Movie: The Russia House [1990] Movie: The Russia House [1990]

Movie: The Russia House [1990] Movie: The Russia House [1990]

Barley:
Yes, because I prefer Russia. It's as corrupt as America, but there's less bullshit.

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Bartholomew "Barley" Scott Blair:
You have to think like a hero merely to behave like a decent human being.

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Katya:
Glasnost gives everyone the right to complain and accuse, but it doesn't make shoes.

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Clive:
Do you believe this nonsense?



Bartholomew "Barley" Scott Blair:
I don't know. I believe it when I say it. But you've got to be there: you're taking a leak in some filthy public urinal and the man in the next stall leans across and asks you about God or Kafka or freedom versus responsibility; so you tell him because you know, because you're from the West. And before you've finished shaking your dick you think:"What a great country!" That's why I love them... and they're very fond of me.

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[talking about Western relations with Russia]



Barley:
Aren't we supposed to be such good friends now?



Ned:
[sarcastically] Oh, my dear lord...



Walter:
Because this year it suits them to roll over on their backs and play nice doggie? Because this year they're on the floor anyway? You ninny! All the more reason to spy the living daylights out of them. Kick them in the balls every time they get to their knees.

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