- 1. Late winter, 1953. The lives of nearly half
the planet lay in Joseph Stalin's hands.
- 2. Marshal Beria, Interior Minister, spied
on entire nations through his pince-nez,
- 3. as thousands were exiled
to endless camps and prisons.
- 4. State-sanctioned anti-Semitism was rife,
permeating daily life.
- 5. The "Doctors' Plot" show trials were
staged to undermine Jewish influence.
- 6. Yet, still, we lived, we loved,
and we were proud of our country.
- 7. No one even dreamt that the monster
of Stalinism was entering its final days...
- 8. The hero of this film, Klensky, a military
doctor, falls victim to the "Doctors' Plot".
- 9. The KGB instigate a conspiracy involving
a double in order to cover up his exile.
- 10. "Same as it evermore shall be,
And as it was of old,
- 11. "A horsie and a little boy
Battle with the cold..."
- 12. My whole life, I thought
my grandma wrote those lines.
- 13. But she wasn't a poet.
- 14. Back in the day, our street was lined
with Persian lilacs.
- 15. Then, suddenly, they disappeared.
- 16. But people hardly ever remember.
- 17. Not that they died.
They just forgot, that's all.
- 18. On that last night of February, 1953,
a stoker at a fur shop...
- 19. So, this stoker, Fedya Aramyshev,
known as The Condom...
- 20. If you please.
- 21. Funny, that.
- 22. Grab his belt!
- 23. I didn't see anything!
- 24. Guys, I was just passing by!
- 25. Hello!
- 26. Call the furrier's!
Tell them their stoker has been held up!
- 27. "A purple negro
hands you your cloak."
- 28. - Purple? Why purple?
- How do I know? Just purple!
- 29. Shut it, bastards!
- 30. Caretaker, lock the door.
- 31. Right, stay put till they come for you,
or I'll rip your tongue out,
- 32. stuff it up your ass,
and pack you off to the moon!
- 33. OK, got it.
- 34. Got it, comrade.
- 35. where that parrot squawks...
- 36. Ein moment!
- 37. I lost my Burei watch.
- 38. Before the Revolution,
all watches were called Burei.
- 39. Dreams, dreams, dreams.
- 40. Shit! Shit!
- 41. This is me, back then...
- 42. KHRUSTALYOV, MY CAR!
- 43. Hey, stop!
- 44. Stop, you shithead!
Come here, shithead!
- 45. You what?
Who are you calling shithead?
- 46. I'll get you for calling me shithead!
- 47. I was calling a doctor!
- 48. You stinking shithead!
- 49. Stop calling me shithead, got it?
- 50. Piss off!
- 51. I'm not Russian, I'm Finnish,
but I write for a workers' newspaper.
- 52. - Allow me to shake your hand.
- How about my foot?
- 53. And I'm the shithead?
- 54. Everyone on their feet.
- 55. Dr Marmeladova, Hospital Six.
I'll take charge. Move along!
- 56. Stand up with your head tilted back.
- 57. Why wear rubber boots in winter?
- 58. I'm in boots and you've got an umbrella.
- 59. But look where it got you!
- 60. There was this vet,
and he fell into a stupor.
- 61. You should use a stick,
not a frame.
- 62. And this?
Your whole bed reeks of salami.
- 63. I can't keep my fantasies in check!
- 64. Leave it!
- 65. fell into a stupor.
- 66. His wife thought he'd...
- 67. What are you doing?
- 68. Idiot! I'm checking
if it smells of mothballs.
- 69. What? What?
- 70. So, Nadezhda,
let's go over the accounts.
- 71. What did you buy
at Yeliseyev's yesterday?
- 72. Aleksei, bring my ink pencil.
- 73. - Too late for the bathroom.
- But we need to go!
- 74. That's what happens
when you sleep too long, nieces!
- 75. Kolya, is your car running?
Take me to the workhouse, now!
- 76. Breakfast's cancelled.
We're off to the workhouse.
- 77. Get in the cupboard!
- 78. My cousins are Jews
and we're Russian.
- 79. Their parents were exiled
to Pechory in the north.
- 80. Bloody hell, Aleksei!
- 81. Get up on the stove, Mother!
- 82. They're electric.
- 83. A purple negro...
What sort of color is that?
- 84. Like this.
- 85. Your daddy.
- 86. Everyone, get out! Forward march!
- 87. Tell him what I told you.
- 88. Tanya!
- 89. Off you go!
- 90. - The Tsar sleeps.
- 91. I'm very grateful.
- 92. I'll hang myself.
- 93. Thank you very much.
- 94. You'd turn my girls in to the police.
- 95. As for your feminine dignity,
in parting, I'd like to say
- 96. that the whole house is laughing
behind your back!
- 97. Remember, Natasha, we're not slaves.
- 98. Come on, Funtik! They're all scum!
- 99. Tea?
- 100. - Aleksei, is the parrot squawking?
- Sure. He'd outcrow a cockerel.
- 101. Dinner's on the table.
- 102. Kissing a lady smoker
is like licking an ashtray.
- 103. Hush, monkeys!
- 104. The Northern Lights pierce
the heavens like fiery sabers.
- 105. But in spring they are no more.
- 106. Poetry floats up in my memory like
sailboats in the fog, along with salami.
- 107. Who needs the Northern Lights?
Thank God for the general.
- 108. Here, have one with cheese,
and one with salami.
- 109. Did you read the article
in the Red Star, you toad?
- 110. Well, who read the article
in the Red Star?
- 111. Did you read it?
Ha! You can't even read!
- 112. Let us repeat it,
so our voice may be heard
- 113. by all progressives on earth.
- 114. We are not against the Jews.
We are against Zionists.
- 115. Nations are equal.
Ideologies are not.
- 116. To confuse these concepts
would be criminal!
- 117. Then it can be interpreted
in alternative ways.
- 118. For example, my dad's in the Navy,
and there are no Zionists in the Navy.
- 119. Stop it, you little buggers!
- 120. You're a bunch of despicable rascals!
- 121. You bastards! I'll fight the lot of you!
- 122. Not till first blood, to the death!
- 123. Leave your buttons, you idiot!
- 124. Every single button!
Where are they, you bastards?
- 125. Let go! You're hurting me!
- 126. Is this your medal?
- 127. Feet together. Take off your hat.
- 128. You're drunk on cognac!
I'm fed up of living with you!
- 129. Thank you!
- 130. Limousines should be black.
- 131. Attention!
- 132. Comrade Major General
of the medical corps!
- 133. Cadet, you've got ink on your face.
- 134. Attention!
- 135. Up and over!
- 136. Comrade officers!
- 137. - Potty!
- 138. - Comrades, patients.
- Shura, the hat. Wait for me.
- 139. - This what you wanted, Shura?
- 140. I said get out!
- 141. - Shura, I swear...
- Yuri, I'm embarrassed.
- 142. I'd even be a strongman
in a circus! It's funny.
- 143. Attention!
- 144. My father was a doctor
in charge of a major clinic.
- 145. He performed open brain surgery.
