- 1. Good evening, child.
- 2. Evening, Mama.
- 3. Home already? I'm so happy.
- 4. Not so fast.
- 5. Please. Leave me be.
- 6. I can quite believe it.
- 7. Your last pupil left 3 hours ago.
- 8. Might I know
where you've been all this time?
- 9. Please.
- 10. No, you don't.
Not until you tell me!
- 11. I went for a walk. Do you mind?
- 12. I spent 8 hours in my cage.
I was tired and needed some air.
- 13. - For three hours?
- 14. Magnificent.
- 15. Just as I thought.
- 16. Where's the bankbook?
- 17. 10,000 Schillings!
- 18. Tell me, have you lost your mind?
- 19. Where's my grey Autumn suit?
- 20. No idea.
- 21. Give that back.
- 22. Bitch!
- 23. I remember that talk show.
- 24. The guy advocated fines
for dog owners
- 25. whose dogs crap in the street.
- 26. Bullshit.
- 27. The creep was defending the idea
that women are inferior to men.
- 28. Rubbish.
- 29. If you'd let me get a word in...
- 30. Who rattled your cage!
- 31. Should cut your hands off.
- 32. Beating your own mother!
- 33. That frock was far too gaudy anyway.
- 34. At your age,
you should know what suits you.
- 35. Can't you stop, you cow?
- 36. Wasn't ruining that enough for you?
- 37. - I wish...
- 38. You dare n't say it?
- 39. Don't bother.
I know what you wish.
- 40. I could have had a heart attack
from the agitation.
- 41. If that's what you want,
- 42. Stop it, Mama,
you don't know what you're saying.
- 43. There's a real hole here.
- 44. Here, too.
- 45. Sorry.
- 46. But why do you do these things?
- 47. Why do you do these things?
- 48. I'm sorry.
- 49. Let me look.
- 50. Never mind that.
- 51. That's how it is.
We're a hot-blooded family.
- 52. Come on, stop crying.
- 53. I'll make some coffee.
- 54. We'll have a cup together. Okay?
- 55. Nothing in life comes free.
- 56. You'll just have to give
more private lessons.
- 57. Your vanity must not
stop us buying our apartment.
- 58. You can't contradict me there.
- 59. I paid this month's instalment
long ago, don't worry.
- 60. In any case,
the dress only cost 6,500.
- 61. I'll pay the remainder
back in tomorrow.
- 62. I don't understand
- 63. why someone of your standing
slaps make-up on
- 64. and fritters money away
- 65. on frocks that will soon be
out of fashion.
- 66. I'd be wearing that dress for years.
The cut was so classical.
- 67. It was ageless.
- 68. If memory serves me right,
- 69. you used to have a dress
just like it. Remember?
- 70. You must be dreaming.
- 71. It was a designer label.
The finishing was remarkable.
- 72. It would have lasted forever.
- 73. Do you still need the light?
- 74. Did they really annoy you today?
- 75. No more than usual.
- 76. Did you have the Schober girl?
lsn't Friday her day?
- 77. Well?
- 78. She's not untalented.
- 79. She has a surprising affinity
- 80. Schubert's your department,
- 81. That's not for you to say.
- 82. You're hardly a judge
of what is my department musically.
- 83. If you want your pupils
to have a career instead of you...
- 84. No one must surpass you, my girl.
- 85. Don't be dizzy...
- 86. Don't worry, Mama.
- 87. A little less pedal
wouldn't go amiss.
- 88. It's not enough
just to take your foot off.
- 89. A note may not be
as long as it is written
- 90. and may not be marked
as long as it should be held.
- 91. from the novel by ELFRIEDE JELINEK
- 92. "Dogs are barking,
- 93. "Rattling their chains.
- 94. "People are sleeping
- 95. "In their beds."
- 96. Do you have no ear
for what coldness is?
- 97. Or maybe you're just sloppy?
- 98. And let go.
- 99. The music is not purely descriptive.
- 100. And it's not drenched
in indifference and sentimentality.
- 101. And let go.
- 102. You see?
- 103. "Dogs are barking,
- 104. "Rattling their chains.
- 105. "People are sleeping
- 106. "In their beds."
- 107. A wrong note in Beethoven
is better than bad interpretation.
- 108. You play only phrases.
- 109. Ignore the structure
and you'll ruin the sonata.
- 110. Back to the top of the page.
- 111. I guessed you were for the recital.
- 112. Allow me to introduce...
- 113. Professor, please, do come in.
- 114. Hello, Auntie.
- 115. And your mother. Good evening.
- 116. You've met my nephew?
- 117. I was about to introduce myself.
