- Who are you?

- What?

Come out!

I'm asking, who are you?

Me? Lvo. And who are you?

- Are you alone here?

- Yes.

- A Russian?

- No, Estonian.

What's an Estonian doing hare?

It's my factory.

What are the crates for? Bombs?

No. For tangerines.

Tangerines are good.

Ok. You have anything to eat?

We're hungry.

Food is in the house. There.

Come, let's go.


Who do you have at home?

Nobody. I live alone.

Come in. Take your seats.

We'll sit, grandpa,

but better pack the food,

we'll take it with us.


And don't be greedy.

Sea what a beautiful girl.

Yeah, a beauty.

Where's your family?

You don't have anyone?

They all went home

when the war broke out.

- Home where?

- To Estonia.

Why did you stay?

Didn't want to.

- Your daughter?

- Granddaughter.

And don't comment. Don't dare.

Didn't mean m. Ibrahim!

What's this?


You are a good man, grandpa.

Shame that you're that old.

It's a pity that

brave men like you get old.

So what's going on there?

War's raging?

Yeah, man.

Go away to your Estonia.

Not everyone are nice guys

like us'

Does anyone live in these houses?

No, they're all deserted.

Only in the one by a plantation,

there's one.

But he has nothing

but tangerines. I'm helping him.

We don't care about tangerines.

But you have a nice crate

business here. Good for you.



Yeah, wait a minute.

Who were they?

Some Caucasians. Wanted to eat.

They didn't come to me. I know'

Listen, did you manage to agree?


They promised to send

20 soldiers on the 7th. For one day.

Damn, one day's not enough.


We'll pick as much as we can.

I'm already on it.

Good. If we wait too long, we won't

get a damn thing out of here.

In a few days it may be

pretty fierce up here.

Those two also said

it'll be war soon.

My major said the same.

If I make ten crates today,

we'll have ZOO. Enough?

I don't know. Look for yourself.

Some 50 more would be needed.


Don't kill yourself with work,

it's five days till the 7th.

The sooner the better.

War news from the radio.


- Margus!

- Yeah.

- You didn't get shot?

- No.

- What happened?

- I don't know.

This one drove by first,

that one was chasing, shooting.

Hit the fence, damn,

it's all ruined now.

I was up the tree.

I mean, hid myself.

Then they shot from something,

bazooka, I guess.

Damn, it drives you crazy here.

What was it?

Calm down.

He's wounded. Ga take a look

at the van. And be careful.

Easy, easy...

- So how is it?

- All dead.

Well, Georgian dzhigits, where are you?


How is it there in the

heavens, sons of bitches?


Don't shout, or you will die.

Barely managed

to stop the bleeding.

But Ibrahim was killed?

Start the car.

The bastards killed him, right?


We'll go and bury him now,

but you try to calm down'

We'll get a doctor for you.

And try to move less.

Be careful, grandpa,

look out for a tail.

The rest of the Georgians

may follow,

Don't worry, lie quietly.

Give me my gun.

What for? No one will come here.

Give, Anything can happen.

I told you, they won't come!

Check their pockets,

maybe you'll find some documents.

What for?

Their relatives may came looking.

We can take them

to their grave then.

You're right.

The Georgians are mere buys.

But that one isn't.

Yeah, mere boys.

You know what, let's bury

the Georgians together

and the bearded one

separately here.

Then we'll know who's where.


That Georgian is alive!

Don't worry, it's us.

Who's that? Ibrahim? Alive?

No, ifs not Ibrahim.

Who then?

Get some water and a clean towel

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