After Marina meets Arash, his grandmother Irena is eager to meet her and invites her over for a meal.
Grandmother, I'd like you to meet Marina.
How beautiful, and she's a Russian girl too!
Marina is worried about Arash's involvement in Iran's Islamic Revolution because her family, who survived the Communist Revolution in Russia, told her that all revolutions are dangerous and deadly.
Arash, this revolution is a bad idea.
Don't worry, Iran needs this revolution. It will help everyone!
In the prison, Marina and her parents finally have a chance to meet again. Marina tells her that she's doing fine and Sarah's okay, and her parents remind her to be brave.
Sarah is okay.
Be brave, Marina!
In prison, Marina celebrates her birthday. Her fellow prisoners make her a pillowcase and a 'pretend' birthday cake. She wishes that everyone is freed and can spend their next birthdays at home.
Happy birthday Marina!
I wish for all of us to spend our next birthdays at home!
Dismayed that her teacher teaches politics instead of math, Marina asks her teacher to go back to calculus. Marina is told to leave and does so. Her classmates follow her out, and she is accused by the principal of starting a protest.
Miss, can you stop teaching politics and go back to calculus?
If you don't like what I'm teaching then you can leave the classroom.
Marina does not want to marry Ali, but he guilts her into doing so, reminding her that if she does not marry him, he will have Andre, her crush, executed.