Vampyrer

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Year:
2008
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Who was that on the phone?

Why won't you tell me who it was?

Vanja?

Okay, l know it doesn't matter.

l know who it was anyway.

Okay, l don't know who it was.

ls it here, or the next one?

Can't you tell me?

NOT LlKE OTHERS

There's some for you too.

l don't know how long, exactly.

An hour and a half, two at most.

Yes, great. We'll meet up afterwards.

Can you make it?

Yeah.

No, l haven't had the time yet.

l think she's still sleeping.

l will do it soon.

Yes. Okay, good bye.

Me, too. Bye.

-Did you get yourself a phone?

-Yes.

-What do you need that for?

-lt might come in handy.

-For what?

-For making calls.

l was thinking about

going to the movies tonight

-l don't want to go.

-Well, you don't have to come along.

l want to go dancing.

How about we go here?

And then we can

go to the movies later.

Yeah, okay.

You have poor eating habits.

''Poor eating habits''?

Are you from the 50s?

Yeah, you go ahead and make jokes.

-You don't need that much food.

-That's not the point.

You don't get it. You're always

depressed, so you're never hungry.

Even you can get fat

if you eat too much.

l don't think

there's any risk of that.

-You saw Mom at the end.

-She was genetically predisposed.

-And you aren't?

-No.

-How do you know?

-l've got Dad's genes.

-Oh, you do?

-Yes, l do.

The way you eat,

we can always hope.

You think it shows?

Hello?

Hello?

Stop!

-And promise me you'll tell me.

-What?

-lf l start to gain weight.

-Maybe.

Why ''maybe''?

Maybe.

-Stop bothering me.

-But why ''maybe''?

-Because.

-So you wouldn't say anything?

-We might not always be together.

-Of course we will.

You don't know that.

You're not little anymore.

What difference does that make?

l don't know

if l want to go on like this.

Like what?

-Living like this.

-There aren't that many other ways.

-You said so yourself.

-Yes there are and l want to try.

What?

-To live like them.

-But you can't!

-They'll figure out what you are...

-Maybe, but it's worth a shot.

l've heard that others managed it.

Finally they just blended in.

But...how will you live? How will

you eat? Have you thought of that?

There are other things. They don't

taste good, but keep you alive.

-Wait.

-Go away, l'll be alright.

-There are many things we could do.

-Such as?

-We could go to a club.

-We could?

We can find one

that doesn't have a cover charge.

-l don't know.

-Don't you want to?

-That's not what l said.

-What, then?

-That l don't know.

-Can't you just answer?

lt's usually not much fun.

Are we just supposed to sit there?

How about the movies?

We can sneak in when it's started.

l do that all the time.

-Then what will we do?

-l don't know. Enjoy nature!

Hi!

Hello.

Thanks for just leaving.

How much did we get?

l'd like to have some.

-Why do you always have the money?

-You just spend it all right away.

No, l don't.

-Look, the train! Let's scream!

-Knock it off.

Come on!

Would you like a taxi?

Where to?

-Can you just drive around a bit?

-Okay.

Are you sure

you don't want to go somewhere?

Uh...just drive a bit.

Do you have money?

Well, no.

And you didn't

realize that until now?

-lt was just...

-You think l drive people for fun?

No. lt's just that l...

-What do we do now?

-l don't know. Do you have any ideas?

No, alright.

l'm sorry. l apologize.

Are you sure you don't

want me to drive you somewhere?

-Are you sure?

-Yes. Say where you want to go.

Okay, you can take me

to the other side of the bridge.

No problem.

l'm sorry about that. lt would be

better if you have money next time.

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