Walk On Water

He's always expected us
to join the family business.

But then Pia left, and I just told them I'd
rather do something useful with my life.

Tell more about your family?
Well, there's not so much to tell.
It's only my parents and Pia.

- No grandparents?
- No.

They died a long time ago.
- Do you have any?
- What, grandparents?

No. Actually even my mother
died a few years ago. And my father.

- Well, he died when I was in high school.
- I see.

- Do you have children?
- No. And I'm not going to have any.

- Why not? - Forget it. You might have
to hear my pessimistic view of the world.

Hi Pia...
No, we are already
in the North. Why?

I see. Do you want
to talk to him?

Okay. Okay, bye.
They had a bomb in Haifa.

- Very close to where we passed.
- What happened?

Another of those fucking terrorists
exploded. Four people died.

Shit, that's terrible.
Did you ever think why these
people are doing this? I mean...

how desperate they must be
to go there and kill themselves?

What's to think? They're enemies.
There is a lot to think.
They have mothers and children.

So why do they come and kill
innocent mothers and children here?

There's nothing to think about.
He says his grandfather is dead. I'm
stuck with this pseudo liberal who

talks about suicide bombers' motives.
I almost punched him. - Calm down.

What did he say about
his grandfather?

- He doesn't have one.
- Find out more.

Maybe he doesn't know. Maybe...
Maybe he thinks he's Dolly
the clone-sheep and never had one.

Stop acting like a child.
Maybe you do need a therapist.