New York, I Love You


I've been trying to steal you

from your wife,

but it hasn't worked so far.

Can I get the bill?

You lost your wallet?

You lost your wallet.

Is this yours?



Yeah, that's my wallet.

- Merci beaucoup.

- Money's gone.

I recently lost my wallet,

but I managed

to get my money back.

A young man should never

be without cash.


Knock yourself out, young man.

You lost your wallet?

Did you lose my pictures, too?

Pictures? How could I?

How did you get these?

I took these, like, five minutes ago.

Aren't you full of surprises today.

You took off your ring.

Ben, your keys.


Ben, wait up!

[Man on speaking device speaking Gujatari]

[Speaks Gujarati]

I've come into the city

only to do this deal,

so it better be good.

My customer wants natts, ASAP.

I'm in the middle

of my wedding arrangements,

but I came here to do

this business with you.

Who are you getting married to?

His name's Chaim.

Chaim in the mood

For love


Where's my invitation

for your wedding?

Did you invite me to your wedding?

Oh, I wish I had.

with Hasidic people.

I know nothing about them.

They know nothing about Jain peoples.

Strictly business.

We don't come to 47th Street to chitchat.

While you inspect the goods,

I'm going to eat.

Excuse me. Hmm?

You can't eat meat, right? You Hindus?

No, we are not Hindus.

[Clicking tongue] We are Jains.

Hinduism is too materialistic for us.

No meat, no fish.

- And what can't you eat?

- No pig, no shrimp.

- What else can't you eat?

- No onion, no garlic.

- No milk and meat together.

- No potato, no roots.

- Nothing that hasn't been blessed.

- Nothing too spicy.

It is exciting the passions, you know.

The Christians... they eat everything.

They're like the Chinese.

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Hu Hong

Hu Hong (Chinese: 胡宏) (1105-1161) was an influential Confucian scholar during the Song Dynasty more…

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