A Perfect Story (2023): Season 1, Episode 5 - La decisión - full transcript

The sisters share secrets and future plans. After travelling to Àvila, Margot and David open the door to new possibilities - or do they shut it for good?

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[heavy breathing]

[both panting]

- You good?
- Okay.

[both chuckle]

[Margot sighs, exhales deeply]

All right.

[giggles] Boy. I...

So, uh...

- These ceilings are high, huh?
- Yeah.

- [David] Hmm.
- [energetic music playing]

A PERFECT STORY
BASED ON THE NOVELS BY ELÍSABET BENAVENT



[chimes ring]

[clippers snip]

- [toy squeaks]
- [Ada coos]

- [engine revs]
- [horn blares]

CHAPTER FIVE
THE DECISION

This can't happen again.

- [sighs]
- Well, I mean...

Right now, it can't.

But in... maybe ten to 12 minutes,
after some orange juice, I'm good to go.

[inhales sharply] No, no, no, no.

I'm serious.

I'm worried.

About?

[Margot] I'm worried... It's just...



- Is it me, or...?
- [David] No, no.

Objectively speaking... Mm.

It's pretty incredible.

Like, um...

Two pieces of a puzzle.

- Two pieces that fit.
- [Margot] Yeah. I get you.

But, like, why?

- [David] Why what?
- [Margot] Why?

- [David] Why what?
- [Margot] Why?

- Why what, huh?
- Why does it have to be so perfect?

Because...

Because, uh... for the first time,
we're not forcing anything.

- Maybe I'm still reeling from that orgasm.
- Maybe.

[softly] Wow.

- Let's see.
- Hmm?

- This yogurt is strawberry.
- [laughs] Talk to me, sad eyes.

Will you be thinking of me?

- When?
- When I'm not around.

All the time.

- But not...
- Yeah?

On Tuesdays in the morning.

- So not every day, then?
- But... Every other weekend.

- That's barely at all. [gasps]
- I can do that for sure.

[Margot sighs]

But... how about if I...

give you a little something.

- Where are you going?
- So you'll think of me too.

- [Margot] Where are you going?
- Just down here.

- Here, where? Hang on.
- Here. Just a sec.

But you... you're coming back?

- Well, maybe I'll just stay here.
- [Margot inhales sharply]

- [gasps]
- [energetic music playing]

[Margot, softly] Oh God.

[Candela] Margot?

- [front door opens]
- [gasps] Oh God.

- [David] Man, I barely even got started.
- Come here. Come here.

- I think someone's here.
- Really?

- You gotta hide. You gotta.
- Okay.

- I'll hide, okay?
- Yes.

- Yes. Hang on.
- And where should I hide?

- Where should I go?
- Hold on.

Hold on. Uh... um...
Go to the bathroom. Quick.

- The bathroom. Okay.
- [Margot] Hurry!

- Okay. The bathroom.
- Hurry.

- Where is the bathroom?
- Come with me, hurry.

This way. Right here.
This. Close the door.

- [David] In here?
- Yes.

[Candela] Margot.

- Hi, Cande. How's it going?
- [Candela] Hi.

- Good. I heard a noise. Are you all right?
- [Margot] Yes. What time is it?

- Late.
- [Margot] Ah.

How was your flight?

[Margot] Good. Good.
I'm just a little tired.

[Candela] Mm-hmm.

That's normal.

[takes a deep breath] Uh... you want dinner?

[Margot] No. I'll eat later, I think.
I'm gonna try to sleep for a while.

Yep. All right.

[loudly] You know, I think I might cook
an extra omelet, just in case.

- Cande. [clears throat]
- [Candela] Ignore me.

- What are you doing, Cande?
- Finding David.

Hmm.

[Candela] Hello.

Hello.

[Candela chuckles softly, sighs]

- [exhales] You good?
- Fine.

Just sayin' hi.

- Yep.
- [under breath] Oh my God.

'Kay. So I'm out.

I'll leave you guys to do
whatever you're doing.

And anything you need,
you guys know where to find me.

- [softly] That body.
- I might like an omelet.

Great.

