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The movie includes three diffirent skits, including different actors. The first skit is about a store owner who steals goods from himself. He is arrested and brought to court, to testify about a murder, while he thinks he is about to get busted for stealing. The second skit includes a cheating husband trying to survive in a love triangle. And the third skit includes a man trying to get married after seeing the bride only once in his life on a bus. Written by
Ilya Petrov <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Humor of the high quality. 3 independent novellas based on the short stories of Michail Zoschenko, the leading voice of laugh in the former Soviet Union, who was persecuted by the authorities in 1950's.
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