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all right let’s get right into it this
morning wastes no time at all the way in one 98.6
we’re under 200 first of all I am sorry that this video is a little late guys
I’ve been working really hard and I’ve been hanging out with a friend and just
wanted to make sure I get in my Wednesday weigh-in weight loss video if
you missed yesterday’s video Jax went to the vet and he lost five pounds in a
year but for a cat that’s like huge I will link the video up here and at the
end of the video also I mean Jax lost about 18% of his total body weight which
is incredible and we’re feeling really good about that but one hundred ninety
eight point six I am down under 200 pounds yes I still have a cough this is
ridiculous almost a month now let’s go through this so we started at two oh
nine point eight the next week we were I was at two oh nine point two then two oh
one point six and this week at the start of week four or twenty two days into
this one ninety eight point six a net loss of eleven point two pounds yes I
feel fantastic this is gonna be a little shorter video I just want to talk with
you guys I want to tell you how I’m feeling and some of the changes in my
mind and about me that that it happened but first of all a couple changes to my
my cooking and that is that I went and got one of these fryers so that I can
grill my chicken prep meals on the stove instead of baking them it’s working
better chicken has more flavor and secondly I got a vegetable steamer with
a removable pan here so that I can do my broccoli or my carrots and not boil all
of the nutrients out of them and that’s working really well it tastes a lot
better before we sit down and talk about how I feel I have been doing fantastic
with my exercises with with the body boss 2.0 doing the those four exercise
activities and then doing my cardio I have noticed a couple things one is I’m
able to do more reps than I was before I’m able to I’m pulling the bands
farther away I’m putting them in different notches now to create more
resistance on everything I’m doing it’s subtle but it’s enough to say that wow
this was too much a couple weeks ago and now I you know
bump it up and get more resistance out of this so that’s really cool and yeah
okay let’s save how I feel for later I’m gonna warn you I’m gonna take off my
shirt but I am really really excited and proud and I think you’re gonna see a
difference so again I will pop a video up over here from January 31st my very
first weigh in when I started this and it’s hard to look at myself
so we’ll just get rid of that now check this out yes I always wear a hat guys
people ask me all the time now yes I still have a belly but compared to what
it was before I’m starting to feel and develop new muscles that were not here
before so we’re working on a bigger one pack basically also if I flex up I don’t
know if you can see this back here this is all new muscle this was not here so
all around my size and my and my lower back and my stomach and my abdomen area
even though I’ve still got a beer belly a little bit not nearly as big as it was
before but I am starting to see some new stuff going on with my body and that is
really exciting I’m feeling much more limber and like I said what I’m doing my
crunches and my ab workout I’m actually able to do much more reps than I could
before so that’s all that I’m going to show you but I am feeling good so some
changes with my body some changes in my endurance which is a great you know
motivation tool any kind of difference that I see really helps me continue it
you know I’m like wow that’s cool the scales get lower Wow
I’m starting to develop some muscles and lose some fat around my midsection
that’s cool let’s keep this up those kinds of small victories are something
that really helps me and hopes a lot of people to be able to continue it on but
you know my mentality on this whole 90 day challenge and you know again thank
you James 1 or less a state for inviting me into this competition into this
competitive world to be able to do this because I’ve just struggled had not been
able to get to this point and I’ve certainly not gone this far with
anything for when I when I tried him on my own
but something changed this last week and it really changed when I was at Weeki
Wachee State Park it was it was my cheat day and I really didn’t overdo it in
fact for the entire day I consumed less than a thousand calories I didn’t even
drink a coke that day okay I just had some chicken tenders and fries with a
water and then later that night for dessert I had an ice cream cone and I
really I mean I didn’t do pizza I didn’t drink a six-pack of beer or anything my
cheat day was was very very minimal and I felt throughout the day I kept telling
myself you know yeah it’s a cheat day but I mean you worked so hard for six
days let’s not ruin it on the seventh day and that is what is changing right
now in my life is that this what’s going on here with eating healthy and removing
all the sugar and wheat and high carb stuff this is no longer temporary for me
I mean I’m still you know competing and trying to lose more weight than James in
this 90 day period but this is now a complete lifestyle change for me I’m no
longer thinking in my mind hey April first
tater tots pizza back to big fatty burgers and it’s delicious you wouldn’t
like it and all that stuff no that’s that’s that’s all gone from any feeling
inside me or or my mind I just don’t want it anymore in order for this to be
sustainable and in order for me to keep the weight off and live a healthier life
for years and years and years to come it has to be for everything there’s just no
way around it I mean sure I needed the whole 90 day thing to be able to
actually hold myself to it you know to keep myself in a strict guideline and
and competing everything but the truth of the matter is and the realization
I’ve come to is that these changes right now that I’m making they need to be
permanent okay and I can’t say that in any other better way than I just got
back in the movie theater I saw a doubleheader actually I saw a do little
and Dolby and followed right after that I saw the 1917
document not a documentary movie in Dolby I saw two movies and no popcorn no
soda I got a big bottle of water and a packet of low-carb cashew peanuts
cashews somebody said yeah and for only the second and third time here in 2020 i
sat in a theater watched a movie without popcorn and this time it worked really
really well you know I would just reach into the bag and grab a peanut eat a
peanut once every 30 seconds throughout the movie and it worked and it was fine
I actually did some research on the popcorn that’s at AMC theater you know
the plastic refillable tub of popcorn that I was refilling for years at one
movie yeah one tub of unbuttered popcorn is 1,100 calories and like 252 carbs and
I was getting refills sometimes once I realized that popcorn is just out of it
no more I mean I don’t even want it anymore I don’t care about it I smell it
and I don’t crave it I know how bad it is and I know how bad it was in my life
to have that habit of eating popcorn that I don’t have any desire for popcorn
anymore and I’m okay knowing that for the rest of my life I may never eat
popcorn again I’m sure I will on a special occasion but not in a regular
basis for sure and so everything is kind of being switched out for something else
that is sustainable long term there is no more short term thinking everything
is long term because I mean I’m dropping pounds I’m feeling better
I’m you know I’m not wheezy when I bend down to tie my shoes and all this and I
let’s just keep going let’s just see how far I can go
I’m gonna go more than thirty pounds I can almost guarantee you that by April
first when this is done I am going to lose over 30 pounds total in three
months I’m I’m pretty determined guys I really am in the meantime I will
continue to keep these updates going through every Wednesday for weight loss
Wednesday I’ll be checking out to see how James is doing over there with his
hiking and weight loss as well but I mean what you don’t see except for the
little clips I show of my workouts with the body boss and my aerobics with the
elliptical is my passion and my determination to make this work and you
know it up I’ll be honest with you these are some battles that I have fought in
the last few weeks how many times have I sat here and you know ate ate some
chicken with some spinach or something and then 15 minutes later I’m actually
on my phone looking to see if there’s a Domino’s and delivers and of course I
feel guilty just looking at the pizza I’m like are you kidding me Eric all
that work for nothing I mean I have not had a really bad one yet except for that
one cheat day where I ate like 2,000 calories and got bad heartburn heartburn
that’s the other thing now I’ve been treating chronic heartburn for over
eight years now with over the counter of MEP result 20 milligrams guys I don’t
have heartburn anymore I’m not even kidding you not only do I not have
heartburn anymore but I’ve been getting my blood pressure checked and monitoring
my blood pressure’s down and I no longer have heartburn I no longer have to treat
heartburn at all I don’t get heartburn and and I mean I when I first realized
this and put this together that I had stopped actually taking the pills and
then it just doesn’t happen anymore I mean how cool is that
I mean if that’s all I got out of this and didn’t lose a pound isn’t that worth
just making that lifestyle change so anyway I don’t want to bore you
completely I’m having fun hanging out with a friend here and I got to get back
on the road I would love to stop coughing I’m not
even kidding you I I was warned that this could be three weeks now people are
saying that it bronchitis can actually last two months I mean jeez that’s a lot
that’s a long time I’m water still drinking way over a gallon of water a
day that’s almost empty but I’ve also got my
little jugs in the fridge I like cold water better than room-temperature water
but when I’m working out it’s easier to stay
the gallon of water over there so I guess that’s pretty much my update sorry
no fun special effects with an angel or a devil this week but I got lots going
on and it’s still good news three more pounds so yes if you are shadowing James
and I on this weight loss challenge I hope everything is going well please
remind me and let me know in the comments below how your success is going
this first month because as we continue to almost wrap up the first month in
fact start a week for I’m excited okay so I will see you again for another
weight loss Wednesday next week bye guys
In September 1941, three German
panzer groups are marching on Moscow. The Soviet defense lines
are breached at Viazma, and over 650,000 soldiers and
officers are taken prisoners. Stubborn fighting continues at Mozhaysk,
Kaluga, and Borovsk. October 4, Hitler says, “Grand events are happening
at the Eastern Front now.” It’s important for him that
the Kwantung Army supported the Wehrmacht with a strike in the Far East. It would make the Russians’
situation hopeless. But Japan is in no rush. It’s preparing
to go to war against a new enemy, the USA. Star Media presents Aleksandr Domogarov, Shion Nakamaru Osamy Yamamoto, Andrey Rudensky Viktoriya Isakova, Andrey Leonov Yuliya Aug, Sergey Ginzburg Ivan Shibanov, Tatyana Kosmacheva Junsuke Kinoshita in Sergey Ginzburg’s RICHARD SORGE. MASTER SPY EPISODE 10 The second, crucial offense against Moscow
was given a codename Typhoon. The name, suggested by the Fuhrer,
reflects the spirit of the operation: swiftness, force, imminence. We’ve never used such
a battering ram before, neither in Europe nor in Russia. I must say,
the operation is being a success. The Russian troops are
virtually destroyed. There are just a few
battered divisions left. As you can see,
the days of this war are numbered. They are so quiet. Why do we need these
slanted-eyed Japanese now, when the East campaign is almost over? Any questions, ladies and gentlemen? We’d like to hear more about the terms,
Mr. Ambassador. When can we expect the operation
to be completed? I can give you the exact date. November 7. We are very glad to hear it,
Mr. Ambassador. They are silent.
We’ve left them in the dust. We admire our Arian brothers’
deeds on the battlefield. I’m certain that our nation,
the Yamato nation, will be prepared for resolute actions
when the time is right. When will it be right? Right after the courageous
German army takes over Moscow. Or at least Sverdlovsk.
It will happen after November 7, won’t it? Do you have something
else to tell the Fuhrer? Tell him our souls are
with our Arian brothers. -What do you have to say?
-I think it’s getting much clearer. I think quite the opposite. This cunning man Tojo
and the silent mummies Sugiyama and Doihara have finally
realized why we are rushing them to join the war. Why are we? It looks like we’re winning. On the map.
It always looks good on the paper. I didn’t want to upset you,
but now I’ll tell you. It’s top secret. Our troops are facing a vehement
resistance near Moscow. Every kilometer costs us whole divisions. The offense is losing steam.
And this is just the third day of Typhoon. Thank God it’s true that the Russians
have almost exhausted their resources. No soldiers, no weapons. Think what would happen if they redeploy
the Special Far East Army to Moscow. We can’t allow this to happen.
