Synopsis: Samuel works in Brussels as a pharmaceutical delivery man. His gorgeous girlfriend Mireille heads off to New York to intern at a prestigious architecture firm. Shortly after her departure, Sam's computer is hacked. A series of rather dodgy IT-guys fail to protect his wireless network. The mysterious hacker seems intent on screwing up Samuel's life and his relationship with Mireille. Paranoia kicks in. Sam starts to suspect his neighbors and gets obsessed with WiFi-rays... Love, paranoia and two lovers separated by an ocean of communication devices.
Director(s): Alex Stockman
  1 win & 2 nominations.
91 min

It's almost the same blue

as in our bedroom.


My Torino lamps, complete fakes.

Not bad, for a cad-monkey.

- Show me some respect!

If you can't sleep,

just count the taxis.

25, 26...

This pharmacy is incredible.

- Isn't it?

Can you please zoom?

Your favorite neon-green.

Specially for you.

- Great.

Apple of my eye


Hello there, how are you?

- Great. You?

I'm fine. I get by.

I went to the seaside today,

with a friend.

Back to work tomorrow.

Still, what we've had

they can't take away from us, eh?

You're right.

- Hang on a minute.

Look at this. Feel it.

It's soft, isn't it?

It's fleece.

Hold that, I'll just...


Practical, huh?

- Yes.


- No, that's for you.

Thank you.

- Pity Mireille's already gone.

You could send it.

- We could.

That's a good idea, eh?

- I'll see.

In America it can be cold 'til mid-June.

- I know.

Sleep tight.

- Thanks.

No more bets!



I've got a problem.

I think someone's using my network.

I already have.

It's off.

Do you know anyone who can help?


Is that the name?

Give me his number.

How are things there?

Some other time. I'm too tired.

No, I've got a tough day


Sure. Definitely.

See you soon.

See you soon. Bye.

The plexiglass is lovely.

But the red's a bit too intense.

- That red is cool.

Remember what you yourself

once said?

If the grass was red,

everyone would go mad.

You said it.

Have you been to Lower East Side yet?

- I've only been here for a week.

Next Thursday:

No excuses.

- I've got a Zaha Hadid reading.

You don't have to go to that.

Have you seen the plans

for her Antwerp project?


- Absolutely hopeless.

It's... Spielberg meets Duplo.

That's it.

So, next Friday:
Tonic Room.

The night train's here.

Sweet dreams, prince.

- You too.

See you soon.

See you now.

See you now.

"Skyping with the camera on

makes me sad, sweetheart.

OK with you if we leave it off?"

"Good idea, darling!

Sweet dreams."

Katia speaking, how may I help you?

- I'd like to block my visa card.

Is it in your name?

- Yes.

Have you got the number?

- Yes, just a moment.

Watch out, eh!


And your name is?

- Samuel Verbist.

Could you spell that?

Yes. V-E-R-B-I-S-T.

Verbist, OK.

Thank you.

Medical supplies- Frequent Stops


Bye. See you soon.

I'm kidding.

How's Mireille?

- It's hard, but she's learning a lot.


- I bet she is.

New York is a fantastic city.

What exactly is she doing there?

- Working in an architect's office.

Watch out she doesn't settle there.

- Mike!

Go on.

- Thank you.

Good night.

- Good night.

Hello, it's Kriku.

- I'm on the 4th floor.

Do you think someone's trying

to crack my system?


- Hack it, I mean.

I don't know. We'll see.

I've had my credit card blocked

just to be sure.

You'll need a new password.

I'd advise you to include

a typing error in your password.

Typing error?

- Aspelling mistake.

Like, 'school' with a 'k',

or 'plough' with a 'w'.

It confuses them.

Is it OK now?

- I don't know. We'll see.

Could you switch the modem off?

Wait about ten seconds

before switching it back on.


I was on early shift

on Tuesday and Wednesday, too.


I just hope that dispatching

doesn't mess everything up.

I don't want to get caught

in the rush hour again.

Yes. At 2 o'clock.

Is that your girlfriend?


- She's called Mireille, isn't she?

Do you know her?

- I went to St-Luc with her.

She's working in New York now?

Cool. I knew she'd go far.

- Really?

The best thing would be

to reinstall your operating system.

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