- 1. Hey... What's that song?
- 2. Cut! Cut!
Who let that creep in here?
- 3. Spongers!
- 4. Throw him the hell out of here!
What do we pay you for?
- 5. - Your name?
- 6. Danila Sergeyevich.
- 7. Born 1975.
Station Street, 22.
- 8. - Place of work?
- Haven't finished being demobbed yet.
- 9. - Where did you serve?
- In the army.
- 10. - Want to work for us?
- 11. You broke their security guy's arm.
And nearly took his eye out.
- 12. If you'd been drunk,
I'd have arrested you.
- 13. Get outta here!
- 14. If you don't get a job within a week,
I'll put you on probation.
- 15. Did I really break his arm?
- 16. No. Just dislocated it.
- 17. And that guy who was screaming?
Who is he?
- 18. The director.
- 19. - So, what was that song?
- "Wings" by Nautilus.
- 20. Sergei Bagrov,
- 21. repeat convictions for burglary.
- 22. He was killed in a prison camp
in January '82.
- 23. He was my classmate.
- 24. Do you have "Wings" by Nautilus?
- 25. Whadda you want? Get out of here,
or I'll call the police.
- 26. You could at least chop wood
rather than sticking your neck out.
- 27. Should've stayed in the army.
- 28. You'll get yourself killed, idiot.
- 29. Playing with those all the time.
- 30. You'll croak in prison
like your good-for-nothing father.
- 31. The only hope I have
is my little Viktor.
- 32. He's a big man there, you know,
- 33. Just look at these. So little.
How cute you all were.
- 34. - Just look.
- I've seen them.
- 35. Take another look.
- 36. You had better go to your
brother in Leningrad.
- 37. I'll die soon, you know,
and he was like father to you.
- 38. He is your blood.
- 39. He is your family.
- 40. My little Viktor.
- 41. If you haven't seen Moscow,
you haven't seen much.
- 42. The Chechen was released.
We need to take him out.
- 43. He grabbed the whole market.
- 44. Says it was his.
He's collecting from our spots.
- 45. At the meet we agreed all peaceful,
like our people don't want war.
- 46. But he and Paramon are close...
- 47. The Chechen's going down!
- 48. Let's say, fifteen.
- 49. You know me. My prices are fair.
- 50. Fifteen...
- 51. That's good money, of course,
but for the Chechen...
- 52. With him I'm risking my skull.
- 53. - How much?
- Twenty, ten up front.
- 54. One week for prepwork?
- 55. Two.
- 56. The Tatar's becoming a wiseguy.
- 57. He took a lot up front.
- 58. You guys hang up at the market day
and night, and keep out of sight.
- 59. Bite off more than you can chew
and you'll wind up in the zoo.
- 60. - Do you have "Wings" by Nautilus?
- No. They go quickly.
- 61. Come by later. We should get
- 62. - Have you anything else?
- Of course.
- 63. Here's "Titanic on the Fontanka"
- 64. And this is "Ten-year Report"
- 65. Their best songs covered by friends.
- 66. How much are they?
- 67. This one's 75,800. The other one's
- 68. How is business, winos?
- 69. Selling watches?
- 70. Well, my cut's fifty now.
- 71. From you, you fucking worm, I said!
- 72. And what did you think?
- 73. - But I haven't sold anything yet!
- I'm confiscating the goods.
- 74. But, sonny, I just...
I haven't sold anything yet.
- 75. - I haven't sold anything!
- What's the difference?
- 76. The city?
The city's a frightening force.
- 77. And the bigger the city,
the stronger it is.
- 78. It sucks you in.
Only the strong can climb out.
- 79. And even so...
- 80. - What's your name?
- 81. - What are you, a Jew?
- I'm German.
- 82. Oh... I'm not wild about Jews...
- 83. - And Germans?
- Germans are okay.
- 84. - What's the difference?
- Why you badgering me about it?
- 85. - The heck is this place?
- My homeland.
- 86. My ancestors lie here.
- 87. Take a seat.
- 88. - Here.
- Hold on.
- 89. What is it?
- 90. I brought something for my brother.
I guess it wasn't to be.
- 91. Oh, gimme some of that...
- 92. She's a doll.
- 93. Hey, girl, what's your name?
- 94. Tickets, please.
- 95. No ticket.
- 96. Tickets, please.
- 97. No ticket.
- 98. Your tickets, please.
- 99. Listen, you Russian or what?
- 100. Listen carefully. No ticket.
- 101. Pay the fine, please.
