Burakov: You think that a man is what he says. Fetisov: He is, if he talks for a living. Bukhanovsky: [to Burakov and Fetisov] Together you make a wonderful person. Burakov: A man is what he fights for. Fetisov: I don't fight for anything. Burakov: I know. Bukhanovsky: To be a psychiatrist in this country (the Soviet Union) is to be an expert on paranoia, whether you meant to be or not. Burakov: You handled him quite deftly. Fetisov: I've had it. I will not suffer that stupidity anymore! Burakov: He may be stupid, but he's in charge. Fetisov: Goddamn it! What is happening to me? My heart is pounding, my collar feels tight; what the hell is this? Burakov: Passion. Bondarchuk: I want to know, why are we arresting so many perfectly respectable doctors and party members? Burakov: Because we were told to. Bondarchuk: You were told to investigate them, not detain them! Burakov: The party members who are doctors we detain for a very brief period of time. The party members who are sexual deviants, we intend to detain a little longer. Fetisov: I have here... Bondarchuk: I don't care what you have there! Fetisov: Information... Bondarchuk: Who cares! Fetisov: About the nineteen year old boy you maintain in the town of Shakti! And the apartment you have arranged for him... and the gifts that you have given him... and the dates of your last three overnight visits. If you attempt to fire Lieutenant Burakov... now, or at any time... I will send all this to your wife. Bondarchuk: I recommended you for this position. Fetisov: I will always be indebted to you.