Miami

Synopsis: Two sisters reunite after years of separation. Their lives intertwine as they share a dream of a bright future, only to find out that the past can't be easily undone.
 
IMDB:
6.4
Year:
2017
119 min
26 Views


A FILM BY ZAIDA BERGROTH

Good evening, Hartola!

I'm Angela.

We are the Amazing Angels.

It's unbelievable she'd try

to bullshit us like that.

As if gas would cost that much.

I had a deal with him. It's my money!

Shut the f*** up!

Let me talk to him!

- Hey!

Shut up.

Give it back to me!

Now you better run, girl...

Come on!

Thanks for intervening.

It was brave of you.

Hi, I'm Angela.

- Anna.

Where do you live?

Straight ahead.

It's a 20-kilometer drive.

You don't have to take me...

- Of course I will!

I'm in no hurry anymore.

I had a room in the hotel, but Jakke,

that guy, might come looking for me.

Are there any hotels nearby?

- I don't think so.

Everything's closed for the winter.

Wow, your bone structure

is beautiful.

This light brings it out.

That show was so basic.

You should see us with real lights

and costumes and all.

Do I talk too much?

- No. Not at all.

If you can't find a hotel,

you can sleep at our house.

My house, I mean.

I live by myself. My clad died recently.

- Oh no.

There's plenty of room.

You're some kind of an angel.

Nice house.

Would you like tea or something?

- No thanks. I'm beat.

You want to say

a night prayer with me?

Excuse me?

- I always say a night prayer.

I don't usually do that.

- I'll say it for you.

Dear Heavenly Father.

Thank You for today.

Thank You for everything

You have given us.

Thank You for bringing us

to a safe haven once again.

Amen.

Now I feel sleepy.

Praying relaxes the mind.

Good night.

Good night.

Good morning.

- Good morning.

Oh, coffee. Lovely. I so need it.

Could you go into the living room?

There's something for you

on the table.

This book?

- Yeah.

Dear Dad, How are you?

I'm good.

Bye! See you soon!

Angela

Okay.

I think I need a cigarette.

I don't know about that.

Why don't you let Tiina do that.

I think it looks really nice.

Do you remember anything about Dad?

I mean, I was really young

when they divorced.

I saw him a couple of times

after that.

I guess my mom and your mom

didn't really get along.

I must've written you

a thousand letters as a kid -

after Dad told me

I have a big sister.

- But he said your mom wouldn't give

you the letters anyway. - Oh no.

But I thought about you

a lot back then.

It's pretty funny

how you found me now.

I have to get going.

I have a couple of gigs in Tampere

over the weekend.

But I don't know

how I'm going to make it.

I had an argument with the girls.

Driving alone is so exhausting.

You have a driver's license?

You'd want me to come with you?

- Why not.

It's so weird touring alone.

And I have to do these gigs

because I owe some money.

I have work. I can't come.

Okay.

Well. It was really nice to see you.

Bye then, sis.

Wait!

I wonder why Dad didn't

contact you after Mom died.

Stop. No use dwelling on the past.

Everything turned out really well.

I don't smoke.

That's smart.

I also quit!

This will be a general report

about wind power subsidies...

She's so cool.

Look how well that coat fits her.

The way she holds her shoulders.

Hey, you could listen to this song.

I'd like to use it in the show.

And we'd dance to it together.

I don't know how to dance.

- Of course you do.

I'll show you.

It's not difficult at all.

No. Seriously.

I called the venue.

They weren't too happy -

when I told them

I wasn't bringing a group.

We'll do

really simple choreography.

A beginning and an end,

and we'll improvise in between.

One, two, three...

Then stop and pose.

One, two, three...

Breathe out.

Okay.

If someone in the audience shouts

at you, just smile at them.

Did you invite me along

just because of this?

Because you needed someone?

Let's just get this over with.

I can't do this.

Well, then we won't get any money.

But I can't force you.

Okay, I'll try.

Hey.

Imagine this is a club

in a Miami casino.

There are large windows at the back

and you can see this beautiful bay -

and lights and yachts.

The place is packed

with fine people.

Everyone is beautiful,

well dressed, rich and happy.

And they're all drinking champagne.

Bottles are opened.

Hear them pop.

Pop. POP-

Suddenly everyone becomes quiet.

It's dark.

You can barely make out

two figures onstage.

And we start dancing.

They all applaud.

But we don't even care.

We don't care about anyone else.

Just look at me.

Just keep looking at me

the whole time.

Show us your tits!

Nice ass!

Thanks! The audience was great.

Good evening.

Take us

to the most expensive bar in town.

Anna. You were great!

They shouldn't let whores in...

You're an impolite

and repulsive person.

If I wasn't here with my sister, I'd

smash your teeth against the counter.

Anna, let's go. Go, go.

How boring are these people!

Let me grab a couple of bottles,

and we'll go.

Our hands look alike.

Your ring finger is also longer

than your index finger.

It means you're ruled

by your emotions.

It's true with me at least.

I thought I might've been

a big disappointment to you -

because you left like that

in the morning.

I thought you might be embarrassed

having someone like me for a sister.

No.

You're the one Dad chose back then.

I'm happy you found me.

God arranged things once again.

When I had a rough time

at school or somewhere else -

I imagined you'd show up

and take me away.

I remember

you coming to see me once.

At times I thought

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