- [chuckles]
- [Candela] Bye. [laughing]

- [door closes]
- [inhales sharply]

[David] So, how many square feet
is this place?

[Margot] Around 3,200.

- [David] Thirty-two hundred?
- [Margot] Yes.

[David] Fuck.

[bells tolling outside]

[Margot sighs]

And, uh... where do I rent a scooter
so I can get around this whole place?

- Ha ha ha.
- [Candela laughing]

[David] Enjoy your meal.

Thanks.

It's crazy, though.

Thirty-two hundred square feet
just for you? No?

- If only it was just me.
- [scoffs] Oh. Fine, fine.

[sighs, groans]

- All right.
- Okay.

[clock ticking]

Um...

Hmm?

[takes a deep breath] So, this weekend?

Uh, yeah?

You have plans, or...?

Getting my life in order could be one.

It's a mess.

- It's a mess.
- It is a mess. You're right. [sighs]

And what if... I come up with one?

A mess?

A plan.

I only mean as friends.

And no sex. I swear.

It's just, I would really like you to see,
um... that town I told you about.

Ávila. Just a quick trip.

Leave on Saturday, come back Sunday.

It'll take about the same amount
of time as it does to get around here.

[chuckles softly]

[softly] Come on. Outside.

[whispers] She'll hear us.

I'll take your silence as a yes?

[clicks tongue] David, we said
we wouldn't see each other for a while.

Yeah, but there's time for that.

I mean it.
And then we'll follow the rules.

- But I just...
- I already said you were coming.

- Uh?
- So you can't back out.

All right? I'll see you Saturday.

I didn't say I was coming.

- [somber piano music playing]
- [sighs]

[Margot sighs]

And you didn't say you weren't.

[Candela chuckles]

So, I think it's better
our goodbye will be gradual.

- Mm. Yeah.
- You know?

'Cause I mean, a weekend could be good.

I suppose.

Patri, I get it, okay?

You're upset
'cause I didn't answer the phone.

Not just that. You also didn't answer
the messages I wrote!

You guys go ahead.

["We Can Set It Off"
by Oxy Prophet playing]

[Patri grunts]

- Point!
- Hey.

Okay. Relax, Patri.
I was trying to enjoy my vacation.

♪ Yeah... ♪

[Patri grunts]

Point!

Nah, it's cool.
I mean, I completely understand.

Little girl's got problems,
so who cares about everyone else, right?

[Patri grunts]

Let's be clear here.
You don't have any problems.

I don't have problems?
Sure. Only you do, right?

Well, I'm not imagining mine, at least.

Right. Sure. I mean, what a drag to marry
a fucking prince from a fairy tale!

[Margot] Yeah, and how awful it is
to have the perfect marriage!

It's not a perfect marriage at all!

[Patri grunts] I don't have that!

Ow!

- I just hate him! I hate him!
- [Margot] Hey.

- Hey. What's wrong?
- [Patri] Nothing.

- [Margot] What's wrong?
- Absolutely nothing.

I just felt like if I caught him cheating,
things would be easier.

[Margot] You mean leaving?

[sighs deeply] No, no.

[quietly] No.

Saying I'm in love with someone else.

[scoffs]

But who is it?

It's Didier.

- No way. No.
- Yeah. Mm-hmm.

Didier? How come she knows?
Who is that? I don't...

Because she listens, Margot.

- Oh.
- She listens.

- Thanks.
- It's nothing. Always.

- Okay. So who is he?
- Well, he's my kids' tennis coach.

- [Margot gasps]
- [Candela] Hmm.

- He's their coach?
- Shh! [quietly] Yes.

But he's only about, what? Twenty...?

Mm-hmm. He's 25.

- Twenty-five. All right. Well, that's...
- Twenty-five.

[gasps, chuckles] Hmm.

[Candela] Girl, that face.

- And Alberto?
- [huffs]

Well, Alberto's the father of my children
and all, but I just don't feel...

- I don't know.
- [Margot] Mm.

There's nothing there anymore.

- No...
- [Candela] What are you gonna do?

- I don't know. I'm not...
- I mean, you'll have to tell him.

Well, I can't speak about this to anyone.

Because it would divide the family
on a whole other level.

