Summertime (2020) s02e03 Episode Script

Season 2, Episode 3

1 AN ORIGINAL NETFLIX SERIES [waves crashing.]
[soft piano music playing.]
[dramatic piano music playing.]
- [gasps.]
- [gasps.]
You, sir, kept me awake all night long.
You kept tossing and turning.
You kept talking as well, in your sleep.
- Hm.
- Hm.
What did I say? Oh, nothing that made any sense.
["FCK U" by PSICOLOGI playing.]
[engines accelerating.]
The sky's no longer blue, blue, blue ♪ Since you, you, you arrived ♪ You'll tell your friends ♪ That it no longer works between us ♪ Before I was in love Now fuck you, you, you ♪ Before I was in love now fuck you ♪ My heart used to say yes ♪ Now it's destroyed by nos But what's up, bro? ♪ I put my soul in my beats ♪ [Miguel.]
What the hell is he doing? He's out.
Quit messing around.
He's outta there.
Lola's still in.
But how come you've told your parents? ♪ [Ale.]
Sorry, Miguel.
I totally screwed up.
I'm a jackass.
Don't worry about it.
Are the shocks too low? No, I don't think that's it.
I'm I'm just straining my arms.
I don't know why.
Did you see the third turn? - Yeah.
- I mess up there.
Every time, right? You're just tired.
No, no, no, no.
That's not it.
I think I I just haven't been sleeping well.
Stop, stop, stop.
Where are you going? Come here, buddy.
It doesn't help feeling sorry for yourself.
How about this? We just call it quits for now.
Go relax.
Get some rest.
Tomorrow, we'll come back fresh and pick it up here.
What do you say? - Yeah? - Okay.
And Lola? - I'll tell her.
Call her up later.
- Yeah.
We'll keep training.
- Okay.
- But Miguel - Lola.
- Yeah.
Uh don't torture her.
- Hmm.
- You've been a bit too hard lately.
- Oh yea? You think so? [chuckles.]
- Yeah.
How about you keep your eye on your job, and I'll keep my eye on mine.
Hm? Go chill.
[dramatic instrumental music playing.]
[dogs panting.]
[clicks tongue.]
That's not food.
[clicks tongue.]
Dogs, no.
Food's at home.
[soft instrumental music playing.]
- [blinds raising.]
- [Dario.]
- Let's go.
- [groans.]
- Croissants? - With chocolate.
- Wake up.
- [groans.]
Why? What do you mean why? Every day you sleep until noon.
It's bad.
It's summer.
Yeah, precisely, so grab the first ferry to Greece and go have yourself a vacation.
No, my vacation is over.
Come on.
Make up with Irene.
Go over there.
Make love, get a tan.
You say that because you want the house to yourself.
No, I'm saying because I hate seeing you like this.
You know, today, I saw the MILF.
So early? No, no, like on her scooter.
She was driving by with her kid.
And? And nothing.
I looked at her.
I waved to her.
And she waved back at you.
- No.
- She didn't wave back? [clicks tongue.]
No, she didn't wave back.
She just didn't recognize you.
Yeah, for sure.
I mean, after all, how could she recognize me? Hm.
[clicks tongue.]
I'm sure I didn't leave an impression.
- Of course, you left an impression.
- You think? Uh-huh.
Let's have breakfast right here.
["8 Miliardi Di Persone" playing.]
Do you promise you'll go to the beach later? [scoffs.]
I'll go.
- Pasta with clams for table seven.
- Yes.
A piadina also for table seven.
Let's put it here.
- A sandwich for your friend, here.
Got it? - I got it.
Wine for table nine.
- Keep it for later.
- Right.
Don't drop anything.
♪still alive when you're cold ♪ Where are you? ♪ I was trying to see you Among this huge crowd ♪ I would recognize your name Out of eight billion people ♪ Oh, beautiful.
It looks wonderful.
You weren't checking Irene's profile, were you? - No.
- Sofi, your cell phone.
But look at this.
They're never apart.
I'm sorry, but it's not just Tamara.
