Atak paniki


Welcome back

to my astrophysics show.

Let's draw several spots on the balloon.

The last fart of our star.

There's no energy left,

the sun explodes.

Check the distance between the objects.

We're gone.


If we blow a bit more...

Fear is gone, sin is gone.

We quickly notice that the distance

between the objects is growing.

And love is gone, too.

That's how the universe works.

And us, well... We think we're alive,

counting those pathetic days and months,

while in another dimension

the catastrophe already happened.

We're dead.

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You feel anything?

Not yet. You?

Me neither.

Dziku! You feel anything?

Do you believe in karma?

What karma?

That karma comes back to you.

If you do something bad,

something bad will happen to you, too.

If you do good things,

those good things come back to you.

Maybe you didn't put enough.

It's enough.

How do you know how much is enough?

Maybe you think it's enough,

but actually it's not enough.

And this.


- Where are you sitting?

- Over here.

Would you mind swapping seats?

Agatka's not feeling well.

She'd like to be closer to the lavatory.

Yeah, let's swap.

- Are you sure?

- No problem. Right, Ela?

We don't want to be any trouble...

It's no trouble at all.


Something's up with her today.

Something's up.

I wonder if they'd swap if you asked.

What's your problem?

He's your boss.

He knows you can't refuse

and he's using you.

Because I swapped stupid seats?

Ela, come on. Are you serious?

Turn the airplane mode on.

You can sit by the window.

No one else is boarding the plane.

I don't want to.

- Move over. No one will sit there.

- I don't want to.

Move over. Or I will, if you don't.

And if I do, there's no swapping.

- Go ahead.

- Alright, I will, you'll see.

Hello. I got through, finally...

We're listening.

So, my neighbor died three weeks ago.

She's waiting for someone, poor thing.

She's six years old, cream...

What's her name?


- Lovely...

- She has those sad eyes...

Because her mistress died two years ago,

and now her master.

She's been vaccinated, sterilized,

she's very good and so we're waiting.

I wrote advertisements...

Can't you take that poor pooch?


I wish I could.

Well why can't you, Mrs. Krystyna?

What did I tell you?

- I'm on the phone.

- What did I tell you?

My room is off limits to those animals!

You're washing this.

I don't care what you come up with.

I'm leaving for work, I want it clean.

What the f*ck is this,

a house or a zoo?!

If you had hung it properly,

the cat wouldn't lie down on it.

Maybe think from time to time,

instead of doing everything last minute.

Leave that computer

when you're talking to me, Miosz!

- Miosz!

- Jesus! There. Happy?

How dare you talk to me like that?!

Like what?!

Like that!

We'll see what happens when I'm gone.

Yeah, yeah, give me a break.

You better watch that tone.

Breakfast is ready.

Take that dog away from me.

Kapsel, get over here.

Kapsel, get over here.

I'm asking politely...

- Take that dog, now.

- Kapsel, come over here. Kapsel, come.

- Go away.

- Come here.

You should call your sister.

You don't even care.

She doesn't call me either.

You could take her as an example.

Kama has a normal job.

And mine isn't normal?

You could sell windows, too.

You could work in a company...

And where do you think I work?

In a zoo?

I live in a zoo.

- Then move out. You're free to go.

- I will move out.

- Then move out!

- I will.

- Then move out!

- I will move out!

- Then move out!

- I will move out! You...

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