- 1. Russian State Committee
- 2. You're taking off a gown
Turning away from me
- 3. And I see ugly scars
On your velvety skin
- 4. This makes me want to cry
Or seek oblivion
- 5. What happened to your wings
I loved so dearly?
- 6. What happened to your wings
I loved so dearly?
- 7. What happened to your wings
I loved so dearly?
- 8. Hey!
- 9. - What's that song?
- 10. Cut! Who let that creep in here?
- 11. Spongers!
- 12. Throw him the hell out of here!
- 13. What are we paying you for?
- 14. Quickly. Quickly.
- 15. Schultz!
- 16. Your name?
- 17. Bagrov...
- 18. Danila...
- 19. Born in 1975.
22, Station Street.
- 20. Where do you work?
- 21. Just back from the military service.
- 22. Where did you serve?
- 23. In the army.
- 24. You want to work for us?
- 25. No.
- 26. You broke their security guy's arm.
And you nearly took his eye out.
- 27. If you'd been drunk,
I'd have arrested you.
- 28. Get out of here.
- 29. If you don't get a
job within a week,
- 30. I'll put you on probation.
- 31. Did I really...
- 32. break his arm?
- 33. No. You only dislocated it.
- 34. And what about that
guy who was screaming?
- 35. Who was he?
- 36. The director.
- 37. And what was that song?
- 38. "Wings" by Nautilus.
- 39. Sergei Bagrov. Born in 1942...
- 40. Repeated convictions for burglary.
- 41. He was killed in a prison camp in 1982.
- 42. He was my classmate.
- 43. Do you have "Wings" by Nautilus?
- 44. The CD?
- 45. What do you want?
Get out of here, or I'll call the police.
- 46. You could chop firewood
instead of sticking your neck out.
- 47. You would have been better off
in the army.
- 48. Here, they'll probably kill you, idiot.
- 49. You are always playing
this machine of yours.
- 50. You'll croak in prison
like your loser father.
- 51. The only hope I have...
- 52. is my little Viktor.
- 53. He's a big shot there...
- 54. in Leningrad.
- 55. Here...
- 56. Just look at these.
- 57. So little.
How cute all of you were.
- 58. Just look at the pictures.
- 59. - I've seen them.
- Take another look!
- 60. There...
- 61. You'd better go visit
your brother in Leningrad.
- 62. I'll die soon.
- 63. And he was like a father to you.
- 64. You are related by blood.
- 65. He is the closest
person you've got.
- 66. My little Viktor.
- 67. If you haven't seen Moscow,
you haven't seen much.
- 68. The Chechen was released.
- 69. We need to take him out.
- 70. He grabbed the whole market.
- 71. Claims it belonged to him.
He's collecting our protection money.
- 72. At the meet, we agreed to go peaceful.
Our people don't want a war.
- 73. But he is too close to Paramon.
- 74. I am sick and tired of the Chechen.
- 75. To cut it short, I'll pay you 15K.
- 76. You know me.
- 77. My prices are fair.
- 78. 15K...
- 79. is good money, of course.
- 80. But with the Chechen...
- 81. I'll be risking my neck.
- 82. - How much?
- 83. And ten of those upfront.
- 84. You get a week to prepare.
- 85. I want two weeks.
- 86. The Tatar's getting out of line.
- 87. He wanted too much money upfront.
- 88. You hang out at the market day
and night, but stay out of his sight.
- 89. Bite off more than you can chew,
- 90. and you wind up in the zoo.
- 91. ST. PETERSBURG
- 92. We're baking in the dandelion sun
- 93. The swell earth is revolving beneath us
- 94. It's much bigger than my head
- 95. There's room for you and me in it
- 96. We're lying on a slope
- 97. Upside down on a slope
- 98. People on the hill are yelling crazy
- 99. At the one
sitting on the top of the hill
- 100. Do you have
"Wings" by Nautilus?
- 101. No.
It is sold out too quickly.
- 102. Come over sometime later.
We should get another shipment.
- 103. - Have you got anything else?
- Of course.
- 104. Here's...
- 105. "Titanic At Fontanka"
- 106. And this is "10 Years Report."
- 107. Their best songs covered by friends.
- 108. How much is that?
- 109. This one's 75,800.
The other one's 78,000.
- 110. Sometimes I feel like rising to my feet
- 111. Taking you in my arms like a baby
- 112. And plunging down
from the top of the hill
- 113. Wouldn't it be best for you and for me?
