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just for these?
That's horrible.
You may keep the pearls.
I don't want them.
I will not denounce you.
Hadn't you better go now?
I wanted money desperately.
Can't you understand that?
That's why I wanted your pearls.
I was threatened.
I was desperately in need
of a certain big sum of money.
I've been following you. I've admired you.
But last night, at last,
I managed to come into your room.
And now...
And now?
I couldn't go through with it.
Don't you understand?
Don't you?
[Knocking on door]
SUZETTE: Suzette, Madame.
SUZETTE: Good morning.
SUZETTE: Sleep well?
Come back in five minutes. I'll call you.
Five minutes.
There, it begins.
[Telephone ringing]
Hello, Pimenov. Good morning.
Beautiful morning. Yes, very well.
Rehearsals? All right,
you can come. Goodbye.
I have to go to rehearsals.
Our train leaves early tomorrow morning.
- Our train?
- Yes, for Vienna.
- Vienna?
- You're coming with me.
- Of course you are.
- But I can't.
I'd give my soul to go, but I can't.
GRUSINSKAYA: Why couldn't you?
BARON: I'll try. There might be some way.
GRUSINSKAYA: Flix, is it money?
BARON: Of course.
I have money.
I have enough for both of us.
No. That would spoil everything.
I'll manage somehow. I'll get it.
I have a whole day. I'll be on the train.
I shall dance, and you'll be with me.
Then we'll go to Tremezzo.
I have a villa there.
The sun will shine.
I'll take a vacation,
six weeks, eight weeks. I don't know.
We'll be happy and lazy.
And then we'll go to South America.
It will be divine.
- Be careful going to your room.
- I'll be on the train with the money.
Don't do anything foolish.
- I'm alarmed about you.
- Don't worry. I'll be on the train.
[Grusinskaya singing in Russian]
[Pimenov murmurs]
Hurry, Suzette.
A bright dress. It's a sunny morning.
[Grusinskaya humming]
PIMENOV: Meierheim is cancelling
the Vienna engagement.
Meierheim is mad.
You are mad. We're all mad.
Suzette, come.
PIMENOV: Gru, you're positively radiant.
Pimenov, I have an idea, a ballet.
It must have mad music...
But Ill speak with you later.
You go to the theater.
I want a full rehearsal,
ballet, full orchestra...
- Come, Suzette.
- But, Madame...
Will you get me
Baron von Geigern, please?
Yes. Baron von Geigern.
Chri, it's you.
No, nothing.
Good morning.
Just to tell you that Im happy.
[Lively instrumental music]
[People chattering]
I'll have something sweet and cold, please.
BARMAN: Louisiana Flip, sir?
OTTO: Louisiana Flip?
Yes, that sounds very nice. Thank you.
What do you do in the Grand Hotel?
Eat, sleep, loaf around...
flirt a little, dance a little.
A hundred doors leading to one hall.
No one knows anything
about the person next to them.
[Woman laughing]
And when you leave,
someone occupies your room...
lies in your bed.
That's the end.
ZINNOWITZ: Let me say again,
for the tenth time...
you people were quite ready
for the merger.
You declared yourself fully agreed
on all the terms.
Why should the signing of these articles
be suddenly held up?
I'll admit that we were at one time
anxious for this merger.
But since then, the Preysing Company
has fallen on evil days.
- Evil days?
- Very evil days.
Say, listen.
Haven't I just shown you here...
what my firm exports to the Balkans?
50,000 marks worth of mop rags
each and every year.
Mop rags.
We're interested
in something entirely different.
- What?
- Shall I tell them again?
Why waste time? It's getting late.
- You see...
- We're going home.
ZINNOWITZ: But Mr. Preysing has
great regard for the certainty...
GERSTENKORN: You've been talking
all day. You're hoarse now.
Good night, Preysing.
You have decided against the merger?
- Yes.
- The deal is off?
BUTLER: Here's your coat, sir.
BUTLER: Here, let me help you.

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