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Shapito-shou: Lyubov i druzhba (2011)

It is a movie-riddle, a movie-joke, a movie-labyrinth. 4 parts and 4 travels to the sea, 4 crossed short stories: Love, Friendship, Respect and Cooperation. Heroes of each of the short ... See full summary »

Director:

Sergey Loban

Writer:

Marina Potapova
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Pyotr Mamonov ... Father
Vera Strokova Vera Strokova ... Vera
Aleksey Podolskiy Aleksey Podolskiy ... Cyberwanderer
Yuliya Govor Yuliya Govor ... Reporter
Dmitry Novikov Dmitry Novikov ... Cameraman
Dmitriy Bogdan Dmitriy Bogdan ... Actor
Anton Kuznetsov Anton Kuznetsov ... Soundman
Jim Avignon Jim Avignon ... Avignon
Aleksey Znamensky Aleksey Znamensky ... Lyosha
Valery Zavodovsky Valery Zavodovsky ... Valera
Yevgeny Yerovenkov Yevgeny Yerovenkov ... Zhenya
Maksim Tiunov Maksim Tiunov ... Maxim
Stepan Devonin Stepan Devonin ... Son
Sergei Kuzmenko Sergei Kuzmenko ... Roma-Legend
Sergei Popov Sergei Popov ... Popov Sergei
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It is a movie-riddle, a movie-joke, a movie-labyrinth. 4 parts and 4 travels to the sea, 4 crossed short stories: Love, Friendship, Respect and Cooperation. Heroes of each of the short stories arrive to seaside town, and go through turning fragments of their life. Fragments develop almost synchronously - someone goes mad of love, someone suffers as cannot be understood by friends, someone tries to win father's respect, and someone - to enter into cooperation with partners. As in life, when everyone sees themselves as the center of their own drama, heroes of "Chapiteau" are heroes in their own story, while in other people's stories they are sometimes hardly visible characters. Stories are full of tragic pathos - but this is the way everyone goes through personal drama, when from outside it looks even ridiculous. The more serious character is, the more comic he behaves. Love, Friendship, Respect, Cooperation - colors in which the life, its walls are painted. Going from one strip to ... Written by SVOI 2000

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Genres:

Comedy | Musical

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Show in Crimea
8 March 2020 | by Zhorzhik-MorzhikSee all my reviews

"Shapito Show" by Sergey Loban is the best musical of Russian cinema of the 10s. Little-known authors and actors of the film, as well as magnificent lyric songs by "Karamazov Twins", like fresh blood in Russian cinema. An interesting detail: the film takes place in Crimea, Crimea is still Ukraine, Russia is still without sanctions.


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Country:

Russia

Language:

Russian

Release Date:

26 January 2012 (Russia) See more »

Also Known As:

Chapiteau Show See more »

Filming Locations:

Crimea, Ukraine See more »

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Budget:

$2,000,000 (estimated)

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$696,511
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1.85 : 1
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