- 114. But we're lying on a slope
- 115. And I think that nothing really matters
- 116. The people on the top of the hill
are yelling crazy
- 117. And they get themselves killed
falling down from the top
- 118. What are you selling, drunks?
- 119. You got watches?
- 120. My cut's 50, now.
- 121. You pay, fucking worm.
- 122. What do you think? You pay your taxes.
- 123. - But I still haven't—
- I'm confiscating the goods.
- 124. - I haven't sold anything yet.
- I'm confiscating.
- 125. But, sonny, I haven't sold anything yet.
- 126. - Nothing sold!
- I don't care. I'm confiscating it!
- 127. The city is a frightening force.
- 128. And the bigger the city is,
the stronger it is... It sucks you in.
- 129. Only the strongest people can climb out.
- 130. And even so...
- 131. What's your name?
- 132. - Hoffman.
- What are you, a Jew?
- 133. I'm German.
- 134. I'm not a big fan of the Jews.
- 135. - And the Germans?
- The Germans? They're okay.
- 136. What's the difference?
- 137. Why are you
badgering me about it?
- 138. Where are you taking me?
- 139. To my homeland.
- 140. My ancestors rest here.
- 141. Sit down.
- 142. Well...
- 143. Here.
- 144. Hold on.
- 145. What is it?
- 146. I brought a present
for my brother.
- 147. I guess he won't get it, anyway.
- 148. Give me some of that.
- 149. What a girl!
- 150. Hey, girl...
- 151. What's your name?
- 152. Your tickets, please.
- 153. No tickets.
- 154. Tickets, please.
- 155. No tickets.
- 156. Your tickets, please.
- 157. Listen, you Russian, or what?
- 158. I'm telling you, no tickets.
- 159. Then pay the fine, please.
- 160. What fine?
- 161. I'm handicapped.
- 162. You pay the fine
or show me your tickets.
- 163. Sit down.
- 164. Take the load off your feet. Sit down.
- 165. If you haven't got tickets,
then you have to pay the fine.
- 166. He isn't getting it.
- 167. Don't you understand, or something?
- 168. Get out of here.
- 169. Pay the fine.
- 170. Don't kill me, brother!
- 171. The money, take it all.
- 172. Don't kill me, brother!
- 173. - Here.
- You're not my brother,
- 174. you black-ass worm.
- 175. - How much is the fine?
- 176. Run!
- 177. Guys, guys!
- 178. Did you get it?
You know, you need to go...
- 179. Bye!
- 180. That's such a cool Walkman.
Let me listen to it.
- 181. Why are you playing this crap?
Have you got any cool music?
- 182. - Are you mute, or something?
- 183. Your Walkman's fine,
- 184. but you're dressed like a jerk.
- 185. You got any acid?
- 186. - Or dough? Got any dough?
- 187. Okay. I'm Kat.
- 188. You can always find me here.
If you get some money.
- 189. Okay, see you later!
- 190. It's open!
- 191. Get down on your knees, hands out.
- 192. I'm looking for my brother.
Viktor Bagrov. He used to live here.
- 193. I'm his younger brother.
I came to Leningrad two days ago.
- 194. My mom gave me his address.
Moika 1, apartment 8.
- 195. Well, hello...
- 196. brother!
- 197. It's not Leningrad,
but Petersburg now.
- 198. St. Pete! It's a beautiful
city, though a provincial one.
- 199. You need to go to Moscow.
- 200. Moscow is where the power is.
- 201. I'll take care of some business here
and then I'm off to Moscow.
- 202. How's Mom doing?
- 203. She is okay.
- 204. Here. She sent you this.
- 205. You drink.
- 206. I still got some business
to take care of.
- 207. This money is something to start with.
- 208. Get some nicer clothes,
- 209. rent an apartment or a room.
- 210. Nothing over a hundred for now,
and then we'll see.
- 211. How was the army?
- 212. Okay.
- 213. Mom wrote that you were in the war.
- 214. Nah, I sat things out in the HQ.
- 215. I was a clerk.
- 216. Can you shoot?
- 217. Yeah, they took us out
to the shooting range.
- 218. Hello. Do you have "Wings" by Nautilus?
- 219. Just give me what you got.
- 220. I made you up
- 221. To kill away my time
While it was raining
- 222. How boring it is to sing
Waiting for the dawn to come
- 223. So I shut my eyes and made you up
- 224. You are standing by the door
Wearing a white raincoat
- 225. With the water raining down
From your black hair to the floor
- 226. It's too late to try and de-invent you
- 227. Your fragile fingers touch the buzzer
- 228. What am I going to do with you?
