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Would you like to inspect the original subtitles? These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:01:42,019 --> 00:01:46,107 I open my eyes and I see nothing. 2 00:01:50,027 --> 00:01:53,614 I only remember there was some accident. 3 00:01:53,697 --> 00:01:57,701 Everyone ran for safety as best they could. 4 00:01:58,369 --> 00:02:00,162 As best they could. 5 00:02:00,246 --> 00:02:06,293 As for what happened to me, I just can't remember. 6 00:02:15,803 --> 00:02:17,888 How strange. Where am I? 7 00:02:19,390 --> 00:02:22,351 Judging by the clothes, this must be the 1800s. 8 00:02:22,434 --> 00:02:24,812 Where are they rushing off to? 9 00:02:33,112 --> 00:02:35,739 What if we are denied entry? 10 00:02:35,823 --> 00:02:38,242 I've never been so frightened. 11 00:02:41,579 --> 00:02:43,539 Remember, the girl in white is mine. 12 00:02:43,622 --> 00:02:46,083 Where are you going? 13 00:03:01,599 --> 00:03:03,851 It's cold! Close the doors. 14 00:03:33,297 --> 00:03:34,715 Quickly! Quickly! 15 00:03:35,716 --> 00:03:37,092 Keep moving. 16 00:03:52,358 --> 00:03:56,445 Those officers don't know the way. 17 00:04:05,371 --> 00:04:07,081 Can it be that I'm invisible? 18 00:04:07,164 --> 00:04:09,500 Or do they just not notice me? 19 00:04:41,615 --> 00:04:43,659 Interesting. 20 00:04:44,702 --> 00:04:47,705 Has all this been staged for me? 21 00:04:48,455 --> 00:04:52,042 Am I expected to play a role? 22 00:04:59,049 --> 00:05:01,302 What kind of play is this? 23 00:05:03,637 --> 00:05:06,098 Let's hope it's not a tragedy. 24 00:05:22,573 --> 00:05:24,575 Which way do we go? 25 00:05:30,664 --> 00:05:33,334 Which way do we go? Maybe this way. 26 00:05:33,917 --> 00:05:36,462 No. We'll go this way. 27 00:05:37,254 --> 00:05:41,842 That man in black, he's wandering about too. 28 00:05:41,925 --> 00:05:44,011 He nods to me, but goes away. 29 00:05:46,472 --> 00:05:50,351 Pardon me for speaking before we've been properly introduced. 30 00:05:50,434 --> 00:05:52,269 What city is this? 31 00:05:53,312 --> 00:05:56,690 What city is this? Well, everyone speaks Russian. 32 00:05:56,774 --> 00:06:00,110 I so hoped this was Chambord during the Directory. 33 00:06:02,363 --> 00:06:05,032 - What language are we speaking? - Russian. 34 00:06:05,115 --> 00:06:06,950 Russian? 35 00:06:07,034 --> 00:06:10,371 How strange. I never knew Russian before. 36 00:06:11,663 --> 00:06:14,375 What are they doing in there? 37 00:06:18,170 --> 00:06:20,130 - Shall we go in? - Where, in there? 38 00:06:20,214 --> 00:06:21,465 Something is going on. 39 00:06:21,548 --> 00:06:24,093 What on earth am I doing here? 40 00:06:24,176 --> 00:06:26,595 I suddenly speak Russian. 41 00:06:26,678 --> 00:06:30,057 I want to leave. Your curiosity is not amusing. 42 00:06:30,140 --> 00:06:32,559 Could all this be theater? 43 00:06:32,643 --> 00:06:35,437 No, no. Farewell. 44 00:06:35,521 --> 00:06:38,399 No. Our paths must part. 45 00:06:38,482 --> 00:06:42,111 Farewell. You have answered all my questions. 46 00:06:42,194 --> 00:06:45,447 - Farewell then. - Where does this door lead to? 47 00:06:46,990 --> 00:06:48,659 What a pity. 48 00:06:49,701 --> 00:06:52,454 We may never meet again. 49 00:06:58,836 --> 00:07:01,004 He was obviously a foreigner. 50 00:07:03,173 --> 00:07:06,260 When will an opportunity like that come again? 51 00:07:41,462 --> 00:07:45,674 It's best not to get involved in this. 52 00:07:48,051 --> 00:07:51,054 Let's not disturb them. 53 00:07:53,557 --> 00:07:58,812 In any case, it's much too late. 54 00:08:07,613 --> 00:08:11,074 Sir. Sir, I'm here. 55 00:08:16,246 --> 00:08:20,501 My Russian cicerone. Do you know the way? 56 00:08:20,584 --> 00:08:23,212 - Yes, let's go together. - This is your country. 57 00:08:23,295 --> 00:08:27,758 Yes, but not my century. How did I come to be here? 58 00:08:27,841 --> 00:08:29,676 I think I saw Peter the Great. 59 00:08:29,760 --> 00:08:33,597 I hear delight in your voice. Was it interesting? 60 00:08:34,598 --> 00:08:37,309 Yes, very interesting. 61 00:08:37,768 --> 00:08:39,686 Really. 62 00:08:39,770 --> 00:08:41,563 In Asia, tyrants are adored. 63 00:08:41,647 --> 00:08:45,692 The more terrible the tyrant, the more his memory is cherished. 64 00:08:45,776 --> 00:08:49,863 Alexander the Great, Timur and your Peter the Great. 65 00:08:49,947 --> 00:08:52,032 You're wrong about Peter. 66 00:08:52,115 --> 00:08:56,078 He taught Russians to enjoy themselves. 67 00:08:56,161 --> 00:09:00,082 A spiral staircase. Where has everyone disappeared to? 68 00:09:02,459 --> 00:09:05,295 I see. But why? 69 00:09:05,963 --> 00:09:08,549 What's so interesting up there? 70 00:09:08,632 --> 00:09:11,218 You'll see. 71 00:09:12,511 --> 00:09:15,806 Peter, the man who ordered his own son's execution. 72 00:09:15,889 --> 00:09:20,435 The same man who taught the people to enjoy life. How funny. 73 00:09:20,852 --> 00:09:23,105 I thought you knew where we were going. 74 00:09:23,981 --> 00:09:26,817 He built a European city upon a swamp. 75 00:09:26,900 --> 00:09:30,612 He introduced order of the most primitive kind. 76 00:09:30,696 --> 00:09:33,156 - Where are they going? - But the city is still European. 77 00:09:33,240 --> 00:09:35,617 To a party. But why by the back staircase? 78 00:09:35,701 --> 00:09:39,246 They were taught to have fun. So they go to parties. 79 00:09:39,329 --> 00:09:41,415 And the officer and the lady? 80 00:09:41,498 --> 00:09:44,334 - At the party. - Where are they? 81 00:09:44,418 --> 00:09:47,838 They've gone to the underworld. Down, down, down! 82 00:09:49,047 --> 00:09:51,049 And they are no more. 83 00:09:53,510 --> 00:09:57,306 Be careful. The stairs are steep, and it's dark. 84 00:09:57,389 --> 00:09:59,349 Thank you. I can see. 85 00:10:04,771 --> 00:10:07,524 Do you know where we are? 86 00:10:08,692 --> 00:10:11,403 No, I don't know yet. 87 00:10:11,862 --> 00:10:13,614 I don't know yet. 88 00:10:38,722 --> 00:10:41,308 Sir, be careful. 89 00:10:41,391 --> 00:10:43,727 Don't betray our presence. 90 00:10:43,810 --> 00:10:46,688 There's no need to remind me. 91 00:10:48,106 --> 00:10:51,401 Don't forget it was me who brought you here. 92 00:10:51,485 --> 00:10:53,528 Please don't be offended. 93 00:10:53,612 --> 00:10:56,657 And you, don't get too close to the actors. 94 00:10:56,740 --> 00:10:58,075 Bend down. 95 00:11:00,619 --> 00:11:02,412 You're beautiful. 96 00:11:29,439 --> 00:11:31,983 - Stop pushing. - Don't scratch me. 97 00:11:39,282 --> 00:11:42,244 - Why is she pushing me? - You're pushing too. 98 00:11:43,161 --> 00:11:46,289 What an impressive orchestra. 99 00:11:46,957 --> 00:11:49,376 They must be Europeans. 100 00:11:49,876 --> 00:11:51,878 No, they're Russian musicians. 101 00:11:51,962 --> 00:11:53,630 No, Europeans. 102 00:11:54,715 --> 00:11:55,924 Italians. 103 00:11:56,007 --> 00:11:59,136 They're Russians, for God's sake. 104 00:13:08,038 --> 00:13:09,581 Well? 105 00:13:10,373 --> 00:13:13,710 I say it's good. 106 00:13:14,920 --> 00:13:16,797 Very good! 107 00:13:19,132 --> 00:13:21,426 I need to pee! 108 00:13:28,892 --> 00:13:30,894 I can't hold it in anymore. 109 00:14:12,102 --> 00:14:13,979 No, no. 110 00:14:14,980 --> 00:14:16,898 No. What? What? 111 00:14:18,942 --> 00:14:20,735 Yes. Yes. 112 00:14:24,281 --> 00:14:27,033 Sir. Sir. 113 00:14:27,367 --> 00:14:28,618 Don't shout. 114 00:14:28,702 --> 00:14:33,123 - Where are you? - Here. My God, it's Catherine the Great. 