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star media presents oh, god! you should have been in school long ago! – it’s time for you to go to the university!– this is none of your business! if you can’t cope with the kids then leave! who can’t cope with the kids? i’m sorry, yelena vasilyevna, but i’m a nanny and not a survival school trainer! masha, how are youdressed? didn’t i tell you

that one can’t mix morethan three colors in a dress? – who dressed you?– nanny did! angelina, i’ll need you whenyou come back from the institute. god, i’m still here! i’ll go mad here! yelena vasilyevna, i’m tired!they are torturing me! it’s your job! we caught you! god, how tired i am of you! do you know what people dowith horses when they get tired?

the weather is beautiful today. i’ll do everything.i’m satisfied with everything. the people around me love me.everything is fine. my life is a success. what is going on? the housekeeper ilya glinnikov alika smekhova konstantin milovanov

polina vorobyova, sergeyveksler, valeriya gulyaeva pavel bessonov mikhail tarabukin damn it. idea by nina belenitskayaand andrei zakharyev created by vyacheslavdurnenkov and maria zelinskaya directed by roman barabash director of photography– alexander sedov sofochka. sofa!

art director – alexander zaslavskiy sofochka! music by oles korovnichenko executive producers- yuriy minzyanov and vlad ryashin sofa! sofa! come to me.sofa, come to me. hey, give my dog back. you should say “hello”first. and “thank you” next. sofa, come here. you’re sophia, aren’t you?nice to meet you, i’m alexei.

you may call me simply lesha.sonya, what is your owner’s name? give the dog back. she chose me herself. am iright? am i right, sonechka? how much do you want? you like commerce, don’t you?then just kiss me. kiss you? did you seeyourself in the mirror? brat. is it that bad? thank you. hold her.

– hi.– hello. look, did you do the homework? i didn’t. i’ve been watching footballall the night through. zhenya, you always know everything.tell me, who is that novice? that one? that is angelina.she came from some london school. something didn’t work out there. i’m not surprised. she is aclassic bitch. we should show her. half of the year is like can’t change everybody. i wasn’t talking about everybody.

that’s it, masha. stop it!children, stop. masha, don’t do it! masha, that’s enough! vanya!stop! masha, vanya, stop! it’s time for you to go to school.stop! i’m tired. that’s it. bring your children up yourself. children, good bye. shoot here. don’t let the dog stand on thefloor. her paws will get dirty. look, the novice is here. can’t you see that she is thirsty? guys, why are you looking at me?go and bring a bowl with water.

can i help you? – you again?– sonya, honey, i’m glad to see you too. come on, let’s drink some water. you’re crazy, aren’t you? only in your presence. otherwisei’m the pride of this year. i thought you were a local clown. – how much do i owe you for the water?– the price consists of 11 numbers. i don’t get it. it’s your phone number.

take my rucksack. where are you going? sophochka… guy, you… why are you shooting? get off. guy, stand up. hey, stand up. guy, are you alive? guys, what’s the matter with him?he must be taken to a hospital. step side. what did they do to you? i told you that girlswon’t bring you any good.

take him by his hands andlegs and get him in the car. come on, help them. move it. sophochka. sofa. close the door. but… – i told you to close the door.– what about me? you’re staying here. you. sonya. what? what did you say? what? where am i? whathas happened to me? what is my name?

i think your name is lesha.look, alexei, i didn’t want to run your down. i didn’t, honestly. save your explanationsfor the authorities. for what authorities? for law-enforcement authorities,of course. don’t you understand? you’ll have huge problems now. how much? how much do you want? do you measure everything withmoney? what if i lose capability? what if my state is serious?

i can feel that myhand doesn’t work right. so? what do i do now? i don’t know but wecan’t go to the hospital. you’ll have to tell everything there.and you’ll end up in prison. we can’t go to my place, foryou’ll have to explain everything there too, and you’ll get inprison. there is only one option. let’s go to your place. am i right, sonechka? sonechkadoesn’t want to go to prison. it’s damp and cold there.

how are you driving?how are you driving? mum, i don’t know. he issome clown from the institute. – i run him over.– look, how were you driving? i don’t know how ithappened, i really don’t. what do you know? youlive without any problems. your dad has spoilt you. when i was your age i gave birth to you. all right, this is not the best example. mum, why talk aboutthis? you better help me.

can’t you see, this is a problem. why did you bring him hereat all? if he were some mouse, or a kitten, or a puppy… i don’t know. what did i have to do? all right. all right.i’ll sort it out now. your name? lesha. alexei. lesha, alexei, how much? years?

look. i feel unwell. let’splay questions and answers. how much money do youneed to forget this story? – money has nothing to do with it.– what does? i need a permanent job…for at least a year. i may be a guard… or a gardener. a gardener? you’re a gardener now. but let’s forget this story. is that ok? thank you very much. you can’t imaginehow good it is to have permanent job. i don’t want to imagine that.

yes? hello, zhenya? you may congratulate me. – i’m now working at her place.– have you said everything? yes. her dad became a leaderof confectionary business. he is breathing in fishman’s neck now. but there was some hugescandal with the shares. so don’t count on a stable salary.lesha, they are the aistovs. the aistovs?

yes. so tell me whether ishould congratulate you or not. – does your head still hurt?– what? does your head still hurt? you know, i don’t want to work anymore. i consulted with my doctor.we decided that it’s better to write a report. that’s it. look, sonny. agreement ismore valuable than money. if you tell anybody about it,i’ll show you. is that clear? perfectly clear.

