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Two years has passed - Boris and Zhenya's one year- old son's bring friends to the psychiatric hospital on the New Year's eve. Little Nastya, whose parents separated two beloved dogs from one another, tries to help them .
Zhenya and Nadya go their separate ways. Nadya stuck with her bureaucrat boyfriend, married h im and had a daughter, also called Nadya. Zhenya married and had a son, Konstantin. Both later ... See full synopsis »
Progressive and talented Natasha and Roma dream of a European wedding by the sea - but Natasha's stepfather procured a different scenario. Rough official of the city administration ... See full summary »
Four friends are forced to stay put in a radio station on New Year's Eve after one of them gets into trouble. They use the opportunity to remember memories from the past, talk about women, ... See full summary »
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.
Russian poet, singer and actor Vladimir Vysotsky was an idol of the 1970s and '80s. In 1980, at the age of 42, he passed away during the Moscow Olympic Games. This is the story of his last ... See full summary »
The story of emergency airplane landing on an unused runway is based on true events that happened in 2010 near Izhma, Russia. Like in the movie, in real life runway was faithfully taken care of even though it was not used for planes, airplane lost it's power, and pilots used glass of water to check horizon. See more »
The first film was naive to naive people, and it was filmed by naive directors. The second film was more serious, more logical. In the sequel, the characters know very well what they want from each other. And the audience knows that the same level. Romance was not nasal, but the human and kind. Without a drop of naive. The first film was naive to naive people, and it was filmed by naive directors. The second film was more serious, more logical. In the sequel, the characters know very well what they want from each other. And the audience knows that the same level. Romance was not nasal, but the human and kind. Without a drop of naive.
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