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I’m being late! 9 00:01:25,036 --> 00:01:27,892 You were sleeping so well, so I didn’t wand to wake you up. 10 00:01:28,299 --> 00:01:29,386 I’ve got to go to work. 11 00:01:31,349 --> 00:01:33,831 Well… Want me talk to your boss? 12 00:01:36,671 --> 00:01:37,408 I do. 13 00:01:38,225 --> 00:01:40,881 Then come, come here. 14 00:01:41,787 --> 00:01:42,603 What? 15 00:01:55,652 --> 00:01:56,610 Here we are. 16 00:01:57,960 --> 00:01:58,879 Well. 17 00:02:00,800 --> 00:02:03,279 O, Igor. I’ve forgot my bracelet at yours. 18 00:02:03,540 --> 00:02:04,755 I’ll return it when I’m back. 19 00:02:06,246 --> 00:02:07,624 And the interest too. 20 00:02:07,926 --> 00:02:08,895 Igor… maybe… 21 00:02:09,208 --> 00:02:12,408 Lida. Lida, we’ve decided it didn’t we? 22 00:02:13,035 --> 00:02:14,569 Be a good girl. 23 00:02:19,957 --> 00:02:21,453 No tears, honey. 24 00:02:21,828 --> 00:02:22,635 Right. 25 00:03:04,986 --> 00:03:06,717 Blanket drill is the best one in the army. 26 00:03:06,718 --> 00:03:10,280 Yes, sir! No, sir! My fault, Igor Anatolyevich. Another journey, eh? 27 00:03:10,449 --> 00:03:12,773 Another one, Petrovich. Let it stay near you for a while. 28 00:03:12,861 --> 00:03:16,409 By the way, Prtrovich, ask Kostia 29 00:03:17,306 --> 00:03:20,502 to drive the car to the parking and cherish it like the apple of his own eye. 30 00:03:20,605 --> 00:03:22,947 Only, Pertovich — ask him gently, will you? 31 00:03:25,500 --> 00:03:30,983 So, Articles of Incorporation, the Certificate, the License… 32 00:03:31,228 --> 00:03:36,357 All’s here. Seems to be all. Lida’s copied the documents on a disk for you… 33 00:03:37,189 --> 00:03:38,846 — You’re listening to me? — Of course, buddy. 34 00:03:38,847 --> 00:03:40,922 Only, you’re a nuisance just like my granny. 35 00:03:41,230 --> 00:03:43,661 When I was leaving for school, she used to check me just like a customs officer. 36 00:03:43,662 --> 00:03:45,791 Glasses, schoolbag, pencil case and the tooth braces. 37 00:03:45,792 --> 00:03:48,078 You used to pick off those braces in the entrance hall. 38 00:03:48,086 --> 00:03:50,575 And moved a plush mouse from your sock to your pocket. 39 00:03:50,576 --> 00:03:52,736 And scared Lida with it to death at school. Yeah… 40 00:03:55,722 --> 00:03:57,010 Good morning, Lidie. 41 00:03:57,383 --> 00:03:58,417 Good morning. 42 00:04:01,163 --> 00:04:02,316 Thank you. 43 00:04:03,558 --> 00:04:05,272 Well, write an account of what prospects 44 00:04:05,273 --> 00:04:07,374 we can have in the Far East when you arrive there. 45 00:04:07,375 --> 00:04:10,317 Well, buddy, East is a delicate matter. Especially the Far one. 46 00:04:10,944 --> 00:04:13,391 Why are you so strained? I remember everything. I do. 47 00:04:13,465 --> 00:04:15,837 Because you are a scallywag. Light—headed scallywag. 48 00:04:15,903 --> 00:04:20,687 I’m no scallywag, Sanie. I’m a lucky businessman dearly loved by Fortune. 49 00:04:21,134 --> 00:04:22,750 Knock on wood, lounger. 50 00:04:25,327 --> 00:04:26,619 Fast to go, fast to win! 51 00:04:26,674 --> 00:04:28,224 — Good luck. — See you. 52 00:04:29,450 --> 00:04:31,053 It must be Arthur. Yes? 53 00:04:31,868 --> 00:04:32,913 Sanie? 54 00:04:32,969 --> 00:04:33,667 Yes, Arthur. 55 00:04:33,708 --> 00:04:34,662 Sanie? Don’t mourn. 56 00:04:34,707 --> 00:04:37,273 Of course. Saw Igor off and now getting to work. 57 00:04:38,032 --> 00:04:39,928 Lida, Sanie told me to take some disk. 58 00:04:39,989 --> 00:04:40,627 What? 59 00:04:40,729 --> 00:04:42,239 Take a disk from you. 60 00:04:43,030 --> 00:04:43,898 Here it is. 61 00:04:45,375 --> 00:04:48,485 So, this one is in, this one too… 62 00:04:49,492 --> 00:04:50,979 That’s it. 63 00:04:52,177 --> 00:04:54,035 So long, honey. 64 00:04:54,142 --> 00:04:55,307 Igor, don’t leave please. 65 00:04:55,575 --> 00:04:57,073 Lida, wait. Sanie may go out now. 66 00:04:57,324 --> 00:05:01,075 Let him go, I don’t care. I’m no some lover, am I? 67 00:05:01,220 --> 00:05:04,594 Of course not, you’re no lover. We… We’ve agreed to wait for a while, haven’t we? 68 00:05:04,617 --> 00:05:06,486 We have. We are happy together, aren’t we? 69 00:05:06,510 --> 00:05:10,395 Of course we are. I’ll set the business there and come back. 70 00:05:10,450 --> 00:05:13,063 And we announce it right after my coming back. 71 00:05:14,596 --> 00:05:16,044 But you leave for six month. 72 00:05:16,196 --> 00:05:18,817 I leave only for six months. 73 00:05:20,364 --> 00:05:22,893 We’ll check up how we miss one another during my absence. 74 00:05:22,918 --> 00:05:24,330 I’m already missing you. 75 00:05:24,792 --> 00:05:27,170 I’ll bring aquarium fish for you. You love them, don’t you? 76 00:05:27,193 --> 00:05:28,892 And you order an aquarium meanwhile. 77 00:05:28,899 --> 00:05:31,997 So, You won’t feel so lonely when I’m out for business. 78 00:05:38,170 --> 00:05:39,606 Cheer up. 79 00:05:43,004 --> 00:05:46,921 Mikhail Pshenichny 80 00:05:50,483 --> 00:05:54,519 Denis Rodniansky 81 00:05:56,300 --> 00:06:00,152 Liubava Greshnova 82 00:06:02,161 --> 00:06:06,143 Yana Sobolevskaya, Sergey Gazarov 83 00:06:08,548 --> 00:06:12,372 Written by Marat Tiuleyev and Olga Solovyova 84 00:06:14,476 --> 00:06:18,299 Directed by Dmitry Laktionov 85 00:06:20,397 --> 00:06:24,257 Director of photography: Pavel Kochev 86 00:06:26,239 --> 00:06:30,552 Production designer: Yevgeny Pitenin 87 00:06:32,659 --> 00:06:36,596 Music by Yevgeny Zaytsev 88 00:06:38,341 --> 00:06:42,563 Executive producer: Dmitry Minzianov 89 00:06:44,284 --> 00:06:48,346 Domashny channel’s producer: Yelena Teplova 90 00:06:49,525 --> 00:06:51,171 DOLCE VITA — Lidie, my honey. 91 00:06:51,210 --> 00:06:52,386 Producer: Yuri Minzyanov 92 00:06:52,427 --> 00:06:55,917 I hope very much you’ll like my present. 93 00:06:56,467 --> 00:07:00,597 General producers: Natalya Bilan, Vlad Riashyn 94 00:07:04,181 --> 00:07:09,854 My Friend’s Fiancée 95 00:07:24,986 --> 00:07:28,637 Excuse me; is this number 9/12? 96 00:07:30,655 --> 00:07:31,918 What? Ah, yes, it is. 97 00:07:32,506 --> 00:07:33,704 It is? Thank you. 98 00:08:11,696 --> 00:08:14,154 (Answering machine): You’ve got no messages. 99 00:08:34,596 --> 00:08:35,668 Good evening. 100 00:08:36,088 --> 00:08:39,530 DOLCE VITA congratulates you. We link up hearts. This is for you. 101 00:08:40,974 --> 00:08:42,076 Wow! 102 00:08:42,869 --> 00:08:47,783 I’m so pleased that my admirers still remember my art! 103 00:08:48,656 --> 00:08:52,470 Oh, a note. Just a second. 104 00:08:54,795 --> 00:08:55,535 Well… 105 00:08:56,082 --> 00:08:58,472 My dearest Honey, On considering the whole thing, 106 00:08:58,647 --> 00:09:01,813 I came to understanding that I’m ready. 107 00:09:02,407 --> 00:09:07,065 So, make me the happiest man in the world 108 00:09:07,938 --> 00:09:09,697 and… marry me. 109 00:09:10,958 --> 00:09:14,171 How sweet! But there is no signature. It’s not signed. 110 00:09:14,365 --> 00:09:15,315 This is for you too. 111 00:09:15,441 --> 00:09:16,605 Wow! Ah! 112 00:09:27,142 --> 00:09:29,939 It’s certainly from Nikolay. Though… 113 00:09:30,367 --> 00:09:35,071 Such a fine bouquet… No, this is likely from Sergey Lvovich… 114 00:09:35,198 --> 00:09:36,320 Sign here, please. 115 00:09:38,242 --> 00:09:39,238 Aha. 116 00:09:39,944 --> 00:09:41,944 Ah! Already a signature needed. 117 00:09:42,040 --> 00:09:45,584 Maybe, it’s you who is my secret admirer? Eh, young man? 118 00:09:45,683 --> 00:09:46,578 No. 119 00:09:51,069 --> 00:09:53,481 DOLCE VITA is always at your disposal. Good bye. 120 00:09:53,568 --> 00:09:56,164 Good bye. Good bye, young man. 121 00:09:57,781 --> 00:09:58,700 What a mess! 122 00:10:01,231 --> 00:10:04,988 That’s the meaning of a helpless and lonely woman living here. 123 00:10:05,480 --> 00:10:07,877 Well. It’s time to get married again. 124 00:10:08,464 --> 00:10:12,253 The time’s right, Sergey Lvovich. 125 00:10:35,979 --> 00:10:36,866 Did he call? 126 00:10:37,466 --> 00:10:38,154 No. 127 00:10:39,692 --> 00:10:41,187 Poor thing! 128 00:10:41,520 --> 00:10:46,248 If he hasn’t sent his birthday greeting, It’s finished. It’s the end! 129 00:10:46,842 --> 00:10:50,416 Either he forgot, or… or even worse. 130 00:10:50,710 --> 00:10:51,455 Look, stop that. 131 00:10:51,486 --> 00:10:53,084 Stop what? What are you going to do? 132 00:10:53,102 --> 00:10:54,436 I don’t know what to do. 133 00:10:54,516 --> 00:10:55,428 Lida! 134 00:10:58,205 --> 00:10:59,418 Lidie! 135 00:11:00,119 --> 00:11:02,984 — Good morning, Aleskandr Vasilyevich. — Good morning. 136 00:11:03,507 --> 00:11:05,956 Look, I cannot find the… 137 00:11:06,185 --> 00:11:08,187 Lida, what is it with you? 138 00:11:08,459 --> 00:11:11,019 Nothing. Nothing. I’m fine. I’m really fine. 139 00:11:11,111 --> 00:11:13,535 I see. Look at me. Look at me. 140 00:11:13,916 --> 00:11:15,670 — Have you had breakfast today? — I have. 141 00:11:15,671 --> 00:11:16,822 No, you haven’t. Very well. 142 00:11:16,823 --> 00:11:19,691 We go to the café now. I’ve got a surprise for you. 143 00:11:19,692 --> 00:11:20,853 —I don’t want to. 144 00:11:20,854 --> 00:11:23,178 I’ll show it and then you tell me whether it’s fine o not. 145 00:11:23,202 --> 00:11:25,440 Stay here and put on your coat. I’ll be right back. 146 00:11:26,400 --> 00:11:27,354 What? 147 00:11:38,302 --> 00:11:40,049 There’s another one. Thank you. 148 00:11:40,382 --> 00:11:41,287 Thank you. 149 00:11:41,423 --> 00:11:45,512 A lecture in math. There are three students and the professor in the class. 150 00:11:45,631 --> 00:11:47,583 Five rise and leave; then the professor says: 151 00:11:47,622 --> 00:11:50,265 «Now two in, then it’s going to make zero.” 152 00:11:52,456 --> 00:11:53,840 You’re so funny. 153 00:11:54,895 --> 00:11:56,895 Thank God I have you beside. 154 00:11:58,480 --> 00:11:59,981 Are you serious? 155 00:12:00,495 --> 00:12:05,056 Of course. You’re kind, smart, cheerful, reliable, charming… 156 00:12:05,959 --> 00:12:07,401 Don’t… Don’t stop, please… 157 00:12:07,659 --> 00:12:08,283 Really? 158 00:12:09,457 --> 00:12:12,014 It’s all right. Cheers. 159 00:12:13,947 --> 00:12:15,584 It’s autumn now. 160 00:12:16,171 --> 00:12:18,171 I like autumn. 161 00:12:18,697 --> 00:12:22,099 Seems we saw Iggie off only few days ago, and it’s half a year passed now. 162 00:12:22,448 --> 00:12:24,448 How’s he there, I wonder… 163 00:12:24,871 --> 00:12:25,991 I don’t care. 164 00:12:26,375 --> 00:12:28,321 Lidie, don’t say so. He’s our friend, isn’t he? 165 00:12:28,416 --> 00:12:29,980 A very good friend indeed. 166 00:12:30,288 --> 00:12:32,505 He could have written a couple of lines over the past half a year. 167 00:12:32,506 --> 00:12:33,980 You do know Igor, don’t you? 168 00:12:34,011 --> 00:12:37,425 He’ll beg you to forgive him on his knees when he comes. 169 00:12:38,829 --> 00:12:42,421 And if he won’t, I’ll force him. I’m strong one, am I not? 170 00:12:42,549 --> 00:12:45,691 Not only strong, but kind, smart and reliable. 171 00:12:46,328 --> 00:12:47,460 Having my own business. 172 00:12:47,498 --> 00:12:50,415 Having your own business. But still not married for some reason. 173 00:12:50,466 --> 00:12:51,628 Well, I’m waiting for you. 174 00:12:51,679 --> 00:12:52,981 Oh, come on. I’m serious. 175 00:12:53,772 --> 00:12:55,111 I’m serious too. 176 00:12:56,309 --> 00:12:58,082 — A second… — What? 177 00:12:59,550 --> 00:13:00,738 — O my God! — Lidie… 178 00:13:00,800 --> 00:13:02,236 Sasha, what are you doing? 