Tres 60

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2013
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Did you see the swell forecast

this morning?

- Aritz, did you see the forecast?

- Yeah.

What did it say?

It's going to get better,

it'll be great at high tide.

THREE 60

BOY DISAPPEARS:

UNDER STRANGE CIRCUMSTANCES

FAMILY AND FRIENDS

DON'T LOSE HOPE

POLICE CLOSE INVESTIGATION

INTO DISAPPEARANCE OF IVAN E.C.

Guille!

Guille!

- What's up?

- You know what's up!

After class people go home,

take a shower, get changed

and get their party heads on.

Especially Friday.

- Come on.

- I fell asleep, Ruso.

Yeah, I figured you weren't

meditating. Come on.

- I can't make it tonight.

- What?

It's my brother's birthday,

I have to hang with my family.

Come on, man. Don't go.

It's Friday.

There are 62 Fridays a year,

but only one birthday.

Let me know and you can call round

later or whatever.

Why are you saying "whatever"?

Whatever, man. If you feel like it,

if your ass wants to come.

I don't get why you're saying

"whatever".

F*ck, Guillermo, listen to us.

- I'll give you a ring.

- There goes my bus. Later!

No, no, no!

Great...

Fucking great.

Hi!

Maria Victoria!

This place is 80 square metres.

You don't have to shout.

Someone stole my motorbike.

Who?

Did you just ask me that question?

Would the wheel be sitting

in the living room if I knew?

Give me a break, I'm on edge here.

Are you coming to my cousin's

exhibition tonight?

What exhibition?

The flier's been posted

in the kitchen for weeks.

F*ck, that's right.

I forgot about the exhibition.

I can't make it.

It's my brother's birthday.

She asked if you were coming

and I said you were.

Seriously?

- Come over after.

- No.

Yeah.

I mean yeah,

I'll come round if I can.

Hey, wait!

What's up?

Actually, I know.

It was my turn to clean up.

I've had a hectic week,

I'll do it tomorrow.

That wasn't it, but thanks.

Three small things.

First, give my phone

to your brother.

Second,

if you come to the exhibition

tonight you can borrow my car.

- I love you.

- And the third thing:

My cousin.

What about her?

Don't think you're going to sleep

with her and then disappear.

She isn't the typical

21st century airhead

who only needs a super-effective

diet and a smartphone to be happy.

Message received.

What a handsome son I have.

- How are you?

- Happy to see you. How was class?

The course is a drag.

I'm going to finish it

now that I've started it.

But I'd rather paint traffic lights

than work in marketing.

Don't return to that subject.

I'm not returning,

I never left it in the first place.

Let's celebrate

your brother's birthday,

together as a family,

but next week,

when things are quieter,

you can tell your dad you don't want

to do the course, OK?

OK.

- Where's Mario?

- In his room.

You didn't bring him anything?

A gift voucher.

Guillermo, please!

What? I didn't have time, OK?

OK, I'm saying nothing.

Go and say hello to your dad.

Hi.

Hi, Guillermo.

It's best to leave these things

to the professionals.

The amount of damage DIY

has caused in this country.

We're going to demolish

that extension into the garden

and build a greenhouse instead.

I see... very good.

Your brother has been wearing

a costume all day.

Tell him to get changed for dinner,

would you?

It's his birthday, dad.

Let him be.

At least tell him to take off

those glasses.

OK, I'll tell him.

What's he dressed up as?

That computer prat,

the one who had cancer

- but didn't want an operation.

- Steve Jobs?

- That's the one.

- I don't believe it.

Another voucher, right?

I still have the one from last year:

An 18-rated film, popcorn and pizza.

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