Happy (2015) Movie Script

(relaxing music)
- [Woman] Um, what do
you think you're doing?
- Ah.
- That's mine.
Okay, okay, I'm sorry.
I'm sorry, I'm sorry.
Give it back.
- I'll tell you, you're a very
lucky girl.
- Oh really, why is that?
- For one, I speak English.
Two, I'm not a rapist or a
serial killer.
- Well,
what makes you so sure I'm not a
- Oh.
Are you saying you wanna rape
- Would you like it?
- I like to live on the edge,
Okay, I'll tell you what.
I'll give you your camera back
even though you illegally
took pictures of me.
But, then you have to
come for a coffee with me.
- Um, I don't have time for
- Well, I'm the one who's sorry
'cause I'm keeping the camera.
- Fine.
(upbeat music)
- Welcome to my home.
- Wow.
Oh my God, this view.
I can't believe you live here.
- Do you wanna a drink?
I'm gonna go get a drink.
- Uh, yeah.
- Yeah.
Hey, there.
- Thanks.
This book is amazing.
- Yeah.
That's my parents.
I mean it belongs to my parents.
Not them.
- Kinda looks like you.
- Right.
- Are they here?
- No.
They're on vacation.
But, they live here.
I mean, I live with them.
- It's beautiful.
(slow music)
- [Man] So?
- [Woman] What?
- [Man] Are you gonna
tell me why you're here?
- You invited me in.
- I meant here as in Paris.
- Are you gonna tell me
why you speak English?
- I went to the American school
in Paris.
- [Woman] Did you ever live in
The States?
- Yes.
- [Woman] But, you came back, of
- No, not of course.
I didn't wanna come back.
- Why not?
Paris is the most beautiful
city in the world.
- [Man] Yeah, that's what
Americans say.
- [Woman] That's what everyone
- [Man] So?
Where are you from?
- [Woman] What?
- [Man] That's vague.
I meant where as in
where are you parents right now?
- I have no idea where my
parents are.
- [Man] What do you mean?
- I mean
they could be in the kitchen
or the living room
or the bedroom.
I mean, they could be dead.
- Where you going?
- Shower.
- End of the hallway.
Oh, hey.
- Hey, can I borrow a
t-shirt and underwear?
I left all my stuff at a cafe
- You what?
Okay, sure.
- What are you reading?
- Um, I'm reading this
really interesting book
called 'War'.
- What's it about?
- Um, right now, I'm reading
this chapter
about fear, you know.
And, about how,
for instance, the snipers, they
have to
perform well under pressure, you
- [Woman] Wow, that
sounds really interesting.
- Yeah.
It is really interesting.
And then, there's this
other chapter about...
Do you have a place to stay for
the night?
You can stay here if you want.
- Thanks.
- You're really hungry, aren't
So, you're gonna have to pick
up your stuff at some point.
- It's fine, I can do that
- Yeah.
You're not too worried
about things, are you?
(slow music)
- Hey.
- You awake?
- Yes.
- What's your name?
- Alessia.
- Florent.
- What?
- Florent.
- Goodnight.
- Goodnight.
- So, are you on vacation?
- Not really.
- What do you mean, not really?
And, are you a student?
- Not anymore.
- What do you do?
- She's a photographer.
- That's not true.
- [Florent] I think you are.
- Did you make money with
- So, what's there to see today?
- Um, I don't know.
What do you wanna see?
- Maybe you should take her to
- [Florent] That's kinda nice
- [Alessia] I gotta go.
- Where you going?
Hey, wait.
(laid-back music)
Can you wait.
Wait, where you going?
Are you crying?
- I'm not crying.
- 'Kay, what's wrong with you?
- Nothing.
- Hey, look.
He's my best friend and he
doesn't know you, alright.
You know he's just a student,
thinks he's gonna change
the world and he knows
- He doesn't know shit about me.
Mother fuck.
- Of course he doesn't
know shit about you.
