This adaptation of Twain's masterpiece still is absolutely warm without being completely married to retelling the book line by line. Despite being on the other side of the world, the tone ... See full summary »
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I found this movie to be very funny, but then again I was born and raised in Russia in 1960th. It is difficult for the outsider to understand the typical Soviet Daily Life of that time: small cramped apartments, and inability for young couple to find a good living space for themselves - hence constant daily conflicts with the elderly parents ( although it was rather funny to observe their daily fighting). All in all, right now this movie may be of good reference point to the Russian Historians trying to look into Russian Living of that old bygone era. As usual Zoya Federova and Gribov are on their top actings as parents, whose life nice and comfy life was suddenly disrupted after their child was unexpectedly married and brought absolutely unfamiliar ( and sometimes obnoxious) new husband - Demianenko into their retired lives.
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