115 00:14:33,206 --> 00:14:34,875 Follow me. 116 00:14:38,879 --> 00:14:44,885 I love the 18th century - a time of genius and manners. 117 00:14:44,968 --> 00:14:47,721 I would have to agree with you. 118 00:14:47,804 --> 00:14:51,641 - Never contradict me. - Very well. 119 00:14:51,725 --> 00:14:55,228 Where's the czarina? Gone. 120 00:14:55,312 --> 00:14:59,107 Russia is like a theater. A theater. 121 00:14:59,190 --> 00:15:00,901 Careful. 122 00:15:00,984 --> 00:15:03,987 I think I know where we are. 123 00:15:04,821 --> 00:15:10,076 These petty officials. How pretentious they are. 124 00:15:10,160 --> 00:15:12,329 Don't lag behind, sir. 125 00:15:12,412 --> 00:15:16,416 I'm not lagging. I think we're speaking too loudly. 126 00:15:16,499 --> 00:15:19,044 No matter. They're completely deaf. 127 00:15:19,920 --> 00:15:24,799 I'm careful. I won't touch anyone. 128 00:15:24,883 --> 00:15:26,635 It's all theater. 129 00:15:26,718 --> 00:15:31,264 What actors. And what costumes. 130 00:15:37,020 --> 00:15:40,440 Thank you, sirs. Thank you. 131 00:15:40,523 --> 00:15:43,568 They don't see me. They don't see me. 132 00:15:49,908 --> 00:15:52,619 Just like the Vatican. 133 00:15:52,702 --> 00:15:55,372 Truly. it's like we're in the Vatican. 134 00:15:58,625 --> 00:16:02,295 Those reliefs are painted, are they not? 135 00:16:02,379 --> 00:16:04,798 What naturalism. 136 00:16:04,881 --> 00:16:06,216 Look at them. 137 00:16:06,299 --> 00:16:10,220 Weren't those decorations inspired by sketches of Raphael? 138 00:16:10,303 --> 00:16:11,972 Raphael, yes. 139 00:16:14,808 --> 00:16:17,477 Better than the Vatican. This is St. Petersburg. 140 00:16:17,560 --> 00:16:19,354 So they're copies? 141 00:16:19,437 --> 00:16:23,066 Your authorities don't have faith in your own artists. 142 00:16:24,067 --> 00:16:28,029 Russians are so talented at copying. 143 00:16:28,113 --> 00:16:30,156 And why? 144 00:16:30,240 --> 00:16:32,993 Because you don't have ideas of your own. 145 00:16:33,785 --> 00:16:38,415 Your authorities don't want you to have them. 146 00:16:38,498 --> 00:16:42,335 In fact, they are as lazy as all the rest of you. 147 00:16:42,419 --> 00:16:45,005 Just lazy. 148 00:16:45,088 --> 00:16:46,381 Lazy. 149 00:16:46,464 --> 00:16:50,427 There was a gallery there for paintings. 150 00:16:50,510 --> 00:16:55,181 - On the upper floor. - 111 paintings - Italian masters. 151 00:16:55,265 --> 00:16:58,476 - True, not the best masters. - Not the best. 152 00:16:59,686 --> 00:17:03,231 The czars were mainly Russophiles. 153 00:17:07,777 --> 00:17:10,196 But they dreamed of Italy. 154 00:17:10,280 --> 00:17:13,074 Wasn't the Hermitage created to satisfy those dreams? 155 00:17:15,285 --> 00:17:18,079 - Raphael isn't for you. - Not for us. 156 00:17:18,163 --> 00:17:19,789 For Italy. 157 00:17:19,873 --> 00:17:21,499 It's warm there. 158 00:17:22,125 --> 00:17:23,668 It's warm there. 159 00:17:28,840 --> 00:17:30,800 What beauty. 160 00:17:37,015 --> 00:17:40,393 The small Italian gallery. 161 00:17:40,477 --> 00:17:43,229 The small Italian gallery. 162 00:17:48,985 --> 00:17:50,779 Who are these people? 163 00:17:52,363 --> 00:17:55,575 From which era are they from? 164 00:17:55,658 --> 00:17:57,243 Do you see that vase? 165 00:17:57,327 --> 00:18:00,580 I see. I see. Empire style is everywhere. 166 00:18:00,663 --> 00:18:02,415 And those Voronikhin lamps. 167 00:18:02,499 --> 00:18:04,918 Lamps, lamps, lamps. 168 00:18:06,419 --> 00:18:08,296 Empire. Empire. Empire. 169 00:18:08,379 --> 00:18:11,633 I have no enthusiasm for Empire style. 170 00:18:11,716 --> 00:18:13,635 That style is too silly. 171 00:18:15,678 --> 00:18:20,683 Don't forget it was born under Bonaparte. 172 00:18:20,767 --> 00:18:22,435 Then it became fashionable here 173 00:18:22,519 --> 00:18:26,272 to the point of becoming the national style 174 00:18:26,356 --> 00:18:28,942 to the detriment of its originality. 175 00:18:29,025 --> 00:18:31,236 We battled Napoleon, not the Empire style. 176 00:18:31,736 --> 00:18:35,615 Who are they? Who are these people? 177 00:18:35,698 --> 00:18:39,953 The people of St. Petersburg, after the city ceased being the capital. 178 00:18:40,036 --> 00:18:41,704 It's better that way. 179 00:18:41,788 --> 00:18:45,792 A capital city should be an ancient city, not chimerical. 180 00:18:45,875 --> 00:18:49,295 Like Moscow. Who are these people? 181 00:18:49,379 --> 00:18:51,131 Should I introduce you? 182 00:18:51,214 --> 00:18:54,300 - Only if it's not impolite. - No, they are friends. 183 00:18:54,384 --> 00:18:55,677 Then let's. 184 00:18:55,760 --> 00:18:58,847 This is Oleg Konstantinovich, professor of medicine. 185 00:18:58,930 --> 00:19:00,598 Lev Mikhailovich, actor. 186 00:19:01,391 --> 00:19:02,976 Shouldn't they rise? 187 00:19:03,059 --> 00:19:06,396 This is my European friend. He is visiting Russia. 188 00:19:06,479 --> 00:19:08,857 - My pleasure. - He's European. 189 00:19:12,610 --> 00:19:16,322 Medicine is a fine profession. 190 00:19:16,406 --> 00:19:19,868 I haven't spoken to anyone for a long time 191 00:19:19,951 --> 00:19:22,704 aside from my new companion. 192 00:19:22,787 --> 00:19:25,707 Such a long time. What is that odor? 193 00:19:25,790 --> 00:19:27,417 What odor? 194 00:19:27,500 --> 00:19:29,335 A curious odor. 195 00:19:31,588 --> 00:19:35,091 - Have you been in St. Petersburg long? - For an hour. 196 00:19:35,175 --> 00:19:37,177 And you came straight here? 197 00:19:37,260 --> 00:19:41,431 - I had my reasons. - You must love art. 198 00:19:41,514 --> 00:19:45,685 Are you interested in beauty or just its representation? 199 00:19:45,768 --> 00:19:49,522 - No, Marquis. We're here to rest. - “Marquis”? 200 00:19:49,606 --> 00:19:52,066 - This is how you rest? - Just so. 201 00:19:52,150 --> 00:19:55,612 Today, Oleg Konstantinovich and I have come here - 202 00:19:55,695 --> 00:19:57,363 It smells of formaldehyde. 203 00:19:57,447 --> 00:19:59,282 Yes, formaldehyde. 204 00:19:59,365 --> 00:20:02,202 Marquis, I'll show you a splendid painting. 205 00:20:02,285 --> 00:20:05,622 These men are emitting a very strange odor. 206 00:20:05,705 --> 00:20:10,501 Marquis, this is the Birth of John the Baptist. 207 00:20:15,298 --> 00:20:18,134 The marquis smells of formaldehyde. 208 00:20:18,218 --> 00:20:22,555 I know this painting. I saw it on my last visit here. 209 00:20:22,639 --> 00:20:25,558 It comes from Paris, from the Crozat collection. 210 00:20:25,642 --> 00:20:30,521 Catherine acquired it in 1772. 211 00:20:30,813 --> 00:20:34,067 One of the earliest pieces of the Hermitage collection. 212 00:20:34,150 --> 00:20:38,404 Such information, that's for specialists. 213 00:20:38,488 --> 00:20:41,616 For us, the details are more interesting. 214 00:20:41,699 --> 00:20:43,743 Look closely here. 215 00:20:43,826 --> 00:20:47,830 See in the foreground? A chicken and a cat. 216 00:20:48,373 --> 00:20:51,626 They are symbolic figures. 217 00:20:51,709 --> 00:20:54,837 The chicken represents greed, avarice. 218 00:20:54,921 --> 00:20:58,591 The cat - cynicism and cruelty. 219 00:20:58,675 --> 00:21:01,844 Cynicism and cruelty. The cat. 220 00:21:01,928 --> 00:21:04,097 They are both calmed by the birth of John. 221 00:21:04,180 --> 00:21:05,890 How interesting. 222 00:21:07,684 --> 00:21:09,519 Very, very interesting. 223 00:21:09,602 --> 00:21:11,854 Why is he dressed like that? 224 00:21:12,730 --> 00:21:16,776 For example, the Cleopatra- what do you know about it? 225 00:21:16,859 --> 00:21:18,611 Massimo Stanzione. 