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A Soviet cruise ship "Evgeni Onegin" is carrying cages with tigers and lions for a Soviet Circus. One loose monkey unlocks all cages, letting the tigers and lions out. Poor passengers and crew have no place to run. The captain abandons his post out of fear, and the monkey takes over the captain's post. The ship gets under total control by the tigers and lions. Only one lady is standing up to the challenge. Her name is Marianna, she loves animals, and she takes the situation under control. Written by
classic comedy. humor at high level. crazy mixture of cinema and circus. and beautiful animals, courageous woman and hilarious characters. its virtue - for its time to represent something different by common propaganda tool. for today - fascinating show, delightful entertainment. but, more important, seal of Soviet cinema and its fight to propose a coherent message, clear image. because each scene is spectacular. because it has a lot of virtues who are far to define contemporary blockbusters. because, in the web of lions and tigers, the precise art of a great tradition is the answer to each new image. short, a memorable film. the flavor of many childhoods and the charming science to propose a great comedy.a film for entire family. because not only the smiles are its virtues but a convincing pledge for pure joy.
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