– give him the money, mum.– i don’t need your money. he doesn’t need the money.he is the only person in the world who doesn’t need money. what does he want? what does he want? ajob. he needs a job. we’ll give him a job.tomorrow you’ll trim the bushes about the house, gather thefallen leaves and dig up the earth around the roses. if you are goodand do all the work to the end you’ll have a chance to admire the ballthrough the palace window.

you’re a poet. – mum?– yes? i’ll be home late.i have problems. come on. she has problems. i have problems, he has problems, everybody has problems. where is a person who mustsort all these problems out? many people think thatit’s absolutely impossible to do business honestly.i have grounds to disagree. let’s talk on these groundsafter a short advertising break. stay tuned.

attention, one minute before coming on air. guys, has tikhonov come? he failed to come from london. we’re trying to set upconnection through skype. what’s the matter withtikhonov? can’t he really come? thank you. thanks. i can’tbe sure, but we’re trying to get to now. we’re getting to know. good luck. it’s a pity that igorvalentinovitch is absent. i’d ask him a few personal questions.

mr. aistov, i’d like toremind you that today’s program is dedicated to charity andthe large businesses’ assistance to our compatriots. i understand everything.but mr. tikhonov’s deeds only help himself. the interests of national confectionaryindustry are not one of his priorities, unfortunately. attention. ten seconds to coming on air. respected tv-audience, let meremind you that we’re on air. we managed to set upvirtual communication

with the second guest ofour program. unfortunately he failed to come to the studiobecause of stewardesses’ strike but he will talk tous right from london. igor valentinovitch, goodevening. do you hear me? i can not only hear but see you well. good evening, dear audience. igor valentinovitch, the scandalabound the sale of the shares won’t calm fact, it’s escalating. you can state your positionnow taking into account that

your war with aistov’s empireis the hottest piece of news. i wasn’t the one to start this war. let’s make a tv-ring.aistov versus tikhonov. with pleasure. but only if yougive me real boxers’ mittens. i’m a large-scale businessman.i don’t fight with paupers. let’s start answering ourtv-viewers calls, then. you don’t look too well. stop it. lena, i understand thatyou have a creative crisis.

but you shall brace yourself somehow. you might infect lina with your depression.this is a bad example. is coming home in themorning and making me solve all the problems here a good example? yelena, don’t make me laugh.what problems do you have? did you nail break?or was somebody dressed in the same dress asyou at the fashion show? i think you never talkedlike this with your ex. i have a child from her, bythe way. and don’t forget —

she is not worse than your children. my children? they are ourchildren, aistov. and you owe… i don’t owe you anything, have everything… even more. i came to tell that you ourdaughter ran a boy over yesterday. lena… what are you saying? she ran him over, brought him hereand made me solve this problem. what did you do? i? i hired him as agardener to make him shut up. so he is alive, isn’t he?

like lenin. he is very lively. we don’t need any talks now. am i right? dear friends, the evaluationof the competition works of the students of our institutewill start in a few minutes. please sit down. hello, where are you? will you come? katya, don’t worry, i’mcoming. the jams are terrible. maybe i’ll be a bit late. all right. then comeright up to the big hall.

the main thing is not to worry. everything will be fine. i kiss you. having analyzed the worksthe competition committee came to the conclusionthat they were done on a high, professional level.that confirms the quality of preparation of ourinstitute’s students. as a result, a number ofconstruction companies got interested in our students’ works. that’swhy the terms of awarding the competitors were changed this year.

the authors of three bestprojects will have a chance to realize them. i wish i had a magic wand,a golden fish and a genie in a bottle. it’s all right. i think you’ll win. so… what do you want to say? nothing. i have nothingto do with it, katya. the jury of our competitionchose three best projects. in nomination “civilianconstruction” artem shevchenko won.

in the nomination“industrial construction” the winner is… sergey lavrov. in the nomination “landscapedesign” the winner is… ekaterina martynova. say a few words. i named my project “nadezhda”in honor of my mother. i hope she’ll be proud ofme. i hope that my project will let the owner of thehouse look into the future with hope. thank you.