There's other girls too.
But every photo shows the two of them with each other.
Sofi, you can't go on like this.
Do you ever think some woman out there might have her eye on Edo? Like from last year, that girl Giulia.
Yeah, but Edo and Giulia are just friends.
Yeah, but sometimes people happen to think about old flames, old affairs.
You never know.
I've been talking with Ale again.
What? - What? Come back.
- Come on.
I gotta go to work.
What do you mean talking again? Uh just a few messages.
Really? Your phone.
Your phone, Summy.
This is like a million.
I know.
Every time, I tell myself I won't answer.
Then he texts me, and then in the end, I just respond.
And Edo? ["Hunt You Down" playing.]
I'm gonna hunt you down ♪ Yeah I ain't playing around ♪ I'm gonna take your crown ♪ Man better run gonna hunt you down ♪ Who's the bravest? ♪ Let me know how far you wanna ♪ [buttons clicking.]
I'm gonna hunt you down ♪ Yeah I ain't playing around ♪ I'm gonna take your crown ♪ Man better run gonna hunt you down ♪ ALE: I DREAMED OF YOU LAST NIGH [sighs.]
[relaxing calypso music playing.]
Oh, what's up? How are you? - I'm fine, thanks.
You? - Okay.
Your father? He's also doing fine.
Do you recycle these? Of course.
It's aluminum.
Just put it here.
You've still got the ring.
Can you please help me out with collecting all the cigarettes? - Sure.
- Good.
You can put them in here.
Just a minute.
- So your fingers won't stink.
- What is it? It's lavender water.
- [chuckles.]
- What is it? Nothing.
It's a nice smell.
Yes, very.
It's really magnificent.
["Klimt" playing.]
In the middle Of a discussion on Fibonacci ♪ We told ourselves Come on let's make out ♪ I gave you a kiss Like in a Klimt's painting ♪ Better open like a Damien Hirst ♪ Wear me I'm sure I'll fit you nicely ♪ I wonder if this black heart Makes you look thinner ♪ SUM: I DREAMED OF YOU TOO LAST NIGH I'll walk you all the way to my place ♪ Sleep with me and we'll stay awake ♪ Do you like Kim Ki-duk? ♪ ALE: REALLY? How gross this rose flower ♪ - Be there in a minute.
- No worries.
- I gave the check to the last table.
- Okay.
- ' "Yes" what? - [laughs.]
No, you should reply yes.
I'm sorry.
It's just my thing.
I'm sorry.
- What is? - Occasionally, I have a a "Yes Day.
" - It helps.
It relaxes you completely.
- How does it work? I say yes to whatever comes up that day.
I sit back and wait to see how it goes.
Yes to anything? Absolutely anything.
- So what if I asked you - Don't even try.
Today's not my Yes Day.
So what day is it? Good girl.
Today is the day I'm having a party at my house.
Not my house really.
A ton of people live there, it's like a Anyway, you'll see.
You're invited is what I mean.
If you want.
Bring anyone you want, of course.
- [chuckles.]
- Oh, just thanks? - Yes.
- Ah, you're picking up fast, Summer.
- I'm gonna get to work.
If I don't - [laughs.]
ALE: WHAT TIME DO YOU FINISH TODAY? IN A COUPLE OF HOURS, WHY? ALE: HOW WOULD YOU LIKE A SURPRISE? If there is an extra place next to you ♪ Count me there ♪ [gasps.]
- Sofi! - [groans.]
Oh man, you're alive.
Of course.
- What are you doing? - I was sleeping.
Sleeping on the bathroom floor? Yeah, what of it? Okay, but you gave me a heart attack.
- I was tired.
It was cool here.
- [water falling.]
I laid down a second and was out.
- Yeah.
- [sighs.]
- Did you at least go to the beach? - Yeah, I went to see Summy.
How did it go? [sighs.]
I thought I was the only one confused about love, but it seems we all are.
- [water heater clanging.]
- [laughs.]
- I'll let you take your shower.
- Thanks.
You're supposed to be at work.