Why are these samurai pussyfooting around? The failed blitzkrieg and first march
on Moscow have made them cautious. Besides, winter is coming. Two months ago in this office
their foreign minister… Mr. Ambassador, you said it yourself. The Japanese have adopted
the Fuhrer’s diplomacy. And the Fuhrer says, “In politics, I don’t recognize any laws.
Politics is a game…” Enough.
Better tell me what we should do now. I think we should inform Berlin
about the real situation. No. No, no, and again, no. Whatever you say. You wanted an advice.
I gave it to you. Berlin will find out anyway.
If not from you, then from someone else. From Schlesinger, for example.
And then the Fuhrer might think… You’re right. It will be even worse. What am I to say? In short, something like “Japan can
start an offense at the Far East Front no earlier than the spring of 1942.” Come in. Hello, sir. I’m busy. Be brief. I request a permission for a naval
operation to capture the radio operator. Are you in the Navy now? No, sir. I’ve discussed it
with the coast guard commander. Tell me. I suggest we send radio detectors
mounted on vehicles along the beach and a motor boat with
portable detectors – to sea. We can drive him into our net, like fish.
We’ll definitely catch them. The boat wasn’t your idea, was it?
The coast guards must have suggested it. All right.
But I’ll be in charge of the operation. Our headquarters will be
not here but on this hill. And we’ll send two boats. Yes, sir. We’ve got a signal at the seaside. -March your people there.
-Platoon, line up! Our goal isn’t arresting the spies. We are to give information
to the units on the shore. We’ll wait until they get out of
the boat and take out the transmitter. Only then we can take them.
Keep radio contact. Yes, Major, sir! Execute! First unit, to the right! Second unit, to the left! On the double! -Search the coast. Don’t miss a thing!
-Yes, sir. The transmission has stopped. Get rid of the transmitter. Max, quick! Shall we keep listening? No sense. They won’t transmit anymore today.
They proved smarter than us. Turn around. Boss! Come on! Run! Run! Here! Quick! -Hello.
-Good night, sir. -Where are you coming from?
-I was fishing at sea. -Why so late?
-The fish are shy today. -No catch at all?
-A little. In the basket. Show me. -Do you want to buy some?
-No. -Did you see anything suspicious?
-No, nothing. We’re leaving. We have one transmitter left.
It’s not portable. If we work from the shop,
they’ll catch us in a couple days. OK. Tomorrow you go on air for
a short session to tell them that we’ll lie still until
we make a new transmitter. -We’ll keep in contact through couriers.
-OK. Let’s go. This is New York Times.
Do you know what it says? No. “A biblical miracle is needed to save the Russians
from resounding defeat… in a very short time.” They have buried us already. Shall we create a miracle
to spite these imperialists? So that they forgot about
their biblical miracles. Koba, what if this is a fake?
What if Sorge is mistaken? Look what it would mean: we redeploy
the Siberian divisions in Moscow, denuding the eastern border,
and that’s when the Japanese attack. They won’t. Koba, how can you be so sure? I know it from Him. Give an order to take Our Lady
of Kazan icon on a plane… and fly all over Moscow with it. Iosif… are you serious? Dead serious, Kliment. In October 1941,
troop trains are sent from the Far East. They are going to Moscow, where the fate
of the war hangs in the balance. The redeployment of ten Far East divisions
with a thousand of tanks and planes takes only three weeks. The Azabu district transmitter
has been detected more than once. Once we even encircled the area,
but they escaped. Max Klausen lives here. His ID was checked during
a raid in the area where the transmitter was working. He was in a car with Sorge. Don’t start it. If he transmits even for 10 seconds,
we’ll break in and find the radio. I’m tired of your stubborn stupidity. We won’t lose him again. Klausen isn’t a diplomat or a Nazi. Even if you make a mistake,
the Germans won’t raise a scandal. Go for it, but have it in mind:
if you don’t find anything, I’ll make sure they fire you. Yes, sir. Osaki! If you fail, you’d better act like
a true samurai and commit seppuku. I won’t fail. What’s up? OK. Moscow looks with understanding
upon the reduced radio sessions. They want us to confirm… the time and channels through
which we’ll contact them. When is the next session? In five minutes. Great. It will be our last time on air. -Richard asked us not to do that.
-Anna, it won’t take more than a minute. Let’s go. Sir! We have a signal. All on board! All on board! Faster! I’m coming! Who is it? Open the door! -Open up! It’s the police.
-I don’t speak Japanese. Please open the door, or we’ll break it. It must be a mistake. Please open the door. It’s the police. I’m coming. You should hand over the transmitter
and not waste your time. Officer, coffee? -Start the search.
-Yes, sir. You’re making a big mistake.
We don’t have any transmitter. -What’s this?
-A lamp. -A spare lamp for the radio set.
-They burn out all the time. -Did you find something?
-Nothing. -Keep looking.
-Yes, sir! Please come with us. It’s a misunderstanding. Come on. What are you do… Leave it! -Step aside.
-Come here! Look at what he’s done. Please get out of the way. Oh my God. It’s important documents! Look! Where are you taking this?
Why did you take the portrait? I won’t let it go! -Nothing.
-Let me go! You’ll answer for this. You’ve turned everything upside down, spoiled everything, and on top of
this vandalized our leader’s portrait. I’ll complain to our ambassador!
You’ll be punished! You’ll answer for this. Let’s go. I apologize on my own behalf
and on behalf of the Tokyo police. Tomorrow Kawai will report it
to our colonel and the department. He’ll demand our heads. If you want, I’ll take it upon myself,
will tell them it was my idea. We need to think,
prepare to the conversation with Kawai. There will be no conversation. -Which car are you riding in?
-I’ll walk. Do you have a light? Why are you here?
We have agreed: no meetings. There was a search at our place. -What?
-It’s OK. I checked. Nobody followed me. -We need to get rid of the radio.
-This would leave us without connection. We can use other channels.
Have you brought the reference book? -Yes.
-Give it to me. -May I?
-Come in. What is it? A package from Gestapo on your request. Let’s see it. Maybe they have something
for our scribbler. -My intuition never lets me down.
-Anything interesting? Interesting? Sorge is screwed! -And so is Ott.
-Is it that serious? Look. Sorge’s mother was Nina Kobeliova.
A Russian! All his files say she was German. It gets even better. His granduncle Friedrich Adolf Sorge… was one of the founding fathers
of the First International, Karl Marx’s secretary! So maybe Richard himself… You’re so smart, Klaus. Richard Sorge, member of the German
Communist party since 1924. How did he get here? How did he go through
the security clearance? I think we should ask this
parvenu Schellenberg about it. He was the one who cleared him. It’s a scandal.
Shall I order to arrest Sorge immediately? No way! What if good old Ott proves
to be another Communist? -Report to me on his every step.
-Yes, sir. -Good morning, Colonel.
-Hello. Take a seat. There will be a grand reception
at the President’s palace tonight. I’m going to see my daughter.
She has just given birth to my grandson. -Congratulations, sir.
-Go to the reception instead of me. To tell the truth, I hate socializing. Your Lieutenant was here with a report. He complained that you’re working nights.
Have some rest. -I don’t need it. I’m not tired.
-Whatever you say. I understand. Remember, my son.
A samurai can’t die before his enemy does. Hello. Good evening. Hello, Richard. Good evening. She’s charming. Did you hear the news? -What news?
-We’ve taken Orel. Congratulations. That’s wonderful. I think it won’t be a month before
Moscow falls. Did you like Moscow? They say it’s beautiful. I don’t know. I’ve never been. Funny. Somehow I thought… OK. I’ll leave you alone.
You look beautiful. -What a nasty man. I hate him.
-Don’t mind him. I’m sorry. Mr. Sorge. Let me introduce myself.
Major Osaki, Tokyo police. Nice to meet you. I need to talk to you confidentially
in your reporter’s capacity. It’ll take you five minutes. All right. I have information that
might interest you. -It’s quieter here.
-I’m listening. I have learned something
about foreign spies in Tokyo. -Does it interest you as a journalist?
-Of course. Richard? Excuse me. I’ll be right back. -What are you up to?
-Nothing. It’s work. I don’t believe you. Please leave me alone.
You are a gentleman, after all. Can you believe he said that?
I need to put the squeeze on him. Excuse me. I have a surprise for you. Hello, Richard. You are forgetting us! Hello, Frau Ott. When did you come back? Don’t let Richard get bored.
I’ll be right with you. Why did you come back?
I thought we had made a decision. I know, Richard. I can’t help it. I overestimated myself. This isn’t the place to talk about it. Remember our apartment? -I’ll be there tomorrow from two to six.
-I’ll come. Hanako. I told you to leave me alone. I’m addressing you
in my official capacity. Call me in for interrogation, then.
I won’t talk to you. -I’m on a secret mission.
-You’re insane. You live with German citizen
Richard Sorge. He’s associated with the enemies
of Germany, spies, and traitors. You can help your country. I already said that,
and I’ll say it again: I don’t trust you. This is about Helma Ott. What does she have to do with it? According to our information,
she is the foreign resident spy. Sorge is only a weapon in her hands.
She’s a dangerous woman. She uses men for her espionage mission. First her husband and then Sorge.
She has a shady past. What do you mean? Sorge must have a hiding place or a safe
in his house or some other place. I’m sure you know where it is. Take the documents that are in it
and bring them to us. Even if for a couple hours. We aren’t after your German guy. Just her. It would be good for you, too. If we arrest her,
your lover will stay with you. I won’t do that. Sorry, I’m late. Eugen invited some Italians,
and I had to entertain them. They went to the beach
after having a drink. I’ve been thinking about the kids,
Eugen, and my life a lot. I realized everything is
meaningless without you. The kids will understand.
We can go somewhere, you and I. I don’t care where to, if it’s with you. You… Why are you looking at me like this? We can’t do that. -German embassy. Hello.
-Good evening. Excuse me, I wanted… What do you want? I… I wanted to… -Can I talk to Mr. Sorge?
-Mr. Sorge isn’t here. I haven’t seen him since this morning. Since morning? Oh. -I see. Thank you.
-Not at all. Goodbye. Hi, darling. I know, I know. First I was at the embassy
at a meeting with Ott, then at the editor’s office,
writing an article. I dropped by at the theater.
They have a late show tonight. We can still make it. Thank you… sir. It’s Richard. Say it. Richard. Richard. I need to be at work early.
Let’s go tomorrow. You aren’t mad at me? No. I’m not. OK. Tomorrow, then. I’ll go do some work before bed, OK? I’ll be home around six.
I’ll book us tickets on my way home. Chaplin movies are banned in Berlin,
but here they still screen them. Thanks.
I promise you we’ll have a good laugh. Yes, sir. -Richard.
-Richard. Here’s everything you asked for. I need to put it back by five. Bring it to the restaurant by 4:30. Hanako. You have nothing to blames yourself for.
You did the right thing.