i don’t understand. thetime of the dinner was known a week before. the guests are practicallyon the threshold. what is going on?where is roman? i don’t know. roman alexeyevitchsaid that he was coming. – where is viktor?– i’m here. viktor, what is going on? the guests will arrive in an hour, but nothing is ready. you lost control overthe servants completely. let me specify, madam —i’m not a housekeeper, i’m the assistant ofnicolay konstantinovitch.

the problems of table-layingare outside of my competence. is the enormous salary that my husbandpays you within your competence? viktor, you must eitherfind roman or lay the table yourself. all right. move it, move it. yelena vasilyevna, thedishes are all from seafood. only roman alexeyevitchknew how to lay it properly. – what is it for?– i don’t know. – what is this? what is this?– i don’t know.

this is a lobster fork. what? do you have problemswith laying the table? yes, we do. let me do it. it’svery simple. here we go. a plate for the main course,a plate for the desert. a fork and a spoon. a knifefor the dessert… of course. the glasses… for wine and champagne. – how many people are we having?– twelve.

twelve. for the escargot.and this is for the sauce. the last stroke. here we go. wow. did you work in a restaurant before? you may say so. alexei, i have a question…do you know the wines too? – show them to me.– are you serious? of course i am. why not? let’s go. repeat his actionsand lay the entire table. – move it, move it.– did you remember everything?

bye. flowers belka. well…belka?where are you? i’m here. i’m coming. well? how did it go? well… i didn’t expect it myself.i got a great job. a real construction companywill finance my project. it’s all written here. my congratulations. nowyou’ll leave our shop for sure.

no. i’ll only work on vacations.the building is not even ready yet. i envy you, katya. i told you to enterthe institute, didn’t i? i wish i could marry.i want to marry an oligarch. or a small, bald, dumband deaf sea captain. how will you study now? i’ll study when i’mfree from grass-mowing. i have great prospects,though. i’ll become a courier… like now, when i have to getflowers for the dinner table.

don’t overwork. it’s very good to be a courier, zhenya. they send you whereverthey want, and you go without thinking aboutanything. it’s cool. we need to talk. good morning to you,daughter. how did you sleep? dad, i have no time. i’mlate for the institute. how are your studies, by the way?have you gotten used to it? dad, what did you takeme from london for?

local guys are all fools. i want you to study and to workhere, in your native country. me? work? dad, are youaffairs really that bad? is that what you wantedto talk to me about? dad, i want to go backto london. immediately. lina, i need to answera call, don’t you see? you never have time for mum and me. i’ll call you back. lina, i heardyou. i called your institute. they said that you study asbadly as you did in england.

therefore i decided tothrow you a life-buoy. thank you. will you talk to the dean? no. i blocked your credit card. nothing stimulates businessactivity better than lack of money. go, otherwise you’ll be late. a man, a muscovite, 34 yearsold, dark hair, hazel eyes, who has neither debts,nor alimony nor loans is looking for a beautiful,charismatic and… thin girl. how can one tolerate it?what do plump girls do?

look, this one is foryou. a lonely old man doesn’t smoke, doesn’tdrink and sleeps on his side. i’ll bite you. look, lesha, i’m sorry but..your angelina seems to be a no-gooder who livesat her father’s expense. you are jealous. oh, stop it. i like adifferent kind of girls. a bit cleverer, a bit morebeautiful, a bit older and… i remember. i remember your “and”.

stop it. will you be reminding meof that to the end of my life? how can one marry? who is writing theseannouncements, katya? what is ysngp? hello. ysng means a young, shy, niceguy. he is right before you. is that you? no, of course not. it’shim. look attentively. he is a young male, a brutal casanova.catch him and hold him right now. well, i don’t know…

what is there to wait for?you shall act here and now, for tomorrow may never come. by the way, he doesn’t like thin girls. – is that true?– present yourself. he is yevgeniy. yevgeniy. nice to meet you. belka. yevgeniy is a your record book. zhenya, be careful. i can see well, thank you. cool.

the institute ofinternational relations. i’m afraid we won’tbe able to help here. yevgeniy is an old bachelorwho knows no words of love. they have found each other. stop fooling around. what do you want? i want to find love to the rest of my life.i came to get a great bouquet. then let’s go there. come in. i have 35 bouquets,two boxes of dutch roses and two boxes of greenery. ifyou want some exclusive flowers

we may call the netherlands andthey’ll contact the suppliers. no. i need the flowers here andnow. and you’re dragging it out. yes, i am. they needtime to get acquainted. it’s very hard to finda decent guy nowadays. girl, you’re flirting withme. let’s get acquainted first. my name is alexei. simply lesha for you. my name is ekaterina. simply kath for you. katya. i think all myprevious life was in vain. i see. to tell you thetruth, your bouquet is there.

