Terzi (2023) s01e05 Episode Script

Episode 5

[horse whinnies]
This horse that's about to give birth
is my most precious and valued, Peyami.
And the filly will belong to Dimitri.
[horse grunting]
[melancholic music playing]
I'll wait over there.
Now, don't you be silly.
This horse is yours.
It's important to watch
the birth of your horse.
[horse breathing heavily]
I don't want to see this, Father!
[horse groans loudly]
[groaning continues]
[music fades out]
[distant horse whinnies]
- Is it born yet?
- She is.
Don't be upset that you couldn't look.
The first time I saw
it back home, I was scared.
Man, I wasn't scared.
It made me sick, that's all.
I thought it was disgusting.
Well, now you have to see it.
[heartfelt guitar ballad playing]
Wow, that really is a beautiful thing,
isn't it, Peyami?
- So, what are you gonna call her?
- Hmm
That's up to you, Peyami, not Dimitri.
Cowards don't ever get a thing.
This filly is yours.
[music stop]
[melancholic violin music playing]
[music stops]
[Ari] What do you think?
How do you like the ranch, Peyami?
I talked to your grandpa.
After your horse grows a little,
he'll have it sent to Kars.
[melancholic piano music playing]
[music stops]
Master Ari! Excuse me.
Earlier, I went to get the vet,
and when I came back, it was gone!
I can't find it, I looked everywhere, sir!
And without its mother, where
would a newborn filly go?!
[dramatic music playing]
[melancholic music playing]
The Tailor
[music fades out]
You're her.
[slow, dramatic music playing]
Why did you?
Why did you come here?
Why did you do this?
[shudders faintly]
Because I had to.
well, I could never marry him.
I had no idea where else to run.
I swear to you, I had no other choice.
No other choice?
Do you hear what you're saying right now?
Don't get mad at her, don't get mad.
you have every right
to get angry with me, but
[Peyami] This is not happening.
I mean, this is too much!
- This cannot be happening!
- Mister Peyami.
- Please! I can explain, listen to me!
- Explain what, damn it?!
Explain how you've caused a mess here?!
[dramatic music intensifies]
How could you have done this?!
Do you know what would happen
if he found out you were here?
[Esvet] Yes, I know!
Okay, but I still couldn't
stay with him there!
If you had any clue
what he was doing to me!
I was just terrified, so I
So you thought that you would just
hide in Dimiti's best friend's house?!
I'll explain everything.
- I can explain everything, I will.
- [Peyami sighs deeply]
Please, I can explain,
just let me explain, sir, please.
- [Özden] Mister Peyami?
- What?!
[music stops abruptly]
Dimitri is here.
I brought him to the living room.
He's waiting for you.
[slow, dramatic music playing]
Leave us. I'll be down soon.
[door closes]
[in wavering voice]
Will you tell him, then?
Are you going to hand me over?
- [doorbell rings]
- [whistles]
[music fades out]
- Miss Suzan?
- Good morning, Asiye.
- Peyami's in his office?
- I'm not sure, probably.
[door closes]
Özden, where is Peyami?
[haunting music playing]
Peyami, I have something
very important to tell you.
- This is really not a good time.
- You need to hear this!
That caretaker, Firuze,
it turns out the agency didn't send her,
can you believe it?
I know you're mad at me
for not checking her out, but I
- Not right now. Not right now.
- [music fades out]
Peyami, are you hearing what I'm saying?
Look, I'm telling you,
she's been tricking us!
Well I'm telling you, not now!
Why won't you stop it?
Why can't I stop it? So I should just
shut up and let her fool you?
- Is that what you really want?
- [sighing]
[Dimitri] Who's the girl
that's fooling Peyami?
[slow, dramatic music playing]
Papa is angry.
Mustafa's fault, it is.
You can't leave, Firuze.
You can't, Firuze.
- You can't leave us.
- [Dimitri] Suzi?
[gasps faintly]
- Ahh, it's a secret, huh?
- [music fades out]
And such a big secret you can't tell me?
Does our little Peyami
have the hots for someone?
Peyami Dokumacı finally remembered
he has a heart, huh?
[chuckling] On tonight's news!
No, don't be silly.
Ah, but that's just it, man.
Love makes us behave like idiots, huh?
Wait a minute, look at me.
Look at me.
There's more to it.
Suzi said she was tricking you.
Wait, I'll take a stab at it.
