Heiße Tage im Juli

Synopsis:
Genre: Drama
Year:
1984
109 min
121 Views


Excuse me.

Who are you? What do you want?

Why the hell do you speak german?

-What?

-What do you want?

I'm hitching, and I was going to ask you

if I could hitch a ride, thats all. Take it easy.

F*ck!

F*ck! Fucking shit! F*CK!!

Shit! Damnit!

Hey, I'm talking to you!

Shit. Come on.

We gotta get out of here!

Mother fucking shit!

Like one corpse wasn't enough.

Now I'm dragging 2 mother-fucking corpses!!

What did you say?

Are you okay?

-Yeah, I'm ok.

-Good. Get the hell out!

Ouch.

I Think there's something wrong with my neck!

-I said:
GET OUT!

-Hear me out.

You almost killed me, but I'm still alive.

And you're happy you didn't kill me.

Why not show me a little of that

happiness by letting me tag along?

Please.

Come sit up front.

My name is Daniel.

Isa.

Okay, Daniel.

Where are you from?

Hamburg.

My ant lives in Hamburg.

What do you do for a living?

I'm an teacher's apprentice.

-I'm gonna be a teacher.

-A teacher? You?

Shit, really!

You don't look like a teacher.

What do I look like?

Don't know. You look more like a bum.

Going to the south?

-To Turky.

-I see.

Going on vacation?

Nope.

I'm looking for a girl.

Your wife?

Nope.

Are you in love?

Cool. Tell me everything.

It's a pretty long story.

We have a hell of a long ride ahead of us.

By using Newton's law

on the problem, we see -

- that speed is the most

important factor.

How fast must X accelerate from

a ramp with an angle of 10 grades -

- to surpass 25 metres of

gravitational power?

Anette?

-Anette?

-Don't you see I'm busy?

-Ernie?

-No idea, old man.

Kira?

We cant have ordinary class the

last day before the summer vacation!

-What are we supposed to do instead?

-We end it.

-Good bye, Mr. Bannier.

-Good bye, Kira.

Have a good vacation.

He walks past you every day, and

you still haven't talked to him?

-I'm to shy.

-You? Shy?

Shit.

That's him!

-That guy with the glasses!

-Come on, talk with him!

Hey you!

Come here.

It seems like you can need some luck.

-I'm in more need of a new bag.

-What is this?

-A sun.

-What is a sun?

A ball of gas that the earth,

as well as eight other planets orbit.

The sun light up life. For you,

for her and for me.

-Another word for light is..?

-Energy?

-Another word for light is luck.

-Ah, ok, the ring brings luck.

-You're really smart.

-I'll be a teacher soon.

A teacher? Really?

That's funny.

-What is your name?

-Daniel. Daniel Bannier.

Wonderful name.

-And what is your name?

-I'm July, like the month.

What about the ring?

It's an old maya-ring. The legend

tells us, that the one who carries the ring, -

can recognize luck.

You will soon meet a woman that

also carry a symbol of the sun.

It's only she that can bring you

true happiness.

-How much?

-Don't you like it?

-Yes, but...

Why don't you fight a little for it then?

-Ok, 30.

35. It's all that I've got.

But I really want the ring.

Ok, but only because I like you.

-Thank you.

-Wait.

This is tonight. Stop by.

Thank you so much.

-I'm looking forward to it.

-Me to.

Bye.

-July?

-Yes?

-What was that?

-That was Daniel Bannier.

Yes, I got that, but what's

so special about him?

He's got something deep inside of

him, waiting to be released.

Like what?

-Hey! 1.person, singular, teacher!

-Hello, Kodjo.

I'm going to Jamaica, to drink

cold pina colada, smoke weed, -

- and look for the Kini sisters.

Do you know the Kini sisters?

-Don't think so, Kodjo.

-Bikini and zukini.

-Where are you going on vacation?

-This year i'm staying in Hamburg.

Stay here? Won't you go anywhere at all?

You need some sun.

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Hellmut Andics

Hellmut Andics (25 August 1922 – 19 August 1998) was an Austrian journalist, publicist and writer. more…

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