- 1. Part 1 JUSTINE
- 2. Sir...
- 3. You can back up a little more if you want...
I think you need that extra...
- 4. I don't think he can hear you.
- 5. Sir, can you hear me up there?
- 6. Can you copy, sailor?
- 7. I think he's in a different county...
- 8. It's like five feet.
- 9. And now he stops. He's got five feet here.
- 10. That's good. Stop, stop, stop, stop!
- 11. Wait, wait, wait!
- 12. You're a little close.
I think he can keep going a little bit, maybe.
- 13. Oh, no, no, no.
He can't. I don't...
- 14. Be careful, please. It is not my car.
- 15. I promise.
- 16. Turn around to the left, please.
Stop there, sir.
- 17. Straighten up, sir.
- 18. Yeah, I think I'm good there, right?
- 19. You're not even looking.
- 20. I can see it's not looking good.
- 21. I'm a very experienced driver...
- 22. It's like really close on that side.
- 23. Yeah, don't go any further forward. Just straight...
- 24. How do I put it in...?
- 25. What?
- 26. This way?
- 27. Get out of the way.
- 28. Come on.
- 29. Sorry.
- 30. Yes, I know.
- 31. We're sorry.
- 32. I won't even bother saying how late you are.
- 33. Sorry. We're really sorry.
- 34. Hi.
- 35. Hi, Claire. So sorry.
- 36. Hi.
- 37. We probably should have taken something smaller.
- 38. This brilliant idea was yours of renting a stretch.
- 39. This is very much not my project, okay?
- 40. I spent the whole week with the dullest man on earth.
- 41. Not to mention the most expensive
wedding planner on the planet.
- 42. Okay, so you want this?
- 43. Yeah, of course.
- 44. So, when you're there... and that was two hours ago.
- 45. Okay.
- 46. All right, let's go.
- 47. What star is that?
- 48. I don't know.
- 49. John, you're a bit of an expert on stars,
- 50. I wouldn't say that.
- 51. Oh, yes you would.
- 52. Which one are you looking at exactly?
- 53. The red one.
- 54. I'm amazed you can see that.
- 55. That's Antares. It's the main star
in the Scorpio constellation.
- 56. Justine...
- 57. We just have to go to the stables to say hello to Abraham.
- 58. No, you're not.
- 59. Who's Abraham?
- 60. Abraham.
- 61. Look, I'm married.
- 62. Michael's my husband now.
- 63. I'm sure you two will like each other.
- 64. Nice to meet you.
- 65. I'm his mistress. I'm the only one who can ride him.
- 66. That's not exactly true.
- 67. What? Occasionally I take her for a ride.
- 68. See you later.
- 69. I can no longer be silent.
All the guests are waiting for more than two hours.
- 70. I know.
- 71. I'm at the end of my rope.
- 72. Welcome to the reception of Mr. Steinam, Mr. Marko.
- 73. Thank you.
Thank you, Little Father.
- 74. Would you be so good as to to participate
in the wedding bean lottery?
- 75. Of course.
- 76. Please submit your bid as to the total number
of beans in the bottle.
- 77. Yes, er... two million and six beans.
- 78. Two million and six beans.
- 79. Would you care to make a bid on behalf of your wife?
- 80. Oh, I don't dare to do that.
I really don't.
- 81. Very well, we'll let madam's bid remain open.
- 82. We made it.
- 83. Hi, Mom.
- 84. Love that dress.
- 85. Congratulations Aunt Steelbreaker.
- 86. Thanks, Leo.
- 87. What's this?
- 88. Wow!
- 89. Sweetheart.
- 90. Let me introduce you.
This is Betty... and Betty.
- 91. Betty and Betty, this is my daughter, Justine.
- 92. Hi, nice to meet you.
- 93. I'm gonna say hi to everybody.
Of course, of course.
- 94. Ladies and gentlemen...
- 95. We waited a while for this.
A toast to the bride and the groom.
- 96. Justine and Michael.
