Russian Ark (Aleksandr Sokurov 2002)
I open my eyes and I see nothing,
I only remember there was some accident,
Everyone ran for safety as best they could,
I just can't remember what happened to me,
How strange, Where am I?
Marie, I must tell you something.
Judging by the clothes, this must be the 1800s,
Where are they rushing to?
What if we are denied entry?
I've never been so frightened!
Don't forget, the girl in white is mine.
Where are you all going?
It's cold! CIose the doors!
I went Iooking for the right way to go.
Those officers don't know the way,
Can it be that I'm invisible? Or have I simply gone unnoticed?
Can it be? Has all this been staged for me?
Am I expected to play a role?
What kind of play is this?
Let's hope it's not a tragedy,
What does it all mean?
-Where should we go? -Maybe here?
No, it's there.
That man in black,,,, He wanders about, too,
He nods to me but goes away,
Pardon me for speaking before we've been properly introduced.
What city is this?
What city? Well, everyone speaks Russian,
I so hoped this was Chambord during the Directoire period.
-What Ianguage are we speaking? -Russian,
How strange! I never knew Russian before.
What are they doing in there?
Shall we enter?
-Where? There? -Yes, something is going on,
No, I have to find out what on earth I am doing here.
These wanderings about, this knowing Russian....
I want to Ieave. Your curiosity is not amusing.
Could all this be theatre?
Our paths must part.
You have answered all my questions.
-Farewell then, -Where does this door Iead to?
What a pity,
We will never meet again,
He was obviously a foreigner,
Why would he be so rude otherwise?
not to get involved in this,
Let's not disturb them,
In any case, it's much too late,
Sir, sir! I'm here,
My Russian cicerone! Do you know the way?
-Yes, let's go together, -This is your country.
Yes, but not my century, How did I come to be here?
I think I saw Peter the Great,
I hear delight in your voice. Was it interesting?
Yes, very interesting,
In Asia, tyrants are adored.
The more terrible the tyrant, the more his memory is cherished.
AIexander the Great, Timur...
and your Peter the Great.
You're wrong about Peter,
He taught Russians to enjoy themselves,
A spiral staircase. Where has everyone disappeared to?
I see. But why?
What's so interesting up there?
Peter ordered his son's execution.
The same man who taught the people to enjoy Iife. How funny!
I thought you knew where we were going,
He built a European city over a swamp.
He introduced order of the most primitive kind.
-Where are they going? -But the city is still European!
To a party. But why the back staircase?
They were taught to have fun, So they go to parties,
And the officer and the Iady?
-At the party, -Where are they?
They've gone to the underworld. Down, down, down!
And they are no more.
Be careful. The stairs are steep and dark.
Thank you, I can see,
Do you see where we are?
No, I don't know yet,
Sir, be careful!
Don't betray our presence,
No need to remind me.
Do not forget I brought you here.
Please don't get involved in anything,
And you, do not get too close to the actors.
Bend towards me. You are beautiful.
-Do you remember? -Yes.
-Why are you pushing me? -Don't scratch me!
-Why is she pushing me? -You are pushing, too.
What an impressive orchestra!
They must be Europeans!
No, they're Russian musicians,
They're Russians, for God's sake!
I say it's good.
I need to piss!
I can't hold it in anymore!
No, no, don't, don't....
Ah! Yes, yes.
-Where are you? -Here. It's only Catherine the Great.
I Iove the 18th century. A time of genius and manners.
I would have to agree with you,
-Never contradict me. -Very well,
Where's the Empress? Gone!
Russia is Iike a theatre. A theatre.
I think I know where we are.
How pretentious they are!
Don't Iag behind, sir.
I'm not, I think we're speaking too loudly,
No matter. They're completely deaf.
I'm careful. I won't touch anyone.
Theatre.... What actors! And those costumes!
Thank you, sirs. Thank you.
They can't see me.
This seems Iike the Vatican. Is that where we are?
Those reliefs are painted, are they not?
Weren't those decorations inspired by Raphael's sketches?
