Ausente

Year:
2014
14 min
36 Views


Spread your fingers.

Arms up.

Well. Open your mouth.

Lift your leg up a little.

The other.

Done.

Name?

Martin Blanco.

- Age?

- 16.

- And from Colegio San Marco?

- Yes, of San Marco in Versalles.

- Your Teacher?

- Sebastian Armas.

Remember swimming teacher?

- Santiago?

- Santiago Suarez?

That is, I don't remember.

I have not fixed the test report

to consent.

- Good.

- Can you swim?

Yes.

Tell your classmate

that he can come in.

ABSEN You're doing great,

but it can be a bit quieter.

And Gonzoalo, you do it very well.

Very good. You must be careful

how your leg out of the water.

Your kick is not quite right.

Well, let's go.

All to the water.

Go ahead, all the water.

Well, here we go.

Watch your head.

We don't have much time left.

Can I go to the toilet?

There's something in my eye.

- Yeah, go ahead.

- Thank you.

I check the list before they arrive

and after you have dressed.

If one is absent, ie truant.

Note that. I'll get the list tomorrow.

Remember that Blanco is not there,

for that I bring to the hospital.

Where was it?

In oogcentrum. You follow the Juan B.

It is 20 minutes drive away.

- Good. Goodbye.

- Take care.

Shall we?

Does it hurt?

It annoys a bit.

It is behind my eyelids.

- Would you call weary?

- I call my grandmother a while.

She does not answer.

There's nobody home.

Come on.

Do not worry, because you have nothing.

Probably shocked

because of that glass.

Maybe there was something, but have

we flushed it. Does it still hurt?

- No.

- Fortunately.

If it still bothers you,

come back tomorrow.

Well.

- I take you home. Where do you live?

- Can we go back to the club?

To the club?

Yes, I had been haunted by Juan Pablo

to sleep with him.

- Has he seen you left?

- No idea.

Do you think he is waiting for you?

No idea, I would sleep with him.

Well.

If his friend is not here, I bring him

home and I'll call you back.

Yeah, me too.

- He's not.

- Then bring you home.

I don't know if my grandma is there.

You live with your grandmother?

- And your parents?

- In General Roca.

Why do you say that your grandmother is not there?

If I'm going to stay, she sometimes

and to her sister who lives in San Justo.

And you have no house keys?

Yes, this mar sitting in Juan Pablo's backpack,

on my cell.

Well, we're going to your grandma

and there we'll see.

But don't worry,

I'll leave you alone.

Call your mobile

then take it to your friend.

Yes, but I think he is off.

We went straight from school to

pool, but I'll try a bit.

And?

No, I get the voicemail.

Thank you.

What is it?

No.

Thanks for bringing it, sir.

It's no trouble, Martin.

She's not there. I'll wait for her.

Do not worry.

No, come with me.

Do you know where Juan Pablo lives?

Yes, I think so.

We always take line 114.

- Is it far?

- No.

It is on the other side

Devoto of the square.

- I believe that it should be.

- I know something better.

We go to my house, eat something

and I'll bring you to your grandmother.

Try again.

There is none.

Give it.

- Sebastian, do you mind?

- I'm coming.

Go in and sit back.

Is that you, sir?

- Shall I make you a sandwich?

- Yes.

I was about your age.

A little older, 20, 21.

- May I go to the toilet?

- Yes, that sits next to the door.

I've already called the school,

but there is none.

All that stuff I forgot.

I hope that his grandmother is there...

otherwise I'm not so good

what to do.

No, I don't know how that goes.

He can not meet his fate.

I have a meeting. Call me later,

then we go eat three of us somewhere.

For the same money you make you terribly

pressure and about his grandmother at home.

She passed him, got his friend

and went home.

My brother asked if we passed.

Or in the summer for him.

I must answer him today.

Well, okay. A kiss. Bye.

Come on.

May I take a shower?

So I smell chlorine.

- If you don't mind.

- No, you know. The bathroom is over there.

I grab a towel.

Can I passed?

- Here.

- Thank you.

Martin, I need to grab something.

I have a T-shirt for you.

It's yours to keep.

I bear it no more.

- Was he still open?

- Yes, fortunately.

Sorry to bother you,

but I wanted to say something.

Those of the fourth to the repair

the floor would not pay.

I told her...

- That's...

- It's good, don't worry.

- I come back another time.

- Okay.

- Goodbye.

- Bye.

- Sorry, I did not think to post.

- It does not.

You did nothing wrong, but people...

Are you going to get it dressed.

- May I have your deodorant?

- Of course, you don't have to ask.

She's not there.

Then you go back to my house.

You can in the living room. You get

I can get this problem.

I can not leave the streets

or to the police.

That would not be

and it is such a hassle.

I ask just anyone to

tell, because you are a minor.

Really, I can get into trouble

a student with me when I sleep late.

- You get that anyway?

- Certainly, sir.

Well, let's go.

Put the window shut.

Have you gained perfume?

Yes, yours

I thought that you are not using.

No, I got it from my brother.

I think he's not so good.

- Sorry, but I thought...

- You don't apologize.

Well. Sorry.

So bad as that.

You can not hurt

you can not go home.

We're going home, ordering a pizza

and tomorrow we forget everything.

Well.

Yes, I have put a bed in the living room.

I think not.

It is a quiet boy.

If he steals, and...

I'm not all CD's in my bedroom

bring. Well I'm not rearing.

First you say that I must not only and now

let you complaining that he steals something.

I'm crazy for you.

Well, come here to sleep.

Why weird? He will correct

more at ease.

You must know yourself.

And him here alone?

That is totally stupid.

That's crazy.

I'll sleep with you tomorrow.

Well, you come over here.

Okay, but what you want.

It's good. Bye.

Arise, then I make the bed.

Hey.

- I am so ready.

- Do not be. Sorry.

Do you not toothpaste?

I want my teeth.

I just take it.

All right, sir?

I was thirsty.

What do you drink?

- Water.

- Can I have a little bit?

Yes, I'm coming.

I go to sleep.

Martin, wake up.

Come on, it's half past seven.

I'm going.

No, first breakfast and then we go.

We are so.

I'll take a bus.

No problem.

I'll take you to school.

If you drive past the sports hall,

you can sell me on the square.

Well.

- Good morning.

- Good morning.

What happened?

When I arrived this morning, I saw

the police. There is sometimes a dead guy?

No, but you're not far wrong.

Carmen morning when the school opened

at half past seven...

The police came with the parents of a

student who has come home yesterday.

They wanted to know if anyone at school

knew anything. The mother of all states...

and in tears, and when Martha arrives

and hears everything...

the pupils and trickle

this guy comes over like nothing has.

His father gives him a slap in the face

and the boy is stunned.

He said he had a friend

would stay, but it was not.

His mother was accidentally

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