Ah, the girl lied to you about who she is
and she's trying to seduce you.
Is that right, Suzi? Huh?
Hey, man, look,
are you in love with this girl? Huh?
- Are you? Peyami!
- [sighs] Don't be ridiculous.
Seriously, man, I'm not.
It's just this girl that we hired
to help out in the workshop.
That's all, really.
That's how this guy is, you know?
Well, well, well.
Would you look at that face?
Look how upset he got. [chuckling]
It happens to the best of us.
I won't say another word.
That's it, I'm not listening,
go ahead, talk.
La la la la la
La la la la la la ♪
- Hey, knock it off, knock it off.
- [chuckling]
It's about our work. All right?
Besides, we have to go, we'll be late.
[groaning] You're so dull.
I thought after all these years,
you were finally in love. [chuckling]
- I guess it's better than being tricked!
- [Sülün] Dimitri, sweetheart.
Aunt Sülün, hey!
Good morning.
What woman is always this gorgeous?
And consistently classy.
It looks like you're in a good mood today.
Well, I am. Or at least I am trying to be.
Your grandson and I are having
a meeting for our new store wi
[slow, dramatic music playing]
[chuckles faintly]
What is this doing over here?
What is that, Dimitri?
It's Esvet's.
[tense music playing]
How did this end up here, Peyami?
The dress.
I brought her wedding dress here.
It must've gotten stuck to it
that day when she tried it on.
And when I took it upstairs,
It must've fallen off.
[chuckles faintly]
So then it's just been on the floor there?
All this time and nobody here noticed it?
What else could've happened to it?
[dramatic music playing]
What's interesting?
Didn't you have it in one
of those garment bags, though, Peyami?
[chuckles faintly]
[Dimitri] Huh?
So it fell out of the bag?
You got me.
While I was totally blindfolded,
I somehow saw her bracelet
and freakin' took it.
And after all that,
I just left it on the floor.
[dramatic music intensifies]
[both chuckling]
- [music stops abruptly]
- [Dimitri mimics gunfire and chuckles]
Her wedding dress is over here?
[melancholic music playing]
Don't go, Firuze, please.
- Mustafa. I'm not leaving you, all right?
- Don't go. All right.
- Wait here quietly, okay? Shhh.
- Okay.
My fiancée's beautiful wedding dress.
I think we should have a look.
Let's go, come on.
Right now?
No, tonight. Yes, of course now, let's go!
Dimitri, David's waiting.
We canceled on him yesterday for you.
- Let's go.
- David can wait.
Five minutes, it's okay!
Dimitri, calm down!
- Papa!
- Shhhh.
Don't go in there.
Man, I know why
you're trying to stop me, yeah.
I know everything, okay?
But don't worry.
I'm not gonna freak out about it.
[door opens]
Why's it on the floor?
Well, I was working on it
when you showed up.
It must have fallen off the table.
[Dimitri] Peyami,
even though we can't find the owner,
man, this dress is still
the most precious in the world.
[Peyami] You're right.
I don't know how it could have happened.
[Dimitri] Our wedding day
was just around the corner.
Esvet was so close to wearing this.
My parents are losing it.
But can I tell you why I'm not?
It's 'cause I know
that wedding will happen.
I truly believe it.
And I know that I'm not the only one.
You're still working on her dress,
so you believe it, too, right?
Of course.
This wedding's happening, man.
Esvet will wear this dress.
And just before I say "I do" to her,
I'll look at you, Peyami.
At you and no one else.
At the best man.
My blood brother.
[Dimitri exhales deeply]
[music fades out]
- Come on, man. We should get going.
- [cell phone ringing]
- Come on.
- Ah.
It's the ranch calling.
I guess your guy's already there.
- The ranch?
- Uh-huh.
I thought it would be a nice way
to make it up to him.
Since we bailed yesterday.
Hm. Is that right?
Well, he's he's waiting, we should go.
Yeah, all right, we'll go.
[in Greek] Hello?
Yeah, we're on our way.
He protected me.
[door closes]
[birds cawing]
[Dimitri] Peyami?
Come on, man, let's go!
- Here you are, sir.
- Thanks.
You go back to the store.
We'll talk about the other thing
when I return.
Yadigar, give Suzi a ride,
I'll ride with Dimitri.
Yes, sir.
[car engine starts]
Ma'am, are we not leaving yet?