My name's Walter Klemmer.
- 118. At the risk of seeming prosaic,
- 119. after sampling spiritual
nourishment of such quality,
- 120. I've organised,
for the interval, a buffet
- 121. to sustain the artists
- 122. and, I hope,
for your pleasure, too.
- 123. Through here.
- 124. My husband's very particular...
- 125. Excuse me, Auntie.
- 126. Sorry to interrupt but I can't wait.
- 127. I hope it's not too forward of me
to kiss the hand
- 128. that plays such Bach.
- 129. You can stop now.
- 130. Where do you get
such unfashionable enthusiasm?
- 131. I'm delighted
the tradition of recitals lives on.
- 132. It was practically extinct.
- 133. The masters die, then their music.
- 134. People today
only ever listen to pop or rock.
- 135. You're right.
Families like this are no more.
- 136. Generations of laryngologists
- 137. toiled over Beethoven's
- 138. Now, at best, academics
stamp their feet in time
- 139. to the trumpety-trumps
- 140. Disdaining Bruckner is immature,
- 141. Mr... Klemmer?
- 142. Tell me, what enables you
to talk about music so precociously?
- 143. Your Aunt said you studied...
- 144. Low voltage, professor.
- 145. It was made between 1620 and 1630
by Marcel Pichler.
- 146. From Hallein. A rare piece.
- 147. It is played
- 148. Iike a cello.
- 149. Its common name is
leg viol or quinton.
- 150. Recently, I found a painting
that exactly shows this instrument.
- 151. Not this type of instrument. I mean,
specifically this instrument.
- 152. The painting depicts
a concert of viole da gamba
- 153. at the court of Duke Augustus
- 154. - Can I fetch you something?
- Not at all. Why?
- 155. It's fascinating.
- 156. Look at them.
- 157. Do they give a fig
about the benefits of illness?
- 158. Have you read Adorno
- 159. on Schumann's Fantasia in C Major?
- 160. He talks of his twilight.
- 161. It's not Schumann bereft of reason,
but just before.
- 162. A fraction before.
- 163. He knows he's losing his mind.
- 164. It torments him
but he clings on, one last time.
- 165. It's being aware
of what it means to lose oneself
- 166. before being completely abandoned.
- 167. I'd say you are a good teacher.
- 168. Thank you.
- 169. You talk about things
as if they were yours. It's rare.
- 170. And I think you know it.
- 171. Schubert and Schumann
are my favourites, that's all.
- 172. Since my father died
completely mad in Steinhof asylum,
- 173. I can talk easily about the twilight
of the mind, can't I?
- 174. If you'd really prefer not to eat,
- 175. perhaps you'd care
for a drink of something?
- 176. Go ahead.
- 177. I had to sing for my supper.
- 178. Dr. Blonsky with his instrument
fetish is such a bore.
- 179. Honestly,
- 180. Klemmer, or whatever he's called,
seems a bit of a leech?
- 181. Walter studies
at the Engineering School.
- 182. But his musicality
keeps up with technology,
- 183. as you will understand
when you listen to him play.
- 184. Over to you, Walter.
- 185. My uncle exaggerates shamelessly.
- 186. After the professor's performance,
I feel doubly amateur.
- 187. I had intended to play for you
Schonberg's Opus 33b,
- 188. so that my wrong notes
might go unnoticed.
- 189. Not very funny, I know.
- 190. But a discussion of
Schubert and Schumann's madness
- 191. left me deeply impressed.
- 192. I have decided to drop Schonberg
- 193. for my favourite piece by Schubert:
- 194. the Scherzo
from the Sonata in A Major.
- 195. "... Dreaming of what they don't
have, replenished of good and bad.
- 196. "And next morning, all flown away."
- 197. And here,
the mood switches to irony.
- 198. D... D... D...
- 199. "So what? So what?
- 200. "They've had their pleasure."
- 201. That's the obstinacy
of the complacent middle-class.
- 202. "And they hope
that what they left behind
- 203. "Might be waiting for them
on the pillows."
- 204. Excuse me, Professor.
- 205. Can I have a word?
- 206. Go ahead.
- 207. Anna says you may not let her play
in the jubilee concert.
- 208. I said a soloist
needs more than talent.
- 209. She doesn't practice enough?
- 210. Only she can tell.
- 211. She works 8 hours a day.
- 212. It's the end result that counts,
not the hours.
- 213. For her, only music counts.
Look at her.
- 214. Schubert isn't a walk in the park.
- 215. I didn't say you wouldn't play.
- 216. We'll see how you gel
with the singer.
- 217. Excuse me, I have a rehearsal.
- 218. The Professor is right.
