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Your ticket, Monsieur. - Good evening, ma'am.
-Eva! I'm so glad to see you!
I was thinking that you gone back to America.
-Servier've been looking for you. -I was here.
-Forgive me. -Do not apologize.
I know I seem harsh. You do not like me at once.
It takes time for me to feel things.
And I want to be loved.
Do you remember that party?
Of course I remember.
When was it again?
That was before all this terrible.
Now talk about "frkrigstid" -
Do you think they see the stars? -Who?
-The home. It is the day where now.
Why is it no stars of the day?
Sometimes you have to turn off the lights to see.
A few years earlier
Yeah, about that.
Laura, when are we going home?
Soon. Come closer.
In the morning we wake up in Paris.
Welcome to the L'oiseau de paradis.
Efter Bucharest, Warsaw, Prague ...
-I freezes so. You're just scared.
America's most celebrated media.
In the evening, you will not witness a performance.
You will experience something.
Here we go.
Welcome systrarna Barlow!
I do not want to disappoint anyone.
We will reveal to you what you have lost.
Your dead relatives.
What do they say?
We can talk to them.
Is it a spirit?
Are you ready?
Are you ready to hear it?
... the two women?
-No. I think it's scary. Come, Mme. Do not be afraid.
Expect nothing, hope for everything.
Listen to my sister's breath. Concentrate on her breath.
-Yes. -Mother? Mother?
Is it you, my child? -What's his name?
Tell Juncker, if you want a private seance.
-So we meet at last! -Amazing display.
-Bjud her over to England. I have full of ideas.
-You have to meet my sister. -Where is she?
Sit here. I'll get her.
A maximum of two glasses, we said. We're not done yet.
I want you to meet someone. But the birds, then?
They are still there.
And private seances?
-Is that all? It's hard times for everyone.
Kitching and London, then?
He quickly disappeared. We had no time to talk business.
-Gick he? -Not the first time.
I am terribly sorry.
-What is it? -Nothing. Did you sleep.
How nice that you came. I've been waiting.
Sorry about yesterday. I was rude.
-Champagne? -No thanks. Not her either.
-What beautiful home you have. I love knickknacks.
But I care not for them. -You speak good English.
-That was nice said. -You have an accent.
-Additionally the French. -You are right. I was not born here.
We need another chair. -Why?
I understand. - Martin, we would need to chair.
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