I don't know shit about you.
You never say anything.
You never answer my questions.
- I have more important shit to
Sit there.
While he's talking about me
- [Florent] Really?
in French.
- [Florent] Really, like what?
More important things to do.
- Like what?
See again, you're not
answering my questions.
Listen, listen to me, okay.
This guy's my best friend
and you're being very rude,
I've been very kind to you.
This is very disrespectful.
So, stop it right now.
- You've been kind to me?
- Yes.
- Why?
'Cause you let me sleep at your
and I don't let you fuck me?
- What are you talking about?
You're crazy.
I didn't even try anything, did
- But, that's what you want,
isn't it?
A cute American girl.
Lost by herself in Paris.
You invite her over.
- You're not lost by yourself in
You're the one who came up to
- Wrong again.
You came up to me.
- No, you're taking
hundreds of pictures of me
but that's not even the
fucking point, okay.
- Fine, you want me to leave?
- [Florent] Shut your mouth.
- I'll leave.
- Shut your fucking mouth, okay.
Fucking crazy.
- Why would you let me in then,
if you don't know me
and you don't wanna fuck me?
- I didn't say I didn't want to,
I said I didn't try.
- See, there.
- Don't push me.
- I knew it.
- Don't fucking push me.
(upbeat music)
(laid-back music)
(upbeat music)
(funky music)
- Look, I'm sorry about
I was just upset
- Let me show you something.
Quiet, peaceful.
- I love that movie.
- Look, The Eiffel Tower.
- [Alessia] So amazing.
- You know, it used to
be lit up all night.
They changed it.
- Why?
- [Florent] 'Cause the world is
- Your breath stinks.
- So does yours.
- Hello?
(bell ringing)
(bell ringing)
- Well, I'm the one who's sorry
'cause I'm keeping the camera.
- Fine.
- Hey, wait.
Where you going?
- Where are you right now?
Neither here nor there.
- What did you say?
Hey, wait.
- Hey.
- What's up?
- Nothing, do you ever sleep?
- What are you talking about?
It's already one.
- Shit, really?
Hey, can we go some place?
I wanna see other parts of
- Okay.
We can drive somewhere.
- Girlfriend?
(speaking French) American.
- Ready?
- I was born ready.
(upbeat music)
So where are we going?
- Oh, we're going to Deauville.
It's in Normandie, you know
in the north of France.
It's a small beach town.
My parents have a house there
so we have a place to stay.
And, that's where the Americans
came to save the world.
- You're so lucky.
- I'm lucky?
Why, 'cause you're sitting in
the car?
- That and
you live in a beautiful
apartment in Paris,
your parents have houses
all over the place,
nice cars.
You don't think you're lucky?
- No, I'm lucky.
You're right, I'm a lucky guy.
- Yeah.
Enjoy it.
- You really wanna know what I
- [Alessia] Of course.
- You know how we, in
France, who live in a country
that has an amazing history,
Amazing philosophers and
writers and even politicians,
you know,
human rights, the French new
and cinema or French cuisine,
French baguette, wine and
I feel like we live in a place
has a better past than future.
It's like we're born at
the wrong time, you know.
It's really frustrating.
- Poor thing.
- Come on, you can't
understand, you're an American.
- No, I do.
But, it's the same everywhere.
I mean, look at the United
Everyone's saying the
American is presently dead.
- [Florent] Come on, you can do
whatever you want in America.
- [Alessia] No, America runs on
and oil and that's it.
- [Florent] I see, so
you're one of those then?
- [Alessia] One of what?
- [Florent] Anti-globalization.
Communists, vegan, lesbian
You have tattoos all over your
- Seriously though.
Americans don't care
about art or philosophy.
They don't know how to live.
They work 60 hour weeks
until finally they retire and
they never leave the country.
And, there's a category for
Like if I say occupy wallstreet
I'm a communist lesbian, like
you said.
Like, people are robots.