- 146. Give me the key.
- 147. I dreamt of a bird.
What's that a sign of, Comrade General?
- 148. Sorrow? Or maybe a letter,
- 149. No, the pipes are rusty. It's sealed
from the other side with huge nails!
- 150. - A chair for the general!
- So, how do you get in?
- 151. Through the laundry room.
- 152. Get an axe!
- 153. But why would you even have an axe?
- 154. Comrade officers!
- 155. Right. That's it, then.
- 156. Yuri, you won't believe it!
- 157. - Is it a Horn?
- No, a Lepage!
- 158. - Home-made trigger, though.
- No, it isn't.
- 159. Yuri, it's about Shura.
- 160. I don't hand out dismissals,
they're sent to me.
- 161. - But something can be done.
- Then do it!
- 162. What, with my ugly mug?
- 163. In my clinic, seventeen officers
have mugs like yours.
- 164. Hold on, Yuri!
How many Mordovians do you have?
- 165. I'm the city's best anesthesiologist!
You'll regret it!
- 166. You'll shame us all! Go and be
a circus strongman while you can!
- 167. Attention! About turn!
- 168. About turn! About turn!
- 169. Forward! March!
- 170. Get me the head of Wing 1 in here,
with an axe!
- 171. - Need any cats?
- Get lost!
- 172. Sorry.
- 173. Shoo! Make yourselves scarce!
- 174. What is it?
- 175. What?
- 176. The slippers.
- 177. I lost my wedding ring,
that's the trouble.
- 178. Yuri, let sleeping dogs lie.
- 179. To hell with the axe.
- 180. You bastard!
- 181. So, if you find the ring...
- 182. - Send "Death" to Ward 11!
- A stretcher's on the way!
- 183. Show me his helmet, Ivan!
- 184. Shot right through. Totally mangled.
- 185. What are you doing, Yuri?
- 186. Hit the beast in the schnoz!
- 187. Yuri!
- 188. Come out!
Yuri, can you hear me?
- 189. That's so inconsiderate of you.
I'm going nuts!
- 190. To cap it all, Igor's missing.
Can you hear me?
- 191. Of course you can.
- 192. God, I'm an idiot.
- 193. Why all the fuss, Yuri Georgievich?
Just ask and I'll explain.
- 194. Cadets, follow me!
- 195. My pen is leaking all over my hand.
- 196. Cadets, follow me!
- 197. - Best gift for the enemy.
- Why the enemy?
- 198. Look me in the eye! Good boy!
- 199. Cadets are freeing crows
from the traps. It's disgusting.
- 200. First bell!
- 201. Go ahead, old man!
- 202. Second bell!
- 203. Hold that.
- 204. Step aside, Vanya!
- 205. Crows in gas masks.
- 206. - "Death", is that you?
- Who's asking?
- 207. The general!
Unauthorized overtime prohibited, Death!
- 208. I'm Death, Comrade General!
- 209. Death working overtime...
- 210. Give me the key, Vanya.
- 211. is in poor taste.
- 212. What a thought. Follow me!
- 213. OK, I admit it. It's the son
of the late washerwoman.
- 214. But why in the enema room?
- 215. - Peter Piper picked...
a peck of pickled peppers.
- 216. - Klava lost a finger.
- OK, but why the enema room?
- 217. - Patient Stakun, age 42.
- Well, how do you feel?
- 218. And yourself?
- 219. It's the Man in the Iron Mask.
- 220. Yuri Georgievich is so funny.
- 221. Should have made him
shave off the moustache.
- 222. I asked him to. Your cigars.
- 223. Here!
- 224. - Puff on it, but don't inhale.
- Come on in, folks!
- 225. Where do we do the enemas now, eh?
- 226. - Was? Smells like shit.
- Really? Yuck!
- 227. - Give them here.
- Vanin, come in.
- 228. What we have here is lead poisoning,
resulting in cerebral edema.
- 229. Back where you were!
- 230. Not conducive to life, Zhenya?
- 231. Not conducive to life!
- 232. Nevertheless...
- 233. Excuse me, lady, but beddie-byes.
- 234. - They're top-class cigars.
- This is for you!
- 235. Couldn't find the right lid.
- 236. - What a catastrophe!
- That's one for the doctors.
- 237. The Iron Mask...
- 238. That Munchausen tells lies twice a day!
- 239. It's cognac, not tea. He loves it.
- 240. Have a look.
- 241. Tan, teeth.
- 242. - Stop it.
- Don't look.
- 243. - Enough!
- Pas de trois degenerato.
- 244. - Stop it!
- 245. I want this shit gone by lunchtime,
- 246. Clear off!
- 247. - The sun.
- Frosts are coming.
- 248. You're just a drunk
in a general's uniform!
- 249. Brothers, he's not Klensky! I am!
- 250. Patient, patient!
- 251. Nobody dies out of spite.
- 252. Real Krasnodar tea with lemon.
- 253. Frosts are coming.
- 254. Patient, patient!
- 255. It's a circus.
The full horse-drawn job!
- 256. A typical frontal lober, Comrade General!
- 257. They're all shits. Very stupid.
- 258. I'm sure it's a frontal lobe tumor,
- 259. We can go through Ophthalmology
without breaking the door down.
- 260. - Who brought him in? You?
- That's a sock!
- 261. - I'm a speech therapist.
- Who asked you?
- 262. I only said it was a sock.
- 263. Yuri, I'll get your coffee.
- 264. I'll sound the bottom of the ocean
- 265. High up above the clouds I'll climb
- 266. All that's earthly I will give you
- 267. An ice rose.
- 268. Other nations and states
- 269. as they step aside
and give the right of way.
- 270. - Others...
- So what if they're others?
- 271. Don't forget your friend.
- 272. Six cold cuts and two cognacs.
- 273. - Why is he crying?
- He cries whenever they play.
- 274. I'll chop his head off!
- 275. He's drawn willies everywhere.
Of huge proportions, to boot!
- 276. Now, my friend,
drink to the great Armenian people!
- 277. - And to the great Tat people.
- It's a nation, not a people.
- 278. - A nation?
- 279. - So you're a people, but we're a nation?
- 280. You're a people, but we're a nation?
- 281. Yes. "But you, wild rover,
pray for tempests,
- 282. "As if in tempests there was peace!"
- 283. - I think the Tat are a people.
- The shame of it!
- 284. Sorry, but I won't accept the ram.
- 285. Take it away!
What do we need it for?
- 286. Sasha, meet my family.
- 287. My son, a real hero.
Sharp as a tack!
- 288. My nose!
- 289. Once a dumb Americanus
stuck a finger up his anus!
- 290. Now I'll sing!
- 291. A Yank!
- 292. Yours has a ribbon!
- 293. A ribbon.
- 294. Mom mixes them up, too!
- 295. Have a cushion.
It's a bone-shaker.
- 296. Come back tomorrow.
- 297. Once a dumb Americanus
stuck a finger up his anus!
- 298. Quiet, all of you! It's a lion roaring!
- 299. Once a dumb Americanus
stuck a finger up his anus!
