Souris chez les hommes, Une (A Mouse with the Men)


Get rid of her right away.

Remember that people gossip, sir...

Turn that off. I don't hear a thing.

- You don't have to yell at me.

Nothing. I was talking to my wife.

You have a wife. That makes it easy

to be strict with others.

No problem, sir. A reliable business,

ten years of recommendations...

...with adventurous speculations.

Try to understand. I have to take

her home. I promised.

Sure, but don't touch her.

You can't tell her anything about us.


But if I tell you...

- Swear.

I swear.

- Good. That's much better.

And kind regards to your wife.

Good evening.

Doctor. Are we going?

Unfortunately, we have a patient

with allergy symptoms...

But what about me? The day

before yesterday, I felt a pain here.

That's worse than an allergy.

This could kill me.

You were going to look at my X-rays.

Don't leave me behind here, doctor.

You can't do that...

A last drink?

- I'm in a hurry and I swore...

Impatient man.

Have a look.

I'll be right back.

Swear, Marcel.

The newest Dufour design.

What do you think? Delicate, isn't it?

Your X-rays look fine.

Call me Catherine.

Lay down.

Take off your shoes.

- No, I don't want to.

I never do that when

I'm with a patient.

You're a strange one.

I figured as much.

A doctor is different from the rest.

Keep your shoes on...

What's wrong?

- My delirium.

I shouldn't have drunk anything.

It's hereditary.

My parents both drank.

I've already strangled a few patients.

I need a chamomile drink.

Shall I call the doctor?

- A cab rather.

Hello, cab?

He'll be here in three minutes.

You're a character. You don't let

anything get you down.

A real man always stays calm.

That's true.

The cab's coming.

- He'll wait.

It's downstairs.

- That's alright.

This is not possible...

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