- 102. What fine?
- 103. You should pay the fine
unless you have a ticket.
- 104. Hey, take a load off your feet.
- 105. Well, if you haven't got tickets,
then you have to pay the fine.
- 106. Hey, don't you understand?
- 107. Come on, come on.
- 108. Pay the fine.
- 109. Brother, don't kill me!
- 110. The money,
take it all, take it!
- 111. Don't kill me, brother!
- 112. You're not my brother,
you blackassed worm!
- 113. - How much is the fine?
- 114. Run!
- 115. Hey, guys!
It's not "Nora", it's "Norah".
- 116. Listen, here's what you should do...
- 117. Bye!
- 118. Man, that's such a cool Walkman!
Let me check it out.
- 119. Why you blasting this crap?
Have you got anything decent?
- 120. - Are you deaf or something?
- 121. Your Walkman's fine,
but you're dressed like a pig.
- 122. You got any acid?
- 123. - Got any dough?
- 124. I'm Kat.
You can always find me here.
- 125. If you get some money, come
here and we'll get high. Bye!
- 126. It's open!
- 127. On your knees! Hands out!
- 128. I'm looking for my brother.
Viktor Bagrov. He lived here.
- 129. I'm his younger brother.
Been in Leningrad two days.
- 130. My mom gave me his address:
Moika 1, apartment 8.
- 131. Well, hello, brother!
- 132. It's not Leningrad,
but St. Petersburg.
- 133. St. Pete's, for short.
A beautiful city, but a province.
- 134. Got to go to Moscow.
All the power's there.
- 135. I'll go to Moscow after I
take take care of some stuff.
- 136. - How's mom?
- 137. Here, she sent you this.
- 138. Drink up. I got some
business to take care of.
- 139. This'll hold you over for a while.
- 140. Get some nice clothes,
rent an apartment or a room.
- 141. Nothing over a hundred for now
and then we'll see.
- 142. - How was the army?
- 143. Mom wrote that you were in the war.
- 144. Nah. I sat things out at HQ.
As a clerk.
- 145. Can you shoot?
- 146. Yeah, they took us out
to the shooting range.
- 147. Hello.
Do you have "Wings" by Nautilus?
- 148. I'll take what you got, then.
- 149. He's an ex-Chechen terrorist.
- 150. They've moved to St. Pete
from Moscow, too.
- 151. Grabbing up everything, brother.
- 152. I already told you about it.
- 153. Took this market.
Now he's squeezing Russians out.
- 154. And I got a piece of the action there.
- 155. So he came down hard. He knows we're
weak now, so he's strangling us.
- 156. He bought off everyone there.
And killed the ones he didn't buy up.
- 157. And so it's my turn, Danny.
If I don't pay...
- 158. So it's either them or us.
That's how it is, brother.
- 159. He loves walking around the
market during the day.
- 160. Inspects his holdings, the creep.
- 161. This is the best place.
- 162. His bodyguards are always with him:
two or three guerillas.
- 163. All darkies. All packing. Beasts.
- 164. All in all, the job's not easy.
- 165. You size things up and think
how you'll make your exit.
- 166. I'd better give the money to you.
Two thousand bucks.
- 167. Don't come to my place anymore,
- 168. If something comes up, give me a ring.
- 169. Here's a barrel and a clip.
That's another six hundred.
- 170. - We'll settle up later.
- Keep it.
- 171. Hello. It's us.
The Tatar wasn't there.
- 172. - How much for potatoes?
- 173. How's business?
- 174. More or less.
- 175. That thug and his pals were
here, looking for you.
- 176. Listen, German. I need a room.
- 177. A small one. Downtown.
In a quiet neighborhood.
- 178. Ask around, will you?
- 179. Here.
- 180. Thanks.
- 181. - Did you find your brother?
- I did.
- 182. - Who is it?
- It's me, Zinka. Open up.
- 183. Zinka? Who the heck's Zinka?
Get outta here, whore.
- 184. Have you lost your fucking mind, old
man? Open up! It's me, Zinka!
- 185. What a fool! His brain's rotted!
- 186. - What do you want?
- I brought you a lodger.
- 187. Get it out.
- 188. Slackers.
- 189. So, old man, you got all mangy here
- 190. Hey, you, kind sir!
- 191. Buy a watermelon.
- 192. - Is it good?
- Sure! Look what a beauty!
- 193. - Ate 7 of those myself yesterday.
- 194. - How much?
- 195. Thanks. Enjoy it!
- 196. Lord! What's going on?
