Demonlover (2002) Movie Script

Ride to Norway
Ride to Norway
And you're just another hero
riding through the night
Riding through the city...
In short, I think that
negotiations are well underway.
They've shown losses,
but we'll analyse them.
I think they can be written off.
They have a potential for development
which they can't finance.
That's why they need a partner.
My decision is subject to examination
of the information they've provided us.
It needs to be analysed.
We're walking a fine line,
a very fine line.
But we remain
within the limits of the law.
Sleep well?
Not bad.
I took some Valerian.
It works well.
- Oh, yeah.
- And you?
- Volf doesn't sleep on planes.
- So, is it a deal?
- Everyone wins, right?
- It will require legal acrobatics.
I'll look over the file again
and let you know.
- Can you do it soon?
- Yes.
I'm seeing Volf for breakfast
tomorrow morning.
Good morning.
We'll have
the report from the Japanese lawyer.
Want a ride back with us?
No way. I have my jet-black
Audi TT that I bought last week.
- You left it in the parking lot?
- Of course.
- Did you sleep?
- Not a wink.
Not in economy.
No leg room.
- Next time you'll go business.
- Next time you won't need me.
- Did you try the Valerian?
- I took three.
You take too many pills.
You want a ride?
- Karim is coming.
- I have to drop this off at the office.
Good morning.
Are you OK?
I'm sorry...
I'm feeling a bit weak.
It must be the jet lag.
- We didn't sleep much in Tokyo. Here.
- Thank you.
That's true.
I didn't get much sleep.
- Hello, Madam.
- Good morning. How's traffic?
It could be worse.
- Had a nice trip?
- Yes, thank you.
...say hello
to your jet-black Audi TT.
I need cash.
We'll talk later at the office.
- Hello.
- Hi.
Thank you.
- Good morning.
- Good morning.
- He's on the terrace.
- Thank you.
Bye, girls.
No clowning around today!
Give your teacher a break.
Have a seat.
You know, they found Karen
in the boot of her car
in a parking lot in St. Denis.
She'd been inside it
for 18 hours.
I just spoke to the hospital.
She's OK, but she almost
suffocated to death.
She'll stay a few more days
then take a week to rest.
The briefcase?
Oh... vanished.
It's not so much the files,
we'll have copies by tonight,
it's the message.
We have competitors
who'll do anything.
Which ones?
Who cares?
There are several.
They know we're in negotiation.
They want our information
to make a better offer.
Would the Japanese follow?
If the offer's good,
and if it's better than ours,
why wouldn't they accept it, uh?
- Coffee?
- Please.
So we have to act
faster than them.
Karen's out of commission.
You'll take over the case
and close the deal.
I don't just mean
the Japanese venture.
I mean the entire operation.
- Are you willing?
- I'm willing.
Get ready to go back to Tokyo
next week.
- What are you doing?
- Copying your appointments.
- You have them at the office.
- Not all of them.
Are you OK?
- Can I help?
- Come close to me.
- Jean-Paul didn't come?
- He's in Chicago.
- When is he coming back?
- Next week at the earliest.
Who's watching your daughter?
Her father's sister.
- Does she know?
- No one does. I lied to everyone.
I feel dirty... disgusting.
Like I was raped.
It's not the same thing.
Not knowing who did it...
- You weren't raped.
- I was.
Stop, Karen.
- You're shelling out to Ericom again?
- No, my client's off. I'm stuck.
London is giving
a press conference on Friday.
Mr Volf will explain the real estate
operation in Qatar.
- Yes?
- Do I warn Mr El Hamadi?
He already knows.
He wants to be there.
He's in his jet somewhere between Cairo
and New York. You have his number.
Send me a report and I'll decide.
For Mr Olek.
Here are the Japan files,
plus the list of stolen documents.
Put them down.
- What about Karen's other files?
- Give them to Herv.
I can manage with some of them.
Don't manage with anything.
Do as I say.
She's getting on my nerves.
- Did you give Karen a call?
- No time.
She's better. Not 100%,
but her Audi TT is unscathed.
- I'll call tonight.
- Yeah, you do that.
- What do you mean?
- She's lousy and you can't stand her.
Come on, the office isn't wired.
It suits us both.
Is anyone home?
- Yes or no?
- Yes.
Thanks for your trust.
I need the Japanese lawyer's report.
- Don't you have it?
- I saw it on your desk.
Elise, what's this pile
of Karen's stuff?
