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Chelovek, kotoryy znal vsyo (2009)

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Aleksandr Bezukladnikov
James Derrick ...
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Vasily Fursenko ...
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Ruslan
Lera Gorin ...
Zhenya
Ekaterina Guseva ...
Irina
Yuri Kerimov ...
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Nikolay Kirichenko ...
Alberto Rizotto
Oleg Komarov ...
Timosha
Nik Kozlov ...
Student Agent
Olga Lysak ...
Anzhela
Tatyana Lyutaeva ...
Raisa Alexeyevna
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Sergei Nemchenko
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Nikolai Shimkevich
Dmitriy Tomashov ...
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11 June 2009 (Russia)  »

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Czlowiek, który wiedzial wszystko  »

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Sleepy film.
17 June 2009 | by (Russian Federation) – See all my reviews

The main trouble of this film are the director with a script writer. That they have made with image of the protagonist! The knowledge of ALL has not affected in any way intellectual qualities of the protagonist. Yes, now it is filled to the edges, but at the same time practical acts give out a serious dis-balance and a system total absence in decision-making. The person who knows everything, is extremely illogical in the acts, and in it its basic trouble, a transforming film in a sickening show. The most insulting that the subject idea which is represented very perspective, gradually sinks in mad mixture of genres – special services, criminal authorities, an oligarchical life with the invariable sensuality, the lost love and life philosophy in any way do not supplement each other, and battle for every minute timing literally, transforming it into a boring show. Definitively ruins a film the extremely unsuccessful installation when heroes are promptly thrown out by the director on the screen, and then also not clearly leave the spectator. In this director's horror in the foreground there are actors who often not convincingly win back separate scenes. The main disappointment – Ekaterina Gusev who only irritated, and erotic scenes with looked extremely tritely. Egor Beroevv of a role of the person knowing all in the best cases is satisfactory. Sukhanov in my opinion strongly changed. The result to me hardly managed to be looked through this film completely though there was an obvious desire or to leave a cinema or to have a sleep.


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