What are we going to do now?
- 229. You are going to enter this house
And stay in it
- 230. You have got no one else
- 231. Just the man who made you up
- 232. He's an ex-Chechen terrorist.
- 233. The Chechens came
to St. Pete from Moscow, too.
- 234. They grab everything they
can lay their hands on.
- 235. I already told you that.
- 236. This man grabbed the market.
He is squeezing the Russians out.
- 237. I got some business there.
And he came down on me.
- 238. He knows we're weak, now.
So, he's squeezing us out.
- 239. He bought off everyone there.
- 240. And he killed those
he couldn't buy.
- 241. And now, Danila,
- 242. it's my turn.
- 243. If I don't pay...
- 244. So, it's either them or us, brother.
- 245. He loves walking
around the market at daytime,
- 246. inspecting his premises.
- 247. That would be the best moment.
- 248. He always has bodyguards with him.
Two or three goons.
- 249. All Blacks.
- 250. Armed beasts.
- 251. The job's not easy.
- 252. You size things up
and think how you can make your exit.
- 253. I'd rather pay you than anyone else.
Two thousand bucks.
- 254. Don't come to my place anymore.
It's too dangerous.
- 255. If something comes up, give me a ring.
- 256. Here's a gun and a clip.
That's another six hundred.
- 257. We'll settle up later.
- 258. I'll get by.
- 259. Hello. It's us. The Tatar isn't here.
- 260. I will tell you the biggest secret
I kept silent, but now I am ready to tell
- 261. I created all things around you
- 262. - What is the price of potatoes?
- 263. You are my darling, the mother of gods
- 264. Yes, the mother of gods
- 265. This city of hitmen, whores and thieves
Exists while we believe it does
- 266. We'll open our eyes and it isn't there
We are thrown back to the early ages
- 267. Mother of gods
We spent the day walking in the rain
- 268. Your wet jeans are thrown to the floor
- 269. Let's get down to business then...
- 270. How's the business?
- 271. Come on...
- 272. That thug and his pals
are still looking for you.
- 273. Listen up, German. I need a room.
A small one. Downtown.
- 274. It should be quiet. Ask your people, okay?
- 275. Here you go.
- 276. Thanks.
- 277. Did you find your brother?
- 278. I found him.
- 279. - Who is it?
- It's me, Zinka. Open up.
- 280. Zinka? Who the heck's Zinka?
- 281. Get out of here, whore!
- 282. Lost your fucking mind, old man?
- 283. It's me, Zinka.
- 284. What a fool. His brain's rotted! Well?
- 285. - What do you want?
- I brought you a tenant.
- 286. Take it out.
- 287. I hate these people walking around...
- 288. So, old man,
you gone all mangy here without me?
- 289. Cold wind is blowing
Through an open window
- 290. Long shadows lie on the table
- 291. I'm a mysterious guest
Wearing a silvery cape
- 292. You know why I'm here
- 293. I'll make you strong
- 294. I'll give you power
- 295. I'll kiss your neck
- 296. I'll kiss you for good
- 297. Like a gentle vampire
- 298. Like a gentle vampire
- 299. Like an innocent child
- 300. Like a gentle vampire
- 301. Your friends took to sniffing glue
- 302. They are getting more stupid every day
- 303. In the country that's viscous like mud
- 304. You may put on weight
- 305. And you can degenerate
- 306. But I will light up your dreamy eyes
- 307. I'll make you strong
I'll give you power
- 308. Hey, you, dear sir!
- 309. Will you buy a watermelon?
- 310. - Is it good?
- Of course! Beautiful!
- 311. It's just a wonder.
- 312. Yesterday, I ate seven of them myself.
- 313. Okay.
- 314. - How much is that?
- Just six thousand.
- 315. Thank you. Enjoy.
- 316. Lord, what is going on?
- 317. There! The guy with the watermelon!
- 318. You need help?
- 319. Go. I'll find you.
- 320. It wasn't The Tatar. The guy was young.
- 321. He did everything super cool.
A real pro.
- 322. The Chechen kicked the bucket,
and that guy just walked off.
- 323. He jumped in a yellow tram and left.
- 324. I winged him.
But the bitch greased Pinecone.
- 325. Pinecone?
- 326. - Dead?
