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Sueta suet (1979)

A comedy about a civil registry official whose job is to register newlyweds and who just discovered that her husband has been cheating on her for 3 months, her daughter met a guy she ... See full summary »

Director:

Alla Surikova

Writer:

Emil Braginskiy
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Cast

Credited cast:
Galina Polskikh ... Marina Petrovna
Mher Mkrtchyan ... Boris Ivanovich (as Frunze Mkrtchyan)
Leonid Kuravlyov ... Volodya
Anna Varpakhovskaya ... Liza
Svetlana Petrosyants ... Natasha
Sergei Ivanov ... Vasya
Leonid Kharitonov ... Yakov Andreyevich
Lyudmila Ivanova ... Serafina Ilinichna
Yana Poplavskaya ... Lidka
Natalya Krachkovskaya ... Varvara
Borislav Brondukov ... Sergiyenko (as Boryslav Brondukov)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sergey Bachurskiy ... Genka
Larisa Barabanova ... Taxi Dispatcher (as S. Barabanova)
I. Okunyov I. Okunyov
S. Okunyova S. Okunyova
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A comedy about a civil registry official whose job is to register newlyweds and who just discovered that her husband has been cheating on her for 3 months, her daughter met a guy she doesn't approve of, and her life has suddenly become a fuss of the fusses. Written by Boris Shafir

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In Soviet time, the music theme of a car ride through Novgorod was often broadcast on radio, but in a different arrangement. See more »

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Timid fun
8 July 2004 | by exciter-2See all my reviews

That movie employs a lot of artistic talent - and totally flushes it down the drain. I feel it was strictly directors fault. It seems - that quality of certain shots hinged solely on actors alone. And it looks as though very often - they are lost. Completely. OK - we have here clash of several families. Conflicts in issues of unplanned pregnancy. Sad divorcees. Unpleasant in-laws. Unexpected house-guests. Plot twists - that are simply begging to be milked properly. Never happens. Trite. Contrived. And actors are compelled to mumble platitudes in front of the camera. The idea with the script should have been pitched - to a different filmmaker.


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Country:

Soviet Union

Language:

Russian

Release Date:

29 October 1979 (Soviet Union) See more »

Also Known As:

Fuss of the Fusses See more »

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Mono

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