Rojst (2018) s03e04 Episode Script

Season 3, Episode 4

[rock music playing]
[music fades]
[opening theme music playing]
[music fades]
[birds squawking]
[doorbell rings]
[uneasy music playing]
[door lock clicks]
[Joanna] Hi there, Mr. Wanycz.
Asia, good morning. Is Piotr in?
No, but he should be back pretty soon.
- Please, come in.
- No, no, no. I'm in a hurry.
I just wanted to ask him how he's doing.
At least a cup of tea?
[chuckles] Sure, I will.
What did the police say?
[Joanna sighs]
That Wanda just ran away.
That she'll contact us of her own accord.
But we're not convinced though.
I'm just so worried about him.
He's a complete mess.
He's always going out,
and then he'll just come home as if he
as if he's worried he'll miss a call
or something about her.
You don't have children, do you?
No, no.
My dad said that you would always be
a perennial bachelor.
[Wanycz laughs]
Not really so perennial.
[sighs uncomfortably]
I'm I'm sorry. I put my foot in my mouth.
[Wanycz] No, no. It's totally fine.
[water burbling]
[gasps] Oh shoot!
How's the business in the forest?
Been bothering you?
[tuts] My whole life's been turned
upside down by the forest.
[Wanycz] I know.
Never again will I let them
make up lies about what's happening.
So you and your dad
really have a lot in common, I see.
[chuckles softly]
[gate opens]
[woman 1] Yeah, for real,
that dude in black was just
[woman 2] I know, right?
- [woman 1] Wanna get a drink?
- Yeah, of course.
[Piotr] Hi, girls.
Listen, have you seen this girl?
Here. Look, please. My daughter.
Come on, dude. Just fuck off.
- Have you seen her? Look. My daughter.
- Mm-mmm. Sorry.
- I'm looking for her. Nothing?
- I haven't seen anybody. Sorry.
- Hi. Listen, hey!
- No, sorry.
Sorry, I can't find my daughter.
Have you Stop for a second, please.
- My daughter. Have you seen my daughter?
- No, I haven't.
[voice mail] Hi, Wanda here.
Leave a message if you can be bothered.
- Bye.
- [beep]
[Piotr] Excuse me.
Remember me? Hey!
Remember my daughter? Have you seen her?
Not here.
[sighs] She hasn't been to Kleopatra,
and she's too young for that kinda thing.
[Piotr] But?
Well, she was looking for work at Ozyrys
a little while ago.
Applied to be some kinda dishwasher
or something. Saw the boss about it.
[Piotr sighs]
- You're positive?
- Oh Christ! Am I positive?
Does he have it in him to hurt her?
What do you think?
Okay, fine. Tell me. What'll it cost?
Jesus, put it away.
Give me a lift,
and we'll just forget about it.
[engine starts]
[Jass] Ah fuck.
[Mika] It's cu cucumber juice
from Krysia.
Best for Take it. Hangover.
[sneezes, sniffles]
Oh, Krysia wasn't happy when I got home.
That's retirement, right?
Made off with th this.
[engine starts]
[indistinct chattering]
[Jass] Hey!
- Show me your tapes.
- [man] Hey.
The fifth of November.
Are you the police?
May I?
Show me that footage now,
you you you punk,
or we'll bust you for porn
and jerking off under your fucking desk
like a fucking pervert!
[Jass] Who's that guy?
You know him?
Not well. He's been here once or twice.
You take people's details when they
use the Internet here though. Right?
Of course.
[Mika] Why ar are you here?
[man] Oh! Here.
His name was
- [Jass] What?
- Karol Woj Wojtyła.
You ever check people's IDs?
- Hey, we're not the KGB.
- [Jass] Fucking hell.
You you recognize that dude?
[Mika clears throat]
Give me that.
- No, no, no.
- Tell me the information I want,
or I'll m melt this, man.
I I spoke to him one time.
Uh, he asked me about
the sign of the Chaos God.
[Mika] Wh what?
Cha Cha Chaos God.
He wanted a tattoo like this.
- Okay.
- Hey, that's mine!
- Hey, don't just
- Hey. [chuckles]
You'll get it back.
[distant siren wailing]
[Babe] Donata Mu
What the hell?
[keyboard clacking]
[mysterious music playing]
[mysterious music continues]
[music fades]
Uh, excuse me.
What does "no data" mean here?
Usually shows what was lost or destroyed
in the flood a couple years back.
A lot of documents sank then.
[sighs] Yeah, sure.
And what? Nobody to dry 'em off?
Hi there.
