Pozitia copilului

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2013
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I'm ashamed to tell you

what he said.

Stupid and an idiot, that's nothing.

"Go f*** yourself', he told me,

and "go suck cock-

you motherfucking idiot".

And I'm destructive!

Isn't it natural to want

him by my side for my birthday?

What's the big deal?

Stop suffocating him.

Let him come to you.

Come on, Guta. I saw him today

after two and a half months

because I insisted.

If it were up to him,

he wouldn't call for ages.

He kicked me out of his car.

-"Getout", he said.

- No way...

Look at the bruise.

And now he's on his way

to Tulcea to see her.

And he's coming back

f*** knows when.

Leave him alone.

You're pestering him

and it's eating you up, too.

What does Relu say?

What can he say?

I've stopped telling him.

In the three years since he's been

with that creature

she's been controlling him

anyway she pleases.

Pick me up, take me there,

buy me that-

she's got him by his tail,

like a little mouse.

Cornelia, this is life, dear.

I told you to have two children.

Then you'd have been able to choose.

She's such a slacker.

This summer at the seaside:

did she ever pick up a plate

to put it in the sink?

Hers, notours, mind you!

Is it wrong for me to have access

to my son's home?

And she hasn't given him a child yet.

How long?

Don't bring him to me.

Take him to the hospital,

to Dr. Timaru.

Just go straight to him

and tell him Dr. Cerchez sent you.

Well, just slip him a little something.

I don't know.

Whatever you think is right.

OK.

Do you want me to talk to him?

He said our generation

should just disappear.

Patience.

- Happy birthday.

- Thank you.

Happy birthday and all the best.

Relu, you've met before...

Just the director and his left kidney.

Mr. Voinescu, secretary of state

in the Ministry of Public Relations.

- ....for Parliamentary Relations.

- Relations, yes.

- My sister, Olga Cerchez.

- Good evening.

Her husband.

Serban. Nice to meet you.

- My wife, Pusa.

- Good evening.

Mrs. Leontina Vaduva,

our great soprano.

Great to meet you.

My husband.

Serban.

Prodanel. I kept my maiden name.

Take a seat.

Good evening.

- This is Simona.

- Nice to meet you.

To many years of life!

Who will be living long?

Cornelia... happy birthday to you

God grant you health and long years...

What's that you're drinking,

Campari Orange?

Just orange.

No Campari, else his hand

might shake.

Like Dr. Ciomu's.

You're talking rubbish.

Why does everybody think

Ciomu cut that guy's dick off

He mistook the retroperitoneal

duct tail for the cremaster,

he didn't chop his dick off

and feed it to the ducks.

And this is not malpractice?

No doubt.

But it's not like he meant it.

Don't butt in.

I don't butt into your domestic affairs.

My affairs are wider.

The first floor is non-livable.

Nonsense. It's in the blueprint.

I'll throw in two garages

and a basement unit.

You can call Mrs. Cornelia

to decorate the place.

Give the woman a job.

Happy birthday.

She's expensive.

But she's flexible.

Isn't she.

I took the aquarium measurements with Barbu.

Where's Junior? Isn't he coming?

He had an emergency and had to leave.

- So he's not coming?

- He called to wish me happy birthday.

He's sorry and

he's sending you his best.

Come on, husband, dance with me.

Mr. Voinescu is exhausted.

Yes, ma'am.

Clara!

Come have a cup of coffee with me

when you're done.

I'll make a list of the stuff I need.

I've run out of Pulitutto.

I'll get it for you.

You don't take sugar.

How much do I owe you for Friday?

Mr. Barbu already paid me.

So how was their place?

As messy as usual?

So-so.

Don't tell me the woman

has changed her ways.

They're turning his office

into a room for her little girl.

You don't say. How's that?

They put in a crib instead of the couch.

So where's his office going to be?

I don't know.

What can I do?

He's made his own bed.

So your kids, then, how are they?

How's the girl?

Good. She's in college.

So when you dusted Barbu's nightstand,

what was he reading?

I bought him Herta Mller.

He hasn't touched it.

I got him Pamuk.

Afterall, they won the Nobel.

He hasn't even touched them.

The last one I read that I liked...

...was "Beautiful Strangers", by...

I cleaned the closet.

I only woret hem a couple of times.

They cost over 200 euros.

They won't fit me, I've go twide feet.

For your daughter, then.

She's younger.

Are you done with the living room?

Don't wait an eternity.

Follow him.

- What is it, Guta?

- There's a problem with Barbu.

Don't panic.

He's fine, he's not injured.

He was in a car accident.

How do you mean, he's fine?

We're going to Slobozia

and I'll explain.

What kind of accident?

He's run someone over.

A child. He killed him.

Are you coming, Neli?

There's no signal in here.

Leave me.

So he called me.

There.

Now he's not picking up.

Relu.

He's in surgery. I talked to him.

Come on, I'm double-parked.

What hospital is he in?

- Who?

- Barbu.

Didn't you hear me? He's fine.

The boy is dead and

Barbu is at the police station.

So it was his fault, wasn't it?

I don't know, sweetie.

When you're in an accident,

you have to go to the police station.

Come on, you'll try again

from the car.

Relu, where are you?

Why won't you answer when I call?

When are you coming?

What do you mean, it's pointless?

Go ahead.

Relu's asking if he'd been drinking.

- He told me he hadn't.

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