belka is bella. my grannycalled me so in honor of her great-grandmother. buti don’t like the name “bella”. it’s too official. bella. belka is more lively, isn’t it? my name is yevgeniy, by the way. i know. girl, i tell you for the hundredth time —i need to unblock my credit card. the only person who may… this situation is not standard, lady.

lena’s dinners are always so rich.what a pity that i’m on a diet. everybody is on adiet here, dear ladies. those who want to eat and not gain weightshould place a diamond in the mouth. – it satisfies hunger.– how interesting. i also advise you to grind halfa gram of gold into a powder, add it to a pinch of flour and swallow. gold will be dissolving inyour stomach for two months cleansing it. you’llshine from within, ladies. look, how do you like this guy?

you know, the dinnerwouldn’t happen but for him. how can he be so goodat both choosing wines and working in the garden? aistov, you’re so suspicious.maybe he is universal. it can’t be. alexei, i’m sorry. whereis your daughter angelina? the only person who mayunblock the transfer operations on your card is nicolaykonstantinovitch aistov, therefore… very well, daddy.

– let’s drink for the hosts.– for the hosts of this house. do you give out free advice? maybe you will give mesome. i need one terribly. buy an opal. opal is a stone of passion. it kindles the inner light. maybe you’ll give it to meas a present? i have no money. i will when i become the senior gardener. from this moment onthis is a dance evening. i beg your pardon.

caught. bravo. – alexei, see to the children.– as you say, yelena vasylyevna. hi, guys. – are you having fun?– we are. i see. i can seeyou’re having great fun. i thought children are neverbored, especially if there are lots of them together. am iwrong? shall we play something? hide and seek, for example.

are you children or not? who are you? a maid? get out of here. who is it? whose friend ishe? listen to me attentively and pay notice.the one who says anything will get a control shotinto the head. do you get it? i got to know where realtreasures are hidden in this house. the one who finds them first can take it. therefore learn the hints, readattentively and go in search of the treasures. do you get it?

aren’t you joking? is that for real? i’d like to see yourfather. “aren’t you joking? is that for real, bro”? is the treasure somewhere here? yes, in this house. i loveyour i-pods and i-pads. i’ll have to take them awayto make the game honest. and the main thing, my friends… you only have thirtyminutes. let’s start. why so little? am i limitedin time in my own house?

will the girls get the head start? no, the girls won’t get the head start. the rules are honest and even. this is a joke. i can feel it. all right. as you wish. one, two… look, they are playing all together. don’t do it. high spirits is the main treasure.

we shall live in the present, shan’t we? mum, can we stay a bit longer? no. it’s too late, we must go home. just a bit. lena, loan us yourbaby-sitter for a week-end. look what alexei has done with them. i’m seeing that for the first time. i can’t take them awayfrom the computer, and now… it was a real children’s holiday.

this is absolutelyimpossible. i’ve been waiting for him myself andhired him for huge money. really? yes. he is universal. you’re very lucky. good bye. please… he will marry me. did he say so? of course he didn’t.what man can say that?

men are extremely indecisive. but yevgeniy thought so,and i knew it at once. aren’t you hurrying the events up? if you don’t hurry themup you might be late. and stay alone forthe rest of your days. nicolay konstantinovitch,did you call for me? yes, alexei. come in.what is your surname? agafonov. right. something doesn’t add up.

– what do you mean?– i made inquiries about you. you’re the best student of your year. yes, i study well. very good. what can you say aboutthe market volatility? in what sector shall one buy shares? traders use volatility to evaluatechanges on a concrete date. name the date, and i’llgive you an exact answer. what companies are you interestedin? raw materials or energy?

one shall get as much information as possible before buying anything. – the best info comes from inside.– do you mean criminal information? this question isphilosophical. some call it “corporate espionage”. some usea heroic word “reconnaissance”. and you’re working asa gardener, aren’t you? this is for the start. i plan to make abreathtaking career with you. you’re an interesting guy. don’tyou want to tell me the truth? i don’t. what for?

but i know one thingfor sure — i need money. angelina recommended you, didn’t she? she had convincing recommendations. my wife likes you. you’re great with kids,although all nannies run from them. i have an offer to you. will you be our housekeeper?this position is vacant. i don’t want to hire a person from outside. i’m from outside too. if you don’t cope i’ll fire you.

you have five minutesfor thinking it over. i agree. guys. look, who sells diplomaworks in our year? what do you mean? do you need a “c”? i need an “a”. only leshka agafonov.the one whom you ran over. he is going to get a red diploma.

but he doesn’t sell works. we’ll see. so? lena, you should start doing something. may you will care forthe kids? nanny left, a director of their schoolcalled me and complained. she says they are playing truant. i’m not a nanny. i’m an actress. you know that they didn’tgive me the main part.