I didn't properly introduce myself.
Are you stalking me?
What? No. No, no, no, no.
No. No.
I came here about a case,
but it's another one.
It's a joke. Kinga.
- Uh, I
- [phone ringing]
- Have you thought about
- [Kinga] Excuse me.
Yeah, what's going on?
Yeah, fine. On my way.
Have you thought about
my movie offer at all?
[Kinga] No.
No, like you'd prefer not to,
or you haven't thought?
Uh, I'd like to go to the movies
and see The Matrix with you.
It has to be late,
but possibly even tonight.
Thank you.
I'll see you this evening.
[Kinga] I'll leave that here.
[announcement tone chimes]
- [device whirring]
- [rock music playing]
[Jass] Have you done one like this lately?
[woman] Mm-hmm.
And p personal cl client data? Got that?
[woman] Uh-uh.
Can you describe him?
Slim guy. Beautiful looking.
Kinda like Ibisz.
And that one came out well,
so I took a photo.
I'm gonna need to see that.
But of course.
[man] Hello, Sarge.
Whoa, Duck!
Wh wh what are you you doing here?
Paroled about a month ago. Good behavior.
[Mika] Hmm, con congratulations.
J just d don't blow it now, huh?
[Duck] No way, Sarge. No way.
I'm a convert now.
Joining with a monastery pretty soon.
And all thanks to you.
You're pretty good for a pig.
[clattering in background]
We're taking this.
[door opens]
[Jass in Romani] Hi.
Don't be afraid.
He's helping me with your case.
Have you seen this tattoo?
[uneasy music playing]
[breathing anxiously]
[in English] And this?
[Jass in Romani] And this?
[breathing heavily]
- [sobbing]
- [Jass] Sh. Sh.
Sh. Go. Get someone. Go. Sh.
[in Romani] Calm down. Sh. Calm down.
Calm down. Breathe.
[in English] What could've happened
that'd cause her to lose it so so much?
- What's with you?
- Nothing.
Y you taking something for it?
I haven't gone past a pharmacy recently.
Probably ought to scope out
mi military airfields nearby.
All those army men are perverts.
That's what I always say.
You good, or y you staying here?
[Kinga] Good morning.
What happened?
Your point of view is different
than your superiors', right?
It always depends on the case.
[Joanna] In this case.
Earlier today, we found some male remains.
Passport from West Germany
was found on the body.
It was issued in 1960.
We didn't really examine him at all
'cause folks came in
from Warsaw immediately.
INR Folks.
- [Kinga] The INR?
- Yeah. They wanna stop our work here.
I just figured maybe
you might be able to stop it all somehow
- You know, I'm just an assistant
- Please.
Please help.
Something needs to be done.
Uh, Warsaw gave the green light, yeah?
Kinga, what what are you doing here?
Hello. I'm Matwiejska, ADA.
The Institute for National Remembrance
is going to take over here.
How is that possible, sir?
This man died a long time after the war.
That's something the local
prosecutor's office should investigate.
We can't have any dead Germans here.
Did you hear me wrong, or are you dumb?
Mariusz. [chuckles] Calm down.
[Leśniak] Kinga, shall we?
Listen, you have to know this information
can't leave this space. You got that?
That's very important.
You've got that.
Right? You've got that?
Can we speak a moment in private, please?
Sir, we can't just blatantly lie
to the people like that.
After all, it's so obvious the woman
they exhumed died years after the war,
and the man was West German.
I think Cętka might be right.
You are stupid, aren't you?
What are you trying to prove here?
We're making a bunch of Nazis victims now?
We're vindicating them now?
They took the lives
of over six million of our people.
They should pay so much in reparations
that they've gotta
disband their army forever.
Find some way to make your
tiny brain accept these facts.
That young woman died in 1945, no later.
And that man and his passport
were not found.
Am I clear?
Come on now, miss.
Look at me, Kinga.
Perfectly clear.
- [elevator dings]
- [jazz music playing]
- Ah, excuse me. Could you tell me
- Uh, hello there.
Uh, Jacek Dobrowolski.
I'm the new hotel manager.
How may I help you?
Manager? [laughs]
I figured you were the concierge.
[chuckles] Pardon me,
but could could you perhaps tell me
where I could get a shave?
Uh, shaving foam and razors are available
in the hotel kiosk at the front.
Right, sure. Sorry.
I'm not being clear. I don't do it.
- I just have it done, you see?
- Ah.
Um, if that's your plan,
you might have a look,
uh, over near the entrance
off to the right of the building.
We've got a fine salon for you.