179 00:13:02,528 --> 00:13:03,128 Lidie… 180 00:13:03,365 --> 00:13:04,747 Sasha, are you sane? 181 00:13:05,037 --> 00:13:07,122 — Dear Miss Lidia Andreevna… — Oh come on! 182 00:13:07,236 --> 00:13:09,414 Would you agree to… 183 00:13:10,262 --> 00:13:11,429 Who’s that?! 184 00:13:12,898 --> 00:13:14,346 Excuse me please. 185 00:13:15,409 --> 00:13:18,649 It’s Igor. Hallo? Yes, buddy. 186 00:13:20,150 --> 00:13:21,886 I’m busy. Spill up. 187 00:13:22,544 --> 00:13:25,117 Aha. Right, I see. 188 00:13:26,546 --> 00:13:28,414 — She’s near me. — Give me the phone please. 189 00:13:28,453 --> 00:13:29,358 Say what? 190 00:13:30,073 --> 00:13:31,316 He disconnected. 191 00:13:31,720 --> 00:13:34,167 Asked to tell you he’ll bring you aquarium fish. 192 00:13:36,801 --> 00:13:39,376 Lida… You didn’t answer me. 193 00:13:58,252 --> 00:13:59,017 I agree. 194 00:13:59,327 --> 00:14:02,118 Yes!! Yes! Yes! Yes! 195 00:14:02,189 --> 00:14:03,286 Ouch! Put me on my feet! 196 00:14:03,362 --> 00:14:07,307 Lidie, my sweetheart! My honey! Hold on! 197 00:14:07,818 --> 00:14:10,547 I’m so happy! I was so much afraid you would refuse me! 198 00:14:10,743 --> 00:14:13,034 Oh come on! There are people all around looking at us. 199 00:14:13,097 --> 00:14:15,113 Let them look! I’m prepared. Wait. Wait. 200 00:14:20,671 --> 00:14:21,635 Hurrah!! 201 00:14:26,887 --> 00:14:30,550 Igor Anatolyevich, you have the floor. 202 00:14:30,953 --> 00:14:31,759 Well… 203 00:14:31,847 --> 00:14:32,585 We’re waiting. 204 00:14:32,865 --> 00:14:34,740 Everyone’s got champagne? All right! 205 00:14:36,089 --> 00:14:37,601 Friends! 206 00:14:38,279 --> 00:14:40,937 I’ve gathered you here to tell you 207 00:14:41,340 --> 00:14:44,504 that the first branch of our company has been launched in the Far East! 208 00:14:44,599 --> 00:14:46,250 Our first branch! 209 00:14:46,305 --> 00:14:49,517 And Lady Luck plays on our side! — Hurrah! Hurrah! 210 00:14:49,620 --> 00:14:53,267 Yeah! So, we have an occasion to celebrate. More than one! 211 00:14:53,385 --> 00:14:57,375 More than one, friends! More than one! 212 00:15:01,928 --> 00:15:03,928 Just look who’s there! 213 00:15:04,627 --> 00:15:07,193 Fast to go, fast to win! 214 00:15:07,628 --> 00:15:09,800 Wow! Are you pumping iron? Working out in a gym? 215 00:15:09,815 --> 00:15:12,868 Later, it’s later. Dear friends! 216 00:15:13,439 --> 00:15:16,862 We’re deliriously happy that Igor Anatolyevich is back with us! 217 00:15:17,837 --> 00:15:22,782 He managed to establish and launch our first branch in a record short term. 218 00:15:22,867 --> 00:15:26,055 Hurrah! Hurrah! Hurrah! 219 00:15:26,895 --> 00:15:30,784 However… however, this is not the only news of the day. 220 00:15:31,554 --> 00:15:36,691 I’m glad to announce that our dear Lida is going to marry. 221 00:15:37,333 --> 00:15:40,403 And the man of her choice is working for our company. 222 00:15:41,950 --> 00:15:43,950 And this lucky one is... 223 00:15:44,561 --> 00:15:45,973 me! 224 00:15:46,393 --> 00:15:49,635 Aleksandr Vasilyevich! That’s great! 225 00:15:54,309 --> 00:15:55,337 Thank you. 226 00:16:01,618 --> 00:16:02,446 Lida, I don’t… 227 00:16:02,505 --> 00:16:03,880 Welcome back, Igor. 228 00:16:04,471 --> 00:16:05,551 Thank you, honey. 229 00:16:06,606 --> 00:16:09,189 Though, excuse me, I have no rights now to call you this now. 230 00:16:09,211 --> 00:16:11,959 Yes. Now you have no right to call ME this now. 231 00:16:12,793 --> 00:16:14,568 Lida, I don’t get it. What does this mean? 232 00:16:14,593 --> 00:16:16,554 What is it you don’t understand? 233 00:16:19,411 --> 00:16:22,026 By the way, where is the promised aquarium fish? 234 00:16:22,891 --> 00:16:23,839 Fish? 235 00:16:24,071 --> 00:16:24,722 Yes, fish. 236 00:16:25,363 --> 00:16:27,011 You worry about the fish? 237 00:16:32,097 --> 00:16:33,751 I will do it tomorrow. 238 00:17:14,019 --> 00:17:14,872 Yes, Dad. 239 00:17:16,586 --> 00:17:17,809 Yeah, hi. 240 00:17:19,467 --> 00:17:20,990 Yeah, I’m home. 241 00:17:23,347 --> 00:17:26,484 Of course you’re welcome. I cannot finish the redecoration without you. 242 00:17:26,737 --> 00:17:30,244 Why you’re so sad? Something’s up? 243 00:17:34,592 --> 00:17:36,592 Excuse me, a fit of cough. 244 00:17:37,052 --> 00:17:39,808 No, of course I’m not smoking. I’ve quitted. 245 00:17:40,609 --> 00:17:42,609 I mean it, I have. 246 00:17:44,330 --> 00:17:45,824 What’s up? 247 00:17:48,283 --> 00:17:50,187 What? Lida left you? 248 00:17:52,266 --> 00:17:58,548 Holy cow! Sasha’s a cowboy indeed. Well done. 249 00:17:59,702 --> 00:18:01,936 Did you really want to be waited all your lifetime? 250 00:18:02,023 --> 00:18:04,023 Okay, okay. Don’t be so sad! Cheer up! 251 00:18:05,178 --> 00:18:07,305 I’ll come and we’ll talk. Okay? 252 00:18:11,201 --> 00:18:14,995 Well, I say! The girl’s all right. Well done. 253 00:18:15,844 --> 00:18:18,951 Ah, hi. You’re already here? 254 00:18:19,197 --> 00:18:21,197 The business trip was of use for you. 255 00:18:21,319 --> 00:18:23,839 It’s the jet lag. The body hasn’t adapted yet. 256 00:18:24,981 --> 00:18:30,416 It’s done. I’ve put cheaper fish into the tank first, to make it habitable. 257 00:18:30,582 --> 00:18:33,651 And I’ll put guppies and barbels in here later. 258 00:18:35,429 --> 00:18:37,782 Why are they odd in number? 259 00:18:38,309 --> 00:18:41,597 They will be even later. Barbels are supposed to be kept like this — 260 00:18:41,644 --> 00:18:44,114 one female, two males. 261 00:18:44,376 --> 00:18:47,221 Wait, one female and two males? Is it matriarchy? 262 00:18:47,518 --> 00:18:51,534 And I’ll put the guppies in here after, and it’s vice versa with them: 263 00:18:51,756 --> 00:18:53,756 one male, two females. 264 00:18:54,361 --> 00:18:57,486 Do fish really have something like a perfect couple? 265 00:18:57,629 --> 00:18:59,784 They do. Platyfish. But they are in quarantine now. 266 00:18:59,832 --> 00:19:03,873 Ah, by the way, see this? See this? 267 00:19:04,482 --> 00:19:08,139 The male has a sword—like tale fin. 268 00:19:09,228 --> 00:19:10,275 What is it for? 269 00:19:14,677 --> 00:19:19,802 To protect his female from encroachment of other males. 270 00:19:21,349 --> 00:19:21,987 Man indeed! 271 00:19:22,014 --> 00:19:22,750 Thank you. 272 00:19:25,487 --> 00:19:26,903 Well, grow up, guys. 273 00:19:29,950 --> 00:19:32,553 Buddy, we need to hire someone for Lida’s position. 274 00:19:32,988 --> 00:19:34,597 She resigned or what? 275 00:19:34,778 --> 00:19:39,004 You see, I wad thinking it doesn’t fit her to work as a secretary 276 00:19:39,741 --> 00:19:42,835 when she becomes my wife. Let her stay at home, nursing kids. 277 00:19:43,096 --> 00:19:44,472 What kids? Already done? 278 00:19:44,586 --> 00:19:45,935 Not yet. 279 00:19:46,157 --> 00:19:48,406 Close your eyes and stretch your hands. 280 00:19:50,236 --> 00:19:51,390 Close your eyes. 281 00:19:56,393 --> 00:20:01,567 Open’em up. Pleased? The headlights can be turned on. 282 00:20:06,527 --> 00:20:09,451 I’ll give it to a neighbor boy if you handle with it without due care. 283 00:20:10,542 --> 00:20:12,711 Ah, Iggie, do you remember how we started? 284 00:20:12,829 --> 00:20:16,299 An office in a basement, an old Mercedes, one for two of us. 285 00:20:17,148 --> 00:20:18,534 And one secretary, for two of us. 286 00:20:18,561 --> 00:20:20,821 Yeah. Lidie really helped us much then. 287 00:20:22,764 --> 00:20:26,760 Just look at him! Yet another final warning. 288 00:20:28,049 --> 00:20:29,562 What’s that? 289 00:20:29,974 --> 00:20:33,248 Restaurant VENICE is privileged to invite you on the occasion of engagement… 290 00:20:33,286 --> 00:20:35,220 — Hey, buddy! Are you going to marry?! — Yes. 291 00:20:35,221 --> 00:20:37,942 — And you’ve been keeping this secret?! Where did you meet her?! — There. 292 00:20:37,970 --> 00:20:39,196 — The business trip? — Aha. 293 00:20:39,300 --> 00:20:40,938 How fortunate you are to have that! 294 00:20:41,023 --> 00:20:41,629 Yes, I am. 295 00:20:41,682 --> 00:20:43,313 And why did you throw it away? 296 00:20:43,568 --> 00:20:47,658 Eh… we wanted to celebrate on Saturday… but she cannot come in time. 297 00:20:47,792 --> 00:20:50,614 So now I’ll have to… cancel the restaurant reservation, by the way. 298 00:20:50,661 --> 00:20:54,232 Wait, don’t cancel the reservation. I wanted to celebrate my engagement too. 299 00:20:54,311 --> 00:20:58,416 Why not on Saturday? VENICE is Lida’s favorite restaurant. 300 00:20:59,828 --> 00:21:02,492 Can we do that instead of you? 301 00:21:03,192 --> 00:21:05,066 — All right. — Thank you so much! 302 00:21:05,574 --> 00:21:07,753 So, why did your lady fail to come? 303 00:21:08,404 --> 00:21:11,304 Haven’t packed the purses and ribbons yet? You should help her. 304 00:21:11,348 --> 00:21:13,861 Girls are not to be left alone for long. I’m off. 305 00:21:14,853 --> 00:21:16,271 Yeah, that’s true. 306 00:21:17,689 --> 00:21:20,209 Ouch, what is that? Wait. 307 00:21:21,867 --> 00:21:24,238 It’s going to be all right now. 308 00:21:27,594 --> 00:21:30,070 One, two, three… 309 00:21:30,444 --> 00:21:36,951 “I’ll recognize…” — Wrong tune, guys. Will you do it again? 310 00:21:38,033 --> 00:21:49,930 (Song): “I’ll recognize my love from his step. 311 00:21:52,158 --> 00:22:00,032 He wears peg—top trousers, 312 00:22:08,134 --> 00:22:13,661 And he wears a Panama too, 313 00:22:14,295 --> 00:22:18,229 And also bovver boots. 314 00:22:30,951 --> 00:22:35,319 I shouldn’t have met you, my love. 315 00:22:36,413 --> 00:22:40,614 I shouldn’t have fallen in love with you. 316 00:22:42,041 --> 00:22:46,630 I didn’t know this romance stuff before. 317 00:22:47,272 --> 00:22:51,130 And now I’m suffering from love every hour…” 318 00:23:02,417 --> 00:23:03,886 Have a cigarette to borrow? 319 00:23:04,478 --> 00:23:06,099 Just a second. 320 00:23:07,606 --> 00:23:10,117 Igor Anatlyevich, you don’t smoke, do you? 321 00:23:10,911 --> 00:23:12,350 I don’t. And I don’t drink too. 322 00:23:13,276 --> 00:23:17,323 (Song): “… He’ll never be back home to Moscow. 323 00:23:18,371 --> 00:23:22,099 There’s only picture that remained after him.” 324 00:23:27,312 --> 00:23:31,640 Well, I declare. Lidka did nice indeed. She did hatch up his Sasha. Well done! 325 00:23:31,769 --> 00:23:35,094 No surprise. An old love never rusts. They are together since they were children. 326 00:23:35,133 --> 00:23:36,372 He, she and Vetrov. 327 00:23:36,493 --> 00:23:42,409 Well, if I were to choose, I would choose Iggie. He’s so nice fellow! 328 00:23:42,902 --> 00:23:45,813 Nice fellow! He’s that sort of fellows. He loves first and than leaves. 329 00:23:45,852 --> 00:23:47,939 Guys like Kuptsov are better fit to live with. 330 00:23:47,978 --> 00:23:51,010 Short, plump, having money and no requirements. 331 00:23:51,827 --> 00:23:55,520 I heard the other day Lidka calling Kuptsov Hamster. 332 00:24:08,899 --> 00:24:14,984 Hey, Iggie… Hold this please. Hold it… sit down. 333 00:24:23,373 --> 00:24:25,393 Iggie… 334 00:24:25,766 --> 00:24:30,564 I’m so happy. I want to thank you. 335 00:24:31,512 --> 00:24:32,376 What for? 336 00:24:33,453 --> 00:24:34,536 For everything. 