226 00:21:19,862 --> 00:21:23,491 The Cleopatra is on the same wall 227 00:21:23,574 --> 00:21:27,036 a s t h e Circumcision of Christ' by the pious Ludovico Cardi. 228 00:21:27,120 --> 00:21:30,623 - What bothers you? - What bothers me? 229 00:21:30,707 --> 00:21:35,795 Right next to Saint Cecilia? Can you imagine! 230 00:21:35,878 --> 00:21:37,964 By Carlo Dolci. 231 00:21:38,047 --> 00:21:41,050 And next to an Eastern still life! 232 00:21:41,134 --> 00:21:44,554 - Why does that bother you? - Don't argue, Oleg. 233 00:21:44,637 --> 00:21:49,142 As a Catholic, that shocks me. 234 00:21:49,434 --> 00:21:51,477 What do you think of Wagner? 235 00:21:51,561 --> 00:21:53,730 Wagner? Who is Wagner? 236 00:21:53,813 --> 00:21:56,190 Oleg, he doesn't know Wagner. 237 00:21:57,275 --> 00:22:03,281 Wagner is that child who behaved badly with my best friend, Meyerbeer. 238 00:22:04,574 --> 00:22:07,577 I have never listened to Wagner. 239 00:22:07,660 --> 00:22:11,497 - Broaden your horizons. - That doctor is so insistent. 240 00:22:11,581 --> 00:22:16,002 - But I'm not sick. - We wish you much success. 241 00:22:16,085 --> 00:22:18,838 Sir, why are they badly dressed? 242 00:22:18,921 --> 00:22:24,260 My friends, how could I think that you would get along? 243 00:22:24,344 --> 00:22:28,848 One day, I'll explain everything. I'm in a strange situation. 244 00:22:28,931 --> 00:22:32,685 Sir. Sir, why quarrel with everyone? 245 00:22:32,769 --> 00:22:36,939 If you do, we will never discover why we are here. 246 00:22:37,023 --> 00:22:39,567 Such clothing kills a man's creative essence. 247 00:22:42,278 --> 00:22:46,074 Why do you find it necessary to adopt European culture? 248 00:22:46,157 --> 00:22:48,117 For what reason? 249 00:22:48,201 --> 00:22:52,872 Why borrow also Europe's mistakes? 250 00:22:54,832 --> 00:22:57,752 My God. What is all this? 251 00:22:57,835 --> 00:23:00,546 What is it? 252 00:23:03,299 --> 00:23:04,717 Mother! 253 00:23:05,343 --> 00:23:06,803 Mother. 254 00:23:14,185 --> 00:23:15,728 Canova! 255 00:23:15,812 --> 00:23:19,816 What a sublime approach to art! 256 00:23:19,899 --> 00:23:21,859 What feeling for the material! 257 00:23:23,319 --> 00:23:25,238 How wonderful! 258 00:23:25,321 --> 00:23:27,281 How wonderful. My God. 259 00:23:27,365 --> 00:23:30,576 He is a true heir to the masters of antiquity. 260 00:23:31,828 --> 00:23:34,747 Canova almost married my mother. 261 00:23:34,831 --> 00:23:37,583 Was your mother a sculptress? 262 00:23:37,667 --> 00:23:40,002 Yes, a sculptress. In Rome. 263 00:23:40,086 --> 00:23:43,923 In Rome? Your mother, a sculptress. 264 00:23:44,006 --> 00:23:49,429 In this Canova collection, there are even sculptures 265 00:23:49,512 --> 00:23:52,682 that Czar Alexander bought from the wife - 266 00:23:52,765 --> 00:23:54,350 The wife of Napoleon? 267 00:23:54,434 --> 00:23:58,604 Yes. It was 1815, I was at the Congress of Vienna. 268 00:23:58,688 --> 00:24:00,314 What were you doing there? 269 00:24:00,398 --> 00:24:04,110 - I was a diplomat. - You were a diplomat? 270 00:24:04,193 --> 00:24:07,363 This collection was the object of a serious dispute. 271 00:24:08,906 --> 00:24:11,534 Look where we are now. 272 00:24:13,202 --> 00:24:15,788 Is this a dream? 273 00:24:15,872 --> 00:24:18,666 I don't know. I don't know. 274 00:24:20,251 --> 00:24:23,171 I don't know about you, but I'm wide awake. 275 00:24:27,258 --> 00:24:29,677 It's amazing how well I speak Russian. 276 00:24:32,930 --> 00:24:34,474 Yes, quite well. 277 00:24:34,557 --> 00:24:37,810 Who was that small man? 278 00:24:37,894 --> 00:24:39,729 Was that Pushkin? 279 00:24:41,606 --> 00:24:43,691 - Good day. - Good day. 280 00:24:44,108 --> 00:24:47,820 Is that your great poet? Your beloved one? 281 00:24:47,904 --> 00:24:51,699 I read him in French. Nothing special. 282 00:24:51,782 --> 00:24:53,326 Sir. 283 00:24:53,409 --> 00:24:56,412 My God, how touchy you are. 284 00:24:56,496 --> 00:24:59,707 Forgive me, please. 285 00:25:00,833 --> 00:25:04,712 I'm sorry if I've offended your nationalist sympathies. 286 00:25:04,795 --> 00:25:08,758 “Nationalist sympathies.” What is that? 287 00:25:13,471 --> 00:25:15,515 What's that there? 288 00:25:15,598 --> 00:25:18,851 - Sir. Please. - Who is that? 289 00:25:18,935 --> 00:25:20,520 Please don't be rash. 290 00:25:20,603 --> 00:25:23,022 All alone, without a chaperone? 291 00:25:23,105 --> 00:25:26,692 It would be wiser not to talk to that lady. 292 00:25:29,278 --> 00:25:30,947 Don't bother her. 293 00:25:32,657 --> 00:25:34,534 Let's move along. 294 00:25:46,170 --> 00:25:50,716 Excuse me, madam. Have you lost your guide? 295 00:25:51,801 --> 00:25:54,554 Thank you for asking, but I know this place well. 296 00:25:55,846 --> 00:25:59,058 Of course. Do you work here? 297 00:26:00,393 --> 00:26:04,730 Not at all. I'm here to admire the works of the old masters. 298 00:26:08,484 --> 00:26:12,822 Would you accompany me into the next salon? 299 00:26:13,197 --> 00:26:15,616 To see the Flemish masters? 300 00:26:19,662 --> 00:26:23,666 With pleasure. Your slender fingers see all. 301 00:26:23,749 --> 00:26:27,795 - 140 paces, straight ahead. - 140 paces. Is that so? 302 00:26:29,672 --> 00:26:32,633 How many are left? 303 00:26:35,886 --> 00:26:38,389 Watch your step. 304 00:26:45,187 --> 00:26:47,273 This way. 305 00:26:53,779 --> 00:26:56,324 How dare you! Quiet! 306 00:27:11,380 --> 00:27:14,175 - We're here. - Yes, We're here. 307 00:27:15,426 --> 00:27:18,971 Can we go closer to that painting? 308 00:27:19,055 --> 00:27:21,766 Would you like me to tell you about it? 309 00:27:22,808 --> 00:27:26,854 Virgin with Partridges by Van Dyck. 310 00:27:26,937 --> 00:27:30,691 Catherine ll acquired it. 311 00:27:30,775 --> 00:27:34,236 Would you like to tell me about this painting? 312 00:27:34,320 --> 00:27:36,322 Please, tell me. 313 00:27:37,239 --> 00:27:40,534 See the calm and serenity around the Madonna and Joseph. 314 00:27:40,618 --> 00:27:44,372 - Joseph,yes. - God protects them. 315 00:27:44,455 --> 00:27:48,834 There is no doubt about His unseen presence. 316 00:27:48,918 --> 00:27:52,505 The apple tree represents life. Sunflowers stand for piety. 317 00:27:52,588 --> 00:27:56,509 On the upper right, partridges symbolize frivolity. 318 00:27:56,592 --> 00:27:58,844 - They're flying away. - Partridges. 319 00:27:58,928 --> 00:28:01,389 Angels dance and play. 320 00:28:01,472 --> 00:28:04,183 So many other symbols that we can only guess about. 321 00:28:04,266 --> 00:28:08,354 Sir, leave her be. She's an angel. 322 00:28:22,785 --> 00:28:25,746 Why have you gone quiet? 323 00:28:25,830 --> 00:28:31,127 The partridges, the children, the Madonna. 324 00:28:33,045 --> 00:28:36,465 Thank you, madam. Thank you. 325 00:28:36,549 --> 00:28:41,846 I highly value your opinion on the works of Van Dyck. 326 00:28:43,639 --> 00:28:46,726 You'll definitely be interested in another painting. 327 00:28:46,809 --> 00:28:48,561 Be very careful. 328 00:28:48,644 --> 00:28:50,271 A Rubens. 329 00:28:51,731 --> 00:28:55,651 Sir, do not disturb me. 330 00:28:58,571 --> 00:29:01,782 Feast in the House of Simon the Pharisee. 331 00:29:04,076 --> 00:29:06,954 - Seventeen. - I don't see it. 332 00:29:07,037 --> 00:29:10,916 - Eighteen. - Where is it? 333 00:29:19,341 --> 00:29:21,719 The painting isn't here. 334 00:29:26,182 --> 00:29:29,310 No, that painting isn't here. 335 00:29:36,358 --> 00:29:39,695 It wasn't in the czar's collection. 