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open up!
- What do you want?
- Where's the cassette?
What cassette?
That Makovski recorded
at the Kremlin.
- Ah, the cassette!
- Yes, the cassette.
Here it is.
Give it to me.
Give it to me.
Here!
He calls me up:
"Can you come over?"
"I'll send you a car."
"I've got mine."
"It'd take too long to get you
a pass." And he hangs up.
Capital punishment
for theft of State funds
still hasn't been abolished.
Do you know that, Mr. Makovski?
How bloodthirsty you are,
Mr. Koretski.
Did you know that the President
set up an amnesty committee?
We're building
a more humane society.
No amnesty can concern you.
Let me be quite clear:
You're a criminal.
A dangerous criminal.
You don't rob an individual -
you rob a people.
You rob an entire country!
The country which raised you.
And gave you a free education.
This stolen money could go
to children, old people, invalids!
Mr. Koretski, our company
is looking for a consultant
to be paid around $1,000,000 a year.
Could you suggest anyone?
How much?
Please take a look at this document.
Tomorrow at noon,
I want to see on this table...
10 million... dollars, of course.
That's enough to start with.
So, tomorrow, bring me 10 million
in cash.
You can go.
They'll escort you out.
Leave that document.
The worst thing
isn't the 10 million.
To hell with the money.
He knows
our Swiss account numbers,
but the worst thing
is that we don't know...
What's that shit?
An omelet.
It's Makovski's account
of his visit to Koretski.
So?
Where's the recording
he made in Koretski's office?
He recorded it?
- You said he did!
- No.
I told Koretski
I had a recording
of his conversation with Makovski.
You just heard it
from Makovski himself.
The keys to the safe.
Here.
Listen,
Mr. Alcoholics Anonymous,
do you know who Koretski is?
- And who's behind him?
- I don't give a shit.
Behind every bastard is another one.
I'm sick of it.
He knows
our Swiss account numbers,
but the worst thing is
that we don't know
what else he has
in that file of his.
Viktor,
how did he get those contracts?
- I don't know.
- Calm down. Sit down.
I said, sit down.
- How many originals were there?
- 1 for us, 1 for Belenki.
- Where's ours?
- In Belenki's safe.
Aren't there enough safes here?
Belenki's a reliable guy.
And where is this reliable guy now?
I don't know.
He hasn't answered the phone
for 2 days.
We'll go to his place.
Someone bring me a coffee!
- What happened?
- This is the place.
Stop looting.
- Don't steal that fridge.
- We're not!
I'm from the insurance.
When was the fire?
- 3 days ago.
- Not 3... 4.
- Where are the owners?
- No idea.
There were gunshots.
If I understand right,
that's our contract, isn't it?
So, let's take stock:
Debit, credit.
Our friend Moussa:
Minus.
Our friend Plato:
Minus.
Larry: Minus.
Nina: Minus.
My daughters: Plus.
Dear Plato,
what's about to happen
is no one's fault.
Excuse me,
I live downstairs.
I was taking down the trash
and I locked myself out.
So?
Do you have a rope?
You OK?
Everything's fine.
Thank you.
It's just an accident.
It happens.
We've always been friends.
Don't be mad at me.
It's not your fault. I'm tired.
I'd just like to say
one last thing.
Remember that poem by Galich:
"You will beget wolves on earth.
"You'll teach them
to wag their tails."
Do you remember the rest?
Farewell.
It can't be!
I really loved him.
You know that.
Why are you silent?
Do you hate me, too?
Well?
Have I screwed up your life?
Hello.
- Where's your mom?
- She won't see anybody.
Tell her Uncle Plato's here.
Nina!
Mom won't see anybody.
Calm down.
Calm down, honey.
It's over.
I'll be like a father to you now...
Nina, it's us.
There is great suffering here.
Thank you for coming.
Thank you very much.
Let's go.
Let's get out of here.
I got an ex-colleague
to analyze the ashes in the safe.
What did he say?
That it was newspaper
that had burned in the

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