- 1. The Mirror of Pleasure
- 2. In three days, I'll marry.
- 3. It will be the happiest day of my life
because I'll leave this old house.
- 4. Everything began with the birth
of my sister Marie.
- 5. Our mother died soon after.
- 6. From that moment,
my father completely forgot me.
- 7. And focused all his attention and care
- 8. I hated her for long years.
- 9. Then, the almost passionate love she
held for me helped to overcome jealousy.
- 10. And I began to love her.
- 11. My life changed when I met Arthur.
- 12. A young archaeology student.
- 13. Are you Professor Whitman?
- 14. Yes, that's me.
- 15. What do you want?
- 16. I come on behalf of Prof. Rosenthal.
- 17. I'm preparing my thesis in archaeology.
- 18. He gave me a letter for you.
- 19. Ah, the dear old Rosenthal.
- 20. I hope you have less extravegant ideas.
- 21. He says you're his favorite student.
He asked me to help you.
- 22. What can I do for you?
- 23. My thesis is on the ancient
civilization of the island of Madeira.
- 24. You must expect many delusions.
- 25. Most of all because remaining
testimonies are few.
- 26. And secondly, the habitants don't like
the intrusion of strangers.
- 27. Before I met Arthur, I dated few men,
and always in secret.
- 28. I was afraid my sister would be
jealous of them.
- 29. She hated all my friends.
- 30. But when she first saw Arthur,
she fell in love right away.
- 31. He was so childlike, pure.
- 32. So different from all the others.
- 33. He always spoke to me about his work.
- 34. And his homeland.
- 35. Norway is a fantastic country.
- 36. Very different from yours.
- 37. In summer, the lakes filled
with fresh, clear water.
- 38. The young took advantage of it and
took baths completely naked.
- 39. At night, they light fires, sing, play
and make love.
- 40. In Norway the youth are very free.
- 41. The typical guys take pleasure in it,
but for me it's different.
- 42. For me, love is something
more important, deeper.
- 43. What I loved in you, from the moment I
first kissed you, is you gave me soul.
- 44. You wanted to see me?
I suppose it's about Annette.
- 45. I'd already thought about
telling you this, but...
- 46. I've always avoided the subject.
- 47. I entered your house with affection.
- 48. But it was totally natural.
- 49. You gave me valued advice,
and helped me in my studies, but...
- 50. I have to ask you for something else.
- 51. - Annette and I...
- Want to get married.
- 52. Thank you for making this easier.
- 53. Are you both sure you want to do this?
- 54. Today's youth makes hasty decisions,
- 55. Their marriages are destined to last
for a short time.
- 56. But, Arthur, in any case, you'll marry
my daughter in front of God.
- 57. Dad.
- 58. Dad, where are you?
- 59. I'm here.
- 60. Dad.
- 61. Annette's wedding...
- 62. Do you think she'll be happy?
- 63. Do you really believe
she'll marry this foriegner?
- 64. I have the impression you're not worried
about Arthur's name or nationality.
- 65. You're worried you'll lose Annette.
- 66. That's all.
- 67. You're right.
- 68. I can't bear the idea that
she'd leave us for a man.
- 69. He's a thief.
- 70. I understand your feelings, dear.
- 71. I feel the same way.
- 72. The house will be empty without her.
- 73. My life will be empty.
- 74. She was more than a sister for me.
- 75. She was my mother.
- 76. My friend.
- 77. My companion.
- 78. Come on, be strong.
- 79. It's not that bad.
- 80. She'll stay on the island.
- 81. You will always be able to see her.
- 82. No, Dad.
- 83. I'll never see her again.
- 84. Oh, Aunt Adele, they brought me
my wedding dress.
- 85. Aren't you uncomfortable?
- 86. - I'm just fine!
- 87. You'll be better with this table.
You can put your things on it.
- 88. I'm worried I'll rearrange
your father's furniture.
- 89. And one day ruin one of his
masterpieces from the 1700's.
- 90. Your father's a real madman.
- 91. Aunt, I want to thank you for...
filling the hole left by Mom.
- 92. There's no need to say that.
- 93. I've always loved you like
a daughter. You're my favorite niece.
- 94. Now you need think only of your wedding
and of being happy.
- 95. - Forget it.
- 96. Sure we'll feel lonely without you.
- 97. But rest assured it will all go well.
- 98. Thank you, Aunt.
- 99. Oh, how beautiful you are, Annette!
- 100. Go show your sister and father.
