OFFICERS' WIVES. 4 Episode. Russian TV Series. StarMedia. Drama. English Subtitles

OFFICERS' WIVES. 4 Episode. Russian TV Series. StarMedia. Drama. English Subtitles

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A Star Media Production Maria Poroshina Olga Arntgoltz Konstantin Milovanov Viktor Horinyak Pavel Delong Anna Arefyeva Roman Kurtsyn, Olga Makeeva Yelena Dudich, Anastasiya Lukyanova Vitalina Bibliv, Nataliya Vasko Nikolay Boklan, Vitaliy Linetsky Directed by Dmitriy Petrun Written by Natalia Shimboretskaya In cooperation with Yelena Belenko Score by Daniil Yudelevich Director of Photography Aleksandr Krishtalovich Art Director Vadim Shinkaryov Sound Design by Yegor Irodov Edited by Valeriy Kuzmichev Executive Producers Anton Mikhaylov, Dmitriy Olenich Produced by Yekaterina Yefanova, Galina Balan-Timkina, Vlad Ryashin Officers’ Wives Episode 4 NOVEMBER 1942. MOSCOW AREA Nadya, what takes you so long? Take whatever you want. Lady, how about some cottage cheese? It’s good for your baby.
01:35
It’s only 100 rubles for one cup. – How much? – 100 rubles. I don’t want it. Really. Let’s buy something else. Fish! Fresh fish! No, thanks. – How much for this fish? – 300. – Are you kidding me? – 300. I don’t want anything. Seriously. Let’s go. – 300? – Yes. – Lyosha. – Come here. Lyosha, don’t! Eat your 300-rubles fish, you goddamned profiteer! – Let’s go home. – Are you happy now? – Let’s go. – He’s drunk. – Nadya, wait. – What are you doing? Stop it! Let’s go home. Lyosha! Come on! Please leave him alone. People like you! Please don’t. You should be drowned like kittens! Let go! Lyosha. Please! I should have killed you! He’s drunk! Look at him, wearing flight uniform! You bastard. Please don’t take him away! Please! It’s all my fault. I swear.
02:49
Things happen. He can’t help it. Please forgive him! He’s a good man. He’s a good man! Please! Wait! Stop! Please, stop! Stop the car. It’s all my fault. You see? I wanted this fish. He’s a disgrace to his uniform. Look at his state! It won’t happen again. I promise. You have my word. Please! OK, but only for your sake. You deserve a better husband. Let him out. Take him. He’s actually not always like this. He’s a good man. Thank you. Women! – Let’s go. – Come on. I was so ashamed. I couldn’t help it, Nadya. When I saw his smug face… Sanya Ganichev is dead, and this one is alive. Bastard. Half of our guys are killed. Sanya used to say, “I’ll be the king of the skies. The skies love the brave ones.”
04:14
And he wasn’t even killed in action. – It hurts, Nadya. – I know. Today is one year since Sanya’s death. It was my fault. No, it wasn’t. Promise me you stop drinking. Nadya, don’t you understand? I’m telling you, Sanya is dead! I have a wife, and soon we’ll have a baby. He’s gone! Like he never existed! Lyosha. Let’s go home. Come on. Give it to me. DECEMBER 1942. KHARKIV You’ll come with me. Is she hurt, too? No, but you Russians have this saying, a blister can be worse than a bullet. – This is Barbara. – Varya. – She is here to help. – Help who? Us. Her wound doesn’t heal well, and she needs physiotherapy. Do you understand? Yes, of course. She’s our new nurse. I won’t register her as a patient.
07:21
Herr Doctor, they’ve brought new girls for their physicals. You are needed. I’m coming. Who are those girls? They will be sent to Germany to work. Is he crazy? This is a shot wound! What am I supposed to do? Why did they agree to this? It’s slavery! They don’t have choice. Tkachuk. Stashenko. Tatyana Terekhova. Terekhova? I need to see her! My friend’s family is here in Kharkov. One of his sisters’ names is Tatyana. Where do you think you’re going? If they see your wound, they’ll make sure we all have ones just like it. – I have to find out. – Sit down. This isn’t the way to do it. There are dozens of Terekhovas around. Ask the doctor. He’ll help you. He’s such a good man. Are you drunk again? What’s going on? You promised me! Hello! My wife… My heir…
09:16
Happy 20th anniversary of the Great… Socialist… Come inside. A drunk can sleep it off, but a fool can’t. – Auntie Marfa! Let me play for you! – Please! I’m calling the police. Please don’t. Let’s go to our room. What are you doing? – Please don’t! – Quiet! Just look at him. The guys at school made this for our baby. Why don’t we call him Victor? For our future victory. Or Victoria. She might become a pilot. What’s going on? I’m leaving. I can’t look at you when you’re like this. You make me sick. I’m unwell. Keep wallowing in self-pity. I can’t do it anymore. What’s wrong? What? God! Auntie Marfa! Help! Thank you for not calling the police.