- [laughs]
- I can't. No.

- [Margot laughing] Why are you laughing?
- [Patri gasps]

[Candela] Sorry. It's just that Mom...

Well, pfft. She would be...
No. No, no, no. Just forget that.

And... And anyway,
what could I have with a guy his age?

- [inhales sharply] Well, Patri, happiness?
- [Patri scoffs]

- That's the point of living.
- Uh-huh. Yeah.

- Isn't it?
- [chuckles]

Okay. Come on. [sighs]

- I'll miss you guys when I leave.
- When are you going to Sweden?

[takes a deep breath] I'm not going.

I was trying to find the right time
to tell you, but it never came up.

It's just, for a few months,
I've been talking to an NGO.

And I'm going to the Mediterranean
to work on a rescue ship.

- A rescue...?
- Uh...

- [Candela] Mm-hmm.
- But...

- [Candela] What?
- Candela, that's incredible.

- [Candela sighs]
- [Margot] It's amazing.

Yeah, it's wonderful, but,
I mean, our mother's gonna have a fit.

- She's gonna be all... [grunts]
- [both laugh]

'Cause all of this right here.

- [Candela] Aw!
- [Patri] You girls are crazy.

- [Candela] Not as crazy as you.
- [Patri] You're both terrible.

[Margot] Come on.

[indistinct chatter]

[Filippo] Ciao, dolcezza.

I'm taking you to dinner on Monday.
I love you.

[cell phone chimes]

[doorbell rings]

- [delivery man] Margot Ortiz?
- Yes, sir?

- Well, this is for you.
- Thanks.

- Could you just sign here for me?
- Sure. Um...

- [device beeps]
- [both] Thanks.

- Ah.
- Later.

[gentle music playing]

[phone vibrates]

[Margot] "The values
that were instilled in you aren't chains."

"You're free, Margot."

"You don't need anyone or anything
to make you complete."

[chuckles softly]

[clicks tongue]

- [excited chatter]
- [lively folk music playing]

[David] Well, here we are.

Here we go.

[Margot] Hey. You never said
there was a festival.

[David] Of course there is.
Now you can meet my friends.

- David, I'm not great at making friends.
- You did great with me, though.

Because I didn't act like myself then.
In general, though, I'm not good at it.

Don't stress. You're gonna love them.
They're super chill too.

[Margot] Yeah?

- [David] Hey, hey! What's up, guys?
- [friends cheer]

[David laughs]

[friend 1] Hi.

- Wait a sec. This is Margot.
- [friend 2] Oh my gosh, David.

- [friend 3] Aw!
- [friend 4] Hi.

- You are so pretty.
- Nice to meet you.

I'm Cristina.

- Nice to meet you.
- [Margot] It's nice to meet you.

[friend 5] So great.

- [Cristina] Shots?
- [David] Let's do it.

[friend 4] Come on. We'll show her around.

You need one.

- [chuckles] Here.
- Oh.

[chatting indistinctly]

[band playing lively music]

[excited chatter]

- [David] The target's over there!
- [Margot laughs]

Ah yeah!

[David] All right!

[Margot] What a prize, right?

- One more for one of these.
- [Margot] Yeah.

- Give it your best shot.
- [David] Yeah!

- That's right.
- [Margot] My prize.

Pretty girls always get the prize.
High-five.

- This is for you and the gang.
- [friends cheer]

I think you're really pretty tonight.

- I'm laughing so hard.
- Was it my funny faces?

You make a lot of funny faces, don't you?

- [announcer] All right.
- [feedback squeals]

- Good evening.
- [Cristina] Hello, hello.

- How are you?
- Really great.

- Are you having a good time?
- Yeah.

You know, David doesn't really bring
anyone home usually.

- No?
- No.

I'm gonna tell you a quick story
so you understand David a bit more.

- All right?
- Okay. All right.

- Are you ready? Yeah?
- Okay.

- All right, well... one summer...
- Yeah?

Okay. For the first time ever,

we were allowed
to go to the river by ourselves.

- Okay.
- And we were so happy.

But David suddenly says no.

He said, "No. I'm not coming. No way."

