So I Married an Axe Murderer

Charlie, a commitment-phobic beat poet, meets a lovely woman butcher named Harriet. He falls for her, but due to some strange coincidences from her life and a tabloid story, he believes her to be an infamous axe-murderer. After realizing he loves her and doesn't want to throw away this chance, he marries her anyway, but can't shake the question of is she the murderer?

Visible crew/equipment: You can see a rope visible when Charlie is hanging from the hotel roof.

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Charlie Mackenzie: No, not really. Usually I follow the Judao-Christian ethic of "Thou shalt not kill." But, that's just me.

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Question: What does Harriet say to the Russian sailors as they walk past?

Answer: Real Russian, here. Sailor #1 says "she's a little thin." Sailor #2 says* "she looks really good to me." Harriet says "Yes. Very good." Sailor #1 says "Damn, she understands Russian." Harriet says "See you later, boys." (*Очень даже ничего is an idiom.) Мальчики or "malchiki" is "boys."

Answer: They are saying she is too tall and too skinny, but one says she's still pretty good looking. She sarcastically says "Thanks a lot," or something to that effect. One of the guys says "Oh, she understands Russian." And Harriet replies, "Yes, I do. You fellas have a nice evening."

Answer: I don't know the entire conversation, but it definitely wasn't just "have a good night fellas" she said "malchik gei", which means gay boy in Russian so she was probably insulting them right back.

Malchiki is boys. She says "See you later, boys." Ну пока, мальчики.

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