If you're Black or gay or Asian
or Jewish or rich or poor
than you should behave
like this or like that.
But, what if you don't
fit into their categories,
their tiny little boxes?
And, what if you don't want Sam
or Joe
at Starbucks to ask you a
thousand times,
"How are you doing today,
'Cause you're pissed as fuck.
You're having a shitty day.
In Texas, they're like, "oh
hey, come around over here,
"Cynthia can help you.
"Cynthia can you check her out,
"Can you run her up?"
- I guess the grass is
always greener, huh?
- I love it.
Are the French immune to lung
I see French people drinking all
the time.
- [Florent] Yeah.
- But, like only the
homeless people get drunk.
Starbucks coffee sucks.
(people talking)
- [Voiceover] Want some wine,
you want?
You want some wine?
- Please.
Thank you.
- [Florent] Can you
pass the bread, please?
Oh yeah, I forgot to tell you
but Marion doesn't speak English
at all.
- Of course, I can speak
- You're sounding fine to me.
- What did she say?
- [Florent] See, told you.
- So, where are we?
- In Deauville.
And, you know what.
This is the place where they
wrote (speaking French).
- [Florent] You know where the
landed during World War
II, like I told you before.
- Right here?
- No.
- [Florent] No, it's close to
There's a memorial.
If you want, we can go, it's
pretty nice.
I can take you.
- [Alessia] Wow, I'd love to see
- What are you doing?
What are you doing?
- [Florent] Yeah, she
does that all the time.
- No, no, wait, wait, stop,
stop, stop.
What are you doing?
No, please stop.
- Come on, you're beautiful.
- [Marion] No, I'm not beautiful
at all.
I will be very, very beautiful
with this.
- [Florent] Very beautiful,
- [Alessia] Yes.
Not sure.
- I love the lipstick.
Very glamorous.
- Let me get ready.
- Get ready.
- [Marion] God.
- Very glamorous.
- [Marion] Yeah?
- Yeah.
Yeah, come on.
- Cheese.
Show me a picture.
I want to see one.
Just show me one.
- No.
- [Woman] I just want to see.
- [Alessia] No.
Why no, it's me, you have to.
You have to.
- [Alessia] No.
Show me just one.
- No, seriously.
- [Florent] Hey, where you
- I'm just gonna go for a walk.
- [Florent] Should I come with
- [Alessia] No, it's okay.
I'm just gonna walk around a
little bit.
- [Florent] Walk around?
- Yeah, like, take some
You guys catch up.
I'll be back soon.
- Bye.
- Wow.
This all looks so delicious.
I can eat these?
- [Marion] Yeah.
- [Florent] Of course.
- So, did you also go
to the American school?
- Me? no.
Normal school.
Public school for normal people.
- [Alessia] So, how did you guys
- From long time.
- We went to preschool together.
- [Alessia] Really?
- [Florent] Yeah.
- I don't have any friends from
So, tell me something about
that he would never tell me
- He's very nice.
He's very generous.
He loves his friends.
But, if you do something in his
he just stops speaking with you
- Oh, really?
- And, he's also very romantic.
- That's not true.
I don't know why she's
saying this, that's not true.
- [Alessia] That's so sweet.
I don't know why she's saying
- [Alessia] Okay, tell me more.
Tell me more.
- Oh, I have us a funny story
about him.
- [Alessia] Yes, yes.
Just what I want.
- [Marion] We went to Iceland.
- Can't believe you're
gonna tell this story.
- [Alessia] Thanks.
- Especially to see whales.
But, it just had (speaking
- What, what?
(speaking French)
- A total what?
- [Florent] Had a stiff neck.
- [Marion] Okay, because the
night before,
he was too drunk to go to his
so he just slept on the floor
like this.
So, when we saw a whale,
he just couldn't see it.
So, it was so funny because in
four days
he never saw a single whale.
- You went all the way to
and you didn't see a single
- Iceland, not Ireland.