whom will they shoot? eleonora polonskaya. she has talents. she shakes them in theframe… shaking the sand off. she is not that old, is she? are you saying that to me on purpose? think about one more thing —where to move from here. if tikhonov presses on me,i won’t be able to pay for this house. look, let’s celebrate yourbirthday in a family circle. i don’t want to see all those faces.

stop it, wife. stop it. no,the dinner shall be grandioso… i want people to rememberit. do you understand? i want them to see that theaistovs are still flying high and no one can bring them down. grandioso… even if this dinner is the last. – yes?– lesha, this is me. angel? nice to hear you. you may call me so if you wantto. when shall i come to get you? to get me where?

where you tell me. or…did you change your mind about inviting me to the club? look, let’s meet in the evening.your mum asked me to do something. can you imagine? i got a call from a shooting crew. they offered me an episode. an episode, a part of amaid of the main heroine. i don’t know what to do. if irefuse they won’t call me again. if i agree they’ll saythat i fell too low. did you agree? are you mad? do you see me in tan episode?

they say there are no small parts. only those who neverhad a main part say that. do you know how many mainparts i had? look here. the guys at the tv-studio madethis for me. do you like it? sure. is that you? and you too? aistov doesn’t believe in me. yelena vasilyevna, can you sendthese materials to my e-mail? just in case. i’ll lookthem through when i’m home. i didn’t like you at the beginning.i thought that you were a dowry hunter.

yelena vasilyevna, do youwant to hear the truth? i am indeed a dowry hunter.i hunt for your daughter. and you’re assisting me in that. i knew at once that youhave a good sense of humor. you know, i can feelthat you understand me. let’s stop here. park the car. people from the theatre thinkthat the more vulgar the better. is that right? we shallbring the audience up. people watch absolutetrash. and the cinema.

the cinema is… the actorsshall search for themselves. i’ve found myself. yousee, i’ve found myself. oh, how great. it’s time to go shopping. – hi to everybody.– here are the clothes. hello. calm down. – what is this?– i beg your pardon. what kind of pornography is this? this is the last collection.

girl, this is the lastcollection of pornography. where can one wear this? i know. i’ll go to the theatre in this. the theatre. do you love thetheatre as much as i love it? – stop it, lena.– shall i stop? of course. we’ll take this. we don’t have clothes for the theatre. – we’re buying.– yes. – yelena vasilyevna? we shall go.– what?

– where to?– there. – there.– pack the clothes, please. in a packet with holes. the reeds are rustling… be quiet, please. lesha. i’ve forgottenmy fur coat in the car. this is not important. the main thing isto keep the reeds from rustling. where is everybody? where are they? be careful. a step. anotherstep. be very quiet now.

forget the details. be quiet. i beg you to bequiet, yelena vasilyevna. i feel unwell, lesha. i feel unwell. everybody is not too well nowadays. the reeds were rustling,the trees were bending, the night was dark. right. i feel so bad, lesha. youknow what i wanted to tell you? aistov is slipping away from me. sleep, yelena vasylievna.

i look at him andwonder — who is that man? stop it, yelena vasylyevna.aistov is a good man. he is good, isn’t he? he is. and my small children…they are already pupils. your children are great. yes, the children. and my daughter. she is so big. my daughter. angelina is great.

i know. sleep, lesha. sleep. yes, i’m going to sleep. i’ll repeat one more time —these papers don’t exist. stop panicking. if tikhonov had themhe would have done away with us long ago. yes, of course, victor — myright hand and left too. he is informed of all operations. without it, i'm dead.well, what do you think? i came to you at dawn to saythat the sun has risen. hi. i’m very pleased… especiallytaking into account

that it is evening. look, i have a feeling that i’ve known youfor about ten years. have we met before? no, we haven’t. are you studying? i’m trying to. job takes much of my time. what about belka? i let her go. there she is. wow. a pupil excelledhis teacher. it’s great. their lips will get dry, though.

i kissed for the firsttime only at the third date. what did you want? oh, yes. where do we study? i don’t know about you. i study in the institute of architecture.i want to become a landscape designer. the software is too weak. youshall add some more memory… you’re a future landscapedesigner. very well. when i start buildingmy palace i’ll call you. i hope you won’t startthis week. i have seminars.

i like chatting with you. buti need a bouquet. it should be… not standard and with love. exactly. in a moment. here you go. on the language of flowersit means: “honey, i’m happy”. does your beloved understandthe language of flowers? i doubt it. but i’m surethat i can teach her. all right. i’ll bring you the change.

no, no. take this. this is for you. this is a fiance’s bouquet. very good. it means you’ll get married soon. i can’t see yourhands. i can’t hear you. i’ve never been you like this place? look how cool he is. yes, he is cool. do you have a lighter? i don’t smoke.

cool. let’s dance. shall we go to some other place? sit here alone, then.i’ll have fun on my own. girl. girl, what’s thematter? i love you too. i love this girl. stop it. let go of me. she is so passionate. damn it. what are you doing?look where you’re going. take your hands away. you’re drunk.

