Professor Gromov constructs a robot called Electronic, which looks exactly like Sergey Syroezhkibn, a 6-grader from one of Odessa (USSR) schools. The robot also acts a lot like a human, and... See full summary »
Professor Gromov constructs a robot called Electronic, which looks exactly like Sergey Syroezhkibn, a 6-grader from one of Odessa (USSR) schools. The robot also acts a lot like a human, and its dream is to become a real man. Electronic escapes from the professor's lab and accidentally meets Sergey, his prototype. Meanwhile, a gang lead by Stump is trying to kidnap Electronic to make him steal pictures from museums. For this purpose they send their hitman Urrie. Written by
Pavel Volkov <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I think this is one of the best KIDS movies that were ever made in Russia. I am not a kid anymore but still like to watch it time to time. As far as the quality goes it was pretty advanced for that time. The plot is well prepared and the actors are perfect. The Idea of the movie is great and it very petty that there is no sequel to the movie. Some time ego I was able to get a brand new set of DVD with remastered Video and sound. I was very pleased to see that. My kid who is 5 years old and was raised mostly on American cartoons and movies was watching it with me and liked it a lot. He said it was funny enough for him to enjoy it.
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