- 97. The tray must go left to right...
- 98. From left to right.
- 99. Justine, I don't want to make a speech.
- 100. Why? Please.
- 101. What are you doing?
- 102. You'll see.
- 103. Excuse me.
- 104. Neither of the ladies sitting next to me
has been given a spoon.
- 105. I'd like very much to have one.
- 106. Excuse me.
- 107. You're terrible.
- 108. Waiter.
- 109. Justine, would you mind slapping your father
for me hard, please.
- 110. Tim.
- 111. Justine, listen up, goddammit.
- 112. As most of you know,
I'm here tonight playing sort of a double role.
- 113. On Michael's side, I'm best man.
- 114. And, coincidentally, I'm also the employer of the bride.
- 115. I've got nothing bad to say about the groom, but...
- 116. The bride...
- 117. Justine...
- 118. Gorgeous woman...
- 119. Where's my tagline?
- 120. You were always great in coming up
with a tagline in a hurry.
- 121. What happened?
- 122. Did your emotional life suddenly take over?
- 123. Did finding the man of your life render you unable to work?
- 124. I'm just asking because if I were to choose between
- 125. a woman for my dear friend Michael and an employee...
- 126. I would always choose the employee.
- 127. Advertising, Justine, advertising.
- 128. Justine, you were way, way, way too good for advertising.
- 129. You know it, I know it, we all know it.
- 130. So thank you for staying with it.
- 131. I'm gonna let you and the rest of you
think about this tagline now
- 132. while I leak a bit of news.
- 133. Today the company hasn't lost a copywriter...
- 134. The company has gained a new art director.
- 135. And that's you, Justine.
- 136. Congratulations.
- 137. Goddammit, you earned it.
- 138. The father of the bride wants a word.
- 139. My dear girl, you look...
- 140. glowing today.
- 141. And me, I'm just a little confused
what with all the Bettys at my table.
- 142. Never seen you look so happy.
- 143. So, what can say without talking about your mother?
- 144. My wife of yesteryear.
- 145. Which is exactly what I don't wish to do.
- 146. I don't think that I would be revealing any secret
if I were to say
- 147. that she can be very domineering at times.
- 148. Domineering?
- 149. What a load of crap!
- 150. For those who don't know who I am,
I'm Claire and Justine's mother.
- 151. Justine, if you have any ambition at all,
- 152. it certainly doesn't come from your father's
side of the family.
- 153. Yes.
- 154. I wasn't at the church. I don't believe in marriage.
- 155. Claire, whom I have always taken for a sensible girl,
- 156. you've arranged a spectacular party.
- 157. Till death do us part and forever and ever...
Justine and Michael.
- 158. I just have one thing to say...
- 159. Enjoy it while it lasts.
- 160. I myself hate marriages.
- 161. Gaby, please.
- 162. Especially when they involve my closest family members.
- 163. Why did you even bother coming?
- 164. Justine, come with me.
- 165. Listen to me. We agreed that you weren't going
to make any scenes tonight.
- 166. The don't want any scenes.
- 167. No, we don't!
- 168. No.
- 169. Look at me when I'm talking to you.
- 170. But I didn't do anything.
- 171. You know what I mean.
- 172. Okay.
- 173. Okay.
- 174. Katherine has demanded the floor.
- 175. Where is the bride?
- 176. I've looked everywhere, no bride.
- 177. Now the groom is going to give a speech for the bride.
- 178. Dear Justine...
- 179. What are you doing to me?
I've never given a speech before.
- 180. I'm serious, I've never given a speech before.
- 181. Justine is the speaker.
She can say the most wonderful things, but...
- 182. Then let her make the speech, damn it.
- 183. Justine...
- 184. I love you so much...
- 185. And never dreamed that I would have
such a gorgeous wife.
- 186. I believe that I'm the luckiest man on Earth.
- 187. I love you.
- 188. That's kind of it. That's all I have.
- 189. Hello, everyone, we're going to move to the living room
- 190. so that we can clear some tables.