who is drunk? am i drunk? yes, i’m drunk. but i’m not as drunk as you. let me drive. we’re both drunk. we can’tdrive in such a state. if the police stop us we’ll have problems. let them stop. if the policemen come i’ll make a police turn. watch me. lesha, hi. you shall work less. i’m tiredof lying about where you are. did you read the last “forbes”?

no. i’ll buy it now. why? look up the letter a. isagafonov alexei in the list? shall i start laughing now? i’m not joking, zheny.i need there very much. you could come with a placard — “we slept”. i think what happened betweenus yesterday is not that vulgar. by the way, i forgot totell you that your father appointed me the housekeeper. take this. congratulations. you’remaking career fast.

take the flowers away, fool.i don’t want the entire institute to wonder where i getgood diploma works. angelina, i just wanted… i told you to hide them.or better throw them away. get off me. we better talk at home. lesha, give this to belka. zhenya, you’re luckier than me now. everything is clear in your life. i talked to your lawyer,nicolay konstantinovitch.

tikhonov refused all ouroffers. he is going to sue you. he has found the documents. vitya, what documents? ithappened a hundred years ago. a hundred years ago?all right. here are the copies. by the way, i got them risking my life. wait. my lawyer said thatthey don’t exist anymore. why do you still trust him? he felt that you’re goingto lose and… i’m very sorry. you’re sorry, aren’t you?why did you keep silence

about the documents? do youunderstand that this is the end? i’ll have to fire all of you. nicolay konstantinovitch, do you knowwhat a farewell bird dance looks like? it looks like this. like this. like this. vitya, are you all right? i’m perfectly all right.i say goodbye to you. tikhonov offered me a job…and an adequate salary. so thank you for all these years. – get out of here.– with pleasure.

get out. and don’t you shout on me. don’t think about anything. itwas a normal working situation. i don’t think at my working place.i do enough of thinking at the institute. my birthday is approaching.i’ll compose the list of guests. do you know who’ll be the first in it? no. tikhonov. of course he won’t come. but i want him to knowthat i’m not afraid of him.

i have an urgent task for you. do you knowa flower boutique in the sadovaya street? of course. we buy flowers there. go to the car salon in thepushkinskaya street. look. look here. take the car anddrive it to the flower shop. and… lesha, i don’t want anybodyto know about this task. yes, of course. this is all. yes, mum. ok. bye. oh, you’re eating. lesha cooked for us.

how great. mum, if lesha is so greatlet him stay with us for good. what do you mean — for good? everybody will feel better then. you, dad and angelina. and we too. right. i’ll think about it. hello? what director? yes. yes, i’m listening.

the cookies are very good.i have never tasted such cookies. i like them too. my dadgot them as a present. who is he? how do i say… don’t tell me if you don’t want to. i believe that one determineswho one is on one’s own, not through his parents. do you really think so? yes. parents are a good foundation.

but one shall buildthe house on his own. describe your home for me. i don’t know. my mum and iwere always renting flats. therefore i don’t know howit feels like to own a house. try to imagine it. close youreyes and try to imagine your house. i’ll try. try, try it. it’s not big,one-storied and very light. there are few wallsinside, there is much light.

there is a garden in front of it. there are beautiful flowers there,and paths with small pebbles… white pebbles. one maywalk on them barefooted. the ocean is behind thehouse. what are you doing? the ocean. your phone is ringing. hello? hi. listen to me. look out of thewindow. i have a surprise for you. is that for me? i’m scared when you’re drivingyour old ruin along our roads.

do you like it? stop it. i know that you haveproblems now. what will yelena say? i congratulate you on yourvictory in the competition. this is the best present in my life. don’t get hurt, but i can’t take it. why? you know that i mustachieve everything on my own. – i kiss you.– bye. may i ask you something?

you’re scaring me. i saw the photo of theman who sent you this car. and? this is none of my business, of course. but i just wanted to know…why didn’t you take the car? you wanted to asksomething else, didn’t you? all right. who is that man to you? are you ready to tell mewho angelina is to you? wow.

i’m sorry. do you want to get to know allmy secrets? isn’t that too early? i understand. i’m sorry. were the cookies tasty? – lesha?– yes? can you help me move theflowerpot? i won’t cope on my own. do we have some more tea? can you imagine, it was whenthe dow jones index fell. and what happened next?

next… it rose. i’m writing poems. do you want to hear some? – no.– no? i didn’t know that flowerbusiness was that hard. but it is. i can see that you’renot overworking at home. angelina, please meet katya.katya, this is angelina. why do you think that i’m interested?