German troop trains are being
pulled in to the Soviet border. Rommel’s fighter planes are flying
over Soviet cities at a height beyond the reach of the Russian planers. Hitler reassures Stalin:
all this is being done to trick the Brits. May 1, a military parade
is held on the Red Square. Wehrmacht representatives are invited. Stalin wants to impress his friends
with the Soviets’ military might. However,
Hitler understands as well as he does that the Soviets aren’t ready for a war. In a year’s time, though…
He needs to hurry. Star Media presents Aleksandr Domogarov, Shion Nakamaru Osamy Yamamoto, Andrey Rudensky Viktoriya Isakova, Andrey Leonov Yuliya Aug, Sergey Ginzburg Ivan Shibanov, Tatyana Kosmacheva Junsuke Kinoshita in Sergey Ginzburg’s RICHARD SORGE. MASTER SPY EPISODE 8 Comrade Stalin, I request to withdraw
from Berlin our ambassador Dekanozov who keeps bombarding me with the fakes
about Hitler’s intent to invade the USSR. General Tupikov, our military attach? in Berlin, informs me of the same thing, referring to his sources
in the German army HQ. This idiot tells me three Wehrmacht armies will start
the offense against Moscow very soon. Tell this Tupikov to tell
his source to go to hell. It’s not a source; it’s a disinfo agent. Comrade Stalin, the information
about Hitler’s intent to attack us has been coming from various sources. -Like what?
-Agents Foreman, Clark, Ramsay. Ramsay!
This just confirms that it’s a fake. Do you think we don’t know
what he’s been up to? Drinking! Recently he had got into
an accident on his bike while being drunk. He got drunk, crushed his bike,
and started talking bullshit. It was an accident. He had a heart attack. I don’t want to hear
another word about it. Hitler of course is an opportunist, but he’s not as stupid
as fighting on two fronts. He needs the Middle East oil. Iran! That’s where he’s going. What happened? You were talking and
moaning in your sleep. So I came to you. You don’t seem to get better. Yes. It’s been a month since the accident. Have some tea. Come on. Thanks. Tell me, why do you want me? You could marry a nice man and be happy. I’d better go to Mihara. The volcano? Why? Those rejected by people they love kill
themselves by jumping into its crater. You weren’t rejected. I love you. And I want you to be happy. Tell me…
What if I didn’t survive that accident? What would you do then? I wouldn’t go on living. I feel good when I’m with you. Newspapers! Fresh newspapers! Max. Take a look.
I think it might interest you. What’s this? Schlesinger wants me to write a report
to his bosses in Berlin for him. This is the part about the German
and Japanese intelligences cooperation. This is the most important paragraph: the specifications for
the new Siemens detectors. Fascinating. It’s not just fascinating.
It’s a question of life and death. -Can I keep it?
-No. It’s classified, Max. Read this and tell me
if we can trick them. Are you riding the bike again?
It’s dangerous! -I’ll be careful. I came to pick you up.
-I’ll be done in a minute. OK. Richard. I need you on some business. Schellenberg is a green boy. Mueller and I… The file I gave you is top secret.
Don’t tell anyone. Do you think I’m drunk? You need to watch out for Ott. Go away! Did you know Ott was hanging
around with this Schleicher? Yes. Did you also know that Schleicher was
a part of a conspiracy against Hitler and was shot like a dog? Yes. You know everything. You should be with the Gestapo.
It’s an interesting job. You know, Paul, I prefer being a reporter. Icha, listen to me. Listen to me well and then
pretend I didn’t say it. The war will start this Sunday. Ott has no information about it. Ott! Everybody has their sources. Nine divisions! 150 armies! They are on the Russian border. It’s a war, Richard.
Don’t tell anyone, though. It’s serious, Richard! That’s it. Can I go, Paul? Yes. You can. -Do you have a light?
-I don’t smoke. Sorry. -Have you read the TASS information?
-Not yet. What’s in it? “TASS is authorized to declare that
the rumors of Germany invading the USSR are groundless.” What? He didn’t believe us again! We’ve been informing the Center to
the opposite for the last three months. Maybe it’s just a trick
to distract the enemy. A trick? “By the USSR data, Germany has been
following the letter of the Treaty as well as the Soviet Union. Thus, the rumors of the attempts
to break the Treaty and to attack the Soviet Union
are absolutely groundless.” Why? Why don’t they trust us? If they didn’t they
wouldn’t let us stay here. Maybe there is something we don’t know. It’s so beautiful! So pretty! Anna, you look great in it. I’d buy you the most expensive
jewelry every day if I could. Every day is too much.
Every other day is fine with me. Just a minute. Hi, Richard. What do I owe the pleasure? I was just passing by. I’ve got paid for a big order and
wanted to do something for Anna. I see. Can I talk to you for a minute? Richard, life goes on. We need to move on. You’re right.
Life goes on, but the financing doesn’t. All we have left is whatever
you and I make. To hell with all that. We’re working here!
Getting heart attacks! We risk our lives,
and they don’t trust us. -Why go on, Richard?
-You’re a Communist. Richard, it’s my money.
I earned it with my own two hands. With my head.
I spend days and nights at the shop. Your shop was bought with
the Soviet Union’s money. Hi, Richard. -Hi.
-Hey, Anna. My darling, I’m so grateful to you.
But you know what? You’ll buy me this necklace, you will. Just not this time. OK? You think we don’t understand, Richard?
We do. But all this horror,
these talks about war, the Center’s mistrust… We’re human, and life goes on. We keep working,
no matter whether they hear us or not. We need to do what we need to do.
There will be even more work. Do you have information? Yes, but it hasn’t been confirmed yet. What? The war? Yes. The war. -Our courier was burned.
-Wait. Don’t jump to conclusions. We need to call Richard. -I’m listening.
-Hello. Richard. Yes. Listen, I’ve been shopping for an hour,
but I can’t find your favorite cigars. Don’t worry. It’s fine.
We’ll think of something. All right. Weird. So much is at stake,
and he stays calm. Nice figurine.
It’s a shame we had to ruin it. I bought it at a Ginza antiques shop. I don’t know what caught my eye. It’s good at keeping secrets. A courier will be here in two weeks.
We can send the information through him. Guys, in two weeks this information
won’t be worth a dime. We need to pass it now. Richard, I’d be happy to go. But Japan closed the borders
after the war had been declared. I know, Anna. I know.
But what shall we do? We can radio part of the information. It would take us two weeks,
considering its size. Max, what are you talking about? It’s out of the question. We need to find a courier. I was at Das Rheingold,
so I know your Japanese girl is at work. Helma… I’m very sorry. You’re a free man.
You have nothing to apologize for. No, I’m really sorry. What happened between us was
just a bout of romantics. We wanted to go back to our youth. I’m glad we tried. Believe me, I was happy.
For the first time in years. Richard, I came to say goodbye.
I’m leaving to Berlin. -Berlin?
-Yes. Nothing’s holding me back here. What’s there for you in Berlin? You’re forgetting that my kids are there. You said they had lives of their own. Yes. And both of them want their lives
to be connected with this bloody war. I’m so scared for them. Especially my son.
Of course I should be with them now. Maybe I’ll be able to stop them from doing
stupid things young people so often do. Are you going by plane? No. You know I’m aviaphobic. I’ll go by sea.
First to Shanghai, then home. I’ll have to spend a whole day
in this horrible Shanghai. I have lots of friends there,
one of them a really close one. He can meet you and take care
of you there if you want. It would be great.
If I won’t be a burden, of course. Not at all. He’ll be glad to meet you. By the way, could you take this figurine for him? He’s… a collector, and I just stumbled upon this thingy. I will. Goodbye. Goodbye, Icha. Try to be happy. Sir, I asked you for materials
on this German reporter, Sorge. You promised to grant my request. It has been a while,
but I haven’t gotten it yet. A German reporter?
I forbade you to mention it again. You need to understand:
this is none of our business. I don’t want you to get
involved in this bullshit. Besides, so much time has passed. I need to prove it to myself,
to defend my good name. I was so close to exposing him, but Lt.
Colonel Kawai intruded and messed it up. Besides, he spoke disrespectfully
about your department and, forgive me saying that, about yourself. What did he say about me? I don’t want to repeat it. I always knew Kawai was a bastard. Sir, I’ll repeat my request: please give an order to give me the file
without any bureaucratic acrimony. I want to prove that we were right. All right.
I’ll make sure you get the information. It’s the last day of the Bon Festival. It seems weird to the European. You’re honoring the spirits of the dead, but everyone is dancing,
singing, and having fun. We don’t see it as weird. Traditionally,
we believe that the spirits of our dead float away along the river,
following these lanterns. And then the soul comes
back in a new physical shell. That’s smart. There’s nothing to be sad about, then. Why are there these double lanterns? It’s for married couples or lovers,
which isn’t necessarily the same thing. I’m sure our spirits will be on one float,
too, when we’re dead. It’s too early for us to think about it. The only thing I disagree with Fuhrer
about is that smoking is decadence and the Indians’ revenge on the
white people for the firewater. Yes. The fight against smoking in Germany
has become somewhat unhealthy. You know, Hitler banned his
staff from smoking at work. I heard about it.
But a soldier at war can’t help smoking. I heard they had great
tobacco in the Crimea. So, it’s happening. Yes. -When?
-June 22. On Sunday. Why Sunday? Didn’t you know? The Fuhrer makes
all major decisions on Sundays. He believes in the special
meaning of dates and numbers. Sunday is his lucky day. I gave an order to the embassy staff
to come to the office on Saturday’s night. Germany will attack
the Soviet Union in three days. June 22, at 4 a.m. -Max, start the transmission.
-Yes. Just a second. -OK.
-Are you ready? Yes. Major. A new radio transmitter’s signal has
just been detected in the downtown. We detect them by the dozen every day.
What caught your attention? Judging by the signature, it’s the operator we were
looking for last year. In case you don’t remember,
he fell down a rock. According to the brass,
he was an American. I’m sorry, sir, but it’s the same man. He’s trying to disguise his signature,
but it doesn’t work. I recognized him. Are you sure? -Where is the signal coming from?
-Azabu district. The city center?
We need to act covertly in this case. Let’s use backpack detectors. Alert your
regimen. We’re marching out immediately. Yes, sir. Max. Relax. Get a grip. You’ll out yourself
with your signature. Calm down. Sir, we have the signal. All aboard! We’re leaving. All aboard! Our time slot ends in a minute, Max. Why doesn’t Moscow reply?
Where is the confirmation? Why this radio silence? We’ll send it one more time.
We’ll keep doing it until they hear us. -Are you ready?
-Yes. -Are you ready?
-Yes. Standing by for your order. Are you in contact with Platoons 1 and 2? Yes, sir. -Let’s start.
-Yes, sir. Get in! Move it! Move it! Nothing at the reserve frequency, either. We need to transmit it once again. It’s dangerous. We might get caught. Hundreds of thousands people’s
lives are at stake, Max. We need to make sure we get heard. Yes. Why don’t they answer? I don’t know, Max. We need to leave, Ramsay.
The police is coming. -Dismantle it, quick.
-Quick! Quick! Boss, go! An urgent report from Ramsay.
