The character of Michael Galustyan that is called Carloson as he looks much like him, lives in a wonderful and bright world of metrics plump big-eared short men whose misstion is to help ... See full synopsis »
James owes his life to his older brother, Frankie after taking the rap for a crime they committed together. While Frankie served time, James worked to turn his life around, got a steady job and began courting his former girlfriend Emily. Now, Frankie is released and back on the streets with no money and no place to go.
Three Russian expatriates are loving life and seducing women in New York City until they meet up with Saint Valentine in disguise and he curses them with impotence until they learn about true love. No love - no sex.
Leninakan, Armenian SSR, USSR, 1988. After the devastating Spitak earthquake of December 7th, Konstantin Berezhnoy, a 50-year-old Russian, and Robert Melkonyan, a 28-year-old Armenian, work together to rescue the desperate survivors.
Vera is a TV star, Nikita - veterinarian. One morning destroys all plans. After a fun-filled evening Vera wakes up in bed with Nikita. Deciding it's a party consequences, they're leaving in different directions. Next day all repeats.
Welcome to an ordinary office of an ordinary Russian company. This is Alisa, and here's Mark. Mark and Alisa were employed on the same day. Both of them thought it was a good sign.
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Performed by Tito & Tarantula
Written by Tito Larriva and Steven Hufsteter
Published by Placa Music (BMI)and Meinemusic (BMI)
Administered by Bug Music, Inc. / IK Music Ltd.)
Master recording courtesy of Tito Larriva by arrangement with Bug / IK Music Ltd
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There is a special place in hell where they torture Hitler showing him Sarik Andreasian films
Modern Russian mainstream cinema is comparable with Bollywood. When they find they won't be able to sell the same trivial and vulgar stories once again, they steal or remake successful movies. And "Office Romance: Our Times" relates to the original Ryazanov film as the 1987 Indian "Superman" relates to the 1978 classic - "Superman: The Movie".
The worst part is - rewriting the very same script, replacing "dated" situations and dialogue with "modern" cliché and stereotypes, which is supposed to sound "cool" and "familiar" to the modern public. The acting is really terrible too. Yet, money keeps flowing to horribly untalented Sarik Andreasian and he makes 4-5 films a year.
Verdict - dangerous for your mental health. Though not as terrible as his other works.
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