337 00:24:36,734 --> 00:24:42,412 I thought Lida prefers you. 338 00:24:43,253 --> 00:24:45,253 But she’s good girl. 339 00:24:45,959 --> 00:24:48,664 She knows which one is better to be with. 340 00:24:51,995 --> 00:24:53,525 Why are you better to be with? 341 00:24:53,885 --> 00:24:54,927 I don’t know. 342 00:24:55,990 --> 00:25:03,937 Perhaps… because you’re a hostage of this your… everything… 343 00:25:05,563 --> 00:25:12,404 How to say… You’re handsome, chicks run after you, and you ought to accord… 344 00:25:13,229 --> 00:25:15,424 with this style. That’s the thing. 345 00:25:15,606 --> 00:25:19,386 Not to live, but to accord. 346 00:25:22,264 --> 00:25:23,469 To accord. 347 00:25:27,786 --> 00:25:29,611 Oo—ooh! 348 00:25:35,588 --> 00:25:39,069 Lida, Sasha’s already out of condition now. It’s high time to take him home. 349 00:25:39,670 --> 00:25:41,038 I’ll go to order a taxi. 350 00:25:43,237 --> 00:25:44,038 What? 351 00:25:44,416 --> 00:25:45,112 Nothing. 352 00:25:47,256 --> 00:25:49,029 Why are you looking at me like that? 353 00:25:49,617 --> 00:25:50,444 It’s nothing. 354 00:25:53,389 --> 00:25:57,047 Iggie, Iggie, 355 00:25:57,181 --> 00:26:01,700 see Lida her home, please, will you? 356 00:26:02,080 --> 00:26:04,840 Unfort… Unfort… Unfortunately… I can’t do that now. 357 00:26:05,069 --> 00:26:07,471 Lidie, please forgive me. 358 00:26:08,081 --> 00:26:09,846 Iggie will see you home. 359 00:26:10,081 --> 00:26:14,373 You live in the same building, don’t you? I hope you fiancée wont mind it. 360 00:26:14,912 --> 00:26:17,401 His fiancée is a real beauty. 361 00:26:18,115 --> 00:26:20,461 Did you tell me her name? You didn’t. 362 00:26:20,506 --> 00:26:25,131 You didn’t ask me, buddy. Come, come. Come, buddy, hold on. 363 00:26:29,404 --> 00:26:34,797 So, where did you meet her? 364 00:26:36,005 --> 00:26:39,733 Over there. Or there. 365 00:26:40,986 --> 00:26:42,110 In the East. 366 00:26:42,413 --> 00:26:45,621 Aha. I’m curious to look at her. 367 00:26:46,502 --> 00:26:47,662 You’ll have enough time to. 368 00:26:47,681 --> 00:26:48,308 Meaning? 369 00:26:49,162 --> 00:26:51,070 Sasha offered her to work for us. 370 00:26:58,122 --> 00:27:01,938 Can you follow me faster?! You’re slow as a snail. 371 00:27:02,367 --> 00:27:02,977 Lida? 372 00:27:04,919 --> 00:27:05,502 What? 373 00:27:07,627 --> 00:27:09,393 Do you really love him? 374 00:27:10,332 --> 00:27:10,904 Who? 375 00:27:11,657 --> 00:27:12,615 Sasha. 376 00:27:13,516 --> 00:27:15,208 Do you really love your fiancée? 377 00:27:20,464 --> 00:27:21,673 I was the first to ask. 378 00:27:22,960 --> 00:27:24,158 I was the second to answer. 379 00:27:24,245 --> 00:27:27,182 Look, does this really matter for you who loves whom, or doesn’t love. 380 00:27:27,206 --> 00:27:29,519 — Here we are again!… — Yes, here we are again. 381 00:27:29,749 --> 00:27:32,833 — You don’t see anybody around except you, handsome one. — No, I don’t. 382 00:27:32,834 --> 00:27:35,573 And that people around you suffer, have thoughts and feelings. 383 00:27:35,723 --> 00:27:36,375 No, I don’t. 384 00:27:36,477 --> 00:27:37,798 You care of your nice suit only. 385 00:27:37,829 --> 00:27:40,005 It’s being fit and in accord to your position, right? 386 00:27:40,028 --> 00:27:41,441 Are you two in collusion? 387 00:27:45,533 --> 00:27:46,546 Just stop that. 388 00:27:49,062 --> 00:27:52,096 Stop seeing me home. 389 00:27:53,627 --> 00:27:55,488 I am not seeing you. 390 00:27:56,488 --> 00:27:57,664 I’m going MY home. 391 00:27:57,834 --> 00:27:58,612 Then go. 392 00:28:00,249 --> 00:28:00,870 So, can I go? 393 00:28:00,952 --> 00:28:01,759 Aha. 394 00:28:04,208 --> 00:28:05,310 Catch up with me. 395 00:28:06,281 --> 00:28:09,544 Come on, just go. Or your fiancée will be jealous… 396 00:28:10,472 --> 00:28:14,022 Your Far East fiancée… Some man indeed… 397 00:29:13,188 --> 00:29:13,956 Hallo? 398 00:29:14,496 --> 00:29:15,038 Hallo? 399 00:29:15,342 --> 00:29:16,132 Yes, speak up. 400 00:29:17,039 --> 00:29:18,048 Maria… 401 00:29:20,127 --> 00:29:21,542 Are you Maria Leonidovna? 402 00:29:21,599 --> 00:29:22,294 Yes. 403 00:29:22,509 --> 00:29:25,843 Nice to hear you. It’s Igor Vetrov from the Moscow office. 404 00:29:26,535 --> 00:29:28,524 Igor Anatolyevich. Glad to hear you too. 405 00:29:28,707 --> 00:29:32,092 Maria, I remember you telling me you would like 406 00:29:32,338 --> 00:29:36,285 to be transferred from your branch to our Moscow office, right? 407 00:29:36,577 --> 00:29:37,979 Yes, I had such a wish. 408 00:29:38,116 --> 00:29:42,586 So, if you haven’t changed your mind, I have a job for you. 409 00:29:45,287 --> 00:29:47,981 Sanie, what are you doing here on such an early Sunday morning? 410 00:29:48,009 --> 00:29:52,307 Iggie, hi. I was sort of walking and walking until I reached the office. 411 00:29:52,878 --> 00:29:56,379 Now I’m watching two men pursuing one chick. It’s humiliating… 412 00:29:58,069 --> 00:29:59,297 I mean the fish. 413 00:30:00,297 --> 00:30:01,797 And what brought you here? 414 00:30:02,201 --> 00:30:03,856 Need to sort our papers. 415 00:30:04,268 --> 00:30:06,268 No mood to work home. 416 00:30:06,909 --> 00:30:09,350 God gracious! What a terrible headache! 417 00:30:09,810 --> 00:30:11,665 Well… You shouldn’t have drunk that much. 418 00:30:11,767 --> 00:30:14,574 Oh, come on! That was an important occasion indeed. A marriage. 419 00:30:14,575 --> 00:30:16,725 — Your fiancée coming soon? — Tomorrow. 420 00:30:18,535 --> 00:30:20,558 Iggie, I’m so happy for you. 421 00:30:21,788 --> 00:30:26,418 Look, I really drank to excess yesterday and blabbed out a heap of bullshit to you. 422 00:30:27,156 --> 00:30:28,048 Forgive me please. 423 00:30:28,084 --> 00:30:30,186 Oh, come on. Shit happens. That’s okay. 424 00:30:31,685 --> 00:30:32,577 So, peace? 425 00:30:32,955 --> 00:30:33,592 Peace. 426 00:30:36,889 --> 00:30:38,226 — Ariadna Smionovna? — What? 427 00:30:38,237 --> 00:30:40,544 — Good afternoon. — Good afternoon, Iggie. 428 00:30:41,037 --> 00:30:43,556 — Wouldn’t you like to let out one of your rooms? — To you? 429 00:30:43,593 --> 00:30:47,060 No. A friend of mine is coming. I cannot receive her because of damned redecoration going on at my place. 430 00:30:47,099 --> 00:30:49,765 Why not? That would be better than being alone. 431 00:30:49,813 --> 00:30:51,160 — You did your jogging? — Yes. 432 00:30:51,201 --> 00:30:52,326 You look great. 433 00:30:52,591 --> 00:30:55,050 Of course. I’m going to marry soon. 434 00:30:55,302 --> 00:30:57,321 Ariadna Smionovna, you’re breaking my heart. 435 00:30:57,377 --> 00:31:00,510 Don’t be upset. Don’t be upset that much. 436 00:31:00,827 --> 00:31:02,827 I may change my mind. 437 00:31:03,180 --> 00:31:05,992 — Ah, that’s another piece of cake. — Unlock it. 438 00:31:08,420 --> 00:31:15,167 You’re kidding. You just don’t know how I looked when I was young. Haw—haw! 439 00:31:34,990 --> 00:31:37,368 Colleagues, the pitch board has its session on Thursday. 440 00:31:37,407 --> 00:31:39,287 I’ve got partners visiting me on Wednesday. 441 00:31:39,288 --> 00:31:41,058 Prepare all the stuff by that time please. 442 00:31:41,059 --> 00:31:44,080 — Aleksandr Vasilyevich, not enough time. — Or we lose potential clients. 443 00:31:44,117 --> 00:31:45,692 Igor Anatolyevich? Good afternoon. 444 00:31:47,369 --> 00:31:48,618 You are Maria? 445 00:31:51,395 --> 00:31:54,281 I’m Aleksandr. And I’m happy for Igor and you. 446 00:31:54,357 --> 00:31:57,269 Maria is tired, she’s just arrived. You’ll have time for a closer talk. 447 00:31:57,336 --> 00:31:59,156 — I’m not. — You are. Let me help you. 448 00:32:00,554 --> 00:32:01,861 Get to work. 449 00:32:02,983 --> 00:32:05,721 I didn’t understand what your partner was talking about. 450 00:32:06,331 --> 00:32:09,902 My partner is absolutely sure you’re my fiancée. 451 00:32:11,966 --> 00:32:15,026 But it’s not the point. Good afternoon. 452 00:32:15,111 --> 00:32:16,510 And what is the point? 453 00:32:17,000 --> 00:32:19,658 I now ask you to believe that thing too. 454 00:32:20,745 --> 00:32:23,937 Let’s move further. The walls are too thin here, you know. 455 00:32:27,166 --> 00:32:33,091 Well, Maria, I’m glad you’ve understood me and I’m glad you have sense of humor. 456 00:32:34,978 --> 00:32:38,352 I hoped my job would be connected with professional matters. 457 00:32:38,631 --> 00:32:40,608 It will be. Directly. 458 00:32:41,552 --> 00:32:44,422 Maria, please understand, you will save not only pending… 459 00:32:44,798 --> 00:32:45,940 Call me Masha. 460 00:32:46,860 --> 00:32:49,149 Or no one would believe we’re going to marry. 461 00:32:49,577 --> 00:32:53,362 In sum, Masha, you’ll save not only Sasha and Lida’s pending marriage, 462 00:32:53,504 --> 00:32:55,353 but the entire company. 463 00:32:56,212 --> 00:32:58,053 Because a conflict between two key figures 464 00:32:58,084 --> 00:33:00,775 often leads to collapse of the entire business. 465 00:33:02,936 --> 00:33:08,524 Sasha is my best friend, and I don’t wish our relationship to change because of Lida. 466 00:33:08,992 --> 00:33:12,079 In total, he should never guess that Lida and I had any sort of relationship 467 00:33:12,093 --> 00:33:14,446 or may ever have. Are you sure you can do that? 468 00:33:18,957 --> 00:33:19,705 I am. 469 00:33:20,168 --> 00:33:22,893 All right. Then I’ll show you the place you’re going to live in. 470 00:33:22,969 --> 00:33:24,471 Am I going to stay at yours? 471 00:33:26,958 --> 00:33:30,375 No. I have an ongoing redecoration. But I’ve arranged a room for you with a lady. 472 00:33:30,376 --> 00:33:31,813 So, you stay at hers. For a while. 473 00:33:31,875 --> 00:33:34,556 Well, it would be more plausible when ones in love live together. 474 00:33:34,557 --> 00:33:36,502 Or, at least he comes to pick her up for work. 475 00:33:36,539 --> 00:33:38,122 I’ll be picking you up. 476 00:33:40,185 --> 00:33:41,140 By elevator. 477 00:33:48,551 --> 00:33:49,777 So? Good luck. 478 00:33:50,413 --> 00:33:51,255 You too. 479 00:34:10,957 --> 00:34:12,900 — Thank you. — Would you excuse me? 480 00:34:16,066 --> 00:34:18,461 It’s for long. 481 00:34:20,278 --> 00:34:21,972 Yes, Arthur? 482 00:34:22,828 --> 00:34:24,828 Yes, I’m already in Moscow. 483 00:34:40,253 --> 00:34:40,990 May I? 484 00:34:41,309 --> 00:34:42,174 Who’s there? 485 00:34:42,758 --> 00:34:44,758 Aleksandr Vasilyevich, it’s Masha Rumiantseva. 486 00:34:44,790 --> 00:34:47,776 Ah, Masha, come in please. I’m upstairs now. Descending. 487 00:34:51,064 --> 00:34:55,484 O my God! Excuse me, Masha, I’m so clumsy. 488 00:34:56,364 --> 00:35:00,907 We’ll put it right here now. Right. Thank you. 489 00:35:01,415 --> 00:35:06,014 Thank you very much. That’s it. 490 00:35:06,462 --> 00:35:07,437 What is this? 491 00:35:08,401 --> 00:35:13,293 Ah, it’s Wondertown. I’ve made it just for fun. A spare time hobby. 492 00:35:13,717 --> 00:35:14,796 It’s very beautiful. 493 00:35:15,161 --> 00:35:16,489 You really like it? 494 00:35:16,798 --> 00:35:19,310 I do. An original concept indeed. And what is this? 495 00:35:19,454 --> 00:35:21,288 Come, I’ll show it to you. 496 00:35:23,375 --> 00:35:24,801 This is a sort of a vertical park. 497 00:35:24,802 --> 00:35:27,216 It’s going to be placed here. I haven’t made it yet. 498 00:35:27,506 --> 00:35:31,242 And this — one, two, three — these are hollow cylinders. 499 00:35:31,717 --> 00:35:37,215 Strings will be fixed inside them, so that they would sound when the wind blows. 