What shall we answer? Nothing. Place it under the Dubious label. “Citizens of the Soviet Union! Today at four o’clock in the morning, without declaring war, German forces… invaded our country…” “In the early hours of June 22,
the German troops went into the offensive along the whole European front
against the Bolshevist Russia.” We’ve warned Moscow in time. Why was the USSR caught unawares? Why don’t the German meet
with next to no resistance? Moscow probably didn’t believe us. The Center doesn’t come into contact. We’re on our own, Hazumi. Why? I don’t know. I don’t see any reason to keep working.
We need to disband the group. What? Richard, what are you saying? They didn’t trust us too far before,
either. Don’t worry. Only a couple of people know you exist. Still, we need to clean it up. So we took the risk in vain. Now, when they need us more than ever,
they are throwing us into a gutter. Is this what we dreamed about? I don’t believe it. And I won’t give up. You convinced me once to make a choice. This fight became my life. Is it lost now? I don’t have an answer to this. Ladies and gentlemen. I propose a toast to the
victory of the German weapon. -Cheers!
-Cheers. It’s good that the Fuhrer
decided to punish the Russians. How many times did he talk
about the Black Sea coast and the oil we need so much. The Russians wouldn’t budge.
They had it coming. Now we’ll take it by force. Richard, the say the Black Sea beaches
are beautiful. Did you know? Listen! What do you know about Russia? It will make mincemeat of us, and it will be right in doing so. Richard! Stop pretending you’re Russian.
It doesn’t suit you. Come on. Come on! Let’s drink to the German
victory and the Fuhrer and go to sleep. You’ve had too much to drink. Wait. Richard. You don’t believe me? To hell with you! Gentlemen, come on. This isn’t the first time
you see him drunk. It’s OK. Hanako, play a merry tune for us. Gentlemen! My fellow countrymen! The Germans! I want to drink to our Fuhrer,
to the leader of the German nation! To the German victory! Cheers. Cheers! -To the Fuhrer!
-Cheers! Let’s go to bed. I missed you. -I’m sorry. I don’t feel well.
-Do you need a doctor? A doctor? No, I don’t need a doctor.
Go to bed. Good night. Eugen! Eugen! I’ll show you! Eugen! I need to talk to you. Let me in! Eugen! Richard. -Where is your husband?
-He’s asleep. What do you want? -Wake him up. I need to talk to him.
-Please don’t shout. Germany will… Germany will lose this war. Don’t yell. Please be quiet.
You’ll wake up everybody. You need to tell him
Germany will lose this war. Russia is the only country with a future.
Hitler will break his neck… Hush! Quiet. You can’t say such things.
You’re drunk. Yes, I’m drunk. Please go home.
Your Japanese lady is waiting for you. Helma! Helma! Helma! These Nazi swine… they will be sorry. This war will kill me.
Star Media presents Aleksandr Domogarov, Shion Nakamaru Osamy Yamamoto, Andrey Rudensky Viktoriya Isakova, Andrey Leonov Yuliya Aug, Sergey Ginzburg Ivan Shibanov, Tatyana Kosmacheva Junsuke Kinoshita in Sergey Ginzburg’s RICHARD SORGE. MASTER SPY EPISODE 9 In the early hours of Sunday, June 22,
the German troops cross the Soviet border without declaring a war. They start the offense along
the frontline of 3,000 km. On the first day,
the Red Army suffers enormous losses. Having gained the air supremacy, the Germans are destroying fuel,
ammunition, military machinery. Surprisingly for the German headquarters,
the Russians resist them vehemently. They fight to the last man, but are unable
to slow down the enemy’s progress. It takes the Germans only
six days to reach Minsk. This clears the way for them to Vitebsk,
Smolensk, and further to Moscow. Moscow says that Germany
had attacked the Soviet Union without declaring a war. But it’s not true. The Kremlin did know! What does it matter now? Yes, guys, it’s a horrible day. But we keep working no matter what. Turn on the transmitter.
I need to contact the Center. I think they have enough on their plate. It’s important for me. It’s important for all of us.
Start the transmission. “We send our best wishes
in these hard times. Our group will continue doing
the necessary work. Ramsay.” The operator has reduced
the number of sessions and has changed location
three times in one day. We can’t detect him even
with the new detectors. I see. Take it up a notch to keep up with him. I suppose the operator knows
about our new detectors. It was a secret operation.
Only the top commandment knows about it. Do you think there’s a
traitor in our midst? Wait! Do you suspect me? I don’t make any accusations. It’s not my place. It was just a theory. I don’t need your theories.
I need your reports on the situation. I’ll be the one to make
decisions and draw conclusions. -Is that clear?
-Yes, sir! Mr. Colonel, please. After you. This German Sorge was seen near
the detected signal location. I have no doubts he is a Russian resident. Why don’t you report this to Kawai? I saw Sorge with Kawai. They are friends. My report would go straight
to the garbage bean. Maybe Kawai is the German’s informant. I want to conduct a secret
search at Sorge’s house. -I’ll need your help.
-I’m ready. -It’s illegal. They might fire us.
-I’m with you. I wouldn’t mind to get into her bed.
In fact, a bed is optional. Why are our women acting like whores? Jumping into Germans and Americans beds. You don’t know first thing about women,
you punk. Wrap it up. Let’s go. Hanako-san! You startled me again.
I didn’t expect to see you. I was going to tell you…
You can’t keep seeing this German. -Are you following me?
-Sorge is a Soviet spy. Is this how you take revenge
on your rival? How unmanly. Believe me, it’s true. Stay away from him. -Get your hands off me.
-Listen. It’s not right. Let me pass. He’s a lying bastard. You don’t deserve to polish his boots.
Loser! I don’t want to see you ever again. Sir! Can I come in? Come in. I’ve made you tea, sir. I don’t want you to call me sir. OK… sir. Richard. Come on, say it. Richard. How did that girl use to call you? It doesn’t matter. Rich… Richard, you promised. You said you’d tell me about her. I met her in 1919 in Berlin…
at the hospital. She used to call me… “my soldier.” This rookie and I were in an assault.
I think his name was Mueller. The Russians were spraying
us with howitzer fire. So we were running in short bursts
from one shell crater to another. When we had climbed out of another crater,
there came a blast wave. He fell, and I fell on him. When I recovered,
my head was on Mueller’s ass. I felt a horrible smell.
“Mueller, did you shit yourself?” He says, “Yes,
back when the assault began.” It had been at least an hour! This is your workplace. They bring all the injured here,
and then the doctor comes. Take care of him. Why him? I’m older and more handsome. -Sergeant Major… whatever your name is.
-Klotz. Klotz. I’ll take care of you.
Take off your pants. Why do I always end up with older women?
I remember this time near Rivne… If you keep talking, I’ll make it hurt. -I’m Richard.
-Helma. Are you new here? Don’t worry.
Everybody is scared of blood at first. Helma, I won’t mind if you make it hurt.
I’m used to it. Helma. Helma! So you met her in a funny way. Do you want me to get rid of this picture? No. Those who are fighting the past
are afraid of the future. I’m not afraid. This woman isn’t in my heart. You are. Here. This is for you. Open it. I’m sorry. You’re with me.
It’s the only thing that matters. It has been over 30 days since our
offense against the Bolsheviks started. We can’t say those were easy days. The war makes us destroy everything
created and built by the Soviets. In spite of all hardships,
our army continues to advance. The whole world is listening to this news. -Did you hear about our success?
-Yes. Our tanks are already in Orel.
It’s 340 km from Moscow. One week. -Are you sure?
-Two, at the longest. The Fuhrer said two days ago,
addressing the troops. “This is the last and most
crucial battle of this year.” Moscow is the heart of Russia. If we take it,
the USSR will cease to exist. Napoleon had taken Moscow before.
What came out of it? Nothing good. But Napoleon was French.
We are German. Do you believe Japan will join
the war against Russia soon? I don’t know. I don’t know. I wish I did. In the fall of 1941, Kyiv, Odesa,
Kharkiv, Donetsk, Smolensk, Orel, Briansk are controlled by the invading army. Leningrad is under siege. Tokyo closely follows
the progression of events. Minister Matsuoko says, “It’s a perfect moment for taking
Siberia and the Far East.” A 700,000 Kwantung Army is deployed
at the Manchuria border. One order,
and it will go into the offensive. In this case, the Soviet Union is doomed. Lenin had left us with a great country,
and we pissed it away. If Japan joins the war, it will be bad. It’s a hard situation. What is this German doing in Tokyo? Is there any information? Not yet. But the group is working on it. Let them hurry up. Tell them Moscow needs them
to take in the situation in two weeks’ time. From what Ramsay is reporting, the Japanese don’t know
who to go to war against yet. They are cunning! They are trying to dupe
me both Hitler and me. This decision has been made a long time
ago, and I want to know what it is. Tell Ramsay. First of all we need to know if Japan
is able to attack the Soviet Union. Branko, I need you to find
out through your connections what the US and Great Britain’s embassies
know about Japan’s fuel supplies. I think they don’t have much,
especially for the land forces. Ergo, the empire isn’t ready
for a long-term continental war. The change of the Nazi pace in the Eastern
Front means it won’t be a blitzkrieg. The Japanese economy
can’t support a long war. I admire you, Richard. All this fanfares and talks
about the Axis and brotherhood… But in the end,
everything depends on oil, right? Yes, strange as it may seem. Max. I need you to send this to the Center.
Make it a short session. I offer a toast to Great Britain. Rule Britannia! -Vukelic, are you French?
-Croatian. Same difference. We Englishmen have always
been beating the French. -The Frenchmen are cowards.
-Let’s drink to it. He’ll never beat us. We’re the empire. Hitler is a soap bubble. He’ll deflate under our pressure. I’m telling you this
as a military attache. What does he want? This information comes from Invest. In addition to the Gigolo reports, it confirms the information
we had sent before. By the way, Max,
has Moscow confirmed the addresses? Yes. Two in Berlin, one in Beijing,
and one in New York. Great. We need to send
them tomorrow morning. No, let Anna do that. You and I will
compile a report and contact Moscow. Mr. Ambassador? Mr. Ambassador looks baffled today. I’d like to drink in front of this map
to the German victory. Yes, but still? You’re right. I’ll never stop
admiring your shrewdness, Richard. I wish I could be like that. -No, thanks.
-Your heart? Don’t mind me. I don’t feel too well. -Do you need a doctor?
-No. I got a coded message
from the Fuhrer’s HQ today. They want us to inform the Japanese
high brass about our success near Moscow. Urgently. Why are they in such a rush? I got a cable from
Reichschancellor yesterday. Ribbentrop wants us to
convince the Japanese they should go to war
against the Russians. You said the Wehrmacht
wanted to win alone, unwilling to share the credit. Times change. Does the Fuhrer want to make
a gift to the Japanese? You’re naive sometimes, my friend. At present, we need the Japanese to contain the Far East Special Army
to prevent them from redeploying it or a part of it to Moscow. It’s a well-organized army seasoned
in the battles of Khasan and Khalkhyn Gol. But the Japanese have a non-aggression
treaty with the Russians. A treaty! So did we. The Japanese can relate
to our diplomatic principles. A glass of water. Thank you. Coffee. Fuhrer once said, “I pursue a policy of violence
without caring about the means, the morals, or a code of honor. I don’t recognize any laws in politics. Politics is a game where anything goes. The rules change according
to the players’ skills.” What do you think about it? I say this quote…
is worthy of the Fuhrer. It’s a corner stone of his diplomacy. We are expecting a visit
from defense minister Tojo, General Honjo, and General Doihara. I expect a lot from this meeting.
