STAR MEDIA PRESENTS Kirill Zhandarov Galina Bezruk Alexey Nagrudniy Irma Vitovskaya Valeriy Bassel Valeria Chertilina Irina Kalashnikova Story by Alla Zagorodniaya Directed by Anatoliy Grigoryev Director of photography
Alexander Kryshtalovych Music by Nikita Ianoshchuk Idea by Anton Streltsov Produced by Galina
Khrapko & Vlad Ryashyn Search! Search! Pick up the trail! PRIVATE INTEREST Go, go! Where the hell are you going? – There’s a line, don’t you see?
– Don’t whine. – She’s so impudent!
– That woman has got no shame. He’s coming. Masha, bring me
the peaked cap. One moment. He’s coming! – Here you are.
– It seems like a nice car. Look at it. My baby girl, come to me! Come to me, sunny! You won’t catch me! You won’t catch me! I will catch you! I’m catching up! Got you! Now it’s my turn. Run away! Run away! Run! Look, sweetheart, this is figure 1. One. And this one is? – It’s 9.
– Right. What figure is this? – Hello, hello!
– Hi. We’ve got everything like
you wanted, in fine fashion. You can enter from the
street and from the yard. In the barn, there is a cow,
a couple of hens, — all that you need. Milk, eggs, butter —
everything is home made. If you need something stronger,
we can provide it also. This is my kitchen, and this is
my brew. It will soon be ready. – Grandpa…
– Hush. There’s also a sauna over there.
Masha and I live in the outhouse. Great convenience, better than in
Paris! Everything is in fresh air. Welcome to my house. It’s a top-notch
housing, 5 stars! Come in, please. The room is filled with light.
It’s facing the sunny side. From this window you can
see the entire village. Here’s a furnace. I will give
you wood, so that you could make coffee in the morning. I know that city dwellers enjoy
drinking coffees in the morning. – Grandpa, not coffees, but coffee.
– I couldn’t care less. No one buys this crap in our shop. – This is a bed.
– A comfy one! And this is for your stuff. Do you like it? – Sure.
– Good then. Did you come here just to have a
good rest, or there’s another goal? I want to get away from it all
and focus on my spiritual needs. Our spirit needs peace, that’s right.
But there are other remedies, you know. Vasiliy Ivanovich, I will try
your moonshine, with pleasure. – So, deal?
– Of course. – I’d like you to pay in advance though.
– Grandpa… I’ve got it all ready. She and I are alone now.
Her parents died 7 years ago. But we’ve got all we need
for now, so it’s fine. Let me show you how to go in the street. – Okay, let’s go.
– Straight ahead. By the way, would you like to take
our Martha on lease? – Grandpa…
– I don’t understand. While you’re here, she’s entirely yours. – What?
– Don’t you like fresh milk? Vasiliy Ivanovich, you’re
talking about the cow? Fresh milk is very good for you. – I don’t need a cow, Vasiliy Ivanovich.
– It’s easy to look after her. In the morning you send her to grass,
in the evening you let her drink, feed her — and that’s it.
I won’t charge you much for it. – I can’t milk a cow.
– Masha will do it for you. – I can do this.
– It’s all included in the rent. Okay, I agree. But I don’t drink milk, so I will be selling it to you. Deal? You are a good man. I knew it right away. Okay, go bring your stuff! Further you hide it, closer you find it. – What is that?
– What? That’s something! – Who’s that?
– I knew her when she was a little kid. It’s late Pelageya’s granddaughter, Tanya. Why did she come here? She lived here long time ago,
when Pelageya was still alive. – She’s a city dweller, I can tell.
– Chin up, Masha! You will also become
a city dweller one day. You will get enrolled in a school. It’s not what I meant, grandpa.
She’s unadapted to this life. Unadapted, you say! We’ll help her
adapt. Will she need milk? She will. Will she need eggs? For sure. She will need
help fixing a fence, a roof, chop wood. We’ll have our earnings. – Grandpa…
– Yeah. Don’t look around! Look down! Get in, louse! In 200 meters turn left. Hello. Svetlana Sergeevna? – Yes.
– May we come in? Good evening. My poor girl… Where are you now?
Why didn’t you come to your mother? You might be sick or hungry.
Why did you resolve to this? My God… Only 1 year was remaining. Why did you do this? Have a seat. – Thank you. Excuse me.
