Decoding the Past: Doomsday 2012 - The End of Days

Synopsis: It is doomsday that is foretold in the Mayan calendar, the Chinese oracle of the I Ching - even in an internet-based prophetic software program: December 21, 2012. This History Channel documentary examines the myths and offers a fact-based examination of this historic event. The DVD also includes a bonus Documentary: Mayan Doomsday Prophecy, which digs even deeper in the prophecy that surrounds this date in history.
Production: The Asylum


- Rimini.

- Hi.

Come in.

Aren't they gorgeous?

When he arrived

he couldn't move his left arm.

Frida did a miracle.

My friends...

l'm very happy to have you all here.

l want to toast you,

who give meaning to my life.

We search for the truth...

that is hidden within us.

This truth, when we discover

and acknowledge it...

gives us harmony and fulfilment...

which makes the simple things in life...

like breathing, worthwhile.

Also l'd like

to toast Rimini and Sofia...

who have restored our

faith in love.

Today they're together 12 years.

You thought l'd forgotten?

l did as you asked.

l went a day without seeing you.

l never felt so alone.

Not because l don't know

anyone in this city, or because...

it seemed l was the only living

soul on the street...



l realized...

without you l'm nothing.

The one thing that matters

is to love you.

Now and always.

That's all l have to say.

Frida we need

to tell you something.

No, you don't need

to tell me anything.

l already know.

- You're pregnant...

- No, Frida.

lt's awkward to tell you...

but we thought you should be

the first to know...

and not find out from somebody else.

Rimini and l are separating.

l was thinking l'll stay here.

l couldn't stand

changing everything at once.


That's a relief.

The flat won't disappear.

lt'll still exist.

Rimini l've changed my mind.

l'll move out.

l couldn't stay here

with all our things.

l'm entitled a new life.


Do what you think

is best for you.

The red ones are for you

and the blue for me.

l separated them so that

we don't meet at the same flat.

lt'd be weird.

l just saw the perfect place for you.

One of those 50s buildings,

high ceilings.

l wouldn't mind visiting you there.

Well, leave the address

and l'll go later.

No it must be now.

Someone else is interested.

l can't now.

l'm working.

Ok, do as you wish.

l'm in no hurry.

l just thought you'd like

to see it.


Did you see it? Did you like it?

l made the down payment.

l'll sign the contract tomorrow

and l can move next weekend.

So soon.

What do we do with the bed

and the wardrobe?

Keep them.

- Are you sure?

- Yes.

l'll keep the desk, ok?


lt's where you work.

l've separated

the linen sheets for you.

We bought them in London,

in that shop on Portobello Road.


l don't need them.

l have everything.

Take them, they're yours too.

Our life is here.

Ok, l'll take them.

Keep it.

And the photos?

What shall we do with them?

Another day.

But we can't leave it too long.

No, no.

- Will you call me?

- Yes.

Are you going to call me?

Of course.

Hello Rimini.



You're not there?

Call me.

l'll be here from 7 to 9.

You have two hours.

l don't know if you remember,

but you owe me something.

Do you think l'm stupid?

l have no eyes?

l don't see? l don't hear?

Why do you do this to me?

Why do you humiliate me like this?

More proof?

What do you want me to do?

You want me to have you followed?

You want pictures taken

of you f***ing that c*nt?


You're a bastard!

lt was when l realised everything.

The idiotic excuses he gave me.

Her name torn out

of his address book.

The times he arrived

with wet hair...

saying he'd been at the gym.

l don't know what to say.

l'm sorry.

All the times he stood me up.

l'm human you know.

l have eyes.

l see what's going on.

What are you doing tonight?


Shall we go out?




Do l have to sign?

Coming down.

lt's 3 in the morning

and old Frida's gone to sleep.

lt does me good to write you, Rimini.

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