We're not quite sure how this video came to be, but somehow a Russian television station interviewed Steven Seagal on everything from Sochi security to Obama's immigration policy. Perhaps they've been watching too many old '80s movies and took them to be documentaries or something.
Anyway, Seagal speaks effectively enough to the issues here, though he leaves himself plenty of wiggle room when asked if Sochi is indeed safe. Either way, this four-minute clip has to be the longest Seagal has ever been on camera without beating someone to death, so that's good.
We look forward to future Russian television installments featuring Matthew Broderick on school truancy, Ralph Macchio on Asian-American relations, and Anthony Michael Hall on women's undergarment fashion.
[Via Deadspin, which you need to read just to count the Seagal movie references]
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