It will finally give us all the answers. Dr. Sorge? I’m glad to see you.
It’s been ages. -Mr. Klausen, please join me.
-Thank you. Tea for this gentleman. It’s always either too cold or
too hot here. I’d love some beer. But here even sake is served warm. It’s urgent. Don’t send it from home,
it’s too dangerous. Go on a picnic with Branko.
Anna will make you delicious sausage. Your business is doing so well,
Mr. Klausen. If not for my love for journalism,
I’d become your companion. You can do both. We should think about it. Let’s do it. I need to run.
Reporters live by their legs, as they say. -Allow me to foot the bill.
-Well, thank you. -It was nice to see you.
-You, too. Thank you. Hello. Tea? What’s in the report? I haven’t looked yet. I don’t understand. Where did it… What? The wallet… with the report. When was the last time you saw it? When I was paying the cab driver.
Then I put it in my pocket. You probably missed it. What was in it? Two hundred yens, driver’s license,
a business card, and… Max! The driver will take the wallet
to the police, and then… OK. Stay at home. Lock all the doors
and let your employees go home. I’ll try to do something about it. Branko. Please don’t tell Richard. How? Maks. You have to go to the police.
We need to get ahead of them. Hello, officer. I was told you
were in charge of the lost items. Have you lost something? My wallet. In a cab. File a report at the office. You know… It’s a sensitive matter. You see… My wife… If she finds out…
She already calls me… Never mind. If you could… As soon as the cabbie brings it… If you could personally… You know. Of course.
My wife would make me commit seppuku. This is my card. Give me a call.
I’d be very grateful. I’ll call you. I promise. Thank you. Goodbye. What if that fatso decides
to look inside the wallet? What will he see? A note in English? You’re a businessman. You might
have business with an English firm. Max. Relax. Don’t worry about it. Max, I’m begging you, go to bed. This is the end. Anna! Hide!
No, better escape through the back door. Yes. Go to Richard.
He’ll think of something. Go! -Max, relax!
-I’ll get it. No, no! Go! Go! Max! Hello. I thought it would be a shame
if your wife turned you out of the house in such weather. What do I owe you for the delivery?
Yes, of course. Is it about that tiny note in your wallet?
From a fair English lady? -I can understand you.
-You’re very smart, officer. Thank you. Goodbye. Goodbye. Bye. I thought a squadron of the Japanese
would jump out at us and… I’m glad it turned out well. Maks? Maks? Maks! Hi, Richard. Hi. Don’t get up. So, heart attacks are all the rage,
it seems. Falling into pieces, huh? What was in the report I had lost? Invest informs about a meeting
at the prime minister’s. Japanese military can’t come
to an agreement about the direction of the major strike: south or west. Wait. Maks. What are you doing? -Max?
-Just a second. Are you out of your mind? Are you? I’ll send it from here. -Richard?
-Easy, easy. It’s OK. Do you realize what it might mean for you? If we make it short,
they won’t have time to detect it. Richard, it’s crazy. Anna, we have to. It’s a war, and we are
on the battle lines. This battle has lasted for 11 years. Anna. Anna? Bring the equipment. This is Klausen, for starters.
We don’t know about his past yet. His passport is new. We don’t know where he
got the starting capital. He came to the bank with cash.
His business prospers. This is Tagaki.
We don’t know what he does for his living. We need to record Klausen’s
phone conversation. Also, place a round-the-clock
lookout at Tagaki’s house. Yes. Got it. Yes, sir. That’s it. I made it in time. We can’t keep shortening the sessions. Sooner or later,
the newest detectors will find us. What do you suggest? Changing locations. Going out of the city,
to the next prefecture. It’s dangerous.
There can be roadside inspections. You need rest because
of your heart anyway. -What do you suggest?
-I don’t know. When I was transported here,
they brought me by sea via Korea. First on a boat and then a motor boat. This man talked to people on the shore
on the radio. He said it was absolutely safe. One can’t detect a transmitter at sea. Wait for us behind
that cape in three hours. OK. Sir, we have detected
that transmitter again. -Are you sure?
-Yes. It’s the same signature. -Do you have the location?
-Yes. It came from the see. I see. Come on. This is the complete report on the
surveillance subject for yesterday. The most interesting part was the night. Sorge, Klausen,
and a Japanese man went fishing. Interestingly,
they bought the fish in advance. Did they have something
looking like a transmitter? I’m not sure. If we could come closer…
But there was this Japanese. There were the detectors, too.
You’re probably right. I need proof. I’m expecting a report
on Klausen and the Japanese. We need to find out who these people are. Pay the bill. Hey, you! Bring me some scotch.
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The Red Army is trying
to exhaust the enemy near Moscow. The divisions that had arrived from
the Far East have played their role. The capital’s defense
has been strengthened. Soon the commander of German’s Second Army
Heinz Guderian will write, “The Moscow offensive failed, in spite of our gallant soldiers’
sacrifices and efforts.” A radical turn will
come in early December. The Soviet troops will
launch a counteroffensive. The threat to the capital
will be finally eliminated. Star Media presents Aleksandr Domogarov, Shion Nakamaru Osamy Yamamoto, Andrey Rudensky Viktoriya Isakova, Andrey Leonov Yuliya Aug, Sergey Ginzburg Ivan Shibanov, Tatyana Kosmacheva Junsuke Kinoshita in Sergey Ginzburg’s RICHARD SORGE. MASTER SPY EPISODE 11 -Paul?
-Richard? Come in. They told me you were looking for me. Yes. Bring the wineglasses. What happened? The Japanese have just
announced that the Russians had redeployed their
Far East troops to Moscow. It can’t be! It’s physically impossible
for the Russians to bring their troops from Siberia. However, it’s a fact. One might think that the Russians
have insiders in the Japanese HQ and know
very well that they are safe. Maybe they do.
Their intelligence isn’t that bad. You know more about it than I do, though. If I worked in Kempeitai,
it wouldn’t have happened. I’d establish that the leak can
come not only from the Japanese HQ but also from here,
from the German embassy. Ambassador Ott or a close friend of his, with whom he shares
classified information. You are so imaginative.
You could be a writer. Why don’t we write a spy novel
and split the royalties? What would it be about? Here’s a plot. The protagonist,
an SD Standartenführer, finds out that his friend is working for the enemy. I don’t know where it will go from there.
Maybe you have some ideas. You’re an expert in intelligence,
after all. Actually, it’s quite simple.
I don’t envy the traitor. But the plot thickens. The protagonist had once
given his traitor friend a top-secret file.
If his ex-friend is arrested, they’ll find it during
the search and might think that the protagonist
and the spy are working together. Can you help me move the story forward?
Think about it, Paul. Tell me if you come up with something. I promise it’ll be a bestseller. May I? I’ve delivered the package
to Hanako Isiya. What did she say? Nothing. Do you need help? Go home. You need to have some
decoding experience to do this job. In Manchukuo, during the border incident,
I used to code messages by the hundred. -Go home.
-Yes, sir. We have virtually no chance
to get out of this safely. Our counterintelligence head became
a frequent guest at the embassy. Otto told me the Japanese
would soon find the transmitter they’d been chasing for a while. I’ll say it again: you need to
leave Japan as soon as possible. I’ll take care of the others.
Well, as they say in Russia, let’s drink the last one for the road. Richard, but we are… Branko. We’ve done everything
in our power. Or even more. Troop trains are going to Moscow
from the Far East. Let’s drink to it. I’m glad I had a chance to work with you.
You’re an amazing person. You sound like you’re giving me a eulogy.
Don’t. I’m still alive. Breaking up! And yes, I’m an ordinary
person. It’s just that the road I took proved to be the only right and just one.
After my first war, I came to hate all wars. Even if I
didn’t have any principles by then, this hatred alone would be enough
for me to become a communist. I’ve done everything I could. I don’t regret anything
and am ready for everything. Did you like the movie? So-so. I prefer comedies. Next time we’ll watch Charlie Chaplin.
You know, I like the Japanese cinema. It has less propaganda than the German
one and less cynicism than the American. It was a stupid story.
Not a bit interesting. I think you don’t get it. Wait. By the way,
you and the heroine have much in common. It wasn’t the rusty bus that was
holding them together but the road. They share this road. But they keep going in circles. I lied to you yesterday.
I wasn’t at the embassy or the newspaper. I met with Helma. She wanted… Doesn’t matter. I only met with her to say one word: no. What? Why are you crying?
Don’t. Don’t cry. I had long been thinking I’d
never met a person I could trust. I realized too late I had met you.
You have to trust me. Now, now. I have too many secrets in my life.
I don’t want to keep anything from you. Ramsay. His code name is Ramsay. -His code name is Ramsay.
-Ramsay? What does it mean? I think he’ll tell us fairly soon. We’ve
found out there are three more agents. The first one, Gigolo,
is probably a reporter. It says here he wrote two
articles about Liushkov. Who is Liushkov? The Russian turncoat.
The other agent, Joe, has access to papers in the prime-minister’s office.
We need to find out who can be that close, and whether they have connections with
the communists. You deal with those two. -I’ll take the third agent, a painter.
-Yes, sir. Why are you so sad? What’s up? I saw you with Helma at the reception.
She was holding your hand. Hanako, I’ve already told you
all about it. Stop worrying. When I saw you together, I thought…
I thought you were leaving me again. Leaving me again to be with her. I’m not leaving you. I love you very much. Then this officer came to me. OK. Take a seat. Come on, sit. What officer? Osaki. He was at the reception.
He was there. Then he came here,
and I gave him the papers from your safe. He told me it wasn’t your fault. He said
she was the spy, not you. She used you. Easy, easy. Now, now. Come on. Come on. What have you done? What have you done, baby? Can it be a mistake? We’ve figured out the key members
of the group. It’s not a mistake. -Who is your source? Is it trustworthy?
-I’d like to keep the source anonymous. Why? It’s my best informant.
When two know it, all know it. I don’t want to lose this source. All right. But if it’s a dud,
you and your source both will regret it. I think we should report to the minister. What do you mean,
the headphones are broken? Did you break them, you idiot?
It’s not a Japanese fake! It’s German! It can’t get broken by itself. What can I do for you? The minister’s order. From today on,
Osaki is in charge of the investigation. Yes, Colonel, sir!
Can I ask what the reason is? I don’t know.
Ask the deputy prime minister. I can lend you my tanto for the seppuku. Unfortunately, I’m not a samurai. It’s quite obvious. Branko Vukelic? -What can I do for you?
