BorgmanDVD - 2014 | Dutch; Flemish
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That bear was lovingly put together by human hands. Maybe even by children's hands.
Children who haven't a life as good as yours. Children who can't go to school, or to a doctor when they are ill. That bear was brought to this country in a plane or on a boat.
And then it went in a van to the city, to the toy shop. That bear has traveled an enormous distance. One day I was looking for a present for you and I saw this bear in the shop window. ...
There is something that surrounds us. Something that is outside us, but slips in now and then. A warmth... a pleasant warmth that intoxicates, but also confuses. The shell of something that means harm. At least that's what I think. I'm not sure.
Who could do such a thing? My husband is all kindness.
I walked straight into the trap, like a toddler.
You are Richard's wife. Richard is my superior. He is my boss. Seriously. Never mess around with the boss's wife.
I've had it removed.
Yes. I feel a lot better.
The children are overtired.
-Overtired? Because of what?
Because of the modern world. Don't forget they have a lot to cope with these days: TV, internet, school. In the holidays the child's body will give up.
-But all three overtired at the same time... that's very strange.
Maybe there's something else?
Tensions in the family?
-There's nothing like that in our family.
The lake was perhaps not very large but it was known to be very deep. Maybe as deep as a block of flats is tall. And everybody knew that there was something alive in it. A beast. A large beast with scales... and a beak with five hundred small sharp teeth. And that beast guarded the golden key to happiness.
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