- Same thing.
- I don't know why she's saying
all this.
She's crazy, seriously.
- 'Cause I love him very much.
So, now your turn.
Tell us something about you.
What are you doing here?
- Um.
Well, um, I'm from Texas.
I'm 23 years old.
And, I just studied
random stuff in the US.
- What is random stuff?
- [Alessia] It's just you
make up your own major.
- Okay.
- And.
Oh, my mother just died.
- I'm sorry, I didn't know.
You never said anything.
- Yeah, it was her dream to come
to France
and she never did so, here I am.
- I'm sorry.
- Yeah, we weren't that close.
It's okay.
- Still, she's your mom.
- [Florent] Should we
drink something, maybe?
So, you like oysters or shrimps
- The shrimp.
- [Alessia] So, what's
there to do in Deauville?
- Nothing.
- Resting.
- [Marion] I don't know.
When do you go back to US?
- I'm not sure.
Maybe I'll stay.
- [Marion] You don't
want to see your family?
- [Alessia] Not really.
This is good.
- Eat more, you're not eating
- [Alessia] Cheers.
- Cheers.
- Cheers.
- Cheers.
- Please stop staring like this?
- That waiter's really cute.
- I was thinking the same.
- We should invite him over
- [Florent] Come on, he's
- So.
- So, maybe I should go be the
and then he could come
and sit with you guys,
if that's what you want.
- And, he's very jealous, too.
- [Florent] That's not true.
- Come on, drink it up.
- What is this?
- Just let it be.
- This is so nice.
- What?
- Just do it.
- No, no, no, no, no, no, no.
He wants us to leave.
- Do you want me to do it?
- [Marion] No.
- Come on girls, listen, poor
He probably just wants to go
to his wife, I'm sure.
You know, some girl he met in
high school
when she like 16 and he got her
- You really have imagination.
- That's what they do on
the country side, right?
- You should write a book.
- Yes.
That's how I always tell him.
- That's what I should do.
I should be a writer.
- I would read it.
- [Florent] Okay.
- [Alessia] Do it.
- That's it.
And then, you can take pictures,
you know, to promote the book.
How do you call this?
The cover of my book.
- And, what do I do?
- You pose for the cover.
- That's it?
- No, no, no, because, you know,
you like talking so
fucking much all the time.
I know you should be a
how do you say this?
- Bitch?
- You can be my agent.
- Book launch parties.
- You should sit with us.
- Yes.
- No, babe, it's okay, he wants
go home,
we're gonna leave.
- Come, one drink.
- Don't worry.
- [Alessia] Have a drink,
have one drink, okay?
- Okay.
- No, but go home.
- [Waiter] I'll be right back.
- [Alessia] Everybody speaks
English here.
- Yeah.
- I studied in Australia for a
- Good for you.
- Aussie, aussie, aussie.
- You guys want?
- Yes.
- No, no, no, no, no, no, no.
- [Marion] Stop.
- [Florent] My God.
- More, more, more.
- [Waiter] More?
- Yeah, yeah, to the top.
- Just a tiny little bit for me.
- All the way.
- [Florent] That's enough.
That's, no, I can't drink this.
- You of all people.
- I can't.
- Cheers y'all.
- Cheers.
- So, what's your story?
- I can't believe
you just broke the glass.
- [Waiter] My story.
That's really good news.
- No thanks, I don't like it.
- Sorry, I didn't mean to.
I don't know.
Who am I?
- No, no, no, no, we don't
wanna know who you are.
We want you to tell us
a story about your life.
- A story about my life.
I don't know.
Let's start at the beginning.
So, my name is Thomas, what's
you name?
- Alessia.
- [Thomas] And, you?
- Flo.
- Marion.
- Marion, okay.
So, my name is Thomas
and I'm a student.
- [Florent] Student, lucky.
- [Alessia] I know.
- Art history.
- I got that.
- Really, look at you.
French is improving all of a
- And, you, what's your story?
