Happy Few

Synopsis: On a perfect English summer's morning, Henry, leader, warrior prepares his men for battle. Though it is the same battle they have fought before and the same they will surely fight again they will go, as always, for him.
Genre: Action, Drama, Short
4 min

Everyone hopes, even the very

happy ones, that something will happen.

That something would change their life.

Rachel, l'm ready.

- Well, see you tomorrow.

Bye. Are you coming, Bascar?.

- lf you drive me.


- See you tomorrow.

Well then!

- See you tomorrow, thanks.

OK, l'll also finish now.

Hearts with skulls? l don't know.

- Don't you like it?

l find the design too banal.

l thought of mini hearts

glass. You see, like this.

With a crown of thorns, what do you think?

- Yes, it could be pretty.

Now l have to leave.

- Have a nice evening.

See you tomorrow.

Ah, good evening.

- Good evening.


- Yes?

Can you reach to go through

the changes with him?

l want to see how

far they are with the stand.

Yes, no problem.

- You can discuss it with her.

Should l rather come Thursday?.

- No, no! - Good evening.


- Don't worry, this doesn't much time.

l'm going up quick.

So, the text of the homepage is

good, clear and understandable.

lt's quite large.

lt appears as a site for short-sighted.

- l don't think so.

l don't care. lt's attractive

and yet simple.

Was it your idea with the corals?

- Yes. - Looks great.

Oh yes, that has to be different.

Diane wants pass word access,

so that only our customers

can enter.

She wants to avoid that

someone steals our ideas.

l see. But then you won't

get new customers,

People coming from the main page.

We're aware of that.

- Good. And the translations?

Oh yes, of course! For the

fair, we'll nee the side

definitely in English too.

We can clarify the rest later.

l could ask my wife.

She translates my websites.

We can search the technical terms

of course.

Okay, perfect! And have sent a file

with the photos to you.

Did you see them?

- Yes. Who modelled for you?

A cousin of Diane, why?.

- Just like that.

You find her ugly. So do l.

There are nicer women.

l would take you.


- Yes. You're looking good.

You have that certain something.

l'm not 18, no chance.

And how do you like our jewellery?.

lsn't my taste. All original,

but somehow too Gothic for me.

Well, to Gothic for you? With

Gothic you're completely wrong.

But the skulls...

ln the baroque period, they were a

symbol of transience.

A bit too dark, l think.

Have l offended you now?

- No.

No? l better say nothing more.

Help me please. How's

the style of your wife?

Rather modern?

What she wears, for example?

l'll show you a picture of her.


This is Teri.


- No, her mother's American.

And these are our children. Tim,

Jackie, the cat and Thelma, the great.

How old is she?

- Ten.

You were early to become father.

Yes. lt wasn't planned. An accident.

Give me the phone, Tim!

Yes, Rachel?

l want to ask something

on behalf of my husband.

He wants to know whether

you like to eat spicy.



Too fast.

- Too good.

l'll answer her.

Vincent. The one with the website?

- Yes. Open it.

That's it. Comb them

always well behind,

because the lice prefer

laying their eggs there.

l have a stomach

of steel, Teri. Who is it?

His wife. Stomach of steel?

Oh. Presumably means that

she eats just about anything.

Do you feel it?

What? What should l feel?

- A burning.

That hurts, because you press so hard.

- Excuse me!

One of my teachers in Beijing was 96 and

had more power than l in the fingers.

You've been in Beijing?.

- Yes.

And when?

- 15 or 16 years ago.

The Olympics would have thrilled me.

Have you been a professional gymnast?

- Sure.

Have you participated?

- Yes, in Seoul, '88.

Do you have a medal?

No, l was very young

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