What are you taking a shower? Uh took off early.
For the MILF? She texted me.
Told me to meet her in 15 minutes.
I told you you had left an impression.
- We'll see.
- [chuckles.]
[Wanda singing along to "Là Ci Darem La Mano".]
Whisper a gentle yes ♪ I'm so sorry.
They're supposed to be here.
Oh, do you need help, sweetheart? Well Well well well what? Well, the fins, the fins.
- Ah.
They moved over there.
There? Where? Here, on the corner.
That's a better place, right? But that's, um, where the water guns were.
Yeah, I went ahead and put them down lower, so the kids can see them better.
- Uh, size eight, right? - Uh-huh.
Great purchase, sir.
[Wanda giggles.]
- Thank you.
How much are these? - Twenty-two.
- Let's make it 20, huh? [chuckles.]
- [phone dings.]
[pressing buttons.]
Oh, hey, uh, could I maybe trouble you to help me hang up the floats out front? I just get so dizzy climbing up the ladder.
I dunno.
Maybe you'll wait for Loris, you can hang them up the way you like.
Okay? But, uh What's up with you? Is there something wrong? No, Wanda, nothing's wrong.
[phone dings.]
GIUL: I'M HERE [buttons clicking.]
COMING So, hey.
Are you here for awhile? Two people is overkill, right? - [chuckles.]
Yeah, right.
- Yeah, I gotta go meet someone.
Oh, meeting your girlfriend, huh? Yeah? ["Beer and Pills" by John Canoe playing.]
I was only asking.
No? Okay.
Jonas, I'm gonna get changed and go.
Okay? - Okay.
You coming tonight, right? - [vibrates.]
You there? [chuckles.]
You okay? Should I go? Is it a Yes Day? [laughs.]
I can't take it anymore.
- Is this still about Wanda? - Yes.
What has that woman ever done to you, Edo? Now she's at the store even when my father isn't.
That's great.
She's can stay there while you come say bye to me.
It all works out.
So, look, here's what we do.
I'll seduce Loris, get Wanda out of his life, and then I'll be your mother.
How does that sound? [laughs.]
You've got a nice smile, you know that? I'm sorry you have to leave already.
We barely spent any time together.
You say that, maybe, but you're at work all day.
- And you disappear at night.
- You know it's difficult to get away.
Sure, sure.
You've got a girlfriend, I know.
- Yeah.
- Uh-huh.
Too bad, really.
I came here for you.
[soft instrumental music playing.]
Fabri's waiting for me.
I gotta go.
The drive takes three hours, and I'm already late.
Then why don't you stay a bit? Tell your boyfriend you're staying, and he should join you.
What? Nothing, Edo.
- What did I say? - You're always talking nonsense like that.
You're always acting like you don't understand.
It's not that I'm acting or pretending.
It's just it's better if I don't understand.
But you Did you tell your girlfriend that you were the reason I came to visit? No.
Have a nice holiday.
[upbeat instrumental music playing.]
You too.
What's this? [door opens.]
You got a license? - Yeah, a few months ago.
- [laughing.]
What's funny? No, no, nothing.
I'm laughing at the fact that you're driving.
How long are you gonna be here? [clicks tongue.]
Ninety minutes.
What, 90 minutes? No, actually, it's 89 minutes because the flight to Barcelona is in 89 minutes.
You lost your mind.
Where to, Boss? You tell me.
How about we get going, and then then we'll decide? And this, just to be safe.
- [clicks in.]
- Just saying.
No, okay, okay.
Of course.
Yeah, sure, next week too.
I always seem to catch you on the phone.
- Uh-huh, yes.
- [chuckles.]
- Okay.
Can you tell me I don't know.
- Should I? Okay.
[clicks tongue.]
[soft instrumental music playing.]
Well - [squeaks.]
- Ah.
Hm [chuckles.]
- [chuckles.]
- [squeaks.]
- [squeaks.]
- [Dario breathes in.]
[blows out.]
I'm so sorry.
A work call.
- Yeah, yeah.
- I'm here.