- Don't know.
- 327. They took him to the hospital.
- 328. Why were you shooting
if it wasn't The Tatar?
- 329. Well, you know. I...
- 330. It's The Tatar we have to pay,
- 331. shit-for-brains!
- 332. Good the new guy
- 333. They won't suspect us, now.
- 334. Well, Tatar...
- 335. His life is hanging by a thread,
but he is thinking about the bread.
- 336. We should take you to the hospital.
- 337. I can't go to the hospital, German.
- 338. It's okay, German.
- 339. We'll get through this.
- 340. Zina!
- 341. I wish I met you in Kursk in 1943—
- 342. - Beat it, old fool.
- 343. - What do you want?
- Come here.
- 344. Get some more vodka.
- 345. And also, go to the
drugstore, and buy
- 346. bandages, streptomycin,
- 347. and antibiotics.
- 348. - Okay.
- You know what I need.
- 349. Yeah, and get something for Old Pops...
- 350. - So, he stops pestering us.
- 351. You're a smart guy, German.
- 352. Tell me,
- 353. what do we live for?
- 354. Well, it's up to each and every one
of us to decide.
- 355. Yeah. There's this saying...
- 356. "What's good for the Russian
is deadly for the German".
- 357. Well, I live to disprove this.
- 358. Have you got a girlfriend?
- 359. What about Zinka?
- 360. Did you get punched in your eye for her?
- 361. Never mind.
- 362. You're a good man, German.
- 363. They closed down the kiosk downstairs.
- 364. Why'd you stop? Let's roll.
- 365. What's wrong with your face?
- 366. It's my husband.
- 367. Can I help?
- 368. I'll deal with it.
- 369. And where is that fellow-traveler
you picked up yesterday?
- 370. He jumped off.
- 371. On the corner of Sredny
and the 18th Street.
- 372. He rode with you
for a long time.
- 373. A long time.
- 374. Why didn't you call the police?
- 375. He's a good shot.
- 376. Can't argue with that.
- 377. Well, look here.
- 378. If you lied,
- 379. I'll punish you.
- 380. It's not the man with money that's happy,
- 381. but the man whose wife doesn't cheat.
- 382. Good day.
- 383. Hey! Where've you been?
- 384. Nautilus released a new disc.
- 385. It's called "Chinapple".
- 386. But we're already out of it.
- 387. I've got this...
- 388. I'll take it.
- 389. Tatar?
- 390. It's me.
- 391. We need to meet
- 392. and discuss some stuff.
- 393. Who did that to you?
- 394. My husband.
When he gets drunk...
- 395. They are looking for you.
- 396. I said that you jumped off on Sredny.
- 397. How's your wound?
Did it heal up?
- 398. It's okay.
- 399. I'm hungry.
- 400. Maybe we can go to my place?
- 401. What about your old man?
- 402. Damn him.
- 403. - What's your name?
- 404. I'm Sveta.
- 405. This is "play."
- 406. And this one here is "stop."
- 407. You can rewind and fast forward.
- 408. And this is the volume control.
- 409. Got it?
- 410. Got it?
- 411. Give me the telephone.
- 412. What?
- 413. The telephone.
- 414. The neighbors will pick it up.
- 415. Give me the phone.
I need to make a call.
- 416. Your husband?
- 417. Come on, tell me.
- 418. I don't want to.
- 419. Hello.
- 420. Hello, brother.
- 421. Can you give me my money?
- 422. Danila!
- 423. Where are you?
I looked everywhere for you.
- 424. Hello, brother. The line's bad.
- 425. Call me at 311-0536. Okay?
- 426. Hello. Danila.
- 427. Well, brother, you're the man!
- 428. Where did you go?
- 429. Is everything okay?
- 430. Come on over right now.
Grab some wheels on the double.
- 431. No. I'm going to a show today.
- 432. Nautilus are playing.
- 433. I'll drop by tomorrow.
- 434. Okay, don't pout.
- 435. Maybe I'll tell you some day.
- 436. Come on, let's go. Or we'll be late.
- 437. You grew us day and night
We are pea grains
- 438. You put us together
And now you can eat us
- 439. But wait and listen to this
- 440. We are not hotshots
- 441. You grow us and you dry us up
- 442. To eat us but not only
- 443. You raise us to hit against the wall
- 444. Then you go into a soup
You are devoured and you are dead now
- 445. Who says there's no reason
To piss against the wind?