Where are you from?
You American?
- Unfortunately.
- [Florent] Smart one, too, huh.
It's not just a face.
- [Thomas] Why unfortunately?
- Because
there's nothing to do there.
it's full of a
- Full of what?
Come on, there is nothing to do
- Yes.
- That's so true.
There's nothing to do here.
- [Alessia] No, what about
that thing, the museum you
talked about.
The World War II
- Museum.
- [Alessia] Yeah, yeah, that's
- Yes.
- What
- He will come with us to the
- Oh yeah?
- [Marion] Yeah.
- Okay.
- What?
- But
she goes
- He will come with us to the
- Really?
- Okay guys.
- What?
- My French isn't that good yet.
- They're just talking about
what are you guys talking about?
Oh, really?
- Yeah.
- Good for you.
- Thank you.
- Yeah, bullshit.
- Oh, I've done those.
- Yeah, people don't want to
work anymore.
This is what our problem is.
Now, we are old and we
understand that
all is over.
- I don't think this is a
- Guys.
We're understanding
that we're gonna die.
- [Florent] We're understanding.
- [Marion] We're going to die.
Yes, we're going to die.
- [Alessia] We all are.
He didn't like that, did he?
- That was cute.
- I love this music.
Let's dance.
Come on, I want to dance.
I want to dance.
- No, no, no.
No, seriously, stop pushing me.
My God.
(laid-back music)
k One day baby we'll be old
k Oh baby we'll be old
k Think of all the stories
that we could've told
k One day baby we'll be old
k Oh baby we'll be old
k Think of all the stories
that we could've told
k One day baby we'll be old
k Oh baby we'll be old
k Think of all the stories
that we could've told
k One day baby we'll be old
k Oh baby we'll be old
k Think of all the stories
that we could've told
k One day baby we'll be old
k Oh baby we'll be old
k Think of all the stories
that we could've told
k One day baby we'll be old
k Oh baby we'll be old
k Think of all the stories
that we could've told
k One day baby we'll be old
k Oh baby we'll be old
k Oh baby we'll be old
k One day baby we'll be old
k Oh baby we'll be old
k Think of all the stories
that we could've told
k One day baby we'll be old
k Oh baby we'll be old
k Oh baby we'll be old
k Oh baby we'll be old
k One day baby we'll be old
k Oh baby we'll be old
k Think of all the stories
that we could've told
k One day baby we'll be old
k Oh baby we'll be old
k Think of all the stories
that we could've told
k One day baby we'll be old
k Oh baby we'll be old
k Oh baby we'll be old
k Oh baby we'll be
k One day baby we'll be old
k Oh baby we'll be old
k Think of all the stories
that we could've told
k One day baby we'll be old
k Oh baby we'll be old
k And think of all the stories
that we could've told k
- The traffic has jammed.
- Okay, okay, okay, so.
When was the last time you had
- Are you talking to me?
- Yeah.
You, everybody, Flo, I know, so.
- [Florent] Really?
- Yeah.
- [Florent] I don't know
why she's saying this.
- Really?
So, when was it?
- Um, few weeks ago.
- Days.
- Really?
- Why me, okay?
What about you then?
- With a guy or a girl?
- Oh, interesting.
- Wait, you really had sex with
a girl?
- Of course.
- Nothing.
It's normal, you know.
You kiss a girl everyday.
- Come on, you really never
tried it?
- No.
but I want to.
- Really?
- Maybe I could help you with
- So, what about you Marion?
- Five months.
- What?
- What?
- Five months?
- What, it's not so long.
- I had sex last week.
- Last week.
- [Marion] But, you're a guy.
- [Thomas] And?
- It's
- double standards.
- Oh, congratulations, you win.
- No.
- What?
- Um, they want us to kiss.
- You and me?
- [Marion] They want to see us.
- Okay.
What do we get in exchange?
- Yeah, what do we get?
- You get the experience
you've always wanted, right.