- What work? - My job.
I forgot this.
And what do you do? - I work at the port.
- Oh, the port.
Super, ya know, interesting, it's like - The port is nice.
- It's just ["Beer and Pills" by John Canoe playing.]
I drink some beer With some milk and pills ♪ I drink some beer With some milk and pills ♪ Drink some beer With some milk and pills ♪ The roof is shaking ♪ My head is aching ♪ Ale.
Why'd you come here? Because I wanted to see you.
I wanted to know what you dreamt last night.
Anyway, if you want, you can just drop me back to the airport.
- No problem.
- No, no, no.
I'm happy that you're here.
You sure? Yes.
You still haven't told me what you dreamt last night.
Neither have you.
[soft guitar riffs playing.]
You know, I didn't think I'd hear from you.
- [laughs.]
- [chuckles.]
What? That thing with your number in the delivery bag.
Like [giggling.]
- A little embarrassing.
- [chuckles.]
A little.
- Uh-huh.
- [sighs.]
But [groans.]
you called me.
I did.
When I left here and thought, "She's never gonna call me back.
" - Why? - What do you mean why? Because, uh, you're an adult.
- An adult? - [chuckles.]
I mean you know You have a kid.
- Yeah.
I do.
- Yeah.
That's why I thought you wouldn't want to waste time with someone like me.
It's fun wasting time with you.
I I'm pretty sure this morning I saw you on your moped.
- Yeah? - [groans.]
- [squeaks.]
- Uh I [chuckles.]
- I even I waved at you.
- I must have missed you.
I must have yeah - Listen.
- Hm.
- I gotta head out.
- [laughs.]
Okay, sure, of course.
I'll just get my shoes.
- Okay.
- Yeah, I'll get my shoes.
Uh by the way, your muffler sounds pretty bad.
- Yeah? It's been like that for awhile.
- If you want, I can have a quick look.
- You know about mopeds? Ah.
- I suppose you could say that.
Maybe next time yeah okay when we aren't in such a hurry.
And maybe, we'll we'll speak again soon.
Uh - I'll put them on yeah.
- [laughs.]
- Bye.
- Bye.
[soft piano music playing.]
[Anthony angry.]
Are you kidding me? I work my ass off to clean up, and you come back in here and mess it up again.
- [Isa.]
Yes, but you've become too fussy.
- [Anthony.]
Maybe I am so fussy because - I have to take care of everything here.
- [Isa.]
I just wanted to help you out, but you treat me like I am an idiot.
- [Isa.]
You're hysterical.
- [Anthony.]
I'm hysterical? [Anthony.]
I've been cleaning since eight this morning, but I'm who's hysterical.
- [Isa.]
I'm sorry.
- [Anthony.]
All I'm saying is Mom's back.
- When? - A few hours ago.
Ah, but what happened? - She left a mess, and Dad got upset.
- Oh.
They're fighting because the concerts Mom did went pretty well, and they asked her to do others.
What about Dad? He's upset, but, of course, he won't admit it.
I work my ass off, then you come back and you mess it up.
Since when are you so finicky? You've never been before.
- [Blue.]
What's up with you? - Nothing.
Why? You're acting weird.
I think I'm gonna take a shower.
Since I came back, you've been treating me like an idiot.
- What, now can't I take a shower? - [door opens.]
What's wrong with you? Summy, sweetheart, how are you? - [Anthony.]
Isa! Please, come back here! - [door opens.]
Isa! [sighs.]
- [water running.]
- [dramatic music playing.]
[phone vibrating.]
[button clicks.]
[buttons clicking.]
[door closes.]
How do I look? I put on my good shirt.
You look good.
How'd it go today? - Fine.
You? - Fine.
Some problems with Wanda.
She bothers me so much it's ridiculous.
So? What's the plan tonight? Tell me what we're doing.
There's a party.
It should be good.
- The guy I work with is hosting.
- Okay.
[metal clanks.]
[soft instrumental music playing.]
What happened? [sniffles.]
I can't take it anymore.
And it it's just all wrong.
