The chronicalogical sense of this journal baffles me. 65 years old and he has 3 year old twin boys?
Lol, that's the point! But what if he's not 65 years old? What if he's fiftish or something and giving his soul to stitchpunks exhausted him and made him looking older?
Scroll up a little bit - I've written this before.
Russian version was intended for Russia only. That means that it won't be available in the USA.
The Scientist in this version using his soul for stitchpunks, but he dedicates each soul part for a person he was close to. He does that for people to let them finish their duties: for his wife and kids to let them live and for the Chancellor to reform.
Anyway, it will be very interesting to see how fans of the US and Russia respond to having 2 different versions of the same movie.
Most people treat the idea of Russian version negaively, like: "What, do they think that we're not smart enough to understand US version?" "Why I have to suffer because of some producer being 'creative'? ...And such. But some people admitted that Russian version wasn't as bad as they excpected. Really, movie translators are always hated, hated beforehand.
Hmmm, I wonder who the voice actors will be for the characters?
Voice actors: 9: Konstantin Khabensky - played main characters in Night Watch, Day Watch and Wanted. You know, Khabensky for Bekmambetov is like Johny Depp for Tim Burton. 8: Vladimir Turchinsky 7: Tutta Larsen 6: Alexandr Pushnoy 5: Guf - rapper. 2: Valery Zolotukin - was in Night Watch and Day watch as well. 1: Gennady Khzanov