Funny Games U.S.

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2007
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Bjrling.

Suliotis?

Close.

Bjrling is easy.

Tebaldi.

You win.

My turn.

- No looking.

I'm not.

Did Daddy look?

No.

You sure?

Yes.

Okay.

Oh, God.

Gigli?

Of course, but what?

Well? Darling?

I'd say Handel.

Right. But what is it?

Not a clue.

Well?

I give up. What is it?

Three-two to me.

Hey, hands off.

Hey, no. Just... Just listen.

Hey! That's not fair.

What?

Practicing's not fair.

You're still on for 10 tomorrow, right?

You're still coming?

Uh, yeah, sure.

We have to launch the boat.

Can you give us a hand,

in about 20 minutes?

Yeah, sure. Yeah, I'll be there.

I'll come over in 20 minutes.

Okay, great. See you then.

Bye!

What was up with him?

Don't know.

Seems weird.

She didn't say a word.

Who did you talk to

about the game tomorrow?

With her.

- When?

- Day before yesterday.

- And?

- Nothing, she was fine.

Where's Jenny?

I don't know, sweetheart.

Maybe she's at the beach or inside.

- Who were those guys?

- Don't know.

Maybe relatives.

Doesn't her brother have a son that age?

Don't put that there.

Take your stuff upstairs, please.

Yeah.

Keep the doorway clear

or someone's gonna trip.

We have a lot more in the car.

Hey, are you listening to me?

I'm going, already.

Open the windows, please.

We need to let some air in.

Yeah, Mom.

Get out, Lucky. Out.

Come on, get down.

Come on.

George?

Yeah?

Where are the other groceries?

I'll get it.

Golf clubs were in the way.

Hurry up, everything's getting warm.

This cooler's a piece of shit.

Stop it, buddy.

You'll knock me over.

Go to Mommy, go on, go to Mommy.

She'll give you a treat.

The meat's in the other box.

Will you grab it for me?

I'm just opening the windows.

Leave the shutters in the front,

it'll get too hot.

Lucky, come on. Honey, get out.

Will you...? Come on,

I'll get you something in a minute.

Lucky, please.

Will you call the dog, honey?

Lucky, get out of here.

- Call the dog.

Lucky.

Go on, honey.

Come here, come to Daddy.

Stop it, Lucky. Be quiet.

I'm sorry. He's...

He's nuts. Come in.

Hey there, Fred. Good to see you.

Thanks for helping.

It'd be pretty hard on my own.

No problem. This is Paul.

- Pleasure to meet you.

- Pleasure.

Paul's father

is a business associate of mine.

Thanks for helping.

No, the pleasure's all mine.

Not so much his.

Lucky, come on.

- Sorry, he's crazy.

Stop it!

Hey! Come over here!

- Thank you, honey.

So when did you get here?

- Last week.

- You too?

- No.

- Yes.

Well, they didn't get here till

the weekend. We got here on Friday.

Hi, Fred. Thanks for coming right over.

It's good to see you. How's Eve?

Fine.

- Hello.

- Pleasure to meet you, ma'am.

And where are the Keys?

Got it?

On the southern coast of Florida.

Isn't it hotter down there?

No.

Push.

It ain't all the time.

Last year when I was in Miami

it rained cats and dogs the whole time.

And you were up here and you were

swimming every day, remember?

Still, it sucks that Jenny isn't here.

It's boring without...

Careful.

I am being careful.

That was an expensive overhaul.

See? Not a single scratch.

Well, now you can help me

put up the boom.

You got it?

Yeah.

- Put it down over there.

- Okay.

But she told me

she'd be here the whole time.

Yeah, well, I don't know either.

I don't know why she told you that.

Maybe she went out with a friend.

We'll ask her mother tomorrow

when we see her.

Anyway,

forecast for tomorrow is wind.

Why was Uncle Fred

behaving so strangely?

Well, I'm not surprised.

She got pretty worked up about it

last time.

Come on, just forget about it.

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Michael Haneke

Michael Haneke is an Austrian film director and screenwriter best known for films such as Funny Games, Caché, The White Ribbon and Amour. more…

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