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Na Deribasovskoy khoroshaya pogoda, ili na Brayton Bich opyat idut dozhdi (1992)

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When mysterious Russian bandit named Artist came in USA, brave Russian special agent Fyodor Sokolov runs to States for defeat evil master.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Dmitriy Kharatyan ...
Agent Sokolov / Sheikh / Fake Sheikh / Odessian Prostitute
Kelly McGrill ...
Agent Mary Star / Masha Zvyozdnaya / Fatima
Andrey Myagkov ...
Mikhail Kokshenov ...
Yuri Volyntsev ...
Stepan - KGB General
Emmanuil Vitorgan ...
Jack, head of CIA
Armen Dzhigarkhanyan ...
Mamuka Kikaleishvili ...
Yevgeni Vesnik ...
Monya - ex-radist
Natalya Krachkovskaya ...
Monya's wife
Leonid Kuravlyov ...
Vladimir Sedov ...
Spartak Mishulin ...
Eunuch
Nikolai Parfyonov ...
Serafim Strelkov ...
Captain Kamikadzev (as S. Strelkov)
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When mysterious Russian bandit named Artist came in USA, brave Russian special agent Fyodor Sokolov runs to States for defeat evil master.

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Kravchuk: Hey, you, soloist! Now you'll have a duet!
Dyadya Misha: [falls to the room] Oh, my head!
Agent Sokolov: Dyadya Misha? Dyadya Misha!
Dyadya Misha: Oh, he knocked me!
Agent Sokolov: [takes dyadya Misha] Dyadya Misha! Why you're there?
Dyadya Misha: [crying] Because of Sheikh! Think, who I am and who're Sheikh! But they said, you're friend of this Fedya, you shouted it at restaurant! Oh, why I shouted it!... Look, we are friends?
Agent Sokolov: Yes, we are.
Dyadya Misha: They said: if you are friends, you must know where is Sheikh too! But I don't know anything! Do you know, where's Sheikh?
Agent Sokolov: Yes, I ...
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Spoofs The White Sun of the Desert (1970) See more »

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Gaidai's comedy lovers - avoid this film at all cost.
31 May 2007 | by (Valencia, Spain) – See all my reviews

... I'm not surprised at all that Gaidai's last movie remains his least known one. And honestly, I think it's better this way - it's an extremely poor film, and a quite screeching one too. The absolutely ridiculous script is portrayed in such an atrociously rancid way that it would seem impossible that Gaidai would have made such a film if it wasn't for his characteristic aesthetic blunting pitifully devalued here and there. It feels so pathetically decadent that it's deeply depressing.

The sole redeeming feature of 'Na Deribasovskoy...' is the delightful characterization of the gallery of Soviet leaders and their odd involvement in the script, which certainly is not enough for avoiding me to hope I can erase this movie from my mind soon as much as I wish I wouldn't have watched it. Horrible.


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