- 446. You get tempered, smart and strong
- 447. The hardened grains
Will turn into bullets...
- 448. - Hi.
- 449. - You've turned to alcopops?
- 450. - You don't like this kind of music?
- It's just about having fun.
- 451. I see you got some new threads.
Got hold of some dough?
- 452. Tomorrow I'm getting a wad.
- 453. I know where to get good ganja.
We'll rave it up in style.
- 454. Call me.
- 455. - Is this your mom?
- 456. Well, okay. See you.
- 457. Who was that little tart?
- 458. An acquaintance.
- 459. You did a fine job, brother.
- 460. You saved my ass and helped people.
- 461. Now, only the Russians will sell there.
- 462. What about the Germans?
- 463. What do you mean?
- 464. Will the Germans be
- 465. What kind of Germans?
- 466. You know, the Germans.
- 467. Why the Germans?
- 468. I've got an offer for you, brother.
- 469. Let's establish a company,
- 470. "The Bagrov Brothers."
- 471. How's that sound?
- 472. Well, tell me, you like it?
- 473. What will we do?
- 474. Business.
- 475. Basically, everything.
- 476. But then
- 477. we've got a problem.
- 478. We've got a competitor,
- 479. Roundhead.
- 480. That's his nickname.
- 481. What?
- 482. It's a surprise.
- 483. Surprise.
- 484. What?
- 485. Well, can I come?
- 486. Can this thing play your CDs, too?
- 487. Yep. Which is the play button?
- 488. It's green.
- 489. - What's this?
- It's the Nautilus show.
- 490. A rare find. I got it.
- 491. With Shevchuk, Kinchev,
- 492. Yeah...
- 493. No.
- 494. No, I can't work today.
- 495. I've got a day off.
- 496. I said, no.
- 497. I haven't got time to haggle with you.
- 498. Your husband?
- 499. No, that was...
- 500. my colleague.
She asked me to take her shift.
- 501. Those assholes,
they gave me a shitty copy.
- 502. Where did you serve?
- 503. In the HQ.
- 504. Who're you?
- 505. I'm Danila.
- 506. - And who're you?
- Me? Pavel.
- 507. - Where is Sveta?
- 508. She's not here.
- 509. But you, Pavel, listen to me carefully.
- 510. Now, you're going to give me the keys
- 511. and forget this address
- 512. and telephone number forever.
- 513. You're her lover!
- 514. Why did you hit me in the balls?
- 515. The keys.
- 516. I see you again and I'll kill you.
- 517. We'll see about that.
- 518. Kat.
- 519. Hi. It's Danila.
- 520. Remember the guy with the Walkman?
- 521. You gave me your number at the show.
- 522. You said that when I got some money,
we'd have a party.
- 523. Yeah, I've got money.
- 524. That's you.
- 525. I couldn't get it. What Danila?
- 526. Give me the dough.
- 527. Here you are.
- 528. Cool.
- 529. Let's share a joint and get high.
- 530. What are they singing about?
- 531. Why the fuck do you care?
They sing like gods.
- 532. I don't like it.
- 533. This dickhead gets off on Nautilus.
- 534. Thank you.
- 535. Your American music is shit.
- 536. Why argue? I said, the music is shit.
And you argue.
- 537. Yeah, and you too...
- 538. Soon your America's going to bite it.
- 539. We're going to wipe the smiles
off all your smug faces.
- 540. Got it?
- 541. Leave him alone.
Anyway, he's French.
- 542. - Let's go.
- Who cares?
- 543. Have you got condoms?
- 544. - Why?
- What do you mean, why?
- 545. You think I'm going to pay you back?
- 546. Jean has some.
- 547. Why are you doing that?
- 548. - Eggs help to keep control.
- Let's go.
- 549. Hello.
- 550. Danila. Help me out, brother.
- 551. I've fallen ill. You need to go
and deal with something for me.
- 552. Behind the Pribaltiiskaya Hotel
on the Vassilyevskiy Island at 5:00.
- 553. Two guys will be waiting
for you in a Volvo.
- 554. They'll explain everything.
- 555. They don't have any brains.
- 556. You'll try to sort it all out.
- 557. Brother, I haven't got no
- 558. I've got a terrible headache.
- 559. Brother,
- 560. if you don't help me out,
- 561. it's the end for me.
- 562. Help me.
- 563. This is about our business.
- 564. I can't talk about it on the telephone,
- 565. Take what you need.
Don't worry about money.
