The Terminal

I have January 3rd.
Bring him in.
Jake, he has no nationality.
OK? No country.

He's a national security risk, according
to my interpretation of Section 2.12.

I want you to put him in a detention
center and run a clearance on him.

That's all I want.
What about a federal prison?
What about another airport?
Hello? Hello?
We're detaining so many people,
there's no room anywhere.

- Did you try the FBI?
- I tried everybody. Nobody'll take him.

You want me to bring him back
to the terminal?

No. From now on, Navorski lives here.
The people who are coming here today
will be observing me, inspecting me.

But most of all they will be looking
at the way that this airport is run.

So let's show them why this is the
number-one airport in the United States.

We process about 600 planes a day,
with a processing time
of 37 minutes per plane,

about 60 seconds per passenger...
:05:22 be brought into the country.
We keep it as clean as possible.
- What do you import?
- Computer software.

That's a lot of walnuts.
My mother-in-law loves these things.

Every time I go to Brazil,
I bring her back a bag.

- Your mother-in-law?
- Yeah.

Mind if I try one?
How did you know
those weren't for his mother-in-law?

If he's married,
where's his ring?

And if he's divorced,
who still talks to their mother-in-law?

I'm sorry, but really.
No offence to mother-in-laws, but...