The Terminal

You would be free to wait
in New York until your court date.

But, believe it or not, most people
never show up before the judge.

- So I go New York City?
- Uh-huh.

You can go to New York City tonight.
But, you only get to go
if we can establish a credible fear.

- Fear?
- Mm-hm, fear.

- Fear.
- Fear.

From what?
That's the best part.
It doesn't matter what you're afraid of.
It's all the same to Uncle Sam.

So I'm going to ask you one question,
if you give me the correct answer, I can
get you out of this airport tonight.

So, I answer one question.
Go to New York City. Tonight.
- Tonight.
- Tonight.

- Tonight.
- Tonight.

- OK.
- OK.

All right.
Do you, at this time, have any fear
of returning to your own country?

OK. Let me try it again.
- Your country's at war.
- Yes. War.

There are men in the streets
with guns. Political persecution.

- Yes. It's terrible.
- Yeah, it's horrible.

And God only knows
what could happen.

Innocent people
are torn from their beds.

On Tuesdays. I hate Tuesdays.
So you're afraid.
- From what?
- Krakozhia.

You're afraid of Krakozhia.
No, I am not afraid from Krakozhia.
I'm a little afraid of this room.

I'm talking about bombs.
I'm talking about human dignity.

Human rights.
Viktor, please don't be afraid
to tell me you're afraid of Krakozhia.

Is home.
I am not afraid from my home.