Felix and Otilia


Not a convenient question, don't you think?

Perhaps my time didn't arrived, Miss.

No women ever loved you?

- Beautiful people exist only in pictures.

- I have a picture of cars. You can have it.

You didn't answer my question,

Mr. Pascalopol.

What can I answer, Miss?

At my age I don't have such concerns.

Give it up, I know why you come to visit

'cause you don't come for me...

If you love her,

why don't you propose?

You are not reasonable,

Miss Aurica.


You must give a card.

- Now you speak like you know...

- Mom, I speak what I see.

Bad cards.

Let's go to roulette! There you will lose...

You'll earn more money.

You don't go, Simion?

I don't like to play.

It's mine, I lost it.

I have torn pockets.

- What, what?

- I have torn pockets.

Look! Costache, you are not ashamed?

How is your money?

- We have pockets...

- It felt from Pascalopol.

- But I saw!

- Pockets broken... I.

Otilia, but maybe Mr. Felix is hungry.

Give him something to eat!

Oh, how bewildered I was!

How I could forgot...

We have nothing to eat.

Daddy, is there something to eat

in this house?

Look what I found.

That's all I have.

You have to eat.

The bank is closed.


Take your hand from there!

Costache, do you have some dough,

so I don't have to go home to get some?

I don't, dear.

- Lady Aglae, I'll borrow you.

- No...

But why?

Get it from him!

- May I?

- Well... We'll make out at the end.

- Go ahead, bet.

- What you said, Miss Otilia?


- Simion, why do not you go to sleep?

- Go and lie down...

- 27...

- Costache...

And you play 27 too?

- I go to sleep.

- Okay, let...

Don't won?

Why do you want?

But I lost ten...

Because I see that you bemoan all the time,

today I received from someone a thousand lei

and I will loan it with interest.

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