- 566. - Help me out, brother.
- 567. Hello, thugs!
- 568. We only found the
- 569. He is tough.
- 570. He's been hiding for
almost six months.
- 571. Now, he's at his friend's place.
- 572. I think we'll wait for him
in the entrance hall.
- 573. The three of us?
- 574. Have you got any painkillers?
- 575. No!
- 576. There's also a back door entrance
in the apartment. I checked it out.
- 577. It leads up to the attic.
- 578. We can do it there.
- 579. Why are there three of us?
- 580. We are together in this.
- 581. - Are they packing heat?
- What do you think?
- 582. With all the dough they've swiped.
- 583. Ring the bell.
- 584. Makar, is that you?
- 585. Quiet, creep.
- 586. On the floor.
- 587. Where is he?
- 588. Who?
- 589. - You didn't get me, bitch?
- Don't shoot.
- 590. He went out to buy some vodka.
He'll be back soon.
- 591. Don't shoot.
- 592. There's no one here.
- 593. Well, we'll see, creep.
- 594. Flat-iron, tie him up.
- 595. Don't walk by the window.
- 596. Got any music?
- 597. Got any music?
- 598. Hit the floor.
- 599. Guys,
- 600. I probably got the wrong apartment.
- 601. - It's probably on another floor?
- It's not him.
- 602. Who is he?
- 603. What's your name?
- 604. Stepan.
- 605. Don't be afraid, Stepan.
- 606. We won't hurt you.
- 607. You just sit tight
and don't move a muscle. Okay?
- 608. Okay.
- 609. - What do you do?
- I'm a director.
- 610. At Radio One.
- 611. A director? I saw a director once.
- 612. - He was shooting this video.
- They're all fags.
- 613. Nobody is going to hurt you here.
I give you my word.
- 614. You sit tight.
- 615. We're waiting for a friend of ours.
- 616. We'll have a chat with him and let you go.
- 617. You make a wrong move, bitch,
and I'll shoot you in the eye.
- 618. Stepan, you wouldn't have
any painkillers, would you?
- 619. No?
- 620. Too bad.
- 621. Watch out,
I'll take your head off, bitch.
- 622. Hello, turn your music down right now...
- 623. Tell her it's your birthday.
- 624. Your birthday.
- 625. Yeah, it's my birthday.
- 626. How far away is the station?
- 627. Fifteen minutes' walk.
- 628. If he's not here in five minutes,
it's over for you.
- 629. Quiet.
- 630. Good evening.
- 631. - Good evening.
- Are you having a party here?
- 632. - No.
- 633. Slava!
I told you, top floor, to the left.
- 634. Excuse me.
- 635. I'll be right back.
- 636. Quiet, asshole!
- 637. Bon appétit!
- 638. Hello, eagles!
- 639. Hi!
- 640. Watch your step. Don't fall down.
- 641. Hello!
- 642. Hey!
- 643. Slava, what would you like to have?
Have a drink with us.
- 644. - What do you want?
- Have you got any painkillers?
- 645. - I've got a terrible headache.
- You should drink vodka.
- 646. No, I need a painkiller.
- 647. Cheers!
- 648. Follow me, then.
- 649. Let me through.
- 650. Here you are. Feel better.
- 651. Can I sit here
for a little while?
- 652. Of course, sit down.
- 653. Where are you going?
- 654. You wanted to ditch us?
- 655. They nearly took us out.
- 656. If I wanted to ditch you,
I'd have done so.
- 657. We'll leave through the back door entrance.
- 658. Flat-iron,
- 659. take care of that one.
- 660. Wait a minute. I'll do it myself.
- 661. Give me that.
- 662. A Colt.
- 663. Don't do it...
- 664. Quiet, quiet.
- 665. We had an agreement.
- 666. It's over. Let go.
- 667. Come on.
- 668. Calm down.
- 669. You see?
- 670. I don't like directors very much.
- 671. No, you're okay.
- 672. Hey, do you...
- 673. Do you know Butusov?
- 674. Yeah?
- 675. I like his music very much.
- 676. Is it true they released
a new album, "Chinapple?"
- 677. - Yeah? Do you have it?
- 678. Can you give it to me to copy?
- 679. Will you?
- 680. My name's Danila.
- 681. Will you help me?
- 682. I'm out of here.
- 683. What?
- 684. Let's go have a drink.
- 685. Fred, sit.
- 686. Zina...
- 687. This is my friend, Stepan.
