Busker − a person who sings or plays music
in streets and other public places for
money from voluntary donations – Ma’m? Excuse me, ma’m. Can I ask you something? – Yes? – Would you be so kind
as to give me 50 cents? I want to buy this… and I don’t have enough. – Just let me find my purse. – Take your time. I’m not in a hurry. – Are you going to eat only tuna? Fetch some bread and
meet me at the cash register. Okay? – You mean, I should get some bread
and we meet at the cash register? Right. Ma’m. The bread. – Why didn’t you take a fresh loaf? Come on. Wait here. – Oh ma’m, come on! Bread is bread. – Bye. Have a nice day! Hello.
– Hello. – Is this yours?
– Yes. – We have one video game… one bread, one tuna can… – And a bag please.
– Yes, right away. Tomatoes… It’s not working again. The second time today.
One, two, five, six… Okay. And the sausage
is yours too, right? Right. Ah, and a bag. That’s all?
– Yes. – We have batteries
on special offer today! – No, thanks. Oh dear, you know what. I just realized that
I’ve taken the wrong game. I would like to return it. – No problem.
Just go ahead and take the other one. – No, I’ll buy it next time – No, really.
You can switch it yourself. – No, I’m in a hurry today.
I’ll get it some other time. Thanks. – Marjan, cash register 2, please!
I have a returned item. – Thank you! – Enjoy your meal, sir. – Ivan. Ivan is my name. – Vesna. – Vesna! Lovely name. Have a nice evening, Vesna! – Good night! – Night. – Hey kid, got tired of waiting? – Not really. – They didn’t have your game today. – Really? – We’ll go and look
for it again next weekend. Or I’ll go buy it myself during the week. – Okay. It’s fine, really. – Go now, don’t keep your dad waiting. Cast Written and directed by Producer Director of photography,
Camera operator Editor