Ana, My Love

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- ...and in Beyond Good and Evil.

- That was the context.

They used Nietzsche, too.

His fanatical sister,

what's her name...

She forged them.

Elisabeth Frster.

Right.

She fell in love with Hitler.

Yeah?

Yeah.

Nietzsche says that

anti-Semitism is abject

and he wants nothing to do with it.

His sister removed that

from the book.

Women!

Yeah.

But imagine not reading Nietzsche at all.

Like Oprea and

all those half-wits.

No wonder you get things wrong.

Nietzsche's Superman

isn't the Nazis' Aryan.

Blond, tall, smart, muscly.

Like my mum likes them!

He's the man who has mastered

his instincts and fears.

Right.

He says morality is the consequence

of a fear that enslaves individuals.

- Because they deny themselves.

- Exactly.

Slave morality means charity,

kindness, humility.

Which strong individuals

don't recognize as values.

So the masses

see those individuals as dangerous.

Obviously!

He's got nothing to do with Hitler.

He was just an impotent masochist.

Right.

...which can't be said

about the master next door!

Those noises!

- Hers?

- Who else!

That's nothing!

She must be faking it.

- I'm sorry.

- It's OK.

Sorry Toma.

- Hi.

- Razvan?

He doesn't live here anymore.

Another glass?

Ana?

Are you ok?

What?

- What happened?

- I'm feeling a bit sick.

I need air.

- I'm getting dizzy.

- Lie down.

Has this happened before?

- I forgot my pills.

- What pills?

- Some pills I take.

- Should I go buy some?

What can I do?

Stay with me a bit.

Better now?

I'll do anything to feel better

I'm the one who lives within you

I am the child within you.

I'm peeing myself!

- Easy!

- Come on. I wanna pee!

I wanna pee!

Let's go there.

Let's go out.

- We're missing it!

- Turn away.

Boo!

You're insane!

How's my Willy?

You like it!

- I do. But now I can't pee.

- See?

We're missing them!

Come on.

So you're a bit older than her.

Yes.

- You studied economics?

- I dropped out.

I applied because of my parents.

But what's a literature major for?

We can teach.

Toma wants to write.

Or become a journalist.

You think there's money

in journalism?

Listen, here in Botosani...

Igor, it's different in Bucharest.

- More?

- No, thanks.

- You didn't like it?

- It was great, but I'm full.

What about the second course?

Just serve him,

no need to ask.

- So you're alone in your dorm room?

- What's this, an interrogation?

He's old enough,

he can handle it.

- So you see a lot of each other?

- Every day. At university.

- Where are you from?

- Pitesti.

- What do your parents do?

- They're teachers.

Biology and chemistry.

So how do you manage for money?

We rent out an apartment in Bucharest.

It's in my name.

He's got a scholarship, too.

Is the apartment big?

Yes, it's pretty big.

Three rooms.

The kitchen's about the size

of this room.

- How could your parents afford it?

- Tutoring for med school.

Any siblings?

No.

- May I?

- Go ahead!

- You?

- No.

Eat a bit.

- Very good.

- I know.

I left Igor's spare pyjamas

on your bed.

I'm fine like this.

It's very hot.

Boo.

Get out!

- What do you think?

- Get out. Are you nuts?

He'll come after you! Get out.

What are you thinking about now?

It's silly.

It's got nothing to do with it.

I remembered the joke:

"Clothes don't make the man".

Is that a joke?

Did I say that?

The proverb, whatever.

Joke.

Do you think clothes

make the man or not?

Seriously?

Of course not.

So why do you think you associated

wearing Igor's pyjamas with the proverb?

Clothes don't make the man.

Just now...

I remembered a dream I had.

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