- 101. But before the wedding - won't
that bring bad luck?
- 102. Only if it's the groom!
- 103. I'll go!
- 104. Marie?
- 105. Marie, are you here?
- 106. Marie, answer me!
- 107. Marie, do you hear me or not?
- 108. Marie, where are you? Marie!
- 109. Marie!
- 110. Marie!
- 111. Dad! Dad!
- 112. Try to control your pain.
- 113. Thank you for everything Arthur.
- 114. You gave Marie a dignified funeral.
- 115. And you provided a medical cerificate
showing death by natual causes.
- 116. It was the least I could do.
- 117. Would you like me to keep you company
- 118. No.
- 119. Why do you say no?
- 120. I don't have a reason!
- 121. Annette, do you want me to call you
in a few days?
- 122. No.
- 123. You mustn't call me anymore.
- 124. At least for now.
- 125. I understand. We'll have to
reschedule the wedding.
- 126. It's not a good time for it.
- 127. No, it's not about that. I'm asking
you to not contact me anymore.
- 128. Because, I have no intention to marry
you anymore, Arthur.
- 129. Don't ask me why.
I don't know even know.
- 130. I feel a great emptyness inside me.
- 131. Do you think that if we let
some time pass...
- 132. No, it wouldn't do anything.
- 133. I beg you, Annette, listen to me.
- 134. Arthur, I don't love you anymore.
- 135. Believe me, I don't love anyone.
- 136. Truly.
- 137. You have to forgive me, Arthur...
- 138. If this makes you suffer.
- 139. But that's how it is.
- 140. I don't love you anymore.
- 141. You have to forget me.
- 142. It's been a wonderful story.
- 143. Thank you for everything, Arthur.
- 144. Goodbye.
- 145. You wanted to see me, Dad?
- 146. Yes, in fact.
- 147. Dad...
- 148. I'm leaving, I can't stay here.
- 149. Why do you want to leave?
- 150. This house oppresses me.
- 151. Even though I know that I'm leaving you.
- 152. I have to leave.
- 153. I'm no longer happy here.
- 154. Where do you think you're going?
- 155. And the wedding?
- 156. What does Arthur think of all this?
- 157. I'm not going to marry Arthur.
- 158. I don't love him anymore.
- 159. Ah, no?
- 160. By now, it's all over between us.
- 161. How will you support yourself?
- 162. You're not the type to comprimise.
- 163. You forget that I play piano and
have a nice voice.
- 164. I can make an honest living.
- 165. Sure, you're an independent woman
capable of living by your own means.
- 166. Poor me, at my age, without the love
of my daughters.
- 167. But you're not alone. Aunt Adele will
look after you.
- 168. Try to understand how I feel, Dad.
- 169. You succeeded.
- 170. You convinced me to come.
- 171. You wanted me to see your miserable room
in this squalid hotel and...
- 172. Satisfied?
- 173. You're not afraid your wife will come
here suddenly and catch us?
- 174. She won't come.
She's busy with her lover.
- 175. Let's hope so.
This room reminds me of an old film...
- 176. That I saw once with my dad.
- 177. The star was chased by the police and
hid out in a room like this. Seen it?
- 178. You're amazing.
- 179. Don't be cute. Answer me.
- 180. I'm being serious.
- 181. I want to know if you've seen the film.
- 182. I can think only of your face.
- 183. I've never seen one more beautiful
in all my life.
- 184. One just can't speak seriously with you.
- 185. It doesn't appeal to me.
- 186. I want to make love, now.
- 187. - No, I don't feel like it, Bill.
- Why not?
- 188. You must not love me.
- 189. Why?
- 190. Leave me alone!
- 191. - Annette, you're up in a few minutes.
- OK. I'll go.
- 192. What's up?
- 193. - Play another piece. I'll back soon.
- 194. - Everything OK?
- 195. I see you know my wife.
- 196. - Sure, the two of us are good friends.
- Come to the house later?
- 197. - Can I come?
- 198. You'll come too, right?
- 199. Maybe he won't like it.
- 200. This way we can be among friends.
Isn't that a good idea, Arnett?
- 201. - There's a good crowd tonight, right?
- Not really.
- 202. I'm thirsty.
- 203. Lover, why don't you bring me
something to drink?
- 204. What's up, Annette?
- 205. Are you very tired?
- 206. My musicians are talented, aren't they?
- 207. Come here, I want to tell you a secret.
I love you.
- 208. - You rehearsed that.
