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Spartacus and Kalashnikov (2002)
"Spartak i Kalashnikov" (original title)

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Ignat Akrachkov
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Grigori Khristoforov ...
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Evgeniy Kraynov ...
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Vladimir Menshov
Andrey Panin
Yaroslav Roshchin
Irina Rozanova
Grigoriy Siyatvinda
Yuriy Stepanov
Elena Zakharova
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Summertime
Written by George Gershwin, DuBose Heyward
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Great film with a message.
3 May 2004 | by (Syracuse NY) – See all my reviews

This film recently showed at the Syracuse International Film Festival. I thought that it was well made and fast moving with a good score.The "homeless" children that act in the film are 1000 times better than the typical garbage that comes out of Hollywood. I was concerned for them from the start. Some great moments of action when two rival street gangs fight, the director shows us very little, making the action that more intense.The movie tilts towards the bizarre when the homeless boy befriends a general at a camp that trains "War Dogs". The visual comedy of this entire segment kept me laughing.The film ends with a statistic that mentions that there were over 2 million homeless kids in Russia in 2002. Look for this one.


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