11:08
Don’t thank me. You need to help him. He’s becoming an alcoholic. He’s so young. It would be a shame. He’s a good guy. My late Ferapont drunk himself to death. Alcohol poisoning. We were just in time. A little longer, and you’d become a widow. Now, there are two options. Either he learns his lesson and stops drinking, or… He should have his heart checked, too. It doesn’t seem right. – He never complained at it. – Still, make him see a doctor. Thank you. – Here. – Take it away! Thanks. Don’t be scared. Are you Raisa? What can I do for you? Is Dr. Agner your lodger? I’m looking for a person. A girl.
12:54
She was shot… Not far from here. She might have turned to this doctor for help. There are rumors… You know? Is Herr Agner here? He’s doing a surgery! You can’t come in. I have orders to bring you to burgomaster. What’s the emergency? I’m in the middle of a surgery. There are some questions regarding patient with gunshot wounds whom you’re hiding. Russian patients. Where is your lodger? The Russian girl? Oh God. She must be at the hospital with Herr Doctor. He gave her a job there. She’s rather his lodger than mine, if you know what I mean. Where did you get this book? They study your leader’s biography in schools. Didn’t you know that? Wrap it up. We’re leaving. Why didn’t you tell me you’re one of us? Why would I tell this the first person I met? How would I know you were ‘one of us,’ too?
14:36
I am. I can see that now. A man came here looking for you. Redheaded, with a tooth gap. I don’t know him. He could be an agent. I suppose he’s gone already. I see. Agner, you have some explaining to do. What is this story with a Russian broad? The one with a gunshot wound. Are you hiding a partisan? I shot her myself. It was an accident. Like a partridge in the woods? Major! This Russian prostitute is violating the law. She’s not a prostitute. She needs to register herself and the apartment where she receives clients. Also, she needs to hang a sign. I suppose you’ve already taken care of her health certificate? What? How dare you, Ober-Lieutenant? Attention! I order you to leave my office. One, two, three, for, five, six! These are all reports on you.
16:00
And I find it increasingly hard to sweep them under the carpet. There are tons of pretty broads around. Why do you feel so protective toward this partisan? She’s not a partisan. She’s my patient. Now I want to live with her. Agner, don’t push it. If I promised your father to take care of you, it doesn’t mean you can get away with everything. – Is that clear? – Yes. Dismissed. Are you going to marry her, by any chance? Of course. If she says yes. They’ll give you new papers. You’ll work at the hospital. Everything’s fine. You’re under his protection. It’s better than hiding in a cellar. – Is he one of our guys? – He’s his own guy.
17:48
His idea is that he has to treat patients, no matter who they are, Germans or Russians. Nadya, I don’t understand. Please sign his request. Let him go to a fighting unit. I know you’re keeping him here for my sake. Please don’t. But you’re his wife. You’re supposed to care about your husband. I am. I want him to go to the front. The way he is now, I don’t want to be with him. I’m from the People’s Support Committee, bringing medicines for the commandant’s office. Give me the papers. Dr. Agner gave his permission. Get out of here, lady. Does the furlough start soon? – Yes. We have to hurry. – Come on. Will you make it? Sure. I’m really quick. – There are patrols everywhere. – No problem. – OK. Say hi to the doctor. – I will.
20:44
What a wonderful present! Happy birthday from Ptashuk. Nadya, please be calm. They are sending me to the front. I’ve got my orders. I have packed your bag already. When are you due to report there? A car is waiting for me at the school. Right. Auntie Marfa made a birthday pie for you. Did you know? You talked to Ptashuk, didn’t you? Do you want to get rid of me? You wanted to go to war, didn’t you? Here. Maybe this is stupid, but still. It’s a prayer. We’re atheists, of course… Still, I want you to have it. Here. Thanks, Auntie Marfa. Why aren’t you looking at me? The shorter the parting, the less tears. Let’s make it short. They can only kill me once, right? This isn’t how I pictured it.
23:06
Your first goodbyes. You hurt him, girl. You sent him to hell with your own hands. Good afternoon. Your papers, please. I have an urgent surgery. They are my assistant and orderly. Go ahead. Come on. Smartie. Come on. Here. Hush. Here they are. Guys, quiet! Hush. Come on. There is a critically wounded man there. It was so ridiculous. We were bringing new hand grenades to the partisans. One of them blew up in his hands. It was an accident. He shouldn’t have touched it. Nobody else was hurt. But his stomach is in a really bad shape. Oh God. Get the instruments ready. Oh my God. Varya? You? Alive? Savelyev! Varya is here. Where are you, Savelyev?
24:56
Look who’s here with the German doctor. Herr Doctor, there is one more patient. A wounded woman. Next! So that’s how you survived. He helped you, right? Yes. He gave me a nurse’s job at his hospital. Why don’t you stay with us? Since you’re already here. This isn’t a good time. I’d let him down. We still need him. Right? Do you feel sorry for him? For all them? It’s just not the right time. I’ll think of something and come back later. I see they’ve brainwashed you. The Boshes were always good at propaganda. Have you seen that woman? You know how she got those wounds? Let me go! I’ll tell you. The Nazis shot all her fellow villagers for supporting the partisans. They put them in the snow, face down! This little girl, too. The girl says, “Mom, I’m cold!” So her mother put her hand under her cheek.
