Babycall

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Year:
2011
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Anna?

Where is Anders?

Where is Anders?

Anna?

Where is Anders?

Here it is.

You want some milk?

Anders?

Come.

Anna? Hallo?

Hey! Let me in, Anna.

- Hi.

- Hi.

- Do you like the apartment?

- Absolutely.

- Haven't you been awake?

- I slept badly, I just woke up.

- You remember the importance of routines?

- Yeah. He sleeps here.

As the court has determined,

he doesn't know where you live.

- If you want a phone...

- I will not.

If you want a phone,

you gotta tell us.

- He won't know the school Anders's going on.

- He will not go to school.

He is not ready.

I taught him to read, we read at home.

All children must attend school.

As the situation is now, Anders may

begin to live a completely normal life.

He'll start school on Wednesday.

He will also be there.

He needs to be with other kids.

You will sleep with me, right?

Father held the boy's head under water...

marked by the traumatic incident he had...

Goodbye, my dear.

Hello!

Excuse me...

They've just moved the bus stop.

It's right over there.

Hi.

Hi. Do you work here?

Absolutely.

- Was it okay with the bus stop?

- Yes.

I am a bit nervous today.

My son has just started school.

Don't apologize.

I'm pretty worried myself.

Is there anything I can help you with?

Something you're looking for?

- I saw that you had baby monitors.

- Yes, we have in the department there.

This is not my department, but...

- How old is your baby?

- He's not a baby. He's eight.

I am a worried mother.

People think I'm hysterical,

but I cannot help it.

- No, I understand.

Just because you are

so fond of him, right?

Yes.

This is on offer. A good model.

Two channels, high-impact, belt clip...

I need to hear him

when he's in the other room.

This one can do that.

Good...

Thank you for your help.

Look what I've bought.

Is it our house?

Draw the lake, so the teacher

can see how well you live.

- Where is it?

- On the other side of the forest.

- We can go there when it would be warmer.

- Do you promise? Swear?

Yes.

Hello?

Do you hear me?

Anna to Anders, come in.

Mom, where are you?

Hello?

Anna to Anders, come in.

- Cool! You bought a walkie-talkie?

- No, just an baby monitor.

- Mom! Mom!

- You have to talk into this.

- Can I try?

- Yes, but be careful.

I am a walkie-talkie!

Anders to mom,

guess where I am now?

Where can Anders be?

I'm gone.

Guess where I am now.

There you go.

Do not touch it. So I hear you

in my room when you sleep.

You can be a big boy,

and I'll know you're doing well.

- You won't sleep here?

- No. I'll sleep in my room and you in yours.

Cool!

- I am a monster!

- No, Anders. Now we won't play anymore.

You know that mommy loves you,

and cannot live without you?

I know, Mom.

- Sleep well.

- Good night.

Helge? I would like to talk to you.

- I must be at work now.

- Come, let's sit a bit.

- I do not understand what you are asking.

- About what we do if the mother cannot even breathe.

Or get cardiac arrest.

- We must help her, right?

- She is very ill. Maybe she needs the respirator.

As weak as she is now,

she will never get out of it.

But she sat there in bed

only two days ago.

I know.

What happens if we do not use a respirator?

Then she dies.

I just want you to think about it.

Ask yourself what you think

mom would have wanted.

I'm going.

Bye.

- Do you have any fours?

- You ask just about fours. No, go jump in the ocean.

- No!

- Do you have any sevens?

Yes, I have.

No!

No, I will not!

Shut up!

- Let go, damn!

- No, let me!

Let me go!

No!

I will not!

Let me go! No!

No! No!

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