- 219. Without total commitment,
you won't get anywhere.
- 220. Wipe your nose.
What do you look like?
- 221. Your mother wants you to call her.
- 222. I've only just arrived.
- 223. I don't know.
At least 3 hours.
- 224. In that case, I'll take a taxi.
- 225. I'm not a baby.
- 226. I have to go now.
- 227. Can we play the trill the same?
I'll start on the upper note.
- 228. "Bark me away, you waking dogs,
- 229. "Don't let me rest
in the sleeping hours!
- 230. "I've reached the end of dreams.
- 231. "What will I do
amongst the sleepers?
- 232. "I've reached the end of dreams.
- 233. "What will I do
amongst the sleepers?"
- 234. Sorry to disturb you.
- 235. What is it?
- 236. Professor Kohut?
- 237. What do you want?
- 238. At the Conservatory,
no one interrupts lessons.
- 239. I apologise. I am very sorry
- 240. but I wanted to come to you
rather than ask just anybody.
- 241. About what?
- 242. The entrance exam.
I want to join your master class.
- 243. That's very flattering, young man.
- 244. I hope your interruption
- 245. is not to arouse interest
your talents don't merit.
- 246. Application forms are available
in the secretary's office.
- 247. First floor, door 11.
- 248. Please excuse us,
we have work to do.
- 249. Continue.
- 250. Go on.
- 251. "How hath the tempest riven
- 252. "The grey robe of the sky!
- 253. "The clouds embattled fly
- 254. "In wild disorder driven."
- 255. - Mr. Walter Klemmer?
- That's correct.
- 256. Please...
- 257. Your programme
is particularly difficult.
- 258. Where do you wish to begin?
- 259. Wherever you prefer.
- 260. Professor, it's your class
that Mr. Klemmer wishes to join:
- 261. which piece
would you like to hear first?
- 262. I don't mind.
The first on the list.
- 263. Go ahead.
- 264. Well?
- 265. Stunningly brilliant.
- 266. No, seriously,
I think it wasn't too bad.
- 267. He just put "private lessons".
- 268. That's even more remarkable.
- 269. I don't know how seriously
he takes his engineering
- 270. but for someone whose priority
is not the piano, bravo.
- 271. It's amazing.
- 272. I quite agree.
He truly is very talented.
- 273. Ladies? Gentlemen?
- 274. - I vote for.
- Yes, me too.
- 275. No doubt about it.
- 276. What do you say?
- 277. Your opinion counts most.
He's applying to join your class.
- 278. After such euphoria,
it's hard to voice reservations.
- 279. I can't say
I totally share your enthusiasm.
- 280. Clearly he doesn't lack talent
but I wonder,
- 281. and I ask you,
what does he expect from us?
- 282. For a professional career,
he's too old.
- 283. By accepting him, we'll reject
a more motivated student.
- 284. And, frankly, I find his histrionics
suspicious or even unpleasant.
- 285. I don't see what you mean.
- 286. In the Andantino, there were
no histrionics, as you put it.
- 287. Everyone knows
our views on Schubert diverge.
- 288. Please, let's not waste time.
20 people are waiting.
- 289. I feel unable
to nurture the artistic temperament
- 290. or virtuosity of Mr. Klemmer.
- 291. Dinner's ready!
- 292. Coming, Mama!
- 293. Sit down, I'll bring the sauce.
- 294. Can I switch off the TV?
- 295. If it bothers you.
- 296. Don't you like that?
- 297. I'm tired.
- 298. You look it.
- 299. Are the auditions so exhausting?
- 300. Boring, rather.
- 301. That's tiring, too.
- 302. What's wrong with you?
- 303. - What do you mean?
- 304. Is that why you're in a bad mood?
- 305. You might be more careful.
- 306. It's not very appetising.
- 307. "Mare on heat seeks ardent,
- 308. "for jumping and dressage.
- 309. "Must be 8 inches."
- 310. Hello, Mr. Naprawnik.
- 311. Who's she?
- 312. My piano teacher.
- 313. Don't pick out
the inner voices so much.
- 314. Do you know where the melody is?
- 315. It sounds
as clear as a muddy windscreen.
- 316. Probably due to the images
lodged in your mind.
- 317. You have one approach for Bach,
Beethoven and the others.
- 318. What made you want to study music?
- 319. Your meagre talent?
I assure you it's not worth it.
- 320. Take a job playing in a strip joint
- 321. and stop wasting my time.
- 322. What?
- 323. - I'm sorry.
- What for?
- 324. For earlier...
At the newsagents.
- 325. Why?
- 326. Why are you sorry?
- 327. What for?