336 00:29:41,405 --> 00:29:44,575 Yes, it's here. 337 00:29:45,367 --> 00:29:49,121 That particular Rubens is not here. 338 00:29:49,205 --> 00:29:52,500 Yes. It was from Lord Walpole's collection. 339 00:29:52,583 --> 00:29:54,543 Like t h e Virgin with Per/fridges. 340 00:29:54,627 --> 00:29:56,545 But that Rubens isn't on exhibit. 341 00:29:58,297 --> 00:29:59,840 But it's here. 342 00:30:10,768 --> 00:30:14,355 - Where are you? - What a wonderful scent. 343 00:30:14,438 --> 00:30:16,357 The scent of oils. 344 00:30:17,566 --> 00:30:19,318 Sir. 345 00:30:19,401 --> 00:30:22,988 Sir, let's leave here now. Let's leave. 346 00:30:23,072 --> 00:30:25,449 - Where are you? - No, let's stay a while. 347 00:30:29,245 --> 00:30:32,498 What wonderful paintings. 348 00:30:33,916 --> 00:30:37,127 What are those men counting? 349 00:30:39,255 --> 00:30:42,591 You were right. I found it. 350 00:30:44,760 --> 00:30:48,681 Let's take a closer look. There it is. 351 00:30:51,684 --> 00:30:54,687 We're almost there. 352 00:30:54,770 --> 00:30:57,565 Face the painting directly. 353 00:30:57,648 --> 00:31:00,317 There it is. There's the painting. 354 00:31:03,362 --> 00:31:07,449 Yes, there it is. 355 00:31:07,533 --> 00:31:10,202 Something to say about Rubens? 356 00:31:10,286 --> 00:31:11,745 Van Dyck. 357 00:31:11,829 --> 00:31:15,332 Rubens considered Van Dyck to be his best pupil. 358 00:31:16,333 --> 00:31:20,462 You know, there was a time when all these paintings 359 00:31:20,546 --> 00:31:22,631 were placed much higher and much closer to one another. 360 00:31:24,133 --> 00:31:26,552 The czar himself supervised how they were hung. 361 00:31:27,970 --> 00:31:30,139 Who are you? 362 00:31:30,222 --> 00:31:32,099 I'm a sailor. 363 00:31:32,182 --> 00:31:35,144 - What are those insignias? - Navy. 364 00:31:35,227 --> 00:31:38,606 The czar visited his collection every morning. 365 00:31:38,689 --> 00:31:44,194 He himself saved all this during the fire. 366 00:31:44,695 --> 00:31:48,115 - Which fire? - The fire was in 1800 - 367 00:31:51,493 --> 00:31:52,786 Are you asking me? 368 00:31:52,870 --> 00:31:55,414 Enough, let's go. 369 00:32:00,044 --> 00:32:01,837 It's time for me to go. 370 00:32:01,921 --> 00:32:03,255 May I accompany you? 371 00:32:03,339 --> 00:32:04,798 No. No. 372 00:32:05,424 --> 00:32:07,676 What a pity. 373 00:32:07,760 --> 00:32:11,680 I must ask you to leave. 374 00:32:11,764 --> 00:32:13,641 The museum is closing. 375 00:32:13,724 --> 00:32:16,852 Please see yourself to the exit. 376 00:32:19,104 --> 00:32:22,816 Quiet. Close the doors. 377 00:32:24,860 --> 00:32:27,154 The museum is closing. 378 00:33:40,811 --> 00:33:44,523 - How was my scene? - I wasn't impressed. 379 00:33:46,358 --> 00:33:48,277 I was joking. 380 00:33:51,030 --> 00:33:52,698 Joking. 381 00:34:10,883 --> 00:34:14,303 - Do you hear music? - I hear something. 382 00:34:26,148 --> 00:34:30,069 Russian music makes me break out in hives. 383 00:34:31,487 --> 00:34:33,655 That has nothing to do with the music. 384 00:35:01,350 --> 00:35:03,435 Why do you look at me like that? 385 00:35:19,743 --> 00:35:22,621 Rags. A dog. 386 00:35:24,706 --> 00:35:26,542 Eternal people. 387 00:35:28,460 --> 00:35:32,714 So, live on. Live on. 388 00:35:33,549 --> 00:35:36,260 - You'll outlive them all. - Eternal people. 389 00:35:44,768 --> 00:35:46,937 What are you doing? 390 00:35:48,063 --> 00:35:49,940 Eavesdropping? 391 00:35:54,486 --> 00:35:57,197 Are you interested in painting? 392 00:36:00,909 --> 00:36:02,828 What nice small hands. 393 00:36:06,915 --> 00:36:08,542 Stay away from me. 394 00:36:42,868 --> 00:36:45,037 Amen. Amen. 395 00:36:46,997 --> 00:36:48,707 Beautiful, isn't it? 396 00:36:48,790 --> 00:36:51,460 Beautiful. Beautiful. 397 00:36:51,543 --> 00:36:55,422 - Are you Catholic? - No, I'm not Catholic. 398 00:36:57,007 --> 00:36:58,967 Why do you ask? 399 00:37:00,886 --> 00:37:03,764 It seemed to me that you were deep in thought 400 00:37:03,847 --> 00:37:08,227 while admiring these images of the founders of our Church. 401 00:37:08,310 --> 00:37:10,479 I don't know. 402 00:37:10,562 --> 00:37:12,564 I wasn't thinking about that. 403 00:37:14,316 --> 00:37:15,984 You weren't thinking. 404 00:37:16,902 --> 00:37:21,865 Do you know that those are the apostles Peter and Paul? 405 00:37:22,658 --> 00:37:25,577 Yes, that's what someone said. 406 00:37:25,661 --> 00:37:28,205 That's what they said? 407 00:37:29,331 --> 00:37:31,250 And so? 408 00:37:36,672 --> 00:37:40,425 I was looking at them because it gives me joy. 409 00:37:40,509 --> 00:37:42,177 Gives you JOY- 410 00:37:42,261 --> 00:37:47,349 One day, all men will become like them. 411 00:37:47,432 --> 00:37:48,892 Really? 412 00:37:52,354 --> 00:37:57,734 How can you know what will become of people 413 00:37:59,528 --> 00:38:04,157 if you don't know the Scriptures? 414 00:38:16,795 --> 00:38:18,755 Why aren't you saying anything? 415 00:38:27,723 --> 00:38:29,725 Look at their hands. 416 00:38:34,479 --> 00:38:38,108 The hands are beautiful. So? 417 00:38:45,073 --> 00:38:48,660 How can you know what will become of people 418 00:38:48,744 --> 00:38:50,662 if you don't know the Scriptures? 419 00:38:50,746 --> 00:38:55,375 As for you, they're just two dusty old men. 420 00:38:56,501 --> 00:38:59,504 Just flesh. 421 00:38:59,588 --> 00:39:02,341 They're covered with the dust of the road 422 00:39:02,424 --> 00:39:04,343 as they appear in the painting. 423 00:39:06,511 --> 00:39:09,598 - What happened? - They are good and wise. 424 00:39:09,681 --> 00:39:12,851 How could you know what they're like 425 00:39:12,934 --> 00:39:15,020 if you have not read the Gospels? 426 00:39:15,103 --> 00:39:17,356 How could you know all that? 427 00:39:17,439 --> 00:39:21,693 Sir, why are you frightening him? He was already afraid. 428 00:39:21,777 --> 00:39:23,737 He's not afraid. 429 00:39:23,820 --> 00:39:26,531 - These people are never afraid. - Leave him be. 430 00:39:26,615 --> 00:39:29,368 Better to appreciate the scent of the paintings. 431 00:39:31,161 --> 00:39:33,163 It smells good. 432 00:39:43,465 --> 00:39:45,384 Only you're not afraid of anything. 433 00:39:46,468 --> 00:39:51,139 So strange to hear those words. 434 00:39:51,223 --> 00:39:54,768 Now I understand. We're in the gallery. 435 00:39:54,851 --> 00:39:57,312 Yes, yes, yes. 436 00:39:58,480 --> 00:40:00,732 I understand. 437 00:40:01,650 --> 00:40:04,236 We're in the czar's gallery 438 00:40:04,319 --> 00:40:07,322 near the portrait of a medieval fanatic. 439 00:40:08,156 --> 00:40:10,992 Where have we wandered to? 440 00:40:14,329 --> 00:40:17,124 That music was good, after all. 441 00:40:17,207 --> 00:40:19,793 - Who was the composer? - Glinka. 442 00:40:19,876 --> 00:40:21,795 Glinka? A German. 443 00:40:21,878 --> 00:40:23,338 A Russian. 444 00:40:23,422 --> 00:40:26,842 A German. All composers are German. 445 00:40:27,217 --> 00:40:29,302 All composers are German. 446 00:40:43,692 --> 00:40:45,485 El Greco. 447 00:40:55,704 --> 00:40:57,706 Very nice. 448 00:40:57,789 --> 00:41:00,876 Looks like a Rembrandt. 449 00:41:03,462 --> 00:41:06,131 El Greco. Dust from the road. 450 00:41:06,214 --> 00:41:09,593 What dust from the road? 451 00:41:16,391 --> 00:41:18,643 Nice, very nice. 452 00:41:18,727 --> 00:41:21,021 - Something you don't like? - Not at all. 453 00:41:21,104 --> 00:41:22,981 It's nice, very nice. 454 00:41:23,064 --> 00:41:24,983 Nice, very nice. 455 00:41:25,066 --> 00:41:28,487 More flesh. Very nice. 456 00:41:32,908 --> 00:41:35,827 These are nice paintings. 