- 197. There, the guy with the watermelon!
- 198. You need help?
- 199. Move along.
I'll find you.
- 200. It wasn't the Tatar. A young guy.
- 201. He did everything first class.
A real pro.
- 202. The Chechen kicked the bucket,
and that guy just walked off.
- 203. He hopped in a yellow tram
and was gone.
- 204. I winged him, the motherfucker.
- 205. But the bitch greased Pinecone.
- 206. Pinecone? Whacked him dead?
- 207. Don't know. They took him
to the hospital.
- 208. Why were you shooting
if it wasn't the Tatar?
- 209. Well, you know, I...
- 210. It's the Tatar we have to pay.
- 211. You shit-for-brains!
- 212. But that the new guy whacked
Pinecone is fine.
- 213. They won't suspect us.
- 214. Well, Tatar!
- 215. In pleasure or in pain,
keeps thinking about the gain.
- 216. We should take you to the hospital.
- 217. I can't go to the hospital, German.
- 218. It's okay, German...
We'll get through.
- 219. Zinka! Zinka!
- 220. If I'd met you outside Kursk in '43...
- 221. - Beat it, old fool. What do you want?
- Come here.
- 222. Go get some more vodka,
- 223. and bandages at the drugstore,
- 224. And antibiotics.
- 225. And get something for Gramps,
so he stops pestering us.
- 226. Okay.
- 227. You're a smart man, German.
- 228. Tell me: what do we live for?
- 229. Well, everyone decides himself.
- 230. There's this saying:
- 231. "What's good for the Russian
is death for the German."
- 232. I live to disprove this.
- 233. Do you have a gal?
- 234. What about Zinka?
- 235. Got a black eye because of her?
- 236. Never mind.
- 237. You're a good man, German.
- 238. They closed the kiosk down.
- 239. Well, let's go.
- 240. What happened to your face?
- 241. Husband.
- 242. Do you need help?
- 243. I'll manage.
- 244. That fellow-traveller you had
the other day, where's he?
- 245. He jumped off.
On the corner of Sredny and 18th.
- 246. - That's a long way.
- 247. Why didn't you call the police?
- 248. He's a good shot.
- 249. Can't argue with that.
- 250. Look, if you lied to me,
I'll punish you.
- 251. Happy is not the man with money, but
the man with a loyal honey.
- 252. Good day.
- 253. Hello! Where you been?
New Nautilus came out.
- 254. It's called "Chinapple".
They've all been snatched up.
- 255. But, on the other hand, there's also...
- 256. I'll take it.
- 257. Tatar? It's me.
- 258. Let's meet.
We have some business to discuss.
- 259. Who did that to you?
- 260. My husband. Whenever he gets drunk...
- 261. They were looking for you.
- 262. I said that you'd
jumped off on Sredny.
- 263. - How's your wound? Healed up?
- Yeah, I'm fine.
- 264. I'm hungry.
- 265. Shall we go to my place?
- 266. And your old man?
- 267. Don't worry about him.
- 268. - What's your name?
- 269. I'm Sveta.
- 270. This is "play".
- 271. This is "stop".
- 272. You can rewind and fastforward.
- 273. And this is volume.
- 274. Got it?
- 275. Got it?
- 276. - Gimme the telephone.
- 277. - The telephone.
- They'll call back.
- 278. Gimme the phone! I need to make a call!
- 279. Husband?
- 280. - Come on, tell me about it.
- Don't want to.
- 281. Hello.
- 282. Hello, brother.
I need money.
- 283. Danny! I looked everywhere for you.
Where are you?
- 284. Hello, brother? The line's bad.
- 285. Call me back: 311-0536. Got it?
- 286. Hello, Danny!
What the hell, bro?
- 287. Where were you?
- 288. Is everything okay?
Come on over now.
- 289. Take a car.
- 290. No. I'm going to a concert today.
Nautilus is playing.
- 291. I'll drop by tomorrow.
- 292. Hey, stop sulking.
- 293. Maybe I'll tell you sometime.
- 294. Let's go, it's starting soon.
- 295. - Hi.
- 296. - Binging on booze?
- 297. - I thought you didn't like this music?
- I like the scene.
- 298. I see you got some new threads.
Did you get a hold of some dough?
- 299. I will tomorrow.
- 300. I know where to get some cool ganja.
Here, call me.
- 301. - Is this your mom?
- 302. Well, okay. Later.
- 303. - Who's the snot?
- An acquaintance.
- 304. You did a fine job, brother.
- 305. You saved my ass and helped people.