I'm busy.
Can't you deal with it?
I intended to.
Diane said not to.
- Why?
- I have no idea.
Take them.
If you don't understand, ask me.
- And Diane?
- Don't worry about her.
- You don't like her much.
- Not much. And you?
Me neither. She's cold, inhuman.
But I respect her.
- I can't wait for Karen to come back.
- Don't count on it.
- Diane's staying?
- You'd better get used to her.
She's better than Karen.
And Volf protects her.
I'm exhausted.
I'm out of shape
and I smoke too much.
I received Karen's briefcase.
The Japanese file is airtight.
Perfectly legal.
We can't do a thing.
Volf asked me
to finalise the contract.
Instead of Karen?
- I'm impressed.
- Isn't that what you wanted?
Do what he tells you.
We have no choice.
Go over the contract
with a fine-tooth comb.
If there's anything fishy,
we'll act.
- If not...
- If not?
If not, I don't know.
- I need to think.
- Wait!
The money was wired
to your Swiss bank.
Sorry, I can't talk.
I'm having lunch
with the French people.
All I want is to get out of here.
I'm bored to death.
A typical business lunch.
A real bore.
No, it's not Karen.
Her name is Diane.
A real ice queen.
He has a Sylvie Vartan poster?
Sylvie Vartan
and Johnny Hallyday are old news.
Can he sing us his favourite song?
Let's toast
to the success of our venture.
Of course, cheers.
Tell Mr Ishegawa
that what worries Mr Volf
and our legal department
is the issue of the models.
- The models?
- Oui.
We want to know whether your artists
base their work on photos of minors
or have minors pose for them.
Not at all.
We've never done anything like that.
I'm sorry,
but your characters are underage.
They have no pubic hair.
It's not legal
to show pubic hair in Japan.
In France,
the law is very strict on those matters.
If we make the deal,
I say "if",
we have to put a... a clause
to protect us, you know?
Er... in case of a lawsuit
involving child pornography.
OK, child pornography
we cannot touch. OK?
Did he understand
what I said?
No models.
They're fantasy characters
in a fantasy world.
Yes, yes. OK, I know.
But, I say "but", if there
are any problems, any lawsuit,
our deal is immediately,
immediately off.
What's illegal in Europe
is illegal here.
TokyoAnime has been
making films for ten years.
Good for you.
We are the world leader
in adult animation.
With the Internet, we've grown by 60%.
We can't take such risks.
Well, I said what I had to say.
All right?
What about
TokyoAnime comic books?
We have written contracts
with every single graphic artist.
What if they don't respect
the contracts?
Then we would terminate
the partnership.
Has it ever happened?
Has it ever happened?
I'm sorry, but I need an answer.
Has it ever happened?
Yes, it has, a long time ago.
That's exactly why
we are ultra-careful now.
This is the film
currently in production.
You know the basics:
Ai and Mai are two ninja sisters
who use sex magic to fight monsters
in a parallel universe.
This series does really well.
It's a big hit in the States.
She's in a tight fix.
I said she's in a tight fix.
Forget it.
No need to translate.
A film like this
is already outdated.
We'll keep producing them
for two years at the most.
Then we have
to move on to 3D animation.
Or else it's simple:
we go out of business.
It's state of the art.
It's what consumers know.
It's what consumers want.
It's the wave of the future.
But it's still very expensive.
It's motion-captured with 12 cameras.
We have the best artists,
technicians and skills.
But we need you to help
TokyoAnime move into digital 3D...
...and control our worldwide distribution.
Volf will call at 6pm, Paris time.
- What time here?
- 1am.
- Where will he call?
- Your hotel room.
- It's almost a done deal.
- You think so?
There are no obstacles.
Too bad for Karen.
- You'll reap the benefits.
- Which benefits?
No, thank you.
Volf's trust.
Karen will be back to the legal department,
maybe to real estate law.
So her getting mugged benefits me?
- Doesn't it?
- So what?
Don't put words in my mouth.
I'll go get drinks.
What do you want?
- Whisky. Diane?
- Vodka.
- I didn't like your sense of irony.
- Tough luck.
You didn't lay it on a bit thick?
You're oversensitive.
I could find it suspicious.
When someone's listening
who doesn't know your irony,
- you're right, I'm oversensitive.
- I, er...
- No, don't play games with me.
- I told you!
Karen is history and I'm glad.
- So you think...?
- I don't think anything.
I couldn't care less.