- 191. Then the newlyweds will dance.
- 192. And then, at eleven thirty,
the bride and groom will cut the cake in here.
- 193. He wants to be put to bed.
- 194. Sweety, you did so good.
- 195. I wanna do it.
- 196. No, tonight's your night.
- 197. Are you sure?
Yeah, come on.
- 198. Good night, sweetheart.
Come on, come here.
- 199. Are you comfortable?
- 200. When are we gonna build caves together?
- 201. We're gonna build lots of caves together.
Just not tonight.
- 202. You're still my aunt Steelbreaker, aren't you?
- 203. Yes. It's exactly who I am.
- 204. Justine...
- 205. Hi, Claire.
- 206. I'm just taking a little nap.
- 207. Don't nap, it's your wedding.
- 208. You're not even halfway through yet.
- 209. No. You're right.
- 210. I have to pull myself together.
- 211. What's going on, Justine?
- 212. I'm trudging in through this...
- 213. Praying really hard.
- 214. It's clinging to my legs.
- 215. It's really heavy to drag along.
- 216. No, you're not.
- 217. I know you'll hate to hear it.
- 218. Don't say a word to Michael.
- 219. You think I'm stupid?
- 220. I'll get her.
- 221. And my mom, too.
- 222. Justine, It's John.
We're ready to cut the cake, sweetheart.
- 223. Please come downstairs as soon as you can, okay?
- 224. Gaby...
- 225. Gaby...
- 226. Gaby, I'm sorry to disturb you,
but we're ready to cut the cake.
- 227. When Justine took her first crap on her potty,
I wasn't there.
- 228. When she had her first sexual intercourse,
I wasn't there.
- 229. So give me a break, please,
with all your fucking rituals.
- 230. Unbelievable, fucking unbelievable.
- 231. Everyone, thank you for being so patient.
- 232. We're just having a little issue with the wedding dress.
She'll be right down.
- 233. Those bitches have locked themselves in their bedrooms
and now they're taking a bath.
- 234. Is everybody in your family stark raving mad?
- 235. This is embarrassing.
- 236. We should have put showers in the guest wing.
I've said it a hundred times.
- 237. For fuck's sakes, if people want to linger in a bath,
stay at home.
- 238. Here we offer you an 18 hole golf course,
where else would they get that?
- 239. Nowhere.
- 240. Unbelievable!
- 241. That's it, she's out.
- 242. Your mother.
- 243. Unbelievable.
- 244. She ruined my wedding. I will not look at her.
- 245. Outstanding.
- 246. My God, we cut it.
- 247. I'm sorry.
- 248. No, don't say that.
- 249. You should never say you're sorry.
- 250. I can see that you're not feeling well tonight.
- 251. You should have seen you weren't ready yesterday.
- 252. I haven't been taking care of you lately.
- 253. It's my fault.
- 254. Can we talk somewhere?
- 255. Sit down, please.
- 256. I wasn't going to give you this until tomorrow.
- 257. I found our plot of land.
- 258. They call it Empire apples.
- 259. They're bright red and very sweet.
- 260. But with the perfect tartness.
- 261. I had one as a kid.
- 262. Beautiful, huh?
- 263. In ten years' time, when the trees have grown
you can sit in the shade, in a chair.
- 264. If you still have days when you're feeling a little sad...
- 265. I think that will make you happy again.
- 266. It's very sweet.
- 267. Yeah?
- 268. No wonder you've been so busy.
- 269. I signed the deed for it yesterday,
I didn't want to tell you.
- 270. Here.
- 271. No, you should have it,
- 272. I want you to have it with you all the time
and hold on to it.
- 273. So you can look at it once in a while.
- 274. I'll always keep with me.
- 275. Maybe we can have a little swing
hanging from one of the trees.
- 276. We'll talk about that when the time comes.
- 277. Yeah, no... of course.
- 278. When the time comes.
- 279. Goodbye.
- 280. You'd better be goddamn happy.