- 688. Well, I think I'll be going.
- 689. Okay.
- 690. Come visit us.
- 691. Sorry that it turned out this way.
- 692. Well, what are you looking at?
- 693. I saved good people.
- 694. And that weakling over there, too.
- 695. God be your judge.
- 696. German.
- 697. They're over in the
crypt by the fence.
- 698. Give them a decent burial.
- 699. - Good day!
- 700. Your husband home?
- 701. He's on a business trip.
- 702. When the hubby's away,
the wife does play.
- 703. Can we come in?
Don't keep your guests waiting.
- 704. I asked you.
Don't cheat on your husband.
- 705. - It's not the Christian way.
- Fine, fine.
- 706. I really don't know where
he lives and what he does.
- 707. Clear.
- 708. He spent two days here.
- 709. He found my place.
- 710. I kicked him out already.
- 711. I'm telling you the truth.
- 712. You like your honey sweet,
- 713. then learn to like the bees.
- 714. - Let me go, creeps!
- Stop squirming!
- 715. Scumbags! Don't touch me, creep!
- 716. Let me go.
- 717. - Ouch, I'll kill you, bitch!
- 718. Stay still!
- 719. Spread her legs...
- 720. And the beautiful sea is roaring
- 721. The alien shore is too harsh and narrow
- 722. And your heart is aching at the memories
- 723. I'll kill the motherfucker!
- 724. Your pals stopped by.
- 725. They asked for you.
- 726. I really don't know
who you are and where you live.
- 727. But they didn't believe me.
- 728. Their leader was a round-faced man.
- 729. He was speaking in proverbs.
- 730. Can we sing a song?
- 731. I've got no ear for music.
- 732. Yeah. I got it.
- 733. You say he served at some HQ?
- 734. As a clerk?
- 735. First, he whacked Pinecone.
- 736. Then two more dudes disappeared.
- 737. And now, he shot the Mole.
- 738. Easily.
- 739. You live longer,
- 740. you'll see more.
- 741. Yeah.
- 742. Danila, is that you?
- 743. Anything wrong?
- 744. Something is wrong, brother.
- 745. You alone?
- 746. Good. I'll be there soon
to tell you everything.
- 747. He's coming here.
- 748. - What do you want?
- Pops, sell me your rifle.
- 749. It will cost you a million.
- 750. Bring it out.
- 751. Give me the money first.
- 752. - Dollars.
- There's a million two hundred here.
- 753. And give me all the shells you've got.
- 754. Gauge 5. For ducks.
- 755. Black birds are flying off the moon
Black birds are nightmares
- 756. Which are flying around
in the dead of the blue night
- 757. Looking for my baby girl
- 758. Take all the gold I have
Take all the gold I have
- 759. Take all the gold I have
And fly away
- 760. We do not want your gold
We do not want your gold
- 761. Your gold is rusty and stained
- 762. Black birds will peck out
A diamond in my daughter's blue eyes
- 763. They will take it in their black claws
Filling us with the coal-black fear
- 764. Take my kingdom
Take my kingdom
- 765. Take my kingdom
Take my crown
- 766. We do not want your kingdom
We do not want your kingdom
- 767. We do not want your kingdom
We don't want your maple crown
- 768. Take my eyes then
Take my eyes then
- 769. Take my eyes then
They don't want to see you
- 770. We do not want your eyes
We do not want your eyes
- 771. We have gone into your eyes
And taken all we wanted
- 772. You lie here quiet, I'll let you go.
- 773. Good. I got it.
- 774. Drop your weapons! Hands on the back
of your heads! Get down to the floor!
- 775. Viktor, stand up.
- 776. Don't shoot, brother.
- 777. - Please, don't shoot.
- What're you saying, brother?
- 778. Get up, come on. It's over.
- 779. Forgive me, brother. Don't shoot, please.
- 780. - Don't kill me.
- 781. - Don't shoot—
- You're my brother.
- 782. You were like a father to me.
- 783. I even called you "Dad."
- 784. How can I kill you?
- 785. Once I cut my leg when we went fishing.
- 786. Remember how you dragged me
ten kilometers home.
- 787. Remember how I was scared
of a catfish?
- 788. And you just laughed at me?
- 789. Remember, Viktor?
- 790. You promised.
- 791. I keep my word.
- 792. And you tell your people. I'll whack
anyone who touches my brother.
- 793. Go.
- 794. It was him who betrayed you.