- Boy, that's great. Thank you.
- You're most welcome.
Who's that prick?
He's in room 619.
- He hasn't given a checkout date though.
- Hmm.
[indistinct chattering]
Pardon me.
Would you mind answering a small question?
What might you be able to say
about the, uh, new manager at the hotel?
Or so he calls himself anyway.
He's a liar and a thief
like the one before him.
Although, the previous guy was better
at the planning phase of it all.
You know, personally, I owe quite a lot
to the previous manager who worked here.
Memories of him and his deutsche marks
running about the place.
"Change money,
change money, change money."
Supposedly, you used to
work for him, too, back in the day.
Who'd you hear that from?
The big-mouthed bartender?
Yeah, I worked for him.
You ever hear about the manager's son
during the many years you worked for him,
or did you ever encounter the boy?
Seems he may have been an employee once.
That's very interesting.
Somebody else was asking me about him.
And who might that've been?
You're a bit of a nosy one, mister.
[mysterious music playing]
Welcome, ladies and gentlemen,
to the District Level
Junior Swimming Championships.
Please make your way to your seats.
Our contestants will begin shortly.
Hi there.
[Grochu] Excuse me.
Howdy, howdy, Kocioł rowdy.
Some good news for you.
See that guy over there?
That's that Wanycz dude
you said you were looking for earlier.
Gorgeous guy.
[big band music playing]
- Hi, Witek.
- Oh, Hi.
- Can we talk after the meeting?
- Sure.
I'll see you then.
[big band music continues]
[commentator] The old standard,
the 50-meter freestyle.
On the blocks
Matylda, MKPR Skra.
Helena, Piast Ogniwo.
Anna, SKP Erdoza.
And Iza, Robotnik.
You see that beauty at number two?
Of course.
How about a bet?
No. [chuckles]
[big band music continues]
[Kociołek] Hey, boss! I got seats.
Wonderful, look.
Beat it.
I said fuck off, huh?
And you, mister. Move it.
Greetings to you, my good fellow.
Allow me to present this man here.
My trusted employee Kociołek.
We're grateful to you for everything, sir.
We can never repay what we owe you.
She's not really a bright one,
but she's our entire world.
[Kociołek] I understand completely.
I'm absolutely crazy
about my son, as well.
You've got a son?
How old is he?
[Kociołek] Five.
- Please.
- Oh.
Go ahead.
What brings you folks to our fair town?
[chuckles] My dear wife
used to swim for a living.
Now she works for the Olympics.
Well, with your keen eyes,
you two would have some fun
having a look at our home-grown pugilist,
Józio Haśnik.
Heart of a true athlete,
but he's a normal butcher by day.
[laughs] Alas, I'm just here
for the swimming.
- Yeah, yeah.
- [both laugh]
Here they are now.
My wife Violetta and son Filip.
[Jassijej] You must be
proud of your husband.
I will forever be in his debt.
Yeah? What did he pull off for you, then?
He saved the life of our dumb little girl.
May I have the pleasure
May I invite you two for a little bit
of a treat tonight over at the hotel?
Will he be waiting tables, or will he have
the night free with all of us?
No, of course.
Yeah, he's earned the night off.
He's an invaluable employee.
Would you be willing to pose for a photo?
Go on.
- Your name is Filip?
- [photographer] Smile, please.
Beautiful necklace.
All right, look at the camera.
Anniversary gift.
- Hmm.
- [photographer] Look at the birdie.
[music stops]
[referee] Positions.
[whistle blows]
[commentator] Judge's whistle,
and they dive!
You see that? Marynka Bieda.
Paddling in lane four. Huge, huge talent.
I could paddle her
for the rest of my life!
Dad, we're so bored.
Can we please play out in the meadows?
Let them go have some fun, huh?
Careful out on the street, okay?
My husband is the spoiling type,
and I had to take over
the bad cop role, didn't I? [chuckles]
[Jassijej] Fantastic!
[manager] Helena!
Pardon me a minute.
Just a little business to take care of.
[manager] Helena!
[urine splashing]
[faucet squeaks]
- It's an exciting competition.
- [door closes]
[Wanycz] Uh-huh.
You've written about it before, right?
Yeah, a report for the Courier.
You put money on a winner? In the finals?
Lane two.
Beautiful talent.
I agree.
She is a beautiful talent.
I'll see you out there.
I'll see you later, Mr. Wanycz.
[pensive music playing]
- [sniffles]
- [door opens]
[Filip] Somebody says,
"Please be quiet," right?
But they kept scaring us.
That lady, you know which one.