- But it's the truth. I love you.
- 209. Let's take a walk, you and me.
- 210. And her?
- 211. Don't worry about it.
- 212. She's been drinking?
- 213. As usual.
- 214. Mooching off other drunks.
- 215. Come on, can you explain to me
what she's got to do with all this?
- 216. Everyone gets drunk here.
- 217. Listen, I'm going to the park.
I'll wait for you there.
- 218. Promise to join me
when the show is over.
- 219. OK, wait for me.
- 220. - I'll come as soon as I can.
- 221. Bill. Bill. My love.
Don't go. I need you.
- 222. - Leave me in peace, Gloria.
- Don't abandon me. Don't be stupid.
- 223. - I love only you. Don't go, I beg you.
- I said leave me alone!
- 224. Annette, go to the piano please.
- 225. Come on.
- 226. Go this way. Come on.
- 227. Hey, let Annette sit here.
- 228. Annette, play your piece.
- 229. Annette! Annette, do you hear me?
- 230. It's me, Marie.
- 231. I'm waiting for you. Come play with us.
- 232. I waiting for you, Annette. Come.
- 233. Come, Annette. With me you'll be happy.
- 234. Forget the piano.
- 235. Can you hear me?
- 236. Annette. My sister.
- 237. Annette. What are you waiting for?
- 238. Come on. Come.
- 239. Marie.
- 240. Look at me good.
- 241. You need to go to who you love.
- 242. And kill him!
- 243. Little one, don't stop yourself.
- 244. Annette, remember. You have to do it.
If you want my soul to find peace.
- 245. You're so cold.
- 246. Why do you look at me that way, Annette?
- 247. I don't recongize you. What happened?
You're so strange. You're not yourself.
- 248. Kill him! Kill him!
- 249. Annette! What's happening?
Come on, calm down. What's wrong?
- 250. It's nothing. I'm better now.
It's happened before. It's no big deal.
- 251. Better now?
- 252. It's passed. I'm much better.
Don't worry about it.
- 253. Then play something else.
- 254. Come on, Annette. Something upbeat!
- 255. Annette, do you know what time it is?
- 256. It's almost 2.
And you're still sleeping!
- 257. Michel, it depends on what time
one goes to bed!
- 258. - Get up, I'll pick you up in 30 minutes.
- OK, I'll get up.
- 259. - Where are we going?
- I don't know. We'll see.
- 260. I'll go to your place.
Don't make me wait.
- 261. OK. But use the horn, you know
how deaf I am.
- 262. Don't worry. You'll hear me. If I
need to, I'll wake the neighbourhood.
- 263. Michel, I'm coming!
- 264. Michel! Michel!
- 265. - What are we going to eat?
- You decide: spanish, german, mexican?
- 266. - No, I want to eat something exotic!
- OK, you want something unusual.
- 267. It would be great! Imagine, my Medea
all dressed up.
- 268. With golden candleabra.
A classical look.
- 269. In its content and form. Medea.
- 270. The opera is tragic, but romantic.
True to its Greek source. Get it?
- 271. Do you think it's a good find?
- 272. - You like the dinner?
- Yes, a lot.
- 273. Wanna taste? It's delicious.
- 274. Look at how you eat that...
you're like a pig.
- 275. No, don't be silly. Eat it like I do,
with your hands.
- 276. I rented a theatre. It's all paid for.
- 277. It's equisite.
- 278. Down to the fingertips.
- 279. You dirty man!
- 280. I've already figured out the roles.
- 281. Michel plays the piano on stage.
- 282. I've decided to dole everything out.
- 283. The costumes are ready.
- 284. Even the backdrops.
Yesterday I even showed the financiers.
- 285. I was afraid they'd make me
- 286. I'm only missing one thing.
- 287. It's the most important thing.
- 288. Medea. I've auditioned over 20 actresses
but none worked out.
- 289. It was nothing doing.
- 290. Either too fat, or too thin.
- 291. I'm in trouble. Really. Understand?
- 292. Too old, or too young. Too whorish.
- 293. - So, I thought...
- 294. I ask you only to audition.
- 295. Listen, it's not complicated.
- 296. No, no, no!
You won't convince me!
- 297. I've never studing acting, and I've
never thought to get on a stage.
- 298. You must be ridicolous.
You can't ask me that.
- 299. What's the harm in auditioning?
You'll see that you like it!
- 300. Think of the opening night. Of the
applause you'll receive!
