Le jour des corneilles

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2012
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They can heal legs, right?

Father, it's to cure you.

This is great.

Where did they go, these two?

Father!

Father, father! There!

Lots of weird huts.

Ah, ah!

It is you who stinks like that?

You know to heal legs?

Move over, go away.

- Are you sure?

- It's him, I tell you.

What's he doing here?

Father fell from the roof.

What is this!

Stand back.

It's good, move down.

Next.

To the classroom at the end.

Come here.

Next.

Take him to the refectory.

Next.

You know how to heal legs?

What are you doing here?

They're not with you?

No, I don't know.

Oh!

I wonder where they come from.

I put them there while waiting, but...

Good morning.

How's your name?

What happened to your father?

This is your father?

You know how to heal legs?

Yes, I know how to heal legs.

This is my job, you see.

Ah!

I'll examine him, may I?

He fell from the roof.

Where is your mother?

In the outer-world.

In the outer-world.

- What is that?

- I don't know.

It's a triple fracture.

We'll have to operate.

Huh? And the boy?

What do we do with him?

There is no free bed?

Uh... Si

In the back room.

I can put him there.

Come.

Come, I say.

Oh, Doctor!

He bit me!

We will manage otherwise.

You will not leave me here?

Already that...

Don't worry.

You'll stay here for tonight, okay?

We'll make you a place on your father's bed.

- Let's go.

- Don't push.

I'm not pushing.

This way.

Come on, hurry.

Look, the branch.

He was there.

I bet he's inside.

Good morning, you slept well?

I present to you my daughter.

She's called Manon.

Go with her

while I treat your father.

It will take a while,

so you will be much better with Manon.

Isn't that right, Manon?

Manon, I'm counting on you.

Okay, okay.

Don't worry.

I will take good care of him.

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