- 300. Donkey!
- 301. Just a blue-eyed schoolgirl...
- 302. A pedestrian!
- 303. Get the fuck out of here!
- 304. Goddamn it!
- 305. Always in the way,
you son of a bitch!
- 306. Let's go! You shithead!
- 307. My cabbages!
- 308. I'll kill you, you bastard!
Get out! Get out!
- 309. I can't!
- 310. Pretty boy.
- 311. You stinkers.
- 312. Munch on this.
Got your galoshes on? Good.
- 313. Open your umbrella!
- 314. - Who are you?
- 315. Sonya.
- 316. I'll throw myself under a car.
- 317. - It's a bathhouse.
- I'm a hygienist.
- 318. Get washed!
- 319. But why Marmeladova?
- 320. My parents have provincial tastes.
- 321. Where's Fofan?
- 322. Where's Fofan, you bastard?
- 323. You old cow!
- 324. The key from under the barrel, please.
- 325. Bitch.
- 326. This will hurt a bit.
But not here. Here.
- 327. Scum.
- 328. I was going to go and visit someone.
- 329. A lovely nose!
- 330. - I'm Pinocchio!
- Ballerina Ulanova, more like!
- 331. I've been there three times, but it always
feels like somebody's watching me.
- 332. - Because they are!
- I thought so.
- 333. An umbrella in winter.
- 334. This bathhouse is a recess of hell.
- 335. A bit like me, eh, Sonya?
- 336. Got the money for a taxi?
- 337. Yes.
- 338. Listen, Sonya, whatever it's like here.
If not here, then nowhere.
- 339. So, I'll be off, then.
- 340. Think it's normal to live
in a bathhouse and never wash?
- 341. I'll leave you!
- 342. Sonya! They aren't washed!
Please don't, Sonya.
- 343. Sasha, I'm so scared.
- 344. Let's go.
- 345. Who else lives here?
- 346. Troops, move out!
- 347. Funtik, if only Aleksei could get an A.
- 348. So, I have to sign
your real report card.
- 349. But it wasn't me who wrote
"I'll crush the bastards".
- 350. You should use a stick,
not a frame.
- 351. Who let him have this saber?
- 352. Who let him?
- 353. Was it you, idiot?
- 354. Merchants' sons used to forge IOUs,
but there are trade schools now.
- 355. You can get into duels
when you're a general!
- 356. I think you're not well.
- 357. But there are trade schools.
- 358. Give the soldiers their cake.
- 359. Look me in the eye.
- 360. "The kettle belched steam
like a locomotive."
- 361. You've got a real mongoloid face.
Only good for Jew-bashing. Tea!
- 362. Maybe I should punish you?
- 363. - Shall I punish him?
- 364. Want some of my tea?
- 365. What have you done with the cake?
- 366. What have you done
with the cake?
- 367. - What have you done with it?
- 368. Remember, Yuri?
It was like a Christmas tree.
- 369. - Up on the stove, Mother.
- Your soldiers knocked a bucket over.
- 370. I remember so much.
What a pity it'll vanish when I'm gone.
- 371. Just like Gulya.
- 372. May I see the military doctor,
- 373. Dad!
- 374. Yuri Georgievich,
I'd have recognized you in a crowd.
- 375. I bring warm greetings
from your sister,
- 376. who is a professor in Stockholm.
- 377. I know this is a bad time,
but your mother...
- 378. - Put on yourjacket.
- Go to your room, please.
- 379. You pig!
- 380. I've got you! I don't have any sisters
in Stockholm, or Ryazan.
- 381. Must be hard,
getting knocked about at work.
- 382. - This is from Gulya.
- I don't want to know.
- 383. Polina!
Your scarf's got caught.
- 384. Get out, you little shit!
- 385. Polina! Why's all this riff-raff
loitering around on the landing?
- 386. Shame on you!
- 387. Hello, Varvara Semyonovna.
- 388. Hello, Dreiden sisters.
- 389. Like in a dream?
- 390. Mother's thumb is twitching.
- 391. Shall I take you home?
- 392. Can I have that sweet
to go with my tea?
- 393. Did you know that my esteemed mother
knew Anna Pavlovna Kern?
- 394. - It's Petrovna!
- 395. - Petrovna.
- 396. Yuri, I'm losing my mind.
- 397. Hitler! Goebbels!
Hitler and Goebbels!
- 398. Jailbird bitches!
- 399. - Give me the glue!
- Bitches! Get back in your cupboard!
- 400. We saw what you were doing
with your willy!
- 401. Get in your cupboard!
- 402. Damn the pair of you!
- 403. "... a stone scorched
by a tear of passion,
- 404. "burnt through by an inhuman tear!"
- 405. A grown boy with general's stripes.
A drunken boy!
- 406. May I introduce my husband,
almost Karamazov: Dmitry.
- 407. Here, to stop your nose festering.
- 408. Hi!
- 409. I was at a double suicide.
A man and a woman, very old.
- 410. Go straight to the hotel,
don't look back.
- 411. You'll get your passport
before your flight.
- 412. I've got a headache.
- 413. Their love must have been
- 414. Stop!
- 415. Listen, I can't get into the hotel
without my passport!
- 416. Hey, stop whining,
you with your limp thingy,
- 417. or whatever you lot call it!
- 418. There's a train down there.
- 419. Go straight!
- 420. Yes!
- 421. Woof! Woof!
- 422. Yes, right here!
- 423. Boy, I need to see your father.
- 424. He needs to hear this!
- 425. You don't get it, you idiot!
- 426. Enough. Enough.
- 427. What have you done?
- 428. One, two, three...
- 429. - The idiot bit me.
- 430. Piss off.
- 431. Five!
- 432. We need stones.
- 433. I found a Burei watch!
- 434. Go on, Vovik! Go on, Vovik!
- 435. Spill a drop and I'll hang myself!
- 436. Look, a general!
- 437. "Dance the tango!
I adore its flow.
- 438. "Let me believe in your love."
- 439. Shut your cakehole!
- 440. Seryoga, a beer for the general!
- 441. Some fish, Comrade General?
- 442. General, general.
It's a general!
- 443. "A flower of love has blossomed
in my tender heart."
- 444. Enough of that!
- 445. You've got a heart of stone!
- 446. General, general!
- 447. Didn't you like it?
He didn't like it.
- 448. General, general...
- 449. Here!
- 450. The place is crawling with bedbugs.
- 451. It takes one to know one.
- 452. Your flat is a palace.
- 453. Gosh, your cat's huge.
- 454. The old man's shat himself.
Go and see to him.
- 455. Our Lyova's whining pathetically,
- 456. "I could eat the lot of you!"
- 457. What kind of tea is that?
- 458. The general's secret tea!
- 459. Make way for the artistes!
- 460. If you'd have put your mind to it,
we could've had a Tolstoy.
- 461. Lev, I mean.
There were three of them.
- 462. We're off to the circus!
- 463. The circus! To Leningrad!
- 464. To work as donkeys.
- 465. The whole "Mighty Five"
could be performing here for you.