- 301. It will last til 'dawn. And when we're
alone, we'll celebrate in bed!
- 302. I guarantee I've never spoken more
- 303. You have to believe me.
I'm certain you can solve my problem.
- 304. I'll give you a hand, OK?
- 305. You'll see it will be a big success.
Don't make me beg! Please...
- 306. No!
- 307. From the audience the stage is
frightening, but from here it's not.
- 308. I'm not scared.
- 309. - Bring a couch on stage. Quickly!
- 310. Put it here.
Come on, sit down.
- 311. Imagine being on the toilet.
- 312. The Eumenides have spoken.
- 313. They made a prediction. Did you
know they did that?
- 314. Yes, they said things that
later came true.
- 315. Right, more or less.
- 316. OK, your husband returns.
- 317. You love him, and say...
hold on, I'll get you a script.
- 318. Alain, pass it to me.
- 319. Here, look. All this part, read it a few
times first, call me when you're done.
- 320. This car is a real jewel.
- 321. - I noticed!
- The passers-by are amazed!
- 322. Thank you Michel. You made me discover a
world I never knew existed.
- 323. - You're a magician.
- Yeah, I'm a magician.
- 324. And this is my assistant that brings
magic to our hearts.
- 325. Thanks to you, Annette.
- 326. Thanks for being who you are.
- 327. For living in this city.
- 328. I'm happy to have met you.
- 329. I search for you over many months.
- 330. As soon as I met you,a new day was born.
Sun replaced night, my life got meaning.
- 331. - I'm going back to the theatre.
- The theatre?
- 332. Yes, by myself. To reflect a bit.
I need to.
- 333. Medea now has a face.
A beautiful one.
- 334. It was a fabolous day. Like a
- 335. Until tomorrow.
- 336. Bill didn't come today?
- 337. No, I wanted to tell you. I went to your
house and you weren't there.
- 338. I didn't know where else to find you, so
I waited until you come here tonight.
- 339. What happened? Did something happen
- 340. He was killed last night at the park
while you played here.
- 341. He was stabbed, with an antique weapon
- 342. The police don't have any leads.
We're all shook up. He was a great guy.
- 343. - Was it a thief?
- No, it seems not.
- 344. They say it was a madman.
- 345. A killer animal.
- 346. Whiskey, please. A double.
- 347. Annette. Annette, come here.
- 348. Come and meet me.
- 349. I want your happiness.
Come into my arms.
- 350. I am always beside you.
Nothing can stop you.
- 351. You're mine. You belong only to me.
- 352. Remember how happy we were together.
- 353. No man can interfere with
your meeting me.
- 354. Annette, I'm waiting for you.
Come! Don't stop yourself.
- 355. Listen to my voice that calls you.
- 356. Remember our sweet kisses.
Didn't you like my carresses?
- 357. Didn't you desire my body?
- 358. Annette,I decide your fate from our tomb
- 359. Don't hesistate, Annette. Come to me.
I'm waiting for you.
- 360. Don't stop yourself, Annette. Come!
Come play with us.
- 361. Annette, don't get distracted.
- 362. Who's there?
- 363. Answer me!
- 364. It's you, Annette. What a surprise.
Come up here on stage.
- 365. What's happened to you, Annette?
- 366. Why are you dressed that way?
- 367. Come up here, what are you waiting for?
- 368. Give me your hand. Come on, get up here.
- 369. What's wrong with you?
You're acting strange.
- 370. So cold...
- 371. Yes, Annette. You'll never have a man.
- 372. My solitude must also be yours.
- 373. Share my anguish.
You'll only be mine, Annette!
- 374. You understand, don't you, Annette?
- 375. Madeira Times. Latest news,
another director killed!
- 376. Give me a copy, please.
- 377. Take it.
- 378. The director Michel Rocca killed.
- 379. His body was found on a theatre stage.
He was stabbed to death.
- 380. He was rehearsing a new version
of the myth of Media.
- 381. Annette, it's me. Marie. Forget him.
Come to me. You can't keep on like this.
- 382. Annette.
- 383. Annette.
- 384. Where are you?
- 385. 911? Send an ambulance to
24 Via Di Collo right away!
- 386. - You can come in now.
- 387. Oh, dear Annette.
Thank God you were saved.
- 388. - I wanted to die.
- Rest now. Don't think about it anymore.
- 389. In a few days, you'll be better.
- 390. - We'll have a holiday.
- Thank you, Clara.
- 391. Here we are. This is our cottage.
