Stories USA

Synopsis: Ten individuals set out to find themselves in an alienating world, filled with heartbreak, deception and tragedy. With so much at stake, these strangers struggle to overcome their fates and find their place in a frequently harsh and unforgiving world.
Genre: Comedy, Drama
90 min

Yes Mister, already rescribed the contract

with the new stipulations.

- Where are they?

- You the control for fax.

Did you make the changes that I told you?

If, I included the increase of the 4

% in the 10 extra millions.

No, no, it is not it is this way the one

No, that was what you/they told me.

- Who did tell you that?

- The lawyers...

They are some idiots, and not

I understand its lack of communication.

No, this well, didn't have

it forms that he/she had known.

Ok, this is what I want that you make.

- He/she could wait a little.

- This well.

Thank you... Hello Jody.

Mr. Harper wants

to see you in their office.

- Clear.

- Do you want that that makes?

You know that this well, you don't have that

to make it, I have not even finished.

- You go home.

- Sure?

If, it is late, I don't want

that your parents worry.

Veto of here, ok.

- Merry Christmas Angela.

- Merry Christmas Jody.

Hello, Lorraine, undoubtedly I will go.

Allow me to call you of turn.

In some minutes I promise it to you.

Still working in the contract.

What can I make for you?

One doesn't eat...

I feel bad with what I happen...

This well, this ok.

Don't worry for that reason.

Not this well.

I sit down as an idiot.

Take too much and you know as

they are the navidad parties.

We had a he/she drinks the year

past, it has been a difficult year.

For sure if.

Alone he/she loved you

that I really sit down it.

These excused.

Thank you.

Merry Christmas Angela.

Your also Jim.

You call me of the work, I thought

that you went first home.

Don't worry, I have everything with me.

- They come for here Angi.

- Coarse.

You picked up the disguise of Santa,

do I hope you didn't forget?

Don't forget it, this in the car.

I believe that potato this but

excited that the children.

Believe me I don't see the one

moment of leaving of here.

Jimmy puts that of turn

there, we will already eat.

You will already eat now.

- He/she suckles I want it.

- Then wait.

- Please, don't arrive late.

- I won't make it, I promise it to you.

- Ok, good-bye.

- Good-bye.

My God.

I sit down it, he/she was closing the floors.

Not I thought that nobody was

working so late.

If, me neither.

- I sit down it.

I will return later.

If it doesn't bother you to wait,

I close my office and first floor with you.

- Ok, this well.

- Two seconds.

Do you work the whole night?

They closed the building

for next 2 days.

I also have a new service.

That is good.

I hope to be able to arrive on time for

to open the gifts with my girls.

- How are they?

- Well.

- We go your parents they don't support me.

- That is not certain, they love you.

Where do you go tonight?

I will go to my sister's house in Jersey.

I thought that serious of another place.

If, a piece of my if.

- I grew in a farm.

- Farm?

I don't believe it to you.

Not leave that the clothes

deceive you, it is the true.

That is what you call him/her, truth.

- Good night.

- Merry Christmas.

For you also, I see you then.

If, I promise it to you, I leave now.

Him you, I sit down it, I am in elevator.

In 25 minutes maximum.

Don't I listen to you, what?

Lorraine, don't I listen to you, hello?

This is not true, it cannot be.

Oh, God that I will make myself.

To leave the car, that is it I will make.



Lucky that you make?

Sit down, we go, sit down.

- I sit down that.

- This well.

The door of the elevator can open up.

My car doesn't light and

I should leave to take a taxi.

If, I can...

Alone I have to find my keys.

Where are they? He/she already went to

to give a turn so...

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