Inside 'The Terminal'

Synopsis: A "behind the scenes" look at the making of DreamWorks Pictures The Terminal
Genre: Documentary

United Airlines announcing

the arrival of Flight 9435 from Beijing.

Customer service representative,

report to Gate C42.

All visitors to the US should

line up at booths one through 15.

Please have your I-94 forms filled out.

- What's the purpose of your visit?

- What is the purpose of your visit?

What is the purpose of your visit?

Business or pleasure?

Just visiting. Shopping?

Au plaisir.

- Pleasure.

- Business.

How long will you be staying?

Could I see your return ticket?

- What's the purpose of your visit?

- Business or pleasure?

Enjoy your stay. Next.

Please have your passports,

immigration forms, I-94,

and customs declarations

ready to hand to the inspector.

- Stand by. He's fishing.

- Copy that.

See this bunch

of Mickey Mouse sweatshirts?

That's the tour from China,

connecting to Orlando.

When was the last time

you saw Chinese tourists

on their way to Disney World

without any cameras?

Possible forged documents

on 10 and 11.

Sir. Sir. Passport.

Thank you.

Welcome, Mr. Navorski.

Purpose of your visit?

Business or pleasure?

Sir, I have an IBIS hit on six.


Mr. Navorski, please follow me.

... flight number 746 from Montreal

must proceed to US Immigration

before claiming their luggage.

All right, Mr. Navorski,

we'd like you to wait here, please.

Next, please.

Next, please.

What are you doing

in the United States, Mr. Navorski?

Yellow taxicab, please.

Take me to Ramada Inn,

Staying at the Ramada Inn?

Keep the change.

Do you know anyone in New York?


- Who?

- Yes.

- Who?

- Yes.

- No, do you know anyone in New York?

- Yes.

- Who?

- Yes.

OK, Mr. Navorski, I need to see

your return ticket, please.

No, your return ticket. Your...

- Oh... Yes.

- Ah.

This is just a standard procedure.

I'm going to need the passport also.

Oh... OK.

- No, no.

- Thank you.

Mr. Navorski.

That. Passport.


Mr. Navorski?

Sorry to keep you waiting.

I'm Frank Dixon, Director of Customs

and Border Protection here at JFK.

I help people

with their immigration problems.

We're looking for

an interpreter for you.

How are we doing on that?

Do we have an interpreter?

But I understand

that you speak a little English.

- Yes.

- You do?

I hope you don't mind if I eat

while we talk. I've a bit of bad news.

Your country has suspended

all traveling privileges

on passports issued

by your government.

And our State Department

has revoked the visa

that was going to allow you

to enter the US.

That's it in a nutshell, basically.

While you were in the air there

was a military coup in your country.

Most of the dead were members

of the Presidential Guard.

They were attacked

in the middle of the night.

They got it all on GHN, I think.

There were few civilian casualties.

I'm sure your family's fine.

Mr. Navorski, your country

was annexed from the inside.

The Republic of Krakozhia

is under new leadership.

Krakozhia. Krakozhia

- Krakozhia.

- Right. I don't think he gets it.

Er... Let me... OK. Look.

Imagine that these potato chips

are Krakozhia.


- Kra-kozhia.

- Yes.

- Krakozhia.

- OK.

Er... So the potato chips are Krakozhia.

- And this apple...

- Big Apple. Big Apple.

...Big Apple represents

the Liberty Rebels.


No more Krakozhia! OK?

New government.

Revolution. You understand?

All the flights in and out

of your country have been suspended.

The new government has sealed all

borders, so your visa's no longer valid.

So, currently

you are a citizen of nowhere.

Now, we can't process you new papers

until the US recognizes your country's

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