Better than the Vatican, This is Saint Petersburg,
So they're copies?
Your authorities don't trust your own artists.
Russians are so talented at copying!
Because you don't have ideas of your own.
Your authorities don't want you to have them.
In fact, they are as Iazy as all the rest of you.
There was a painting gallery here.
-On the upper floor, -With 111 Italian paintings.
-But not the best masters. -Not the best,
The tsars were mainly Russophiles,
But sometimes even they dreamed of Italy,
Wasn't the Hermitage created to satisfy those dreams?
-Raphael isn't for you. -Not for us,
-For Italy. -Italy,
-It's warm there! -Warm,
The small Italian gallery....
Who are these people?
Of which milieu are they?
Do you see that vase?
Yes! Empire style is everywhere.
-And those Voronikhine lamps, -Lamps....
Empire, Empire, Empire!
I have no enthusiasm for it. That style is too silly.
Don't forget it was born under Bonaparte.
Then it became fashionable here...
to the point of becoming the national style...
to the detriment of its originality.
We battled Napoleon, not the Empire style,
Who are they? Who are these people?
Petersburgers, of when the city was no longer a capital,
It's better that way. A capital city should be...
an ancient city Iike Moscow. Not a Chimera.
-Who are these people? -Should I introduce you?
-Only if it's not impolite. -No, they are friends,
Oleg Konstantinovich, medical professor,
Lev Mikhailovich, actor,
Shouldn't they rise?
My European friend, he is visiting Russia,
-My pleasure. -He's European,
Medicine is a fine profession.
I haven't spoken for years.
Aside from my new accomplice.
Such a Iong time.... What is that odour?
A curious odour.
Have you been in Saint Petersburg Iong?
Yes, for one hour.
-And you came straight here? -I had my reasons.
You must Iove art!
Are you interested in beauty or just its representation?
No, Marquis. We're here to rest.
How do you rest?
Today, we've come together.
It smells of formaldehyde.
Marquis, I'II show you a splendid painting.
These men are emitting a very strange odour.
Marquis, Iook at The Birth of John the Baptist.
The Marquis smells of formaldehyde. Is he alive?
No, it's you.
I know this painting. I saw it on my Iast visit here.
It comes from Paris, from the Crozat collection.
Catherine II acquired it in 1772.
One of the earliest pieces of the Hermitage collection.
Such information is for specialists.
For us, detail is more interesting.
Look closely here.
A chicken and a cat are in the foreground.
They are symbolic figures.
The chicken represents greed, avarice...
the cat, cynicism and cruelty.
Cynicism and cruelty,,,, The cat,,,,
They are both calmed by the birth of John.
Why is he dressed Iike that?
CIeopatra, for example.... What do you know of her?
CIeopatra is on the same wall...
as The Circumcision of Christ by the pious Lodovico Cardi.
-What bothers you? -Bothers me?
Right next to Saint Cecilia? Can you imagine!
By Carlo Dolci!
And next to Eastern Still Life!
-Why does that bother you? -Don't argue, OIeg.
As a Catholic, that shocks me.
What do you think of Wagner?
Who is Wagner?
OIeg, he doesn't know Wagner!
Wagner is that child who behaved badly...
with my best friend, Meyerbeer.
I have never Iistened to Wagner.
-Broaden your horizons! -That doctor is so insistent!
-But I'm not sick! -We wish you much success.
Sir, why are they badly dressed?
My friends, how could I think,,,
that you would get along so badly?
I'll tell you one day, I'm in a strange situation,
Why quarrel with everyone?
If you do, we will never discover why we are here,
Such clothing kills a man's creative essence!
Why do you find it necessary to embrace European culture?
For what reason?
Why borrow also Europe's mistakes?
My God! What is all this?
What an elevated approach to art!
What feel for the material!
He is a true heir to the masters of antiquity!
Canova almost married my mother.
Was your mother a sculptress?
Yes. In Rome.
In Rome? Your mother, a sculptress,,,,
In this Canova collection, there are even sculptures...
that Tsar AIexander bought from the wife....