- 281. Yes, I should be.
- 282. I really should be.
- 283. Do you have any idea how much this party cost me?
A ballpark figure?
- 284. No.
- 285. I don't.
- 286. Should I?
Yes, I think you should.
- 287. A great deal of money.
- 288. A huge amount of money.
- 289. In fact, for most people, an arm and a leg.
- 290. I hope you feel it's well spent.
- 291. Well, that depends on whether or not we have a deal.
- 292. A deal?
Yes, a deal.
- 293. That you'll be happy.
- 294. Yes, of course. Of course we have a deal.
- 295. Good.
- 296. Congratulations.
- 297. I tried to throw your mother out.
- 298. Yes, you usually do.
- 299. Yes, I do.
- 300. Thank you.
- 301. It's a wonderful party you've given me.
- 302. How many holes are on our golf course?
- 303. Eighteen.
- 304. That's right.
- 305. Happy? Yeah.
- 306. This is the young man.
- 307. Congratulations.
- 308. I'm Tim.
- 309. Tim started working for us two days ago.
- 310. He happens to be my nephew, but ignore that.
- 311. Tim thought I wouldn't be able to squeeze that tagline
out of you tonight.
- 312. I thought it might be difficult.
- 313. You're colleagues. I hired him the moment I heard
about his education.
- 314. What education is perfect if you want to make it
in Public Relations?
- 315. Tim?
- 316. None at all, of course.
- 317. It was almost too perfect.
- 318. He knows nothing. I hired him on the spot.
- 319. And at a very good salary. What do you say, Tim?
- 320. A very good salary.
- 321. Welcome, then, Tim.
- 322. There's just a slight catch
to a very good job with a very good salary.
- 323. The salary is very good.
- 324. Why, what are you pushing Tim into doing?
- 325. To get that damn tagline out of you tonight.
- 326. Otherwise he's out on his ear, which sucks,
considering the debts he's in.
- 327. Goodbye.
- 328. Once you give her a job, she won't let go.
- 329. You gotta be there at the time of birth,
so you follow her now.
- 330. I mean, get that tagline.
- 331. Do let me know if the tagline's there
and I'll jot it down.
- 332. Spare me.
- 333. I'll go out for a minute.
- 334. I'm really sorry.
- 335. I'm thrilled about this wedding
and I know it's costing John a lot of money.
- 336. John's filthy mouth...
He needs to shut up about it.
- 337. It's not about the cost.
- 338. It's just that I thought you really wanted this.
- 339. But I do.
- 340. Michael has tried to get through to you all evening
to no avail.
- 341. That's not true.
- 342. I smile and smile and smile...
- 343. You're lying to all of us.
- 344. Don't you miss this?
- 345. What do you want in this place?
- 346. You've no business here.
- 347. Nor have I.
- 348. Your sister, it seems, is somewhat bewitched by you.
- 349. Mom...
- 350. I'm a bit scared.
- 351. A bit?
- 352. I'd be scared out of my wits if I were you.
- 353. No, it's something else, I...
- 354. I'm frightened, Mom.
- 355. I have trouble walking properly.
- 356. You can still wobble, I see.
- 357. So just wobble the hell out of here.
- 358. Stop dreaming, Justine.
- 359. I'm scared.
We all are, sweetie.
- 360. Just forget it. Get the hell out of here.
- 361. No, thanks.
- 362. Everybody, excuse me.
- 363. Could you all follow us outside, please.
- 364. Betty, Betty, Betty...
- 365. Another glass, please.
- 366. Are you really called Betty?
- 367. No sir, sorry.
Don't worry about it.
- 368. Dad, can we talk?
- 369. Could you sit with me for a little while?
- 370. Wait. What?
- 371. Wait.
- 372. Get out of me.
- 373. Michael, can you give me a moment?
- 374. Just give me a moment, please.
- 375. Can I have a moment, please?
- 376. Yeah... of course.
- 377. Can you zip me?
- 378. Are you okay?
