Izabella Scorupco: Natalya Simonova
[Bond and Natalya are trying to escape from the train when Trevelyan talks to them on the loudspeaker]
Alec Trevelyan : Good luck with the floor James. I've set the timers for six minutes, the same six minutes you gave me. It was the least I could do for a "friend".
Natalya Simonova : What does he mean?
James Bond : We've got three minutes.
Dimitri Mishkin : Good morning, Mr. Bond. Sit. I'm Defense Minister Dimitri Mishkin. So, by what means shall we execute you, Commander Bond?
James Bond : What, no small-talk? No chit-chat? That's the trouble with the world today. No one takes the time to do a really sinister interrogation anymore. It's a lost art.
Dimitri Mishkin : Your sense of humour does not sway me, Commander, I'm sorry. Where is the GoldenEye?
James Bond : I assumed you had it.
Dimitri Mishkin : I have an English spy, a Severnaya programmer and a helicopter stolen...
James Bond : ...or at least that's what some traitor in your government wanted it to look like.
Dimitri Mishkin : Who was behind your attack on Severnaya?
James Bond : WHO HAD THE AUTHORIZATION CODES?
Dimitri Mishkin : RUSSIA MAY HAVE CHANGED BUT THE PENALTY FOR TERRORISM IS STILL DEATH!
James Bond : AND WHAT'S THE PENALTY FOR TREASON?
Natalya Simonova : Oh, stop it, both of you! Stop it! You're like boys with toys!
Natalya Simonova : He was a friend, Trevelyan?
James Bond : Yes.
Natalya Simonova : Now he's your enemy and you will kill him. It is that simple?
James Bond : In a word, yes.
Natalya Simonova : Unless he kills you first?
James Bond : Natalya...
Natalya Simonova : You think I'm impressed? All of you with your guns, your killing, your death. For what? So you can be a hero? All the heroes I know are dead. How can you act like this? How can you be so cold?
James Bond : It's what keeps me alive.
Natalya Simonova : No. It's what keeps you alone.
Natalya Simonova : What is it with you and moving vehicles?
[Natalya is trying to find Boris' location while Bond cuts a hole in the floor of the train]
Natalya Simonova : [referring to Boris' password] What else do you call your bottom?
James Bond : What?
Natalya Simonova : It's Boris' password; he plays word games. It's what I sit on but I don't take it with me.
James Bond : Chair.
Natalya Simonova : Like I said.
[Starts tracing Boris' location]
James Bond : [breaking a hole in the train compartment floor with his foot] Thirty seconds!
Natalya Simonova : He's not in Russia, Germany, Paris, London, Madrid...
James Bond : Twenty-five seconds!
Natalya Simonova : ...New York, Toronto, Chicago, San Francisco...
James Bond : Twenty seconds!
Natalya Simonova : ...Mexico City, Rio, Miami...
[Bond breaks a hole in the floor of the train and grabs Natalya by the arm]
James Bond : Come on!
Natalya Simonova : Wait, he's in Cuba. Havana...
[the trace is terminated]
Natalya Simonova : ...No!
James Bond : Now!
[Bond and Natalya escape from the train with seconds to spare before the train explodes]
Natalya Simonova : This is not one of your games, Boris. Real people will die, you pathetic little worm!
Alec Trevelyan : She was in the mainframe. Check the computer.
Boris Grishenko : She's a moron. A second level programmer.
Boris Grishenko : She works on the guidance system. She doesn't even have access to the filing codes.
[Alarm starts buzzing]
Natalya Simonova : Boris!
Boris Grishenko : What? I thought I'd post it on the internet, no?
Natalya Simonova : What's the password?
Boris Grishenko : I made it easy this time. Even you should be able to break it - borscht for brains. Alright. Alright. I'll give you a hint. They're right in front of you and can open very large doors.
Natalya Simonova : [Types in: Knockers] You're such a geek.