I didn't take her back.

I hid her in the hold.

Kandilli Control, nortwest.

Kandilli Control.

- We're passing you.

- We've seen you. Bon voyager.

Hang in Kamil.

How are you? Headache?

I feel like elephants

f*ck in my head.

What are you looking for?

Documents. The ones they gave

yesterday. They've got to be filled.

Look in down.

They do this eveyday.

As if it's big deal.

- Would you get this lubricated?

- What, to stick up my ass?

What are they asking?

About you. Name, age,

how many years and such.

Tehe engine power, capaciity, crew.


The lenghth, speed, colour,

height of the propeller.

- What the f*ck is this?

- What is this?

- We'll leave it blank.

- Never heard anything like it.

Fuckit, leave it blank.

We really got down to some

drinking last night.

We shouldn't have somked

the last joint.


- You shouldn't mix it with booze.

- He lit it. We were doing fine.

I was really hungry. Haven't

had a thing, right Kamil?

There was something at breakfast.

So I'm not hungry.

- I didn't eat, didn't I?

- You ate everything captain.

We went to somewhere?

We were in Laleli.

- Why the hell we went there?

- We went shopping.

We're here.

Drop anchor.

Why didn't you take

the girl, you idiot?

You're fucked up son.

He left the girl?

He said he would. Then he came to us.

His clothes were wet and...

...he said he would dry them.

We carried on drinking.

You told us to go there.

And to take the girl.

- I was robbed.

- Call the boxer.

Where's the girl?

- I took her in the morning.

- How'd you do that?

Didn't the police ask you

where you found her.

Didn't they?

What's this blood, jerk?

You idiot. Tell us what

you did whit that girl?

The crew was coming.

I left her and buzzed off.

What are you saying?

Nobody noticed you?

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