Come on, you just said so.
And, you.
- How bout you two kiss and then
we kiss.
- Yeah.
- [Florent] Us?
- Yeah.
You kiss her and then I kiss
- Oh, okay, so you kiss her.
- [Marion] No.
- [Alessia] She meant him.
- So?
- No, no.
- Okay.
- Okay?
- Come on, just a kiss.
- [Alessia] Yeah.
- But, a real kiss or
else it doesn't count.
- [Florent] You guys are
such babies, seriously.
- Oh yeah, we're the babies.
- Yeah.
- Okay.
- Okay.
- [Florent] Okay.
- Okay.
- [Alessia] Alright, then.
Go, go, go.
- But, then, you're turn.
- My parents see what's
going on in their house?
On their bed?
- Who cares, their not here.
- [Florent] Alright.
- They're gonna do it.
Come on.
- That's nothing.
- Okay, it's fine, your turn.
- She's right, do not
pretend to be a prude.
- I'm not a prude.
- Come on, a real kiss.
Okay, I guess you don't.
- No, no, no, no, no, no.
- [Florent] Come on.
(everyone speaking)
- Do it.
Yeah, come on guys.
You can't screw me over.
- Oh my God.
Unbelievable, Florent kissed
- Yeah.
- [Marion] I just can't
believe Florent kissed him.
- [Thomas] Now, your turn.
- [Florent] Okay, your turn,
your turn.
- Okay.
(soft rock music)
So, are we going to that museum?
- Oh yeah, yeah.
Forgot about that.
(cheerful music)
- [Thomas] This is real.
- [Florent] It's real?
- [Thomas] Yeah.
- [Alessia] It's not a model?
- [Thomas] No.
- 45.
- This is real?
- Yeah.
Everything's real.
- Can you imagine, tens of
of men, literally in hell, at
the second
they step out of the boat,
they were just avoiding
thousands of bullets, flying
right, left and center
and some of them dying, just
like that.
(happy music)
- Like, you know how we keep
saying we're bored with life?
We don't know what we're
gonna do next year.
Well, by the time these
soldiers were pretty much
our age, they had something to
Something important.
- So, for you, war is a good
- That's not what I said.
- Well, I guess war was a
good thing for the Americans
to do at that point, right?
- No, no, no, that's
not what she's saying.
Go fight.
- I'm just saying that I wish
I had a purpose in my life.
- That's ridiculous.
So for you, you prefer to be,
like one of
the thousands of 22 years old
who died
because of the government?
- Just don't go in Iraq.
- I didn't say I wanted to go to
or that I think war is a good
Don't you think I think
war in Iraq was bullshit
driven by oil and money?
- No, you're just saying that
it's good
because this people have
a purpose in their lives.
But, come on, they didn't choose
This is the government who tells
them that
they need to fight for something
or for liberty, whatever.
This is not the real
purpose these people die.
- [Alessia] You're not getting
my point.
- I'm totally getting your
- Les American, what?
If you're gonna say it, use
English so I can answer you.
- I just said, you're a
real American, that's it.
- [Alessia] Well, you should be
because according to what we
just saw
it's because of stupid Americans
that we even live in this boring
- [Thomas] For sure, you're
a stupid American.
- [Florent] Hey guys, guys.
Can you calm down for a sec?
- Well, I'm just saying that
being given a purpose, even if
it's fake,
even if it means dying
when you're 22 as a hero,
maybe this makes you happier
in life if you believe it.
- You know what, why
don't you go to the army?
- Actually, you know what,
that's true.
If you care about it so
much, you're gonna ruin
our day over this.
- I don't care about war.
It's not my purpose, it's just a
God, maybe I should speak slower
so you can understand me better.
- Or, maybe if you were
able to speak French,
we could understand you better.
- Well.
What'd you just say?
You're crazy, aren't you?
- Oh, I'm crazy?
You're the one who
suspiciously speaks English
with no accent.