But I could tell by his face

that he was dying
to come with us down to the river.

But too scared to be there.

- He was scared?
- Yeah. So he said he wasn't coming.

And the entire summer,
he spent swimming in his aunt's pool,

which... you have no idea.

It was a horrible pool
with stinky, stagnant water.

Wait a minute. I'm getting confused.

- Here's what I'm trying to say.
- Yeah?

It's that he preferred... a pool
he didn't like to a river he hadn't seen.

You know what I'm sayin'?

[Margot] So what happened?

- What happened?
- Yeah.

- He almost drowned.
- [Margot] He what?

- [Cristina] He almost drowned.
- [Margot] The pool?

[Cristina] Yeah. Almost.

Yet, he was so terrified of the current
of the river to the point that...

It didn't matter that we could
literally feel the bottom with our feet.

- And that's David.
- [David] Hey.

Hey there!

- What's the tea, you two?
- [Cristina] Well, it's...

[both] Hmm...

- That's between us.
- [David] For you.

- [Cristina] It's for me?
- Yeah.

But I don't like lemons.

I'm gonna go. [laughs] I'm goin'.

- Have fun. Bye!
- See you.

- How's it goin'?
- Great, and you?

- I'm great.
- Was she messing with you?

No. No, she was telling a story.

[chuckles] Can you dance?

- Uh, dance...?
- The paso doble.

Oh, paso dob...
Uh, no. No, I absolutely can't.

Hmm. Well, that's even better. Come on.

Let's go.

[band playing paso doble]

- [David] It's easy.
- [Margot] All right. How's it go?

- Left leg, yeah?
- Yes?

- Back, times four.
- Four.

[both] One, two, three, and four.

[both] One, two, three, four.

- [both] Four.
- Sorry. That way.

[both] One, two, three, and four.

[David] One, two...

- I learned how to do the paso doble.
- Three. And turn. And turn.

- Even though we're here as friends...
- [Margot] Yes?

I wanna say you're gorgeous.

No, what are you saying?
We haven't been home yet. I'm a mess.

Yeah, but I don't mean all dressed up.
You're beautiful.

What is this? Are you flirting?

No, no. Fine.

I won't hold your hand anymore.
Or get close or anything. That's it.

Well, I'm glad because...

I'm glad you're not gonna hold my hand
'cause, if you did,

I might just... drag you
into that alley over there...

- And I don't want that.
- There?

- Yes.
- [David] No.

No, because... No, that bakery is Juani's.

And if we go there, I'd have to kiss you
on the wall, and that's not a good idea.

- Not a good plan.
- Not.

- Not a good plan.
- [David] Uh-uh.

[song concludes]

[crowd applauds]

[drums beating]

- [feedback squeals]
- [applause grows louder]

[sounds distort]

[crowd cheering]

[paso doble music playing]

[both panting]

- Bad, right?
- Yeah.

So bad. It's not that bad.

[paso doble music continues in distance]

[Margot moans]

- [objects clatter]
- [Margot] Whoa.

[both panting]

[both chuckle]

[Margot laughs]

[townspeople clamoring in distance]

[crickets chirping outside]

[breathing heavily]

[moans, gasps]

[both panting]

[panting echoes, fades]

[gentle music playing]

[gentle music fades]

[birds singing outside]

[rooster crows in distance]

[indistinct chatter outside]

[music playing on stereo below]

[Cristina] Laura, what's wrong with you?

- Well, my cousin saw you yesterday, girl.
- [Laura] No.

[Cristina] He saw you. Come on, spill it.

[friend 1] Tell us.

- [Margot] Good morning.
- [Laura] No, but...

- [group] Hey.
- Good morning.

[Cristina] Sleeping Beauty!
Give her a hand.

[David] How'd you sleep?

Margot, you're right on time to join us
for breakfast and some killer local ham.

- [Margot] How nice.
- We didn't want to wake you. Sit down.

[Cristina] You must've slept for ages

because we came to look for you,
and you were nowhere to be found.

But to be honest,
we couldn't see straight.

- Hmm.
- Cris, dear.

You guys were so wasted,
you couldn't have seen much.

