Ren shan ren hai


Your son ran away from his family.

Spend some time with him.

I'll take him back tomorrow.

It's harrowing to have him here.

I'm here because I have something to do.

A tragedy happened.

I'm looking for someone.

What does it have to do with my son.

Take care of your son.

Get off the bike!

I don't want to!

- Hurry up!

- I don't want to!

I'll stay on the bike.

I'll stay on the bike.

- Get off!

- No!

- Get off!

- No!

I don't want to!


All those who had to leave - left.

I did not leave anyone.

And was not left by anyone either.

I was looking for two more months.

And all in vain.

I went to Inner Mongolia.

This - the thread to unravel,

which I've found for money.

And unraveling this thread

was only possible with money.

I haven't seen him.

I don't know where he is.

Weren't you roommates in jail?

Even if I knew

I would not tell you.

Buying motorcycles?

Yes. Is this your bike?

Name the price.

This bike of yours is good for nothing...

The repair will take 120.

Really? For this price?

That much I can give.




You lived there with your father.

Why did you come back here again?

I will not leave!

I divorced your father.

You're as good with him there.

I don't have enough money.

I can help you with your work!

This business of mine goes really badly.

I have no money to raise you.

Do you hear? Tetou!

Tomorrow I will send you back.

Go to your father.

Do not forget to ask him for money.

Get up, I need to change the sheets!

This father of yours

does not behave like a human being.

You can not ask him for money -

he does not even think to give them.

Hear Tetou? Come back tomorrow!

I will not leave!

You will not go, then he will come!

When you're here, I can not afford

to look after you!

Do not you pay for the night already?

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