- 795. - I know.
- Forgive me, brother.
- 796. Relax.
- 797. Where's the money?
- 798. In his briefcase. He took everything.
- 799. You go home. Back to Mama.
- 800. She's old now.
- 801. She needs help.
- 802. Give her the money.
- 803. You'll get a job...
- 804. with the police.
- 805. Uncle Kolya is the chief there.
- 806. He was Dad's classmate, remember?
- 807. They've got an opening.
- 808. But don't take the train.
- 809. Hitchhike out of the city.
- 810. Well, brother?
- 811. Good bye.
- 812. God willing,
we'll see each other sometime.
- 813. Did you forget what I told you, bitch?
- 814. - Pavel—
- Did you forget it?
- 815. - Pavel!
- You forgot?
- 816. I'll break you out of your whoring.
- 817. I'll make that little retard
of yours eat shit!
- 818. Where is he?
Where's that asshole?
- 819. Here I am.
- 820. Mr. Cool Guy is here.
- 821. Brother, how are we going
to share the bitch?
- 822. You're not my brother.
- 823. Pavel!
- 824. Oh, God! Let me see it.
- 825. I will help.
- 826. Pavel, I will help you.
- 827. Easy, easy...
- 828. It's okay, Pavel. Easy...
- 829. Sveta.
- 830. Come on, shoot!
- 831. Kill everybody, come on!
- 832. You're so cool, aren't you?
- 833. Killing a man is so easy for you! Clerk.
- 834. - Sveta.
- Go away. You, get me a towel.
- 835. Sveta, I came for you.
- 836. - Hold on, Pavel.
- I got money.
- 837. Let's leave.
- 838. Easy, Pavel.
- 839. I am going to help you.
- 840. Sveta.
- 841. I told you to leave.
- 842. Don't come here anymore.
- 843. I don't love you.
- 844. Hold on.
- 845. Everything's going to be
- 846. It's okay, Pavel, it's okay.
- 847. I brought you a CD.
- 848. Since you've got money...
- 849. will you give us
any to treat him?
- 850. You see what's going on...
- 851. I look into darkness
- 852. I see the lights
- 853. The steppe out there is on fire
- 854. I see the lights
- 855. I see the flames
- 856. It means a beast is hiding around here
- 857. You said the city is full of power,
- 858. but everyone's weak here.
- 859. The city is full of evil power.
- 860. The strong come here to get weak.
- 861. The city takes away our strength.
- 862. That happened to you, too.
- 863. Here, take this.
- 864. Take it. There's a lot here.
- 865. You'll live a good life.
- 866. What's good for the Russian
is deadly for the German.
- 867. Okay, German,
- 868. good bye.
- 869. Thank you.
- 870. The sparkles die away in the night
The stars are shining on my path
- 871. I am flying and I am sad
out there in the steppe
- 872. Guys, have you seen Kat?
- 873. She is probably in McDonald's.
- 874. If you came to get your money back,
I didn't take it.
- 875. What are you going to do?
- 876. I don't know.
- 877. Maybe I'll go to the Pyramid
or to the Planetarium...
- 878. Though it's expensive there.
- 879. Penkin's performing there today.
- 880. Right now,
it's too early to think about it.
- 881. Pinocchio,
- 882. dish out sixty thousand
and we'll take a hit of acid each.
- 883. And in the evening, I'll treat you nicely.
- 884. I'm leaving town.
- 885. What do you want, then?
- 886. To say good bye.
- 887. Well, see you.
- 888. Take it. Go to the Penkin show.
- 889. What's this for?
- 890. Is this for me, or something?
- 891. Okay, see you.
- 892. Maybe you want something?
- 893. Can I go?
- 894. Came back from the army.
I'm enjoying myself.
- 895. Where did you serve?
- 896. In the HQ.
I was a clerk there, you know...
- 897. And what do you want to be?
- 898. Me?
- 899. Don't know.
- 900. A driver.
- 901. Can I play some music?
- 902. I haven't listened to any for a while.
- 903. Sure thing.
- 904. You're listening to TNT Radio.
- 905. We're coming back to St. Petersburg
from the UK.
- 906. And this next song is for everyone
on the road now.
- 907. The snow's really piled up?
- 908. Yeah.
- 909. Where are you going?
- 910. To Moscow.
- 911. Written and directed by
- 912. Director of Photography
- 913. Music - Vyacheslav Butusov
- 914. Produced by Sergei Selyanov