[Jass] Ah! Stop, wait. [giggles]
[Filip] All the way.
[intriguing music playing]
[Jass] What's this?
A slow worm. A car ran it over.
It's beautiful.
Are you happy here too?
Very much.
I've never met a kid called Filip before.
I don't like my name very much.
Why's that?
Now we do the coronation.
I declare you queen of this realm
now and always.
Thank you, sir.
[soft pop music playing]
Uh, in the camp, a brief moment.
Before that, France.
The women they have
working in the bistros there. My word!
Such women
that you're that you just
refrain from looking,
fearing you might fall in love.
- And how they twitter.
- [all laugh]
Like little birds or something.
- I'm sure they can do more than twitter.
- Yes, they can.
Babe, I'd really love
to see Paris someday.
- Uh.
- Live there for a while with my husband.
You told me
that we'd make it there one day.
I'm about to explode
if I don't get to the bathroom.
Excuse me a second, gentlemen. Sorry.
Mmm. [chuckles]
[clears throat] Barman, another round.
[music continues]
I feel you've been given great energy.
Very strong.
Come on, now.
In my opinion,
you're the future of this country.
Salt of the earth.
But you have to work a little smarter,
up your game, huh?
I mean, c'mon. Look at you.
You look like a small-town pimp.
Buy yourself a nice suit.
Get your hair done. Get new friends.
Have you seen the new hotel designs
we're working on?
Man! Beautiful. Very nice.
It'll be amazing.
But who are you?
Dream big, and who knows?
[wife] Stefan, I'm tired.
We're leaving.
I owe you a debt for the life of my girl.
A lifelong debt, so don't you forget it.
To the Romani, a word is a deed.
And honor is honored.
[Jassijej chuckles] Let's go.
[both laugh]
[Jassijej] Ah.
- [music stops]
- [siren wailing]
[Jass] There, freeze it.
Look, right there.
And play the other one now.
See? It's the same guy.
Why don't we just write to the guy
since we have his email address?
I I t trained that boy.
[sniffles, sighs]
[Jass] "Hi."
"I'm 15. My name is Patrycja."
"My friend gave me
your address."
"She said you might
have contacts in modeling."
"I-I'm v very interested. Very."
Well, you set the line with bait.
Take care.
Uh, bye.
- Oh, hi. Good morning.
- Oh, hey.
There they are.
A cripple and a retiree on the hunt.
Ch Ch Chief, hi.
Don't you "ch chief" me, you hear me?
I need to see you
in my office immediately!
And call Babe too!
And as for you,
escort yourself from the premises.
Unless you wanna report something.
In my office. Go!
[commander] Adam, I did you a huge favor
by letting you work on another case
despite your retirement.
And that favor you repay me how?
You bring that cunt
into my damn precinct, huh?
Chief, we all believe M Ms. Zarzycka
and the Romani girl
might be the same thing.
Hey, Mika.
Are you a moron?
Hmm? So you're just acting.
Because you're quite convincing. I'm sold.
May I remind you that
Zarzycka's case belongs to Tubs.
Don't you get it?
I'm I'm I'm sorry,
but Tubs couldn't even
catch himself an STD in a brothel.
[Babe chuckles]
And tell me what's so funny to you, huh?
You think that this is amusing?
You find this hilarious?
Look, her k kid has been taken.
[gasps] It's not even
really her kid, asshole!
In your life, have you ever seen
a broad knock up a broad?
Make a teeny tiny ankle biter? No?
So just shut your face and go away! Fuck!
And you, Sherlock?
You have something you wanna say to me?
And is it true that yesterday,
you and that nut job went
without a warrant and did a raid
on Hany's daughter's house?
- Not really.
- Oh no?
So what happened, then?
Because what I've heard
is you terrified the poor girl,
and that you made threats
that could be seen as criminal,
and that it even got pretty physical.
It's just that
No, Babe. No excuses.
If I see you so much as
speaking to that bitch again,
I'm gonna put you
on mounted patrol, got it?
Please do me a favor and fuck off now.
[Danka] See you tomorrow.
[Nadia] Bye, Danka. See you.
What do you want?
- [Rollo] Hanys doubled the rent.
- You've gotta be kidding me.
I paid him in full and then some.
- [grunts groans]
- [Rollo] Fuck you and then some.
If you don't wanna
end up dead in the river,
you go find another thousand
for tomorrow night.
[Nadia coughing]
- [door closes]
- [gasps]
Oh fuck.
[door opens]
We're closed for the night!
- [door closes]
- [Dobrowolski] I'm not here for a haircut.