- 328. It doesn't work like that.
- 329. Sorry isn't enough,
if I don't know why.
- 330. Are you sorry because you're a pig?
- 331. Or because your friends are pigs?
- 332. Or because all women are bitches
for making you a pig?
- 333. Or just because you got caught?
- 334. The lesson is ended.
- 335. I propose
your mother comes to see me.
- 336. Maybe she can shed
some light on this.
- 337. Well?
- 338. What are you sorry for?
- 339. I'm listening.
- 340. The silence is deafening.
- 341. See you next time,
along with your mother.
- 342. Now, please remove yourself.
- 343. I'll need my break to recover.
- 344. Goodbye.
- 345. This time I'm expected.
- 346. The break's not over yet.
- 347. And the lesson hasn't begun.
- 348. Can I take out my scores
while I'm waiting?
- 349. You know I voted against you?
- 350. I don't believe
you're serious about music
- 351. but rather about the kudos
- 352. You know that's untrue.
- 353. And even if it were true,
- 354. would it be such a shameful motive?
- 355. Yes.
- 356. What have you brought?
- 357. You should forget Schubert.
- 358. - Schonberg is all...
- I fought to win your attention.
- 359. Give me a chance.
- 360. I know you're not as indifferent
as you pretend.
- 361. I neglected my studies for you.
- 362. It's the truth!
- 363. You may think it's ridiculous,
- 364. but since the recital
at the Blonskys,
- 365. I've had you stuck in my mind
like a nut on a bolt.
- 366. I apologise for being so technical.
- 367. I never intended to apply here.
- 368. Stop lying, it won't wash.
- 369. I'm not lying.
- 370. For next time,
find a copy of Opus 19.
- 371. Let's talk first.
- 372. I can't see the point.
- 373. Don't just stand there.
Sit down and begin.
- 374. Is this your last lesson?
- 375. Please.
- 376. Pretend you have a migraine
- 377. It's lovely out.
- 378. Either you play
or my migraine will end this lesson.
- 379. It's bound to finish late.
- 380. Today's
our first Mendelssohn rehearsal.
- 381. So, don't call up every 5 minutes.
- 382. Viora of the Philharmonic's coming.
He'll think I'm a little girl.
- 383. Is that clear?
- 384. If it ends late, take a taxi.
- 385. I adore lying in the name of love.
I'm so happy for you.
- 386. If she calls after 10, don't answer.
Is that okay?
- 387. It will be a pleasure.
- 388. Good evening, this is Mrs. Kohut.
- 389. May I speak to my daughter?
- 390. What's wrong?
- 391. What the...?
- 392. Shit!
- 393. Stay there!
- 394. Stay there, cunt!
- 395. Are you crazy or something?
- 396. Your father died this afternoon.
- 397. Above all, keep calm.
- 398. It's so inconsiderate of you!
- 399. Think of the consequences!
- 400. Kind of you
to honour us with your presence.
- 401. Might we know what kept you?
- 402. Stop blubbing! What happened?
- 403. I have diarrhoea.
- 404. Are you scared or what?
- 405. A pianist needs solid nerves.
- 406. - How can I perform after...
- Don't overdo it.
- 407. We should be going up.
- 408. Don't be so pathetic.
- 409. They won't bite. It's a rehearsal.
- 410. Did I overestimate you?
- 411. "Dogs are barking
- 412. "Rattling their chains.
- 413. "People are sleeping
- 414. "In their beds.
- 415. "Dreaming of what they don't have,
- 416. "Replenished of good and bad."
- 417. "Why do I avoid the roads
- 418. "Where other travellers go,
- 419. "Seek out hidden paths
- 420. "Through snowbound rock outcrops?
- 421. "Seek out hidden paths
- 422. "Through snowbound rock outcrops?
- 423. "And yet, I've done nothing
- 424. "To make me flee my fellow men.
- 425. "What is this foolish desire
- 426. "Driving me into the wilderness?"
- 427. You think me devoid of sensitivity
and indeed I can be superficial.
- 428. You see, I admit it.
- 429. But telling me to forget Schubert
was atrociously unfair.
- 430. It's quite the contrary.
- 431. There are days,
like after our first lesson, when...
- 432. The sight of blood makes me ill.
Go to her.
- 433. Be her brave protector.
- 434. - What happened?
- Let me.
- 435. Call a doctor.
- 436. Don't stare, there's nothing to see.
Go back to the hall.
- 437. Come on.
- 438. Wait.
- 439. Why?
- 440. Stop it!
- 441. If you don't stop immediately,
- 442. Look at me, not your penis.
- 443. Be quiet.