- [Cristina] I wasn't wasted, but she was.
- [friend 2] Super wasted.

- Next time, come for longer.
- Yes. Totally.

Stay for, I don't know, a couple days.

Couldn't be here longer.

Gotta make an appearance
in Madrid before I get back to work.

- [Cristina] Oh, what do you do?
- I work at a business.

- Mm-hmm.
- Okay.

A super mysterious and secret one at that.

- [friends] Are you a spy?
- No, it's not. It's the Ortega Group.

[David clears throat]

It's just that you never asked me
for the name, you know?

- That hotel empire?
- Mm-hmm.

- Well, shit. The trip makes sense now.
- Exactly.

I gotta say,
I'm glad to know it wasn't the Mafia.

- Naturally.
- Yep, I am.

[Cristina] So, uh,
what exactly do you do there?

I'm the vice president of the company

and the head partner
in charge of guest services

and brand image.

- [friend 3] Holy shit!
- [Cristina] Never-ending job title. Whoa.

- I'm also vice president of our crew.
- [friend 4] Not the same, dude.

- [friend 5] Yeah, true.
- [Margot] Yeah.

But, um, why are you, like,
the vice president at that place, though?

Because it's a family business.

My grandfather bought
the hotel in Galicia,

and, well, little by little, he expanded,

until it grew
to the... empire it is at this point, and...

Yep. Of course
you would be an Ortega. [laughs]

Ortega Ortiz de Zarate.

[Cristina] Oh yeah. Hey!
What was the name of the one who...

[friend 3] From the magazines.

- The runaway bride.
- Margarita.

Margarita, right. Margot. Like Margarita.

- [friend 2] Can you imagine? My God.
- [group laughs]

Yeah, I, um...

I'm her. That was me.

[Cristina gasps]

- Uh...
- Can you just stop for a second?

[somber music playing]

[Margot] I didn't tell you about that...

because I wasn't really sure
how you would feel about it.

I thought it might bother you, I guess.

[David] It... It wouldn't have mattered.

It's not really good or bad.

[Margot sighs]

Margot, I think...

shit got out of hand. That's all.

[scoffs]

[quietly] I knew it. [scoffs]

I just knew it.

[Margot sighs]

Do you love me?

What?

It's a really simple question.
Do you love me?

[David chuckles]

Margot, listen. What's up with you?
I don't... I don't get it.

Well, maybe that means...

I don't know.
Things haven't gotten out of hand.

Maybe what happened was no mistake.

Maybe the mistake
is you wanting to get back...

[inhales sharply]...with Idoia,
and me, with Filippo.

It's the classic "broke guy
meets rich girl" tale.

What are you saying, David? You...
Didn't you just say it doesn't matter?

And I really meant it.

I'm not bothered.

But we can't be in a relationship.

I don't have any plans.

I don't have a life.
I have nothing to offer.

[sighs]

[softly] Okay. Um...

Well...

if that's how it is,
we shouldn't keep hanging out.

- Yeah.
- For real, okay?

[quietly] Yep.

- I mean, we'll take a month, and...
- No. No, not just a month.

[David sighs]

And, what are you... [sniffles]

...gonna tell Idoia?

All about it.

I fell in love with you.

But it didn't work out. [inhales shakily]

[somber orchestral music playing]

[train horn honks]

[train clattering on tracks]

- Well.
- [softly] Well.

If we...

I mean, if we could sit on things a while...

No.

We really should... [sighs]
...stick to the ground rules this time.

And that's it?

This is where we say goodbye?

And no more contact?

No. No phone calls and no writing either.

Still friends?

[sniffles] Yes, always.

But promise me
you'll follow the rules, okay?

[somber piano music playing]

- [somber music building]
- [trains clattering on tracks]

And that's that.

[sniffles]

You still have time to stop me.

[David sighs]

[Margot breathing shakily]

[David huffs]

[Margot] It's amazing
how such silly little things

can change everything.

[David] Going to a different bar.

[Margot] Or texting...
with a total stranger.

[energetic music playing]

[music fades]

- Good evening.
- Hello there, miss.

- Thank you.
- You're welcome.

[takes a deep breath]

[gasps softly]

You're not here to fix things.