As the hotel manager, I figured
I'd peek in and see how you're doing.
Everything's good. Anything else?
[uneasy music playing]
- Hey, Nadia.
- [Nadia] Hmm?
We have enemies in common, the two of us.
Is that so?
You mean the people
who made you the manager?
- Those people?
- Maybe they did.
That doesn't mean
that they can push me around.
Leave me be.
Now, please, we're closed.
I'm a phone call away though.
[Nadia scoffs]
Because I've got a hunch
that I might be able to offer some help.
[door opens]
[door closes]
- [uneasy music continues]
- [indistinct chattering]
[pop music playing in background]
[Mika] Thanks.
[Mika groans]
Uh I got you a big boy.
In pita bread.
[Jass] Mmm.
Uh, your meds.
P post-dinner.
- Does Hanys own this stand?
- Mmm. Yeah, his lamb's the best.
Oh fuck. As usual.
[tense music playing]
- Look.
- Hmm?
[car alarm chirps]
[Jass] We gonna bust him?
[Mika] Better wait a bit.
We'll follow him.
I wonder if he'll write you back.
[both chuckle]
- Yeah, move it.
- [Hanys] Trabant!
Okay, see ya.
- Have you seen Rollo?
- I haven't.
He's not picking up his phone.
Do you think he could be out moonlighting?
I'll hang him by his balls if he is.
I don't know anything, boss,
but I can always ask around.
[Hanys] You never know anything.
Listen, mind the shop for me, will you?
I'll be in at 10:00. Don't fuck up.
[indistinct chattering]
[tense music playing]
[Hanys grunts]
[music intensifies]
[engine starting]
[engine revs]
[indistinct chattering]
[car alarm chirps]
- [Mika] There's our M Mig.
- [dance music playing]
[dart game chimes]
[Jass] Where is he?
I c can't find him.
I mean, he's gotta be here.
Maybe up upstairs. You think?
Cover the upper floor there.
I'll go talk to
some old acquaintances over here.
[Rollo laughing]
Ro! Rollo!
What do you want, marble mouth?
Mixing up your hangouts?
Why the fuck are you here?
My sweet roll,
let bygones [sniffles]be bygones.
You know that I'm I'm retired now.
"My sweet roll"?
Fuck off, man, really. What do you want?
- To h have some fun.
- What the fuck does that mean?
I hit five today in the lottery.
Let me buy you a drink.
G good evening.
G good evening. Good evening.
I'm buyin' this round, folks.
One, two, three, four, five, yeah.
[man] Fuck.
Baldie. [laughs]
Fucking mental.
Oh, hey. Good evening.
Can I help you?
No, thanks.
I'm on the wrong floor.
[Mika laughing] D dig it?
[dance music playing]
What the fuck?
Don't wanna get laid no more?
N not at at all.
But my wallet's in the car, so
[Mika] S sorry.
The guy's upstairs.
That's where the Romani girl was.
- Uh-huh.
- We storm it?
B backup can be here pretty soon.
- And who's going to help us? The chief?
- Jass, fuck.
- Or Tubs, maybe?
- There's too many in there.
They've smelled a rat b by now.
Uh-huh. Fuck. See?
[phone line ringing]
[Jassijej] Hello?
Dad, I need you to help me.
It's about Wanda.
What if that car or this building
or everything around us
is actually just
a giant sequence of letters and numbers?
You know, just one big lie.
If that's the case,
then the Architect in our Matrix
did a pretty awful job with our town.
[laughs] That's very true.
Although, consider this.
Maybe the lady at the store
might be your Oracle.
[Kinga] Oh, come on!
The tallest building in town is a hotel,
and its neon sign is broken.
Hey. "Free your mind," yeah?
[imitating sounds from The Matrix]
[chuckles] So?
Maybe I'm the local Neo.
Yeah, maybe.
Thank you.
That was very fun.
[both laugh]
See ya later.
[Kinga] Bye.
[door opens]
[door closes]
[tires squealing]
[tense music playing]
[Mika sniffles]
[Jass] There.
[Jass] Come on.
[Mika] Jass. Fuck. Wait a sec.
- [people screaming]
- [dance music playing]
[dance music continues]
[Jass] Fuck!
[muffled music continues]
[brooding music playing]
[Jass grunts]
[Jass groans]
Leave her. Let's go!
Come on!
No. No, leave me alone.
- Please, no.
- [footsteps approaching]
[Mika] You you okay?
I'm fine. Call an ambulance.
[Mika coughs, sniffles]
[rock music playing]
[music stops]
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