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- "Staroe ruzhe" (2014) TV series Played by Dobrynya Belevich
- Westfalia (2014) Played by Dimitri Bilov
- The Case of Fortune (2012) Played by Jussi P. Kuusela
- Kiirtee surnuaeda 1 (2008) TV episode, Played by Sergei Furmanjuk
- Kiirtee surnuaeda 2 (2008) TV episode, Played by Sergei Furmanjuk
- Flirt (2005) Played by Marko Jeremic
... aka "Flert" - Serbia (original title)
- Die verzauberten Brüder (1988) (TV) Played by Thomas Mangel
- Der lebende Leichnam (1981) (TV) Played by Helmuth Lohner
- Die verzauberten Brüder (1977) (TV) Played by Michael Koller
- Rondo (1966/I) Played by Relja Basic
- Valtatiellä (1965) (TV) Played by Pekka Laiho
- Lockende Sterne (1952) Played by Nicolas Koline
- Kuisma ja Helinä (1951) Played by Pentti Viljanen
- The Great Sinner (1949) Played by Gregory Peck
- The Vagabond's Valse (1941) Played by Vilho Auvinen
... aka "Kulkurin valssi" - Finland (original title)
- Bigamie (1922) Played by Alfred Abel
- Die Gezeichneten (1922) Played by Richard Boleslawski
- Jettatore (1919) Played by Violetta Napierska
- Der lebende Leichnam (1918) Played by Bernd Aldor
Pauline Ostrovsky: Oh, you can count on my vanity. No matter what you say I'll regard it as a compliment.
Fedja: All right, if you insist. To one of the most corrupt women I've ever met.
Pauline Ostrovsky: Corrupt?
Fedja: Corrupt, confused, frustrated, and empty.
Pauline Ostrovsky: But in a charming sort of way, you'll admit.
Fedja: Well charm, my dear is your gambling capital. You toss it on the table like money, like everything else, even a dying grandmother.
Pauline Ostrovsky: When a man takes the trouble to be so rude to a woman, he is usually falling in love with her.
Fedja: You're not a woman. You are a symptom.
Pauline Ostrovsky: Of what?
Fedja: Of one of the worlds deadliest diseases, sophistication. More champagne?
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