Russian Lolita

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Year:
2007
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RUSSIAN LOLITA:

Mom, did you buy anything for dessert?

Pumpkin, we've got money problems.

OK, I get it.

- Maybe we should rent out one of our

rooms, what d'you think? - No way!

But that will help us solve many problems.

Uh-uh, and create new ones.

Then I don't know what to do.

Do whatever you want.

Hi, could you tell me how to get to

16 Commune street?

Cross the road there, walk 500 metres

and you'll see it.

About 500 metres this way, then?

Thanks.

Sorry! I was looking at the birdies,

didn't notice you.

Can you show me where Commune Street is?

What address are you looking for?

OK, let me show you.

- Are you planning to move in there?

- Yes, why?

Don't you have a place

to live in the city?

Yes, but I like to spend time out here.

You don't look like a

wood chopping type to me.

What makes you think I'm a a wood chopper?

- What else would you do around around here?

- I am a writer.

True, you don't look strong

enough for chopping wood.

- Only I wouldn't rent that room

if I were you. - Why not?

- Haven't you heard about the landlord

it belongs to? - No, why?

The landlord is a crazy woman

known for her outbursts.

She chased the last tenant away

with a knife.

- Are you serious?

- Ask anybody aroound here.

This is 13 Commune Street.

But I warned you. Bye!

OK, let's see.

Hello!

Hi, do you sublet the room?

Yes, please come in, my name is Olga.

I'm Gennady, a writer, I'd like to

work in the country for awhile.

Well, nice to meet you.

This is the kitchen.

Come take a look here.

This is your room, it's very spacy,

you'll be very comfortable here.

I see

Let me show upstairs

- Watch you step

- You've got a nice place.

- This is living room

- OK

Thanks for the tour. It's nice

house but I need to think it over.

Let me introduce my daughter Alisa.

You know what, I just made up my mind

I'll take the room.

- How was your first night in a new place?

- Loved it.

- How do you like my blinis?

- Thank you, they're very tasty.

- More tea?

- Yes, please.

Been a long time since we had

a man in the house.

How about a drink?

I don't mind.

"Zemfira", that's a nice one.

Thanks.

- What about me?

- You're too young.

I was hoping you'll say a toast

before drinking.

To us and you enjoying your stay here!

To us!

Listen, haven't you had enough?

- What's going on here?

- She's just fooling around.

To us.

To us.

My husband left us two years ago

He has remarried by now.

So you don't keep in touch

even for Alisa's sake?

He wrote once, asked if we needed

money.

I let him know that we want

nothing from him.

So what was his reaction?

He disappeared, no calls, no letters,

that was that. Just as I wanted.

Do you still love him?

I only loved him before Alisa's birth.

Soon after, he stopped noticing me

and would stay out longer and longer.

Arguments,

scandals and then total indifference.

So him leaving was no tragedy for me

or Alisa.

- So Alisa doesn't remember her father?

- No.

Do you have a boyfriend?

I tried to secure my daughter's future

so I had no time for myself.

But sometimes at night I'd feel sorry

for myself and cry.

Gennady, you know you're my first man

since my husband left me.

So did I disappoint you?

No, I feel great, I just don't

want Alisa to find out about us.

Why?

I don't know.

I feel uncomfortable about it.

So that's why you deny youself

any personal life?

I am a fool, I know.

I think Alisa would be jealous

of somebody else getting my attention.

But I still want you very much.

You know what, in two hours,

when she goes to sleep, come to my room.

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Vladimir Nabokov

Vladimir Vladimirovich Nabokov (; Russian: Влади́мир Влади́мирович Набо́ков [vɫɐˈdʲimʲɪr nɐˈbokəf] ( listen), also known by the pen name Vladimir Sirin; 22 April [O.S. 10 April] 1899 – 2 July 1977) was a Russian-American novelist, poet, translator and entomologist. His first nine novels were in Russian, but he achieved international prominence after he began writing English prose. Nabokov's Lolita (1955), his most noted novel in English, was ranked fourth in the list of the Modern Library 100 Best Novels; Pale Fire (1962) was ranked 53rd on the same list, and his memoir, Speak, Memory (1951), was listed eighth on the publisher's list of the 20th century's greatest nonfiction. He was a finalist for the National Book Award for Fiction seven times. Nabokov was an expert lepidopterist and composer of chess problems. more…

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