- 392. It's nice.
- 393. I'm happy to stay with you.
- 394. It's the ideal place to read, sleep,
- 395. Clara, why? Why did you come to my house
the day I tried to kill myself?
- 396. Life is strange. One tries to fly but
ends up falling back in same shit.
- 397. I left Madeira to escape my past
and live in a big city.
- 398. And I was about to find death.
- 399. Now I'm back on my island.
- 400. Who knows what destiny awaits me here?
- 401. You must not think about it anymore.
Aren't you happy to be back at home?
- 402. - How's your book?
- It's no big deal. Yours?
- 403. Not bad. I can't focus.
It's too calm here.
- 404. Want to go out for a while?
Take a walk?
- 405. Yes, I want to move around.
- 406. - I get it.
- We'll have to get dressed!
- 407. I'm writing Aunt Lisa.
Want me to say anything for you?
- 408. - Yes, say hello.
- "Hello from Pippo".
- 409. How stupid postcards are!
One always writes the same banalities.
- 410. - Would you like something, miss?
- A fruit juice, please.
- 411. Want to say hi to this person too?
- 412. All done.
- 413. Madeira at night.
- 414. It wouldn't be bad if it were
this lit up at night.
- 415. - Here you are, miss. Ice cold.
- 416. What are you doing?
Checking out that girl in front of me?
- 417. - Don't say stupid things.
- Does that seem normal to you, jerk?
- 418. Still at it?
- 419. So you're here! I've been looking
for you for an hour.
- 420. It's so nice, I went for a walk.
And here I am.
- 421. - Pippo! Tina!
- Oh, Clara! What a surprise.
- 422. How happy I am to see you.
- 423. - How are you?
- 424. - You're looking great.
- Annette, come over!
- 425. This is my cousin Annette.
- 426. - Good afternoon.
- Pleased to meet you.
- 427. - Good afternoon.
- It's a real pleasure. Have a seat.
- 428. The other day I was passing by...
- 429. - Want a cigarette?
- 430. We're here on vacation. But I can't
go this long without work.
- 431. It's the best veranda in the world.
- 432. Waiter, 4 Brisa.
- 433. - Is it not possible...
- Calm down.
- 434. - Here with your husband? -No -Lover?
- Neither. -Friend? - No, I'm alone!
- 435. Here are our drinks.
- 436. remember her husband,
fat and bald?
- 437. Look there...
- 438. Screw you if you don't like it.
- 439. Try this and let me know
if you like it.
- 440. 4 Brisa, please.
- 441. - Oh no, again?
- Here's a great slogan, listen...
- 442. Brisa - A tropical cocktail with
the freshness of the mountains.
- 443. - Listen, why don't we play a game?
- Strip poker?
- 444. OK, but I'll be the only guy
- 445. It's not bad for a game.
A bit primitive, but I like it.
- 446. No, let's play a different game.
- 447. Take a glass.
- 448. And go like this...
- 449. And then drink.
- 450. Now let's do this together.
- 451. 1, 2, 3, 4...
- 452. And then drink.
- 453. And then drink. Get it?
- 454. How's it going, Annette?
- 455. I'm bored! Everyone's bored.
- 456. Everyone gets bored. Even priests!
- 457. - Everyone's bored.
- The Pope, the president...
- 458. You're not happy here, right?
- 459. Why not look for a good husband?
- 460. He'd bore me.
- 461. Don't say that! But you're right. Either
one handsome and dumb...
- 462. or completely bland.
- 463. We're all under the delusion that if we
find the right man, we have to hold on.
- 464. I've already found a few.
- 465. So why did you leave them?
- 466. It wasn't me that left them.
- 467. They went away on their own.
- 468. Nice day, isn't it?
- 469. Well, look at him, Clara.
- 470. Acting like Casanova, like usual.
- 471. Men are all the same.
- 472. - Are you bored?
- No, not right now.
- 473. - Want to be alone?
- Don't worry about it.
- 474. The island of Madeira.
- 475. You're lucky to be free!
- 476. - No one's free.
- Don't say that. You are.
- 477. If you meet a guy you like, no one stops
you from going to a beach with him.
- 478. - And make love like animals.
- You're a pessimist!
- 479. If you weren't so beautiful, your words
would sound like those of an old maid.
- 480. And who told you that I couldn't be
that way, in the depths of my soul?
- 481. Sure, why not?
- 482. I believe in being moralist.
- 483. To speak of freedom while you say
"Dear men, no one is free!"