26:59
And the grandmother covered them with her own body. She was killed instantly. The mother got four bullets, but she survived. So did the girl, covered with her grandma’s dead body. She was licking her mom’s hand. The mother was bleeding to death, but she kept wiggling her fingers to show her daughter that she’s OK. It lasted for hours, until they were rescued. Do you understand? Are you cold? It’s OK. We’ll get warm in the afterlife. It’s too early to talk about these things. It’s just a saying. This is my family. Today is Christmas Eve. We always spend it together. It’s a tradition. I want them to be with me on this day, even if only in a picture. This is my mother. My father. Norbert Agner. May I? His name sounds familiar.
28:57
He’s a renowned scientist. They taught anatomy by his books even at your schools. He’s a doctor, so I followed in his footsteps. My kids will probably become doctors, too. This is my mother. This is me. I’m 12 here. This is Daddy. And these are my foster parents. You know, when my father was executed, and my mother sent to a prison camp. Why did you come here, Dr. Agner? – Just Peter. – Peter. Does Lyosha write to you? No. He’s mad at me, Mom. Any news from Varya? Nothing so far. Glasha? Maybe your Yermilov can find out about Varya? He’s not mine, Nadya. He’s going to marry this lady.
31:07
I saw her. She’s rather good-looking. A doctor. And Yuri spends all his time on the road now. Mom, will it hurt much? It’s tolerable. I gave birth to you in the middle of a field. Dad’s regiment was being relocated, and you couldn’t wait till we arrive to the new location. My advice is, when it hurts, you start singing. Thanks. “Those who collaborate with the Germans are traitors. “Join the partisans, support the underground”. How long it has been since your last period? It’s been a while. Many women don’t have it anymore. You’re pregnant. Is it his? What will you do with a German’s baby? Tell me… Is there someone who could help me get rid of it? Good girl! Good! Push, push, push! Come on! That’s my girl. Good job! OK.
34:28
Come on, it’s almost over. Push! Here he is, your Red commander ready to give you his orders. So, here you are, Viktor. Welcome! No, we don’t see Germans very often. Maybe once in a while. Why are you so sad, girl? Sad people get lice. Why are you here? I need to get rid of… you know. I can see you’re not alone. For 3 months at least. Why don’t you want a baby? Its father is a German. Germans are human, too. Also, not every Russian is good. Raisa told me you’d help. Raisa? Well, she knows what she’s talking about. I don’t help to get rid of babies, though. I help women in labor
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and christen their babies afterwards. I used to be the local priest’s wife. They shot him in 1939. I’ve worked as a midwife ever since. Don’t burden your conscience with this sin. I can’t help you in that. Go and have your baby. It’s a love child, I suppose. He didn’t rape you, after all. You don’t know that. But I do. I know so many things sometimes it makes me sick. Please help me. Get out of here. Out! Look at you! Do I look like a murderer? Get out! And tell the father about the baby. He has to know. Why didn’t you tell me before? Varya? I’m a fool! I should have seen it! Oh, Varya.
38:00
I’m not having this baby. Get rid of it. I don’t want it. How can you say that? You’re a doctor. You can do this. What are you suggesting? Do you want me to kill my own child? You don’t want a baby? Just give it to me. I’ll take it. Just have this baby, and I’ll let you go. The battle ended with a resounding defeat of the enemy. Repeat, resounding defeat. The major theater is now in the center. That’s where our country’s fate will be defined. Inform all detachments. That’s it. Varya? Are you in a hurry? What about our love? Not even a minute for me?
39:27
Let me walk with you. As you were, Savelyev! Smartie. Walk her to the crossroads. Be careful! Don’t get into anything. Get on with it. Yes, sir. Are you drunk? I’ll have to punish you. Varya? Why are you doing this? One day we’ll be a family, and our baby will have this photo. – German slut! – Soon they’ll be out of here. Are you leaving soon? You have to go with me, Varya. I’ll fix everything. We’ll get married. You will go with me as my wife. They won’t let you have a normal life here with my child. AUGUST 1943. KHARKOV Hey! Smartie! They’ll kill you. I need to get even with them before they leave. I won’t be able to get to them when they’re out of here. Do you understand me? Go to hell. Zinaida. Have you seen Varya? No, I haven’t. It’s time to leave. I know, but I haven’t seen her.
41:59
Where is she? Where is the German slut? She left with the doctors. She’s gone! Gone! Varya! Varya! Varya! Varya! Varya! Herr Major, get in the car. It’s time. Please get in the car. Varya! Varya! Varya! Varya! Varya! He’s gone. You can go now. Are you deaf? Get out of here!

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