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- My son.
As a surprise.
Everything's fine.
Come to the train, please.
Thank you.
Come here.
Good bye, good bye.
What happened?
Everything's fine,
we'll hold your things.
Don't worry.
Everything's gonna be fine.
We won't steal it.
The next train is coming in a minute.
We'll find some time to get to the pole,
And we'll find some iceberg to gain our goal!
And since we're not fair maidens we hope
To have the Cape of Good Hope our next stop.
And we'll have fun at the Cape of our Hope.
This poem is not over yet.
To be continued.
Thank you.
Let's ask Ivan Kuzmich
to say something.
I don't really have anything to say.
When I look at you
I feel sorry for myself.
That I hurried to be born and I won't have
time to live in the country we're building.
And you have time
both for building and living.
And someone will make our country famous.
Like Lomonosov,
Tchaikovsky or Stakhanov did.
Because you have everything for this:
talent, skill, Komsomol toughness.
That's enough for you.
The Party will help you with the rest.
It will correct in case you need it.
David, am I right?
Yes, you are.
Don't be sad.
I wanted to talk to you in private.
But then I thought why I need to conceal?
Tomorrow is going to be an order anyway.
What order?
A very serious one.
That you are confirmed
as a member
in an All-Union Contest of Violinists.
You're gonna be the most famous!
What wait?
Let's drink to Schwartz!
Wait for this.
Too much criticism about your genius.
He's young, this and that.
Ivan Kuzmich,
I'm going to study 24-7. It's summer.
This is much better.
Sew your cantilena. OK?
Let's drink to genius Shvartz cantilena!
Go out.
Three in a row!
Get up!
Step aside.
- David!
Someone's asking you.
Hello, my children.
Hello, David.
Hello, my boy.
Where did you come from?
Do you know
where my handkerchief can be?
Give me yours.
Thank you.
I'm sorry.
This is because I'm glad to see him.
What is on your neck?
Are you sick?
- No.
-What happened?
Look, why did you come?
I took the train and came.
Hello, friends.
- Hi.
- Hi.
Hello, Abram Ilyich.
Wait, girl.
Are you, by any chance, Tanya Sychova?
From Rybakova Balka, house number 14.
Yes, it's me, Abram Ilyich.
Look how beautiful she is now.
Yes, Dodik, I agree.
I have some presents here.
Here it is. Some jam.
- Take it.
- Thank you.
Take this, mister.
I don't know your name.
Ivan Kuzmich Chernyshov.
Are you David's friend?
Ivan Kuzmich is a secretary
of the Party bureau of the Conservatory.
Nice to meet you.
Abram Ilyich Shvartz.
David's father.
I have already understood this.
I'm really glad to meet you.
What can you say about David?
How is his studying?
It's very good.
Do you treat him well?
Do you appreciate him?
We treat him very well.
Dad, stop it!
Why do you tell me to stop?
- Do you understand me?
- Of course I do.
No, mister Chernyshov,
you will never understand me.
To understand something like this
you must be born at the fisherman town
and to live there all life.
And then at one day to leave
the warehouse for Mitya Zhuchkov,
and at first time to leave Tulchin.
Do you remember Mitya?
The storekeeper.
We did some stuff with him.
No, I don't.
- Ivan Kuzmich, I can explain everything.
- Sure, Ok.
Mitya told me, Abram Ilyich,
if your son studies at the Conservatory,
you are an honest man then.
David, may I kiss you?
I caught a cold.
One cannot kiss girls
when he caught a cold.
You can't kiss Tanya with a cold,
but you can do your dad.
I guess I talk too much, right?
It's because I'm excited.
I haven't seen David for three years,
and it's a shame to say,
but it's my first time in Moscow.
You like here?
I do, but I haven't been anywhere.
I came here from the station.
David, tomorrow you're gonna
show me the Red Square.
Then Tretyakovskaya Gallery,
then the amusement


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