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Abdulladzhan, ili posvyashchaetsya Stivenu Spilbergu (1991)

On the village called "Communism" wrecked alien ship, which was carrying an alien boy. Bazarbay Narmatov, the village foremost, accidentally finds a wounded and weakened alien boy, decides ... See full summary »

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Zulfikar Musakov
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Cast overview:
Radzhab Adashev ... Bazarbai (as Rudzhab Adashev)
Tuychi Aripov Tuychi Aripov ... Rais Ota
Tuti Yusupova Tuti Yusupova ... Holida - Bazarbai's wife
Shukhrat Kayumov Shukhrat Kayumov ... Abdulladzhan
Vladimir Menshov ... Navlo Buchko
Vladimir Tsvetov Vladimir Tsvetov
Mirkhosil Aripov Mirkhosil Aripov
Sergey Dreyden ... (as Sergey Dontsov)
Dzhavlon Khamrayev
Khodzhiakbar Nurmatov Khodzhiakbar Nurmatov
D. Khoshimov D. Khoshimov
G. Lukovnikova G. Lukovnikova
Abror Tursunov Abror Tursunov
Zakirzhan Muminov Zakirzhan Muminov
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On the village called "Communism" wrecked alien ship, which was carrying an alien boy. Bazarbay Narmatov, the village foremost, accidentally finds a wounded and weakened alien boy, decides to help him and gives the name Abdullajan. Naive people of the village not knowing that boy was an alien took him for an illegitimate son of Bazarbay and witnessed some extraordinary events.written by Aziz Eshboev Written by Joe Gudwin

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Comedy | Sci-Fi

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Language:

Russian | Uzbek

Release Date:

1 December 2001 (Japan) See more »

Also Known As:

Abdulladzhan, or Dedicated to Steven Spielberg See more »

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Extra-Terrestrial with an Uzbek twist
1 April 2008 | by vpechkinSee all my reviews

This non-budget feature film is a kind of spoof on Spielberg's E.T., made with "Plan 9" attitude. It's is about an alien fallen down at the fields of Uzbek kolkhoz (agro-cooperative). Hence, many funny and bizarre things and accidents here and then. But the most hilarious thing there is in Russian voice-over made with a strong Uzbek accent. This a kind of sweat-hearted satire about decline of Soviet era in Central Asia.

I think, it could be a cult film really, but it's mainly unknown. It may be a bit overextended towards it's ending, but it's still very funny.


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