The children's series reintroduces on the screen Mister Tau the charmer, along with his double, Uncle Alfons. It is impossible to tell them apart, and the cases of their mistaken identity ... See full summary »
Olya steps through the mirror into the Kingdom of Crooked Mirrors where Yalo resides. The kingdom, under the rule of King Yagupop LXXVII (reverse of Popugay, meaning parrot) produces ... See full summary »
One of the most popular short-series on Soviet TV during 1980s
"Spadla z oblakov" ("She fell from the clouds") under Russian title "Priklyucheniya v kanikuly" ("Vacation Adventures") was one of the most popular short-series on Soviet TV during 1980s. I haven't seen one over 15 years and nowadays it is on Russian TV again - on "Kultura" channel. Unfortunately my recent impressions differ very much from the effect of old years. Now this series produces rather stupid effect:( There were a little science-fiction short series on Soviet TV and only a couple of them - "Priklucheniya Electronika" (1979) and "Gost'ya iz budushchego" (1983) - have popularity and cult status up to the present time. I thought "Spadla z oblakov" kept cult status too, but alas I was wrong! Routinely Soviet TV showed children's movies and series made in Eastern Europe (Poland, GDR, Czechoslovakia) - mainly fairy tales, adventures and comedies. Thus no wonder any SF-series became an event.
2 of 5 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?
| Report this