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Park Sovetskogo perioda (2006)

Oleg, the host of a TV show is asked to cover in his show a new ultramodern amusement park called "Park of the Soviet Period". The life in the park is an exaggerated version of the soviet ... See full summary »


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Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Aleksandr Abdulov
Aleksey Buldakov
Aleksandr Lazarev ...
Oleg's father
Sergey Nikonenko


Oleg, the host of a TV show is asked to cover in his show a new ultramodern amusement park called "Park of the Soviet Period". The life in the park is an exaggerated version of the soviet life - pioneers parading, girls selling soda water on the street, socialist banners are everywhere, communist party decisions, free medical procedures, etc. When Oleg falls in love with a nurse he discovers that the rules of the Park forbid any personal contact with the staff, that was trained to live a very different life compared to the life in the world outside. As he fights to gain the heart of the nurse he finds deep flaws in the Utopian atmosphere of the park and decides he must do something about it.

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7 November 2006 (Russia)  »

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Park okresu sowieckiego  »

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Another half-hearted reconstructionist movie made in Putin's Russia
4 October 2008 | by (Russia) – See all my reviews

As if there is nothing more interesting in today's Russia except for marital problems of successful muscovites, more and more directors turn themselves to the Soviet era. Indeed, Russian "back in the future" movies happen to be quite amusing set against the latest shallow "real-life dramas". "Park Sovetskogo Perioda" is stuffed with aged Soviet actors, Soviet tunes, clothes and allusions, ready to burst like a cabbage roll, swimming in Red Soviet Sauce. Everything is predictable in absence of a strong story line. There are some sarcastic pearls too, strewn across the story but it's a far cry from the dark moody atmosphere of "Zerkalo dlya geroya" (1987) that started the trend 20 years ago. The message is simple: Soviet style might be cute but not for those who inhabit the totalitarian reserve. So, you're happy to live in the democratic society with all its lies and crimes. Dude, your personal problems are just ridiculous as long as you're not a Gulag prisoner. "My iz budushchego"(2008) is another fine and newer example of a reconstructionist movie. There's way more action in there (World War II), so you might want to give it a try.

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