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This movie made me to write my first review EVER! It was like a trip to the past for I can remember the famous Kharlamov-Mikhailov-Petrov hockey players and - Lord forgive me - we hated them for they were SOOO good and could beat our national team whenever they wanted to - well, almost whenever!!! And suddenly, the movie showed me another perspective and consumed me with all the interesting info, its well-elaborated screenplay and shots of hockey. It was just like being there. I appreciated all those details that illustrated life in those stupid, stupid years. Sure, there are some weak spots (f.e.big bad Canadians being too big and too bad - but the Russians could see it in that way back then) but they cannot change the fact that this is a GREAT movie. Danila Kozlovskij as Kharlamov was very good, but it was not just about him. All the actors were near perfect, even in the small roles (those permanent drunks, the doctor, other players :)) Definitely worth seeing.
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