- 466. - The binge is over.
- Good. Better stop the rest, too.
- 467. I shout "Binge! Binge! Binge!"
Brother, and off I fly!
- 468. And off he flew!
- 469. Birdbrain!
- 470. Achintseva, tidy up.
- 471. - And the mirror.
- 472. As a special exception.
- 473. - Attack! Advance!
- A slice of salami.
- 474. She broke Misha's piggy bank.
- 475. - How can I help you?
- As a special exception...
- 476. The director's lost weight.
Stop. Red light.
- 477. He's lost weight.
- 478. You're a doctor,
but you don't take care of yourself.
- 479. Go to hell.
- 480. You haven't lost any bloody weight.
- 481. That was extremely productive,
- 482. Four busted spokes.
- 483. - We're not wanted here.
- Shall I play "Cornflowers"?
- 484. Just give me a troika
as swift as a bird!
- 485. "Cornflowers, cornflowers,
- 486. "myriad-strewn in the fields
- 487. "Remember, down by the river"
- 488. It's an animal circus.
- 489. Well?
- 490. Have some more.
- 491. You're a pig.
- 492. What's this horseshoe for?
- 493. Straightening.
- 494. You do "The Bronze Horseman" better.
- 495. He only sings Pushkin well,
I tell you.
- 496. - Here.
- 497. Like when we were kids.
- 498. I'm coming.
- 499. Bastard. Swine.
Always sticking your nose in.
- 500. Get that away from the table!
- 501. Get it away from the grapes,
I tell you!
- 502. - How lovely!
- 503. Thank you.
- 504. Come on, boy.
- 505. Don't sleep, my white dove.
- 506. Remember that children's story,
- 507. where they brought
a man's shadow to life?
- 508. It was like his double.
Any idea why?
- 509. Delicious perfume!
- 510. They found a huge tumor, but he was
still going on about "Cornflowers".
- 511. Imagine the obituary:
- 512. "Top longevity expert dead at 52."
- 513. - Who's dead?
- A great talent.
- 514. Almost a genius.
Close both doors.
- 515. Stop getting the dog drunk, you thug.
- 516. You-know-who was promised
- 517. Who's left at the circus now? I am.
Hello, Krusty. Hello, Kranky.
- 518. Well, why not go for 150 or 500?
- 519. Nobody believes it, anyhow.
- 520. Come here, boy.
- 521. I've seen much more than all of you.
- 522. Patients in agony, begging for death,
- 523. stinking to high heaven.
You know that stench!
- 524. And they still don't believe it.
- 525. If only one of them did.
- 526. But no.
- 527. Tolstoy wrote about premonitions of death.
There were three.
- 528. Who's a good boy, then?
- 529. Off you go.
- 530. What's the matter?
- 531. When Nero dies, my dear,
the executions begin.
- 532. Then who'll care about
some piddling little doctors?
- 533. Delicious perfume.
- 534. Or is it soap?
- 535. What's up with you?
- 536. Here, hold this.
- 537. Now, you listen to me.
- 538. Don't you dare talk about Him
like that in my house.
- 539. You're a cynic!
- 540. A pervert!
- 541. You got a sick old dog drunk!
- 542. Maybe he's better off drunk.
How would you know?
- 543. Don't you dare!
- 544. You daft mare!
- 545. So, you remember that children's story,
- 546. where they brought
a man's shadow to life?
- 547. Any idea why? Why? Why?
- 548. - Let go! Stop lying!
- I saw it!
- 549. Let me go! Yuri! My eyes!
- 550. - I heard it!
- Get off me! Go to hell!
- 551. You idiot!
- 552. Yuri, you're sick!
- 553. Yuri, you're a doctor.
You have to admit it.
- 554. You're sick.
- 555. Get out of here!
I've stepped on a drawing pin, Zhenya!
- 556. Just a minute.
- 557. Did you see that shirt
Weinstein was wearing?
- 558. Like the Jewish guest in "Sadko".
- 559. Wait.
- 560. I'm sorry.
- 561. Well, Kamburov?
- 562. The silver salt cellar.
- 563. Four spokes, Uncle Yuri.
- 564. Damn it.
- 565. Swing, hook, uppercut!
- 566. Need to work on yourjab.
- 567. Yourjab!
- 568. The dog is drunk.
- 569. It's outrageous.
- 570. Halt! What's this?
They put us to bed at nine!
- 571. I'll report it to the marshal!
- 572. I'm off to catch my death of cold
in a snowdrift!
- 573. And those musicians!
- 574. If he loves you,
he'll love your child, too.
- 575. So what?
- 576. The witching hour.
The demon Viy's eyelids have been raised.
- 577. Look, your brake lights are out.
- 578. I'm not going. You've been drinking.
Where's your sweater?
- 579. Speaking of eyelids,
Comrade General, my eye.
- 580. That doesn't fit my profile.
- 581. Go and give this note
directly to Natasha.
- 582. Where do you run off to
- 583. Got a friend in Moscow?
- 584. What's wrong with my profile?
- 585. Comrade General, I wanted to ask...
- 586. That vet who fell into a stupor, he...
- 587. But I left money in the car!
A fine general you are!
- 588. Anybody can yell!
- 589. Keep me on a lead
and I'll show you barking!
- 590. - Comrade General is in...
- Shh! The flock are asleep!
- 591. My head hurts.
- 592. What?
- 593. The general is in the clinic,
wearing a hat.
- 594. Greetings, soldiers!
- 595. "Don't leave."
- 596. - Ah, Death!
- Comrade General, the duty officer.
- 597. - Don't crush my angels.
- It's a mousetrap.
- 598. - That's how they are.
- Comrade General!
- 599. Go and fetch the doctor on duty!
- 600. A goldfinch perched upon a thistle,
much inclined to wet his whistle...
- 601. Need to wait an hour and,
if nothing happens, go to bed and forget it.
- 602. A goldfinch perched upon a thistle,
much inclined to wet his whistle...
- 603. A lead.
- 604. Tranquillizers.
- 605. My ring.
- 606. I have Anzhelika,
and she has a husband. Funny, that.
- 607. A goldfinch perched
upon a thistle...
- 608. If it catches in the branches,
things'll turn out fine.
- 609. There's a barber's,
but I'm out of luck...
- 610. Give me the bucket.
- 611. Get out!
- 612. Quick march!
- 613. I'm an idiot, Varvara Semyonovna!
An idiot! It was so immature!
- 614. How's your mother?
- 615. Varvara Semyonovna,
can you put me up for the night?
- 616. That's ether.
- 617. And tomorrow,
buy me a civilian jacket and trousers?
- 618. That's all.
- 619. What a nightmare!
- 620. That means there won't be
any water tomorrow, Mother!
- 621. - What a nightmare.
- What did you say?
- 622. Blink your eyes.
You need to blink.
- 623. - I'm sorry. I'm not feeling too well.
- 624. I'm sorry.
- 625. I'm not feeling very well.
- 626. The cat's sniffing it.
- 627. Go on, live, brother!