-You’re arrested for spying against Japan. Open up! The police. Max, I think it’s for me. Goodbye. It must be a mistake.
I’m a French citizen. I demand a meeting with the ambassador. You should be sensible and quit
opposing the arrest. Take him. Let me die with honor. We need to finish with Sorge.
We should eliminate him. Nice and quiet, at his house. -Kill him?
-Am I speaking Japanese? We don’t need him anymore.
Search the house. We’re looking for a file like this one. -When are we leaving?
-Right now. Come in. Boss, we need to leave.
They are arresting everybody. This is your new passport. I’ll see
you at the seaport. I’ll go get Hanako. Boss! Don’t do that. Let me get her.
I’ll bring her to the port. Boss, go! Go!
Don’t worry, I’ll stall them. See you at the port. I’m coming! I’m coming! Open up. I give up. I give up! I give up, Major! Run. Boss! Clear the way! Clear the way! What’s going on? Don’t you see? We’re late. Mr. Ozaki, you’re under arrest
on suspicion of espionage. Will you let me finish this? Can I take a couple of books with me? Fine. Darling, pack some underwear
and toothpowder. Also, the books:The Street Without Sun,
The Cold,and Shanghai. You just need to get out of the city.
They’ll make you a new ID in Shanghai, and everything will be fine. OK. Stay calm. Follow me. Shit! Come here! You’ve lost, Ramsay. Take him. Bastard! Goddamn you! Liar! If you want to drive a wedge between
Germany and Japan, find a smarter way. This is ridiculous! Accusing Mr. Sorge
of spying for the Soviets! “Today you arrested Sorge; will it be
me tomorrow? What are you trying to do?” Break off diplomatic
relations with Germany? I’m as upset as you are,
but, unfortunately, we have irrefutable evidence, Mr. Ambassador. Richard Sorge is charged
with spying for the Soviet Union. Are you out of your minds? Mr. Ambassador is probably too agitated,
if he uses phrases like this one. I’ll gladly excuse you and let you go. Get in contact with General
Nakamura immediately. Set a meeting and demand releasing Sorge.
God damn their spy mania! Mr. Ambassador,
I think we should notify Berlin first. You’re right. Draft a message in the most
resolute tone. I’ll write to the Fuhrer. Yes, sir. This is the file you wanted me
to get for you. Mr. Schlesinger. You know how I feel about
you and your friend Sorge. Arresting him wasn’t my initiative.
We are the political police, and he was arrested by the criminal one.
I was against it. What evidence do they have? Some documents and the fact that Mr. Sorge
had several times been spotted in the areas radio transmitter went
on air from. This is ridiculous! Mr. Kawai. Has he started talking? I have my people everywhere.
They say Sorge remains silent and demands a meeting with the ambassador.
I’ll study the case and will be able to prove that your
friend has nothing to do with all that. I already have some materials.
They are quite interesting. I’ll personally report to prime minister. I’d be glad for you to keep me company. Thank you, Mr. Kawai. Unfortunately,
I have to leave. Some other time. Comrade Stalin. Panfilov reports that Ramsay’s
group was arrested today in Tokyo. -The whole group?
-Yes. See you tonight. Any instructions for Panfilov
about Ramsay? He’s waiting. Off you go. Yes, sir. Listen, Richard. They’ll hang you.
You’ll die for nothing, and nobody will appreciate your heroism. Stalin didn’t listen to your information.
The troops remain in the Far East. The German army took Moscow yesterday.
The emperor will soon sign an order for the Kwantung Army to attack the USSR. I don’t believe you. Here. Read this.
It’s your German newspaper. Long live the great Germany! Cut the drama. You’re a great actor.
It’s important for an agent. Thank you for meeting with me.
This is an extraordinary situation. The police has arrested several
German and Japanese citizens on the suspicions of espionage.
One of them is your assistant. I know about this situation.
I was shocked by the irrefutable evidence of their involvement in espionage. That’s true.
We were able to decode radiograms and expose the key members of the group. Since I used to be in charge of this case,
I know the details. The police doesn’t have any original
documents – just the copies. The evidence was supplied by a waitress
who used to live with Sorge, then left him for Osaki,
and then came back to Sorge. I think this arrest is an act
of personal revenge over a woman. I will definitely check this information. Is your source a waitress? The one who
slept first with Sorge and then with you. She didn’t sleep with me. Her friend, Toshi Narikawa,
says something different. The papers you’re so proud of are useless!
You have no serious proofs. I have the code and the agent’s
radiograms for several years. We can learn everything the spies
have been sending to Moscow. Congratulations. Great. How will you tie this to the suspect? I give you three days.
If you don’t find evidence, you’ll have to release them all and quit. Bastard! Son of a bitch! Let Richard go! You deceived me! He deceived you! That German is a spy. -Let Richard go.
-I can’t. You like me. I’ll be yours if you want. Forever. Just don’t kill him. What is it about him?
Why do you love him so much? Like a dog! Get out of here. Go!
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especially citizens of an ally state. Sooner or later we’ll have to
let their consul meet with them. If there will be traces of torture
on them, there will be a scandal. Ozaki, then. He’s Japanese. Ozaki occupies a high position.
Deputy prime minister! They might accuse us of state treason.
Still, let’s try it. This is our seventh meeting. I remind you: our patients has its limits. I demand to see the prime minister
or the chief of protocol. Ramsay is already testifying.
It’s easy to push a drinker. Your actions were directed
against the prime minister, though I don’t know
who you’re working for. You chose the most convoluted
way to discredit the government. I promise you, you won’t get away with it. You scum! I forbid you to pronounce the
name of my country’s prime minister. -Traitor!
-I’ll talk only to them. You will talk to me. I won’t be
pussyfooting around like Mr. Major. You’ll tell me everything here and now. Needles under fingernails and bamboo
screws will feel like a geisha’s kiss when I’m finished with you.
Nobody ever stayed silent after the sakui! Enough! You can’t be a sissy
dealing with the communists. Don’t push your luck. Not many people survive the sakui. Well, whatever you want. You’ll tell us everything!
You’ll regret becoming a traitor! I’m a Japanese patriot.
I just didn’t want a war between Japan and the Soviet Union. Stop. What were you doing to stop the war?
Will you talk? Will you? I will! I’ll tell you everything. Yes! This gang had been screwing
around with us for years! I’m afraid they can turn
this case against you, so that all your papers
won’t be worth a dime. Excuse me, Mr. Schlesinger. You think too
little of the pros at the Sugamo jail. I promise you the suspects
are already confessing. Everything speaks for the fact
that Sorge was working for the Russians, has been for quite a while. Mr. Kawai! Give Sorge to us.
After all, he was working against Germany. Sorge is an enemy of the Reich. But he is your friend. I have no friends.
Sorge was the ambassador’s friend. I’m glad that we understand each other,
Mr. Kawai. Dr. Sorge, please understand. This is an interrogation,
not a questioning. I’m asking again:
has the lawyer arrived from my embassy? I’m not answering questions without him. Come on. No lawyer can help you now. Dr. Sorge, you keep denying the obvious, but by now it has become absurd. Now, when Ozaki Hotsumi has confessed.
This is his signature. You were torturing him, right? Come on! Torture me, too.
What are you waiting for? I think you know the answer. You are an
official representative of an ally state. These are the codes to the messages
sent by you to Moscow. I’ve never seen these papers before,
and I don’t know what they are. Do you hope the German
ambassador will protect you? This is yours. It was in your desk. What would a reporter need it for? Answer one question. How can you be
a Nazi and a communist at the same time? You don’t need to answer. Are you sick? Yes, I’m sick. I’m sick of the thought that Ozaki will lose
his life because of me. That Branko’s child
will grow up fatherless. That Max’s heart might not
let him survive this jail. The whole world is at war.
I have lost. I’m exhausted. I wish for all this to end. I don’t like the wallpaper color.
I’ll replace it. The desk, too. -The rest I can live with.
-Are you drunk? A little. Isn’t it a bit hasty for you
to try this position for size? I don’t think so. Your friend Sorge is a communist,
it appears. The Japanese speculations
don’t mean anything. I wouldn’t call it speculations.
This is the communist Sorge’s file. His complete biography,
starting from the ‘20s. I put it together myself.
Too bad the Japanese got ahead of me. Here. Look through it at your spare time. You were giving him secret information.
Your wife, too. What does my wife have to do with it? Eugen! You must be the only man in Tokyo who didn’t know your wife
was sleeping with Sorge. -How dare you?
-Look! Get out! I’ll replace the drapes, too.
They look vulgar. Eugen? Eugen? Are you home? Now I see why you weren’t at the station. What are you celebrating? What happened? Nothing. Then don’t smoke in here. You slept with Sorge. Why? You are everything to me.
You and the kids. Why? Just tell me why! What did I do wrong? Tell me. Am I a bad husband? -A bad father?
-No, no. Are you a whore, then? How did it happen? How did he seduce you? Was I away? I was! I was! I wasn’t here!
It wouldn’t happen if I were. Did he get you drunk? Did he? Tell me! Tell me! Did he force you? No. I wanted it. Whore! I hate you. You broke my heart! Doesn’t matter. They’ll shoot him anyway. What? The Japanese have arrested Sorge. It’s not true! It is. Read this. Saori! Bring me some vodka. Saori! Vodka! Eugen. Eugen! You must save him. Let him die. Eugen! Eugen, you can’t leave him there. -Why?
-Please! Eugen, don’t let him die. I’ll forget all about him. I’ll always
be with you. Just save him, please! Why do you love him so much? This is a violation
of all international law principles and an insult to our Reichschancellor.
We demand that our press attache was released with an apology.
Otherwise, we’ll be compelled to send an official protest note
that has already been approved by Reichsminister Ribbentrop. We have grounds for this arrest. As far as I know, you have neither
direct nor circumstantial evidence of Zorge’s espionage. But we have his confession. Here it is. Having obtained it, we decided to grant his request
of a meeting with your representatives. As an ambassador, you can visit
him at Sugamo at your convenience. Of course. Later. Now I need to leave
on an urgent and important business. Thank you, Prime Minister. Hanako! Please… If you have any news regarding
Richard, no matter good or bad, write a letter to this address
to be called for. I’m leaving. I probably won’t come back.
But I just want to know. It was me who betrayed him. I’m sorry. I betrayed him, but I didn’t mean to. We all betrayed him. Me, too. I’m an ordinary German from a generation
that had matured between the wars. I wonder about your wound. Mr. Major, in 1914 the whole Germany lost
its mind. Everybody became patriotic. The newspapers brainwashed us about
Germany rising from its knees. I was just a boy who volunteered,
having gotten an earful of this nonsense. Six months of filth, six months of blood.
I got a shrapnel wound to my leg. I would have died if they didn’t make
a truce to get out the wounded and dead. Then there was the hospital.
My leg became three centimeters shorter, and I was exempt from military service. What about your wound? How did you get it? Pretty much the same way. The wars are led by money, Mr. Major.
Big money. When I realized it,
I became a socialist and then a communist. Now, I’ve told you everything, Mr. Major.
I’m not going to take it back. But I think you should let the others go.