457 00:41:36,578 --> 00:41:38,330 Nice paintings. 458 00:41:38,413 --> 00:41:41,291 They're getting better and better. 459 00:41:52,761 --> 00:41:54,679 There's an angel. 460 00:42:30,674 --> 00:42:35,136 Pardon me for addressing you without an introduction. 461 00:42:35,220 --> 00:42:37,597 - To whom was that directed? - What? 462 00:42:37,681 --> 00:42:40,308 - To whom was that directed? - What? 463 00:42:40,392 --> 00:42:41,935 Do tell. 464 00:42:42,018 --> 00:42:45,897 - I'm speaking to the painting. - Speaking to - 465 00:42:45,981 --> 00:42:48,733 Yes. How interesting. 466 00:42:48,817 --> 00:42:52,904 - I must express myself. - Do continue. 467 00:42:52,988 --> 00:42:55,865 That's how to communicate with it. 468 00:42:56,533 --> 00:42:58,243 Would you like to try? 469 00:42:58,326 --> 00:43:02,914 I should try? Very well. 470 00:43:06,876 --> 00:43:09,129 - Like that. - Like this? 471 00:43:11,172 --> 00:43:12,841 Now like this. 472 00:43:14,217 --> 00:43:16,761 Now a turn. 473 00:43:20,682 --> 00:43:22,392 And like this. 474 00:43:25,353 --> 00:43:29,190 Sometimes I prefer to speak alone. 475 00:43:32,193 --> 00:43:37,949 This painting and I, we have a secret. 476 00:43:40,910 --> 00:43:42,954 Really? 477 00:43:43,038 --> 00:43:44,664 - Yes. - Now it's over. 478 00:43:46,291 --> 00:43:49,794 That's all, gentlemen. Good-bye. Good-bye. 479 00:43:51,713 --> 00:43:54,382 Where are you going, madam? 480 00:43:56,551 --> 00:44:00,555 She's offended. She has left. 481 00:44:01,723 --> 00:44:03,391 She's left. 482 00:44:13,318 --> 00:44:16,196 - Hello. - Hello, hello. 483 00:44:17,405 --> 00:44:19,240 Good-bye. Good-bye. 484 00:44:25,163 --> 00:44:27,040 Farewell, gentleman. 485 00:44:27,123 --> 00:44:29,000 How charming! 486 00:44:31,336 --> 00:44:34,673 She's offended. But so charming. 487 00:44:42,514 --> 00:44:44,891 Where has she gone? 488 00:46:54,938 --> 00:46:56,856 Marble. 489 00:46:58,233 --> 00:47:00,109 White, white... 490 00:47:01,402 --> 00:47:03,071 stone. 491 00:47:04,572 --> 00:47:06,908 It's cold, isn't it? 492 00:47:06,991 --> 00:47:10,829 When you first came here, it must have been a disaster. 493 00:47:10,912 --> 00:47:13,832 That was just after the fire. 494 00:47:13,915 --> 00:47:17,252 I have been here before, but it's as if I have not. 495 00:47:17,335 --> 00:47:19,254 What luxury. 496 00:47:23,258 --> 00:47:24,926 What is that? 497 00:47:25,260 --> 00:47:29,347 It was under the Convention that everything was devastated. 498 00:47:29,430 --> 00:47:33,101 You don't know 20th-century Russian history. 499 00:47:33,184 --> 00:47:36,521 Our Convention lasted 80 years. 500 00:47:36,604 --> 00:47:40,149 A real revolution. Very sad. 501 00:47:41,526 --> 00:47:45,697 What kind of system is there now? A republic? 502 00:47:45,780 --> 00:47:47,657 I don't know. 503 00:47:48,283 --> 00:47:51,911 I have never believed that a republic was suitable 504 00:47:51,995 --> 00:47:54,747 for a country as large as Russia. 505 00:47:54,831 --> 00:47:58,209 You Europeans are democrats who mourn the monarchy. 506 00:47:58,293 --> 00:47:59,794 You are French, is that it? 507 00:47:59,878 --> 00:48:02,171 - Stop. Who are you? - And who are you? 508 00:48:05,049 --> 00:48:06,968 Excuse us. We're lost. 509 00:48:07,051 --> 00:48:09,470 - Please be on your way. - Spare us! Spare us! 510 00:48:09,554 --> 00:48:13,391 - You are forbidden here. - Help us, please. 511 00:48:13,474 --> 00:48:16,477 Who forbids it? What is forbidden? 512 00:48:16,561 --> 00:48:19,898 What language. Everything is forbidden. 513 00:48:19,981 --> 00:48:22,400 It's better not to argue. Let's leave. 514 00:48:22,984 --> 00:48:25,069 We're going, We're going. 515 00:48:27,989 --> 00:48:30,283 I know where we can hide. 516 00:48:30,366 --> 00:48:33,995 I suddenly feel afraid. I don't like military uniforms. 517 00:48:37,874 --> 00:48:42,253 - Don't rush. - There's a door ahead. 518 00:48:43,254 --> 00:48:45,173 Not that door, sir. 519 00:48:45,256 --> 00:48:49,802 But I like it. Such a beautiful door. 520 00:48:49,886 --> 00:48:52,055 No, not that one. 521 00:48:56,017 --> 00:48:57,852 I have never been here. 522 00:48:58,686 --> 00:49:00,688 Why is it so cold? 523 00:49:00,772 --> 00:49:03,775 I told you not to enter. 524 00:49:03,858 --> 00:49:05,318 What cold! 525 00:49:05,401 --> 00:49:07,236 Frames. But where are - 526 00:49:09,948 --> 00:49:12,617 Where are the canvases? 527 00:49:14,118 --> 00:49:17,288 Let's go back, I beg you. 528 00:49:17,372 --> 00:49:20,333 - Who's there? - It's me. 529 00:49:20,416 --> 00:49:23,252 - What's happening? - Nothing. I simply entered. 530 00:49:26,547 --> 00:49:28,466 - Come closer. - I'm coming. 531 00:49:28,549 --> 00:49:33,304 Maybe you need help, kind sir. Maybe I can help. 532 00:49:33,388 --> 00:49:34,847 What? 533 00:49:35,223 --> 00:49:37,475 Who is the “kind sir”? 534 00:49:37,558 --> 00:49:39,602 Me. You. 535 00:49:41,062 --> 00:49:43,648 Not here, not there. 536 00:49:43,731 --> 00:49:45,358 There is no one. 537 00:49:45,441 --> 00:49:47,735 Only coffins and corpses. 538 00:49:47,819 --> 00:49:50,029 Only coffins and corpses. Come and see. 539 00:49:50,113 --> 00:49:53,825 - I'm coming. - That's my coffin. 540 00:49:53,908 --> 00:49:56,869 - Your coffin? - Yes, I made it myself. 541 00:49:56,953 --> 00:50:01,165 Why that strange tone, kind sir? 542 00:50:01,249 --> 00:50:03,918 Why are there coffins in the Hermitage? 543 00:50:04,002 --> 00:50:05,670 Kind sir. 544 00:50:06,921 --> 00:50:09,382 - It's my coffin. - Your coffin? 545 00:50:09,465 --> 00:50:13,386 - It's my coffin. - Yours. All right. 546 00:50:13,594 --> 00:50:16,431 - He looks well-fed. - But where are the corpses? 547 00:50:16,514 --> 00:50:19,392 Why do you ask where? Don't step on the corpses. 548 00:50:19,475 --> 00:50:22,603 He looks well-fed. You stepped on the corpses! 549 00:50:23,146 --> 00:50:25,231 - What happened? - A war. 550 00:50:25,314 --> 00:50:27,442 - What? - A war. 551 00:50:27,984 --> 00:50:30,361 Which war? Against whom? 552 00:50:30,445 --> 00:50:33,656 - Against Germany. - Germany? What is this “Germany”? 553 00:50:34,657 --> 00:50:37,827 The unified German state. 554 00:50:38,286 --> 00:50:42,040 In the 20th century, Russia was at war with Germany. 555 00:50:42,957 --> 00:50:47,336 The German army surrounded the city, but the city did not surrender. 556 00:50:48,296 --> 00:50:50,214 More than one million people died. 557 00:50:50,298 --> 00:50:53,718 - What? More than one million? - More than one million. 558 00:50:53,801 --> 00:50:56,220 That's a high price to pay. 559 00:50:57,805 --> 00:50:59,932 Very high. 560 00:51:00,016 --> 00:51:03,269 St. Petersburg and the Hermitage paid dearly. 561 00:51:03,352 --> 00:51:05,980 In Russia, it is said that freedom knows no price. 562 00:51:06,064 --> 00:51:08,566 - A very high price. - Certainly high. 563 00:51:08,649 --> 00:51:10,818 But maybe not so high. 564 00:51:10,902 --> 00:51:14,280 - But it's already been paid. - All the same, I was wrong. 565 00:51:14,363 --> 00:51:16,908 I was wrong 566 00:51:16,991 --> 00:51:19,911 when I criticized your czars 567 00:51:19,994 --> 00:51:24,582 for all this beauty and opulence. 568 00:51:24,665 --> 00:51:30,296 Even if they all were... tyrants. 