You stole my camera and
you won't give it back
until I go some place with you.
And, you keep following me.
- Well, okay.
I guess you could see it this
(somber music)
- You know what?
We should get married.
- What?
- Yeah, that way, you can
come to the US and stay
and I can make a political
- You mean that way, you go jail
and I get deported from the US
and I can't re-enter ever.
- Come on, people do it all the
- Very good plan.
- Gay people can't get married
in the US
so I'm gonna use my right to
make a point.
- You're mixing everything up
right now.
- No, I'm not.
Think about it.
- You want me to think about it,
- [Alessia] Yeah.
- [Flroent] Okay.
And so, we get married
and then what happens
when you fall in love with
someone else
and you can't get married to
that person
'cause you're already married to
- Yes, I can, we can get a
(seagulls squawking)
You know, my mom always
dreamed of coming to France.
Of seeing the streets of Paris.
She never did.
I mean, I came.
I saw Paris.
And, she never had the guts to
And, now she can't.
- Oh.
Come here.
You know, that's also why
them things don't work.
- Where you going?
- [Florent] Home.
- Already?
- [Florent] Yeah.
(speaking French)
k And my mind
k In the far away here and now
k I've become in control somehow
k And I never lose my wallet
k Because I
k Will be the picture of
k Never fucking up anything
k And I'll be a good defensive
k And it's funny how I imagined
k That I would be that person
k But it does not seemed to have
k Maybe I've just forgotten how
k To speak
k And I'll never be the person
k That I thought I'd be
k And my mind
k When I'm old I am beautiful
k Planting tulips and vegetables
k Which I will mindfully watch
k Not like me now
k I'm so busy with everything
k That I don't know that
k But I'm sure I'll look when I
am older
k And it's funny how I imagine
k That I could be that person
now k
- What's up sunshine?
- Hey.
Do you see my lighter anywhere?
- No.
- Can we go some place,
I need to get outta here.
- Okay.
Let me get dolled up.
- Hey, it's Marion.
She's really pissed
that we didn't say bye.
Thomas doesn't wanna see her
- So mean.
(laid-back music)
- [Florent] So?
My parents are coming back.
In a few days.
What are you gonna do?
- I don't know.
- [Florent] Are you gonna go
back home?
(relaxing music)
- Put your hand on my leg.
Like I'm yours.
This city is so
- [Florent] Be careful,
be careful.
- Come on.
- I don't like this.
- You're so straight-laced.
I'm tired.
- [Florent] Wanna sit?
- Yeah.
There's bird shit.
You know, think you look really
You're like one of those guys
that looks good with makeup.
Can I try something?
- If you want.
- Oh, you're the best.
- So, do you like Paris?
- Are you kidding?
I love Paris.
- Really?
- I could see myself living
- Really?
- [Alessia] Really.
- So you need to get a place.
- Your hair's so thick.
It's crazy.
- [Florent] Alessia.
Right, I need to get a place.
- I can help you with that.
- Right.
- Alessia.
- [Alessia] Right.
- Is that all you can say,
- [Alessia] What do you want me
to say?
- No.
- How 'bout you coming to The
- Come on, we've been through
I can't go to The States.
I don't have a Visa for The
- I don't have a Visa for here.
- Yeah, right.
If we get married then you could
You're the one who said it.
Don't give me that look.
- Come on, I was upset.
- Oh, you were upset.
- [Alessia] Yeah.
- You must really think I'm an
idiot, huh?
So what now, you're just gonna
go home?
- I didn't say I was gonna go
- What did you say?
- I didn't say I was gonna go
What are you doing?
- Ow.
- [Alessia] I'm sorry.
- [Florent] That really hurt.
- I'm sorry.
Come here.
Come here.
- Okay, here's your camera.
Take it.
Where you rushing to anyway?
- I'm not rushing.
I'm exploring.
- Well, actually, I am from
So, I could show you around.
(nostalgic music)