Stop hounding me.
It will do you good.
I'm going back.
I booked a massage.
- The driver is waiting for you.
- Merci.
commissioners for their states like work,
'they have risen above
parts of the motions...'
' put forward practical suggestions
for improving democracy
'and the United States Congress
should listen to them
- 'and follow their lead.'
- 'When we come back,
'we are gonna be speaking
with the Chief Financial Officer'
- 'of Nationwide Financial Services...'
- Hello.
'Mark Thresher is gonna be joining us.
'And a little bit later on in the show
we're also gonna be talking to Ross Perot.
'Junior, that is. He is President
and CEO of Perot Systems.
'The company had earnings we'll
wanna talk to him about a little later.
'And one more CEO after that,
the head of TransOcean,
'Michael Talbert,
is gonna be joining us.
'This is the largest off-shore
oil and gas drilling company.
'They also some numbers
'and we wanna find out
how the state of that sector is doing.'
Not at all.
I was watching TV.
CNN. It sucks.
Yes. I know.
Volf's secretary called.
He's stuck in a meeting.
London again.
Real estate again.
He faxed us a memo.
Do you have it?
I haven't received anything.
- No? It was sent an hour ago.
- I'll go check.
Thank you.
- Do you want a drink?
- No, thanks. I've had enough.
Maybe some water, please.
It's not finished.
It's still coming through.
It's a draft for a contract
with TokyoAnime.
- Want to see it?
- No.
- I made a copy of the memo.
- He won't call.
I'm going to sleep.
Slip the contract under my door.
- Mm-hmm. 4522?
- Yes, 4522.
Good night.
- I'm not going to the office.
- Me neither.
I'll go in early tomorrow.
- When do the Americans arrive?
- In the morning.
That's why I want
to work on the case.
'Please leave a message
after the beep.'
'It's me. Are you hiding
behind your answering machine?
'I'll wait.'
OK, you're not there.
We should talk a little.
Outside the office.
What do you think? Tonight?
I can, but late.
At 11pm in the bar
of the Raphael?
'Leave a message.'
I didn't hear from you.
I'm going to the Raphael just in case.
I'll wait there a while.
If you come, great.
If not, see you tomorrow.
- Have they arrived already?
- Not yet.
But it's really important, OK?
Are you listening?
It's got to be not Moroccan
but Tibetan rouge.
- Hello.
- Hi.
- Hi, I'm Elise.
- Hi, I'm Elaine. How are you doing?
- Nice to meet you.
- Nice to meet you.
- Rodney.
- Thank you.
Mr Gomez arrived earlier this morning
from New York.
He said he'd be waiting for you
at the hotel.
- What time is the meeting?
- As planned.
You have your schedule
on the fax that I sent you.
Mr Volf is only in Paris
for 16 hours.
He's leaving for Qatar
in the morning.
How's Karen?
She's doing better, but now
it's Mr Volf's personal assistant,
Diane de Monx,
who will be handling the matter.
Yeah, so I heard.
What's she like?
How do you mean?
Is she tough?
Well, you'll definitely have a harder time
with her than with Karen.
We have a lovely terrace for breakfast
on the 7th floor.
- What time is room service till?
- 11pm.
The mini-bar is just under the TV.
My name is Arnaud.
If you need anything,
just don't hesitate to call reception
by dialling 7741.
- Mercibeaucoup.
- Thank you.
If you need anything,
my cell phone number is on the fax.
Oh, yeah. Elise, er...
is it hard to get pot in Paris?
- Not so hard.
- You think you can get me some?
- I'll try.
- Thanks.
Edward? Hey.
It's me, I just got in.
Are you sleeping? Oh.
Sorry. So look, Karen's out.
Looks like we have to deal
with this Diane chick.
Well, for the time being,
she's not much of a problem at all.
Later on we'll have to figure out
a way to control her.
No, I can't say
it worries me much either.
Where's the Demonlover
contract with Volf's notes?
- Purple folder.
- Has it been here long?
- I re-read it yesterday. It's all good.
- And did you inform anyone?
I re-read it and called
to have it picked up.
What more am I supposed to do?
- Can I talk to you?
- Now?
Yes, now.
When I ask for something, you do it,
no "maybe", not "sort of".
Why was this still downstairs?
I had to take the Americans
to their hotel.
I made sure...
Of course, you'd rather
drive them around and lick their boots
than do your job,
which is a lot less fun!
Listen, Diane, don't talk to me
like that. I'm not your fucking maid!