569 00:51:30,379 --> 00:51:32,673 Please. Not so loud. 570 00:51:37,345 --> 00:51:40,389 But it is beautiful, isn't it? 571 00:51:41,516 --> 00:51:45,561 What do you see? Who is it? 572 00:51:47,939 --> 00:51:52,485 I'm not sure. Maybe Catherine. 573 00:51:54,529 --> 00:51:57,031 Nothing could be less sure. 574 00:51:58,199 --> 00:52:01,577 That's enough. Lisa, bring the children. 575 00:52:03,204 --> 00:52:05,331 Don't go too near her. 576 00:52:05,414 --> 00:52:09,460 If it is Catherine, she has a sixth sense. 577 00:52:14,715 --> 00:52:17,802 Like this. 578 00:52:19,887 --> 00:52:21,305 Lower. Lower. 579 00:52:22,390 --> 00:52:24,433 That will be all. 580 00:52:28,271 --> 00:52:30,731 The candles. The candles. 581 00:52:31,732 --> 00:52:33,401 It's stuffy in here. 582 00:52:34,944 --> 00:52:37,446 - There? - Over here. 583 00:52:38,447 --> 00:52:39,907 Over here. 584 00:52:40,783 --> 00:52:45,663 No, benefactress, not there. It's much too cold. 585 00:52:51,586 --> 00:52:54,714 Just so. Just so. 586 00:52:56,799 --> 00:52:58,718 But it's cold. 587 00:53:28,039 --> 00:53:29,582 Sir! 588 00:53:30,791 --> 00:53:32,710 Where are you? 589 00:53:33,669 --> 00:53:36,422 I hear your footsteps. Where are you? 590 00:53:44,555 --> 00:53:48,059 Mortals should not chase after royalty. 591 00:53:52,521 --> 00:53:54,482 Careful not to catch up with her. 592 00:54:27,431 --> 00:54:30,351 I hear your footsteps. 593 00:54:30,434 --> 00:54:32,311 I hear them. 594 00:54:36,399 --> 00:54:40,611 Sir, what are you doing? it's cold. 595 00:54:41,779 --> 00:54:43,823 - Come this way. - Yes, it's cold. 596 00:54:43,906 --> 00:54:45,449 Come on, let's go. 597 00:54:45,533 --> 00:54:47,785 - She disappeared. - I know. 598 00:54:47,868 --> 00:54:50,621 - She disappeared again. - Move aside. 599 00:54:50,705 --> 00:54:54,458 - Do you know where to go? - Help us. 600 00:54:54,542 --> 00:54:57,169 - Come on, let's go. - Isn't he letting us in? 601 00:54:57,253 --> 00:54:59,297 Let us through. We are allowed. 602 00:55:00,923 --> 00:55:03,718 Where is the door? Where is it? 603 00:55:05,261 --> 00:55:06,971 Greetings. 604 00:55:07,054 --> 00:55:10,933 Don't be shy. Come. We won't stay long. 605 00:55:11,559 --> 00:55:13,561 Where are you taking me? 606 00:55:13,644 --> 00:55:17,189 Thank you very much. A new hairstyle is necessary. 607 00:55:17,273 --> 00:55:20,693 What beautiful hair you have. Those curls! 608 00:55:20,776 --> 00:55:22,862 Thank you. 609 00:55:22,945 --> 00:55:25,990 They're offering us tea. Will you have tea? 610 00:55:27,950 --> 00:55:32,038 I don't want any, but they insist. Where is the tea? 611 00:55:32,121 --> 00:55:34,373 We're in a hurry. Where is it? 612 00:55:34,457 --> 00:55:37,835 - I know I'm beautiful. - Too beautiful. 613 00:55:37,918 --> 00:55:41,630 What do you want me to say? What can I say? 614 00:55:44,091 --> 00:55:47,345 No, no! I can't explain. 615 00:55:47,428 --> 00:55:50,222 I have nothing to say. What is this? 616 00:55:50,306 --> 00:55:55,061 - Did you write this book? - Not me. He did. 617 00:55:55,144 --> 00:55:59,648 Neither he nor I. But he will dedicate it. 618 00:56:01,108 --> 00:56:02,735 Follow me. 619 00:56:04,820 --> 00:56:08,240 Sir, what are you looking at? Shall we continue? 620 00:56:08,324 --> 00:56:11,452 What do I see? Nothing for the moment. 621 00:56:12,286 --> 00:56:14,538 Some people are obviously waiting for something. 622 00:56:14,622 --> 00:56:17,041 Let's proceed with caution. 623 00:56:17,124 --> 00:56:22,213 - These madmen could eat us. - They liked your hair. 624 00:56:22,296 --> 00:56:26,634 Of course. I'm a writer. Good writers always have beautiful hair. 625 00:56:27,301 --> 00:56:31,430 - Be more careful and quiet now. - I'm following you. 626 00:56:31,514 --> 00:56:36,435 - Close the doors quickly. - The doors are closed. 627 00:56:38,813 --> 00:56:44,235 When I was last received here at the Winter Palace, 628 00:56:44,318 --> 00:56:48,948 it was being renovated after the terrible fire. 629 00:56:50,825 --> 00:56:53,411 The parquet doesn't creak. 630 00:57:02,753 --> 00:57:08,092 - The ambassador of Persia! - Excuse us for being late. 631 00:57:08,175 --> 00:57:10,136 Let's go, let's go. 632 00:57:13,347 --> 00:57:16,934 The ambassador of His Highness the Shah. 633 00:57:17,017 --> 00:57:18,644 Excuse us. Excuse us. 634 00:57:18,727 --> 00:57:20,521 Excuse us. Excuse us. 635 00:57:20,604 --> 00:57:24,358 Prince Khozrow Mirza, 636 00:57:24,442 --> 00:57:27,278 son of the future shah, with his entourage. 637 00:57:27,361 --> 00:57:30,823 - Do you know what is happening? - No. 638 00:57:34,285 --> 00:57:38,289 We're watching Nicholas I 639 00:57:38,372 --> 00:57:42,168 as he receives an apology from the Persian emissaries 640 00:57:42,251 --> 00:57:45,880 regarding the murder of Russian diplomats. 641 00:57:45,963 --> 00:57:47,631 Griboedov was one, I think. 642 00:57:47,715 --> 00:57:49,216 Excuse us. 643 00:57:49,300 --> 00:57:51,302 How interesting. 644 00:57:52,803 --> 00:57:54,972 Are you able to see? 645 00:57:55,055 --> 00:57:57,141 What uniforms. 646 00:57:59,143 --> 00:58:01,479 Luxury. Empire. 647 00:58:02,480 --> 00:58:04,607 Power. 648 00:58:05,274 --> 00:58:07,860 Look over there. Up ahead. 649 00:58:07,943 --> 00:58:10,029 Get up on your tiptoes. 650 00:58:11,238 --> 00:58:12,907 Can you see? 651 00:58:13,282 --> 00:58:16,827 Yes, I see now. 652 00:58:16,911 --> 00:58:20,831 One must not trust this world. You are right. 653 00:58:30,299 --> 00:58:32,218 Beware. 654 00:58:32,301 --> 00:58:35,554 Court officials are cunning. 655 00:58:35,638 --> 00:58:38,349 Some of them are mediums. 656 00:58:38,432 --> 00:58:41,185 They can sense your presence. 657 00:58:41,268 --> 00:58:45,356 Thank you for your advice. We Geminis are curious by nature. 658 00:58:45,439 --> 00:58:49,860 I'll go ahead. Maybe I'll meet some of my old acquaintances. 659 00:58:49,944 --> 00:58:51,904 Good luck. I'll find you later. 660 00:59:48,252 --> 00:59:49,920 He's so young. 661 01:00:02,891 --> 01:00:05,477 “Mighty Sovereign Emperor, 662 01:00:05,561 --> 01:00:10,441 the peaceful nature of Persia and the sacred union that exists 663 01:00:10,524 --> 01:00:13,902 among His Majesty and the shah both were upset by evil. 664 01:00:14,862 --> 01:00:17,531 Under the influence of this power, a frenzied Tehran crowd 665 01:00:17,615 --> 01:00:20,117 committed unheard of acts of evil. 666 01:00:20,200 --> 01:00:23,078 The resulting victim was the Russian mission. 667 01:00:23,537 --> 01:00:27,333 The honest heart of Fath 'Ali Shah 668 01:00:27,416 --> 01:00:29,668 was horrified by the idea that a handful of wrongdoers 669 01:00:29,752 --> 01:00:32,212 might destroy our peace and union. 670 01:00:32,713 --> 01:00:36,300 His Majesty the Shah has sent me, his grandson, 671 01:00:36,383 --> 01:00:43,849 to request that you, Sovereign, erase from memory this event. 672 01:00:44,475 --> 01:00:48,729 Let the world know that, despite this terrible event, 673 01:00:48,812 --> 01:00:51,815 two wise monarchs, with their infinite wisdom, 674 01:00:51,899 --> 01:00:55,027 speak openly and vanquish all suspicion. 675 01:00:55,110 --> 01:00:58,489 With the greatest joy, I stand before you, 676 01:00:58,572 --> 01:01:01,825 Your Imperial Majesty. 677 01:01:01,909 --> 01:01:05,037 I carry out my grandfather's will - 678 01:01:05,120 --> 01:01:11,210 that we strengthen peace between our two peoples.” 679 01:01:33,315 --> 01:01:36,360 “His Imperial Majesty 680 01:01:36,443 --> 01:01:39,905 commands me to assure Your Excellence 681 01:01:39,988 --> 01:01:46,036 of his pleasure at hearing your explanation, 682 01:01:46,120 --> 01:01:52,960 as well as the righteous plea of your sovereign.” 