Frio sol de invierno





Dr. Mateo, he's here.

There he is.

At last.

What are you doing here?

I was reading.

You can do that later.

Come with me, please.


Dr. Galvan and I have signed

your discharge papers. Okay?

It'll be okay

when I'm outside.

Of course.

We've prescribed some pills and

you can go to the doctor in town.

Remember, Adrian, it's most

important to avoid a relapse.

You can go and get

your things if you want.

Can I make a call first?

If it's to home,

they've been notified.

But before you leave,

call info

my office first.

Is my father here?

Your father?

Not exactly your father.

They finally found you.

What are you doing here?

I wanted black

and got a cappuccino.

Does everything work

that way here?

Your father's busy

so he asked me

to come.

You see...

He and his girlfriend

decided to move away a few months

ago. About six months...

How long have you been here?

- A year.

- Then it could be longer.

He thought it best not to tell you

because of your... recovery.

Don't look at me like that.

He's signed the house over to you.

By the way,

while we're on the subject, you have

to sign some papers I've got here.

So where is he?

I can't tell you that.

I'm sorry.

He wants it that way.

You aren't exactly

on the best of terms.

Let me talk to you more

as a friend than a lawyer.

He isn't trying to make things

difficult for you. Really.

The house is a fantastic gift.

At least try and cooperate.

And every month you'll receive

a cheque for expenses.

Call into my office

and I'll give you the first one.

Believe me, your father's just

as upset about this as you are.

What the hell,

another cappuccino!

It's in treatment.

The machine.

Personality disorders.

Well, damn it.

Talking of treatment...

Don't worry. Your father's

made provisions for yours.

I'll drive you home.

I'd rather walk

than go with you.

Don't look at me like that.

This is none of my doing.


Aren't you glad to see me?

I'll drive you home.

You're coming too, aren't you?

- Yes...

- Come on then.

I've finished.

Look at the time!

Take that and close

the gate after you.

There's only 30 here!

You don't say! You're a clever one.

Whdd have thought so?

But we said 60!

Did we hell!

Have you seen what time it is?

It's 2 in the morning!

I can't run

a business this way!

For f***'s sake!

But you said

there'd be more people.

Well, you know what they say.

"Take it or leave it. "

At least give me 40.

You're good at asking, aren't you?

Take it and get out.

You're losing me money.

Don't come back tomorrow.

I'll find somebody else.



Do you live here?

Do you work the street too?

That's my son. He doesn't work

anywhere. That's the trouble.

You didn't say you had a son.

Do I ask you about your wife?

There's no comparison.

A fine example

you are to the kid!

Leave the sermons

for your family, eh?

Take me to the bridge.

I'm really late.

Are you having me on?

I don't want you here

when I'm working.

So stay in your room.

Keep still!

I said keep still, damn it!

Or I'll hit you

with the torch.

Keep still!

Who the hell are you?

Gonzalo. Is that your real

name or is this false?

That's my name.

Bad luck, eh? You break in

to find the owner there.

Don't even think of moving.

You gave me quite a fright

with that torch.

Please let me go.

Sure. Just what

I was thinking! Damn it.

What were you after?

I don't know...

So why did you break in?

I thought the owners

weren't coming back.

Well, you got part of that right.

They've left but I'm here.

You've been unlucky.

Are you going to call

the police?

Have you got a record?


Surprising, since you're

such a bad burglar.

How could you break in

without wearing gloves?

You've left

fingerprints everywhere.

I could say that anything's missing

and just show the police this.


Maybe we can make a deal.

I'll give you this back

and forget about tonight...

if you get me a gun

in a couple of days' time.

What do you say?

A gun?

I don't know anybody

who's got a gun!

You'll think of something.

That'd just make things

even worse than they are now.

You have to get out

of this first.

Look, I've a friend

who may know someone...

- Can they be trusted?

- Yes.

I doubt it.

What do they do?

She's my neighbour.

So she works

as your neighbour?

No, damn it!

I mean I know her pretty well.

She works nights

on the bridge road.

Just tell me what this is all about.

I don't understand a thing.

Your neighbour

or whatever he is

broke into my house while I was

there. That's what ifs all about.

- What did you take?

- Nothing?


So what's the problem?

He wants a gun for my ID card.

You want a gun?

What for?


I didn't come here

to answer your questions.

I need a gun.

Get me one, I'll give him back his

ID card and we forget everything.

And there's something

in it for you too.

Yeah, we could get into

big trouble too!

I thought

you were working for

- that scrap dealer.

- He's a bastard!

Sure, but he gave you a job.

He told me not to go back.

Working till

2 AM for 30 euros!

Okay, so he's got your ID card

but it's his word

against yours.

We could ask the police

what they think.


And it has to be now?

Three clays at the most.

But I've never

seen a gun in my life.

Well once,

when a customer took one out

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