- 628. I'm dying my curtains.
- 629. Blink, Varvara.
- 630. Don't forget,
your mother had an attack. Blink!
- 631. Your pants are on backwards,
all threadbare and wet.
- 632. How did that happen?
- 633. Imagine this: Here I am...
- 634. Mocha coffee from Orinoco.
- 635. As I was saying...
- 636. None of that!
- 637. So, here I am, a fat old maid.
- 638. - They'll be a lovely color.
- Let me finish.
- 639. A spinster with sinusitis.
- 640. Now suppose this fatty is in love
with a handsome general...
- 641. - Why "suppose"?
- You fool!
- 642. Sorry.
- 643. So, he comes round, saying,
- 644. - I never said that.
- How's she meant to feel?
- 645. She feels nothing!
- 646. Dreaming of Turgenev women,
- 647. Let me go!
- 648. Stop!
- 649. Turgenev women are everywhere,
- 650. I'm on a binge, see.
You saw my trousers.
- 651. No idea whose coat this is.
The owner will kill me.
- 652. I went fishing, then back home.
Got a match?
- 653. Shut up! If you keep on banging,
I'll move to Kratovo!
- 654. Right!
- 655. And if I let you go,
I'll destroy myself.
- 656. That's it.
- 657. So, you teach Russian...
- 658. Now look what you've done.
Just a tick.
- 659. - Smells of coffee.
- It's from the pot.
- 660. Yes.
- 661. He fell in the bathtub,
trying to catch your zander.
- 662. Bloody thing!
- 663. See that?
- 664. Degenerate!
- 665. The zander scared him.
He nearly died.
- 666. It's a carp, not a zander.
- 667. Anyway, two women were sawing rails,
then they sat in the snow,
- 668. singing, "Darling, give me a baby.
Baby hands, baby feet, baby curls!"
- 669. That's what I'd like from you.
- 670. I want someone like you
to father my child.
- 671. Don't look.
- 672. What am I? A prize bull?
- 673. Yes, with a few differences.
- 674. Such as?
- 675. For one, it seems you're not long
for this world.
- 676. Secondly, it'd be risky for me, too.
- 677. Don't look!
- 678. One good turn deserves another.
- 679. Watch out for the spring.
- 680. My feet are cold.
They'll warm up.
- 681. That's not alcohol.
- 682. That's redcurrant.
- 683. Are we making love
or doing an abortion?
- 684. General or local anesthetic?
- 685. I'm old and tired,
trousers on backwards.
- 686. - I'll sleep over there.
- That's my place!
- 687. Maybe you should love someone else?
- 688. - That astronomer is very nice.
- He's an idiot.
- 689. I'm not up to this.
- 690. If you taught biology,
this would be easier.
- 691. Give me a hand.
- 692. That's right.
- 693. Nature has blessed us with love play.
- 694. That's it.
- 695. Fine! I'm going to sleep.
- 696. Pushkin wrote, "And at last,
share my flame against your will."
- 697. - He was a negro!
- Move your legs! I'm getting up!
- 698. - Let me go!
- Hold on.
- 699. Am I supposed to dance naked,
beating a drum?
- 700. Disgraceful!
- 701. Wait a minute!
- 702. You're treading on the pillow!
- 703. I nearly died, just like your cat.
- 704. Take off your nightshirt.
- 705. Hang on.
- 706. I should spread my legs, right?
- 707. - Like this?
- 708. It hurts, but I'll put up with it.
- 709. Ouch!
- 710. Son, Aleksei, aged 12-and-a-half.
- 711. Residence permit 010643.
- 712. - Hello.
- Want some ice cream?
- 713. But that's sugar!
- 714. Pop it in your mouth,
stick your bum out the window,
- 715. and it'll be cold and sweet!
- 716. Tell him to give me my tea back!
- 717. Landlord's mother.
- 718. Don't worry. Give us the bag,
and he'll give you your tea.
- 719. Give granny her tea back!
- 720. Give me tea!
- 721. Bela and Yelena Solomonovna Dreiden.
Special exiles. Permits revoked.
- 722. Here since September 8th.
- 723. Give the girls a sweetie each.
- 724. So, can we get dressed now?
- 725. You're a valiant knight.
- 726. It's only a hot water bottle.
We don't have a rubber one.
- 727. What a dazzling chandelier.
- 728. I can't say for sure.
- 729. He sent me a note with the driver.
- 730. He's left me, you see.
- 731. Why aren't you asleep?
- 732. Are you dumb?
They're searching my room.
- 733. You still have to sleep.
- 734. Aleksei, remember that knife
the general was so mad about?
- 735. Look! We found it in the sofa.
- 736. Ma, things we'd lost have turned up!
- 737. Comrade Major came
and even found the iodine.
- 738. For inciting panic
with rumors of imminent famine,
- 739. under Article 54, Paragraph 3.
Yes, I'm guilty!
- 740. But I've never been an agitator!
- 741. Your milk's about to boil over, damn it.
- 742. This looks like yours,
and Kolya's, too.
- 743. - Give it back, you old witch!
- 744. I wrote my number on the back.
- 745. Call it and say "Eagle" or "Sailor".
Up to you.
- 746. "Eagle"? What do you mean?
- 747. Use your head to save yourself
and your mom.
- 748. And if they have hooks for hands?
- 749. My dad's a general!
- 750. Roller skates!
- 751. Well, when your dad, the general,
shows up, give me a call.
- 752. One moment. Polina!
- 753. Why have you sealed up our room?
Where do we go?
- 754. - Do I have a fever?
- How many are you?
- 755. Two. You and the boy.
The others are...
- 756. Goodbye.
- 757. But why didn't you try the borscht?
- 758. They've sealed Funtik inside,
and the parrot!
- 759. That's horrible!
- 760. Are you mad?
That's a government seal!
- 761. Do it like this.
- 762. Did you see that, Natasha?
- 763. Everyone saw whose fingers
touched the seal!
- 764. Kissed everyone's ass,
you stinking swine!
- 765. You tramp!
- 766. Why was that gypsy wearing
the general's coat, eh?
- 767. And who sold the sheets,
- 768. You got knocked up in 1942.
Who was the father?
- 769. The damp, was it?
- 770. Or was his name Fritz or Adolf?
- 771. Stop strangling me, you bitch!
- 772. Like two pigs!
- 773. Natasha, call the police!
- 774. That's it. I'm going to jail!
Just like the general!
- 775. You're vile!
- 776. Why do you hate me so much?
- 777. Because you're vile!
- 778. And we're going to see
the Northern Lights!
- 779. Even your granny left you!
- 780. You broke a plate, you enema!
- 781. Old bitch!
- 782. Granny Yulia!
- 783. You idiot!
- 784. Granny Yulia! Mom!
- 785. Gran!
- 786. Granny Yulia!
- 787. I'm waiting for the metro.
- 788. The parrot is a Jewish bird!
- 789. It doesn't eat at all.
- 790. KHRUSTALYOV, MY CAR!
