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Injured on the job Vasily Kuzyakin gets a ticket to the resort. There he meets femme fatale Raisa Zakharovna, and once under the charm, moves to live with her. Unfortunately, a new life is not all that sweet as dreamed hapless Vasily.
Litvinova is currently the best Russian actress. This film is as much about the film as such, as it is about Litvinova. Low grades on this site are due to language problems. Russian language and Litvinova's voice is another full-blooded character of this film. Despite not speaking Russian viewers here gave this film quite good marks, thank you! When Litvinova speaks - Russians cry. Movie theaters cry all 90 minutes of the film. "The Goddess" - another film with Litvinova - it takes your soul out, but only if you speak Russian...what a pity. Litvinova knows how to play on the strings of your soul, she knows and is able to show what is the most important thing in life - love (what a cheesy statement, isn't it?), love without carrying for herself, love of a person who knows all the answers and the truth (whatever it is), a person too wise for her age, when you know it all, but there is still whole life to live, and other people (including the object of your love) are blindly looking for something around themselves.
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