ElleDVD - 2017 | French | Widescreen version
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She avoided the police for her own reasons:
You avoid the police because...
-Of course I avoid the police "because!" I won't deal with the police ever again.
The police, never again. It's pointless.
-This is different. You're the victim.
I was the victim then!
Time has dulled the terror of that distant day in May. But for some the horror will never fade away. Nor will the unanswered questions.
How much do you need for the apartment?
-I didn't ask for money.
No, it was me, hearing voices.
I felt ashamed beyond words.
-Shame isn't a strong enough emotion to stop us doing anything at all.
Your jealousy is insane.
-No, I'm just concerned. I'm concerned because this is what I feared. The bimbos with big tits never worried me, but a woman who's read: "The Second Sex" will chew you up... And spit you out.
That girl is clearly dysfunctional. You know nothing about her. Except she was raised in a commune by unwashed idiots.
- An arts collective.
You're so selfish, it's frightening.
-I know. By the way, here's your check.
You never give anything truly of yourself. Your father, it's such an ordeal?
- Still breathing.
Some bonds never break.
-I walk in and it's one horror after another.
Don't expect me to pitch in. I'm stone broke.
-I'm the one who made the promise.
Why? Struggling to get by builds character.
-Trouble is, he's dating a psycho. ... The wacko won't tolerate struggling.
Psycho's the word. Often though, that kind of girl's good in bed.
-What does that even mean, "good in bed"? I never knew.
What did you see in him?
- It was just one of those things. An opportunity. I wanted to get laid.
That's no excuse. It was shabby.
-Worse than that even.
He was my neighbor.
-Like have-a-cup-of-coffee neighbor?
-No, I never borrowed his lawnmower.
But it was...
-Yes, that kind of neighbor.
I'm very sorry for all you've been through. Fortunately, I have faith.
-What's it for if not to get through tough times?
Patrick was a good man but he had a tortured soul.
-Laying in bed, I asked her which of my books was her favorite.
Why'd you do that?
-She said Scent of Poplar. Scent of Poplar is a novel by one Pierre Casamayou.
I'd no idea there were two Casamayous.
-Apparently, he's talented.
-I don't know.
So think about it. There must be a reason, however demented.
-There's a reason. I lost my job.
-l had to. My car broke down.
You resigned because your car broke down?
-It's one hour there, one hour back, from the house. That's unhealthy. I saw a thing on TV about air quality in the subway.
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