500 00:35:39,714 --> 00:35:42,858 All right, see you in the evening. Yes. Yes. 501 00:35:43,504 --> 00:35:45,858 It’s a way different piece of cake. 502 00:35:53,194 --> 00:35:57,415 … Ah! A gorgeous story! Heard recently. I nearly fell off my chair, laughing… 503 00:36:07,931 --> 00:36:08,544 Hi. 504 00:36:10,485 --> 00:36:11,622 Here’s another one. 505 00:36:11,836 --> 00:36:15,265 A lecture in math. There are three students and the professor in the class. 506 00:36:15,924 --> 00:36:17,529 Five suddenly rise and leave… 507 00:36:17,664 --> 00:36:21,088 Then the professor says: «Now two in, then it’s going to make zero.” 508 00:36:22,889 --> 00:36:25,840 By the way, the working day has already started. Did you notice that? 509 00:36:25,907 --> 00:36:30,221 Stop grumbling. Masha likes my Wondertown. And my story too. 510 00:36:30,567 --> 00:36:32,968 Aleksandr Vasilyevich did a huge work. 511 00:36:33,730 --> 00:36:36,693 If I were an investor, I would choose your company only. 512 00:36:37,954 --> 00:36:39,664 When do you present the project? 513 00:36:39,881 --> 00:36:41,580 We pitch another one. 514 00:36:42,287 --> 00:36:43,191 Which? 515 00:36:45,458 --> 00:36:48,013 This one. Presenting together with our partners. 516 00:36:53,384 --> 00:36:55,151 This one’s good too. 517 00:36:55,634 --> 00:36:58,017 But why don’t you wish to present the Wondertown? 518 00:36:58,143 --> 00:37:00,029 It’s much more intriguing, to my mind. 519 00:37:00,105 --> 00:37:03,372 I don’t think it will pass. There’s a serious guy sitting there. 520 00:37:03,609 --> 00:37:05,890 Named Khromov. He will say it’s a childish stuff. 521 00:37:06,129 --> 00:37:11,021 Why? With a due approach to the presentation it’s going to work. Surely. 522 00:37:11,639 --> 00:37:13,639 I have skills in matters like this. 523 00:37:13,814 --> 00:37:16,799 Well, then you might give a master class for us, the slow—witted, eh? 524 00:37:16,952 --> 00:37:20,340 Oh, Masha, beware. Igor doesn’t tolerate competitors. 525 00:37:21,504 --> 00:37:25,133 All right. Then I’ll give my propositions to Igor Anatolyevich for approval. 526 00:37:25,267 --> 00:37:27,016 Igor Anatolyevich, will you receive me? 527 00:37:27,061 --> 00:37:29,469 Iggie, where did you find this treasure? 528 00:37:30,925 --> 00:37:31,981 Aleksandr Vasilyevich… 529 00:37:32,018 --> 00:37:35,448 Call me Sasha. Masha, I have no doubt you would be able to sell any project, 530 00:37:35,468 --> 00:37:37,821 even the Wndertown, in view of your talents. 531 00:37:38,912 --> 00:37:41,612 However, a business—center for Khromov is our current priority. 532 00:37:41,635 --> 00:37:43,487 Let’s direct your enthusiasm that direction. 533 00:37:43,492 --> 00:37:46,494 Igor, I propose to appoint Masha your deputy. 534 00:37:47,567 --> 00:37:49,645 Why so low? My own shoes would be better. 535 00:37:49,738 --> 00:37:51,764 Oh, come on! I’m nothing without you. 536 00:37:52,445 --> 00:37:54,767 But having some assistance would be of use for you. 537 00:37:54,806 --> 00:37:57,460 So what? Accept the deputy? Or I’ll take her. 538 00:38:00,289 --> 00:38:01,176 All right. 539 00:38:10,073 --> 00:38:11,160 Just a second. 540 00:38:21,252 --> 00:38:23,186 God damn where does she keep coffee? 541 00:38:27,806 --> 00:38:29,358 Shall I make a coffee for you? 542 00:38:29,504 --> 00:38:30,208 Yes. 543 00:38:34,605 --> 00:38:36,329 Why so nervous? 544 00:38:38,622 --> 00:38:40,411 Afraid of competitors? 545 00:38:40,982 --> 00:38:42,982 Or jealous of my interest in your friend? 546 00:38:43,490 --> 00:38:45,758 Know what? Trying to impress me? 547 00:38:48,396 --> 00:38:49,277 Sugar? 548 00:38:51,911 --> 00:38:54,019 Or your fiancée is supposed to meet… 549 00:38:54,532 --> 00:38:57,178 Slow down, Maria Rumantseva. 550 00:38:58,122 --> 00:39:00,458 Your fiancée position is nothing but a mere formality. 551 00:39:00,624 --> 00:39:02,738 I’ll send you back in case you show buck. 552 00:39:03,083 --> 00:39:05,360 I drink it without sugar. Is it clear? 553 00:39:16,711 --> 00:39:17,616 Excuse me. 554 00:39:23,769 --> 00:39:29,341 Lida, meet Masha, my fiancée. 555 00:39:29,912 --> 00:39:32,575 It’s Lida, Sasha’s fiancée. 556 00:39:32,897 --> 00:39:37,346 Nice to meet you, Lida. Sasha told me many things about you. Nice to meet you. 557 00:39:38,260 --> 00:39:42,660 And Igor didn’t tell me anything of you. 558 00:39:43,580 --> 00:39:44,575 Strange, isn’t it? 559 00:39:46,392 --> 00:39:49,070 Excuse me. Sasha’s waiting for me. 560 00:39:50,437 --> 00:39:52,748 Honey, I’m here. Come to me, darling. 561 00:39:57,623 --> 00:39:59,058 Was it a formality too? 562 00:40:04,823 --> 00:40:06,000 Your coffee’s terrible. 563 00:40:08,587 --> 00:40:10,642 Here, my darling. 564 00:40:11,269 --> 00:40:16,209 We’ll correct you slightly now. Wait, wait… 565 00:40:18,585 --> 00:40:20,164 What position she going to work in? 566 00:40:20,543 --> 00:40:22,085 Iggie’s deputy. 567 00:40:22,305 --> 00:40:23,846 Brilliant rise. 568 00:40:25,250 --> 00:40:27,889 That’s the meaning of a right connection, isn’t it? 569 00:40:28,718 --> 00:40:30,606 That’s the meaning of a college’s certificate 570 00:40:30,607 --> 00:40:32,504 with honors coupled with work experience… 571 00:40:32,505 --> 00:40:34,850 Aha, I see… and she’s got a whole lot of other virtues. 572 00:40:34,874 --> 00:40:36,874 By the way, she liked my Wondertown. 573 00:40:37,065 --> 00:40:38,765 No doubt she would. 574 00:40:40,150 --> 00:40:42,400 Lidka, you’re jealous, aren’t you? 575 00:40:42,835 --> 00:40:45,959 Me? Why should I? 576 00:40:46,462 --> 00:40:47,443 Yes, you’re jealous. 577 00:40:47,524 --> 00:40:49,214 Sanie, I forgot to tell. Arthur called me. 578 00:40:49,237 --> 00:40:51,787 Tonight we’re meeting with the investors at the bowling club. 579 00:40:51,842 --> 00:40:54,568 Khromov himself is going to come. So we need to… 580 00:40:58,354 --> 00:41:01,973 We’re playing bowling tonight. Khromov’s going to come. Arthur made the appointment. 581 00:41:02,008 --> 00:41:04,803 It’s great. Very well, we should prepare… 582 00:41:08,128 --> 00:41:10,370 Lida, what is it with you? 583 00:41:13,586 --> 00:41:17,964 I’m fine. I just dislike Masha very much. 584 00:41:18,868 --> 00:41:21,612 And it seems to me we might lose Igor, having her here. 585 00:41:22,114 --> 00:41:25,975 We’ve been friends with Igor for 15 years. And now we are going to lose him, eh? 586 00:41:28,901 --> 00:41:33,314 Hamster, you’re so funny. 587 00:41:34,266 --> 00:41:35,808 And naïve too. 588 00:41:36,288 --> 00:41:39,107 Can you tell me about Khromov? Who is he? 589 00:41:42,128 --> 00:41:44,045 Our potential investor, a great gun. 590 00:41:46,235 --> 00:41:49,041 He lives a retired life. 591 00:41:50,073 --> 00:41:52,668 No parties, no interviews. 592 00:41:53,985 --> 00:41:55,985 Only few know him in the face. 593 00:41:57,667 --> 00:42:00,416 And now he agreed to meet with us. It’s a miracle indeed. 594 00:42:02,831 --> 00:42:04,792 We need to make friends with him. 595 00:42:06,094 --> 00:42:06,994 Go and try. 596 00:42:10,427 --> 00:42:11,609 Don’t be so angry. 597 00:42:20,460 --> 00:42:22,067 Ariadna Semionovna, I’m home. 598 00:42:22,114 --> 00:42:23,718 Good evening, Masha. 599 00:42:24,282 --> 00:42:25,682 Good evening. 600 00:42:26,150 --> 00:42:28,603 I’m leaving for the bowling club. 601 00:42:29,077 --> 00:42:30,076 With Iggie? 602 00:42:30,282 --> 00:42:33,648 Yes. Accept my admiration! 603 00:42:36,619 --> 00:42:41,545 Do you have a romance with him? If you forgive me my curiosity… 604 00:42:42,535 --> 00:42:44,552 We’ve got a deal. 605 00:42:45,298 --> 00:42:47,682 I’m temporarily acting his fiancée. 606 00:42:48,284 --> 00:42:50,605 And he employs me for his headquarters in exchange. 607 00:42:50,818 --> 00:42:54,147 And why should you act his fiancée? 608 00:42:57,920 --> 00:42:59,430 To save his business. 609 00:43:01,177 --> 00:43:02,888 Ah, Masha! 610 00:43:03,578 --> 00:43:08,789 If I were you, I would never miss a chance like that. 611 00:43:09,783 --> 00:43:10,857 What chance? 612 00:43:11,103 --> 00:43:13,526 A brilliant chance to become his real fiancée. 613 00:43:13,685 --> 00:43:15,917 Iggie’s handsome, well—mannered and well—off. 614 00:43:16,393 --> 00:43:19,190 An answer to any girl’s prayer. 615 00:43:20,050 --> 00:43:22,225 But he’s dreaming of another woman. 616 00:43:23,225 --> 00:43:24,094 No chance. 617 00:43:24,215 --> 00:43:28,421 Masha, could such a smart beauty 618 00:43:28,857 --> 00:43:32,175 like you have any match? 619 00:43:33,163 --> 00:43:40,424 Ah, I would never miss such a prey if I were younger. 620 00:43:45,673 --> 00:43:47,599 Are you kidding, Ariadna Semionovna? 621 00:43:48,031 --> 00:43:51,374 If anything, ask me, daughter. 622 00:43:51,731 --> 00:43:54,782 I’m an experienced hunter. 623 00:43:56,819 --> 00:43:57,694 Where are you? 624 00:44:03,905 --> 00:44:04,870 So, we go? 625 00:44:07,905 --> 00:44:09,797 Yeah, get in, please. 626 00:44:12,002 --> 00:44:14,002 — Ah, yes. — Yes. 627 00:44:15,667 --> 00:44:17,386 — The one in the suit is… — Arthur. 628 00:44:18,166 --> 00:44:19,596 And the guy he’s talking to? 629 00:44:19,636 --> 00:44:20,741 Probably Khromov. 630 00:44:21,172 --> 00:44:22,051 Smile. 631 00:44:24,312 --> 00:44:28,880 Let me introduce you. Masha, my fiancée. My future fiancée and my present deputy. 632 00:44:29,066 --> 00:44:30,796 Nice to meet you. I’m Arthur. 633 00:44:32,262 --> 00:44:33,435 Nice to meet you too. 634 00:44:33,736 --> 00:44:39,424 Meet Henry. He represents our potential partner. 635 00:44:40,365 --> 00:44:44,105 It’s my pleasure to meet you, miss. 636 00:44:44,620 --> 00:44:45,939 You’re really charming. 637 00:44:58,246 --> 00:44:59,827 I’m charmed. 638 00:45:01,921 --> 00:45:05,381 — So, let’s have a game or two! — Of course. 639 00:45:06,591 --> 00:45:09,020 We go. Sport is power! 640 00:45:12,785 --> 00:45:14,026 Sanie, where’s Khromov? 641 00:45:14,188 --> 00:45:16,505 Hasn’t come. Sent his deputy instead. That’s all right. 642 00:45:16,536 --> 00:45:18,866 Masha’s already taken him in her hand. We’ll make it. 643 00:45:18,905 --> 00:45:19,866 Right, we go. 644 00:45:22,239 --> 00:45:23,901 So, friends, heads or tales? 645 00:45:24,143 --> 00:45:24,670 Heads. 646 00:45:24,671 --> 00:45:25,192 Tails. 647 00:45:25,240 --> 00:45:27,912 Heads of tails? — Heads. 648 00:45:33,002 --> 00:45:34,850 Come on, Masha. Show us a first—rate work! 649 00:45:34,876 --> 00:45:36,723 A turn of a weaker team. 650 00:45:39,321 --> 00:45:41,586 Come on! Come on now! 651 00:45:42,832 --> 00:45:45,546 Well… Which one to choose? A minute… Roll it at the pins! 652 00:45:48,997 --> 00:45:51,843 Come on, Maria! Show us a first—rate work! — You go! 653 00:46:01,849 --> 00:46:03,140 Well done! 654 00:46:09,323 --> 00:46:11,825 Excellent. We go on. 655 00:46:12,261 --> 00:46:14,511 Come on! We keep on! Need to consolidate success! 656 00:46:14,512 --> 00:46:16,465 Lidie, come on, darling! Roll it. 657 00:46:16,905 --> 00:46:18,093 Where’s my balloon? 658 00:46:18,422 --> 00:46:19,644 It’s, actually, a ball. 659 00:46:19,900 --> 00:46:22,646 A ball, a ball… 660 00:46:25,241 --> 00:46:26,398 I’ll make it. 661 00:46:26,768 --> 00:46:30,051 Go! Remember what we taught you. 662 00:46:30,645 --> 00:46:33,673 — Careful! — Come on, it’s all right. 663 00:46:39,838 --> 00:46:43,261 Well… Things happen… 664 00:46:44,614 --> 00:46:46,871 Oh, dear!… It’s okay. This is your first time… 665 00:46:47,113 --> 00:46:49,125 She serves coffee much better, as I see it. 666 00:46:49,182 --> 00:46:51,588 — Masha! — And now papa’s rolling! 