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Chyornaya roza - emblema pechali, krasnaya roza - emblema lyubvi (1990)

In fact, people who then appear around Mitya are all unique, eccentric and the space of the apartment house begins to have an unrealistic character as a miniature of unstable society in the end of Soviet Union.

Director:

Sergey Solovyev (as Sergey Solovev)

Writer:

Sergey Solovyev (as Sergey Solovev)
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Credited cast:
Tatyana Drubich ... Alexandra
Aleksandr Abdulov ... Alexandra's boyfriend
Mikhail Rozanov Mikhail Rozanov ... Mitya, Alexandra's neighbour
Aleksandr Zbruev ... Alexandra's father
Lyudmila Saveleva ... Alexandra's mother
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Aleksandr Bashirov ... Tolik, Mitya's neighbour
Viktor Beshlyaga Viktor Beshlyaga
Valeri Burtashov Valeri Burtashov
Mikhail Danilov
Svetlana Dzasukhova Svetlana Dzasukhova ... Naked girl
Ilya Ivanov Ilya Ivanov ... Plevakin
Assan Kuiatte Assan Kuiatte ... African
Georgiy Saakyan Georgiy Saakyan ... Stalin
Yuri Shumilo Yuri Shumilo
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In fact, people who then appear around Mitya are all unique, eccentric and the space of the apartment house begins to have an unrealistic character as a miniature of unstable society in the end of Soviet Union.

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Genres:

Comedy | Romance

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One of the most disturbingly funny romantic comedies
22 June 1999 | by grendel-28See all my reviews

Well, if you if you value your last remnants of sanity do not watch this one. I consider Soloviev as one of the greatest movie directors of the Later Days Commissars Regime. In this one he repeatedly pokes our collective mirror reflection with a sharp stick in the eye. This movie is absurd and beautiful at the same time. American public should have no trouble understanding it - after legalization of LSD that is.


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Country:

Soviet Union

Language:

Russian

Release Date:

January 1990 (Soviet Union) See more »

Also Known As:

Black Rose Is an Emblem of Sorrow, Red Rose Is an Emblem of Love See more »

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1.37 : 1
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