Angelica's cat had 5 kittens...

perhaps Mum and Dad will get me one.

I already have a name for it: Dac...

I don't eat meatballs.

Thanks, Mum.

The f***ing salt!

"With my respects, take away the hex.

With my respects, take away the hex..."


F*** you, b*tch!

I'm not hungry.

- Then make yourself hungry.

See? Your daughter does the same.

Nice example you're setting.

You always blame him.

- Quiet, you.

Don't tell my daughter to be quiet.

- Forget it, don't argue.

She's my daughter, too.

Who raised her, the mother?

She hasn't cared since she was born.

For her, she might as well be dead.

Who raised Donatina, then?

Your cocaine addict ex-husband?

Will you get me a cat?

I already have a name for it.

No, no animals in the house.

- Dac... - End of subject.

Hello, Mum? How are you?

Yes. So, when are you coming?

Mum, can I speak to Grandma?

Listen, you should see how good

Donatina is on a horse. It's incredible.

She's better than I was at her age,

and she's prettier, too.

Okay, love you, bye.

What did Grandma say?

- That it's raining in Switzerland.

That she'll come and see us soon.

Who the f*** did this?

I know who it was, if I catch you...

Mum, Mum!

"He who tweets like a canary is no

son of Mary, no son of the Lord...

When he dies he gets ignored,

taken by that man called Satan."

Want to end up in hell, too?

Here it comes!

Now I've got a headache, f***!

Mum, Mum, Mum!

Aria threw meatballs out the window,

she always does it.

You're just like your father,

I'm sick of both of you!

Enough! What's all this noise?

I said I've got a headache and

you don't give a f***, as usual!

I pay for everything,

and all you do is make noise!

Plonking away on that piano!

Come on, don't play the victim.

Refuse to eat and you'll die, you know?

Go to bed, put your braces on

and drink your chamomile tea.

I'll come and kiss you goodnight.

It's all your fault.

- It's your fault!

Ouch, are you crazy?

Don't spit at me, b*tch!

I'll kill you!

I'll kill you! Kill you!

You still owe me 10 million for

that piece of sh*t convertible!

With that guy, as well?

A kid like that...

And you even got yourself

caught by photographers, why?

Because that's the way I am!

- It's your fault! - Your fault!

Your fault! - Your fault!

- Your fault! - Your fault!

There are lots of ways to cry,

but mine is the most arrogant.

See what your father did to me?

He's a monster. Understand French?

A monster!

What happened to you, Ist?

- Nothing. I fell down, Ist.

Are you all dolled up?

- Who's that?

New kid, he's in class 5D.

He's so cool, but really poor.

His parents have a stall at the market.

"Our Father who art in heaven,

hallowed be Thy name...

Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done

on earth as it is in heaven...

Give us this day our daily bread,

and forgive us our trespasses..."

"Hail Mary, full of grace..."

"Forgive us our trespasses, as we

forgive those who trespass against us..."

Miss, Ciccio is copying!

Let's see your homework!

Ah, good!

Copying your homework,

and during prayer!

Go to the blackboard, go on!

And he's not Ciccio, he's Ciuccio!

Ciuccio, get back there! Idiot!

The usual b*tch, you should give

her another bite on the face.

Right, once again the best essay

of the day was done by Bernadotte.

Aria, come up here! - Because her father

is famous? Who does she think she is?

Who gives a f*** about her?

"My best friend...

all I have is her.

Angelica is my friend's name...

but we're so alike that we use

the same name, Ist and Ist...

and we tell each other everything.

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Barbara Alberti

Barbara Alberti (born April 11, 1943) is an Italian writer, journalist, and screenwriter. more…

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