667 00:46:51,667 --> 00:46:53,078 Come on, papa! 668 00:46:53,206 --> 00:46:56,665 Did they teach you manners in Harvard? 669 00:46:57,259 --> 00:46:59,465 They taught us that being jealous in the presence 670 00:46:59,466 --> 00:47:01,806 of the other woman doesn’t speak well for a fiancée. 671 00:47:04,217 --> 00:47:09,479 — Go! Go—go—go! Bingo! — Well done! 672 00:47:12,074 --> 00:47:14,860 Now we consolidate the winning series. 673 00:47:19,431 --> 00:47:21,431 — I bless it. — Me too! 674 00:47:24,613 --> 00:47:26,194 Go! 675 00:47:29,288 --> 00:47:30,679 That’s the thing. 676 00:47:31,495 --> 00:47:33,745 Very good, very good! Nice score! 677 00:47:35,278 --> 00:47:37,949 I’ll show you now. It’s a master class. 678 00:47:52,845 --> 00:47:54,745 You’re in a good shape! 679 00:47:58,322 --> 00:47:59,194 To success! 680 00:47:59,615 --> 00:48:01,163 To success! To success! 681 00:48:34,784 --> 00:48:36,531 Iggie, I’m begging, show it to her, please. 682 00:48:36,563 --> 00:48:38,753 You’re a good teacher. Show Lida what to do. 683 00:48:39,686 --> 00:48:42,693 Sasha, no. I’ll do it. No need. 684 00:48:43,138 --> 00:48:46,880 Iggie, I don’t want to be losing badly beaten. Help her please. Come on. 685 00:49:13,957 --> 00:49:15,562 Thank you, Igor. 686 00:49:20,085 --> 00:49:21,405 I’m thirsty… 687 00:49:22,770 --> 00:49:23,710 Take my glass. 688 00:49:23,808 --> 00:49:24,616 Thank you. 689 00:49:29,155 --> 00:49:29,979 Ouch… 690 00:49:49,207 --> 00:49:49,963 May I? 691 00:49:50,062 --> 00:49:50,814 Of course. 692 00:49:52,174 --> 00:49:53,214 Thank you. 693 00:49:59,713 --> 00:50:02,863 Well, years pass. 694 00:50:03,536 --> 00:50:07,732 I used to make a 100 m race in 11 seconds. 695 00:50:08,661 --> 00:50:10,536 Pardon, are you saying this to me? 696 00:50:11,066 --> 00:50:14,729 Oh, I’m sorry. No. I’m just talking to myself. 697 00:50:15,879 --> 00:50:19,459 I live alone, you know. No one to talk to. 698 00:50:20,213 --> 00:50:23,205 And here, I’ve found an interesting and charming vis—à—vis. 699 00:50:23,339 --> 00:50:24,667 If you don’t mind, of course. 700 00:50:25,534 --> 00:50:27,421 Well, go and try. 701 00:50:28,196 --> 00:50:30,126 Let me introduce myself. 702 00:50:31,848 --> 00:50:34,302 I’m Anatoly Georgiyevich, a colonel… 703 00:50:35,722 --> 00:50:37,146 Retired, unfortunately. 704 00:50:37,881 --> 00:50:42,970 Ariadna Semiononvna, an operetta actress. Used to be one. 705 00:50:43,319 --> 00:50:46,973 Though this profession is still keeping me. Do you leave close by? 706 00:50:47,322 --> 00:50:48,873 I have never seen you here before. 707 00:50:48,926 --> 00:50:54,783 No. I used to live here. Then left for the country. To live closer to Nature… 708 00:50:55,417 --> 00:50:59,359 Now I’m here to visit my son, helping him with his redecoration. 709 00:51:00,485 --> 00:51:02,485 However, he’s got in a nice mess… 710 00:51:04,207 --> 00:51:07,400 so, he’d rather be helped to fix his life, so to say, not the flat. 711 00:51:09,073 --> 00:51:13,580 He’s having troubles with his marriage, so I help him as good as I can. 712 00:51:13,901 --> 00:51:19,776 What interesting coincidence. I’m too in a support group for a fiancée. 713 00:51:19,965 --> 00:51:24,256 Really? It’s splendid. So, we have a common subject for our conversation. 714 00:51:24,419 --> 00:51:25,132 We do. 715 00:51:35,105 --> 00:51:38,525 It’s so good to be boss’s fiancée. You can be late for work any day you wish. 716 00:51:39,525 --> 00:51:41,323 I’m glad to see you too. 717 00:51:46,187 --> 00:51:49,000 Hey, Sanie. Hi. 718 00:51:49,162 --> 00:51:49,669 Hi. 719 00:51:49,694 --> 00:51:53,611 I’ve made a pie for you. 720 00:51:54,101 --> 00:51:56,101 Lidie, guess what I’ve invented? 721 00:51:56,280 --> 00:51:58,544 I surely will, but not until you try my pie. 722 00:51:58,591 --> 00:52:02,243 Because, first: it can get cold; and the second — you’ve grown too slim. 723 00:52:02,544 --> 00:52:03,753 You’re my slimmy… 724 00:52:04,002 --> 00:52:07,005 Oh, come on. Take it out. Wow, what delicious smell! 725 00:52:07,119 --> 00:52:09,791 A fish pie. Attention! 726 00:52:12,926 --> 00:52:13,747 Come in. 727 00:52:14,397 --> 00:52:16,397 You emanate such wonderful odors… 728 00:52:16,612 --> 00:52:18,283 It’s Lidie indulging me. 729 00:52:19,142 --> 00:52:20,400 Take a seat. Help yourself. 730 00:52:20,445 --> 00:52:22,368 No… No objections. 731 00:52:24,403 --> 00:52:26,643 It’s a fish one. Just delicious. 732 00:52:27,201 --> 00:52:27,857 Really? 733 00:52:29,657 --> 00:52:31,026 I’ll try it too. 734 00:52:35,974 --> 00:52:36,734 Excuse me. 735 00:52:36,813 --> 00:52:40,022 Masha, join us. There’s a piece left for you. 736 00:52:41,999 --> 00:52:42,999 No, thank you. 737 00:52:43,445 --> 00:52:45,847 You should try it. Definitely. Lida’s glorious cook. 738 00:52:45,933 --> 00:52:46,902 Aha. 739 00:52:47,746 --> 00:52:52,059 I’ve already had breakfast. And then, I keep my figure. Unlike others. 740 00:52:53,630 --> 00:52:55,630 I’ll drop in later. Bon appetite. 741 00:52:55,974 --> 00:52:56,683 Thank you. 742 00:52:56,730 --> 00:52:58,732 Well, if no one wants to have it… 743 00:53:48,198 --> 00:53:50,914 Masha’s good cook too. Just try them. 744 00:53:55,348 --> 00:53:56,540 Ah! It’s tasty. 745 00:54:02,942 --> 00:54:03,652 Good morning. 746 00:54:03,663 --> 00:54:05,177 Morning, Lidie. 747 00:54:05,637 --> 00:54:09,830 Masha’s decided to indulge us today. We’re so lucky with our fiancées! 748 00:54:10,585 --> 00:54:12,120 Thanks, I’m not hungry. 749 00:54:13,120 --> 00:54:16,113 Where do you find time to do it all? 750 00:54:19,169 --> 00:54:23,252 It’s time management. Many things can be done if you manage your time right. 751 00:54:23,321 --> 00:54:24,435 Of course… 752 00:54:31,346 --> 00:54:38,035 Cabbage pasty — 44 roubles; rice pasty — 46 roubles; potato pasty 48 roubles, 753 00:54:38,194 --> 00:54:43,493 potato and mushroom pasty — 46 roubles. Pasty Confectioner’s. 754 00:54:45,508 --> 00:54:46,957 Bon appetite, guys. 755 00:54:52,825 --> 00:54:54,616 I’ve got an apple one… 756 00:55:01,673 --> 00:55:03,348 Do you work with Home Design? 757 00:55:04,077 --> 00:55:04,683 What? 758 00:55:05,605 --> 00:55:08,063 It’s a 3D design program. 759 00:55:09,166 --> 00:55:12,414 Ah. 3D. No, I dont. 760 00:55:12,747 --> 00:55:15,995 But for some reason I think it’s not too difficult to learn it. 761 00:55:16,357 --> 00:55:18,003 No time for learning. 762 00:55:21,153 --> 00:55:24,324 Print out please pages 1 through 26, 20 copies, 763 00:55:24,364 --> 00:55:27,542 and distribute them among the designers. 764 00:55:29,111 --> 00:55:30,290 Eh… 765 00:55:32,624 --> 00:55:34,077 how many copies did she say? 766 00:55:34,132 --> 00:55:35,156 Twenty. 767 00:55:54,182 --> 00:55:58,329 I need the reports on this project. It’s urgent. And please in the first place do… 768 00:55:59,813 --> 00:56:04,659 Wait a minute. Lida? Lida this… what is this? 769 00:56:05,201 --> 00:56:08,623 Maria ordered me to print them out and distribute them among the designers. 770 00:56:08,768 --> 00:56:11,800 But we do not print out. We give them recorded on disks or via the net. 771 00:56:11,805 --> 00:56:13,030 They will laugh at you. 772 00:56:14,738 --> 00:56:16,420 Bitch! Hold it please. 773 00:56:16,677 --> 00:56:17,396 Lida?… 774 00:56:21,362 --> 00:56:22,857 Sasha, open up! 775 00:56:23,055 --> 00:56:25,802 Sasha, I know you are here, open up please! Open up! 776 00:56:26,436 --> 00:56:30,556 I’m fed up with her! Understand, Sasha, she’s humiliating me! 777 00:56:37,163 --> 00:56:40,871 I see. Let’s meet on Monday and discuss this stuff. 778 00:56:43,074 --> 00:56:44,179 Arthur, I’ll see you off. 779 00:56:44,201 --> 00:56:46,091 You’d better sort out things here. 780 00:56:55,250 --> 00:56:56,163 Lida… 781 00:56:58,102 --> 00:57:01,590 I did my job all right. Why’s she… 782 00:57:05,038 --> 00:57:06,218 Lida! 783 00:57:07,924 --> 00:57:09,037 Igor... 784 00:57:10,464 --> 00:57:11,603 I cannot get it… 785 00:57:13,328 --> 00:57:14,811 Let’s come for a talk. 786 00:57:17,190 --> 00:57:18,612 Lida, what are you doing? 787 00:57:18,778 --> 00:57:21,667 You’re at work, aren’t you? What Arthur might think of us? 788 00:57:23,405 --> 00:57:24,132 Fire her. 789 00:57:24,214 --> 00:57:24,775 Lida… 790 00:57:25,248 --> 00:57:28,908 Do you think I’m pleased to hear from you every day — 791 00:57:29,066 --> 00:57:31,066 Masha did that, Masha did this?… 792 00:57:31,582 --> 00:57:34,576 I have no reason to be dissatisfied with Maria. She’s a good professional. 793 00:57:34,577 --> 00:57:36,494 A good bitch your Maria is! 794 00:57:37,705 --> 00:57:40,025 Masha is my friend and companion’s fiancée. 795 00:57:40,525 --> 00:57:42,525 Why should I fire her? 796 00:57:43,990 --> 00:57:45,281 Because you must! 797 00:57:49,875 --> 00:57:51,485 Are you doing this on purpose? 798 00:57:52,249 --> 00:57:53,114 Doing what? 799 00:57:53,665 --> 00:57:55,562 What? Humiliating Lida. 800 00:57:56,562 --> 00:57:58,562 Making her out to be a fool. 801 00:58:00,754 --> 00:58:02,880 I don’t need to make much effort for that. 802 00:58:03,118 --> 00:58:05,818 Your Lida is only able to serve coffee to her boss, nothing else. 803 00:58:05,933 --> 00:58:07,732 You’re not in the position to judge. 804 00:58:08,860 --> 00:58:10,104 All right. 805 00:58:11,818 --> 00:58:14,307 We’ve got other fish to fry, more urgent than your Lida. 806 00:58:14,431 --> 00:58:16,727 Arthur refuses to present the Wondertown. 807 00:58:19,232 --> 00:58:21,383 Then we get back to the business—center. 808 00:58:22,780 --> 00:58:23,863 Look, 809 00:58:26,640 --> 00:58:29,084 I’ve read all I could find on Khromov and the bidding. 810 00:58:30,544 --> 00:58:33,262 Hundreds of standard designs are going to be presented to him. 811 00:58:33,301 --> 00:58:34,849 And none close to Sasha’s. 812 00:58:35,082 --> 00:58:35,841 So what? 813 00:58:37,498 --> 00:58:40,072 I believe it will attract him and we win. 814 00:58:40,279 --> 00:58:41,849 We win? And what about Arthur? 815 00:58:42,273 --> 00:58:43,264 Why we need Arthur? 816 00:58:43,366 --> 00:58:46,809 Why? He’s got connections with Khromov, he’s on the bid too, and we… 817 00:58:47,118 --> 00:58:48,714 we’re partners, at last. 818 00:58:49,339 --> 00:58:51,189 Swindler is your Arthur, nothing more. 819 00:58:51,577 --> 00:58:54,363 It’s very likely he doesn’t know Khromov at all. 820 00:58:56,085 --> 00:58:58,085 We don’t need him. 821 00:58:58,830 --> 00:59:00,830 We can to it on our own. 822 00:59:03,313 --> 00:59:05,002 All right. I’ll talk to Sasha. 823 00:59:05,247 --> 00:59:07,247 And you do stop humiliating Lida. 824 00:59:38,296 --> 00:59:42,714 Hallo? Yes. Yes, I called you. 825 00:59:43,428 --> 00:59:46,480 Listen to me carefully… 826 00:59:48,065 --> 00:59:49,008 Iggie, hi. 827 00:59:49,283 --> 00:59:51,705 Hi. Come on in. 828 00:59:55,124 --> 00:59:57,877 Look, Sanie, I think Masha’s right. 829 00:59:58,114 --> 01:00:01,324 We need to present the Wondertown. Independently, without Arthur involved. 830 01:00:01,325 --> 01:00:02,307 He’ll eat us up. 831 01:00:02,625 --> 01:00:04,249 Arthur is using us. 832 01:00:04,439 --> 01:00:06,319 In addition, if we fix this deal independently, 833 01:00:06,320 --> 01:00:08,258 we’ll repay our loans a couple of years earlier. 834 01:00:08,259 --> 01:00:10,259 And besides: nothing venture, nothing have. 835 01:00:10,663 --> 01:00:13,668 What if we fail? We’ll remain without Arthur and without money. 