Papa, where did you sleep?
Ilya: I slept, how can I explain this, I slept in that room.
Ilya: Yes, in different places. And I slept in another room too. I had a little bed there.
Ilya: I want to show the children something. I want to show them the balcony. Look, this is the balcony we saw earlier. But when I was little everything was different, not like now, because there were six people living here. What's left now is—if you look up, you can see what's left of the divider. There was a divider here, a big wall. So everything was a little different. Grandma Liza lived here, and Grandma Zhenya, and a few more grandmas who you don't know and who don't know you. But everybody lived together.
Ilya: I remember that there was a little stand in that corner, with a television on it. A really old television. And here there was a wardrobe, and the way my bed was set up, I could see the reflection of the television on the shiny wardrobe, and I used to think I was seeing something. Okay, say goodbye to Sveta. Goodbye, see you!