why not? maybe you’llneed flowers one day. so he lacks money to pay formy studies but he buys you cars. i didn’t ask him. ask him. ask. he is readyfor anything for your sake… even at the expense of his own family. why are you standing? let’s go. i don’t understand anything. yevgeniy is so cool. he is soclever. he is studying spanish. – he is so cool. you can’t imagine.– i can.

what is wrong with your mood? did alesha leave with somebody else?whose car is there by the entrance? let’s work, shall we? al right. why are you keeping silence? why did you behave like that with her? i’m sorry, honey. one can’tcommunicate with such people in any other manner. theyshould know their place. do you know your place?

yes. and i feel great there. i take everything that i want from life. i want to go to the club atthe moment, and i’m going there. what kind of music do you like? beethoven. “the fatetheme”. have you heard of it? – are you joking?– i am. i never joke. only weakpeople hide behind the jokes. do you think you’re strong? look at me. i can do anything in this life.

i think so. thank you, girls. thank was glam and his show-ballet “the sexy tigers”. come to ourconcerts. is that you again? i’m sick and tired of you.look, that guy is handsome. dance with him. get off. you like cool guys, don’t you? who are you to control me? you’renobody. you’re our cinderella. i sent the diploma work to youre-mail. i did as i promised.

when you need the next oneyou know where to find me. what did you need that for? what are you doing here? what a pair. uma turman and james bond. are you leaving? yes, i have problems inthe institute. i must go. why are you lying? i’m lying, aren’t i?does it look like i’m lying? each person uses up to fiveper cent of lies in this speech.

this is what you’re doingnow. you don’t even notice it. everybody lies. that’s whypeople forgive others for lying. only children tell the truth. and they get punished for that. when children get older theystart lying too. like the adults. what are you readingme this lecture for? it’s because you’re lying toyourself. this is the worst case. just realize what you really want. everything is so confused.

sort it out. ask direct questions. if a person tells you thetruth you can trust him. if he lies hit him in the eye. what a fool. the autumn has come,the flowers withered. i don’t need anybody except for you… don’t take the roses; theclient host doesn’t like them. how do you know? don’t tell me, i understand.we’re adult people.

aistov is my father. of course he is. andi’m your twin sister. stop it. is that true? so your dad is a millionaire,he is eating sweets by boxes, and you’re making bouquetsat nights. it can’t be. it can, as you see. why are you so sad? i am not. i’m just thinking aboutwhether to go to his jubilee. of course you shall go.what is there to think about?

i’ll call my friend.she works in a boutique. we’ll find the best dress for you. big earrings, highheels… you’ll be the best. what for? what do you mean — whatfor? for him to see. for everybody to seethat you’re all right. march forwards. i’ll finishthese bouquets myself. i remember that he doesn’t like roses. good morning. happybirthday. congratulations.

thanks. thank you. you’re spoiling me. i do. why did you get up so early? a director called meand offered a main part in a movie based onjoyce. it’ll be a bomb. you see. my congratulations.i believe in you. my agent is alexei agafonov.he convinced the director to give me the main part.i don’t know how he did it. this is a letter from him. read it. “thank you for was nice to work for you.

but now… in connection with… refuse to…” – i didn’t understand. did he leave?– i think so. we shall do something.we won’t cope without him. do you think it’sstrange that we can’t cope without our gardener who onlyworked for us for a few days? don’t you think it’sstrange that you hired him as a housekeeper? did you forget? i did. good afternoon.

please sit down. for thosewho might be interested… lesha, you can’timagine how cool she is. she has cards with actorsstarting from the 30-ies. is she a duncan mcloud?will she live forever? her granny started the collection. how is aistova, by theway? did you quarrel? one may say so. the lovewas without gladness, so the separation willbe without sadness. i don’t work for them anymore.

yes? i’m listening. hello, housekeeper. i read your letter. hello, nicolay konstantinovitch.yes, i’m leaving. – are you running?– no, it’s not the case. i haven’t drowned yet. i do it for personal reasons. i never thought that i’llask anybody about anything. but i ask you to stay.for personal reasons. i need to concentrate on my fightfor the company and not on the house.

since you arrived everythingcame to normal. lena… yelenavasilyevna is reading joyce. masha and vanya adore you.their friends call them all the time. people offer me moneyfor you. can you imagine? their children drivethem crazy because of you. so… help me, lesha. you see, nicolay konstantinovitch, i came to work in your housenot because of the money. i guessed it at once.i saw you dancing with linka.

may i ask you a directquestion? like a real man? all right, do it. what relations do you have with katya? good. normal. ordinary relations. what relations can there bebetween a father and a daughter? what do you mean — a daughter? yes. katya is my daughterfrom my first marriage. she lives separately andhas her other’s surname. wait, why did you ask?

i think i’m in love with katya. it might be none of mybusiness. but sort it out first. do you think you’re in loveor do you think you’re in love with katya? what about angelina? i don’t know about angelina.i don’t know anything now. i need to sort it out. let’s do it this way. you’llhelp me celebrate the jubilee and then you’ll sort itout as long as you need. is it a deal?