- 379. Okay.
- 380. Hi.
- 381. Good night. Have a good time.
- 382. I'm on my way home, my darling.
- 383. Please, Dad, I really need to talk to you.
- 384. Little Father...
- 385. My dad would like to spend the night.
Is there a room available?
- 386. Room number eight is vacant.
- 387. We could prepare that for your father.
- 388. Well...
Yes, my father likes that.
- 389. Then we can have breakfast in the morning.
- 390. Justine...
- 391. Why don't you come and have onion soup with us?
- 392. Tim. Get us some soup.
- 393. How's your wonderful night going?
- 394. It's too bad about Tim.
- 395. What about Tim?
- 396. He got fired.
- 397. He didn't last many hours in the business, but...
- 398. then again, it's a rather unpredictable one,
you're king one day and beggar the next.
- 399. So you go back to wherever you came from,
- 400. I'm glad we found each other, Jack.
I was looking for you.
- 401. Didn't I tell you? She can't stop working,
not even on your wedding night.
- 402. I had nothing at the dinner...
- 403. But I've been playing with an idea for a small campaign.
- 404. The problem is, how do we effectively hook
a group of minors
- 405. on our substandard product,
- 406. preferably in a habit-forming way?
- 407. And I've reached a conclusion in regards to the tagline.
- 408. I was just thinking, what if...
- 409. instead...
- 410. we try to sell you to the public, Jack?
- 411. Then, surprisingly,
I arrived right back where I started from.
- 412. At nothing.
- 413. Nothing? It's not such a bad tagline, Jack.
- 414. Would my newly fledged aide please
expand a little on the thoughts of the tagline?
- 415. Nothing is too much for you, Jack.
- 416. I hate you and your firm so deeply
- 417. I couldn't find the words to describe it.
- 418. You are a despicable, power-hungry little man, Jack.
- 419. Is that a resignation?
- 420. 'Cause there aren't too many jobs out there,
I tell you.
- 421. I broke my plate.
- 422. So I...
- 423. I guess we'll...
- 424. take off now.
- 425. Yes.
- 426. This could have been a lot different.
- 427. Yes, Michael, that have been.
- 428. But, Michael...
- 429. what did you expect?
- 430. Yeah.
- 431. You're right.
- 432. Claire...
- 433. Sometimes, I hate you so much.
- 434. The way I see it, you're now short of a boss
and a husband.
- 435. Could I, in all my humility, offer my services?
- 436. You have the ideas, I have the head for business.
- 437. We could be the perfect couple.
- 438. We've had good sex.
- 439. I don't think that's a very good idea.
- 440. No.
- 441. No.
- 442. Excuse me, the result is ready.
- 443. What?
- 444. The number of beans in the bottle has been arrived at.
- 445. And?
- 446. Six hundred and seventy-eight.
That's the final count.
- 447. Six hundred and seventy-eight?
- 448. And none of the guests got it right.
- 449. Really?
- 450. Some were pretty close, but no one guessed right.
- 451. Incredible.
You could say that.
- 452. Incredibly trivial.
- 453. But that's the result of the competition.
- 454. And a lot of people would like to know the result.
- 455. And then there is the prize.
- 456. Throw it away.
- 457. Dad...
- 458. To my beloved daughter, Betty.
- 459. I'm as proud of you as any father could be.
- 460. But I couldn't find you and I was offered a ride home
I couldn't refuse.
- 461. See you soon. Kisses from your stupid dad.
- 462. Justine, wake up.
- 463. Wake up.
- 464. We're going for a ride.
- 465. I tried, Claire.
- 466. Yes, you did.
- 467. You really did.
- 468. Come on.
- 469. Come on, Abraham, come.
- 470. Come on, lets go. Come on!
- 471. The red star is missing from Scorpio.
- 472. Antares is no longer there.
- 473. Part 2 CLAIRE
- 474. I swear to God, your sister can't do anything by herself.
- 475. Hello, darling. How are you?