- 791. Meanwhile,
the fur shop stoker Aramyshev
- 792. had been rotting
in a police cell for 24 hours.
- 793. Was it so hard to call the furrier's,
to say their stoker had been held up?
- 794. Maybe it was you, Fedya,
who murdered the scout?
- 795. You bastards have really put me
through the grinder.
- 796. I hear crowing cockerels at night!
- 797. Puke and I'll kill you!
- 798. Hey, guards, don't do that!
I respect you!
- 799. Go shake those cages.
I can't think straight!
- 800. You in the truck!
Pull over to the right!
- 801. Turn off the lights and get out!
- 802. The pipe!
- 803. Shut up! Be quiet, I tell you!
- 804. Bugger you, with bells on top!
- 805. Little twerp needs his ears boxing!
- 806. Mister, have you seen
a 6-year-old boy?
- 807. He was wearing a grey coat.
- 808. When's the train to Astrakhan?
- 809. Two in the morning.
- 810. I'm hot.
- 811. What do you want, goldfinch?
- 812. What, were you expecting
Astrakhan trains every hour?
- 813. If I had the bullets,
I'd get you bastards.
- 814. A cannon!
- 815. - A cannon!
- Well, screw me blue!
- 816. Have you seen a 6-year-old boy?
- 817. My father and mother are Tatars.
I'm Russian. I like being Russian.
- 818. I'm the technician in charge
of the sodding pumphouse.
- 819. You got that? There.
- 820. It's nice and warm.
- 821. On the occasion
of my personal celebration,
- 822. might I request a beer donation?
- 823. Danke schön!
- 824. Hey, guys!
- 825. Guys, come and piss on my dog!
- 826. My whore of a daughter-in-law
just scalded my dog.
- 827. Urine disinfects burns, you know.
- 828. Let's go and piss on him, guys.
- 829. I'm the pumphouse boss.
You want to waste my time on that crap?
- 830. You're spilling it, I tell you.
- 831. They took two bucketloads
and a panful of my best dung.
- 832. But who'd listen to me?
- 833. Parasite!
- 834. Let's punish this guy.
- 835. Want me to refit your face?
- 836. You bastard!
- 837. I've got his boot, Mulya!
- 838. Giddy up, Mulya! Off you go!
- 839. One in the ear for taking my boot!
- 840. Shift your ass!
What backwater are you from?
- 841. Surround the station, lads!
- 842. Get the local photographer, now!
- 843. He's half barefoot.
- 844. You're staring like a wolf.
- 845. He's staring like a wolf.
- 846. Four in portrait, four in profile.
- 847. I wasn't sure at first,
but, deep down, I knew it was him.
- 848. Lord, I'm so glad!
- 849. In an oval frame.
- 850. Chin up, please!
- 851. I can't use this background.
Get her out of the way!
- 852. His whole face is messed up.
- 853. Give me back my hat, please!
- 854. Thank you very much.
- 855. I'll teach you to whistle.
- 856. And thank you, too.
- 857. Your hat.
- 858. - Glasses with no temples.
- They're called pince-nez.
- 859. Bundles of banknotes,
loose change, bread...
- 860. Where are you off to?
- 861. Pick up your coat!
Get back here!
- 862. Stop, or I'll use force!
- 863. Have you got cloth ears?
- 864. Get back here!
- 865. - Want me to refit your face?
- Get your bald head out of here, bastard!
- 866. Tell our guys that I got caught!
- 867. What did you say?
- 868. What did you say?
Come here and tell them it's a lie!
- 869. He's lying, boss!
- 870. Vovka! Run and get mom
to come and say goodbye!
- 871. - Squat down!
- Make her come and beg them!
- 872. - Squat, I said!
- Tell her they're taking me away!
- 873. Get that chair out of here.
- 874. What?
- 875. Look, sergeant, it's snowing.
- 876. Never mind. Give me a puff.
- 877. Train departing!
- 878. Thunder in winter.
- 879. It's slippery!
- 880. That'll do!
- 881. Would you pour me a drink?
- 882. All you have to do is ask.
- 883. The toads! They nabbed a lightbulb
and the bed knobs!
- 884. - No, thanks.
- Take it.
- 885. A perfectly decent room with a bed.
- 886. And about 140 flies.
- 887. Who nicked the lightbulb
and bed knobs?
- 888. Not me!
- 889. Who nicked the lightbulb
and bed knobs?
- 890. Hello.
- 891. Lyova, what did I tell you?
- 892. The authorities will get
to the bottom of this,
- 893. and it won't be just the Jews!
- 894. Lyova, you see! A Russian general!
- 895. Just yesterday,
he was on top of the pile, you hear?
- 896. Turn off the lights.
- 897. So, that's who pinched
the lightbulb and bed knobs!
- 898. Please, don't kill me!
- 899. Hello. Think they'll take me
back on board after this?
- 900. Idiot, you need to be a dialectician.
Come, let's talk.
- 901. Here's the key.
Look, it's a lovely 40-foot room.
- 902. Listen, am I supposed
to feel sorry for you now?
- 903. - I hate you. I wish you were dead!
- Are you nuts?
- 904. So, now I'm scum because of you?
- 905. Listen, they all have toilet seats here,
- 906. You have to go and find one,
- 907. Because nobody here
will give us theirs.
- 908. Where's our Rita?
- 909. You have to find one, because...
- 910. Will you please get out?
- 911. Because I really need to go!
- 912. Why don't you hover over it,
like a bird?
- 913. All I ever get to do
is nab toilet seats.
- 914. What have we done with father?
What have we done?
- 915. What have we done, you little shit?
- 916. Are you mad? Let him go!
- 917. Director!
- 918. - Let go of me!
- There, there. You're wonderful.
- 919. - It tickles!
- This is unfortunate.
- 920. I haven't smelled the like in 20 years!
- 921. Ahoy, Katzman-Steersman!
Jump back in your boat!
- 922. Tell them I want you to be the captain!
- 923. And tell the old fart
to give the bed knobs back!
- 924. - You're out of line!
- Get out, you bitch!
- 925. Klensky! Help your mother!
- 926. Psychopath!
- 927. - Stupid cow!
- Talking about yourself?
- 928. Don't you dare!
- 929. You toad!
- 930. Number one, go! Two, go!
- 931. Three, four, five...
- 932. Drive!
- 933. "And when we're in Yerevan,
in our little house..."
- 934. You'll soon be gnawing dried fish
and drinking your fill.
- 935. Nah, he's old.
- 936. I'll give you "nah".
- 937. Don't worry, pal.
Maybe it'll be better this way.
- 938. I'm a dumpling!
- 939. - I'm a dumpling!
- Me, too!
- 940. Bull's-eye!
- 941. Sergeant! Fuck!
- 942. Bite me, and I'll gouge your eyes out!
- 943. Put up with it.
- 944. Fucking great!
- 945. Bakharev! What are you up to?
- 946. Set me free, boss.
- 947. Huh? What good would that do you?
- 948. Fog, fog...
- 949. Well, you did say, "Pour me a drink."
- 950. Shouldn't tempt fate, buddy!
