Fonzy

Synopsis: A fish deliveryman in Paris becomes involved in a legal battle with his sperm donation children.
Genre: Comedy
Director(s): Isabelle Doval
Production: DistriB Films
 
IMDB:
5.0
Metacritic:
55
Rotten Tomatoes:
67%
Year:
2013
103 min
Website
3 Views

- Mr Costa?

- Yes.

Follow me.

- Your first time?

- Yes.

When you're done, come see me.

Good morning, Diego.

Time for breakfast.

I'll go see the banks!

You owe us 50 grand!

Vile want our money!

Got 50 grand?

I'll get it!

Love and kisses, Mum.

Dad wants you.

You're 45 minutes late.

I know.

- Speed it up.

- I'm racing.

You took the van home.

You're a drag!

I said not to use it

for personal reasons.

- I know...

- But you do anyway.

Yes.

Got the jerseys for tonight?

Sure.

This is serious, OK?

First game of the season.

Have you got the jerseys?

Do you hear answers?

- Hi,

Yes, baby. Yes...

Yes, you're my priority.

Crabs!

I wasn't talking to you.

That wasn't for you, honey.

Listen to me.

Why did I knock her up?

- Diego, never have kids. Promise.

- I promise.

You bet I'm listening.

I'm with customers right now.

You're breaking up.

It's the connec... lo?

Damn... Your... break... up.

...all you ba...

love.

She's killing me.

Let's go.

Sorted out your debts?

I'm hopeful.

I'm seeing the banks later.

Statistically, I should get a loan

but, if not, there's plan B.

I'll need your green thumb.

My green thumb?

No one else is any good with plants.

I bought

a small hydroponic greenhouse.

You're growing pot?

Yep.

Only top-end stuff.

Tangerine Dream.

2010 Cannabis Cup winner.

The Cannabis Cup? Shit...

Over 30 days to bloom

for a yield

of 200 to 400g a meter.

But with a good gardener...

500 to 700g. Are you in?

Absolutely. Great idea.

On top of the stress

of the labour alerts from that hysteric.

I could use my free time

to join a drug ring

and risk being part

of a huge court case.

Is that a yes?

No! It's a no, for God's sake!

How much do you owe?

- How much?

- 50 grand.

50 grand?

If you shout it, it sounds a lot.

Diego...

I love you like a son.

I am your son, Dad.

That's why I love you like a son.

But if you don't have the jerseys...

It's the team photo.

We need them.

I have them.

Do you have them physically?

- Can you actually touch the fabric?

- Yes.

- You say yes but you mean no.

- Calm down.

It's been three weeks.

- I have them!

- He won't have them.

He doesn't have them,

he won't have them.

For sure.

Listen, I have the jerseys!

You squinted.

Check his eyes!

See that, he squinted!

Enough! Please!

Cdric!

I was stuck in traffic!

30 minutes late.

Help me out.

I need them for the team photo!

Come on then.

I swear I have the jerseys.

You swear but can you really swear?

On our mother's grave.

Leave Mum out of this.

On Dad's life.

Yeah, mm;

What can happen?

They're in the van.

I don't believe you.

Shit!

Wait!

Shit...

F*ck...

Shit...

Hiya!

You.

I'm so happy to see

Hows it going?

You've got a damn nerve.

You vanish without a word,

then turn up like this?

When you love someone,

you don't just share the good times.

You have to be there

during the bad times too.

When you leave someone,

you lose that privilege.

I never left you, Elsa.

I've just been busy.

Cut the crap!

It's not crap.

I have a lot of work on right now.

We've been dating a year now

and I've never been to your place.

Why can't I come oval?

I never said you couldn't.

But termites

have wrecked my?oorboards.

OK, I get it.

We had water damage

earlier this year...

After that, we had...

fungus on the walls from the damp.

Dry rot. Like leprosy for a house.

So move out, Diego.

It takes time to get it decontaminated.

I'm hiring a drier to speed it up.

I'm pregnant.

And I'll raise it on my own.

What do you mean, on your own?

I'd rather be alone with a baby

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