Most of them are innocent. And those who did give me information
I used without their knowledge. Aren’t you scared? I don’t know. And I don’t know what makes
this woman love you so much. Why do people follow you? -I was going to talk to you.
-I’m listening. Please forgive me. I was wrong. My behavior was unseemly. Now when I know who this Sorge
is I understand you. I knew you would. I was sure. It’s always hard at first
to recognize your mistake. That’s right. I’m always mistaken about people. It’s my biggest problem. I made a mistake thinking
that you were human. But I’ve corrected it. Mr. Ambassador! Mr. Ambassador! What happened? Mr. Ott, you were always so kind to me. An order has come from
Berlin regarding your arrest. Mr. Schlesinger isn’t here yet,
but I left the radiogram on his table. Thank you, Patricia. Life is weird, Gunter.
It doesn’t let you relax. When you are on the top, suddenly
the earth crumbles under your feet, and you find yourself in hell. A second
ago you thought you were all right, and suddenly two people most close to you, your wife and your friend, betray you. You have me. I almost forgot how you sound. You’re right. I have you. You know what to do. Schellenberg is a green boy!
He’s my junior both in years and rank. I was an Obersturmbannfuhrer
back in the last war! Never mind. We’ll get what is ours. You’ll work for me. I won’t let you down. Come on. To Germany! I want to toast our leader. Salute! Good boys. Boss! I’m fine. Don’t follow me. I’ll go to the bathroom. Major! You should knock before entering. What happened? Are you wounded?
Were you attacked? -It’s just a scratch.
-Who was it? A yakuza? -None of your business.
-Yes, sir. -Did they bring the suspect?
-Yes. He’s waiting. -All right. I’ll be right there.
-Yes, sir. Do you really think he’ll give us job? No. It’s just drunken blabber.
I hope he’ll at least pay us. I always need money. Wait. Where is the boss?
He has been in the bathroom too long. OK. Go check on him. What do you think will happen next?
An arrest, a trial, the shame. Here is the key.
Destroy all the personal documents. Yes… Mr. Ambassador. -Hello, Gunter.
-Hello, Frau Ott. Eugen? What was he doing here? There is a farewell dinner at the embassy.
You and need to be there. To thank everybody, to say goodbyes.
I’ll go change. You’re the love of my life.
Put on your best dress. -Is something wrong?
-Nothing. Go. I have to tell you, the Red Army
went into the offensive near Moscow. Hitler’s troops are retreating.
Moscow is safe. Maybe you made the right choice after all. I know what the Eastern Front is about.
If they haven’t completed their mission before winter,
they need to go into deep defense. That would mean the end
of the Nazi movement. You attacked him with a knife? -And they didn’t arrest you?
-As you can see. He really loves you. Listen, the police came to me. They asked about your
relationship with that German. I didn’t tell them anything,
but dropped a hint that you have a relationship with Osaki. What for? Let them know it.
Anyway, you need to act now. Forget this Sorge and
move in with the major. Goodbye, Toshi. Don’t you understand? It’s not about
whether you love him or not. There are spies everywhere.
We’re at war. It’s about survival. Anyway, think about it. A policeman
is even better than a military man. A military can get killed,
and a policeman doesn’t risk his life. Go. Go before you got in trouble. I just want to pass a
package for convict Sorge. And you are? His wife? In fact, I… we…
We aren’t married officially. I wouldn’t take your package
even if you were married thrice. Do you have a convict named Sorge? It’s none of your business. Let her pass. Why didn’t you shoot at me?
I wouldn’t resist the arrest. Because I love you. I’ll pass it to him. Here. This is for you. Bavarian sausage. She knows what I need.
Am I allowed to write? Yes. Did he say something? Three years passed. The sanguine
battles at Rzhev were finished. Stalingrad, the Kursk Bulge,
the heroic assault across the Dnipro became a part of history.
In the fight against Nazism the Soviet Union had
to take on the hardest part. Only in June 1944,
when the Red Army almost won back Belarus, Ukraine, and the Baltic states,
the allies opened the second front. All these years Richard Sorge
had spent at the Sugamo prison. He talked at the interrogations only
about things he elected to reveal. Much had remained secret. Now he was
waiting for the execution of his sentence. Colonel,
the Sorge group has been taken down. It doesn’t pose a threat to Japan anymore. Who says that? The decoded radiograms prove
that Ramsay was working only against Germany. Germany is our ally. Yes, but they haven’t committed
any crimes against our country or brought any damage to it.
Moreover, no data on our army’s strikes against the American army, collected by
Sorge, were shared with Moscow’s allies. Otherwise, the outcome of the Pearl Harbor
operation would be different. I don’t understand what
you’re talking about. We don’t need to put Sorge on trial,
not to mention extraditing him to Berlin. We could exchange him for our
prisoners in China or the USSR. We have already offered this through
our channels. Moscow said no. What if the Japanese government
addresses Stalin personally? I’ll suggest this. Here. Your order. Adi! What did you… What did you
bring for him? It’s fried pork. That’s not what we ordered.
Bring our beef sausage. I’m sorry. I must have misunderstood. What did you order again? Hanako? Can I talk to you? Take this away. I’m not finished, Miss. Nagito. Any news? The minister agreed to exchange Sorge.
We’ll try to contact Stalin on the official level,
on behalf of the Japanese government. Thank you. Don’t look at me like this. When I realized you loved him, it hurt.
But when I got to know Sorge, I realized only a man like him deserved
to be loved by a woman like you. I’m a very ordinary woman. It’s just… Ordinary women can’t be that loyal.
I bought this book for you. I should have given it to you long ago. Nagito. I wanted to tell you… A real man
is not someone who has blind faith but someone who can tell good from evil, justice from injustice. The way you can. You don’t look well, Klim.
You need some sleep. We’ll catch on our sleep
when the war is over. We are getting information
through various channels that the Japanese are prepared
to exchange our Soviet agent Sorge to their citizens arrested by us. I know. The new prime minister contacted
me about this. What’s his name? Hideki. Right. He contacted me about Sorge. Koba, it was owing to Sorge’s information
that we redeployed the Siberian troops and stopped the Germans near Moscow.
He’s one of our best agents. I know what kind of agent he is, Klim.
But are you sure he’s our agent? We have information that he
was working on the German and even British intelligence.
Communists don’t betray their comrades even under torture,
and he did give his statement. Listen. He’s trying to take the blame
and save the members of his group. We can’t leave him in dire straits.
What will the communists think? What will the allies think?
Have you considered it? You know any negotiations with
Japan will be seen as separate. Do you understand what it means, Klim? What do I tell the Japanese? I don’t know anyone named Sorge. Stalin has redeployed fresh forces from
the East. He used your information. You did him a favor, and he betrayed you.
He refused to exchange you. I didn’t serve to Stalin. I served to the things
I believed in and lived for. They’ll hang you. I’ve died a couple of times before, Major. It’s not so scary if you
haven’t wasted your life. According to the Justice Ministry ruling, the sentence will be executed immediately. I hope you will die in peace. Are you going to write a report about the execution? Say that Sorge died with the words, “The Red Army, Comintern, the Communist Party of the Soviet Union.” I’m ready. Richard Sorge was executed at Tokyo’s
Sugamo Prison November 7, 1944, at 10:20 AM. An hour earlier, his friend
and colleague Hotsumi Ozaki was hanged. Later, Branko Vukelic, sentenced
to life in prison, died at a camp. The Clausens were lucky. They were sentenced
to shorter prison terms and released after the Allies’ victory
over Japan. On the day of Sorge execution,
November 7, 1944, a 24-gun salutes were fired in Moscow,
Leningrad, Kyiv, and other Soviet cities. The country was celebrating
the anniversary of the October Revolution. By then, the Red Army had cleared
the USSR territory of the intruders and was conducting a battle
in Poland and Hungary. After the execution, Richard Sorge was
buried in a common grave at the prison. The Soviet agent was left without
a family or a home country. Just Hanako. Five years later,
she found the body of the man he loved, bought a lot at a cemetery near Tokyo,
and put up a tombstone. Only fifteen years later
Sorge would be remembered, called the greatest spy of the century,
and given his due. RICHARD SORGE’S BELONGINGS Hanako Ishido would live 89 years
and write three books about Sorge. The last one would be published in 2000,
shortly before her death. Hanako would be buried next to the man
she had been loyal to all her life.
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Junsuke Kinoshita in Sergey Ginzburg’s RICHARD SORGE. MASTER SPY EPISODE 6 Why didn’t you get married? I’m afraid family bliss isn’t for me. Right. Why get into the water
if all you need is a drink. This isn’t my philosophy. I just don’t think a woman can be happy
with a gypsy like me. And the gypsies themselves?
What makes them happy? I don’t know. Maybe someone from their past life… someone to talk to,
to nestle up with your soul, and forget about your loneliness. -Hello.
-Hello. I need copies of all the pages. Please make sure it doesn’t get lost.
It’s a valuable scholarly paper. Don’t worry. -Come back for it in a week.
-Thank you. Hello. Hello. Here. The last butch of the radio parts
from your list. -Your order, Mr. Imura.
-Thank you. Yes, Mr. Klausen. This is a simple standard
radio transmitter. Richard. And this is something I’m proud of. -I know.
-Anna! A simple carving board. See? We put three lamps on it…
and take them off as easily. This is the receiver.
I did some magic to amplify the signal. This is the transmitter.
That’s all. It works perfectly. Richard, what is this? I can’t even make a guess, Max.
OK, these are spoons. No! It’s a key. Wow, Maks!
Anna, I always knew I could count on you. One more thing. These lamps. Imura got them for me.
Look at the marking. Those made in Hong Kong
have two dots on them. The US-made ones have a straight line.
He couldn’t have bought them in China. Are you sure? Yes. You and I have spent three years
in Shanghai. It smells fishy. Hide them well. Look into this fisherman. -The weather is so nice today, isn’t it?
-Yes, it’s a wonderful day. -Hello. Your table is ready.
-It’s fine. I’ll take another one. Hanako, he sat at my table. Look. Over there. Toshi, let me serve him. I thought you didn’t like him. -Is it yes or no?
-Yes, sure. -Hello, sir. Welcome.
-Hello. I’m sorry about the other night.
I was rude to you. You don’t deserve it. Are you ready to order? I want you to order for me.
Bring me all the best dishes you have. To tell you the truth, the owner makes us sell
the most expensive dishes. Are they the most delicious? Not always.
But today I won’t follow his order. They are getting ready. Be careful. An army man told me that they would
intercept radio traffic not only in the hostilities area but also in Tokyo. Imura is working for the Americans.
Shall we eliminate him? Don’t be so hasty.
We can use it for our benefit. We need to bring him here. We need to find an excuse,
so that we didn’t spook him. We’ll have one. The Japanese and their
ancient detectors will help us in it. We can’t do it without you, Imura.
The situation in Tokyo is tense. It’s dangerous to go on the air.
We keep changing locations. Maybe we should start with finding a spot.