- 951. When they cut back the trees,
birds eat here.
- 952. Vanin! You sit still!
- 953. No private vehicle for you,
and we don't take complaints.
- 954. So, does the heater work?
- 955. Here come the bosses.
- 956. What's all this?
- 957. - Here's the sugar.
- It's damp.
- 958. Hello, assholes!
- 959. What's wrong with this door?
- 960. On your asses, bastards!
- 961. Give me that paper.
- 962. Here's his hat.
- 963. Take the sugar.
- 964. Get a towel!
- 965. - They ripped your ass to shreds.
- Nasty folk, eh?
- 966. Have some sugar. Could be worse.
- 967. You'll get over it.
- 968. A button!
- 969. Did you see that?
- 970. Police everywhere. Better run.
- 971. Right.
- 972. Nice weather today!
- 973. Any complaints?
- 974. Get away from the truck,
- 975. Names beginning with K, get out!
- 976. - It's filthy in there.
- Watch out. It's slippery in here.
- 977. - Wish I was in the Crimea!
- What, don't you like it here?
- 978. His hat.
- 979. Can you get up?
- 980. Baby steps, now.
- 981. - Hey!
- My galosh. That's my galosh!
- 982. Are you fucking crazy,
you bald bastard?
- 983. My galosh, you cunting slut!
My galosh, you scum!
- 984. Hey, that's not fair! That's his galosh!
- 985. I'll stuff it down your throat.
- 986. - Don't tread on him!
- You're trampling his mug!
- 987. All the galoshes are yours.
- 988. Come on, now.
- 989. Boss, he ate his galosh with lard!
- 990. He's all yours!
- 991. Give me a handkerchief.
- 992. Go behind the car, if you need to.
- 993. No? OK, then.
- 994. Sign me up to fight in Korea!
- 995. - You look like one of them.
- Why don't you fuck off?
- 996. Put his galosh on.
- 997. - I can do that, too!
- Allow me.
- 998. But he's got three galoshes now,
and this is a kid's!
- 999. It's a kid's galosh!
- 1000. I've been in a car like that!
- 1001. You're idiots!
- 1002. So be it. I'm not complaining.
- 1003. Hands off!
- 1004. Husband's the local prosecutor.
Power's gone to her head.
- 1005. Everyone look out of the window!
- 1006. I'll do the ironing.
- 1007. Be polite. There's a lady.
- 1008. - Get back in there.
- I was only looking.
- 1009. What, are you deaf?
- 1010. Bring me some clothes
or I'll be stuck like this forever.
- 1011. The double is two sizes smaller.
- 1012. Eau de Cologne and shoe trees will help.
- 1013. - Haven't got his size.
- Strip him. Throw it all away.
- 1014. Get lost!
- 1015. Give me back my suit,
you bow-legged git!
- 1016. Close it.
- 1017. When I was a boy,
I lived round the corner. Fantastic!
- 1018. Eau de Cologne softens up boots.
- 1019. He walked home. It took him five days.
- 1020. The Doctors' Plot, the Zionist hub.
- 1021. Any questions? No?
- 1022. If it's unclear, sign here.
- 1023. You have to sign.
Here's an ink pencil.
- 1024. Come here.
- 1025. Get a barber, a medical kit, a doctor,
- 1026. and eau de Cologne.
- 1027. Or else we'll send you off to Africa
on Monday, like crows!
- 1028. Are you a Tatar, too, old man?
- 1029. Grit your teeth.
- 1030. Off we go, then.
"You will enter another world naked."
- 1031. Give the general a greatcoat.
- 1032. This is all the Jews' fault.
- 1033. Yeah, that's you.
- 1034. Not naked, but in uniform.
Have a bath.
- 1035. Listen to that bloody crow!
- 1036. The sole's coming unstuck.
Keep your big toe up.
- 1037. Smells of eau de Cologne.
- 1038. Now you're a general again,
people are drawn to you.
- 1039. Behave yourself,
and keep that big toe up!
- 1040. Sign, will you?
- 1041. I'll sign your forehead, dickhead!
- 1042. Five bottles of Borjomi
and half a kilo of sprats.
- 1043. Let's swap pipes, General,
for old time's sake.
- 1044. What?
- 1045. The Astrakhan train.
- 1046. What?
- 1047. "Oh, Mama, why do they hate
the gypsies in our village?
- 1048. "Mama, I'm in love with gypsy Yan.
Even children know about love."
- 1049. Comrade General.
- 1050. His wife used to be an actress
in Unchansk before the war.
- 1051. My Thermos.
- 1052. - Here.
- What's this?
- 1053. It's everything. And I watched.
- 1054. Come on.
- 1055. Goodbye!
- 1056. - Here.
- That's for you, Comrade General.
- 1057. Wait, then.
- 1058. Why does it smell of perfume?
- 1059. It happens.
- 1060. Hey!
- 1061. What?
- 1062. Yes.
- 1063. - Give me a puff. I'm dying.
- Not in there.
- 1064. No smoking in there, Comrade General.
- 1065. Pick up the laundry!
- 1066. After you.
- 1067. It's the end of the world!
- 1068. Screw the lightbulb back in.
- 1069. Take his coat.
- 1070. Shut up, woman.
- 1071. Painkiller.
- 1072. Come and help Him.
- 1073. It doesn't work.
- 1074. - Hands?
- They're clean.
- 1075. Germs. Germs.
- 1076. But he was clean!
- 1077. He was clean!
- 1078. Here's his cloak.
- 1079. - He was clean.
- 1080. Alright, alright.
- 1081. - Is he your father?
- 1082. What do you mean?
- 1083. Good way to put it.
- 1084. - Can he hear us?
- No, probably not.
- 1085. Get that idiot out of here!
- 1086. That smell...
You can't imagine that smell!
- 1087. My God.
- 1088. Excuse me.
- 1089. Comrade Stalin is leaving us.
- 1090. Slice his head open!
They told me you know how.
- 1091. Save him and I'll make you rich!
- 1092. It can't be done!
I swear on my mother's life!
- 1093. Out!
- 1094. I'm sorry.
- 1095. Come back!
- 1096. Push to make him fart again.
- 1097. - What's your name?
- 1098. That's good. Very good.
- 1099. A moth.
- 1100. Come with me, soldier.
- 1101. Six medium strength teas, got it?
- 1102. Take a seat.
- 1103. I've got a fever, see.
- 1104. So, what did he say to you?
- 1105. "Save me."
- 1106. "Save me." How strange.
- 1107. Comrade Marshal...
- 1108. Bullshit!
A star has fallen. Get it?
- 1109. A unprecedented global catastrophe!
- 1110. - Get out!
- Yes, sir.
- 1111. What did he say to you?
- 1112. I'm OK.
- 1113. Are you still here? Go home.
- 1114. You'll be a prince.
- 1115. Khrustalyov, my car!
- 1116. Well, it can't get any worse
than this, can it?
- 1117. Ein moment!
- 1118. I love your eau de Cologne.
- 1119. Marvelous.
- 1120. Ein moment!