I've had it up to here!
You may not like the fact
that I've taken Karen's place,
but that's the way it is.
I don't give a shit
whether you take Karen's place or not.
If you don't feel right for the part
that's your problem, not mine.
I do my job, period.
Well, apparently you don't.
I can't
be everywhere at once. Sorry.
I've been here since 7:30am.
I'm working on a case.
I need the info on my desk.
I don't have time to get it myself.
It's ridiculous.
- Everyone's here.
- I'm coming.
- What happened?
- Bitch!
Nothing. She can't stand me.
It's mutual.
You two should try talking someday.
- You think so?
- She's OK.
You have to be a little patient.
As we're speaking, Mr Volf
has in his hands a signed contract,
which makes us majority shareholders
in the TokyoAnime company in Japan.
So discussions can proceed
according to schedule.
Here are the results for
and the connected sites
since our last meeting.
As you can see,
business has increased by 35%
and our market share has doubled.
We are now the primary distributors
for Japanese comics and animated films,
both in the US
and the rest of the world.
And we've also acquired
new names for the web.
Smaller sites, er...
Mangasex, Sexmanga, Adultmanga,
SMmanga, Japanporno.
They're all directly linked
to our main Demonlover site.
They are good sites.
- You visited them?
- Yes, sure I did.
I like them.
Japanporno, excellent.
Well, if you give us the rights
to TokyoAnime products,
we'll control 75%
of the world market.
But the deal has to specify that you'll
cut off supplies to all our competitors.
Specially Mangatronics.
Mangatronics cannot get anything.
Not one magazine, not one book,
not one tape, not one DVD, nada.
If they lose adult manga
they'll wither away and disappear.
And we'll take over their share
of the business.
Basically, we have the possibility here
to kill Mangatronics.
I say, let's do it!
Well, before we proceed...
...I'd like to clear up a few points
regarding some on-going lawsuits.
The lawsuits
you're referring to
concern the sites
and Lara Croft,
Can you describe these sites?
These sites are legally distinct
and have no bearing
on our discussions.
The names are clear enough,
aren't they?
Show pictures of stars... naked.
But now due to legal issues
they show pictures
of naked celebrity lookalikes.
You don't have that
in France?
Not yet.
- It does well.
- Verywell.
It's huge. Huge!
And also Sexslavelaracroft
shows illustrated pornographic stories
involving Lara Croft.
The... the star of the video game
"Tomb Raider"?
Since Eidos is suing us
for 30 million dollars in damages,
it's preferable to temporarily
suspend the service
until we get a ruling.
What do you think?
I like the heel and the shape
but I don't know about the zippers.
- Hmm...
- I think they wanna make a deal.
I don't know.
They seem incredibly cautious to me.
Why don't you try on the other ones?
They wanna be cold and business-like.
They don't know shit.
What's up with that Herv guy?
He's such a dick.
- Expect for Diane.
- She seems smart.
Hey, will you try these on?
They're your size.
I'm sure they'll fit.
I think Diane should work with us.
I think we need her.
Elise, do you have any idea
how we can approach Diane?
No. No idea.
- You don't like her very much, do you?
- I hate her guts.
- I think I look great with these boots.
- Cute.
- What have you heard?
- The Asian buyers are thrilled.
- The Seibu chain in particular.
- That's what I heard.
The editor of "W"
flashed me a big smile.
- Merci.
- Excuse me.
Excuse me,
I'll be just a minute.
This is bullshit.
Can I have some more ice, please?
I'm giving the guy five more minutes
then I'm outta here.
Mr Volf appreciates you having waited
and he just wanted to take advantage
of your presence to clear up a last point.
Do you know this?
Yeah, of course I know.
It's an interactive torture site.
It's, er... very difficult to access.
And very successful.
There are maybe
30 such sites in the world,
mostly in Russia, some in Australia.
More or less well made,
more or less extreme.
This happens to be
a very good site.
- Perhaps the best.
- I'd say so.
What do you think of that?
What do I think of it?
It's like drugs or prostitution,
supply and demand.
With organised crime
pulling the strings.
Mr Volf
has been told you run this site.
Here is
the access procedure and all the codes.
It would seem you are the source.
No way! This is a joke.
- This doesn't work.
- It's total bullshit.
Who gave you this?
Obviously Mangatronics.
Yeah, to scare you off
from signing the deal with us.
And conserve the rights
to TokyoAnime.