– It’s all right. Svetlana Sergeevna, my dear, we
hope very much you will help us. She can’t say boo to a goose. When
the charge was set forth against her, I nearly lost my mind. I couldn’t
believe it. I still don’t believe it. Calm down, please. She was going to get married.
She met a man. She was so happy. But suddenly, like a
thunder from a clear sky — court, prison… – It’s like a scary dream.
– Unfortunately, it’s not a dream. – We feel sorry for you, but…
– Tell us, please, Svetlana Sergeevna, did she pay you a visit? We would
expect her to come here first. No. She didn’t come to see me. Tell me, what will happen to her now? It depends. The breakout might
have been accidental, as a result of the gross negligence of the
prison personnel – let’s say, they created circumstances
that tempted her to escape. If now she gives herself up
to the authorities, this will greatly alleviate her situation. Especially if she brings what
was stolen from the museum. The showpiece she stole was never found. Kirill Yevgenievich, don’t you see that Svetlana Sergeevna
is ready to help her daughter. Right? Of course I will help.
I will do anything for her. Excellent. Please, think where she might be. We
promise you to explain her rights to her. We will let her know about confession
and all the mitigating circumstances. Here is a photo of the showpiece.
Please, take a look one more time. Have you ever seen it before? No. I’ve been ask about it before. I don’t know anything. Please,
I’ve got no one else to ask. I beg you, find her,
explain her everything… Svetlana Sergeevna, my dear, what can
we do if we don’t know where she is? Have you got any ideas on this account? I don’t really know. She’s always been a very
obedient child. She’d always come – straight home from work.
– Does she have any friends or relatives? What friends? When she was
charged, they all ran away. We’ve got no relatives either. Her grandmother, my mom,
used to live in Pavlovka. But she already died long time ago,
may the earth lie light upon her. – In Pavlovka?
– Yes. Okay, Svetlana Sergeevna, thank
you very much for your help. Here’s my phone number. Call
me if you remember something. – Of course.
– Good-bye! Good-bye. Thank you. Help us, please. – We will, don’t worry. Bye!
– Good-bye. Girls, look! It’s a newcomer. – Who is it?
– He’s a city dweller. Milk! Fresh milk, everyone! – Who’s that creep?
– No idea. Who is that? – It’s old man Vasiliy’s lodger.
– I see. – He’s very good-looking.
– He’s all right. Among the blind a one-eyed man is king. – Looks like he wants to go to a cinema.
– Poor folk is alone. What if he had fallout with
his wife and ended up here? I don’t think so. He doesn’t
look like a married man. No? That kind has a glassy look, and
this one seems rather cheerful. Ksyuha, he’s looking at you. I can see that. Learn from me, girls. Look at her! – Ksyuha is as proud as a peacock.
– What are you saying? – Hello, young man!
– Hello! – How do you like the weather?
– The weather is fine with me. – Will there be a film show tonight?
– Film show? Yes, and dancing, too. – Would you like to dance?
– If only with you. It’s great, Raj Capoor. – What is it?
– It’s from an Indian movie. Indian movies are heartwarming. Ksyuha does know how to woo a guy. My name is Oxana. You can
call me Oxi if you wish. – What’s your name?
– It’s Maxim. Nice to meet you, Maxim. – Maxim — like a machine gun! Bam, bam!
– Bam, bam. – It’s cold, isn’t it?
– No, it’s all right. – Let’s have a beer?
– Why not? – Come in then.
– I got you. Did you see that? Hello. – Good day!
– Hello, dear! – Hello.
– Hi. Where are you going?
It’s already closed. – It says you work till 6.
– It doesn’t matter. Come tomorrow. Normal customers come
early in the morning. Tomorrow? But I need some groceries now. What, you’re hungry? Ksyuha, for real, let her in.
You’re supposed to work until 6. Nadya, shut up. Some defender! Open the shop, please. I’ve just
arrived, and I need to buy food. She’s just arrived! As if I care!
You think you are something? I couldn’t care less about
your needs. Some queen! Freeze, now! You are wrong, gal. Ask
me in a civilized manner. What’s up, you swallowed your tongue? Girls, what are you doing? – My God! What did she do to you?
– Have a seat. Breathe deeply. – Piece of shit!
