I Want You

Synopsis: The sequel of Three Meters Above The Sky, starts with the return of H to his hometown where reconnecting with the past means struggle and also a new love.
Genre: Drama, Romance
Production: Warner Bros. Pictures International
  2 wins & 2 nominations.
120 min









/ We pass over the Atlantic Ocean. /

How the story ends?

What happened to the Grandmothers?

Leave me alone.

For some time there another guy and go with it.

And what else?

Nothing more.

I left and did not know what happened to her.

Always a happy ending.

Oh, I see. As an abandoned puppy.

He thought they would not find it?

Do not be sorry.

Aceh, Aceh!

Coat will stain!

It will not happen.

Come on!

But nope!

I only drive this wonderful car.

Aceh, I bought it a month ago.

Well you are hooked, man.

More than fine, really.

Here I put some of your things.

I tried to line up, but gave up.

I assumed that you want to keep.

If you want, put it back in the box.

It's just a picture.


Who is this?

I know you.

The same.

Well, I'm coming.


Hey, Aceh!


Things here are pretty boring.

Finally you came back?



We have someone who they have replaced the motors.

I invited them to dinner, but it is crowded.

Do not go again! Right?


Beware. Wait they duel.

I'm sorry.

Are you the one who wrote the bridge "At three meters above the sky"?


How Much changed during the year.

Who gave you my number?

Who can?

Dorman informant.



What is "Hello"? Come here!

But nope!

Come here!

Its amazing!

But what we are good!


Oh, you liar!

No, no, no, no lie.

Do not lie!

Have you heard with it?

Ever since I left - not once.

Do not tell me that in London at least not called.


Katina, why do I talk about it?

But I met her once.

As always, very kind.

But it is changed.

All changed.

Look what happened with the band ...

I think it should go. Go.

We'll meet again.

Come here!

What are you doing, fool?

You owe 3.50.


How? - 3.50.

Lady with you?


What makes this crazy.


What are you doing?



What we have here? A beauty.

You know the legend of the sirens? Beautiful, but nasasyat damage.

Give me the keys.

First I explain.

I wanted to park, but my bike I stood.

What did for my bike?

What have I done, and my push bike?

I was not.

Indeed, it was an accident.

Can I return my keys?

Call the police, come on!

I want to tell them how it came here to my forehead straight bike.

These are fictions.

That there is my only friend.

You ruined it.

I got here and now back to my damn keys.

Everything is paid.

What are you doing?

Hey, what are you doing? Exit the car!

Leave the damn car!

Go! Hey, thief! Get back here!


Open the door! Open.

Shsh, calm down!

Povtyaray after me and I'll return the keys.

"Steal me."

I repeat it?

Repeat it.

Look, this is my ring. If you open will break the window and get acquainted with your face.

What do you say I, you, your car and one dinner?

I hate guys like you!


From what year is your underwear? From the '80s?

I see. You think it'll show inspired by bad jokes?

Waiting time when you and your bike will you away from me.

By the way, my name is Aceh.


Aceh is short for Roberto Hilario not?


Hugo is a beautiful name.



I would not joke.



My mother is English.

The name of my grandfather is not like jokes with him.


Be careful with your car!

I do not think it necessary to do the first meeting.

This is not a meeting!

Look what you did ...

Relax, I'm not a princess from a fairy tale, I know how to roll up sleeves.

Do you love your parents?


For the name that you choose.

I don't know ...

My parents died.

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Federico Moccia

Federico Moccia (born 20 July 1963) is an Italian writer, screenwriter and film director. His father Giuseppe Moccia was also a screenwriter and director. Following his successful book and film I Want You many people put love padlocks on Ponte Milvio in Rome and other places around the world. From 2011 he is the mayor of the village Rosello (Abruzzo) more…

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Submitted on August 05, 2018


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