- 'A brother to your own, for better or for worse.'
- I'm Fascist.
— Are you a german?
— Actually my Granddad was killed in the war.
— It happens.
- Keep your hands on the table. That's good... I pull on the trigger, any twitches - and your balls will be fallen down to the floor. Frightened? Were you frightened when you killed Kostya?
- All right, live on, scum. Thank your son. It'd a really sorry to leave that guy without a father. Sit quiet and let your pants dry out.
- What an ugly mug! They've got all kinds of people in Moscow (in ukrainian).
- What does 'how are you' mean?
— It means 'how are you' (как поживаешь).
— Do they really mean it?
— No, they do not.
— Then why do they ask?
— They just ask.
— But they are dead serious
— when it comes to money.
- Think less, use your brains.
— You're not in Russia anymore.
- Come along then, young fellows.
— Don't pay attention
— to the exterior.
— It's got an engine
— that goes like my Sonya!
— It could take you to Kiev.
— Will it make it to Chicago?
— Even to San Francisco and back!
— We Russians don't rip off
— one another.
- American dream would take you.
— You're wrong. I love my Homeland.
— A patriot! The Russian ldea!Dostoyevsky! The Homeland! Where's your homeland, son? Gorbachov sold it out to the Americans to have some party.Your homeland screwed up two wars and the Crimea.Sold out Russians in the Baltics
and the Serbs.Your homeland is wherever your backside is warm! You know it. That's why you are here.
— Have you got a brother in Moscow?
- Come home with us.
— It's OK there.
— And what will I do there?
— What are you doing here?
— I like it here. America is the world's driving power!
— What is its power, brother?
— It's the money, brother.
— Money rules the world. Whoever
— has the most is the strongest.
— Suppose, you've got a lot of money.
— What would you do?
— I'd buy everyone.
— Even me?
- So just tell me, American, what's the power is? Is it really money? That's what my brother says.
— Well, you got lots of money, so what? I think the power is in the truth, Whoever is right is strong. Say, you've screwed someone out of money, made money of that - Did it make you stronger?? No, it did not. Because there is no truth on you! And the guy who got screwed is right.. That means he's stronger, right?
- Give up, Russian!
— Russians never give up!
- Are you gangsters?
— No, we are Russians.
- A Russian. Doesn't speak English.
— He's armed.
- I discovered that I've got
— Relatives, and they're my lot.
— They are woods that are so dear
— Fields of corn and every ear
- Boy, you don't understand.
— Bring us some vodka.
— We're going home.