How do you pronounce it, then?
That's what I thought.
Right, Paulot?
You did say Renard?

It's not Renard. It's Reinhard.
Type it all over again!
No, don't. Let me sit down.
I'll do it myself.

That way I'll know
it's done right for once.

Make yourself useful.
Get us some coffee.

I swear!
Paulot, a customer.
I'm looking for an apartment.
Step this way.
I'll see what I can do.

Sit down.
- Just what are you looking for?
- A place that's all mine.

I'm sick of crashing at friends' places,
and hotels are depressing.

- You have to be more precise.
- In what way?

- What part of town?
- I don't know Paris.

Soissons Real Estate.
I don't care,
as long as it's near the center.

- Furnished or not?
- Unfurnished.

How big?
I don't know.
Depends on what you've got.

And how much
are you looking to pay?

Not too much.
As cheap as possible.

- Still, I'd like something nice.
- You have some financial guarantees?

I'm an actress.
I can earn 200 francs a night.

I see. That's wonderful!
I don't get top billing yet,
but that'll come.

I only have one scene,
but I give the name of the play:

Tea or Chocolate.
Have you seen it?

Tea or Chocolate? No.
I've gota ticket with me.
Gertrude Soissons Real Estate.
11:30! I have an audition.
Anything more you need to know?

No, that's all for now.
Well, good-bye.