It's the only way they can survive.
You didn't come last night.
You didn't call either.
- I have to go.
- Don't leave me like this.
Tokyo was Tokyo.
It's different here.
- That's no reason to avoid me.
- Leave it at that.
I'll take the receiver
and the MiniDisc.
There must be interesting stuff on it.
If you can, just copy the files.
If not, take her computer.
And get the transmitters.
Here's the card.
Mangatronics is paying you a lot.
They want results fast.
For them, it's a question
of life or death.
Tuesday, 7pm.
I'll be at the Barbs metro station.
End of the street
to the left. OK.
All right, I'm turning.
First on the right?
Yeah, I can hardly see anything.
What bistro?
OK, I see it.
All right, I see you.
You wanna go somewhere?
The car's fine with me.
- Better than the office.
- Much better than the office.
I have a message from Karen.
Tell her I wanna talk to her too.
Take the next right.
See the Castorama?
Go down in the parking lot.
Keep going down.
Park over here on the left.
Leave it on.
- I don't understand...
- Shut up!
- Tell Karen I...
- I told you to shut up.
Step on the gas.
Do it!
That was Karen's message.
- 'Hello?'
- Where are you?
- 'Buying cigarettes.'
- Where?
'I have nothing left to say.
'I had a message to deliver.
I delivered it.'
- I have a message now.
- 'I'm listening.'
No, in person. Now!
I have to go, there's a line.
Call me back in two minutes.
- Give me the gun.
- It's not loaded.
I don't care.
Give me the gun.
Now we'll talk.
I don't have time.
I have to get home,
my babysitter's waiting.
I'll take you there.
Which way?
Keep going straight
to Saint-Ouen.
Did you leave the message on my desk
with the empty box?
- What do you think?
- I think yes.
- Did you think it was Herv?
- Mm-hmm.
- Were you sure?
- Yes.
At what point did you understand
that it wasn't Herv?
Before or after
sleeping with him?
I didn't sleep with Herv.
People talk.
- Who, Herv?
- Yes.
Would you watch the road?
It's just I get nervous in cars
especially when it's raining.
Look, Karen is nobody's fool.
She knows you did everything you could
to cut her off from Volf.
Why would I do that?
To take her place.
Which you took.
What does she want?
I don't know,
maybe just to scare you for now.
And later?
Later nothing.
You're scared, that's enough.
Enough for what?
- To do what she tells you to do.
- Meaning?
I just repeat what I'm told,
that's all.
Why should I be scared?
Are you scared?
I don't know.
She told me you'd pretend
not to understand.
- Drop me off here.
- Don't you want me to take you home?
Drop me off here!
You didn't hear me come in?
You seemed engrossed.
- What was it?
- Hellfireclub.
I thought so.
- You know it?
- I go there once in a while.
- Does it turn you on?
- Not really.
- It fascinates me.
- You like that feeling?
Very much so.
Don't you?
- You followed me.
- I didn't.
You've been followed for a while.
You know it.
- Followed and burgled.
- Exactly.
Found what you wanted?
I don't want anything.
You want something.
And you seem to have found it.
Not just me.
Volf did too.
I came to warn you,
but I'm too late.
Too late for what?
To help you.
Did you send Elise
to help me too?
You're negotiating with Demonlover.
You know the codes to Hellfireclub.
You're a risk for them.
- A risk?
- A risk they must control.
I don't see how.
Watch this tape.
Call me afterwards.
It's a copy.
They have the original.
- Who gave it to you?
- I've been with Demonlover for a while,
though I'm not
of much use anymore.
Are you ready?
You have something for me first.
- There are no other copies?
- No.
They're not gonna end up
in Volf's desk or elsewhere?
It's a deal,
you don't have to agree to it.
I don't really have a choice.
I don't know.
- Do you agree to all the conditions?
- Yes.
Just so you won't wanna
take off the hood.
If they're too tight,
I can loosen them.
Your identity papers are fake.
All the information
on your rsum is made up
and your name
isn't Diane de Monx.
Do you want a cigarette?
I don't know your name
or where you're from,
but you were hired a year ago
by an intermediary from Mangatronics
to sabotage Volf's projects
in their market.
In exchange, you receive a wire transfer
every three months
on an account at SBS,
in Lugano.
Watch the steps.
This way, through the door.
OK, there's a step.
Another one.
I'd stay
until she comes around.
I know.
I don't know what time.
Work it out with the babysitter.
