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Vdokh, vydokh (2006)

A man invites a call girl to his place. He pays in advance for 10 hours of her time. He tells her about his ex-wife and happiness he once had. Her story is very similar to his. Why couldn't... See full summary »

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Ivan Dykhovichnyy
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Igor Mirkurbanov Igor Mirkurbanov ... Mikhail
Ekaterina Volkova ... Vera
Olga Dykhovichnaya Olga Dykhovichnaya ... Kira
Andrei Batukhanov Andrei Batukhanov ... Psychoanalyst
Mark Khvoshnyansky Mark Khvoshnyansky ... Mikhail, aged 6
Valeriy Dyachenko Valeriy Dyachenko ... Mikhail's uncle
Vera Bykova-Pizhel Vera Bykova-Pizhel ... Mikhail's grandmother
Egor Lesnikov Egor Lesnikov ... Mikhail, aged 15
Anastasiya Mikulgina Anastasiya Mikulgina ... Mikhail's girlfriend in his youth (as Nastya Mikulgina)
Aleksandr Reshetnyak Aleksandr Reshetnyak ... Aleksei
Romuald Makarenko ... Sveta's client
Lyubov Anisimova Lyubov Anisimova ... Mikhail's first wife
Yury Zagrebnev Yury Zagrebnev ... Barman
Roman Madyanov ... Client in bar
Gennadi Kosarev Gennadi Kosarev ... Owner of house
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Storyline

A man invites a call girl to his place. He pays in advance for 10 hours of her time. He tells her about his ex-wife and happiness he once had. Her story is very similar to his. Why couldn't they keep their love? Can they return to their previous lives? Written by Alex Asp

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Genres:

Drama

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Country:

Russia

Language:

Russian

Release Date:

4 May 2006 (Russia) See more »

Also Known As:

Ieelpa - izelpa See more »

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Box Office

Budget:

$1,500,000 (estimated)

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$154,772
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Company Credits

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D-Film See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.66 : 1
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A modern story of love and loss
10 November 2007 | by juan_palmero2010See all my reviews

You love somebody, you feel you have become one with that person. You live with that person happily for years. You believe your relationship is sound, virtually indestructible. You believe you know your lover's intimate self. You believe it would take nothing short of an earthquake for that to change. But then, life is there to surprise you.

A story of love and loss, told out of sequence, with constant flashbacks until everything slowly falls into place. And then it looks simple, and complex at the same time.

Beautiful cinematography from the first shot until the end. Limited use of colours, but very striking, like in a modern painting. Water, beautifully filmed water everywhere. Great music throughout.

Well acted film, well carried through by the 2 main actors.

Clever script, to the point, honest, flawless. Director Dhykhovichnyi's well-controlled rhythm and magical touch again.


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