- 476. Just do as I've told you.
- 477. There's a taxi down the street waiting for you.
I already told her that.
- 478. Just open the door, and get in.
- 479. Unbelievable.
- 480. Just get in the cab, darling.
- 481. Well, then call me back if you can't make it to the cab.
- 482. We'll pay for it when you arrive.
Don't worry about it.
- 483. We'll see about that.
- 484. I love you, darling.
- 485. Please, John, she's my sister.
- 486. She's a bad influence on you and Leo.
- 487. She's ill.
- 488. Right.
- 489. Have you been going online again?
- 490. Claire, you promised.
- 491. I'm afraid of that stupid planet.
That stupid planet?
- 492. That wonderful planet, you mean.
- 493. First it was black, now it's blue.
- 494. Blocking Antares, hiding behind the sun.
- 495. Darling, this is going to be the most amazing experience
we will have in our lives.
- 496. It won't be here in five days,
and it is not going to hit us.
- 497. Just like it didn't hit Mercury, as we knew it wouldn't.
- 498. And it didn't hit Venus, as we well knew it wouldn't.
- 499. And it won't hit Earth, as we know it won't.
- 500. Claire, look at me.
- 501. Sweetheart, you have to trust a scientist.
- 502. They say that it will hit...
- 503. No they don't, that's not true.
- 504. Not the real scientists.
- 505. Now, the prophets of doom they'll write
whatever they can to get attract attention.
- 506. But the real scientists, all of them agree.
- 507. Melancholy is just gonna pass right in front of us.
- 508. And it's gonna be the most beautiful sight ever.
- 509. Now, I wish you'd watch it through the telescope with me.
- 510. Please.
No, I'd better not.
- 511. Son of a bitch.
- 512. When are we going to build those caves,
- 513. Sweetheart, not right now.
We're gonna do that in a little while.
- 514. Okay?
- 515. She's still sleeping.
- 516. Yes, but she has to get up now.
- 517. What are you making?
- 518. Meatloaf.
- 519. Meatloaf?
- 520. If that's doesn't get her out of bed, nothing will.
- 521. Time to wake up, Justine. No more sleeping.
- 522. Going to take you to a nice bath.
How would you like that? Come on.
- 523. You'll see you'll like it.
I promise. Come on.
- 524. I'll wash you, okay?
- 525. Just lift your foot.
- 526. Go on.
- 527. Lift your foot.
- 528. You need a bath.
- 529. You need to wash. Right?
I'm so tired...
- 530. Come on, try.
- 531. I can not.
- 532. Justine, you'll like it.
- 533. See?
- 534. It's nice, it's a nice bath.
- 535. Justine... Please.
- 536. Okay, so...
- 537. We've practiced for tomorrow.
- 538. And I have a surprise for you for dinner.
- 539. Can you smell it?
- 540. Meatloaf?
- 541. Surprise!
- 542. It tastes like ashes.
- 543. It's all right, sis.
- 544. Auntie Steelbreaker's crying.
Don't worry, son.
- 545. Do you want to go back up?
- 546. May I be excused?
- 547. Take one more bite.
- 548. Look.
- 549. It's a planet that has been hiding behind the sun.
- 550. And now it passes by us.
- 551. It's called a Fly by.
- 552. It's not something you need to frighten
aunt Steelbreaker with now.
- 553. If you think I'm afraid of a planet,
then you're too stupid.
- 554. Just a few things we're gonna need
in case of Melancholy gets really close.
- 555. Look, I'd really appreciate it
if you didn't mention this to Claire.
- 556. She gets anxious so easily.
- 557. Come on, Justine.
- 558. Take it. That's it.
- 559. Come on, Justine, take him out.
- 560. Justine, take him out!
- 561. Come on.
- 562. Come on!
- 563. Come on!
- 564. Don't beat him!
- 565. Come on!
- 566. Justine, don't beat him!
- 567. Stop.
- 568. There it is.
- 569. There's your Fly by.
- 570. You don't touch the instrument.