[sighs]

Well, I thought putting you
on the ropes would,

I don't know,
fix whatever was happening in your head.

And that's exactly what happened, Filippo.

Well...

How are things?

[sighs] They could be better.

And you?

I thought I should return this.

[Filippo sighs deeply]

All that matters is you're happy.

- ["Always Love" by Nada Surf playing]
- [Margot] You too.

♪ To make a mountain of your life
Is just... ♪

- [both laugh]
- You wouldn't believe it. Really.

♪ But I never learned enough ♪

♪ To listen to the voice that told me ♪

♪ Always love ♪

♪ Hate will get you every time ♪

♪ Always love ♪

♪ Don't wait till the finish line... ♪

- Don't leave.
- [Candela chuckles] Mm.

- [Candela] You guys are the best.
- [Margot] Mm.

[Candela] Come on.

- Be gone.
- [Candela] Mm.

- This is hurting us.
- Go on.

- Go and help the world.
- See you. Have a good trip.

♪ It helps to write it down ♪

♪ Even when you then cross it out ♪

♪ Always love ♪

♪ Hate will get you every time... ♪

And as your vice president,

as well as the majority shareholder
of the business,

- I decided to...
- Margarita.

It's Margot.

And I'm not done. Thanks.

As I was saying,

I decided that a change
to the board is necessary.

ORTEGA GROUP

♪ Always love ♪

♪ Hate will get you every time ♪

♪ Always love ♪

♪ Hate will get you every time ♪

♪ I've been held back by somethin' ♪

♪ Yeah... ♪

[woman] And, for that reason,
we recommend sending someone

from our central office to London,

To get the whole team up and running.

Our objective here is to capture
the market that includes English-speaking...

♪ Hey, you could once ♪

♪ Hey, you could once ♪

♪ To make a mountain of your life ♪

♪ Is just a choice ♪

♪ But I never learned enough ♪

[song fades]

So we have to send someone
to the London offices.

Oh yeah? Who?

Well, I don't know yet.
I have to think about it.

And your apartment in London?

- Huh?
- It's awesome.

- I love your place in London.
- Yeah, me too.

Seems like the perfect place
for a fresh start.

- No?
- Hmm.

- Pati!
- Oh.

- Pati?
- [Patri] Mm-hmm? [giggles]

[exclaims, chuckles]

- How ya doin'?
- Good. And you?

Really good.

- I gotta get back.
- Get it, boy.

- [Didier] Right.
- Let's play.

Yeah.

[calming music playing]

- [music fades]
- [thunder rumbling]

- [somber whistle echoes]
- [bell tolling outside]

[thunder rumbling]

[siren wailing]

[rumbling fades slowly]

[birds singing]

[dog barks]

[gasps] Hello.

- Hi there.
- [man] Buster!

- [Margot] And who do we have here?
- [man] Ah.

[Margot] And who do we have here?

- [man] I'm so sorry.
- Ah. No, don't worry. It's okay.

- Ah, well.
- He's so funny. [chuckles]

- [man] I'm so sorry. He escaped.
- Don't worry.

I'm Barin.

Margot.

- Nice to meet you.
- Lovely to meet you too.

- And this is Buster.
- Buster.

[chuckles] Yeah.

- He's so lovely.
- [both laugh]

- He looks like a buster.
- Yeah, you're right.

[keys jangle]

[door opens]

- Hello.
- Oh, hi.

How was work?

- Great, great.
- Yeah?

- And you?
- Fine.

I have to finish this, okay?
But be there in a second.

- Do you want a cup of tea?
- Yeah, please. Thank you.

[gentle music playing]

[David whistling]

[David] Just a second.

Be right there.

So tell me. How can I help?

[Margot gasps]

Margot.

- Hello.
- Well, hi.

- How's it going?
- Fine.

What, uh...? How, uh...?

Yeah, well, I stayed in touch with Domi.

- Yeah, I heard.
- Yeah. She told me that...

That you left,
then came back, and that you...

- Yeah.
- You opened a flower shop.

- And it was lovely.
- Yeah, thanks.

She also told me...

She told me as well
that you moved to London.