- 444. Don't move or I'll leave.
- 445. I love you.
- 446. No one has...
- 447. If you won't be quiet,
you'll end up all alone here.
- 448. Why do you hurt me?
- 449. I can't hold back.
- 450. I said, silence!
- 451. Keep going. Come here.
- 452. That's it. It's coming.
- 453. Keep going. Don't stop!
- 454. I'll write down
what you can do to me.
- 455. All my desires on paper
for you to peruse at will.
- 456. You don't like that?
- 457. You can't leave me like this.
- 458. Come on.
- 459. I've no desire to touch that now.
- 460. Keep going, please.
- 461. Out of the question!
- 462. Hands off.
- 463. Or we never see each other again.
- 464. It's totally sick
what you're doing here.
- 465. And it hurts!
- 466. I sympathise.
- 467. Stop it.
- 468. Don't be stupid.
You're spoiling it.
- 469. I won't touch you again.
- 470. I want you to stay like that,
- 471. Facing me!
- 472. Don't put it away.
- 473. It's not me who's stupid.
- 474. It's you.
- 475. You should know
what you can and can't do to a man.
- 476. - You bitch!
- Shut up!
- 477. The playing field has to be level.
- 478. If you think...
- 479. Wait.
- 480. I won't move, I promise.
- 481. I won't say a word.
- 482. You will receive my instructions.
- 483. By letter.
- 484. Or face to face.
Or maybe over the phone.
- 485. Now, you can put it away.
- 486. Facing me.
- 487. How about a little smile?
- 488. Go on.
- 489. Don't be so serious, pretty lady.
- 490. Next time, we'll do much better.
- 491. Practice will make you perfect.
- 492. At least 2 months, with no guarantee
of complete recovery.
- 493. That's terrible.
- 494. And she really was quite good.
She has the nerve.
- 495. She played amazingly yesterday
despite nearly not making it.
- 496. Pull yourself together.
You're no use to Anna
- 497. if you break down like that.
- 498. For the moment, we must wait.
- 499. She mustn't neglect her left hand.
- 500. That's always her weak point.
- 501. Also, she'll be scarred for life.
- 502. Just imagine.
A pianist with a disfigured hand.
- 503. She's hardly attractive.
Her only attribute
- 504. was her talent.
- 505. That's why we sacrificed everything.
- 506. She sacrificed everything.
- 507. Sorry?
- 508. You said "we".
It's Anna who sacrificed everything.
- 509. Yes, naturally.
- 510. Who would do such a thing?
- 511. The police say it must have been
- 512. acting out of jealousy.
- 513. Can you imagine it?
- 514. Being so evil?
- 515. She's always been a loner.
She hardly has any friends.
- 516. They'll find the man who did it.
- 517. He deserves his hands chopping off.
- 518. My next lesson is waiting.
I'll have to ask you to leave.
- 519. Tell Anna she's welcome to drop in
when she's better.
- 520. Remind her about her left hand.
- 521. I'll tell her.
Thank you very much.
- 522. She'll come by.
She admires you so much.
- 523. Chin up, Mrs. Schober.
- 524. Who will replace Anna
for the concert?
- 525. No one.
- 526. No student could
at such short notice.
- 527. I've been asked to stand in
for the singer's sake.
- 528. That's very good.
Anna will be pleased.
- 529. Stop.
- 530. Back to the beginning.
- 531. You gladly ignore the dynamics.
What does it say?
- 532. - Piano.
- Exactly. And then?
- 533. Forte-piano.
- 534. And then?
- 535. Pianissimo.
- 536. And diminuendo
- 537. and mezzo-forte, forte,
- 538. fortissimo, sforzatissimo.
- 539. Schubert's dynamics range from
scream to whisper not loud to soft.
- 540. Anarchy hardly seems your forte.
Why not stick to Clementi?
- 541. Schubert was quite ugly.
Did you know?
- 542. With your looks,
nothing can ever hurt you.
- 543. Why destroy
what could bring us together?
- 544. - Mannerism is no...
- Why can't I look at you?
- 545. Because if I do, I won't resist the
temptation to kiss you on the neck.
- 546. May I kiss you on the neck?
- 547. Can I get you a glass of water?
- 548. Thanks.
- 549. When can I see you?
- 550. Let's call each other.
- 551. Let's go away this weekend.
Just you and l.
- 552. I can't,
I'm going out with my mother.
- 553. Cancel.
- 554. Forget your mother. Think of us.
- 555. We must make up for lost time.
- 556. Do you mean me?
I must make up for lost time?
- 557. Darling!
Stop always thinking of others,
- 558. your mother, your scruples...