you can tell me all aboutit. i’ll keep it secret. they say that aistov is a bankrupt. his affairs are going from bad to worse. what are you saying, diana? they say that his assistantviktor left him for tikhonov. can you imagine? zhenya, belka. what are you doing here? katya invited us. soyou’re working, aren’t you? don’t envy. there are better places.

belka, do you remember the ysngp? yes. young, shy, nice, perspective. – the key word here is perspective.– right. – katya.– hi. hi. hi, happy birthday. imade it for you myself. on the language of flowers itmeans “i love you, i kiss you, i’m grateful for everything, your katya”. thank you. i hope this time you’ll staytill the end of the evening?

sure. otherwise why would i dress up? is it ok? do you like it? honestly? alexei? what shall we do? thedirector is calling all the time. where will we take the money? yelena vasilyevna, wait. it’snot the end of the evening yet. it is evening. lesha,look out of the window. it is already evening. have patience. you’llunderstand everything soon.

my friends, can i haveyour attention please? i’m glad to see you at my birthday party. this age is considered to bethe one to make some conclusions, and to look back. i think i achieved a lot. i developed my capital, i increasedthe capacity of my industry, i was working onorganizational problems. unfortunately i oftenlacked time for my wife, my kids and for myself. buti’m looking forward with hope. i still have where to movei want to say that i consider

my children to be mygreatest achievement in life. and now i’d like to invitemy eldest daughter to dance. she has dressed up. a daughter. i was wondering why you’refriends with that saleswoman. you’re cunning. youstarted to court both of us. you knew, didn’t you?tell me that you knew. i didn’t. she has a different surname. she has her mother’ssurname. she is so proud. she wants to achieve everything on her own.

so she is selling flowers. i think she dances very well. hello, igor. i congratulate you, nicolay. please meet my eldestdaughter katya. my heiress. she is nadezhda’s daughter,isn’t she? she took after her. she is so adult. a real fiance.i’m here with my son too. lesha? where are you? – lesha, what’s the matter?– get off me.

– lesha, your dad is here.– take your hands way. lesha, come here. hold this. dad, i asked you not to doit in everybody’s presence. are you surprised? you’ve always been a master of surprises. i was shocked myself when i got to know that my son was working foryou. and he was doing well. he decided to help meruin aistov’s company.

he is the one who arrangedyour assistant’s leave and the search for the documents. what did you come for? did you bring the customsoffice representatives? no. he grounded… …economic benefits that will arisefrom merger of the two companies. i don’t get it myself yet. but it’s beneficial forboth of us, isn’t it? it is, without any doubt.

do you see? according tohis variant of the merger each of us keeps his status and money. i was thinking about how toswallow you and earn more money. and he worked out a way not to swallow you and to earn even more. twice as much. will you show us your calculations? let’s not do it here and now. later. all right, let it belater. and one more thing. this is my birthday present for you.

these are the papers that you lost. will i get something to drinkin this house? otherwise i’ll leave. it’s your turn now, yevgeniy. lesha, i don’t understand.what is going on? yelena vasilyevna, everything is clear. if we make two companiesmerge into one concern, aistov will be happy to giveyou the money for the movie. it’s clear, isn’t it? dance, dance.

katya. i didn’t understand.did he say that you came to my father’s house usingangelina to spy for your dad to make my father a bankrupt? to tell you the truth… yes, i did. so you’re a bastard, aren’t you? i was helping my father.i think you’d do the same if you were in my shoes.besides i didn’t know that you’re aistov’s daughter.

so you may either forgive me or hate me. forgive me. shall we get acquainted again? – alexei.– ekaterina. nice to meet you. here we go. sonechka. shall we get acquitted again? what is my dog doing here? you left me too, didn’t you, sonya? agafonov, you have yourmother’s surname too.

you did well. tell mewhat to do to be as happy as you are. my father appointed her his heiress. i’m sorry; i don’t want to talk to you. why not? did you decide to offerkatya to marry you one-in-one? this is none of your business. will you tell my dear sisterhow we fucked in my car? do you want me to tell thatto her myself? in details. she doesn’t know about that, does she? what do you need her for?

i’m afraid you won’t understand. katya. wait. i love you, do you hear? lesha? oh, my god. lesha. lesha, what’swrong with you? lesha? what? where am i? what has happened? what is going on? who are these people? they are… relatives. relatives? i don’t rememberso many. are they all mine? do you remember me?

you? i remember you very well. i’m married with the mostbeautiful girl in the world. she works in a flowerboutique. we have three children and a small dog. we livein a small light house on the ocean shore. theflowers grow all around it, and the paths are coveredwith white pebbles. and the ocean. beautiful dreams. marry me.

yes, i will. they are great for each other.

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