Winning Ticket

Synopsis:
Genre: Drama
 
IMDB:
6.3
Year:
2003
100 min
1 View

Oh my God.

You left your cake behind.

Thanks.

No problem.

Look.

Every finger has a theme.

All the great fashion icons.

Coco Chanel. Monroe. Dior.

Madonna. Dolce Banana.

Gabbana, Lotta. It's Gabbana.

No problem.

I'll take care of it.

Where has Fifi gone? It's everywhere

here. We have wireless.

That's animal cruelty. Dogs can't eat

chocolate. It was only smelling.

Here's the refugee.

No problem.

But you have to buy a new cake.

Eevi, thank you.

You are always so nice. Bye.

Bye. Come on, Fifi.

Typical Eevi's customers. She's the

only one who can handle the grannies.

Hi.

Hi. How can I help?

Massage.

What name, please?

Virve Salonen.

It's cake. Not poop.

But of course.

Do you have any free times?

Right away.

Eevi, you can stay, can't you?

No, I can't.

What was that all about? I don't

feel too good. Must be a cold.

A cold?

I feel my sinuses blocking.

I don't even hear that well.

OMG. Go home then.

Don't make anyone else sick.

Yoga in the sun

Hello! Hey!

You! Madame!

Read the magazines at home.

I wasn't reading this.

You were.

Can't you feel it out a bit?

That's what the cover is for.

No one comes to eat here and then

decide, if he's going to buy or not.

That would be stealing.

Are you calling me a thief?

I didn't say that.

You meant that.

A poor, scruffy thief. Leaving

fingerprints on your glossy mags.

As if I couldn't afford them.

Well, do you?

Pardon?

Can you afford them?

Something else?

Keep the change.

Take something with this.

No. Take some gum.

Get a lottery ticket.

WINNING TICKE Thanks. Remember to stretch out.

We have the labor talks again

in the company.

One would think that people want

to decorate when times are tough.

Do you remember Virve from the

school? Virve "Mean Girl" Salonen.

She came by today. What does

she look like these days?

Still like liver sausage.

Same mousy hair.

How can all the bitchiness

in the world be packed in her?

She was really mean to you

in the school.

Lucky you're a grownup now.

You can look after yourself.

How's Piritta?

She's good.

Think, she invited all the girls

in her class to her birthday. Help!

There's a dozen of them. I forgot.

Told you I won't be a good godmother.

You're not bad. You'll both come

to the adult party?

OK. Bye.

Bye.

Bye!

Kari and mac and cheese.

How's my little mouse pie?

Not a nice day.

But had a workout with Hanna.

Did you remember the ketchup?

Maybe I did. Maybe I didn't.

How was your day?

In the instrument business?

I sold a five grand guitar to one

managertype. A basic PALM.

"Played a little myself".

A bit like you.

What do you mean?

You don't play much any more.

At least not to me.

Haven't thought about that.

It'd be nice to go somewhere.

Do something together.

We were in Bulgaria just then.

It was 4 years ago.

Do you still love me?

Maybe I do. Maybe I don't.

Oh.

What's this?

A flower.

Thanks.

Eevis. I do.

I won't be long.

Hi, dad. Take your time.

She's on a new medication.

Makes her blabber even more.

So there you are.

How are things in here?

Good. But there's one thing.

Well? Different animal groups

are trying to cheat me.

Mommy. You're making things up.

No, I'm not.

One quite large mole

comes around all the time.

Have you been at the chair gym?

Or anywhere at all? I have.

We swing like a king.

Who has dug this out?

Your father's cleaning up the attic.

Made this for the primary masquerade.

Trying to be Pippi Longstocking.

But all I was the official

"Miss Eastern Bloc" of the school.

Good thing you have moved

forward in your life.

Somehow I feel my life

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