- 559. You talk of anarchy
but sacrifice love to be with Mama.
- 560. Let yourself go.
Allow yourself feelings for once.
- 561. Don't be such a leech.
- 562. You cough because you're uptight.
- 563. I have no feelings.
Get that into your head.
- 564. If ever I do,
they won't defeat my intelligence.
- 565. I love you.
Don't be so cowardly.
- 566. Is what you've written
just as cowardly?
- 567. Don't touch it!
- 568. Not now.
- 569. I want you to read it alone.
- 570. Now, get stuck in to Schubert.
- 571. That's all you may do in this room.
- 572. Piano.
- 573. Brahms would say:
"Con intimissimo sentimento."
- 574. Are you mad? What are you doing?
- 575. I followed you.
- 576. I said we'd speak on the phone.
- 577. You can't drive me crazy like that
and then run off.
- 578. Drive you crazy?
- 579. Let's go somewhere
where we can talk in private.
- 580. Did you read the letter?
- 581. I don't want any letters.
I want us to talk!
- 582. I advise you to leave now.
- 583. Never hound the woman
you claim to love.
- 584. You should know that,
even at your age.
- 585. If you value my affection, go.
- 586. I'll call you tomorrow
to fix a date. Okay?
- 587. - Take your hat off.
- 588. Good evening.
- 589. I have matters to discuss
with Mr. Klemmer.
- 590. What's that supposed to mean?
- 591. We won't bother you.
We'll talk in my room.
- 592. Come on.
- 593. Excuse me.
- 594. If you try to come in,
you'll be sorry.
- 595. There's no food in.
I didn't expect visitors.
- 596. Don't put yourself out,
I've already eaten.
- 597. First, read the letter.
- 598. You've still got it?
- 599. So, read it now, please.
- 600. Do you want to finish me off?
- 601. I said
I don't want to read any letters.
- 602. I'm here, you're here.
- 603. We're made of flesh and blood.
- 604. Don't be so scared.
- 605. I'm not. I want all you want.
But read it first.
- 606. Is that why we barricaded the door?
- 607. Perhaps.
- 608. Please!
- 609. I don't know how much longer
I want to play this game.
- 610. Heavy.
- 611. Sit down there, please.
- 612. "On the contrary, if I beg,
tighten my bonds, please.
- 613. "Adjust the belt
by at least 2 or 3 holes.
- 614. "The tighter the better.
- 615. "Then, gag me with some
stockings I will have ready.
- 616. "Stuff them in so hard
that I'm incapable...
- 617. "of making any sound.
- 618. "Next, take off the blindfold,
- 619. "and sit down on my face
- 620. "and punch me in the stomach
- 621. "to force me
to thrust my tongue in your behind."
- 622. Is this supposed to be serious?
- 623. You're making fun of me, aren't you?
- 624. You want a slap?
- 625. "For that is my dearest wish.
- 626. "Hands and feet tied behind my back
- 627. "and locked up next door
to my mother
- 628. "but out of her reach
behind my bedroom door,
- 629. "till the next morning.
- 630. "Don't worry about my mother,
she's my problem.
- 631. "Take all the door keys
with you from the apartment.
- 632. "Don't leave a single one here."
- 633. What will all this open up for me?
- 634. Maybe you'd open your cultured
mouth and comment on this shit.
- 635. "If you catch me
disobeying any of your orders,
- 636. "hit me, please,
- 637. "even with the back of your hand
on my face.
- 638. "Ask me why I don't cry out
- 639. "or why I don't fight back.
- 640. "Above all, say things like that,
- 641. "so that I realise
just how powerless I am."
- 642. What's going on in there?
- 643. Open up! Move that chest.
- 644. Don't you want to let her in?
- 645. Do you want me
to hit you in front of her?
- 646. Calm down!
Be quiet and watch the TV!
- 647. Open up or you'll be sorry.
- 648. Stop making a fuss!
- 649. Incredible!
- 650. Do you have no sense of decency?
- 651. Invading people's homes like this.
- 652. The sheer nerve of it!
- 653. Are you angry with me?
- 654. I hope you're not.
- 655. It's not very well written, I know.
- 656. I'm a pianist, not a poet.
- 657. After all,
love is built on banal things.
- 658. Think it over.
You have my phone number.
- 659. Like I said,
I want everything you want.
- 660. I have all we need.
- 661. But it can wait till tomorrow.
- 662. Aren't you talking to me?
- 663. Do I disgust you?
- 664. That's not necessary.
- 665. The urge to be beaten
has been in me for years.
- 666. I waited for you, you know?
- 667. It's not a joke, all I wrote.
You know that.
