'll be here at 6:00.
It's still daytime.
- 681. What about Sunday?
We'll go to the forest if you want.
- 682. Emilie, I brought some wood.
- 683. I'll make you a house.
- 684. I'll let you tame them.
I'm going for a walk.