Yes. It was 1815, I was at the Congress of Vienna.
What were you doing there?
-I was a diplomat. -A diplomat?
This collection was the object of a harsh dispute.
Look where we are now!
Is this a dream?
I don't know about you, but I'm wide awake!
It's amazing how well I speak Russian!
Yes, quite well,
Who was that small man? Wasn't that Pushkin?
-Good day. -Good day.
Is that your great poet? Your beloved one?
I read him in French. Nothing special.
My God, how touchy you are!
I'm sorry if I've offended your nationalist sympathy.
What is that, nationalist sympathy?
What's that there?
-Please,,,, -Who is that?
Please don't rush,
AII alone, without an escort?
It would be wiser not to talk to that lady,
Don't bother her,
Let's move along,
Excuse me, madam, have you Iost your guide?
Thank you for your concern. I know everything here.
Of course. Do you work here?
Not at all. I'm here to admire the works of the old masters.
Would you accompany me into the next salon?
To see the FIemish masters?
With pleasure. Your slender fingers see all.
-140 paces, straight ahead. -140, is that so?
How many are Ieft?
Watch your step.
-One cannot be so intrusive, I told you. -It's not the right time for this.
It's all your fault.
-You are compromising me! -Oh, don't.
How dare you! Quiet!
-We're here. -Yes.
Can we go closer to that painting?
Would you Iike me to tell you about it?
The Virgin with Partridges by van Dyck.
Catherine II acquired it.
Tell me about this painting.
PIease, tell me.
See the calm and serenity around the Madonna and Joseph.
-Joseph, yes. -God protects them.
There is no doubt about his unseen presence.
The apple tree represents Iife. Sunflowers stand for piety.
On the upper right, partridges symbolise frivolity.
-They're flying away. -Partridges....
Angels dance and play.
So many other symbols that we can only guess about.
Sir, leave her, She's an angel,
Why have you gone quiet?
The partridges, the children, the Madonna....
Thank you, madam. Thank you.
I highly value your opinion on the works of van Dyck.
You'II definitely be interested in another painting.
Be very careful!
Sir, do not disturb me!
The Feast in the House of Simon the Pharisee.
I don't see it.
Where is it?
No, that painting isn't here.
Not part of the Tsar's collection.
Yes, it's here.
That particular Rubens is not here!
Yes, it was from Lord Walpole's collection...
Iike The Virgin with Partridges.
But that Rubens isn't on exhibit.
But it's here.
-Where are you? -What a wonderful scent!
The scent of oils....
Sir, let's leave here now,
No, Iet's stay a while.
What wonderful paintings!
What are those men counting?
You were right. I found it.
Let's take a closer Iook.
There it is.
We're almost there. Face the painting directly.
There it is.
Yes, there it is.
-Something to say about Rubens? -Van Dyck.
Rubens considered van Dyck to be his best pupil.
You know, there was a time when all these paintings...
were placed much higher and much closer to one another.
The Tsar himself supervised how they were hung. Did you know this?
-Who are you? -I'm a sailor.
-Insignias. -Yes, the Navy.
The Tsar visited his collection every morning.
He personally saved all this...
during the fire.
-Which fire? -In 18....
So you are asking me?
Enough, Iet's go.
It's time for me to go.
May I accompany you?
What a pity.
I must ask you to Ieave.
The museum is closing.
PIease see yourself to the exit.
Quiet. CIose the door.
The museum is closing.
-How was my scene? -I wasn't impressed,
I was joking.
-Do you hear music? -I hear something.
Russian music makes me break out in hives.
That has nothing to do with the music,
Why do you look at me like that?
-Rags.... A dog.... -Rags,,,, A dog,,,,
-Eternal people.... -Eternal people,,,,
Live and go on Iiving.
-You'II outlive them all. -Eternal people,,,,
What are you doing? Eavesdropping?
Are you interested in painting?
What nice Iittle hands!
Stay away from me!