- 484. Freedom is justice.
You have strange discussions.
- 485. You talk about these things, when
we're all trying to relax.
- 486. Why not? For me, they're really
important things at any time.
- 487. Do you know who said,
"How can we talk about freedom?"
- 488. "I didn't ask anyone to come into
the world, or to leave it either."
- 489. A bitter consideration. Was that Dante?
- 490. No, it was Boris Vian.
He wrote it just before he died.
- 491. - Was he French?
- I think so.
- 492. - Are you jealous?
- 493. - Why should I be?
- Because of her.
- 494. You're joking. I'd be jealous if you
told me you found your true love.
- 495. - That's not the case.
- No, I'm not in love.
- 496. So, why would I care if you went to bed
with her? At least she's a good girl.
- 497. - And also beautiful.
- Stop it, I beg you.
- 498. Tina, what would you say to
me wanting us in bed?
- 499. - You attract me. You're complicated.
- You give me no choice!
- 500. - Almost five.
- I forgot Madeira gets dark so early.
- 501. - Are you sleepy?
- Not much.
- 502. - I slept so much.
- You two are no fun.
- 503. Roger, play something more upbeat!
- 504. - At your service, ma'am.
- Go ahead, I'm bored. That's better.
- 505. I'll go with you.
- 506. - Don't put yourself out. I live nearby.
- But I'm a gentleman, madame.
- 507. - Do what you want.
- Okay. After you.
- 508. - Not inviting me inside?
- 509. So, you're not giving me a chance?
- 510. Right. It's better that way.
- 511. It's really bad. It's no longer a fling.
You want to take her to Porto Santo?
- 512. I don't know.
I haven't asked her to come with us.
- 513. Continue, please. Continue.
- 514. I love you, Annette. I love you.
- 515. I'm not saying this only to seduce you.
This isn't just a simple fling.
- 516. It's strange. I know all the phrases a
seducer could use in these situations.
- 517. But with you, it's something different.
Those words seem useless.
- 518. It's like that, Annette. I'm in love
with you. You understand, don't you?
- 519. - It's crazy.
- Yes, you're right.
- 520. Standing here in front of you,
like a poor fool.
- 521. I know very well how different we are.
- 522. A gulf seperates us.
- 523. Annette, I'm scared. I feel like a
stupid, old man for the first time.
- 524. If you really love and desire me,
forget words. Tell me with your body.
- 525. All the loving words you want to speak,
say them with your kisses. I'm yours.
- 526. Annette.
- 527. Annette, it's me. Marie.
- 528. Remeber, you can't have a man.
- 529. You must come to me!
- 530. The road is long.
Don't lose any more time. Come!
- 531. I'm waiting.
- 532. Annette, come with us.
- 533. You'll be happy. Don't you feel I love
you? Only with me will you be happy.
- 534. Don't wait. Come!
- 535. Annette, I'm close to you. Listen
to me. I've been waiting for too long.
- 536. You have to do it quickly! Come
meet me. I'm waiting for you.
- 537. Annette, don't get distracted.
You must not forget.
- 538. Do you see me, Annette?
- 539. Annette, do you hear me? It's time.
- 540. You'll be free forever.
- 541. Marie.
- 542. Marie.
- 543. Marie.
- 544. My God, what am I? Marie, where are you?
- 545. Annette, I'm here, next to you.
In my room.
- 546. Look at him. Do you see him?
- 547. My God, Pippo! It was me who...
- 548. Yes, Annette. Don't stay there.
- 549. You have to return home.
- 550. Pippo? Pippo!
- 551. Who's speaking? Is that you, Annette?
- 552. No, it's Clara. Annette left.
She killed Pippo! and the others.
- 553. What are you saying?
Are you sure?
- 554. Yes. She took my car. She's going home,
I saw her!
- 555. Finally you're coming. It's been so long
but we'll never leave each other again.
- 556. Hurry up, Annette. Hurry.
I can't wait any longer.
- 557. Can you hear me, Arnett?
- 558. I know that you'll never
abandon me again.
- 559. It will be like before.
We can love each other again.
- 560. Remember, Annette? Why did you want
to marry Arthur?
- 561. After all the promises.
- 562. You caused my death,
but I forgive you.
- 563. Annette, you're so close to me
I can almost hold you in my arms.
- 564. Annette, come to me. Don't hesitate
- 565. - Come.
- 566. Subtitles by Sophia0429 for Cinemageddon