836 01:00:14,209 --> 01:00:17,291 Or we’ll regret that we missed such a chance for the rest of our lives. 837 01:00:17,502 --> 01:00:19,756 We have no time. It’s only a week before the bidding. 838 01:00:19,812 --> 01:00:23,036 Masha’ll make it in time. The main thing now is to get them reconciled. 839 01:00:25,010 --> 01:00:27,851 Yeah, our fiancées do not get along well. 840 01:00:27,985 --> 01:00:30,142 Look, perhaps, we’d better transfer Lida to some other department, eh? 841 01:00:30,143 --> 01:00:32,092 — Which one? — Say, the Personnel Department. 842 01:00:32,093 --> 01:00:33,301 We don’t have one. 843 01:00:33,628 --> 01:00:34,604 Then we’ll have it. 844 01:00:35,016 --> 01:00:37,849 So, these milksops decided to outstrip me. 845 01:00:38,967 --> 01:00:42,754 Aha. Then do anything so that they failed to meet the deadline. 846 01:00:43,754 --> 01:00:46,622 Or I’ll fail to do something for you. 847 01:01:47,238 --> 01:01:48,738 Lida? 848 01:01:50,540 --> 01:01:51,925 You have internet connection? 849 01:01:51,941 --> 01:01:54,279 Sanie, you cannot imagine what huge work I have done. 850 01:01:54,280 --> 01:01:56,335 I’ve spoiled my manicure while cleaning up here. 851 01:01:56,336 --> 01:01:58,349 I’ve got an impression that no cleaner has ever 852 01:01:58,350 --> 01:02:00,549 visited this place since time immemorial… 853 01:02:00,643 --> 01:02:01,383 Lida! 854 01:02:01,474 --> 01:02:02,143 What? 855 01:02:02,612 --> 01:02:04,524 That was out server! 856 01:02:09,766 --> 01:02:11,098 I didn’t touch it. 857 01:02:11,395 --> 01:02:13,272 You… I… 858 01:02:14,679 --> 01:02:15,339 Sasha! 859 01:02:16,416 --> 01:02:19,350 Tomorrow? Can you do it any faster? 860 01:02:20,588 --> 01:02:23,140 All right, thank you. What time is it? 861 01:02:24,233 --> 01:02:24,975 Half past four. 862 01:02:25,105 --> 01:02:26,403 We won’t be it in time. 863 01:02:28,628 --> 01:02:29,788 I’m sorry to interrupt you. 864 01:02:29,789 --> 01:02:33,494 What if we print our all these papers and deliver them right there? 865 01:02:33,625 --> 01:02:36,828 It’s really nice. I’ll be going there by car for two hours this part of the day. 866 01:02:36,829 --> 01:02:40,070 I can go there by the subway. It’s only three stations away from here. — Lida! 867 01:02:40,071 --> 01:02:40,724 Nice idea! 868 01:02:46,311 --> 01:02:48,390 All documents are here. Folder “Pitch”. 869 01:02:48,429 --> 01:02:50,406 I hope you won’t sink it in the water, will you? 870 01:02:50,442 --> 01:02:51,378 Maria! — Masha! 871 01:02:51,413 --> 01:02:52,069 I’ll deliver it. 872 01:02:52,070 --> 01:02:52,794 I will deliver it. 873 01:02:52,891 --> 01:02:54,906 No, I will deliver it, Sasha. 874 01:03:02,865 --> 01:03:06,015 You don’t worry. I’ll do it fast. It’s going to be okay. 875 01:03:37,520 --> 01:03:38,413 Good evening. 876 01:03:38,894 --> 01:03:40,315 — Coffee? — No. 877 01:03:46,279 --> 01:03:47,764 Do you have vodka? 878 01:03:48,103 --> 01:03:48,712 We do. 879 01:03:50,312 --> 01:03:51,092 Can I? 880 01:04:17,135 --> 01:04:17,814 More? 881 01:04:21,569 --> 01:04:22,445 More. 882 01:04:24,873 --> 01:04:27,754 You’d better make Martini Dry for her. 883 01:04:28,446 --> 01:04:29,850 I don’t drink Martini. 884 01:04:30,801 --> 01:04:33,031 There’s only 200 grams of Martini in it. 885 01:04:33,236 --> 01:04:36,261 The rest is gin. The same thing but tastes better. 886 01:04:36,926 --> 01:04:40,481 If you decided to pick me up in this manner, it will never work. 887 01:04:41,512 --> 01:04:44,655 I’m getting married and I love my fiancé very much. 888 01:04:47,345 --> 01:04:48,275 Had words? 889 01:04:51,437 --> 01:04:52,660 Nobody to talk to? 890 01:04:56,167 --> 01:04:59,754 Not at all. I just fancied I’ve met a kindred spirit. 891 01:05:02,939 --> 01:05:04,427 You fancied, nothing more. 892 01:05:06,772 --> 01:05:07,827 I’m Zhora. 893 01:05:12,070 --> 01:05:13,336 I’m Lida. 894 01:05:20,893 --> 01:05:25,362 Look, Lida, what if I hire you, eh? Why not? Do accept my offer. 895 01:05:25,424 --> 01:05:28,052 You’ll have a good salary, a good position. 896 01:05:28,838 --> 01:05:30,666 I cannot leave my rogues. 897 01:05:31,229 --> 01:05:33,524 Otherwise this hag will eat them up without choking. 898 01:05:35,388 --> 01:05:37,225 And what can you really offer me? 899 01:05:37,439 --> 01:05:42,269 Real estate trading is sort of small fly. 900 01:05:43,553 --> 01:05:45,553 And have bidding at hand. 901 01:05:46,713 --> 01:05:47,736 I see. 902 01:05:49,580 --> 01:05:50,534 Enough. 903 01:05:51,867 --> 01:05:55,021 No more alcohol. I’ve got to be on deck tomorrow. 904 01:05:55,419 --> 01:05:57,722 Lida, let me see you home. 905 01:05:58,460 --> 01:06:01,168 I’ve just explained it to you, haven’t I? 906 01:06:01,302 --> 01:06:05,856 Ah, yes. Then let’s have a drop before you leave. 907 01:06:08,022 --> 01:06:09,019 All right. 908 01:06:12,007 --> 01:06:17,078 This shit?! This damned shit?! I’ll beggar you! You think you can treat mi like that?! 909 01:06:17,459 --> 01:06:23,343 I’ll ruin you! You’ll go beggars, milksops! 910 01:06:23,461 --> 01:06:27,736 And you have no least chance to make it with this shit! You heard me! Clear?! 911 01:06:28,474 --> 01:06:31,725 Good afternoon, Masha. You’re looking great. 912 01:06:32,512 --> 01:06:33,939 Good afternoon. 913 01:06:42,676 --> 01:06:43,591 Sasha, what’s up? 914 01:06:43,645 --> 01:06:47,557 Well, you know, he’s right. It’s a stupid project by a stupid architect. 915 01:06:47,684 --> 01:06:51,502 How could the idea of promoting this project ever come into one’s head, I wonder? 916 01:06:51,611 --> 01:06:55,347 But that’s okay. There’s still a wonderful market for us. 917 01:06:55,529 --> 01:06:58,286 — We’ll go trading construction materials. — Don’t say so. 918 01:07:01,531 --> 01:07:03,336 It’s a brilliant project. 919 01:07:04,915 --> 01:07:06,915 And you’re a brilliant architect. 920 01:07:08,764 --> 01:07:11,436 You just need to have more confidence and push. 921 01:07:12,856 --> 01:07:14,901 Did you think of what you were going to speak of in your presentation speech? 922 01:07:14,939 --> 01:07:16,638 O my God! I need to speak of something… 923 01:07:16,686 --> 01:07:18,555 Masha, let me give this privilege to you. 924 01:07:18,611 --> 01:07:22,139 Sasha, you’re the author, you’re the boss; hence, you’re the one to present. 925 01:07:23,691 --> 01:07:26,720 I can help you. Come on. 926 01:07:31,236 --> 01:07:32,734 I don’t know what to type. 927 01:07:34,316 --> 01:07:35,556 I’ll start. 928 01:07:36,849 --> 01:07:38,828 The first step is the hardest. 929 01:07:55,732 --> 01:07:56,983 What do you think? 930 01:07:57,067 --> 01:07:57,858 I like it. 931 01:08:00,305 --> 01:08:01,693 Now you go. 932 01:08:26,857 --> 01:08:30,757 Shavasana, or the death pose, will release your mind of all negative thoughts. 933 01:08:30,978 --> 01:08:36,608 Shavasana, the death pose, will bring your nervous system in harmony. 934 01:08:43,158 --> 01:08:44,821 Lida? 935 01:08:47,384 --> 01:08:49,384 Lida? 936 01:08:53,066 --> 01:08:54,034 Lida? 937 01:08:56,393 --> 01:08:57,352 Are you nuts?! 938 01:09:00,500 --> 01:09:01,192 Idiot. 939 01:09:01,549 --> 01:09:05,893 You are the idiot. And this is Shavasana, a special yoga exercise. 940 01:09:06,694 --> 01:09:08,972 Or you yokel haven’t been taught that in your village? 941 01:09:09,017 --> 01:09:10,178 You are the yokel. 942 01:09:17,989 --> 01:09:19,808 What else did you learn from me, monkey? 943 01:09:19,860 --> 01:09:23,491 I might well be a monkey; and you… You… are a real shark. 944 01:09:23,610 --> 01:09:25,195 You snap everything you see! 945 01:09:25,243 --> 01:09:26,791 I snap what belongs to me! 946 01:09:28,127 --> 01:09:29,692 Maybe. 947 01:09:31,310 --> 01:09:33,377 But it seems to me, it’s just the opposite. 948 01:09:33,981 --> 01:09:35,230 Leave Sasha alone. 949 01:09:37,254 --> 01:09:38,556 Leave Igor alone. 950 01:09:43,010 --> 01:09:44,078 What is it with them? 951 01:09:44,347 --> 01:09:45,405 She’s pregnant. 952 01:09:45,792 --> 01:09:49,743 Exactly. My sister had that same stuff when big with her first child. 953 01:09:50,862 --> 01:09:53,814 She started fighting every time she disliked something. 954 01:10:04,314 --> 01:10:05,070 Hi. 955 01:10:05,436 --> 01:10:06,325 Hi. Get in. 956 01:10:06,615 --> 01:10:09,097 No. I’m having an English class. 957 01:10:09,581 --> 01:10:10,678 I’ll give ride to you. 958 01:10:11,897 --> 01:10:12,759 All right. 959 01:10:16,492 --> 01:10:18,655 Why do you need to study English? 960 01:10:19,138 --> 01:10:20,854 Wanna leave for the US. 961 01:10:23,371 --> 01:10:25,072 You’re said to jog every morning. 962 01:10:25,387 --> 01:10:28,124 Aha. Ten miles. 963 01:10:30,618 --> 01:10:32,230 Training yourself for the Olympics? 964 01:10:32,544 --> 01:10:33,286 Sort of. 965 01:10:36,137 --> 01:10:37,887 Want to be like Masha? 966 01:10:40,759 --> 01:10:42,151 Why? 967 01:10:43,997 --> 01:10:46,426 You are you. You do well, don’t you? Your life, your job; 968 01:10:46,449 --> 01:10:48,632 you have the best guy in the world to marry. 969 01:10:50,043 --> 01:10:53,483 Sasha Kuptsov. Aka Hamster. 970 01:10:53,651 --> 01:10:56,091 Well, Hamster isn’t engaged in double dealing, at least. 971 01:10:56,174 --> 01:10:57,610 What are you talking about? 972 01:10:57,962 --> 01:10:59,468 You know what I’m talking about. 973 01:10:59,619 --> 01:11:00,958 Listen to me. 974 01:11:03,827 --> 01:11:07,239 You do your job and in exchange, just as was promised, 975 01:11:08,612 --> 01:11:13,510 you have the office on the twenty—fifth floor. Yeah. With this glorious sight. 976 01:11:15,390 --> 01:11:20,574 But beware not to repeat the failure we had the previous time. 977 01:11:24,720 --> 01:11:26,264 Sasha, you wanted to see me? 978 01:11:26,589 --> 01:11:28,335 I’m Aleksandr Vasilyevich when at office. 979 01:11:28,367 --> 01:11:30,649 Already squawked? I was not the first to begin. Lida… 980 01:11:30,674 --> 01:11:33,313 I know everything about Lida. You’d better tell your story. 981 01:11:33,602 --> 01:11:34,841 What story? 982 01:11:38,633 --> 01:11:41,035 — Sasha, what’s got into you? — A fly. 983 01:11:43,151 --> 01:11:45,512 You find it funny? I’m not. 984 01:11:45,631 --> 01:11:47,329 Why am I the last to learn the news? 985 01:11:47,416 --> 01:11:51,895 Why you all are running around like mice and… scheming? 986 01:11:55,747 --> 01:11:57,871 You’re really looking like a cat now. 987 01:11:57,945 --> 01:11:59,271 And you… 988 01:12:02,453 --> 01:12:04,453 Why didn’t you tell me you’re pregnant? 989 01:12:04,740 --> 01:12:06,156 Me? Pregnant? By who? 990 01:12:06,358 --> 01:12:07,880 What a good question! 991 01:12:41,734 --> 01:12:42,932 I just cannot get it: 992 01:12:45,455 --> 01:12:47,301 how did it come that you like her? 993 01:12:49,533 --> 01:12:51,533 Yes, she’s beautiful. Yes, she’s smart. 994 01:12:54,501 --> 01:12:56,193 But she’s cruel. 995 01:13:32,947 --> 01:13:34,616 Hi, guys! 996 01:13:36,401 --> 01:13:38,053 What are you celebrating? 997 01:13:39,081 --> 01:13:40,837 Sasha, are you drunk? 998 01:13:43,103 --> 01:13:47,382 You’ve already had a celebration, as I see? Eh? 999 01:13:48,615 --> 01:13:49,907 There was an occasion indeed. 1000 01:13:49,908 --> 01:13:50,658 What occasion? 1001 01:13:50,751 --> 01:13:54,847 Go ahead, share it with us. 1002 01:13:55,029 --> 01:13:57,847 We’ll celebrate it like old… friends. 