Tu mi turbi (You Upset Me)

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Year:
1983
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Come! Come!

Dale!

The sheep must walk alone.

Come Smarrita!

Do not stop!

Come here! On the other hand!

You left

and career change, eh!

Do not over pastor!

Come here!

Do not make me angry,

it's late.

Come!

Smarrita, come here!

Is that you, Benigno?

Benigno!

Smarrita!

Come here! I leave you alone?

Too bad I have

with sheep...

Come here!

- Benigno!

- Hello, Jose!

- How you doing?

- Well, what about you?

- Well.

- Come here!

- Joseph!

- Dear Benigno...

- How are you?

- Do you? - Well.

We never see.

Have you grown a beard?

- It's nice, is not it?

- Bravo!

Remember how much fun we had

children?

And now...

- How are things going?

- Mal, unfortunately.

I do not know what happens

I lose all the sheep.

Remember the flock that was?

I have done witchcraft.

The lose!

Every day I have ten less.

I lost everything.

I can only...

this...

I lost the last!

No more being a pastor.

Sorry.

Need a herd?

I wish!

- Hey, are you free tonight?

- Yes, why?

- Is that Mary and I are

dinner guests... - Mary and you?

- Yes, do you remember her?

- Your wife.

- Long time no see... How are you?

- Well, thank you.

Then we have to leave

our son just...

Son? How?

- Do not you had a girl?

- No child.

- Child?

- Jesus.

- Jesus?

- It's a clever, a demon!

- His name is Jesus? - Yes

- How beautiful!

- I understand, you want me to look after him.

- Yes

- One night you have to visit,

Mary and you. - Sure.

And the other child and will care.

Go, I'll take care.

Thanks, Benigno.

Mary, come!

Benigno care for Jesus.

Joseph, you've put on some weight.

Smarrita!

I lose all the sheep!

Thanks, Benigno.

You're welcome, Mary.

Come on, Mary.

Have fun!

A child?

Jesus! Jesus...

Where are you?

Jesus!

He's hiding to scare me.

Want to scare me,

but you scare me to you!

I Benigno,

the foul fiend!

What antique lamps

so pretty!

Jesus!

Jesus!

I am Satan Beelzebub,

I'm looking for Jesus!

Look how many things!

If I had a child like you!

But my Lazarus...

is handsome, but is tremendous.

I can not get out of bed.

Every morning yelling:

"Lazarus, walk! Arise!"

Pretend to be dead

and is in bed until 4.

What "lassoed"

dear Je... Jo... Joshua!

Look how nice house

has got your father!

At first it seemed a...

no offense, a little late.

As children we joked,

say, 'There's Jos! "

I thought that neither marry,

but has got a pretty wife,

a nice house, a beautiful son...

Jesus! Jesus!

But where do you go?

Now I can not think of anything to

entertain... You are a child seriously!

Dear Jesus, we are here

I and "you"!

You really...

How old are you?

Five!

Bravo, in fact look it five.

Did I tell you of when you were born?

Beautiful! If you saw what a party!

It had snowed all night.

I brought your father a sheep

and your mother.

The sky was starry,

seemed a manger.

And people came from everywhere,

must have a conference.

They camels, black,

Americans, Yugoslavs, Albanians,

People everywhere!

Seemed Carnival!

I had fun.

But it was Carnival, it was Christmas!

You were born just for Christmas.

On December 25 of the year zero.

Just born in year zero, in fact

Now we are in the 5 after Jesus.

Yes.

December 25,'re Capricorn.

It is a good sign, even lucky.

It is the sign of normal people

the quiet life without Bravery.

We will expect a fairly regular life,

I'm happy for you.

Dear Jesus, life is tough!

Today to pull forward

to do miracles!

I'll give you some advice,

Do not worry about politics,

leave,

do not get to give

speeches to people.

Religion is even worse.

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