-Beautiful, isn't it? -Absolutely.
-Are you Catholic? -No, I'm not Catholic.
Why do you ask?
It seemed to me that you were deep in thought...
while admiring the images of the founders of our church.
I don't know. I wasn't thinking about that.
You were not....
Do you know that those are the apostles Peter and Paul?
Yes, that's what I heard.
That's what you heard. And so?
I Iooked at them because I Iike them.
You Iike them....
-One day, all men... -AII men....
-...will become Iike them. -Really?
How can you know what will become of people...
if you don't know the Scriptures?
Why aren't you saying anything?
Look at their hands.
The hands are beautiful. And so?
How can you know what will become of people...
if you don't know the Scriptures?
For you, they're just two dusty old men.
-Just flesh. -They're covered with dust...
from their Iong road to appear in this painting.
-What happened? -They are good and wise.
How can you know their character...
if you have not read the Gospels?
How can you know all that?
Sir, why are you frightening him? He was already afraid,
He's not afraid. These people are never afraid.
Leave him alone,
Better to appreciate the scent of the paintings,
-It smells good. -Very good,
You need not fear.
So strange to hear those words.
Now I understand. We're in the gallery.
We're in the Tsar's gallery...
near the portrait of a medieval fanatic.
Where have we wandered to?
That music was good, after all. Who was the composer?
-Glinka, -Who is he? A German?
No, he's German. AII composers are German.
All composers are German?
Looks Iike a Rembrandt.
EI Greco.... Dust from the roads.
What dust from the roads?
Nice, very nice.
-Something you don't like? -Not at all.
-It's nice, very nice. -Nice,,,,
More flesh.... Very nice.
These are nice paintings.
They're getting better and better.
There's an angel,
Pardon me for addressing you without an introduction.
To whom was that directed?
-I'm speaking to the painting. -You are speaking to the painting?
-I must speak my mind. -Speak your mind?
And so you talk to the painting.
Would you Iike to try?
Must I try? Very well.
-Like that. -Like this?
Now, Iike this.
Now a turn.
Sometimes I prefer speaking to myself.
This painting and I...
we have a secret.
-Yes. -Now it's over.
That's all, gentlemen. Good-bye!
Where are you going, madam?
She's offended. She has Ieft.
She's offended. But so charming!
Where has she gone?
a white stone...
Rather cold, isn't it?
When you first came here, it must have been disastrous,
That was just after the fire,
I have been here before, but it's as if I have not.
What is that?
It's under the Convention that everything was devastated.
You don't know 20th-century Russian history,
Our Convention lasted 80 years,
A real revolution,,,, Very sad,
What kind of system is there now? A republic?
I don't know,
I have never believed that a republic was suitable...
for a country as Iarge as Russia.
You Europeans are democrats who mourn the monarchy,
-You are French, is that it? -Who are you?
Excuse us, we're Iost.
-PIease be on your way. -Let us Iive! Let us Iive!
-Remaining here is forbidden! -Help us, please.
Who forbids it? What is forbidden?
What Ianguage! Everything is forbidden!
It's better not to argue,
We're going, we're going.
I know where we can hide,
I suddenly feel afraid. I don't Iike military uniforms.
-Not that door, sir! -But I Iike it.
-Such a beautiful door! -No, not that one!
Why is it so cold?
I told you not to enter,
What cold! Frames.... But where are....
Where are the canvases?
Let's go back, I beg you,
-Who's there? -It's me.
-Why have you come here? -I don't know. I simply entered.
-Come closer. -I'm coming.
Maybe you need help, kind sir.
Who is the "kind sir"?
Not here, not there.
There is no one.
Only coffins and corpses. Come and see.
-I'm coming. -That's my coffin.
-Your coffin? -Yes, I made it myself.
Why that strange tone, kind sir?
Why coffins in the Hermitage?
-It's my coffin. -Yes, it is yours.
-He Iooks well-fed! -But where are the corpses?
Why do you ask "where"? Don't step on the corpses.
He Iooks well-fed! You stepped on the corpses!
