Lyrical story about two young people, Masha and Maxim, who have to decide what to do.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Ekaterina Fedulova ...
Masha
Evgeniy Tsyganov ...
Maksim
Aleksey Barabash ...
Kostya
Irina Rakhmanova ...
Lera
Natalya Reva-Ryadinskaya ...
Marina (as Natalya Reva)
Oleg Dolin ...
Fedor
Evgeniy Kulakov ...
Vitya
Kirill Pirogov ...
Gleb
Tatyana Kravchenko ...
Tatyana Petrovna
Aleksandr Bashirov ...
House manager
Artyom Semakin ...
Dima 'The Fan'
Aleksandr Khvan ...
Drunken janitor
Andrey Krasko ...
Man in underpants
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Man in slippers
Robert Gorodetskiy ...
Homeless man
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Lyrical story about two young people, Masha and Maxim, who have to decide what to do.

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Eto ne radio, eto kino (It's not a radio station but a movie) See more »

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

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Open
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20 April 2006 (Russia)  »

Also Known As:

Pityer-FM  »

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$1,100,000 (estimated)
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1.66 : 1
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The St. Petersburg Metro also doubles as a bomb shelter, necessitating the need for special permits when filming inside these locations. Passengers are forbidden to photograph the inside of these stations although they are among the most beautiful. See more »

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The end credits show some footage behind the scenes and outtakes. See more »

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References The Stroll (2003) See more »

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Takie devchonki
Written and performed by Ilya Lagutenko
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Easy to watch
19 July 2006 | by (Sacramento, CA, U.S.A.) – See all my reviews

This is a very light-hearted movie. The plot and characters are rather predictable, but it leaves a good impression, at least it did for me. For some reason, probably because of the camera work and the story, I had an impression that I was watching a Russian version of "Amelie". I think I enjoyed the beautiful St. Petersburg's scenery and minor characters (like Vladimir Mashkov playing a strange man in a one-minute episode) than the main story. Some small episodes are quite funny. For example, a policeman stops than main hero (Maxim) to check documents and asks among other things: "Firearms? Illegal drugs?" "No, thanks," Maxim replies. This movie shows a different Russia from what you may be used to. Good movie to watch with a date.


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