– Don’t speak, breathe deeply. That was wholeheartedly. Did you see it? I can’t believe it. Money and keys are on
the counter. Excuse me. She walked away as if
nothing had happened! – Are you all right?
– Get lost! All right. At least, she said sorry. – Stay back!
– What? Why are you
following me? What do you want? I’m not following you. I’m going home.
I’m staying in Vasiliy Ivanovich’s house. – It’s en route to your place.
– I don’t think so. Move along, I don’t like hearing
steps behind my back. I don’t like having you behind
me, considering the situation. You are a super woman of a sort.
Did you learn karate or something? No, it was an accident.
I can’t stand sauceboxes like her. – Please, move along.
– Only after you. I just told you I don’t
like when someone follows me. I also told you I’m going home.
Let me help you… Blast off! – Good morning!
– Morning. Fresh milk? What are you waiting for?
Turn the cow to pasture. – Good morning!
– Morning. My grandfather sent it for you. Thank you very much. Why did you stop? What
the hell is wrong with you? Why do I bother looking after you?
I’ve never drunk cow milk in my life! What are you doing? Look, the
other cows are going to the pasture. Go join them! Do you see? You
must go with them! Go already! Okay, I’ve gotta help him. What do you want me to do? Just tell me.
I’m very sorry if I’m not speaking clearly… Look, cow, you’ve got to pull yourself
together and do something already. You, city dwellers, are so useless.
You have to speak kindly to the animal. Martha, let’s go. Let’s go, my dear.
Come on, my beautiful, my sweet girl. Good girl. Come, come. Oh well… – The new virus is very dangerous.
– The school will be probably closed down. – Good morning, everyone!
– Morning! – Hey, you’re after me!
– All right, I’ll be after you. Who are you, young man,
and where are you from? Why did you come here?
We’ve got no fancy resorts! I just felt like having some
quality rest away from the big city. – Blah! He came to visit Ksyuha.
– Did you see how she dressed up today? Young man, you should be real careful:
half of the village men are after Ksyuha. – They might ambush you somewhere.
– Thank you for the warning. You’re welcome. Do you need a special invitation?
Come in! – Hello.
– Come in, please. – Please, go ahead.
– Thank you. – Thank you.
– Welcome. – Thank you.
– Next, please. – Are you sleeping?
– What candies are the tastiest? The candies are over there. Do
you think I’m sampling them here? – The most expensive ones are the tastiest.
– Okay then. Thank you. Oxana, is the sugar wet again? Aunt Lena, do you think I
add water to it or something? Write this down in your debt book.
I will pay when I receive my pension. It’s your 5th loaf of bread! – I’ll pay you back.
– Don’t forget! – Hello again.
– Hi, honey. I’d like some pepperoni sausage, please. – That’s it?
– Yeah. Here’s your bread and sausage. Maybe something stronger? I drew supplies yesterday —
for special clients. Have you got coffee? – Coffee? Yes.
– Great. – Here it is. The last jar, by the way.
– Thank you. It goes well with Champagne. I think I will buy it the next time. Yeah? – Yes.
– It’s a pity. Listen, who’s that chick that
lives near Vasiliy’s house? I’ve got no idea.
By the way, how are you? I’m fine. She got herself into a serious
trouble. I will teach her a lesson. What are you talking about?
Have you devised a plan? – Yes.
– Tell me. Okay. I paid our drunkards, Kolya and Roma, so that they gave her a good lesson
tonight. She will remember this one. – You see?
– I see. – Should I keep the change? Thank you.
– Sure. When will we drink the Champagne? Madam, wait for my signal. I got you. Are you alone? – What are you doing here?
– You are under threat. What threat? What are you talking about? That woman from the shop…
Well, she wants to take revenge. They will either ambush you
in the street, or I don’t know, they might break into your
house. Better safe than sorry! I suggest we take defensive measures. – I see you even brought victual.
– This is just in case. So, what are you suggesting? I won’t
me to scream to you across the street? I don’t need you to protect me.
I can stand up to myself. You will stand up to yourself? – Yes.
– But you are as tiny as a sparrow. You know some moves,
but it’s nothing, really. What did you call me? – A sparrow. It’s a little birdie.
– I’m a bird, you say? – Come here!
– Wait a minute. Come here! Come to the table, come on. Give me your hand. – What?
– Give me your hand. Are you serious? Absolutely, I’m not joking.