683 01:02:46,180 --> 01:02:48,140 I've been observing you. 684 01:02:48,223 --> 01:02:50,100 Who let you in here? 685 01:02:50,768 --> 01:02:53,187 - You have no business here. - No business at all. 686 01:02:54,021 --> 01:02:58,025 Then you must leave at once. 687 01:02:58,358 --> 01:03:00,527 Off you go, sir. Away. 688 01:03:01,570 --> 01:03:04,531 - I had no intention of staying. - Away. 689 01:03:04,615 --> 01:03:08,285 This ceremony will continue for a few more hours still. 690 01:03:12,080 --> 01:03:14,458 As a former diplomat, I'm aware of that. 691 01:03:14,541 --> 01:03:18,295 A terrible boredom will set in. 692 01:03:18,378 --> 01:03:20,005 A terrible boredom. 693 01:03:20,464 --> 01:03:21,924 Leave me alone. 694 01:03:23,217 --> 01:03:25,677 - And what is that? - What did you say? 695 01:03:33,393 --> 01:03:37,815 I adore luxury and regal splendor. 696 01:03:37,898 --> 01:03:44,071 Stasov wasn't a bad architect. 697 01:03:44,154 --> 01:03:49,368 He loved discipline, but left space for breathing. 698 01:03:53,622 --> 01:03:55,666 We cannot stay here. 699 01:03:55,749 --> 01:03:58,502 The ceremony will finish. Then they will all come in. 700 01:03:58,585 --> 01:04:00,212 My God. 701 01:04:03,006 --> 01:04:07,010 This is Sévres porcelain. 702 01:04:07,094 --> 01:04:08,762 My weakness. 703 01:04:08,846 --> 01:04:11,223 - Beautiful. - Yes, yes. 704 01:04:13,141 --> 01:04:15,769 - It's inimitable. - Beautiful. 705 01:04:15,853 --> 01:04:22,109 This is the Cameo Service, isn't it? 706 01:04:22,192 --> 01:04:23,652 Yes, it is. 707 01:04:29,116 --> 01:04:30,909 Not so close, please. 708 01:04:40,043 --> 01:04:42,713 What gold. 709 01:04:42,796 --> 01:04:47,134 Sir, it's awkward setting the table with you here. 710 01:04:49,219 --> 01:04:52,222 You can admire it later when you are seated. 711 01:04:52,306 --> 01:04:53,932 What pure tones. 712 01:04:54,016 --> 01:04:59,354 The blue and gold are enchanting. 713 01:04:59,730 --> 01:05:03,233 And the wine sediment color. 714 01:05:03,317 --> 01:05:07,446 Always such marvelous cooks here in the Winter Palace. 715 01:05:07,529 --> 01:05:10,282 Do you recall the taste of food? 716 01:05:10,365 --> 01:05:12,117 No, I have forgotten. 717 01:05:12,200 --> 01:05:13,744 You've forgotten. 718 01:05:13,827 --> 01:05:17,331 Visit the other salons while waiting for the dinner bell. 719 01:05:17,414 --> 01:05:20,125 - That blue. - Please, sir. 720 01:05:20,208 --> 01:05:21,585 I beg you. 721 01:05:21,668 --> 01:05:23,670 There's dancing. Come on. 722 01:05:23,754 --> 01:05:25,547 I beg you. Please. 723 01:05:26,173 --> 01:05:28,008 We beg you. Please. 724 01:05:35,349 --> 01:05:37,684 We're getting out. We're getting out. 725 01:05:37,768 --> 01:05:39,978 They chased us out. 726 01:05:42,856 --> 01:05:44,524 It's so dark here. 727 01:05:50,781 --> 01:05:52,532 Heavens. 728 01:05:53,200 --> 01:05:57,245 I see you have never seen a czar. 729 01:05:57,454 --> 01:06:03,961 Nor emperors, nor grand princes in all their magnificence. 730 01:06:04,544 --> 01:06:07,297 Monarchy is not eternal. 731 01:06:07,381 --> 01:06:10,133 You think I don't know that? 732 01:06:10,217 --> 01:06:13,136 Don't I have the right to dream a little? 733 01:06:14,388 --> 01:06:16,556 We are free, you and I. Dream away. 734 01:06:17,099 --> 01:06:19,434 There's someone here. Do you hear voices? 735 01:06:29,903 --> 01:06:32,572 Sir, don't you hear them? 736 01:06:33,073 --> 01:06:36,076 No, I don't hear anything. 737 01:06:41,081 --> 01:06:44,334 Look. Someone is moving there. 738 01:06:44,418 --> 01:06:46,211 Where? 739 01:06:47,421 --> 01:06:48,880 Where? 740 01:06:51,842 --> 01:06:57,431 Mr. Orbeli, I don't understand. What has upset you so? 741 01:06:58,265 --> 01:07:03,687 You and my father know that no insects can harm this throne. 742 01:07:03,770 --> 01:07:06,523 - It's made of silver and treated oak. - It's not the throne. 743 01:07:06,606 --> 01:07:09,443 I'm very worried. 744 01:07:09,526 --> 01:07:13,405 Look at that velour from Lyon. It's completely worn out. 745 01:07:13,488 --> 01:07:17,117 - We'll restore it. Be patient. - You don't have the time. 746 01:07:17,200 --> 01:07:20,162 You're right, Boris. We don't have time at all. 747 01:07:22,205 --> 01:07:24,541 You won't ever see him again. 748 01:07:25,500 --> 01:07:27,169 Speak. 749 01:07:28,128 --> 01:07:29,838 He's your son. 750 01:07:32,049 --> 01:07:37,095 What difficulty are they having? They seem uncomfortable. 751 01:07:37,971 --> 01:07:39,806 What do you expect? 752 01:07:40,515 --> 01:07:43,143 You descend from the heavens 753 01:07:43,226 --> 01:07:45,937 and no longer know how to behave yourself. 754 01:07:47,481 --> 01:07:50,567 Your son is the director of the Hermitage. 755 01:07:50,650 --> 01:07:52,569 Like you and I before him. 756 01:07:52,652 --> 01:07:55,072 The wars ahead - terrible wars. 757 01:07:55,155 --> 01:07:58,742 But we managed to preserve all this through the catastrophes. 758 01:07:58,825 --> 01:08:03,080 I can't hear anymore. Can you hear? 759 01:08:03,163 --> 01:08:07,084 I can hear, but not very clearly. 760 01:08:07,167 --> 01:08:09,920 What are they saying? 761 01:08:10,003 --> 01:08:12,339 The elder Piotrovsky is asking 762 01:08:13,340 --> 01:08:17,427 whether the director's telephone is still under surveillance. 763 01:08:17,511 --> 01:08:20,388 His son says, “Forget about that. 764 01:08:21,098 --> 01:08:26,019 I'd rather talk to you about the Hermitage cats. 765 01:08:26,103 --> 01:08:28,522 The cats are still here.” 766 01:08:32,275 --> 01:08:35,278 There are so many people that I wasn't able to help. 767 01:08:35,362 --> 01:08:37,030 Ten years have passed. 768 01:08:37,531 --> 01:08:39,491 You know what I'm referring to. 769 01:08:40,367 --> 01:08:43,120 But everyone speaks well of you. 770 01:08:43,203 --> 01:08:46,456 Your books are still in print. Those of Mr. Orbeli too. 771 01:08:46,540 --> 01:08:48,625 That's particularly admirable. 772 01:08:48,708 --> 01:08:52,295 The dead weep with joy when their books are reprinted. 773 01:08:52,379 --> 01:08:56,216 Especially 37 years later, Mikhail. 774 01:08:56,299 --> 01:08:58,718 Is something still troubling you? 775 01:08:59,761 --> 01:09:01,513 Is it the authorities? 776 01:09:02,973 --> 01:09:05,642 They want acorns without oak trees. 777 01:09:05,725 --> 01:09:09,479 They are not interested in knowing how to nurture the tree of culture. 778 01:09:09,563 --> 01:09:12,399 But it will be their doom if the tree falls. 779 01:09:12,482 --> 01:09:15,569 Then there will be nothing left. Can't they understand that? 780 01:09:15,652 --> 01:09:17,821 Mr. Orbeli, what awaits us? 781 01:09:22,784 --> 01:09:25,370 - I'm coming. - Speak! 782 01:09:25,912 --> 01:09:29,249 - Listen, Mikhail. - Let him go. 783 01:09:29,332 --> 01:09:31,001 You're completely alone. 784 01:09:36,423 --> 01:09:42,012 They won't tell him anything. I know. Ask me. 785 01:09:42,095 --> 01:09:43,847 I am asking you. 786 01:09:43,930 --> 01:09:47,142 I know. Everyone can see the future, 787 01:09:48,768 --> 01:09:51,563 but no one remembers the past. 788 01:09:52,606 --> 01:09:57,444 Look how handsome they are. Such fine young men! 789 01:09:57,527 --> 01:10:03,033 Beautiful uniforms, even if I don't like the military. 790 01:10:05,869 --> 01:10:07,871 You didn't answer my question. 791 01:10:16,963 --> 01:10:20,634 You don't know. You don't know anything. 