- 306. Now only Russians will sell there.
- 307. - What about Germans?
- What about them?
- 308. - Will Germans sell there?
- What Germans?
- 309. - You know, Germans.
- Why Germans?
- 310. I've got a proposal for you, brother.
- 311. Let's open a firm:
"The Bagrov Brothers".
- 312. How's that sound?
- 313. Tell me, do you like it?
- 314. - What will we do?
- Business. Basically everything.
- 315. The thing is that we've got a problem.
- 316. "Roundhead". That's his nickname.
- 317. It's a surprise.
- 318. May I come by?
- 319. Can we listen to your discs
on that thing?
- 320. We can.
- 321. - Which button is "play"?
- The green one.
- 322. - What's this?
- The Nautilus anniversary concert.
- 323. A really rare find.
- 324. There's Shevchuk, Kinchev,
- 325. Hello?
- 326. No, I can't today.
- 327. I'm having a rest.
- 328. I said no!
- 329. I haven't got time to haggle with you.
That's it. Bye.
- 330. Your husband?
- 331. No, that was my co-worker.
She asked me to take her shift.
- 332. Those assholes, they slipped me
a pirated copy.
- 333. Where did you serve?
- 334. At HQ.
- 335. - Who are you?
- I'm Danila. And who're you?
- 336. Me? Pavel Yevgrafovich.
And where's Sveta?
- 337. Sveta?
She's not here.
- 338. Listen to me carefully, Pavel.
- 339. You're going to give me the keys
- 340. and forget this address
and telephone number forever.
- 341. You damn...!
- 342. Why you hitting me in the balls?
- 343. The keys!
- 344. If I see you again, you are dead.
- 345. We'll see about that.
- 346. Kat? Hi. It's Danila.
- 347. Remember, the guy with the Walkman?
- 348. You gave me your number
at the concert.
- 349. You said we'd party if I got money.
- 350. Yeah, I've got money.
- 351. Oh, it's you?
- 352. Had no idea that was you.
- 353. Gimme the dough.
- 354. Here.
- 355. Let's get the party started!
- 356. What they singing about?
- 357. Why the fuck do you care?
They sing like gods.
- 358. I don't like it.
- 359. He gets high on Nautilus,
- 360. Your American music is shit.
- 361. Why you arguing?
I said it's shit.
- 362. So are you. Soon your
America's going to bite it.
- 363. We're going to wipe the smiles
off all your fucking faces.
- 364. You got it?
- 365. - Why you bugging him? He's French.
- Same thing.
- 366. - Do you have contraceptives?
- What for?
- 367. I have no money to pay you back.
- 368. Jean must have some.
- 369. - What's that for?
- So I don't space out.
- 370. Let's go.
- 371. - Hello.
- Danny? Need your help, brother.
- 372. I'm feeling sick. I want you to
take care of something right away.
- 373. Behind the Baltic Hotel,
on Basil's Island, at five.
- 374. There'll be this Volvo. Two guys.
They'll explain everything.
- 375. They are morons, I'm relying on you.
- 376. Brother, I can't right now.
My head is killing me.
- 377. Brother, if you don't help me out,
I'm done for.
- 378. Please.
- 379. This is our common business.
- 380. I can't talk about it on the phone, Danny.
- 381. Take everything with you. Don't
worry about the money. Help me out.
- 382. Okay.
- 383. Hello, thugs!
- 384. Managed to find this
bastard only yesterday.
- 385. Tough one.
Been hiding for almost six months.
- 386. Now he's back,
living with a friend.
- 387. I think we should stand inside
the front door and wait for him.
- 388. All three of us?
- 389. Do you have any aspirin?
- 390. No.
- 391. There's a back entrance to the flat
and an exit up to the attic.
- 392. We can do it there.
- 393. Why are there three of us?
- 394. Me and Flatiron are together...
- 395. Are they packing heat?
- 396. What do you think?
They got a shitload of dough.
- 397. Ring the bell.
- 398. Makar, is that you?
- 399. Shut up!
Get on the floor! Now!
- 400. - Where is he?
- 401. Don't fuck with me!
- 402. He went to the subway to buy some vodka,
he'll be back soon.
- 403. Don't shoot. Please.
- 404. There's no one here.
- 405. Let's deal with this one.
- 406. Flatiron, tie him up.
- 407. You'll get spotted through the window.
- 408. You got any music?
- 409. Got any music?
- 410. Hit the floor!
- 411. Guys, that must be the wrong flat.
I should try the next floor.
