Jora, a man who didn't watched the TV for five years has a bet with his friends to watch it all night long. Unfortunately, rastaman smokes weed near his window, resulting in hallucinations.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Sergey Twob ...
Jora
Grigoriy Butlitskiy ...
Rastaman
Jam ...
1st Sergey
Andriy ...
2nd Sergey
Andrey Kondratenko ...
Surgeon
Anna Pchyolka ...
Surgeon's Victim
Yaroslav Kozak ...
Village Council Deputy G.G. Zaporozhets'
Artem Nikulin ...
The Man with the Flag (as Artiom Nikulin)
Mykyta Rykunov ...
Newscaster (as Nikita Rykunov)
Victoriya Ivanchenko ...
Girl in the Commercial
Darya Mikhno ...
Girl in the Commercial
Mikhail Pervushin ...
The Voices from the TV / The Captain (voice)
Slava Pustovalov ...
The Voices from the TV (voice)
Lena Polovina ...
The Voices from the TV (voice)
Mikhail Bondarev ...
Narrator (voice)
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Jora, a man who didn't watched the TV for five years has a bet with his friends to watch it all night long. Unfortunately, rastaman smokes weed near his window, resulting in hallucinations.

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4 June 2011 (Ukraine)  »

Also Known As:

All Night Long  »

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Budget:

UAH 50 (estimated)
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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

Nikolay Yeriomin: as the voice of the Surgeon (both English and fake Ukrainian television dub) and as the credits narrator of "The Head Hunter" fake Ukrainian dub (Lie tou (1982)). See more »

Goofs

If you look closely, NTNTN channel logo remains one frame more after channel is switched to white noise. See more »

Crazy Credits

'Eduard Uspenskiy' credited as the author of the lyrics of "Goluboy Wagon" song, though lyrics are not used in the movie, just the music. See more »


Soundtracks

Goluboy Vagon
("The Blue Wagon")
Written by Vladimir Shainskiy and Eduard Uspenskiy
Performed by Grigoriy Butlitskiy.
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