Give me your palm. – All right. Go ahead.
– Don’t cheat, all right? – Deal.
– No cheating. – Fine.
– Hold my hand tightly. – I’m holding your wing tightly.
– My wing? All right. – Hold it tight!
– Tight. Okay. On three. One, two… Oh! I got you. – It’s unfair!
– Some sparrow! Could we speak without jeering, without mockery, without power? We could speak in a
human fashion, you know. No, you’re no sparrow. You’re a
hedgehog. With an apple on your back. The hedgehog is running around,
snorting and not noticing how beautiful is what she’s
caring around on her spines. She’s just snorting and pricking. You are a strange person. – What is your name?
– Maxim. Tanya. Nice to meet you, Tatiana. How do you like my work? It’s great! Thank you,
but I’ve got no money to pay you. To pay me? You speak as if you dropped
from the clouds. This needs to be fixed. Did you ever know that some things are
done for free? I used to think so. But it was in another life.
I made chamomile tea for you. Thank you. Chamomile… There’s no another life.
There is only one life. A man can change, but life doesn’t.
Even in the worst conditions a human can choose to remain human. Yeah. You must be right. Give me a boat ride. Why? I can’t paddle. I can paddle. And it’s beautiful there. I am, as you said,
lassoing you. You got me? It’s a tasty tea. You have arrived to your destination. We’re in the middle of nowhere.
I doubt we will find her here. – Hurry up!
– Look at the local shots callers. Make a stop at the grocery shop. Ksyuha, wait a minute, please!
We need just one quarter-liter. What? Give us 1 bottle on credit.
Kolya will pay you back later. How much longer? You’re
always taking stuff on credit. You’re up to your ears in debts! – I swear…
– I don’t give a damn! – Hello, ladies!
– Hello, hello. – Good day, madam.
– Hello. – Are you working here?
– Yes, but we are already closed. – Open it up.
– What? – What do you say?
– Okay, come in. What happened? I don’t
have any cash shortages. Look, everything is nice and clean. Sanitary and Epidemiological
Service regularly pays visits. I don’t understand what
the problem might be… Don’t worry. – It’s not the issue, citizeness.
– Yeah? What’s the issue? Have you seen any suspicious
individuals in your village recently? Surely, I have. It’s hard to hide
something here. Everyone knows everyone. Who exactly are you talking about? There are a few. There is one chick, a
hooligan. She lives in an abandoned house next to old man’s Vasiliy’s house. By the way, Vasiliy is
producing moonshine. Check him! – He’s messing my revenues up.
– Don’t worry, we will check everyone. Please, do. You said, there are a few.
So the hooligan girl is not alone? No, she’s alone. She’s a double-bagger. No one would set eyes on her. – The other guy also came alone.
– Who? Maxim, Vasiliy’s lodger. – Is he also a hooligan?
– No, he is not. He’s a decent man. Yeah.
But he’s a little strange. How is he strange? Why did he come
here, did he tell you? He did. He said he wanted to have some
rest away from the city life. But I don’t believe him. There is no rest
here. No one ever come here to have rest. It’s a certain death of
boredom for the city dwellers. Does he keep in touch
with this hooligan girl? – At the beginning he was wooing me.
– Yeah? – Yes.
– But I stalled him off. Out of despair, he started
talking to that idiot. People are saying they’re boating
together right now. What have they done? He’s avoiding paying the alimony.
We’ve been looking for him for 2 months. Really? You were very helpful.
Thank you. Please make sure – this conversation remains confidential.
– What? – Don’t tell anything to anyone.
– No, no. Who will I talk to? There’s no one to have a conversation
with. They are dark, uneducated people. – Okay, then we have a deal.
– Good-bye! Bye! – Thank you.
– You’re welcome. Alimony dodger. Who would have thought? – Do you like it here?
– Yes. We don’t notice the beauty
of nature in the city. We are always on the run.
We don’t notice anything. What do you do for a living? I… I’m a senior manager
in a public catering network. I’m signing papers and
doing stuff like that. Reviews, reports, checks —
nothing interesting. I’m sorry. And what about you? I saw some beautiful things,
though artificial. – What do you mean?
– I mean, manmade beauty. Sometimes it’s genius stuff.