- 412. That's the wrong guy.
- 413. Who's that?
- 414. - What's your name?
- 415. Don't be afraid, Stepan.
We won't touch you.
- 416. You be quiet and don't move a muscle.
- 417. Okay.
- 418. - What do you do?
- I'm a director. For Radio One.
- 419. A director? I saw a director once.
He was shooting this video...
- 420. They're all fags.
- 421. Nobody here's going to lay a finger
on you. I give you my word.
- 422. You sit tight.
- 423. We're waiting for a guy.
Once we have a word with him,
- 424. we'll let you go right away.
- 425. Something goes wrong I'll
shoot you in your fucking face.
- 426. Do you happen to have some aspirin?
- 427. No? Too bad.
- 428. Try something funny and
you're fucking dead!
- 429. Say it's your birthday. Your birthday.
- 430. It's my birthday.
- 431. - Is the subway far from here?
- 15 minutes by foot.
- 432. If he's not here in five
minutes, you'll be dead.
- 433. Quiet!
- 434. - Good evening.
- Good evening.
- 435. - Is the party here?
- 436. Slava, I told you it's on the top floor.
- 437. Excuse me.
- 438. I'll be right back.
- 439. Keep it down!
- 440. Bon appetit!
- 441. - Hello, everyone!
- 442. - Watch out, don't fall!
- Give me your hand.
- 443. - Hello!
- 444. What do you want?
- 445. Do you have any aspirin?
- 446. - Got a terrible headache.
- You should drink some vodka.
- 447. No, I need aspirin.
- 448. Okay, follow me.
- 449. Let me through.
- 450. Here, get well.
- 451. May I stay for a bit?
- 452. Sure, take a seat.
- 453. Tried to bail out?
We almost got killed.
- 454. If I wanted to bail out,
I'd have bailed out.
- 455. All right, we'll leave
through the back entrance.
- 456. Flatiron, take care of that one.
- 457. Hold on. I'll do it myself.
- 458. Gimme that.
- 459. A Colt?
- 460. Take it easy.
I gave you my word.
- 461. That's it. It's all over. Let go.
- 462. Come on, come on. Calm down.
- 463. It's all over.
- 464. I'm not very fond of directors.
- 465. Don't get me wrong, you are okay.
- 466. Hey, do you know Butusov?
- 467. I'm a big fan of their music.
- 468. Did they really put out a
new album, "Chinapple"?
- 469. - Do you have it?
- 470. Hey, be a pal and let
me tape it, okay?
- 471. I'm Danila.
- 472. Will you give me a hand?
- 473. May I leave now?
- 474. Let's have a drink.
- 475. Zinka!
- 476. This is my friend, Stepan.
- 477. I better be going.
- 478. Okay.
- 479. Come and stop by.
- 480. Sorry that it turned out this way.
- 481. Why are you looking like that?
- 482. I saved good people.
And that weakling over there too.
- 483. God be your judge.
- 484. German, they're over in
the crypt, by the fence.
- 485. Give them a decent burial.
- 486. - Good day!
- 487. - Your husband home?
- He's on a business trip.
- 488. When hubby's away, the wife does play.
- 489. Be polite and let the guests in.
- 490. I asked you not to deceive your
husband. It's not the Christian way.
- 491. I really don't know where
he lives and what he does.
- 492. Everything's clean.
- 493. He spent two days here.
He found me.
- 494. I kicked him out.
I'm telling you the truth.
- 495. If you like your honey sweet,
you should like the bees indeed.
- 496. Let me go, creeps!
Don't touch me, scum!
- 497. Let me go!
- 498. Ouch! I'll kill you, bitch!
- 499. - Scum!
- Hold still!
- 500. I'll kill the motherfucker!
- 501. Your friends stopped by.
They asked about you.
- 502. I really don't know
who you are and where you live.
- 503. They didn't believe me.
- 504. Their boss, the one with a round mug,
- 505. talked in proverbs.
- 506. Shall we sing a song?
- 507. I'm tone deaf.
- 508. Yeah, I understand.
- 509. So, he served at HQ?
As a clerk?
- 510. First Pinecone, then two more disappeared.
- 511. And now the Mole.
Just like that.
- 512. You live longer, your learn more.
- 513. Hello. Danny, is that you?
- 514. Exactly, brother.
- 515. Good. I'll be there soon
and tell you everything.
- 516. He's coming.
- 517. - What do you want?
- Gramps, sell me your shotgun.
- 518. - A million.
- Bring it out.
- 519. Money up front.