-What happened? -The war,
Which war? Against whom?
-Against Germany, -What is Germany?
The unified state of the Germans,
In the 20th century, Russia was at war with Germany,
The Germans surrounded the city,
But the city did not surrender,
More than 1 million dead,
-More than 1 million? -Yes,
That's a high price to pay. Very high.
Saint Petersburg and the Hermitage paid dearly.
In Russia, it is said that freedom knows no price,
A very high price.
But maybe not.
But it has already been paid,
I was wrong, by the way...
when I criticised your tsars...
for all this beauty and opulence.
Even if they all were...
But it is beautiful, isn't it?
What do you see? Who is it?
Maybe Catherine II, but I'm not certain,
Nothing could be less certain,
That's enough! Lisa, take away the children.
Don't go too near to her.
If it is Catherine, she has a sixth sense....
That will be all.
The candles, the candles.
It's stuffy in here.
-There. -No, I won't Iet you.
But it's cold outside.
Where are you?
I hear your footsteps. Where are you?
Mortals must not chase royalty.
You won't catch up anyway.
I hear your footsteps.
I hear them.
Sir, what are you doing? It's cold!
-Come this way. -Yes, it's cold,
-She disappeared, -I know.
-She disappeared again, -Move aside.
-Do you know where to go? -Help us. Come.
Let us through. We are allowed.
Where is the door? Where is it?
Don't be shy. Come. We will not stay Iong.
Thank you very much. A new hairstyle is necessary.
What beautiful hair you have! Those curls!
Tea! Would you Iike tea?
I don't either, but they insist. Where is the tea?
We're in a hurry. Where is it?
-I know I'm beautiful. -Too beautiful.
What do you want me to say?
-Come on! -I have nothing to say!
What is that?
-Did you write this book? -Not me. He did.
Neither he nor I. But he will dedicate it.
Sir, what are you looking at? Shall we continue?
What do I see? Nothing for the moment.
Some people are obviously waiting for something.
Let's proceed with caution. These madmen could eat you.
They liked your hair,
Of course, good writers always have beautiful hair.
-Be more careful and quiet now. -I'm following you,
-CIose the door quickly. -It's done,
When I was Iast received here at the Winter Palace...
it was being renovated after the terrible fire.
-The parquet doesn't creak. -It doesn't creak,,,,
-The ambassador of Persia! -Excuse us for being Iate.
Sir, Iet's go.
The ambassador of His Highness the Shah...
the son of the future Shah, with his entourage.
-Do you know what is happening? -Not yet,
We are witnesses.
Nicholas I received an apology from the Persian emissaries...
regarding the murder of Russian diplomats.
Griboedov was one, I think.
Are you able to see?
Look over there. Higher.
Can you see?
Yes, I see now!
One must not trust this world. You are right.
Beware, court officials are cunning.
Some of them are mediums.
They could sense your presence.
Thank you for your advice, We Gemini are curious by nature,
I'II move ahead. Maybe I'II meet old acquaintances.
Good luck, I'll find you later,
Mighty Sovereign Emperor!
The peaceful nature of Persia and the sacred union that exists...
among His Majesty and the Shah were both upset by evil.
Under its power, a frenzied Tehran crowd...
committed unheard-of acts of evil.
The resulting victim was the Russian mission.
The honest heart of Fetkh-AIi-Shah...
was horrified by the idea that a handful of wrongdoers...
might destroy our peace and union.
His Majesty the Shah has sent me, his grandson...
to request that you, Sovereign...
erase from memory this event.
Let the world know that, despite this terrible event...
two wise monarchs, with their infinite wisdom...
speak openly and vanquish all suspicion.
With the greatest joy, I stand before you...
Your Imperial Majesty.
I carry out my grandfather's will...
that we strengthen peace...
between our two peoples.
His Imperial Majesty...
commands me to assure Your Excellence...
of his pleasure at hearing your explanation...
as well as the righteous plea...
of your sovereign.
I've been observing you. Who Iet you enter?