1003 01:13:58,410 --> 01:14:00,410 Are we not friends, Sanie? 1004 01:14:01,637 --> 01:14:02,761 Good friends indeed. 1005 01:14:03,030 --> 01:14:06,435 Your fiancée is pregnant, and you’re running after other man’s one meanwhile. 1006 01:14:06,559 --> 01:14:07,253 What? 1007 01:14:08,136 --> 01:14:11,302 Oh! It’s a secret? Didn’t know, forgive me. Didn’t you tell Lida that… 1008 01:14:11,450 --> 01:14:12,527 Here, Sanie. Chew this. 1009 01:14:12,721 --> 01:14:15,971 You didn’t tell Lida you were going to have little kids soon? 1010 01:14:16,157 --> 01:14:19,574 Sanie, what is it with you? What are you talking about? It’s not funny. 1011 01:14:20,186 --> 01:14:21,261 Masha is pregnant. 1012 01:14:21,514 --> 01:14:22,483 Sanie… 1013 01:14:26,943 --> 01:14:29,636 The last one’s… daddy. 1014 01:14:32,246 --> 01:14:34,743 Good luck! The cap is mine. 1015 01:14:36,086 --> 01:14:36,927 Sanie! 1016 01:14:45,078 --> 01:14:49,045 — Lida, Lida, don’t worry. — Oh, no. No worries. 1017 01:14:49,233 --> 01:14:53,398 Calm down. Lida, Sanie was kidding. Waiter! The bill! Lida! 1018 01:15:00,377 --> 01:15:01,144 Taxi! 1019 01:15:10,406 --> 01:15:13,115 Lida! Lida! Wait! 1020 01:15:33,836 --> 01:15:40,714 Where are you going? Please, come to me. Come here. 1021 01:15:40,888 --> 01:15:45,088 What are you doing? I don’t get it… You’re silly one. 1022 01:15:45,612 --> 01:15:48,838 You’ll go to live to my place, away from those chicks… 1023 01:15:56,748 --> 01:15:58,553 Kuptsov, what are you doing here? 1024 01:16:00,310 --> 01:16:07,246 I’ll save this man. Where’s that damned aq… aquarian? 1025 01:16:07,420 --> 01:16:12,358 Aquarian! Gone? He’s fired. 1026 01:16:12,929 --> 01:16:15,445 You, Vetrov, by the way, are fired too. 1027 01:16:17,989 --> 01:16:19,075 What did you say? 1028 01:16:19,346 --> 01:16:22,304 I say you’re fired. I’m the boss and it’s in my power to. 1029 01:16:22,906 --> 01:16:24,906 You’re the boss. I am the boss. 1030 01:16:27,084 --> 01:16:32,566 Very well, Kuptsov, I’ll take half of employees with me, 1031 01:16:32,843 --> 01:16:35,290 the Far East branch, Lida and Masha. 1032 01:16:35,409 --> 01:16:39,451 Here you have Lida. Here you have Masha. And the Far East branch. 1033 01:16:42,191 --> 01:16:43,184 You’re fired. 1034 01:16:43,292 --> 01:16:47,542 Kuptsov! Kuptsov! Come to your senses! You’re fired, Kuptsov. Fired. 1035 01:16:48,010 --> 01:16:53,236 No, YOU’re fired.You fired. I’m off to the Personal department. 1036 01:16:53,354 --> 01:16:56,145 — Accept this. — Hold!... 1037 01:17:28,008 --> 01:17:29,530 Guys?! 1038 01:17:30,609 --> 01:17:31,939 Igor?! 1039 01:17:32,207 --> 01:17:34,449 Ah! My fiancée seems to be coming. 1040 01:17:43,273 --> 01:17:45,190 Ouch, Masha… 1041 01:17:47,602 --> 01:17:49,097 Guys, are you crazy? 1042 01:17:49,820 --> 01:17:56,033 It’s your fiancé. He wanted to fire me. Though, I wanted to fire him too. 1043 01:17:58,597 --> 01:18:00,785 We’ve got the presentation the day after tomorrow. 1044 01:18:00,873 --> 01:18:03,309 See? And you’re firing me. 1045 01:18:06,472 --> 01:18:08,134 I’d fire both of you. 1046 01:18:10,289 --> 01:18:11,987 Can she do that? 1047 01:18:35,921 --> 01:18:38,580 In sum, Igor and Kuptsov were full to the gills. 1048 01:18:39,749 --> 01:18:42,212 And you know the reason? 1049 01:18:42,634 --> 01:18:46,025 A rumor was spread in the office that I was pregnant. 1050 01:18:47,097 --> 01:18:48,130 Is it Igor? 1051 01:18:48,935 --> 01:18:50,015 Of course not. 1052 01:18:50,745 --> 01:18:55,842 Igor and I… well we… we haven’t... yet… 1053 01:18:56,206 --> 01:18:56,814 I see. 1054 01:18:57,039 --> 01:18:57,909 You see? 1055 01:18:58,817 --> 01:19:02,847 If it weren’t “haven’t”, but “have”, 1056 01:19:03,108 --> 01:19:05,633 that rumor would be to our advantage. 1057 01:19:07,418 --> 01:19:11,290 Igor’s driven to the bay. You go to the church. 1058 01:19:11,861 --> 01:19:17,707 And you quickly mend matters by getting into a delicate state. 1059 01:19:19,256 --> 01:19:21,443 You’re cynical, Ariadna Semionovna. 1060 01:19:21,929 --> 01:19:24,604 I’m practical, my dear. 1061 01:19:26,119 --> 01:19:27,351 Don’t leg behind. 1062 01:19:34,684 --> 01:19:37,448 What, buddy? Feeling hard? 1063 01:19:38,892 --> 01:19:40,892 Don’t drink that much. 1064 01:19:41,156 --> 01:19:43,581 Look, stop taunting me, will you? 1065 01:19:44,048 --> 01:19:46,407 It’s Saturday today. You’d better not awake me so early. 1066 01:19:46,447 --> 01:19:47,146 Aha. 1067 01:19:47,782 --> 01:19:50,617 Fresh air and a morning jogging are the best medicines. 1068 01:19:50,966 --> 01:19:53,902 — And, besides, you should be in good shape. — I am in good shape. 1069 01:19:55,111 --> 01:19:56,577 Ouch! Damn! 1070 01:19:58,267 --> 01:20:00,808 Iggie, help me! I seem to have sprained my ankle. 1071 01:20:02,602 --> 01:20:03,580 Let me see. 1072 01:20:03,945 --> 01:20:05,056 Hold on to me. 1073 01:20:09,913 --> 01:20:11,310 — Hurts now? — It hurts! 1074 01:20:12,207 --> 01:20:14,159 — To the side. — It hurts! Hurts! Don’t press. 1075 01:20:14,222 --> 01:20:16,222 — And here? — Yes, it hurts. 1076 01:20:17,023 --> 01:20:21,220 Apply ice to it when come home, compress it and you can run again. 1077 01:20:22,180 --> 01:20:23,245 I cannot walk. 1078 01:20:24,613 --> 01:20:27,576 No problem. Here you go! Comfortable? 1079 01:20:28,954 --> 01:20:30,683 — Yeah. Am I heavy? — It’s okay. 1080 01:20:34,239 --> 01:20:37,182 How is it going with your son’s wedding? 1081 01:20:38,284 --> 01:20:40,483 Oh, Ariadna Semionovna. 1082 01:20:42,554 --> 01:20:45,008 This all may be wrong, but my son had a fiancée before. 1083 01:20:45,053 --> 01:20:48,821 And she matched him much better, you know… 1084 01:20:51,912 --> 01:20:56,413 We, Anatoly Georgiyevich, have the problems of the same kind. 1085 01:20:57,484 --> 01:20:59,852 By the way, what would you advice my son? 1086 01:21:00,415 --> 01:21:05,157 Should he fight for his first love? Or surrender to his new passion? 1087 01:21:05,758 --> 01:21:07,893 Let him listen to his heart. 1088 01:21:09,059 --> 01:21:10,568 I know from my own experience. 1089 01:21:10,972 --> 01:21:15,547 A new feeling can never supersede the old love. 1090 01:21:15,754 --> 01:21:17,001 You’re a wise lady. 1091 01:21:18,544 --> 01:21:19,520 What a pity! 1092 01:21:20,286 --> 01:21:21,974 That you haven’t broken your leg? 1093 01:21:22,816 --> 01:21:24,035 That our home is so close. 1094 01:21:24,092 --> 01:21:24,750 Really? 1095 01:21:25,353 --> 01:21:26,583 Already tired? 1096 01:21:26,960 --> 01:21:27,726 Huh! 1097 01:21:38,408 --> 01:21:40,513 Maybe, we should nevertheless apply ice to it? 1098 01:21:40,613 --> 01:21:41,973 No need. It’s okay. 1099 01:21:42,801 --> 01:21:44,413 Masha, are you home? 1100 01:21:44,524 --> 01:21:46,884 I am! In the kitchen. 1101 01:21:50,770 --> 01:21:52,382 Ah, Iggie, hi. 1102 01:21:52,556 --> 01:21:53,780 Good morning, Ariadna Semionovna. 1103 01:21:53,804 --> 01:21:55,470 Morning, morning. I’ll leave you to yourselves. 1104 01:21:55,598 --> 01:21:56,178 Oh, no! 1105 01:21:56,251 --> 01:21:57,608 Of course not. Do take a seat. 1106 01:21:57,639 --> 01:21:59,444 Yes, take a seat. Will you have tea with us? 1107 01:21:59,483 --> 01:22:04,741 All right, if you insist. Thank you. Thank you so much. 1108 01:22:18,129 --> 01:22:19,963 Where did you get this ring? 1109 01:22:21,596 --> 01:22:22,167 This one? 1110 01:22:22,288 --> 01:22:22,826 Yes. 1111 01:22:22,996 --> 01:22:24,744 It’s a funny story. 1112 01:22:25,148 --> 01:22:28,126 I’ve got a new secret admirer. 1113 01:22:28,403 --> 01:22:34,233 He presented this ring to me and gorgeous flowers with a note in them. 1114 01:22:34,614 --> 01:22:37,619 Proposing his heart and his hand. He’s so shy. 1115 01:22:37,825 --> 01:22:39,964 Sent a boy to me instead of coming himself. 1116 01:22:40,190 --> 01:22:43,156 Now I’m waiting for him to come in person. 1117 01:22:44,633 --> 01:22:45,669 Would you excuse me? 1118 01:22:45,718 --> 01:22:46,447 Igor! 1119 01:22:47,256 --> 01:22:50,909 What about tea? What is it with him? 1120 01:22:52,999 --> 01:22:53,937 I don’t know. 1121 01:22:57,145 --> 01:22:57,684 Dad! 1122 01:22:57,696 --> 01:22:59,738 I’m here! On the balcony. I’m here, son. 1123 01:23:01,500 --> 01:23:02,121 Dad… 1124 01:23:02,340 --> 01:23:05,140 Look at them. Which one do you like better? 1125 01:23:05,488 --> 01:23:07,488 This or this? 1126 01:23:08,793 --> 01:23:10,338 It’s a disaster! 1127 01:23:10,408 --> 01:23:13,324 The courier confused the doors. He gave my ring to the neighbor. 1128 01:23:13,331 --> 01:23:15,637 Lida didn’t know at all that I made a proposal to her. 1129 01:23:15,819 --> 01:23:17,512 That’s the price of you new technology… 1130 01:23:17,513 --> 01:23:18,838 What shall I do now? 1131 01:23:21,758 --> 01:23:23,638 Perhaps, I should explain everything to her? 1132 01:23:23,677 --> 01:23:24,677 Forget it. 1133 01:23:25,639 --> 01:23:28,955 The girl’s had enough sufferings over you. 1134 01:23:29,922 --> 01:23:33,043 Let her be happy now. 1135 01:23:34,368 --> 01:23:36,842 She’s getting married? Nice! 1136 01:23:37,763 --> 01:23:41,321 To your best friend, by the way. And they don’t need to know about that. 1137 01:23:41,941 --> 01:23:43,006 Yes, you’re right. 1138 01:23:55,200 --> 01:23:57,172 I propose to get married this Saturday. 1139 01:23:58,116 --> 01:24:00,116 We’ll divorce later. 1140 01:24:00,694 --> 01:24:04,456 And for now, we avert Sasha’s suspicion. 1141 01:24:05,456 --> 01:24:07,408 And Lida will take her ease meanwhile. 1142 01:24:08,772 --> 01:24:10,151 What say you? 1143 01:24:14,262 --> 01:24:15,227 Maria! 1144 01:24:19,608 --> 01:24:20,951 You’re looking good. 1145 01:24:21,649 --> 01:24:22,482 A date? 1146 01:24:22,785 --> 01:24:23,680 Aha. 1147 01:24:30,693 --> 01:24:33,693 Lida? What are doing this Saturday? 1148 01:24:34,248 --> 01:24:35,423 I don’t know. Why? 1149 01:24:36,168 --> 01:24:37,727 I invite you to our wedding. 1150 01:24:40,504 --> 01:24:41,382 Congratulations. 1151 01:24:41,665 --> 01:24:42,393 Here you are. 1152 01:24:42,746 --> 01:24:43,712 I’ll be downstairs. 1153 01:24:43,822 --> 01:24:45,714 Lidie, it’s time. We go to Khromov Group. 1154 01:24:45,752 --> 01:24:47,158 Sasha, no. Sanie, I’m not going. 1155 01:24:47,221 --> 01:24:47,946 Why? 1156 01:24:47,982 --> 01:24:51,241 Because I was thinking, it would be better for me to leave. 1157 01:24:52,446 --> 01:24:54,866 And there’s a lot preparation for the wedding to be done. 1158 01:24:54,913 --> 01:24:55,723 As you wish. 1159 01:24:57,352 --> 01:24:58,339 Guys, are you coming? 1160 01:24:58,398 --> 01:24:59,823 I’ll be waiting downstairs. 1161 01:25:00,471 --> 01:25:01,452 Lida, are you coming? 1162 01:25:01,532 --> 01:25:03,550 No, I am not. I need to pack the things. 1163 01:25:05,922 --> 01:25:07,922 I congratulate you on your wedding. 1164 01:25:09,315 --> 01:25:09,882 Thank you. 1165 01:25:09,899 --> 01:25:10,827 Iggie, we go. 1166 01:25:21,015 --> 01:25:22,021 It’s Khromov. 1167 01:25:29,389 --> 01:25:32,384 Well, ladies and gentlemen. Let’s get started. 1168 01:25:33,439 --> 01:25:40,903 Two companies reached the final, and they are going to present today. 1169 01:25:41,021 --> 01:25:46,536 Mr. Kuptsov will be the first. Mr. Kuptsov, please. 1170 01:25:52,555 --> 01:25:56,678 Ladies and gentlemen, let me start. 1171 01:25:57,448 --> 01:26:00,873 Our company offers a special project, 1172 01:26:01,379 --> 01:26:04,748 unique in its nature and having no pair in modern urban planning. 