Intouchables

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The boy looks like you
The boy looks like you.
– Adama? – Yes
– Adama?
– Yes.
I saw him earlier
I saw him earlier.
I think if I had crossed him in the street,
I think if I had crossed
him in the street,
I could have told he was your brother
I could have told he
was your brother.
That's weird
That's weird.
Why?
Why?
Because he's not my brother
Because he's not my brother.
Really?
Really?
It's complicated
It's complicated.
Is he your brother or not?
Is he your brother or not?
Ok. I get it
Ok. I get it.
Let's go
Let's go.
My parents…
My parents…
they're not really my parents
they're not really my parents.
They're my uncle and my aunt
They're my uncle and my aunt.
They came to get me in Senegal when I was 8
They came to get me in
Senegal when I was 8.
They couldn't have children, so they went to see a brother who had a load of them
They couldn't have children, so they went
to see a brother who had a load of them.
They took the elder
They took the elder.
Me
Me.
I was called Bakary
I was called Bakary.
That's my real name
That's my real name.
But there were several Bakarys in the neighbourhood so they called me Idriss…
But there were several Bakarys in the
neighbourhood so they called me Idriss…
somehow it turned into Driss
somehow it turned into Driss.
Then what?
Then what?
Then out of nowhere my mother… I mean my aunt…
Then out of nowhere my mother…
I mean my aunt…
she got pregnant twice
she got pregnant twice.
Then my uncle died
Then my uncle died.
And then there were other guys, other children
And then there were other
guys, other children.
I told you it's complicated
I told you it's complicated.
About Adama. Don't you think he needs a light admonition?
About Adama. Don't you think
he needs a light admonition?
He came to get you, didn't he?
He came to get you, didn't he?
Driss
Driss.
I think it's the end of the road
I think it's the
end of the road.
You weren't going to push a disabled's chair your whole life anyway
You weren't going to push a disabled's
chair your whole life anyway.
And since you worked well, you'll get unemployment again
And since you worked well,
you'll get unemployment again.
Enough
Enough.
Let's go
Let's go.
Come on
Come on.
Yeah
Yeah.
Vassary Bakary. Bakary Vassary
Vassary Bakary. Bakary Vassary.
It's beautiful
It's beautiful.
Very poetic
Very poetic.
It has an alliteration
It has an alliteration.
– Do you know what an alliteration is? – No
– Do you know what an alliteration is?
– No.
– Good morning. – Good morning, Bastien. Thank you
– Good morning.
– Good morning, Bastien. Thank you.
Oh we're having a brunch tomorrow. Could you bring something more…
Oh we're having a brunch tomorrow.
Could you bring something more…
Of course
Of course.
– Goodbye Yvonne. – You didn't forget my little treats, did you?
– Goodbye Yvonne.
– You didn't forget my little treats, did you?
No
No.
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