[Margot] Mm-hmm.

I had no idea you were back.

I'm not back.

- Hmm?
- I'm staying over there.

I'm just here for a few days, so...

Uh...

You look the same, girl.

- Really?
- Yeah.

- I mean, well, your hair, though.
- Yeah.

And your, uh...

- You know what I mean.
- Mm-hmm.

How long's it been?

[both] Three years.

Yeah, three years.

[David chuckles]

[quietly] Three years.

I'm with someone.

In London.

[David clears throat]

Oh.

And I wanted to tell you.

Yeah, of course, and...

are you in love?

Very much.

I love him very much.

But I felt like I needed to...

to come over here

to tell you.

I guess I always...

I thought when
I finally figured stuff out, I...

One day...

[chuckles sadly] Well, shit.

Like I said...

when time passes, everything's different.

[exhales shakily]

I also came to give this to you.

It's an iPod.

[Margot] An iPod.

I don't know if you still have yours.
I do hope so.

But this one is, uh, full of songs
I've added over these last few years.

[chuckles]

- Oh hey. Let me give you some flowers...
- No. No.

I don't want flowers.

I just wanted
to say goodbye, so... [swallows]

["Always Love" by Nada Surf resumes]

[David sighs]

♪ Your life is just a choice ♪

♪ But I never learned enough ♪

- ♪ To listen to the voice that told me ♪
- [Margot] Goodbye.

♪ Always love ♪

♪ Hate will get you every time ♪

♪ Always love ♪

♪ Hate will get you ♪

♪ I've been held back by somethin' ♪

♪ Yeah ♪

♪ You said to me quietly on the stairs ♪

♪ I've been held back by somethin' ♪

♪ Yeah ♪

♪ You said to me quietly on the stairs ♪

♪ You said ♪

♪ Hey, you could once ♪

♪ Hey, you could once ♪

♪ Hey, you could once ♪

♪ Ah, ah, ah ♪

COME BACK, MARGARITA
FLORIST

- [heart beating]
- [whooshing]

[Margot] It's amazing how
such silly little things

can change everything.

[clock ticking]

- [tense music playing]
- [sounds distort]

[David] Going to a different bar.

[Margot] Or texting...
with a total stranger.

[inhales sharply]

[exhales]

[sniffles]

Margot!

What?

Everyone will think I'm with you
for the money.

And they'll think I'm with you
'cause you're an amazing dancer.

Obviously.

- Of course.
- All right.

If I wait,
you're gonna meet an amazing guy

and fall in love, and I won't even know.

No, no, no.
I'd... I'd come, and I'd let you know.

But I don't want that.

Not unless we've given it a shot.

[tender music playing]

[both chuckle softly]

I still feel
like this could be a disaster.

But what a perfect beginning
because it can only get better.

[David slurping]

But you said that you loved me.

Yeah, and I promise I believed it.
For real.

- But, David. [scoffs]
- [David] Mm-hmm?

What we had was real.

[David sighs, inhales sharply]

What we had was shit, Idoia.

It... was a toxic relationship,

and you wanted me
to be someone else the whole time.

At the end of the day,
well, that's just not real.

It's a waste.

Um...

Mm. This is amazing. You want some?

[Idoia sighs]

- No?
- [quietly] No.

I think it's perfect.

Isn't it a little bit small? Hmm?

And there's something, um...

Well, look.

Something about the light is not...

- [Domi sighs]
- Uh-uh.

It's not what, Iván?
There's tons of light. Man, look.

- Look. Over here as well.
- [Iván] Yeah, yeah.

But it's, like...
the light is super, super direct.

And you might go blind.
You know what I'm saying?

I don't know.

[Domi sighs]

I like it here.

Right?

[Domi] Mm.

[Iván sniffles]

Is he crying? Are you crying?

[Iván] Mm-mm.

[David scoffs]

No.

- Dude, are you crying?
- [Iván] No. No, it's...

No. I was just thinking about
how we'll finally be able to use our sofa.

Just the two of us.

[both chuckle]

- [David] Give me a hug.
- And what I'm...

- [chuckles]
- Come on, man.

- [Iván] Stop with the hugs.
- Gimme a hug!