1173 01:26:05,827 --> 01:26:07,450 Please, look at the screen… 1174 01:26:25,451 --> 01:26:28,788 Yeah. It has no pair indeed. 1175 01:26:30,324 --> 01:26:32,766 Let her come here. 1176 01:26:34,456 --> 01:26:37,196 Now. Gentlemen, it’s nothing but a mistake. 1177 01:26:37,703 --> 01:26:40,185 The needed disk will be delivered in half an hour, 1178 01:26:40,319 --> 01:26:43,011 and we’ll gladly present our project then. 1179 01:26:46,357 --> 01:26:47,654 Well, we wait. 1180 01:26:48,789 --> 01:26:52,799 And you, Mr. Kuptsov, do apply with this project for Eurovision. 1181 01:26:52,926 --> 01:26:55,222 You’ll be in fair way to success. 1182 01:27:21,489 --> 01:27:26,385 All right. We then ask Mr. Zhukarin 1183 01:27:26,559 --> 01:27:29,592 to present his project meanwhile. 1184 01:27:29,916 --> 01:27:31,916 Mr. Zhukarin, please. 1185 01:27:41,405 --> 01:27:45,674 Yes. Of course, our project is not that special 1186 01:27:46,412 --> 01:27:49,706 as our competitor’s one, but, nevertheless. 1187 01:27:50,571 --> 01:27:51,745 Please, meet. 1188 01:27:55,578 --> 01:28:02,218 Our project is a breakthrough and an innovation in urban planning. 1189 01:28:04,131 --> 01:28:06,131 Please, look at the screen… 1190 01:28:07,934 --> 01:28:13,058 The project’s title is Wondertown. 1191 01:28:17,034 --> 01:28:22,193 Our assistant is going to distribute the booklets. Vika, please. 1192 01:28:43,089 --> 01:28:44,244 I’m sure to smash his face. 1193 01:28:44,258 --> 01:28:44,871 Sanie, Sanie! 1194 01:28:44,907 --> 01:28:49,302 Guys! Guys, what’s happened? 1195 01:28:49,841 --> 01:28:50,845 Everything happened. 1196 01:28:50,883 --> 01:28:51,431 What? 1197 01:28:51,432 --> 01:28:52,497 Arthur stole our project. 1198 01:28:52,516 --> 01:28:53,291 How stole? 1199 01:28:53,815 --> 01:28:55,222 Vika sold it to him. 1200 01:28:56,213 --> 01:28:57,322 That bitch! 1201 01:28:58,845 --> 01:29:01,102 Oh, hi! 1202 01:29:02,802 --> 01:29:04,344 You know Khromov? 1203 01:29:04,794 --> 01:29:05,583 No, I don’t. 1204 01:29:06,039 --> 01:29:07,600 You said hi to him right now. 1205 01:29:08,917 --> 01:29:09,865 Is he Khromov? 1206 01:29:10,481 --> 01:29:11,454 Yes, he is. 1207 01:29:11,744 --> 01:29:12,543 Hold it. 1208 01:29:32,479 --> 01:29:33,050 And? 1209 01:29:33,118 --> 01:29:35,157 He’s ready to listen to us. 1210 01:29:35,316 --> 01:29:38,118 Can you remember anything known to nobody but you? 1211 01:29:39,213 --> 01:29:41,213 I mean us. 1212 01:29:42,625 --> 01:29:43,923 Think faster. 1213 01:29:43,965 --> 01:29:46,465 Wait. Remember you were telling of some 1214 01:29:47,775 --> 01:29:48,677 sound effects? 1215 01:29:48,713 --> 01:29:50,934 Ah, yes. There are cylinders there, and the strings… 1216 01:29:51,013 --> 01:29:52,430 Come on! Go. Go now. 1217 01:30:00,144 --> 01:30:04,588 Strings will be fixed inside them, so that they would sound when the wind blows. 1218 01:30:08,902 --> 01:30:11,565 Mr. Zhukarin, may I see you for a moment? 1219 01:30:11,915 --> 01:30:12,765 Of course. 1220 01:30:15,926 --> 01:30:23,392 Mr. Zhukarin, what architects you involved in the development of your project? 1221 01:30:24,132 --> 01:30:29,520 Architects? There were no architects. I did it on my own. 1222 01:30:29,813 --> 01:30:32,476 My first profession is an architect. 1223 01:30:32,891 --> 01:30:39,092 Really? It’s a pleasant surprise, Mr. Zhukarin. 1224 01:30:39,743 --> 01:30:42,097 Then would you please explain 1225 01:30:42,945 --> 01:30:49,953 the purpose of these hollow cylinders in the exterior of the main building? 1226 01:30:52,202 --> 01:30:54,292 It’s nothing but a ventilation system. 1227 01:30:55,310 --> 01:30:58,407 The ventilation system is hidden in the neighboring building. 1228 01:30:59,691 --> 01:31:02,653 Well, of course I cannot tell this for sure now… 1229 01:31:02,693 --> 01:31:05,124 The project is voluminous, so I need to check… 1230 01:31:05,326 --> 01:31:08,326 I see, I see. 1231 01:31:09,809 --> 01:31:13,957 Well, gentlemen, my congratulations. Keep on working. 1232 01:31:14,131 --> 01:31:16,131 Lidie, it was nice to work with you. 1233 01:31:16,219 --> 01:31:17,143 Yhank you, Zhora. 1234 01:31:17,498 --> 01:31:18,160 Thank you. 1235 01:31:19,917 --> 01:31:20,805 You are fired. 1236 01:31:21,484 --> 01:31:22,427 All right… 1237 01:31:24,243 --> 01:31:26,243 We win! Hurrah!!! 1238 01:31:27,026 --> 01:31:28,591 So, cheers? 1239 01:31:29,197 --> 01:31:30,206 To justice. 1240 01:31:30,269 --> 01:31:33,515 Yeah, justice. The notion alien to the West, isn’t it? 1241 01:31:34,521 --> 01:31:35,958 I’m not finished yet! 1242 01:31:41,670 --> 01:31:42,759 Come on! 1243 01:31:48,004 --> 01:31:49,312 Come on! 1244 01:31:51,887 --> 01:31:55,406 Anatoly Georgiyevich, I should say I’m angry with you. 1245 01:31:55,731 --> 01:32:00,996 You used me. I opened my heart to you, and you… 1246 01:32:01,573 --> 01:32:08,832 Ariadna Semionovna, don’t say so. I really didn’t know that Igor and Masha… 1247 01:32:10,958 --> 01:32:13,460 I didn’t know, I swear. 1248 01:32:15,753 --> 01:32:20,860 How could you think of me being able to hurt you? 1249 01:32:22,527 --> 01:32:25,462 And Masha, by the way, turned out to be a good girl. 1250 01:32:25,894 --> 01:32:29,815 So, you don’t want now Igor to abandon Masha? 1251 01:32:30,273 --> 01:32:31,873 Ariadna Semionovna? 1252 01:32:32,643 --> 01:32:36,201 Wasn’t it you who was talking of listening to one’s own heart? 1253 01:32:38,767 --> 01:32:39,703 Come on! 1254 01:32:40,337 --> 01:32:42,850 — Move it! — Come on! 1255 01:32:43,825 --> 01:32:46,880 Go—go—go—go! Why so light, buddy? I just pass it to you. 1256 01:32:48,419 --> 01:32:51,471 — You ready? — I am. 1257 01:32:51,541 --> 01:32:53,656 — Beware! — Cross a high one! 1258 01:33:01,604 --> 01:33:03,279 Catch it! 1259 01:33:05,421 --> 01:33:07,726 — It’s Sanie! — Yggie! 1260 01:33:08,688 --> 01:33:11,143 — Do help him! — He’ll make it on his own, he’s a big boy! 1261 01:33:11,192 --> 01:33:12,096 Like little boys! 1262 01:33:12,830 --> 01:33:13,829 It’s cold. 1263 01:33:14,687 --> 01:33:16,506 It’s all right. You won’t freeze. 1264 01:33:18,135 --> 01:33:19,405 Do you love him? 1265 01:33:20,024 --> 01:33:22,322 Who? Sasha? Of course I do. 1266 01:33:23,091 --> 01:33:25,091 And I’ll deliver a son for him. 1267 01:33:25,604 --> 01:33:26,788 I mean Igor. 1268 01:33:28,644 --> 01:33:31,639 I say, darling! It’s you who hunt other girl’s fiancés, not me. 1269 01:33:33,772 --> 01:33:35,763 Igor still loves you. 1270 01:33:36,830 --> 01:33:40,531 Well… You seem to have gone absolute nuts. 1271 01:33:41,625 --> 01:33:43,625 Sanie! Come on! Don’t fail me! 1272 01:33:44,471 --> 01:33:47,171 He made a proposition to you a month ago. 1273 01:33:49,230 --> 01:33:53,868 As far as I remember, he had amours with you, in the Far East. Or I mistake? 1274 01:33:55,744 --> 01:33:58,758 Look. He sent a ring to you by courier. 1275 01:33:59,456 --> 01:34:01,233 But he confused the doors and delivered 1276 01:34:01,256 --> 01:34:03,297 the ring to Ariadna Semiononva instead of you. 1277 01:34:03,316 --> 01:34:04,646 The note was not signed. 1278 01:34:04,893 --> 01:34:05,699 So what? 1279 01:34:07,659 --> 01:34:11,222 Can you imagine Igor’s state when he finds out his fiancée engaged 1280 01:34:11,508 --> 01:34:13,431 to his best friend when he comes? 1281 01:34:16,846 --> 01:34:18,814 You don’t trick me this time, do you? 1282 01:34:27,045 --> 01:34:29,060 O my God! 1283 01:34:32,655 --> 01:34:34,366 What shall we do now? 1284 01:34:37,113 --> 01:34:39,051 That’s okay, we’ll find a way out. 1285 01:34:47,691 --> 01:34:48,612 Hey, ladies! 1286 01:34:48,721 --> 01:34:49,398 What? 1287 01:34:49,602 --> 01:34:52,585 Boys! Come here! 1288 01:34:52,875 --> 01:34:56,285 Shashlyk is ready! Welcome to the table! 1289 01:35:13,248 --> 01:35:17,387 To the table! To the table! Here you are. 1290 01:35:18,926 --> 01:35:20,926 — Wow! — A shashlyk by master. 1291 01:35:22,218 --> 01:35:24,392 Hope there’s some more left, dad, isn’t there? 1292 01:35:24,439 --> 01:35:25,598 Of course. 1293 01:35:27,304 --> 01:35:31,418 By the way! Friends! We took some counsel, Sasha and me, and decided 1294 01:35:32,061 --> 01:35:35,239 it would be great to celebrate our weddings on the same day. 1295 01:35:35,631 --> 01:35:37,424 — If the ladies don’t mind. — Of course! 1296 01:35:37,517 --> 01:35:38,751 Hurrah! Bravo! 1297 01:35:40,435 --> 01:35:42,226 Attention! Attention, please! 1298 01:35:46,305 --> 01:35:47,937 I’ve got a toast. 1299 01:35:49,921 --> 01:35:54,092 I’d like to drink to you. 1300 01:35:55,734 --> 01:36:00,685 To your friendship, your love. 1301 01:36:02,494 --> 01:36:04,494 Look at one another. 1302 01:36:05,438 --> 01:36:08,853 Believe in the goods! To you! 1303 01:36:10,440 --> 01:36:13,579 Hurrah! Hurrah! 1304 01:36:21,377 --> 01:36:25,633 Igor Vetrov and Maria Rumiantseva. Your turn. 1305 01:36:46,121 --> 01:36:49,224 Ladies and gentlemen! 1306 01:36:49,517 --> 01:36:53,558 I congratulate the neatest and dearest of this perfect young couple, 1307 01:36:53,700 --> 01:36:59,070 Igor Vetrov and Lidia Timokhina, who decided to marry… 1308 01:36:59,201 --> 01:37:00,642 It’s Maria Rumiantseva. 1309 01:37:02,498 --> 01:37:03,774 Lidia Timokhina. 1310 01:37:04,261 --> 01:37:06,886 Igor Vetrov and Maria Rumiantseva. 1311 01:37:09,067 --> 01:37:12,095 I have Lidia Timokhina here. 1312 01:37:12,285 --> 01:37:15,485 Look, it’s some kind of mistake. Lidia Timokhina registers her marriage later. 1313 01:37:15,556 --> 01:37:17,480 Mister, I never mistake. 1314 01:37:17,721 --> 01:37:19,752 I assure you, it’s Maria Rumiantseva. 1315 01:37:20,075 --> 01:37:23,283 You have it right. I’m Lidia Timokhina. 1316 01:37:29,863 --> 01:37:32,911 We’ll, young people. Decide please whether you are going to marry or not. 1317 01:37:32,939 --> 01:37:36,038 We already have. Haven’t we, Igor? 1318 01:37:38,537 --> 01:37:41,181 So do we register the marriage or we do not? 1319 01:37:41,558 --> 01:37:42,475 We do. 1320 01:37:46,841 --> 01:37:52,777 Igor, will you have Lidia to be your wedded wife? 1321 01:37:55,906 --> 01:37:56,712 I will. 1322 01:37:57,775 --> 01:38:02,170 Lidia, will you have Igor to be your wedded husband? 1323 01:38:02,398 --> 01:38:03,719 I will. 1324 01:38:05,286 --> 01:38:09,327 How do you find my idea, Anatoly Georgiyevich? 1325 01:38:09,966 --> 01:38:11,082 Amazing! 1326 01:38:12,311 --> 01:38:14,945 I’ve got another one in store. 1327 01:38:16,651 --> 01:38:18,234 Ariadna Semionona! 1328 01:38:22,074 --> 01:38:25,815 Friends! Excuse me! Make way, make way! 1329 01:38:37,925 --> 01:38:39,654 How do you find such an exchange? 1330 01:38:40,451 --> 01:38:41,563 The best! 1331 01:38:42,294 --> 01:38:44,313 Sanie!! 1332 01:38:48,637 --> 01:38:50,501 Go now! Come on! 1333 01:38:50,603 --> 01:38:52,027 We’ll be right back! 1334 01:38:52,281 --> 01:38:53,108 — Igor! — What? 1335 01:38:53,229 --> 01:38:54,989 — You’re fired! — You are fired! 1336 01:38:56,194 --> 01:38:58,087 Girls catch it! 1337 01:38:58,705 --> 01:39:01,233 — You fumbler! Ready? — Yeah. 1338 01:39:02,089 --> 01:39:03,192 We get in. 1339 01:39:04,860 --> 01:39:06,769 Excuse me, is that building No. 86? 1340 01:39:07,439 --> 01:39:08,598 It’s 97! 1341 01:39:09,823 --> 01:39:10,664 Thank you. 1342 01:40:58,518 --> 01:41:05,801 THE END95490

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