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There is a point in The Duellists where in Russia, they are about to duel each other with pistols. They are interrupted by a Cossack who spews some words at them. What did he say?

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Rewatched this movie yesterday, and, as a matter of fact, Cossask says:

In Russian:

— Vy golodnye? (Вы голодные?)
— Myasa khoteetye? (Мяса хотите?)
(laughs and spits something)
— Vy golodnye? (Вы голодные?)

Translated to English:

— Are you hungry?
— Do you want some meat?
(laughs and spits something)
— Are you hungry?

  • Wait, so which one is right? – Akiva Jul 17 '16 at 19:59
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    Hmm, I just posted what I've heard. I'm not sure where @dickturpin got his answer, but it doesn't seem to match. – default locale Jul 19 '16 at 15:56
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"You two will die out in this cold. Come with me and we will eat in the warmth."

  • Someone provided a completely different answer. Where did your source come from? – Akiva Jul 20 '16 at 20:24

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