Genre: Comedy, Drama
110 min

You're stabbing Stefan in the back.

I'd love to take YOU from behind.

- And you think I want that too?

Is there a problem?

- What?

Maybe you can speak slower

so that we can communicate better.

Yes, sorry.

Printing machines

usually work perfectly for many years

after being installed.

It is therefore very unlikely

for the problems you described

to occur before the installation.

After all, it's German engineering.

Do you think we should speak with

the German technician, Mr. Fischer?

I suggested we speak with Stefan.

You're just here to translate.

Yes, maybe we should visit him

and have a look at the machine.

Good idea.

He's not wearing a ring.

I can't believe you checked that.

All this is new. The whole area

used to be a garbage dump.

We utilize everything.

Here's where we shred our paper

according to European standards.

What did he say?

- Sorry, I wasn't listening.

That's the new offset machine.

And that's Ms. Secretary's boyfriend.

I'm Stefan Fischer, may I help you?

- Peter Gross, technical consultant.

I'm the one everyone's afraid of.

- Yes.

This is Cornel Codreanu.

He's worked here for 35 years.

The young lady told me

you have some problems.

The young lady's Brindusa Herghelegiu

and we're getting married on Saturday.

What's he saying?

Congratulations. Well done.

- Thank you.

The German-Romanian friendship

is bearing fruit.

So, like I told you...

Those are the...

...and this here.

They should look the same,

but these ones have too much blue.

The same films, the same printing plate,

but the results differ.

What's wrong? You're not translating.

He said...

- I understood. What ink do you use,

American or European SWOP?

- That's the problem:

American SWOP. I told him 100 times.

Don't give me all that

European and American shit.

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