[slow, dramatic music playing]
Playing, all day, on a boat, on a boat.
- [music fades out]
We'll play, Mustafa,
that's right. Come on.
Mustafa will be the captain of the boat.
- He can sail to the sea.
- Miss Firuze.
Hello there.
Hey, did you see our boat over there?
Look, there is the boat, look.
Can I have a word with you, please?
[slow, dramatic music playing]
- [Mustafa mumbling]
- Of course. What is this about?
Captain Mustafa
will get on the boat and sail away.
[music fades out]
Yes, what is it?
Who are you really?
Excuse me?
I know the agency wasn't who sent you.
What I don't know is how you knew
we needed someone, and who told you.
[slow, dramatic music playing]
- Well, I
- Just what are you doing?
Why did you come here?
And even more important,
what are you after?
Well, I'm not after anything, but
- I just, had
- You just had?
[door opens]
[Sülün] Miss Suzan?
Madam Sülün, hello.
I thought you had left
with Peyami already.
No, uh, he left with Dimitri
to the meeting at the ranch.
And you?
Firuze had some important documents
to sign for her job here,
so I came to remind her about it.
Obviously, we have
to keep everything legit.
[Sülün] Oh, really?
Well, are you finished yet?
Oh yes, I am, I was just leaving.
If you'll excuse me.
Please get those documents ready, okay?
And I'll see you again.
Have a great day.
Go and get changed.
I have a guest coming here soon.
You take your husband to the backyard now.
Yes, ma'am.
[melancholic music playing]
[music fades out]
Look at my beautiful boat. [chuckling]
Hey! Captain Mustafa!
- Wait, we can't go over there.
- Mustafa wants to sail it on the sea.
Hey, you can't.
- I can't do it? Okay, all right.
- No.
Hey, look.
A big boat, it's on the sea!
The boat, look, it's there!
I want to sail this boat over there.
- I want to sail
- Oh, but we can't. The sea is far away.
- [Mustafa] Is it far?
- Yes, and we're not allowed to go there.
- But come on, we'll go down here.
- It's far.
The boat is far away.
We're not allowed to go there.
I can go to the sea, Papa
Papa promised that I could go to it.
But Papa is not here now.
He says Mustafa can visit
the sea over there.
- Papa's not here.
- [melancholic music playing]
Do you miss your Papa a lot?
Papa loves Mustafa, but
uh, but, he's not here, he's gone.
You know, my father is also gone.
[music fades out]
Well, my real father.
He's gone?
Yes, he is.
He was gone even before we could meet.
And my mother.
[contemplative piano music playing]
My bracelet.
[man] Thank you so much
for the warm welcome, Madam Sülün.
[Sülün] Our door is always open
for anyone who comes from our hometown.
So, tell me, friend, what troubles you?
[man] Adnan is planning to build
a huge facility in our hometown.
[in Greek] Damn it! Damn it!
[breathing rapidly]
[gasps faintly]
Where did I put it?
[music fades out]
I missed it here.
Last time I was here, Esvet came.
[slow, dramatic music playing]
She used to love this place.
In fact, it was the only place
she would smile.
[chuckles] Ah.
Now we have to deal
with fucking David. Look at him.
Wannabe English lord.
Even Prince Philip
didn't dress like that. [snickers]
Hello, guys!
[chuckling] Here we go, man.
Hello, David! How you doin'?
- It's been ages!
- [melancholic music playing]
- [David] I'm doing as well as can be.
- [Dimitri] You look good.
[David] Well, you look
gorgeous too, my friend.
[chuckling] It's been a while.
[Dimitri] Peyami!
Look who's here!
- [David] Hello, Peyami.
- David.
- How are you? [sighing]
- Fine. Nice to see you again.
Nice to see you.
- By the way, we're sorry about yesterday.
- Yeah.
Hope it didn't cause you a problem
on your schedule.
One more day in Istanbul.
It won't be a problem.
[chuckling] Great!
- Let's go, come on! Let's go!
- Yup.
Shall we?
[David] So, Dimitri.
[David] I think you're going to love this.
- Really?
- [David] Absolutely.
Have a look here.
See what I've done with the first floor.
Yes, I can't wait. [clears throat]
[tapping on keyboard]
[David] Here.
I've tried to reflect
your design's esthetics. Marvelous, no?
It's brilliant.
This is great.
Uh, just a little different
than I imagined.