- 520. - Dollars!
- One million and two hundred.
- 521. Bring the shells too.
- 522. Five caliber. For ducks.
- 523. You lie here quietly, I'll let you go.
- 524. All right. I got it.
- 525. Guns on the floor! Hands behind your
heads! Lie down, mugs on the floor!
- 526. Viktor, get up.
- 527. Don't shoot, brother. Please.
- 528. Sure, brother. Come on,
get up, it's over.
- 529. Forgive me, brother.
Don't shoot, please. Don't kill me.
- 530. Brother. You're my brother.
You were like a father to me.
- 531. I called you Daddy.
- 532. You remember how I cut my leg
when we went fishing?
- 533. You carried me home all the way.
- 534. Remember how I got scared of a catfish?
And you laughed at me.
- 535. You promised.
- 536. I keep my word.
- 537. And you tell your people I'll whack
whoever touches my brother.
- 538. Go.
- 539. - It was him who betrayed you.
- I know.
- 540. - Forgive me, brother.
- Cut it out.
- 541. Where's the money?
- 542. In his briefcase.
The asshole took everything.
- 543. You should go home. To Mom.
- 544. She's old. She needs help.
- 545. Here's some for her.
- 546. Get a job, with the police.
- 547. Uncle Kolya is the chief there,
- 548. he was Dad's classmate.
- 549. You'll be okay.
- 550. Don't take the train.
- 551. Hitchhike out of the city.
- 552. Well, brother? So long.
- 553. I hope we'll see each other sometime.
- 554. You forgot, bitch?
- 555. Did you forget what I told you?
- 556. - Did you?
- 557. I'll kick your slutty ass!
- 558. I'll make your loverboy eat shit!
- 559. Where is he?
Where's that asshole?
- 560. I'm here.
- 561. Tough guy is here.
- 562. Well, brother, how we gonna
split the bitch?
- 563. You're not my brother.
- 564. Pavel!
- 565. Take your hands off it!
Hold on, hold on.
- 566. It's okay, Pavel, it's okay.
- 567. Quiet, quiet.
It's okay, Pavel.
- 568. Sveta!
- 569. Come on, shoot!
- 570. You're so tough!
- 571. Someone else's life means nothing to you.
- 572. - Sveta!
- Get out!
- 573. Get me a towel.
- 574. Sveta, I came for you.
- 575. I got money. Let's leave!
- 576. Quiet, Pavel, quiet.
We'll take care of you.
- 577. - Sveta!
- I told you to leave.
- 578. Don't come here anymore.
- 579. I don't love you.
- 580. It's okay, Pavel.
Everything's going to be fine.
- 581. I brought you a disc.
- 582. The money... since you got it...
give some... for treatment.
- 583. You see how it is...
- 584. You said cities hold all the force,
but everyone's weak here.
- 585. The city is a dark force. The strong
come here and become weak.
- 586. The city takes our strength.
- 587. It got to you too.
- 588. Here, take this.
- 589. What is it? Take it. There's a lot here.
Have a life.
- 590. What's good for the Russian
is death for the German.
- 591. Okay, German, farewell.
- 592. Thank you.
- 593. Guys, have you seen Kat?
- 594. Look in McDonald's.
- 595. If it's because of the dough, you're
wasting your time. I didn't take it.
- 596. - What are you going to do?
- I don't know.
- 597. I may go to the Pyramid, or to the
Planetarium, although it's posh.
- 598. Penkin's playing today.
- 599. It's too early anyways.
- 600. Pinocchio, dish out 60k for acid.
- 601. Tonight I'll treat you to something, too.
- 602. I'm leaving town.
- 603. What did you want, then?
- 604. - To say goodbye.
- Bye, then.
- 605. Take it. Go see Penkin.
- 606. You serious?
- 607. You giving it away?
- 608. Bye, then.
- 609. Maybe you need something?
- 610. Well, I'm off.
- 611. I've just been discharged.
- 612. Where did you serve?
- 613. At HQ, I sat it out as a clerk, you know...
- 614. What do you want to be?
- 615. Me? Don't know.
- 616. May I turn on some music?
- 617. Haven't listened to anything for a while.
- 618. Go ahead.
- 619. Now that's a lot of snow!
- 620. Yeah.
- 621. Where you headed?
- 622. Moscow.
- 623. Written and directed by
- 624. Director of photography
- 625. Music by
- 626. Production designer
- 627. Danila
- 628. Danila's Brother
- 629. Sveta
- 630. Kat
- 631. German