I used to work in a museum. Why did you quit? There
are no museums here. It’s getting chilly. I had to leave. I got you. No more questions. No! Tanya, what’s up? Are you
all right? Tanya, look at me. Easy, easy. Look at me now. Look at me! Tanya, what’s wrong?
Is everything all right? I’m fine. You scared me. And we are home. – Thank you.
– Thank you. I haven’t seen such beauty for a long time. Yeah… – Good-bye!
– Bye. Wait! I’m an idiot not to suggest it
right away. Let’s have a romantic dinner? If there was a cafe or at least a
diner around, I would take you there. But there’s nothing here. How about
a romantic dinner, village style? I don’t take no for an answer. I’ll
be right back! Be back in a flash! – Here he comes!
– Where’s the money? Good-bye, old man! – What do you mean?!
– Grandpa! What about the money? What money, old man? We already paid. – Masha, bring the gun!
– Are you nuts? I’m not nuts! I know what I’m saying. We already paid you,
you must have forgotten. Sons of bitches! Don’t tear up my jacket, old man! Back off from my grandpa!
Back off right away! – Easy, girl, it might be loaded.
– Come on! – You shat your pants, didn’t you?
– Here’s the money. You’re an extremist! – Get out of here!
– The old man doesn’t understand jokes. Watch out! He didn’t even say sorry.
Some lodger! Kolya, hurry along! Don’t fool around with the gun! – You asked yourself!
– Okay, forget it. Good evening. Where have you been the whole time, boy? The cow is suffering, she
needs to be milked. Poor animal! – Vasiliy Ivanovich, I’m busy.
– Don’t listen to him, Maxim Yurievich. – I will milk her and give you the milk.
– Good girl! Thank you. Get out of the way, bird! What the hell? Eggs aren’t free! Vasiliy Ivanovich, 4
eggs. I’ll pay you later. Don’t forget, young man. – Come along.
– Martha’s back, our provider. Come on, dear. – I’ve got some milk, too.
– You’ve come here to relax, right? – I’ll mend my ways, Vasiliy Ivanovich.
– Have fun, boy. – He went to Tanya’s house.
– Yeah? You said she’s ill-adjusted. I’m coming, Martha. She knows her way around men. I’m back! Tanya? Who did
this? Are you all right? Show me your hands. Is everything
all right? I’ll be right back. Go! Go! – I don’t like this neighbor guy.
– Maybe he’s an accomplice? Are you nuts, dude? If you ever touch her, I will
break your legs! You got me? What did we do to you? If you ever break into Tanya’s house again… We never broke into her house! Why would we do it?
Are you kidding, brother? I am not your brother! Who broke into
her house, then? What are you saying? You got a bottle of Vodka
for beating her up! That bottle is long gone! We weren’t going to hurt the girl. She’s a good person, we weren’t
going to mess with her. Are you telling the truth? Yes! I swear to you.
I don’t want to have problems. I’m still under suspended sentence. – Yes, he’s telling the truth.
– I will check it. Butterfingers! Maxim? Hello. Finally we met. Calm down. I missed you so much. I’ve been looking for so long.
I was afraid I’d never find you. Kirill, go have a smoke outside. My baby, what happened? I missed you so much. I’m with you now. Is it what
you want? You want it, right? What happened, Tanya?
Baby, you forgot my touch? You promised me… You swore we’d always be together. I haven’t received a single letter
from you in 3 years. Not even once. Can you even imagine
what I went through? Every day I was dreaming
about our meeting. I so much wished to see your eyes again.
I escaped the prison to be with you. And now you’re here. But I don’t… I… A little picnic? Champagne. But now we are together — forever. – Forever, Tanya. Right?
– I don’t want. – Everything will be like I promised.
– I don’t want this. – Don’t be afraid. I’m with you.
– I don’t want. You suffered so much. Come on, drink. That’s right. Now you are mine. – Tanya!
– I will kick your ass! Kirill, take it easy. Who are you? – And who are you?!
– Me? – Oleg, this is my neighbor.
– What is your problem, neighbor? Tanya, is everything all right? We are in the middle of
an important conversation. – Did he hurt you?
– She’s my fiance! – I’m not talking to you!
– He didn’t hurt me. I am her future husband,
and who are you? Are you, really? – What the hell do you want?
– Please, go away! Go away! – Tanya.
– Go away! – Tanya!
– Don’t meddle in my life! – Kirill, see him out.
– Just let him go! Freeze! You want to con us out of it?