- 668. From now on, you give the orders.
- 669. From now on,
you choose what I am to wear.
- 670. What colour do you prefer?
You never said.
- 671. You're not talking to me?
- 672. Say something then.
- 673. You're sick.
- 674. You need treatment.
- 675. If you want to hit me, hit me.
- 676. I don't want to soil my hands.
- 677. No one would touch your sort,
even with gloves on.
- 678. I swear I loved you.
- 679. You don't even know what it is.
- 680. Right now, you repulse me.
- 681. Fuck it.
- 682. came to North America
with the Spanish.
- 683. Left to roam free,
they became the famous Mustang.
- 684. Today's cowboys'most loyal
companion is the quarterhorse.
- 685. Very fast overshort distances
and with good stamina...
- 686. You really are quite shameless.
- 687. What have you done with him?
- 688. Is he still in your room?
- 689. It wouldn't surprise me.
- 690. Nothing surprises me any more.
- 691. But you can do what you want.
- 692. At your age.
- 693. Good Lord.
- 694. All those sacrifices for this.
- 695. That's what you get in reward.
- 696. You carry on like that.
- 697. You can set up a bordello here.
- 698. Who cares
what the neighbours think!
- 699. As always, you do as you like!
- 700. I love you.
- 701. Stop that! Have you gone insane?
- 702. Don't be so filthy,
you're out of your mind!
- 703. Shut up. I love you.
- 704. I love you, too.
- 705. But stop this now.
- 706. You're mad!
- 707. You're mad.
- 708. You're completely mad.
- 709. Go to sleep now.
- 710. You're going to need
all your energy.
- 711. Even if you're just standing in,
you must be well prepared.
- 712. You never know
who might be in the audience.
- 713. I saw the hairs on your sex.
- 714. Can I have a word?
- 715. Someone to see you.
- 716. Is that your little sister?
- 717. Don't run away, he's coming.
- 718. - What do you want?
- Speak to you.
- 719. I'm listening.
- 720. Not here, I can't.
- 721. Over there.
- 722. How did you manage to find me?
- 723. Just there.
- 724. Go on in.
- 725. Forgive me for the letter.
- 726. I'm an idiot. I shouldn't have
done that to you out of the blue.
- 727. Like you said,
we should have talked first.
- 728. Forgive me.
- 729. What are you doing?
- 730. Stop it. Get up now.
- 731. Come on.
- 732. Come on top of me.
- 733. - You want me, don't you?
- You're mad.
- 734. Come on. I love you.
- 735. I'll never write anything
you don't want.
- 736. You tell me what you want, okay?
- 737. Someone might come in.
You're being ridiculous.
- 738. Get up.
- 739. Hang on, let me do it.
- 740. Let me do it, I said.
- 741. I can't, not here.
- 742. Stop it. I can't.
- 743. - It doesn't matter.
- I can't do it here.
- 744. I know you want to protect us,
- 745. but I don't care if people catch us.
I don't care.
- 746. I love you.
- 747. I love you, too.
- 748. Come on.
- 749. You have to help me.
- 750. - I don't believe it.
- I'm sorry.
- 751. Don't look.
- 752. Don't look.
- 753. I must really disgust you.
- 754. - No woman ever puked it back.
- 755. I don't know what happened.
- 756. I'm clean.
- 757. I'm all clean.
- 758. Like a baby.
- 759. Inside as well as outside.
- 760. For you and thanks to you, darling.
- 761. Do you like me calling you darling?
- 762. It's absolutely marvellous.
- 763. You must be patient.
- 764. I'll give you all the names,
we'll play all the games you want.
- 765. You know you really stink?
- 766. Sorry, you stink so much,
no one will ever come close to you.
- 767. You'd better leave town
until you don't stink so bad.
- 768. Rinse your mouth more often,
- 769. not just when my cock
makes you puke.
- 770. Who is it?
- 771. Open up.
- 772. - Open up now!
- What do you want?
- 773. I said, open the door!
- 774. Quiet!
You'll wake the whole building.
- 775. I'm opening it.
- 776. Don't do that again, okay?
- 777. - What do you mean?
- Shut up, you sad cow!
- 778. Just then,
- 779. I was under your window
- 780. and I was jerking off.
That's what you want, huh?
- 781. You want to...
Is that it?
- 782. You're a witch, a pervert!
- 783. You want to give everyone
your illness, don't you?
- 784. - Not me!
- I did apologise.
- 785. Fuck your stupid apologies!
- 786. Wasn't last night enough for you?
- 787. Will you make this a habit?
Screaming the house down.
- 788. Go back to bed!
- 789. Walter, please.