Just drop it, okay? No hugging.

[both laugh]

- ["Make Me Smile" playing]
- [Domi sighs]

♪ You've done it all ♪

- ♪ You've broken every code ♪
- [doorbell rings]

- Yeah?
- ♪ And pulled the rebel... ♪

No, still no name yet.

- ♪ You spoiled the game... ♪
- [Margot laughs]

Okay, and...

Excellent.

I'll send the details.

♪ Blue eyes, blue eyes... ♪

All right, perfect. I'll see you Monday.

'Kay, thanks. See ya.

For you.

- Oh, hey. Thanks.
- You got it!

It's looking so amazing here.

Thank you!

- It's a lot better when you're here.
- Is it?

♪ Runnin' wild... ♪

Who were you talking to?

- It was the bank, so...
- And?

Uh, well, they might give it to me
on Monday.

- I'm meeting with them.
- [gasps] Wow! Hey, congratulations.

[song stops]

- [David] Mmm.
- How great.

- Should I put them in water?
- Yeah. In a really pretty vase.

- In a pretty vase.
- Yeah, which one?

- You like that?
- I do like that.

♪ There's nothing left, all gone... ♪

- [David] Smells great, huh?
- Let's see here.

♪ Maybe you'll tarry for a while... ♪

Ooh. Smells really good.

Ooh. Looks amazing.

Jeez, you're a mess.

- The flour?
- Yeah.

- So how did they react?
- How? Well, I don't care how they reacted.

That whole damn board stank of
old men and testosterone. Now it doesn't.

Right on.

♪ Resist, resist ♪

[on radio] ♪ It's from yourself... ♪

- It wasn't a disaster after all.
- Guess not.

[David laughs]

[Margot] David.

Did I ever tell you about...?

I don't think so.

That I've got
a beautiful apartment in London?

- [in British accent] Really?
- [laughs]

- [David] In London?
- [Margot] In London.

[carolers "Silent Night"]

♪ Holy infant, so tender... ♪

This city's incredible.

♪ Sleep in heavenly... ♪

And there are lots of locations
for a flower shop.

- For a flower shop, huh? [chuckles]
- [Margot] Hmm.

- And you know what's the best?
- What?

That we're far away from your mother.

[both laugh]

Only advantages!

- You happy here?
- Oh, yes.

- ♪ Holy night ♪
- [carolers fade]

["Make Me Smile" resumes playing]

Um, that's for you.

- Thank you.
- Thank you.

- Have a good day.
- [Barin] Goodbye.

Thank you.

- [song stops]
- [Barin gasps]

- Hey there.
- Hey.

♪ You've taken everything... ♪

- [both] How's it going?
- Great. [laughs]

Um, you having coffee with me?

- Of course. Yep.
- Yeah?

- How'd it go?
- Fine.

- Yeah?
- Yeah. This bouquet's beautiful.

- And those?
- [gasps]

- Those there?
- Nice.

And those too.

- I was trying to make those pop.
- I really love them.

[David] Oh yeah?

♪ Worth ♪

♪ Away, away ♪

♪ And don't say maybe you'll try, oh ♪

♪ To come up and see me ♪

♪ To make me smile... ♪

FLY, MARGARITA

♪ You've done it all ♪

♪ You've broken every code ♪

♪ And pulled the rebel to the floor ♪

♪ You spoiled the game
No matter what you say ♪

♪ For only metal, what a bore ♪

♪ Blue eyes, blue eyes ♪

♪ How come you tell so many lies? ♪

♪ Come up and see me ♪

♪ Make me smile ♪

♪ Or do what you want, runnin' wild ♪

♪ There's nothing left ♪

♪ All gone and run away ♪

♪ Maybe you'll tarry for a while ♪

♪ It's just a test ♪

♪ A game for us to play ♪

♪ Win or lose, it's hard to smile ♪

♪ Resist, resist ♪

♪ Resist, resist ♪

♪ It's from yourself
You have to hide, oh ♪

♪ Come up and see me
To make me smile, oh ♪

♪ Or do what you want, runnin' wild ♪

Subtitle translation by:
Soledad Etchemendy