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I go to New York City now

Frank Dixon:
I'm talking about bombs. I'm talking about human dignity. I'm talking about human rights. Viktor, please don't be afraid to tell me that you're afraid of Krakhozia.
Viktor Navorski:
Is home. I am not afraid from my home.

Viktor Navorski:
Frank Dixon:
All right.
Viktor Navorski:
I go to New York City now?
Frank Dixon:
Viktor Navorski:
No? Uh... Okay. I'm uh... I'm uh... I'm afraid from ghosts.
Frank Dixon:
Okay, thanks very much!
Viktor Navorski:
I'm afraid from, uh... Dracula!
Frank Dixon:
Thanks a lot. Thanks, Viktor!
Viktor Navorski:
[as he is escorted outside]
Afraid from Wolfmens, afraid from sharks!
Frank Dixon:
It's okay. Thank you Viktor! Thanks a lot!

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.
- Okay.
- Okay.
Do you, at this time, have any fear
of returning to your own country?
Okay. 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.
- Krakozhia?

Clip duration: 71 seconds
Views: 16
Movie: The Terminal
Year: 2004
Genres: comedy, drama, romance
Summary: An Eastern European tourist unexpectedly finds himself stranded in JFK airport, and must take up temporary residence there.

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Frank Dixon - Stanley Tucci
Viktor Navorski - Tom Hanks