792 01:10:33,647 --> 01:10:37,150 Sir. Wait. Wait. 793 01:10:37,692 --> 01:10:39,361 He doesn't hear me. 794 01:10:40,487 --> 01:10:42,364 I must apologize. 795 01:10:43,990 --> 01:10:46,618 They were talking about all sorts of things. 796 01:10:46,701 --> 01:10:49,871 I could hardly hear them. 797 01:10:50,372 --> 01:10:54,376 I made it all up - about Orbeli. About Piotrovsky too. 798 01:10:55,168 --> 01:10:58,964 - Only God can judge you. - I made it all up. 799 01:10:59,047 --> 01:11:02,342 We are free, you and I. You said it yourself. 800 01:11:07,722 --> 01:11:09,599 Please, don't run. 801 01:11:11,351 --> 01:11:16,022 Run. I can't keep up with you. 802 01:11:18,024 --> 01:11:19,693 Little birds. 803 01:11:25,865 --> 01:11:27,909 Children. 804 01:11:28,785 --> 01:11:31,162 Anastasia, where are you going? 805 01:11:34,124 --> 01:11:36,376 They are 806 01:11:36,459 --> 01:11:38,295 so light. 807 01:11:39,212 --> 01:11:41,548 You're always watching me. 808 01:11:46,720 --> 01:11:49,848 - I have a bad feeling. - Don't be alarmed. 809 01:11:50,640 --> 01:11:54,060 Pray. And I shall pray for you. 810 01:11:54,144 --> 01:11:55,812 Did you hear that? 811 01:11:59,232 --> 01:12:01,484 Did you hear shots? 812 01:12:01,568 --> 01:12:04,612 Calm down. God is with you. 813 01:12:07,574 --> 01:12:11,578 I think someone is following us. 814 01:12:11,911 --> 01:12:14,080 Calm yourself, Alexandra. 815 01:12:14,164 --> 01:12:17,334 - If only Alexis could run. - Calm yourself. 816 01:12:17,417 --> 01:12:20,837 Doctors are good for nothing. There is no hope. 817 01:12:22,130 --> 01:12:23,840 It's my fault. 818 01:12:24,257 --> 01:12:25,967 Children. 819 01:12:26,593 --> 01:12:30,305 - Children, behave yourselves. - Sorry, excuse us. 820 01:12:31,514 --> 01:12:33,683 Come here, Anastasia. 821 01:12:33,767 --> 01:12:37,520 Where were you? I looked for you all morning. 822 01:12:37,604 --> 01:12:40,648 - We were playing. - Let's go. 823 01:12:43,526 --> 01:12:45,487 Where is Alexis? 824 01:12:57,290 --> 01:13:00,710 - Thank you. I can manage. - Of course. 825 01:13:00,794 --> 01:13:03,922 - Are you in pain? - I'm fine, Mother. 826 01:13:04,005 --> 01:13:05,715 Move your chair forward. 827 01:13:05,799 --> 01:13:07,634 You're very strong. 828 01:13:10,970 --> 01:13:13,681 You're late for tea. 829 01:13:14,391 --> 01:13:17,102 - What? - Forgive me, please. 830 01:13:19,687 --> 01:13:21,981 Shall we forgive her? What do you think? 831 01:13:22,065 --> 01:13:24,067 Anastasia won't do it again. 832 01:13:24,651 --> 01:13:27,445 See, it's all over. 833 01:13:30,990 --> 01:13:32,617 Good-bye. 834 01:13:39,666 --> 01:13:42,210 Why are these doors open? 835 01:13:44,546 --> 01:13:46,840 Fly away, fly away- 836 01:13:46,923 --> 01:13:49,467 Fly away, my little angels. 837 01:14:10,238 --> 01:14:13,283 And here's their cage. 838 01:14:16,035 --> 01:14:18,455 They're all here, of course. 839 01:14:18,538 --> 01:14:23,042 There haven't been so many guests for a long time. 840 01:14:23,126 --> 01:14:24,586 Good evening. 841 01:14:32,594 --> 01:14:36,514 Look at that strange fellow. 842 01:14:54,449 --> 01:14:56,159 But... 843 01:14:58,328 --> 01:15:01,414 where has my European gone to? 844 01:15:04,626 --> 01:15:06,085 Where is he? 845 01:15:26,689 --> 01:15:28,399 There he is. 846 01:15:32,362 --> 01:15:34,155 He doesn't see me. 847 01:15:35,990 --> 01:15:37,825 I should go up to him. 848 01:15:40,161 --> 01:15:41,913 Otherwise he will be offended. 849 01:16:06,145 --> 01:16:09,148 Sir! He can't hear me. 850 01:16:10,066 --> 01:16:12,402 But I'll see him later. 851 01:16:36,426 --> 01:16:40,138 Wouldn't it be nice to jump about like that? 852 01:16:53,860 --> 01:16:55,111 You know, 853 01:16:55,194 --> 01:16:59,782 Aristarkh Konstantinovich is being sent to Africa. 854 01:17:05,371 --> 01:17:10,793 What a tiger. He could eat anyone. 855 01:17:50,750 --> 01:17:53,753 Your mother has trained the servants well. 856 01:18:02,303 --> 01:18:06,891 You're doing very well. The thing about the mazurka is - 857 01:19:47,200 --> 01:19:49,160 We had an agreement. 858 01:20:01,047 --> 01:20:02,840 More! More! 859 01:21:40,396 --> 01:21:44,984 The Great Nicholas Hall is ideal for dancing. 860 01:21:55,328 --> 01:21:56,954 Thank you. 861 01:21:57,496 --> 01:22:01,792 St. Petersburg has the best balls in Europe. 862 01:22:01,876 --> 01:22:07,381 Everyone is so easygoing. Like one big family. 863 01:22:12,094 --> 01:22:15,181 There must be over 3,000 people. 864 01:22:16,891 --> 01:22:18,351 Maybe less. 865 01:22:32,365 --> 01:22:34,617 I've forgotten everything! 866 01:22:34,700 --> 01:22:37,662 I dance so poorly. I've forgotten everything! 867 01:22:45,044 --> 01:22:49,131 But it's all coming back to me. 868 01:22:51,092 --> 01:22:53,803 Good. Very good. 869 01:23:00,101 --> 01:23:02,311 How beautiful. 870 01:24:48,250 --> 01:24:50,461 Thank you. Thank you. 871 01:25:04,683 --> 01:25:06,435 More! More! 872 01:25:25,412 --> 01:25:29,125 Where were you? I lost you. 873 01:25:29,208 --> 01:25:31,293 I'm here. Here I am. 874 01:25:33,796 --> 01:25:35,631 I lost you. 875 01:25:40,719 --> 01:25:42,346 Lost you. 876 01:25:43,305 --> 01:25:44,974 I'm sad. 877 01:25:56,485 --> 01:25:58,988 - Let's go. - Where to? 878 01:25:59,155 --> 01:26:00,990 Where to? Forward. 879 01:26:04,285 --> 01:26:05,744 Forward. 880 01:26:10,082 --> 01:26:11,750 What will we find there? 881 01:26:11,834 --> 01:26:13,711 What's there? I don't know. 882 01:26:14,795 --> 01:26:16,505 I'm staying. 883 01:26:26,473 --> 01:26:28,726 Farewell, Europe. 884 01:26:42,948 --> 01:26:44,617 It's over. 885 01:26:53,042 --> 01:26:55,002 You might say I grew up here. 886 01:26:58,464 --> 01:27:00,216 I'm not quite myself. 887 01:27:02,509 --> 01:27:04,845 As if I were in someone else's house. 888 01:27:30,704 --> 01:27:33,415 Listen up! Look here! 889 01:27:33,499 --> 01:27:37,044 Listen up! Look here! 890 01:27:39,004 --> 01:27:43,425 Poor man, your lady has gone away. 891 01:27:43,509 --> 01:27:48,806 - Flown away like a bird. - Gone. 892 01:27:52,101 --> 01:27:54,478 In a flash. 893 01:28:09,535 --> 01:28:12,621 Look around us. 894 01:28:12,705 --> 01:28:15,374 The flower of Russian officers. 895 01:28:23,716 --> 01:28:27,011 I have an idea. Shall we dine together? 896 01:28:27,553 --> 01:28:28,804 Good. 897 01:28:28,887 --> 01:28:32,391 I'll wait downstairs. Bring up the coach. 898 01:28:32,474 --> 01:28:35,811 Have our coats brought up. And don't lose them. 899 01:28:58,083 --> 01:29:02,129 When we return to Kursk, we must organize a ball. 900 01:29:02,755 --> 01:29:05,299 Perhaps just before Lent. 901 01:29:27,112 --> 01:29:30,783 We should invite your nephew, as well as Vareneka. 902 01:29:30,866 --> 01:29:32,743 Let him see her. 903 01:30:18,497 --> 01:30:19,748 Nathalie! 904 01:30:20,833 --> 01:30:23,293 It feels like we're floating. 905 01:31:26,899 --> 01:31:28,901 Let me pass. 906 01:31:32,488 --> 01:31:33,739 Sir. 907 01:31:35,574 --> 01:31:38,994 Let me pass. Let me pass. 908 01:32:47,062 --> 01:32:49,481 Sir. Sir. 909 01:32:51,650 --> 01:32:54,861 A pity you're not here with me. 910 01:32:57,656 --> 01:32:59,866 You would understand everything. 911 01:33:02,661 --> 01:33:04,246 Look. 912 01:33:05,831 --> 01:33:07,874 The sea is all around. 913 01:33:11,920 --> 01:33:14,631 And we are destined to sail forever, 914 01:33:16,508 --> 01:33:18,927 to live forever. 64944

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