Come on Leo.
- 571. Look.
- 572. Our son has invented a very fine device.
- 573. If you adjust the steel
and point it towards the planet from your chest
- 574. it'll tell you how fast it's approaching
and ultimately how fast it will recede.
- 575. Okay.
- 576. Leo...
- 577. What are we excited about?
- 578. Tomorrow night.
- 579. Wow, that's amazing.
- 580. Amazing isn't it?
Let me look.
- 581. Earth & Melancholia
Dance of Death
- 582. John!
- 583. John!
- 584. Coming.
- 585. We're prepared for this. The power will be back on
in a few days.
- 586. Claire...
- 587. Tomorrow evening Melancholy will pass us by
- 588. and you'll never have to see it again, okay?
- 589. So it won't hit us?
- 590. Not a chance.
- 591. What if your scientists have miscalculated and...
- 592. They haven't.
- 593. You promise?
- 594. Of course I do.
- 595. I promise.
- 596. It's rising again.
- 597. Just like the moon.
- 598. Because of the Earth's rotation.
- 599. Exactly like they said it would.
- 600. Are you hungry? No, thanks.
- 601. Are you okay?
- 602. Do you plan to kill us all?
- 603. Maybe I should take those.
Don't touch them.
- 604. Don't you touch them.
- 605. Justine, come and have a bath.
I've had a bath.
- 606. Really?
Yes, I'm very clean.
- 607. Little Father didn't come to work.
- 608. I checked the noteboard.
He didn't leave one.
- 609. I tried to call him, but maybe something's wrong
with the phone.
- 610. You see, it's never happened before
that he didn't come to work without giving us notice.
- 611. Does he have a family?
- 612. He lives in the village...
- 613. I do not know if he has a family.
- 614. Maybe this is a time when he needs to be with them.
- 615. It'll pass us by tonight.
- 616. John is quite calm about it.
- 617. Does that calm you down?
- 618. Yes, of course.
- 619. Well, John studies things. He always has.
- 620. The earth is evil.
- 621. We don't need to grieve for it.
- 622. What?
- 623. Nobody will miss it.
- 624. But where would Leo grow up?
- 625. All I know is...
- 626. Life on earth is evil.
- 627. There may be life somewhere else.
- 628. No, there isn't.
- 629. How do you know?
- 630. Because I know things.
- 631. Oh, yes, you always imagine, you did.
- 632. I know we're alone.
- 633. I don't think you know that at all.
- 634. Six hundred and seventy-eight.
- 635. The bean lottery.
- 636. Nobody guessed the amount of beans in the bottle.
- 637. No, that's right.
- 638. But I know.
- 639. Six hundred and seventy-eight.
- 640. Well, perhaps...
- 641. What does that prove?
- 642. That I know things.
- 643. And when I say we're alone...
- 644. We're alone.
- 645. Life exists only on Earth.
- 646. And not for long.
- 647. I can stay up all evening till the middle of the night...
- 648. when we get to see the planet fly by,
and I get to look at the telescope.
- 649. Yes, of course, darling.
- 650. But are you sure you can stay up that late?
- 651. You haven't slept much lately.
- 652. Yes, I can.
- 653. Can't I, Auntie Steelbreaker?
- 654. Can't I?
Yes, you can. Of course you can.
- 655. It's eleven. It's almost here.
- 656. Leo, sweetheart.
- 657. It's time to wake up.
- 658. Leo.
- 659. Leo.
- 660. There.
- 661. Leo should be watching this.
- 662. My God.
- 663. There.
- 664. Take a look.
- 665. Are you afraid?
- 666. No, it looks...
- 667. It looks friendly.
- 668. Yes.
- 669. That's what I've been trying to explain to you.
- 670. My God.
- 671. I'd like to raise a toast.
- 672. To life.
- 673. To life? What do you mean, to life?
- 674. You said it was going to be okay.
- 675. There was no sense in alarming everybody.
- 676. So, you're saying that our lives were in danger?