-You have no business here. -That's correct.
Then you must Ieave at once.
Off you go, sir! Away!
-I had no intention of staying. -Away!
This ceremony will continue for a few more hours still.
As a former diplomat, I'm aware of that.
A terrible boredom will set in. Terrible!
Leave me alone!
-And what is that? -What did you say?
I adore Iuxury and regal splendour.
Stasov wasn't a bad architect.
He Ioved discipline, but Ieft space for breathing.
We cannot stay here,
The ceremony will finish, Then they will all come in,
Sèvres porcelain, my weakness!
-Beautiful, -Yes, yes!
This is the cameo service?
Yes, it is.
Not so close, please.
Sir, it's awkward setting the table with you here.
You can admire it Iater when you are seated. PIease do go away.
What pure tones!
The blue and gold are enchanting.
And the wine-sediment colour!
AIways such marvellous cooks here in the Winter Palace.
Do you recall the taste of food?
No, I have forgotten.
Visit the other salons while waiting for the dinner bell.
-That blue! -PIease, sir.
There's dancing. Come on.
Let's Ieave here.
-We're being chased away, -Chased away....
It's so dark here,
I see you have never seen a tsar...
nor grand princes in all their magnificence.
-Monarchy is not eternal, -As if I didn't know....
Don't I have the right to dream a Iittle?
We are free, you and I, Dream away,
There's someone here, Do you hear voices?
Sir, don't you hear them?
No, I don't hear anything.
Look, someone is moving there,
Mr. Orbeli, I don't understand. What has upset you so?
You and my father know:. No insect can harm this throne.
-It's made of silver and treated oak. -It's not the throne.
I'm very worried.
See that velour from Lyons. It's completely worn out.
-We'II restore it. Be patient. -You don't have the time.
You're right, Boris. We don't have time either.
You won't ever see him again.
He's your son.
What difficulty are they having? They seem uncomfortable with each other,
What do you expect?
You descend from the heavens...
and no Ionger know how to behave.
Your son is Hermitage director.
Like you and I before him.
The wars ahead.... Terrible wars.
But we managed to preserve all this through the catastrophes.
I can't hear anymore.
Yes, I hear, But not very clearly,
What are they saying?
The elder Piotrovsky is asking,,,
whether the director's telephone is still under surveillance,
His son tells him, "Forget that,
"I would prefer telling you about the Hermitage cats,
"They are still here,,,, "
There are so many people that I wasn't able to help.
Ten years have passed. You know what I'm referring to.
But everyone speaks well of you.
Your books are still in print. Those of Mr. Orbeli, too.
That's particularly admirable.
The dead weep with joy when their books are reprinted.
Especially 37 years Iater, Mikhail.
Is something still troubling you?
Is it the authorities?
They want acorns from oak trees.
They are not interested in knowing how to nurture the tree of culture.
But it will be their doom if the tree falls.
Then there will be nothing Ieft. Can't they understand that?
Mr. Orbeli, what awaits us?
-I'm coming! -Speak!
-Listen, Mikhail.... -Let him go.
You're completely alone.
They won't tell him anything. I know, ask me!
I am asking you,,,,
Everyone can see the future...
but no one remembers the past.
Look how handsome they are! Such fine young men!
Beautiful uniforms, even if I don't Iike the military.
You didn't answer my question,
Nothing, you know nothing,
He doesn't hear me,
I must apologise,
They said other things,
I could hardly hear them,
I made it all up, about Orbeli,,,, About Piotrovsky, too,
-Only God can judge you. -I made it all up,
We are free, you and I. You said it yourself!
Please, don't run,
Run! I can't keep up with you.
Anastasia, where are you going?
You're always watching me.
I have a bad feeling.
Don't be alarmed.
Pray. And I shall pray for you.
Did you hear that?
-Did you hear shots? -Calm down. God is with you.
I think someone is following us.
Calm down, AIexandra.
If only AIexis could run....
Doctors are good for nothing. There is no hope.
It's my fault.
Children, behave yourselves!