If you're back by 9 o'clock,
it's fine.
I'm at the office.
I'm going into a meeting.
I'll call you later if I can.
Oh, shit!
I waited for an hour.
I tried your mobile.
'Mangatronics hasn't heard from you.
They're nervous. So am I.
'I don't know what you're up to...'
Diane? Yes, she's here.
No, I can't bother her.
She's sleeping.
She's fine. Just fine.
But she won't call you back.
...she no longer works for you.
Who decided? Me.
Close the door.
Of course.
I'll prepare the file for tomorrow.
I'll have the plane tickets sent.
Perfect. Talk to you soon.
Here's Volf's last memo
on the Demonlover contracts.
I added the clause you asked for,
no one questioned it.
- Will it be finalised in time?
- Yes.
I meant to ask...
No, nothing.
You can go.
- We've never gone out before.
- Shrimp tempura.
- You mean, the two of us?
- Mm-hmm.
- I'd rather have avoided it.
- What do you mean?
- I know what you'll say.
- You don't want to hear it?
- I thought...
- It's too late.
That's not the same thing.
It means
that at some other time...
- Tokyo?
- Maybe.
- You intimidated me.
- I still intimidate you.
I felt you were there
but not there.
- I was there.
- I'm not sure.
Did I say no? Huh?
- Did I reject you?
- No.
You control everything you do.
You seem present,
but you watch and calculate.
I'm not in control of anything.
- Merci.
- Merci.
Another one, please.
A beer, please.
A large one.
I saw you move.
I saw you with Volf.
- What did you see?
- The way you operated. I admire you.
You didn't see anything.
No one sees anything.
They watch...
but they don't understand.
What do you admire?
Go on... say it.
I'm listening.
You set a goal
and made it there.
Where am I?
Tell me. I'm interested.
When you're pressed for words,
it becomes murkier.
But judging people
with rambling generalities...
...yeah, sure... it's easier.
- That's not what I meant.
- Yes, it is.
I'm calculating.
I have no scruples.
It's what excites you...
and what scares you.
But you have no idea.
You don't know me.
That's what I'm saying.
So in Tokyo,
you didn't trust me.
No. I wanted you.
But you had doubts.
I still do.
You're right.
It's better not to push.
Very good tempura.
- Stop looking at that girl.
- I'm not.
I see her eyes in the mirror.
Kaori came back
to my room anyway.
You screw her
and worry she'll be jealous?
- I didn't know you knew.
- It was obvious.
Fortunately Kaori doesn't
have those scruples.
Meaning when she's with me.
In her car.
In a restaurant bathroom.
At her place, in the bathtub.
Do you prefer women?
I don't know.
What do you think?
I don't believe you.
So I didn't sleep with her?
No, nowhere.
Not in a tub, not on a rug.
- You think I'm testing your reaction?
- I think so.
it's a disappointing reaction.
Maybe, but you know how it is.
- Doubt remains.
- Still.
Now I have to look
at you differently.
That was sort of the point.
I still don't know what I see.
So look more closely.
I wanted to tell you something, but...
But what?
I don't know
if you want to hear it.
Say it.
I hope you had a lovely evening.
- Finished?
- Yes. Some more sake?
Elise works with me.
I mean, Elise works for me.
- I don't understand.
- Yes, you do.
And you let me talk?
You were observing me.
I thought I liked
to be in control, but... do so more than I do.
- You don't seem to like it.
- No.
- Why did you do it?
- I didn't have to tell you.
I wish you hadn't.
I find it...
The sake.
- Humiliating.
- Because you don't deceive people?
I'm going home.
I'll drive you.
Wait... wait!
Tomorrow morning at 8?
In the lobby?
All right, 8 o'clock.
Back to the primitive
Fuck all your politics...
Back to the primitive
Fuck all your politics
We got our life to live
The way we want to be...
it's Robby calling for you.
- The community is sick
- Please believe
- And the community is blind
- In labour and hope
- Yeah
- And joy
- And it's colder than Poland
- Cause like a little boy
- And the sun is not shining
- I have destroyed
- Here
- Hope and joy
- And we're tangled in the shit
- And lately I dream about
- Of each other's ruined
- Angels with molotovs
- Half of us are faking
- And nightly they fist me
- And the other half is tired
- Wrists like tender trucks
And scared
And these hands
Could've moved mountains
These hands
Could've moved mountains
These hands
Could've moved mountains
These hands
Could've moved mountains