A few Russian guys are trying to steal a new film by Quentin Tarantino, but not only to sell it, but to show the never-before seen film on a wedding of their friends. Certainly a lot of ... See full summary »
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A few Russian guys are trying to steal a new film by Quentin Tarantino, but not only to sell it, but to show the never-before seen film on a wedding of their friends. Certainly a lot of interesting stuff happens to them on their quest for the movie. Written by
I am sorry to say that I seen this movie and its one of the worst Russians movies or mini-series I have seen so far. I was really disappointed with this movie it's beginning looks somewhat interesting 1st episode is OK, but at the middle of the 2nd episode when everything stops making any point and new ridiculous characters get introduced in to the movie you realize that this is going to be a waste of your time. Over the top characters they have in this movie and the runaway script with hundreds of cheesy twists really had me questioning what where director smoking, while he was shooting this movie.
Sorry I can't tell if Tarantino made an appearance in this movie - I could only make myself watch 4 out of 8 episodes. If he did, he clearly didn't read the script in English
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