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Zaymemsya lyubovyu (2002)

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Kirill Malov Kirill Malov ... Igor Tyulenev
Andrei Novikov ... Tochilo
Evgeniy Tsyganov ... Postnikov
Yeva Kolomiyets Yeva Kolomiyets ... Liza
Ulyana Lukina Ulyana Lukina ... Marina
Antonina Komissarova Antonina Komissarova ... Lyuba
Olga Levkova Olga Levkova ... Alla
Galina Solodovnikova Galina Solodovnikova ... Katya
Evgeniy Knyazev ... Lecturer
Fyodor Dobronravov ... Taxi Driver
Tatyana Prikhodko Tatyana Prikhodko ... Lena
Yelena Charkviani Yelena Charkviani ... Brigade Leader
Anastasiya Tsvetaeva Anastasiya Tsvetaeva ... Prostitute
Galina Sazonova Galina Sazonova ... Woman Captain
Varvara Shulyateva Varvara Shulyateva ... Nurse
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Comedy | Drama

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Country:

Russia

Language:

Russian

Release Date:

11 April 2002 (Russia) See more »

Also Known As:

Let's Make Love See more »

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Angel Film,Etalon Film See more »
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Color
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S krayu
Written and Performed by Mangol
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A refreshing Russian teen movie!
3 February 2006 | by shandohSee all my reviews

A contemporary teen movie, it's best described as a Russian version of "American Pie". Igor Tyulenev, nicknamed "Tyulen" ("seal" in Russian), is a naive young freshman in college desperate to lose his virginity. He relies on his friends, especially his Cassanova-like roommate, for help and advice in finding love.

With a talented ensemble cast, the film provides a hip and comedic glimpse at life and love among young Russians today. The soundtrack is also entertaining, with popular Russian bands, including Chicherina.

Though it follows a similar formula to American teen movies, it is distinctly Russian --a little darker than its American counterpart.


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