Narrator: Day 1. Kate and Max left to see murals, and Sophie goes her own way. Sardana and George continue their walk around the city. Suddenly, Sardana sees a man in the street.
Sardana: George, look at this man. He just fainted! There's everywhere. What happened? Did he as he fell? There's something wrong with his leg, and his right looks injured. Let's go and help him.
George: Hold on a minute.
Sardana: Hurry up George, he doesn't look well.
George: I'm not so sure, Sardana. Do we really want to go there? Is it safe?
Sardana: What do you mean? A man is and needs our help! If we don't help him, he may die. Don't give me that look, I'm going anyway.
George: Oh, give me a break.
Sardana: Sir, sir! Wake up! How do you feel? What's your name?
Robert: I'm Robert.
Sardana: Robert, don't worry, we will take you to the hospital. You had a . Are you in pain?
Robert: Yes, my leg hurts. Actually my whole body is in pain. I think I have a , and my nose is .
Sardana: Hang in there, Robert. Hold my hand.
George: Are you sure about that, Sardana? You know he's probably a , look, he's dirty.
Sardana: So what? He then needs more help from us.
George: Come on, he probably has diseases and viruses. It's better to call an .
Sardana: It's a pity you think like that. He's not ill, and the hospital is only two blocks away.
At the hospital…
Sardana: Is he alright?
Doctor: The patient fainted because he was hungry. You did the right thing bringing him here. We need to run some tests to see if he's OK. Anyway, he's , so he will get better. It's nothing serious.
Robert: Guys, thank you so much for taking me to the hospital.
Sardana: Robert, what happened to you?
Robert: I used to have a job. I lost my job, and then I couldn't pay the rent. I spent a couple of days on the streets, and then I . I don't even have my passport. I really don't know what to do.
Sardana: Don't worry Robert, we'll figure it out.
George: So, I've talked to the nurses. There's a that helps people. It's called Nochlezhka. They can help you with your passport. I've called them, so here's the address. When you start feeling better, give them a call.
Robert: Sardana, George, I can't thank you enough. I'm so lucky you were there. I'm really for you.
Sardana: Don't mention it. Get well soon and take care!
George is so surprised and at the same time. He's never seen this side of Sardana before. He feels he's fond of her now.