What do you mean? Miguel hates me.
Why? What did he do? I had to ride two hours on the bike.
He wanted a time, an an impossible time.
It was unbearable.
Then he made me go to the gym, and kept me there the entire afternoon.
I can't feel my legs.
I [inhales deeply.]
- I'm not sure I can keep doing this.
- Of course, you can.
Well, Miguel says I can't.
But he says it to motivate you.
Last year, I really felt that that what I did was good enough for him, that he had faith in me.
Why do I have to be humiliated while you break for the whole afternoon and do whatever you want? Yeah, maybe you're right.
Miguel is an asshole.
But it's easier for me to think he isn't.
I mean, after everything my dad put me through He made me feel wrong, made sure I felt inadequate.
And it looks like Miguel is like him.
Except he's smarter.
He knows that if he behaved with me like he does with you, I'd probably fall apart.
You won't though.
You never fall apart.
- [clicks tongue.]
- Hm.
[sniffling, sighs.]
I'm sorry about all this chaos.
I'm pretty sure we can clean it up.
["Sweet Disposition" by Temper Trap playing.]
I missed you, Ale.
I missed you.
A moment, a love, a dream, a laugh ♪ Just stay there ♪ This must be it.
Yeah, lovely.
Guys, let's go.
Come on.
You're slow.
Come on.
Are you still waiting for a message from the MILF? She's not gonna text you tonight.
We fucked like we were pros.
Never been like that before.
Before for you, or before for her? - [chuckles.]
- She seemed pretty satisfied too, I think.
Did you ask her what sign she is? [Dario.]
Sofi, enough with the zodiac.
I talked to her for like a half hour.
- [Sofi.]
It's important.
- Hey.
- It's me.
- Yeah, sorry.
I was lost in thought.
Summy, hey.
Where is he? - Who? - Who do you think? Oh, Jonas.
Uh, no idea, sorry.
By the way, thank you.
- For what? - For inviting me tonight.
- [chuckles.]
Of course.
- Hey, hi.
- You must be Summer's friends.
- Right there.
Oh, good, good.
I didn't have to tell her twice to bring who you want.
[Edo laughs.]
- How's my hair? Anything in my teeth? - No.
- The boyfriend.
- No.
- No, it's me.
- [Jonas.]
- [Jonas.]
Nice to meet you.
- [Edo.]
- And? Dario.
And you are - Dario.
I know this.
So - Sofia.
- fia? - Good, good.
- [Sofia.]
Hey! How was it today? Great, seems like it was great.
What's that? [Jonas.]
Uh just a work thing.
We, on the other hand, we've already met, right? Right, right.
We were at Paradise Beach.
Right, of course, how are you? - Pretty good.
- Great.
Guys, uh, shall we try this wine? I didn't bring it for show.
- We produce it ourselves, here.
- All on your own, huh? That's right.
I don't exactly produce it myself.
There are people who stay here the whole year-round, like - Ludo! Her.
- Hi.
- The great owner, together with Rebecca.
- Hi.
And they sell pretty much everything they manage to produce, wine, - Wine.
- oil, spices [chuckles.]
- There you go.
- I haven't been here long.
- How long do you think you'll stay put? - Hmm Well, I dunno.
Through the summer, but then who knows.
I like to get to know different places.
Different folks.
Well, now you've gotten to know us.
As a matter of fact, I think, uh maybe I'll stick around.
- Yeah.
- Good.
- But, enough about the future.
- Yeah.
It depresses me.
Hey, guys.
- [Dario.]
A toast.
- A toast.
- Cheers.
- Cheers.
- [Jonas.]
To you.
- [Edo.]
To us.
- [Edo.]
To us.
- Cheers.
Tell me what you think.
- Well, it's nice.
- Nice? - [Jonas.]
That's good.
- Yes.
So, you work with Summy? Yes, I mean, she works with me.
I don't know what stories she tells.
Is everything okay? No, not really.
You talk to him? Summy and I are also planning a trip, right? [Summy.]
That's right.
- Where where are you going? - Well, Paris.