Sorry, excuse us.
Come here, Anastasia. Where were you?
I Iooked for you all morning.
We were playing.
Where is AIexis?
-Thank you, I can manage. -Of course.
-Are you in pain? -I'm fine, Mother.
Move your chair forward.
You are Iate for tea.
What do you think? Shall we forgive her?
Anastasia won't do it again.
It Iooks Iike it's not your fault.
FIy away, my Iittle angels!
And here's their cage.
They're all here, of course.
There haven't been so many guests for a Iong time.
Look at that strange fellow.
where has my European gone?
Where is he?
There he is!
He doesn't see me,
I should go up to him,
Otherwise he will be offended,
Sir! He can't hear me,
But I'll see him later,
Wouldn't it be nice to jump about Iike that?
Aristarkh Konstantinovich is being sent to Africa.
What a tiger! He could eat anyone!
Your mother has trained the servants well.
Don't be shy! You are doing very well. The most important for the mazurka is....
You are doing great.
Saint Petersburg has the best balls in Europe.
Everyone is so easygoing. Like one big family.
There must be over 3,000 people.
I've forgotten everything!
I dance so poorly! I've forgotten everything!
But it's all coming back to me!
Good, very good!
Bravo! More! More!
Where were you? I lost you,
I lost you,
What will we find over there?
Over there? I don't know,
You might say I grew up here.
But I'm not quite myself.
It's as if I were in someone else's house.
Listen up! Look here!
Poor man, your Iady has gone away!
-FIown away Iike a bird! -Gone....
In a flash!
Shall we dine together?
I'II wait downstairs. Bring up the coach.
Have our coats brought up. And don't Iose them!
When we return to Kursk, we must organise a ball.
Just before Lent, for example.
I think we should invite your nephew as well as Varenka. Let him see.
It feels Iike we're floating.
It seems all this is but a dream.
But you have found her! Nothing has happened!
Let me pass!
It's a pity you're not here with me,
You would understand everything,
The sea is all around,
We are destined to sail forever,
To live forever,
Adaptation: Richard Lormand
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Rabbit Proof Fence
Rabid Dogs - Cani Arrabbiati 1974
Raccoon War Pom Poko The CD1
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Raging Bull 1980
Raid 2003 CD1
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Raid On Rommel 1971
Rain Children The 2003
Rain Man CD1
Rain Man CD2
Rainy Dog - Takashi Miike
Raise Your Voice
Raisin in the Sun A
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Ranch The 2004 Unrated Uncut Edition
Random Harvest 1942
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Rasen (The Spiral)
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Real Women Have Curves (2002)
Rebel Music - The Bob Marley Story
Rebel Without a Cause 1955
Recess Schools out
Recipe For Disaster 2003
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Red Dragon (Jet Lee)
Red Dragon 2002 CD1
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Red Hot Chili Peppers - Off the Map
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Red beard 1965 akahige CD1
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Regarding Henry 1991
Regle Du Jeux La
Reign of Fire
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Remember Me CD1
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Remember the Titans
Remember the Titans (Standard Edition)
Replacement Killers The
Replacement Killers Who Am I
Requiem for a Dream
Requiem from the Darkness Episode One
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Rescuers Down Under The
Resident Evil Apocalypse
Respiro grazias island 2002
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Return To Me
Return To Paradise (1998)
Return of The King The
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Reversal Of Fortune (2003) Korean
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Rhapsody In August 1991
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Riding in Cars with Boys
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Ring 0 - Birthday 2000
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Ring of Bright Water
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Riso Amaro (1949)
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Rocky Horror Picture Show The
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Rookie (2002) CD1
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Rose Red (Stephen King) CD1
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Roughnecks - The Starship Troopers Chronicles (1999)
Royal Engagement CD1
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Rue Des Plaisirs (2002)
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Ruling Class The 1972
Rumble Fish 1983
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Run 2 U
Run Silent Run Deep
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Rurouni Kenshin TV 1-9 2000
Rush Hour - New Line Platinum Series
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