Le passe-muraille

Synopsis: A man discovers that he has the ability to walk through walls.
95 min


You still smoke?

No, I'm getting old.


You want your bag?

You bought a car?

No, I borrowed it.

What's that?


It's too cold.


What's wrong?

My wrist hurts.

Let me.

You're getting old, too.

Look, do I have enough room?

You do.


What are you doing?

The past

Do the girls know I'm here?


Didn't you tell them?

I thought you might let us down

at the last minute, again.

Put it in fourth.

I'm here now, let them know.

I'd like to see them.

We're going to see them now.


We're picking up

Lucie and going home.

Didn't you book a hotel for me?


You were supposed to.

I wasn't sure you'd come.

What do you mean?

I wasn't sure.

Something came up last time.

Just two days before...

Don't worry about it.

We don't have all day

for your excuses.

Just because I canceled

my trip once?

Not just for that

The girls would

like to have you.

I don't want to disturb.

You won't disturb us.

You have to come for

your suitcase anyway

when it's delivered.

Come change your wet clothes.

I drove around the block

to avoid a ticket.


She left.

Did she know you were coming?

Let's go.

Since you were late,

maybe she went home alone?

It's not the first time.

She came home

at 11:
00 last night.

They all go through this.

It's normal.

No, it's not normal.

What's her problem?

She's been giving me

hell for two months.

Can you talk to her?

See what's wrong with her?

If she still remembers me.

She loves you.

Even now?

Where are you going?

Turn right!

I was daydreaming.

You've forgotten everything.

I was distracted.



You shouldn't leave

this here, it's risky.

Is Lucie home?


Fouad, you broke it.

Pull harder...

I can't, I'll hurt my hand.

No, not like that.

First put one side on,

then the other.

I'll show you.

So this

goes here.

There we go.

It's dried out.

We need some oil.

You know where to find some?

It used to be

in the cupboard in the shed.



My dear L.

Doing good?

You've grown so much, sweetie.

Hello, sir.

Your friend's ignoring me.

What's his name?

His name is Fouad.

Hello, Fouad.

How are you?

Come inside, Ahmad.

And you, Fouad,

come get your things

in the bedroom.

It wasn't in the shed.

You changed its place

while I was away.

There's some in my father's car.

Where's the shelf that was here?

That old wooden shelf?

We moved it.


There were books of mine on it.

All your stuffs

put away in the shed.


take your things upstairs.

I don't like it upstairs.

What? I don't like it upstairs.

Please, do what I said.

Watch the paint.

Wasn't the other color better?

It's not done yet.

My wrist made me stop.

I could've done it

while I'm here.

It would've kepi me busy.

Didn't you want

to go to a hotel?

I'll do it.

Ouch! That hurts.


It's fine, thanks.

It's okay?

Here are the keys.


I left some clothes upstairs.

Go change before

you catch a cold.

What are you doing here?

Go on.

You sleep upstairs

and Lucie here.

Lucie, call me back, please.

I have a surprise for you.

It's just while Ahmad's here.

Hurry up, please.

What a pain...

Is that your father's

car outside?


You live here?


With your father?


Since when?

Since school started.


Don't bother making your bed.

You can go sleep downstairs.

What a pain.

First it's upstairs,

then it's downstairs.


It's upstairs, then downstairs.

I'm sorry.

Why are you coming down?

He told me to.

Ask him,

with his old furry beard.

They can't all sleep downstairs.

You live with someone?

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Marcel Aymé

Marcel Aymé (29 March 1902 – 14 October 1967) was a French novelist, children's writer, humour writer, screenwriter and theatre playwright. more…

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