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Puteshestvie s domashnimi zhivotnymi (2007)

Natalie was lonely in her loveless marriage until she met Sergei.

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... Natalia
... Sergei
Evgeniy Knyazev ... Priest
Anna Mikhalkova ... Klavdiya
Vadim Afanasev ... Natalia's husband
Sofya Dudarchik ... Olga
Olga Popova ... Paramedic
Timofey Tribuntsev ... Ment
Aleksandr Oblasov ... Security guard
Boris Petrov ... Gleb
Natalia Draychik ... Cook
Maksim Zimin ... Grigori
Tamara Khlebnikova ... Conductor
Polina Nechitajlo ... Bride
V. Rassokhin ... Groom (as Vladislav Rassokhin)
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Hatalie was 16, living in a foster home, when she was bought by a rough and unstable man. They lived at a remote station, and their loveless marriage lasted 19 years, until he died. Now free, Natalie is discovering her first love when she meets Sergei. Written by Steve Shelokhonov

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marriage | love | freedom | See All (3) »

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Drama | Romance

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28 November 2008 (Poland)  »

Also Known As:

Podróz ze zwierzetami domowymi  »

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13 December 2007 | by See all my reviews

I don't want to blame this movie because director is woman and that's not a reason why I didn't enjoy this movie. I really didn't understand what director wanted to say or talking about. About fate of Russian women, about loneliness, about necessity to be strong and use men only for child producing? I like this strange mood in this movie, great actors, but this movie pretends smarter than it is. Basically, I had strange feeling that director really doesn't understand what she wants to say with this movie and all strange things are just because they look strange. It's a some kind of so-called pseudo-intellectualism what we can see in many many European independent movies. And people don't want to say that they didn't understand this movie just because there are many critics who will find this movie so useful. And very deep. And very actual. Let's call things in their real names.


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