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Hi everybody, I think that film "Prikhodi na menya posmotret'" is certainly one of the traditional Russian films, because it shows a typical Russian family in a typical communal flat. It's humour can be understandable mainly by Russians, because some ideas and misunderstandings (between Igor and an old lady, for example) are caused by the differences in thinking between soviet and post-soviet generations.
The plot of the film is rather typical: lonely lady meets unexpectidly her love, but it is presented in a very humorous way, the film makes you not only laugh, but also believe that there is always hope to live. It is a remarkable Russian film, I believe. With respect, Juberinje
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