Do you? What are you saying? Stop pulling my leg! You
had one more year to serve. You knew I would come after
you. You owe me something. But you decided to get
lost here, didn’t you? Do you expect me to fall for this trick? How dare you talking to me like that? I served for 3 years.
I assumed the guilt for you. I didn’t squeak a word about you.
I always believed you would come. Don’t try to fool me into
believing you are a good girl. You are a thief, Tanya!
Thief! A criminal on the run. Where’s the ring? Where’s the ring?! Tomorrow morning it must be here.
If not, we will cut up your neighbor. You got me? You got me?! Do me a favor – drink to the old man. It’s an aristocratic taste, isn’t it? – It’s as pure as a baby’s tear.
– We know our way around. You must have alcoholized half of
the villagers, Vasiliy Ivanovich. – You are a true evil genius.
– They choose whether to drink or not. All I’m doing is making some
money to help provide for Masha. I’m an old man already. I have
to make sure she gets enrolled to a good school, like a decent
girl. And it’s very costly. Why are you twitching? You came
here to have rest, haven’t you? You were supposed to focus on your
spiritual needs and listen to your soul. – I’ve done that already.
– And what did your soul tell you? – She told me I was doing a wrong thing.
– What were you doing? It doesn’t matter. I have to change
something, look for my own thing. Right. You can’t stay in
a foreign place forever. – Let’s go!
– Did you make her speak? Let’s go! Tanya? Tanya? Tanya… It’s my own fault. What are you talking about?
Tell me, please. No. I am alone. – I don’t trust anyone anymore.
– You can trust me. I will never leave you.
Please, believe me. Why should I trust you? You took me for a boat ride, showed
pity to me. Fed me like a dog. And so? Do you expect me to fall in
your hands now so that you could do anything you want with me? Go away! – Tanya…
– Don’t touch me! Don’t touch me! Maxim, please, leave. They are
dangerous people. Please, leave. They won’t hurt you, I promise.
Lock the door. Open it only – when you hear my voice.
– Maxim… What if she runs away? Take it easy. She’s got nowhere to go.
She’s on the wanted least. Tomorrow we will get the ring.
I know her well. You know her, but what about that dude? Do you think he came for a tea? There’s something between them,
I could tell. – This can’t be hidden.
– You also had feelings for her. But we both know what you really needed. That dude might have a trump up his sleeve. By the way, he’s not from here.
Some neighbor! Do you think he’s got private interest? Maybe he’s got our ring, and we’ll
be greeted by the police tomorrow. Okay, Kirill, we’ll see tomorrow.
It’s time to sleep. – Let’s take him out.
– He must have broken his neck anyway. I’m pretty sure he’s done. Okay, let’s go. Oleg, look what I found in his bag. Didn’t I tell you he’s got
a trump up his sleeve? Go check on him. – What’s up, Maxim?
– I’m not Maxim. – Who are you?
– Keep it down, old man. – I will bring your Maxim now.
– Goodness me. Tanya! Tanya, open the door, it’s me. One moment! – Crickey!
– I’m all right. Everything is fine. Okay, old man, let’s talk.
What do you say? Do you know who your lodger is? I don’t know.
He’s a good guy, that’s all I know. – It’s mine!
– Hush. – You are a money grubber, old man.
– Don’t touch it, jerk! I told you not to mess with
them. You should have staid away. Look at me. Goodness me… I’m not worth it. Honestly.
You know nothing about me. You came here to have
rest — so leave me alone. Tanya, I want to know what
happened with you. I can help. You shouldn’t know anything.
Please, go away. I won’t go before you tell me the truth. – Maybe you are his accomplice, huh?
– I don’t know anything. – You don’t?
– No. If you keep silence, I will find
another way to make you speak. Don’t touch her. Don’t. He’s not there. Damn it! To hell with him!
Let’s put the heat on her. No! No. We must get things
straight with the neighbor. According to the legend, Youssef
Witt made it for Sophia Glavonet, when they were going to get married. The ring was of heavenly beauty.
But most importantly, it had some kind of magic about it —
soul, love, I don’t know… At that time I was working on
this expo. There, I met Oleg. I was so happy, beyond myself
with love. This sounds so banal… No, true love isn’t banal. Oleg was acting very differently back then. He became father,
brother and lover for me. I stopped listening to my mother.
