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GROANS PERCIVAL GRUNTING SOLDIERS SHOUTING ALARM BLARING SOLDIERS SHOUTING IN GERMAN SOLDIERS GASP MUSIC PLAYING ALARM RINGING SNORTS I’m so late. SIGHS MUSIC FADING AWAY Miss Broughton, Mr. Percival was running late. He sent me to pick you up. Checked bags? No, they’ve been sent. Please, follow me. MAN SPEAKING IN GERMAN OVER PA MAN: OVER PA IN ENGLISH Docking in front of the terminal is not permitted. Passengers loading and unloading only. MUSIC PLAYING ON CAR STEREO DRIVER: So Is this your first time in Berlin? Yes. Well, it’s a remarkable time to be here. Wonderful music, superb nightlife, marvelous restaurants. You must try the Central Café for a drink. You’ll need it later. You remember Mr. Bremovych, don’t you? ENGINE REVS Of course, you do. Well, he’s very curious what you’re doing here in Berlin. GROANS TIRES SCREECHING What the are you doing? SCREAMS GUNSHOT DRIVER GRUNTING TIRES SCREECHING DRIVER: What the are you doing? BRAKES SQUEAL Welcome to Berlin. I’m David GUN FIRES Where the were you? Don’t shoot. I’ve got your shoe. Let me help you with your bags. GRUNTS Come on. For ‘s sake. Russians are heavy. LORRAINE: Five minutes on the ground and I’m already made. You’re not made. I hope. They knew my name. That’s troubling. And yours. That’s hardly surprising. SIGHS Great start, Percival. TIRES SCREECHING So what was your first impression? Of David? Well He was handsome. Late s. Disastrous Sinéad O’Connor hair. Irish singer. Hmm. I asked him what the deal was with that, and he said, “It’s to blend in.” You want to touch it? It’s to blend in in the East. That was the Brandenburg Gate, by the way. I mean, how the do the suits think that you’re going to be able to help me find that list? As soon as you pick up Gasciogne’s body, they’ll null and void your visa and you’ll be on the first flight back home. I’ll figure it out. SIGHS That’s Checkpoint Charlie. My office is just back there. I’m not here to collect postcards, Percival. Just drop me at my hotel. It’s around the corner. I thought you said you’d never been to Berlin before. I can read a map. CHUCKLES This will just take a minute. TIRES SCREECHING What are you doing? PERCIVAL: Sending a message to a fascist pig. GRUNTS MAN GROANS Say hello to Comrade Bremovych for me. BREMOVYCH SPEAKING GERMAN OFFICER: Bremovych. OFFICER SPEAKING BREMOVYCH SPEAKING MUSIC PLAYING ON TAPE RECORDER GRUNTS BOY GROANS MUSIC CONTINUES MUSIC STOPS SPEAKING RUSSIAN SPEAKING GERMAN MALE REPORTER: Tensions are high in East Berlin tonight, as civil disobedience continues to build momentum. East Berlin’s youth leaders shout out their protests through tear gas and water cannons. And there are numerous reports of police beating peaceful demonstrators with batons. LORRAINE: I’ve been sent to arrange the return of a British subject. The body was identified by your attaché. Yes, I believe so. This was not a question. It was a statement. He was your colleague? Different department. Which department?