- 790. - Get out!
- Be off with you! Now!
- 791. Not as you imagined?
- 792. We'll see about this.
- 793. The police will put a stop to this.
- 794. This is nothing to do with you.
- 795. Forget your mother.
- 796. We have time. We have all night.
- 797. Let's pick up where we left off.
- 798. Is this really
what you had imagined?
- 799. What then?
- 800. You'll be sorry.
- 801. Just because we're women doesn't
mean you'll get away with it.
- 802. Let me go.
- 803. This is unbelievable!
- 804. At least this one has a key.
- 805. Open up!
- 806. How about one
for your daughter's room?
- 807. That's that dealt with.
- 808. "As for my mother,
pay no attention to her." Yes?
- 809. Am I quoting you exactly?
- 810. "Give me lots of slaps, darling.
- 811. "Hit me hard..." No.
- 812. "Hit me around the face
and hit me hard."
- 813. At your service, dear lady.
- 814. Is that what you want?
- 815. Stop, please.
- 816. What then?
- 817. Not that. Stop, I beg you.
- 818. What are you doing?
- 819. - Shut it or I kill her!
- 820. Stop.
- 821. - Where's the water?
- In the kitchen.
- 822. Don't think you'll get me going...
- 823. by flashing your pathetic body.
- 824. You know,
- 825. I do realise
that all this isn't very nice of me.
- 826. But if you're honest, you'll admit
you're partly responsible.
- 827. I mean, it's true...
- 828. Yes or no?
- 829. Yes.
- 830. Am I right?
- 831. Yes, Walter.
- 832. - Are you okay?
- I'm okay.
- 833. You can't get a guy going,
then take refuge on the ice.
- 834. Not my face! Not my hands!
- 835. Murderer!
- 836. Aren't you ashamed?
- 837. I'm begging you to stop.
- 838. Don't touch my daughter.
- 839. Leave my daughter alone.
- 840. I'm begging you.
- 841. Why do you do that?
- 842. I calm down
and you try to cross me.
- 843. Be a little cooperative, fuck it.
- 844. I'd be happy to learn to play.
- 845. But not if we only ever play
by your rules.
- 846. You can't delve around
inside people, then reject them.
- 847. Be nice to me, please.
- 848. You can't let me go just like that.
- 849. Stop, please.
- 850. You have to give a bit.
- 851. You can't leave me all alone now.
- 852. Love me, please.
- 853. Are you trying to tell me
I should go?
- 854. I'd appreciate it
if you tell no one.
- 855. Anyhow, it's for your own good.
- 856. You can't humiliate
a man that way and...
- 857. It's not possible.
- 858. Will you be alright?
- 859. Do you need anything?
- 860. Okay?
- 861. You know, love isn't everything.
- 862. See you, then.
- 863. Has he gone?
- 864. Say something. Has he gone?
- 865. Open the door.
- 866. What's wrong?
- 867. Talk to me, for God's sake.
- 868. Oh my God, child!
- 869. What a state you're in!
- 870. What did the bastard do to you?
- 871. Hurry, we'll miss the tram.
- 872. I'm just having a glass of water.
- 873. Don't be so nervous.
- 874. It's only to replace someone.
- 875. I'm so looking forward
to your Schubert.
- 876. I think I should go and take
my seat. It begins in 8 minutes.
- 877. I'll come up with you.
- 878. Good evening,
I'm delighted to see you here.
- 879. What about our convalescent?
She doesn't lack courage.
- 880. She insisted on coming tonight.
To hear you play.
- 881. How are you feeling?
- 882. Sorry, let me introduce myself.
- 883. I'm Mrs. Schober.
My daughter, Anna.
- 884. This is my mother.
- 885. Lovely to meet you. You must be
very proud of your daughter.
- 886. Why? It's a school concert.
- 887. She's standing in for a pupil.
- 888. That pupil is my daughter.
- 889. Where are you sitting?
- 890. Not far from us.
- 891. It's late. We'd better go.
Can we go up together?
- 892. Are you coming, Anna?
- 893. See you later. I'll go up
with Mrs. Schober. Break a leg.
- 894. Enjoy the concert.
- 895. Goodbye,
it was a pleasure to see you.
- 896. There, now...
- 897. What a nice surprise!
- 898. George! Look who's here.
- 899. - Professor Kohut.
- My respects.
- 900. Hurry up, Gerda.
Give me your coat.
- 901. I'll keep it with me.
- 902. Men! Always rushing you.
You know how it is.
- 903. Have an excellent evening.
- 904. Come on!
- 905. See you later, I hope.
- 906. My respects, Professor.
I can't wait to hear you play.