[David] Hmm.
How so?
I think, um the store should suit
New York's atmosphere.
- Yes, of course.
- [Dimitri] You know? Um
- It should be more dynamic, more young.
- [tense music playing]
Like you.
[David and Dimitri chuckles]
And when I find her,
I'll remind her who I am.
[music fades out]
[David] Absolutely.
Well, um let's, uh,
see what we can do then.
We have time.
[David] I guess we do.
Oh, don't cry, don't be sad. Don't
- Here. Put this Look.
- [sorrowful music playing]
Put this on, yes.
See? That, yeah, it looks very pretty.
Aww, aww.
Don't be so sad, please.
Firu should not be sad.
Sa [grunts]
[music fades out]
[Dimitri scoffs]
Dude, why are you so distracted? Huh?
I explained to you,
I'm worried about that thing at the shop.
Peyami, you know what your problem is?
You're a a perfectionist.
You get me?
If you would just learn to, like,
relax, you know, go with things
- Hm.
- your life would be so much easier.
[sighing] You mean like you do?
I mean, why not? [chuckling]
[David] Horses are such beautiful
creatures, aren't they, Dimitri?
[Dimitri] Yes, exactly.
They've got big, huge personalities.
You wanna ride?
[David] Uh, no.
They are beautiful but also unpredictable.
You are wrong, David.
They are beautiful
because they are unpredictable.
[David chuckles]
Like women. [chuckling]
[David] Hmm.
Just like women.
It's okay, girl, you're fine.
That's right, easy. Easy.
That's right, girl.
Approaching something this
noble requires patience.
[solemn music playing]
She'll do her best to run away.
Because it's in her nature.
However, something that's in our nature
is the ability to tame her, right?
Isn't that right, girl? Huh?
[Dimitri kisses loudly and chuckles]
And if you could manage
to tame a beauty like this,
you would know that she'd
end up staying with you eternally.
And that she was yours.
[pats horse]
She looks just like her mother,
doesn't she?
Do you remember?
Theodora's offspring.
Although this was her second.
Anyway, her first wasn't this gorgeous.
- [snorting]
- [chuckling]
[music fades out]
Wow, breaking out the black book, huh?
I'm finally showing it to Peyami.
- [Sema] Hello there, welcome, sir.
- [Peyami] Thank you, Sema.
- [Murat] Welcome, Peyami.
- [Zuhal] Good morning.
[dramatic music playing]
[music fades out]
[Peyami breathes rapidly]
Peyami, are you okay?
Please, can you just explain
to me what's going on?
How come you kept that girl on?
And you weren't even surprised about it.
[slow, dramatic music playing]
You already knew about it!
I had just found out.
Who is that girl, Peyami?
How did she hear about it and find you?
None of that matters, Suzi.
What are you talking about?
You were the one drilling me constantly
because no one could hear
or know about it.
I'll deal with it. But I want
you to forget all about this.
I don't understand you! Forget about what
and why? Jeez, Peyami! What's going on?!
Are you gonna do what I told
you to do or keep asking questions?!
Just let me work.
[fabric thuds loudly]
[breathing rapidly]
[haunting music playing]
[scissors clatter]
[music fades out]
[sorrowful, vintage music playing]
[music continues]
[woman singing in foreign language]
[ears ringing and distortion]
[breathing rapidly]
[men singing in foreign language]
Pardon me, Grandpa.
[Grandfather] What is it, my boy?
[young Peyami]
You always tell me to do the right thing.
But how I am supposed to know
what's right or not?
You'll ask yourself here.
Whenever you're unsure
of the answer, just ask your heart.
If you can feel the answer,
deep down in your chest,
then you can be sure
that it's the right thing.
[woman singing]
[melancholic music playing]
[Nini] Here you go, sir.
- Thank you very much.
- Sure, enjoy.
[music fades out]
Welcome, Mr. Dimitri.
Would you like some coffee, sir?
[in Greek] Thank you, Nini.
[in Greek] Good evening, lovely family.
[in Greek] Welcome, son.
We've been waiting for you.
Really, I didn't think
you loved me all that much.
Just don't make it a regular thing
or I could get spoiled and expect it.
[Dimitri chuckles]
All right. Dimitri's here,
so you can tell us now, Ari.
Father's been waiting for me
just to tell us all something?
Well, that's even more shocking.
Please, I apologize, go on.