- 677. No, I was saying...
- 678. No, I'm saying that when dealing with science
and calculations of this magnitude...
- 679. you have to account for a margin of error.
That's all I'm saying.
- 680. I'm sorry.
- 681. It's not fun any more.
- 682. Actually it's moving away from us as we speak.
- 683. You just can't see it through the naked eye.
- 684. Come here.
- 685. Put this to your chest.
- 686. Aim it up at the planet.
- 687. Is that right?
- 688. In five minutes... it'll be smaller.
- 689. I can't breathe.
Just relax, relax.
- 690. This is normal. It's taking part of our atmosphere.
- 691. For a little while, it's gonna make us winded.
- 692. Just try and breathe calmly.
- 693. Just breathe.
- 694. Just breathe.
- 695. There you go.
- 696. Just try to breathe calmly.
- 697. There you go.
- 698. Please, can I look now?
- 699. Of course.
- 700. It's smaller.
- 701. Of course it is.
- 702. It's smaller! It's smaller!
- 703. Sure. Of course it is.
- 704. It's moving away from us at over
sixty thousand miles an hour.
- 705. For heaven's sake...
- 706. Come here.
- 707. Mom...
- 708. We have to stay up...
- 709. I wanna look through the telescope...
- 710. Breathe calmly.
- 711. Be happy, please.
- 712. If I dare, you can do it.
- 713. I'm happy you're happy.
- 714. You have it easy, don't you?
- 715. I imagined the worst thing possible.
- 716. That's right, Claire.
Sometimes it's easy being me.
- 717. Hi, darling.
- 718. Do you want tea?
No, thank you.
- 719. Something to drink?
- 720. John!
- 721. John!
- 722. John!
- 723. John.
- 724. John.
- 725. John.
- 726. John!
- 727. I can't find John. Do you know where he is?
- 728. No.
- 729. I was just listening.
- 730. There's something different.
- 731. The horses... They've come down.
- 732. John...
- 733. Good morning, Mom.
- 734. Get a blanket.
- 735. Justine, breakfast.
- 736. Where's John?
- 737. He rode to the village.
- 738. Why didn't he just take the car?
- 739. Abraham needed a ride.
- 740. Since you never ride him.
- 741. Come with me.
- 742. Justine...
- 743. Come!
- 744. Claire...
- 745. Claire. Dammit... what...?
- 746. Claire.
- 747. Where are you going?
To the village. Come.
- 748. This has nothing to do with the village.
- 749. Get in!
- 750. I want us to be together when it happens.
- 751. Outside on the terrace.
- 752. Help me, Justine.
- 753. I want to do this the right way.
- 754. Better do it quickly.
- 755. A glass of wine together, maybe?
- 756. You want me to have a glass of wine on your terrace?
- 757. Yes, would you do it, sis?
- 758. How about a song?
- 759. Beethoven's Ninth...
- 760. Something like that?
- 761. Perhaps we could light some candles.
- 762. You just want us all to gather on your terrace
- 763. sing a song and have a glass of wine...
- 764. the three of us.
- 765. Yes, that would make me happy.
- 766. Do you know what I think of your plan?
- 767. No.
- 768. I only think that he might like it.
- 769. I think it's a piece of shit.
- 770. Justine, please...
- 771. I just wanted to be nice.
- 772. Nice?
- 773. Why don't we meet in the fucking toilet?
- 774. Then let's not.
- 775. You're damn right, let's not.
- 776. Sometimes I hate you so much, Justine.
- 777. I'm afraid that the planet will hit us, anyway.
- 778. Don't be... please.
- 779. Dad said there is nothing to do, then...
- 780. Nowhere to hide.
- 781. If your dad said that,
then he's forgotten about something.
- 782. He's forgotten about the magic cave.
- 783. The magic cave...
- 784. Is that something everybody can make?
- 785. Aunt Steelbreaker can.
- 786. All right, let's go find stick, all right?
- 787. Hold my hand.