No, I didn't talk to him.
We applied for a scholarship together, and if we get it - [Jonas.]
- [Edo.]
Knock on wood.
Knock on wood.
["Crudele" playing.]
I know I've been insensitive ♪ Cruel definitely useless ♪ Hey, Summy.
Come over.
["Young Fall" by John Canoe playing.]
I see it’s a young fall ♪ When we may never grow old ♪ I see it’s a young fall ♪ My childish need to hold on ♪ Listen to me I know quite a few ♪ That know a guy that told a friend You went out with a fool ♪ I hear all the young folks Whispering more ♪ - I got others if you want.
- Oh, sorry.
Stay, stay, stay.
No problem.
What do you think? - Wait, these are all yours? - Yeah, it's a method for me to remember all the things I see.
They're still made this way? I had no idea.
- [laughs.]
- I dunno, it feels a little outdated.
Well, yeah, it's definitely outdated, but it's possible.
All you really need, a bit of patience.
You put them here and let them dry.
Last year, I went for a month and a half to Punjab, in the north of India.
This place, my goodness.
- You were there for a month and a half? - Yeah.
I met so many locals.
Look at this baby, just marvelous.
I just waited and shot pictures, of course.
How did you start though? Like, how is it done? It's done Where did I put it? Here it is.
There you are.
Yes, this little guy.
I haven't used it in a while.
You can hold on to that.
For real? Yeah, look.
This was missing.
Voila! - What is it? [laughs.]
- This is a film roll.
You put it there, but in the meantime, wait, wait.
Look at me.
- Like that? - Yes, go.
["On the One" playing.]
- [Dario.]
Summy! - Yes? Edo's been looking for you for awhile.
What are you doing? - Am I interrupting? - No, no.
Don't worry.
May I? Yeah.
You smoke? Help yourself then.
Just one drag.
Can I ask you a question? Yeah, of course.
Do you think Ale is happy? Yes, or I think so.
You know, I'm not really sure.
He's my best friend.
I'd do anything for him, but since he left, it's a lot harder to know what he's thinking.
Sometimes, I worry about him.
In what way? He may be deluding himself.
I mean, from the outside, he seems so self-assured.
Totally perfect.
And he's done it.
He has all he's ever wanted, the bikes, the races, all that Or maybe it's not that.
I could be jealous.
I think he's over there having it all, ya know.
He's living the dream, doing what he wants to do.
And I'm stuck here instead.
I still gotta figure out what the fuck I want to do when I grow up.
["Solo Te" by Ariete playing.]
Come on.
- [groans.]
Let's go find the others.
- I'll be right there.
You say you're scared ♪ And you don't know How long this can last ♪ Being young sucks ♪ And it hurts not being able to decide ♪ Being young is no good for me Is no good for me ♪ For me as I only love you Only you, only you ♪ For me as I only love you ♪ [dings.]
Only you, only you ♪ For me as I only love you SUM: I'M OK, YOU? EVERYTHING OK? Hang out with good people Say your parents ♪ Who are the first to make mistakes ♪ ALE: I THINK SEEING EACH OTHER WAS A MISTAKE BETTER WE DON'T TALK FOR A BI Being young sucks ♪ And not being able to answer hurts ♪ Being young is no good for me Is no good for you ♪ For me as I only love you Only you, only you ♪ ALE: GLAD YOU SAID IT, I AGREE ALE: WE MADE A MISTAKE Close the door ♪ Turn on another one It doesn't really matter ♪ Our love is like a weapon And that's all that matters ♪ It sucks being young ♪ And it really hurts Not being able to decide ♪ Being young is no good for us No good for me ♪ For me as I only love you Only you only you ♪ For me as I only love you Only you, only you ♪ For me as I only love you And only you and only you ♪ For me as I only love you ♪ Where were you? I got away for a second.
- [chuckles.]
- I'm glad you returned.
♪Only you ♪ For me as I only love you ♪ For me as I only love you ♪ [upbeat instrumental music playing.]
[electronic music playing.]

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