Put a little bit of granola
and amaranth. No bananas. I’m very allergic. Hold on a sec. Claudio! Claudio, how are you?
It’s so good to see you! -It’s great seeing you here!
-Yes, Lucía. How have you been? -Amazing. How’s Cintia?
-We got divorced. She’s incredible.
You should have taken care of her. -She’s amazing.
-Yeah. I think about her every day. The whole day, every day,
every hour of the day. And how are your children? It’s just one.
He’s called Miguel. He’s very charming. Miguel. I just want to kiss him
all over! He’s going through a weird phase.
He’s burning all his toys. Especially those who look like me.
He blames me for the divorce. He hates me. Isn’t it great?
Kids are wonderful. Enjoy them. You look skinnier.
Are you exercising? -It’s my depression.
-Great. Enjoy it while it lasts. You’re seeing someone, right? This is the first time
I’ve gotten out of bed since the divorce. It’s been hard
staying in the apartment. It smells of loneliness,
desolation, sadness. And her.
Everything smells of her. Nah, you’re ready
to meet new women. No, I’m more focused
on breathing. Ah, that’s great.
Breathing is great. We should have dinner
some time. -That’d be great.
-Yeah, but… I’ll call you as soon as I don’t
feel like killing myself anymore. -Great. Sounds perfect.
-Give me your number -so I can call you.
-You take care, Claudio. -Call me, OK?
-I don’t have your number. And give Cintia a kiss for me. I can’t do that,
because her lawyer filed a restraining order… Well, I can kiss
a photo I have. It’s the same.