I know a good one, in the woods. No. My friend and I have found
a few options already. We’ll run them through you later. We’ll have to establish communications
from out of town for a while. Good idea. That would confuse
the counterintelligence. We’ll bring the transmitter to you.
You need to hide it well. Then we’ll find a spot not
far from the hiding place. We’ll bring you messages twice
a week so that you radioed them. Imura, we’ll help you to get a grip of it,
of course. I’m ready. Let’s try. Put on the headset
and turn on the transmitter. Put it on. -Let’s start with this.
-OK, Max, I’m leaving. -I’ll wait at the road.
-Right. We’re starting in a minute. Last time I did it. Now it’s your turn. -Are you ready?
-I can handle it. We’re ready. The Japanese will think
it was the Americans. -Are you satisfied?
-It was delicious. Thank you. I think he hates it. He comes here
and eats the German food only to see you. He never leaves anything on his plate. How is he in bed?
You didn’t sleep with him? I would never do that. Why? I’d do it any time! How does he take it when you say no? I don’t have to.
He doesn’t even make attempts. He’s so shy. Sometimes a brave man is helpless
when dealing with a girl. Then you have to take the initiative. I never knew how. I’ll tell you how. OK. You invite it to your house,
put on a sexy attire… -Enough. I can’t do it.
-Of course you can. I’ll tell you… No way! Stop it. “Autumn at its saddest –
Rustling through the leaves and moving on alone
deep into the mountains, I hear a lonely stag belling for his doe.” -Good night.
-Nagito, tea? You’re beautiful. You should go. You’re beautiful. Please go. Please. Come on. Mr. Major, we used to work in the city.
Why did the send us here? A signal from a new transmitter was
detected here the day before yesterday. So what? We keep chasing them,
but we never caught any operators. It’s not your place to discuss
orders from above! Shut up. -Mr. Major, we’ve got a signal.
-Great. Aboard! Yes, sir. It’s time. I think they had time to get our bearings. Don’t worry. Takagi is on the lookout.
Back to work. Attention! Form a line along the wood. Take your positions! On the double. -Police! Come on! Let’s go.
-Relax, relax. Come on! Run! Let’s disperse. Keep up! On the double. The signal was coming from here. We can’t come through. You shouldn’t have sold out
to the Americans. Quick! -He’s here!
-Come on, quick! Move it! Move it! Hey, samurai’s son, look here. What can you say about it? I told you it was an American. Isn’t it time for you to commit seppuku? They are playing with us. They were transmitting for so long
because they wanted us to detect them. Imura was pushed from the rock, because they wanted us
to find these papers. I won’t be surprised if we find letters,
too. I’ve never seen a man as
cowardly and obstinate as you. Do you have an explanation
who and why needed it? It’s obvious. Firstly,
to avert suspicion from themselves. Secondly, to rumble the American station
and raise a stink in the media. Our government is caught
between turning our weapons against the Soviets or against the States. A spy scandal might tip the scales. Don’t get smart with me. Osaki, where are you going? I left a lieutenant in charge. I need to investigate
a jewelry store robbery. Is it true a spy was caught?
Who was he working for? I’m not on this case.
I can’t answer your questions. Yamato,
find the Russian radio operator case. Look up where this Sorge was coming from when they detained him with the fish. Wasn’t it the part of the coast
where Imura had a house? Yes. It’s there. I had no doubts. This Sorge’s name appears
in our reports a bit too often. -Right here. Are you chicken?
-No. You? -OK. After the restaurant.
-Fine. We’re full. -I have money.
-I told you we were full. Richard, come on. -Wait. You have lots of empty tables.
-They are reserved. Richard, let’s go to some other place. He has no right! Call the manager. -I’ll call the cops.
-Go for it. Let’s go to some other place.
Richard! Come on! Call the cops.
He doesn’t like the way I’m dressed. I don’t want to go to this restaurant. The country is going to hell,
and they are having fun! -Stop it!
-Goddamned bourgeois! I don’t like this restaurant. You know, neither do I. Come on! Run! Police! Police! Why did you do it, Icha? I can’t come to a restaurant because
my clothes aren’t good enough! It’s not fair, Helma. It’s disgusting – dividing people into
the rich and the poor. That’s how this world works.
What can you do? Fight it! Fight it hard and mercilessly. By breaking the windows? This, too. The rich will never give up
their riches to the poor who, by the way, have earned it for them. Our goal is to rob what was robbed and distribute it among
all working people. It will be a perfect world,
and everyone will be happy. You know what, Icha?
With a champion like you, I’m not worried about the poor. Where are your Communist ideas?
What happened to them? You look like a perfect bourgeois. If I like nice clothes, it doesn’t mean
I stopped fighting for social justice. -Are you? Fighting?
-I am. -For twenty years?
-For twenty years. I don’t get it. I don’t understand this world.
It scares me. When Eugen started yelling Heil
and salute Hitler, his eyes became wild. It was scary. Maybe I’m not
patriotic enough, but I don’t get it why Hitler needs to destroy whole nations
to make the Germans happy. Is it fair? Germany isn’t Hitler. Germany is Schiller, Goethe, Bach. The Germany we both love. I don’t want it to go to war
against the whole world again. But you serve this Germany, Icha.
You serve Hitler. Let’s run away. Where to? Wherever. South America, Australia. Somewhere to wait out
this European frenzy. This frenzy will never come to an end.
You know it’s impossible. I have children. You’ll have to make a choice.
You must make a choice. Darling, where have you been? You startled me. -Aren’t you happy to see me?
-Why do you say this? I called every beauty
salon and store you go to. I even sent Hunter to look for you.
I brought you presents. I was going to have lunch with you. Right… Richard took me to lunch.
We went to Akura. The bastard! He outsmarted me.
Be careful with him! Some ladies say his deep
and piercing gaze is irresistible. Any woman who
comes to his attention is doomed. I’m quite resistant.
I’ll gladly have dinner with you. I have to come back to the embassy.
I’m sorry, darling. See you tonight. Shit! Eugen? You’re back already! Hello, my friend. Are you glad to see me? -Of course.
-I have news. Interesting. By the way,
thank you for entertaining Helma. -Helma?
-What is this Akura place? Akura? The phone keeps calling all day.
Yes. Sorge. Richard, Eugen caught me unprepared. I had to tell him
you had taken me to Akura for lunch. Yes, Yamamura-san. Of course.
I’ll be there. Excuse me, you were saying? Helma told me
you had been to a restaurant. -Yes, a very nice place.
-Was it? The Fuhrer has prepared a surprise for us.
Big things are coming. -Soon everything will change.
-What do you mean? Germany is going to war
with the Soviet Union. When? I don’t know yet. Probably after signing
the treaty with Japan. And the non-aggression with the Soviets? What is this treaty, Richard?
A piece of paper. We were commissioned with drafting a
military cooperation treaty with Japan. It’s an assignment from Ribbentrop himself
for me and Dr. Sorge. The documents regarding our army. When do they need it? As usual. Yesterday. Ribbentrop’s special envoy
Hoefler is coming from Berlin to help us compile this draft. Interesting. Berlin has informed Ott,
Germany’s ambassador to Japan, that the offense against the USSR
will start in the second half of June. Before the invasion to Poland Hitler
was still trying to keep appearances. The world was informed that the Third Reich
had bring in the troops to counter the Polish aggression. On the eve of the invasion, the SS officers staged an attack against
a German radio station in Gleiwitz. However, the thing the Germans
dreaded hadn’t happened. Neither Great Britain nor France,
who had declared war against Germany, never came to Poland’s help.
Now Hitler had a free hand. Less than a year later, half of Europe
was occupied by the Third Reich: Denmark, Norway, the Netherlands,
Luxembourg, Belgium, France. Fuhrer didn’t need excuses
for his further aggression. In the end,
it wasn’t him who said the word “war.” Hitler’s first goal is intimidating
Great Britain with air raids forcing it to stop military operations.
It will clear the way to the East, to Ukraine’s fertile lands
and Transcaucasia oil. Work has already began
on the Barbarossa Plan, but the date for intruding
the Soviet Union hasn’t been set yet. A lot depends on how Japan will act. Ramsay informs that Hitler is set upon
starting the war and destroying the USSR to use its European territory
as a source of raw materials and grain. In other words, he’s going
to wait till the end of seeding time so that later he could harvest the crops. Hitler will make a decision on
starting the war in early May. So what? There is also information from Berlin. German soldiers are
coming back from France, but they have to sign a paper saying they would come back
to their regiments on first call. Lavrenty, don’t you
think Comrade Voroshilov is entertaining us with rumors from the
German embassy’s kitchen? No, Comrade Stalin. Taken together, in Ramsay’s opinion, these facts are evidence that Germany
is prepared to start a war against us. In his opinion! Who is this Ramsay?
Where do these facts come from, Klim? I know that this son
of a German oil tycoon is used to gathering information
in ladies’ beds. Who went where?
Does it sound serious to you? Is this how Soviet agents
are supposed to work? The information is confirmed
by other sources. Information! Lavrenty,
isn’t Hitler already fighting a war? What’s so valuable about
your Ramsay’s reports? Troops shifts… It’s a trick.
Hitler is trying to confuse the English. Comrade Stalin, I have more reports. Listen, Klimenty! I want to get documents
and facts from my agents. Does your Ramsay have them? It happened so
that he doesn’t have a courier right now. He can’t send us the photographs
of those documents he has made. Sounds suspicious. Right, Lavrenty? Yes, Comrade Stalin. We need to think
who benefits from a mass disinformation about Germany attacking the USSR. It’s a no-brainer. The English! Maybe this Ramsay is working on them. Tell him to find a way
to send the documents. We’ll think about it then. We have enough people here
to draw conclusions. Tell him that. Richard, my friend. Listen, I need to do something for the SD. It’s just a formality, but… You know. They need detailed bios of every
member of the embassy’s staff. Great. What’s the problem? You see, there is a gap in yours. A whole period of your life is missing. Look. After the moment you
were wounded and to 1924, we only have one paragraph. And then from 1924 to 1930 –
just two lines. It’s weird. -Do you know why?
-No, why? Because nothing was happening to me.
I was studying, then working, and wasn’t moving around. See? Yes, but earlier… Earlier, I was young and stupid. Look. I came to Japan in 1936. -Now it’s 1939.
-And? Three years, and just one line. Because nothing is happening to me. And I’m glad, Paul. I’ve had enough of the war.
I’m a mouse of a man. An ordinary, unexciting person.
You can quote me for the SD. Sorge is a drab loser. I’m sorry. -Yes.
-With a dull life story. Don’t be shy.
You aren’t all drab and unexciting. Have a look.
Maybe these pictures will interest you. As a man, I envy you.
Ladies always liked you. How do you do it?
Can you give me a couple tips? What do you want? Ott isn’t the sort of man
who should be the embassy’s head. You and I need to help Germany
get rid of a bad manager, that’s first. Also, I want for my boss to report
to Fuhrer before Ribbentrop does, and for his information
to be more accurate and analysis deeper. I hope you won’t say no to me, Richard. Thank you, Richard. I knew it.
We’re friends, after all. You can burn the pictures or keep them.
I have the negatives.