- 1121. Stop! Good boy!
- 1122. Nothing had changed.
Nobody knew a thing.
- 1123. Funny, that.
- 1124. Damn it!
- 1125. How does a sheep sound?
- 1126. Baaaa!
- 1127. What about cows?
- 1128. - Jawohl!
- Piss off!
- 1129. Seven star cognac?
- 1130. And how about pigs?
- 1131. Get stuffed!
- 1132. - Leave everything! Don't touch anything!
- I'll just take my passport and go.
- 1133. You lot, give me a galosh!
- 1134. No more "you lot"!
Show me your release papers!
- 1135. I'm now the senior tenant,
and it seems to me...
- 1136. They're Russian. They'll sort it out.
- 1137. We'll carry on as always.
What is it?
- 1138. Bastards! Bitches!
- 1139. Our Father who art in heaven,
Hallowed be Thy name.
- 1140. Thy kingdom come,
Thy will be done.
- 1141. Tell me what to do!
- 1142. What's your problem?
I found 15 kopecks!
- 1143. Don't call.
- 1144. I can't go on! I can't take it!
- 1145. Give me that!
- 1146. Here you are, Comrade General.
- 1147. Drink this and forget about it.
- 1148. - Get lost!
- Go and get me a galosh.
- 1149. Go away! Please, go away!
- 1150. Go and buy that fishing rod!
The red one!
- 1151. - That's naphthalene dripping.
- Your toes!
- 1152. I'll tell you a very funny story.
- 1153. Mrs. Klensky!
- 1154. Your passport states
your new home address,
- 1155. but you don't need it any more.
That's so funny!
- 1156. Please, go away.
- 1157. Tell him to buy five bottles of cognac.
I'll pay tomorrow.
- 1158. Five bottles, understood? Hurry!
- 1159. First it was your house,
then ours, and now it's yours again.
- 1160. - Enough to drive you crazy.
- 1161. Why aren't you singing?
- 1162. Don't be ashamed of being Jewish.
- 1163. - Just try to be smart.
- 1164. - Am I right, Comrade General?
- 1165. Play, balalaika! Let us be merry!
- 1166. A young lad is thinking,
thinking all night
- 1167. Would it be wrong, he asks,
or is it right?
- 1168. Should he declare his love,
dare he choose?
- 1169. And would she accept,
or will she refuse?
- 1170. We found the bed knobs.
- 1171. Dad!
- 1172. Yes, I never saw my father again.
- 1173. Hey, you can't go in there!
- 1174. It's not allowed!
- 1175. Here they are.
- 1176. - Where's dad, you idiot?
- The keys. He won't go far.
- 1177. Look at me, Aleksei.
- 1178. Am I really ugly?
- 1179. No, Aleksei! It's not him!
Take the keys and go home!
- 1180. - Mom, can we take the dog?
- What would we do with it?
- 1181. Two completely different people,
like in a dream.
- 1182. Next day, they announced first
the illness then the death of Stalin.
- 1183. My father was not listed
among the arrested or the dead.
- 1184. Funny, isn't it?
- 1185. Liberty!
- 1186. Ten years not enough?
We can add some more.
- 1187. Liberty means freedom in English!
- 1188. Come on, Dima!
- 1189. - I wish you well!
- You, too.
- 1190. I'll buy you a suit,
and a bottle every Saturday.
- 1191. Where else can you go?
Who'd want you?
- 1192. He's got no teeth!
- 1193. Buy me, maybe? Look at me!
- 1194. Fuck off!
- 1195. But I'll buy you a suit.
- 1196. I've always preferred cabriolet taxis.
- 1197. Let's go. I'll pay.
- 1198. I've got a Moscow residence permit.
- 1199. They're only for bosses.
- 1200. The camp commandant
doesn't even have one.
- 1201. Only 1 in 583 people have them.
- 1202. I'm a chief stoker in Moscow.
The top chief stoker at a furrier's.
- 1203. Some sucker taught me English
at the camp.
- 1204. Go on, then. Swear in English.
- 1205. He didn't get round to that.
- 1206. How you gonna talk, then?
What a bastard!
- 1207. Yeah, but he died in the winter.
- 1208. But why didn't he teach you?
- 1209. He refused to swear?
I'd have gouged his eyes out!
- 1210. Screw the stinking old goat!
- 1211. Bitch's bone shavings!
Fucking bloody trash!
- 1212. Screaming faggot!
Ought to be impaled on a rod!
- 1213. Here we are.
- 1214. A hook up his ass
and into the water, I say!
- 1215. Right, then.
- 1216. "To my departing friend."
- 1217. My star was shining brightly,
- 1218. then, all at once, it was gone
- 1219. I'm like a ship!
- 1220. Troubles tore us apart
- 1221. Got any money?
- 1222. Misha...
- 1223. - How much?
- A tenner.
- 1224. - Daylight robbery.
- Fuck off!
- 1225. Hurry, darling!
- 1226. Vixen!
- 1227. - Here's to you.
- Give it back.
- 1228. Hey, you've got some nerve!
- 1229. That's gone straight to my head.
- 1230. Hey, you've got some nerve!
- 1231. Should've bought potatoes in Yaroslavl.
- 1232. Which means
"a very long way to home".
- 1233. Fucking liberty!
- 1234. And last time, it was...
- 1235. Where did you spring from, you snake?
- 1236. - Just you wait! I'm gonna...
- 1237. - What have I done to you?
- Show me your release papers.
- 1238. But I already gave them to you!
- 1239. Now you see hat,
and now you don't!
- 1240. You, monkey, go and get your hat!
- 1241. And I don't have a nerve!
- 1242. - What's he done?
- He's a crook.
- 1243. Hold this!
- 1244. Why?
- 1245. Why do they always beat me?
Everyone! My whole life!
- 1246. I did ten years,
but they still beat me! Why?
- 1247. I'm not complaining,
but why do they all beat me?
- 1248. Along the road to Murom...
- 1249. That's it!
I'll take an axe to the lot of you!
- 1250. I had a dream.
- 1251. Two mountains, flat and even,
and infinitely sad.
- 1252. And then what?
- 1253. Comma!
- 1254. One night I had an awful nightmare
- 1255. My dearest was getting wed,
and broke our vow
- 1256. - I'll keep it balanced until the 67th.
- Bet you can't! Not on that bend!
- 1257. Take this. I can do it with springs.
- 1258. Guys, how does a ship move?
- 1259. Wind fills the sails.
- 1260. The sail moves on a jib
from the mast.
- 1261. The mast drags the ship
through the water.
- 1262. Just like life, guys.
Here's to your health!
- 1263. Wipe the sweat off my nose.
- 1264. Give me a cigarette.
- 1265. Wipe my nose.
- 1266. The springs...
- 1267. I'm throwing them!
- 1268. - Hands in your pockets.
- Sit down.
- 1269. You bastard.
- 1270. Left, right, left...
- 1271. Get that hand in your pocket!
- 1272. Keep your right hand still!
- 1273. What the fuck for?
- 1274. THE END