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1:06:01
Avenue Jean Jaur├Ęs.
It's easy to find.

1:06:05
What time suits you?
1:06:06
Luckily,
I'm not shooting tomorrow.

1:06:09
In the afternoon, around four?
1:06:13
Four it is. Perfect.
1:06:23
My dear Brissot,
1:06:27
our friend Anne
has a question for you.

1:06:32
How kind of you
to speak to me, old chap.

1:06:35
It's clear you're leaving soon.
1:06:38
You're very bitter
although I've been decent with you.

1:06:42
Decent!
I've made 15 propositions

1:06:45
with not one voted.
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I don't know
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if you'll be succeeding
our friend Montesquiou,

1:06:52
I'm certainly
not keen on the idea,

1:06:55
but I would like you
to take a closer interest in us.

1:06:59
In that case, I'd like to know
1:07:02
if you're behind that leaflet
about my family

1:07:04
that has been doing
the rounds lately.

1:07:08
I've seen the thing.
1:07:09
I promise
it's nothing to do with us.

1:07:12
I find such tactics
despicable and unfair.

1:07:15
I'd like you to see
that you're one of us.

1:07:18
We're on the same side,
we share the same interests.

1:07:22
Excuse me,
I've heard all this before.

1:07:25
Like it or not,
we're on the same side,

1:07:27
just shades apart on the spectrum.
1:07:30
It's nothing to do with you?
1:07:32
I give you my word!
Neither me, nor my friends.

1:07:37
We respect your family too much,
1:07:39
including a member
whom you tend to ignore.

1:07:44
Thank you for that information.
1:07:47
Sorry to have bothered you.
1:07:51
We'll work together, you'll see.
1:07:58
- Friendly, isn't he?
- The start of a great friendship.


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