Meteo

Synopsis: Mail author for translation. Egy kihalt gyarnegyedben, a varos peremen, valahol Kelet-Europaban, egy ures muhely kozepen all egy kad. Eckermann, a meteorologus furdik benne. Ideje java ...
 
IMDB:
7.1
Year:
1990
98 min
29 Views


Ecker, it's me, are you there?

Listen, I called you to let you know,

we will do it today.

We'll take the bath tub as well,

don't worry a bit, you'll join us, ok?

I'm coming there, wait for me. We'll

do this then just fly away.

...message from the commander... in the

coming weeks, the liquidation of

deserted factory zones will be

finalized. the demolition of the

buildings are at noon every day. the

removal of waste is at the end of the

month. we warn all illegal inhabitants

of the buildings to leave the closed

zone. we do not take responsibility for

any harm suffered there. also...

- Are we leaving then?

- Yeah.. I'm staying. I'm tired.

Let's get the hell out of here.

Cloudy, where are you?

I'll eat you up, you pixy.

Cloudy!

- Eckerman, listen, do you remember me?

- Your water is cold, Cloudy.

Your friends are here. We are off to

the Cert. You are so beautiful, like a

god! Are you ready? Afraid, huh, you

white god. We will do it today, you

know. You are on duty tonight, right?

- Will you finish it tonight?

- Can you do it Ecker?

- Come on one, two, get out of the tub.

- Come out Cloudy, my lovely.

- You drag him into it, too, eh.

- Come on, blow your nose.

- We must pack your stuff.

- We'll get you some dough. And buy you

a new tub, a transparent one.

- You'll be happy! - I'm happy already.

- Sure, because you don't eat.

- You're getting dumb, when was the last

time you've eaten?

- He won't last too long.

- Oh shut your mouth, will you?

- Ecker lasts longer than anybody.

- I bet I can do it for 10 days.

- Listen, Cloudy, you know what, we are

in as well! We are cool.

- This is serious. No food until we

get the big dough.

- Really? Blood contract then.

Delicious. Let's do a blood contract.

- Get out of here with your thin blood.

Blood... eek!

- I want to see your lovely blood.

- You f***ing bastard.

- Leave me alone with this sh*t.

Ecker, tell him to f*** off!

- Where are you, huh? Look at this.

This is my blood here.

- You are not interested, eh?

- I was talking about fasting only.

- So no food, huh? All right, but I'll

rip your guts out if I catch you eating.

- All set, no food! Just our job to do.

Take it easy, you buffoon.

- Come here Ecker, I'll protect you,

won't let this one touch you.

- Now take a look around, what

mess you've made.

- Are you OK, Cloudy?

We are off tomorrow.

- Beater, why do you need that Icon?

You won't look at it ever.

- You haven't checked it out once!

- That's a nice picture.

- Give it to me and I'll sell it. There

is no f***ing risk here. You'll make a

profit or at least get your dough back.

This is high-tech, you fag.

- If you touch my hair again I slaughter

you. - OK, OK..

- Just lend it to me.

- That's a saint picture, you get it?

- Don't take me as a fool. To you, in

this lifetime, I won't lend anything.

- You snapped? You will have your

own apartment, Beat.

- There you go, kid, run!

You better shut your mouth now.

Where is the Icon?

- Listen, Ecker walks in, then walks

out. Look at me, Beater.

- So dumb you are. Consult him. Sending

your brother to death. What are you?

- If there are any problems you will be

taken down as your face is familiar.

You will sink like this. And the money also.

- You are mistaken if you think I'm

going in there, Berlioz.

- Ecker will go in then.

- Ecker won't go in.

- Why don't you go in, kid?

- Because my face is important to me.

If someone beats me up, I'm done.

I will work with this. I need this.

- You get it, puppy?

- You are beautiful indeed.

- But if Ecker gets beaten up that's no

problem for you right?

- You want me to take this in then?

- Get lost. On your way. You are thin.

- You will go then. Ecker will watch

out. Come here, listen. You go in before

him, check the place out. If you sense

any trouble, let him know discreetly.

- You think he got it?

- Take care of him!

- Dumb one! Hope you rot in hell

you bastard! Burn everything!

Easy.

- Come on! Let's go!

- You got it? How much?

- Ecker?

- Don't stop, he's clean, will be alright.

- He has the Icon? Or you got the dough?

- Who is this?

- Picking up whores while waiting?

- What's up with the dough?!

- Where is the Icon? And the dough?

You left the Icon there?

- The gentleman here is part of that

company as well?

- The lady here can't hear. Deaf.

- Were you looking for someone?

- If you don't want to die and rot, make

sure we never see you again.

- You understand me, right? Are you dumb

as well, or just deaf?

Ballsy guy. Show it to me.

- Stop then and throw her out if you

wish, but stop yelling at me.

- You are an animal. She's a refugee,

she is not even Hungarian.

- I didn't even touch her, don't you

get it?

Where are we going? To Ecker's place?

- Hey Beater, hey Berlioz.

What's up, boss.

- Where is your gun, Henrik, your

homeland is being undermined.

- You are doing shady deals here why we

drop our blood, son?

We will shoot you like a dog if we win.

- You got anything? Any news from

the market?

- We are fresh millionaires.

- Came to see Ecker? He is not here.

- Are you dealing with refugees?

- Who is this girl?

- You want her, Henrik? Pay up.

- Nah, I will catch something.

- She is a virgin.

- If she is, that's too expensive.

- You can get her for free if you

f*** off.

- You are lying.

No one is a virgin for free.

- When are you moving out? Can I come

with you?

Sure, Henrik. To your mum.

We are not taking her in then?

How long shall we wait?

I see you still got your sense of humor.

- You had her, right?

- It doesn't matter, shut up.

- You always do this, pathetic.

- What? Shut it.

- I'm pretty hungry now.

- Too bad for Ecker. He's a genius.

- They'd get him on board, still.

He could make it happen.

- Ecker is a f***ing loser.

He can't move, can't eat alone.

- You don't even feel sorry for him,

huh? You are f***ed.

Crying now, eh?

- Whatever. This whole place will be

blown up soon anyways.

- You want some coffee?

- Yeah.

- You scared me a bit. I'm so happy!

- Me too.

Are you on duty tonight, Lacika?

Two spoons of sugar, right?

Here you are, delicious.

- Yesterday we went to that kind of

store where you can buy animals with

my friend, as she wanted to get a

lizard. That scalloped one you can keep

among rocks. So we took an umbrella in

case it might rain, but it didn't.

There was no lizard though, just

snakes. Nice thick ones, squirming

around. My friend fondled them but I

didn't dare to do it, so...

So it was like that.

- I don't know how is it with you but I

don't sleep that much nowadays.

Sometimes I don't sleep at all.

- Probably 'cause I'm afraid of my

dreams. I have terribly beautiful ones.

- Sometimes I walk around and meet

people. Sometimes I don't.

- Then I just walk for a long time,

and stuff like that.

Are you going to be here all night?

- I will bring you more coffee.

Before I leave.

Our precious is here.

That's the system, right?

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Géza Bereményi

Géza Bereményi (born 25 January 1946) is a Hungarian writer, screenwriter and film director. He was awarded Best European Director for his film Eldorado at the 2nd European Film Awards. more…

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