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Nankinskiy peyzazh (2006)

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Aleksandr
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Nadya / Zhen-zi
Egor Barinov ...
Hairless
Yui Han ...
Girl
Yandane ...
Oldman
Marianna Rubinchik ...
Barmaid
Liu Syao Fan ...
Nun
Olga Litvinova ...
Forewoman
Anastasia Aravina ...
Woman in car
Yuliya Koshkina ...
Woman in theatre
Aleksandr Mironov ...
Bychkov
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6 June 2006 (Russia)  »

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Нанкинский пейзаж  »

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A next modern Russia's movie-tale of epoch passed
20 March 2011 | by See all my reviews

A next modern Russia's movie of epoch passed, mixes metaphysical with Soviet doco while absurdity follows absurd soften with some erotica, beautiful actors and nice music.

Either an English/gradually-Mandarin-deploying KGB operative or an ordinary china expert (ho ho ho by a bit knowing a Soviet reality till Perestroika while movie is of timing Stalin despotism eclipsed in the thirties of the last century) was in Nanking learning a Chinese porcelain. He was obsessed by a very average beautiful and sexy Chinese girl speaking English perfectly (oh, these Russian script-writers!) whose dad was very angry for daughter's friendship with smoothie-Alex while dating, according to this Russian character-an antiques handy-man-turned-writer, a British consultant David happened around already. Intelligently looking Alex met a Skinhead Guy just done his term for, factually and only, a go with then boss's wife while awaiting her husband on a chauffeur's duty: a VIP had broken driver's scull with a chair carried personally (ho ho ho) somewhere from Kremlin after witnessing that thrust in own personal car.

This not-so-silly-ex-chauffeur looked nice, spoken politely and surely guessed a fate of an English specialist shot down, according to Alex's tales, by a Chinese dad.

So far, too much absurdity just to screen a love triangle of which female bedded one male for being attracted by and a second-for a fear to miss his male saturating advantages, perhaps.

If it was a Russian answer to "Lust, Caution", a film is surely rich in paranormal rather than in earthy dismantled.


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