The Terminal

I go New York City now.
Part of my job is to get rid of
undesirables, and there are quite a few.

Like this guy, Joe Mulroy.
I think you know him.

He's been here for 20 years, but he's
been running an after-hour poker game.

Bringing in liquor and marijuana.
Poor guy's going to lose his pension.
And I think he has kids, too.

And then there's this guy, Enrique Cruz.
I think you also know Enrique.

Enrique has been letting people
into the food preparation area.

That's a major security breach.
The poor guy, I think he's a newlywed.
But I'm going to have to let him go.
And then there's Gupta Rajan.
He's a janitor.

But he's wanted for assaulting
a police officer back in India in 1979.

I'll have to deport him.
I will go home.
- I'm sorry. What did you say?
- I will go home.

Leave them alone. I will go.
- Today.
- Yes.

If you don't get on that plane,
they're all gone.

- Do you understand?
- Yes.

OK. Good.
Your attention please.
Immediate boarding, gate B-20, for
flight number 309 Air Canada to Ottawa.

I don't believe you.
- Viktor, you don't have to do this.
- You can fight these guys.

- We'll help you.
- Viktor, come on. I owe you so much.

- Please let me help you.
- This is your friend talking.

We're all your friends.
We're your family now.

You try to fool us.
You make us to think you would walk out,
that you will fight with them.

Why don't you fight?
- The war is over.
- Then go. Get lost.