[inhales deeply]
I've come to a decision
that affects everyone here.
Faruk, if he should agree to it,
is who I want as the company's
Director of Purchasing moving forward.
- [Irini] What? [breathing fast]
- [slow, tense music playing]
This This is wonderful news! We really
appreciate this, brother-in-law!
[Ari] Well, Faruk, anything to say?
I Well, Ari, sir,
I don't know what to say.
Well, I've got something to say.
What is this about? Huh?
Esvet's gone and the wedding can't
happen yet. So what's with the gift?
I don't think anyone has any doubts
that Esvet will show up,
and the wedding
will take place eventually.
Am I wrong, Faruk?
No, of course.
Of course, brother-in-law.
Esvet is going to return to us.
- [Ari] Also
- [scoffs]
- this is not a gift, Dimitri.
- [sighs deeply]
For that position,
I need someone I can trust,
a man who won't tell me lies,
an honest man, like Faruk.
You trust him?
Well, if I can't trust this man,
my in-law, who can I trust, right, Faruk?
[Faruk] Yes. Of course.
Well then, congratulations are in order.
Thank you, sir.
What are you trying to pull off now, huh?
[music fades out]
[distant dog barking]
[electric gate opening]
- [car door shuts]
- Peyami, sir?
[car backing up]
Thank you for not telling him
that I've been hiding here.
I know that I've put you
in a terrible situation.
- But believe me
- Do you have any idea?
He's my best friend, you know, Esvet.
I'm the person he comes to.
And he tells me that he loves you
and he'll die if he can't find you.
But you, you want me to hide you from him.
As much as he's hurting
I'll be the one who gets hurt
if you don't hide me.
If you guys are as close
as you say you are,
then you know what he might do to me.
And I think you do know.
Or you would have handed me over today,
not kept me hidden.
You can't even begin to imagine the things
that I've been through over there.
Okay, but why here?
Why me?
'Cause there wasn't anywhere
else I could think of to go.
[heartfelt guitar ballad playing]
And yes, technically, they are my parents,
however, as far as a family who would
keep me protected, they're not.
[clears throat]
I'm sorry.
I am, but I really can't
keep you here anymore.
You have to leave.
[music stops]
Okay, I hear you.
You can't keep me here,
and I won't try to stay, but,
please give me some time
to figure out what I'm gonna do, okay?
- That's not necessary.
- [sorrowful music playing]
I already arranged it all.
I'm sending you to London.
To London, what?
Yes. Because you're right.
I know what he'll do.
And he might be my friend,
and I accept him as a person,
and all that,
but that doesn't mean
that I'd go along with any of his evil.
I will have to betray his trust.
And you will go to London.
This is gonna have to stay between us.
No wait, that's too far.
Sir, I really can't do that.
It's not possible.
[in wavering voice] I don't know anything
about it. I don't even speak the language.
I can't live so far away alone.
I can't, Peyami, sir, I can't live there.
- I can't!
- Shhhh.
[slow, tense music playing]
Don't worry.
I'll I'll personally
take you to someone I trust.
That was all I could work out for now.
[melancholic music playing]
We'll get you a visa
and a passport first thing.
And then we'll get you out of here.
Peyami, wait.
Would you, uh?
Would you finish the dress before I go?
[music transitions to slow, tense music]
[cane tapping on floor]
[suspenseful music playing]
[Dimitri] What is this doing over here?
[Sülün] What's that, Dimitri?
It's Esvet's.
[music fades out]
[exhales deeply]
[chuckles faintly]
Mustafa gave me this.
I lost my bracelet, so,
he gave me this to cheer me up.
Yeah, Dimitri has it.
He found it on the stairs this morning.
But don't worry,
he didn't suspect anything.
I said I think it stuck to the dress,
and when it got here it probably fell off.
No it's not that.
It's all I had left
from my biological mother.
[solemn piano music playing]
Turn around, please.
You were blindfolded at that fitting.
How'd you know it was me?
It wasn't you.
It was the dress.
And the way you wore it.
So, when do you think
that the dress will be ready?
[music intensifies]
Well, it still needs work.
[music fades out]
But let's call it a day.
And we'll finish up later.
It's beautiful.
You'll be happier when it's done.
[scoffs] When it's done.
[sorrowful music playing]
I don't know about that.
[music intensifies]
[music fades out]
[sorrowful music resumes playing]
[music fades out]
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