Na kray sveta

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2011
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Funny. Come on.

We're new here, haven't settled in yet.

My little Pasha's woken up.

Sit down, come in.

I have to tie him to the table

so he won't crawl away.

Come on, wake up.

He still doesn't want to speak,

but he can walk.

Put the pot down. Where did I put it?

Here!

He gets sick a lot, so the medic

gave me this to help him.

I'm the only one with a child, that is

why they gave me a separate room.

Pashka, what are you doing?

Come here. He likes biting.

He likes biting. He'd be better

off learning to speak!

Sit down. What's your name?

- Ignat.

- That's a beautiful name.

I'm Sofie, that's what my employers

in Germany called me.

I worked as a servant near Potsdam.

I'm not from the camps.

See, no number!

Pasha was born there.

Here, eat, eat.

I fell in love there...

Let's drink.

What's wrong with you?

Must have been difficult being

'under' the Germans?

Get out!

I'm not going anywhere.

How do you put up with it?

First he takes your train, then your Sofia.

Let's say I chickened out!

Bastard!

What's wrong?

- Is it that long since you've been

with a woman? - That long.

Don't worry. That's not important.

Touch me. Touch me like this, and this.

Like that. Like that. Kiss me.

Kiss me. Like that, come on.

Come on, lick me, suck.

Like that, and like that.

Look at me. Look. You're so good.

Gnasha-Gnasha, and you

said you were concussed!

Wait. Is the rope secure?

Come on girls, grab it!

- Tonya, don't drop your end.

- F*** off!

When you grow balls enough to be the boss,

you can give the orders!

Balls? All he does in bed is sleep!

And snore.

Don't be jealous!!

Enough chit-chat! Get a move on!

We have to wait for the other train to pass.

Switch the tracks.

And go in the wrong direction?

We'll just go with the flow.

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