He became everything to me. – Do you understand?
– Sounds serious. I don’t know how I fell for his trick.
I don’t know how I took that ring… It still burns my soul. Listen to me. I will help you.
Do you hear me? I will help you. You already helped me. I learnt to
trust people again, thanks to you. You are an honest and noble
man. I am very thankful to you. But you must leave. Do you understand? I deserve everything that is going
to happen to me. I deserve it. I do. I also have to tell you something.
Later though. I won’t leave you alone. Stop munching! Here he comes. Let’s go. – Don’t even move, old man, you got me?
– I got you. Grandpa… Grandpa. Masha, go get the village mayor. Tell him to get help from the city. Oh crickey. Are you looking for this? – Masha!
– Tanya! – What happened?
– Those people threatened my grandpa. They are with Maxim now.
I’m going to get help. Run! Don’t move! Let him go, or I will kill you. – Easy, easy! Tanya, don’t joke like that.
– I’m not joking. – Do you know who you are defending?
– Tanya, go away, I will handle it myself. – Do you know who he is?
– Tanya, go away! I will find you. Of course he will. It’s
his trade. Kirill, show her! Easy, easy. He’s here to catch a wanted criminal. I will explain you everything later. Tanya, you’re one of us.
He’s a cop. Shoot him. Shut up. With me you will go Paris,
and with him — back to prison. Just tell me where the ring is. Tell him and run away.
They won’t touch you. Shut up. Don’t speak. You all need the same. You only think about your own interest. – Don’t move!
– Go away, old man! It’s not your problem. – Don’t you dare move! I will shoot you!
– Easy, easy. Hands up! Give me back the
money, scum! – Easy, man. Here’s the money.
– Come on! Call the police! Tell them it’s
major Sergeev, department №17. I’ll be darned! Your route has been changed.
Enter new coordinates. Your route has been changed.
Enter new coordinates. Tanya! Tanya! Tanya! Wait, wait. You got me.
Okay, shoot me now! Come on! There’s nowhere to run.
There’s a swamp behind you. Listen to me, please. Don’t run away.
Listen to me. Let’s talk, please. Calm down. I promised I would help you. And I will. You have to tell me where
the ring is, and then… You want to distinguish yourself. Listen, I’m also in a bad situation. I came after you — it’s true.
I’m investigating your case. I thought I’d catch you and… But you got me, girl. You stole my heart. It’s also a banal story. You and I are two idiots. What should we do now? You know what to do, officer. I won’t go back to prison. I’ll better get killed trying to escape. No, no, wait. You will give yourself up.
Then we will find a way to free you. I’m a criminal. I’ve got no other choice. Have you been to prison? Have
you eaten bread with worms? Do you know what it feels
to be beaten by 7 people? I was expecting death every day — from
my cell mate or from the prison guard. I’ve got no choice. Kill me, please. Tanya. Tanya, wait. Tanya, you’ve got to trust me.
I will find a way, Tanya. – Shoot.
– Stop. – Please, shoot me.
– Tanya, I love you! Tanya! Hold on. Hold on, please.
Hold my hand tight. Look at me. – You’re a cop.
– Don’t let go. – I’m a criminal.
– No. – We can’t be together.
– No! – We can’t.
– No, I beg you! Tanya! Tanya! Tanya! We put together an act.
We need your signature. We haven’t found the body, so we
are out of here. Sign it, please. – Here you are.
– Thank you. Shit happens. It didn’t go according
to plan, but you’ve got what you needed. PO Box 52, Post Office №3. The ring is there.
She confessed before death. Excellent. Chin up, major! It’s
our job. We deal with death a lot. Comrade colonel!
Excuse me. I want to retire. Are you nuts, Sergeev?! You’re about
to get another star on your straps. What are you saying? I do not want to be responsible
for other people’s fates. I’ve been offered a teacher’s
position at the Academy. It’s about time I
shared some experience. Don’t say straight from the shoulder. Take a leave, go home, think about it. I won’t hold you up, but you have to
realize: it’ll be a different life for you. There’s only one life. Excuse me, is it free?
Okay. Strange guy. – We can’t be together.
– No! – We can’t.
– No, I beg you! Tanya! Tanya! Tanya! Wait. Please, breathe. I said I wouldn’t leave you alone.
Come on, breathe. I love you. Let me get you out of here.