My iz budushchego, or We Are from the Future, is a movie about time travel. Four 21st century treasure seekers are transported back into the middle of a WWII battle in Russia. The movie's ... See full summary »
Contemporary Moscow. Nikita and Afina are the perfect couple: young, smart, attractive, and in love. Well, perfect, that is, until Afina suddenly leaves Nikita for a 40-year-old dentist. How will Nikita win her back?
A modern take on the classic novel by Alexander Poushkine. Vladimir is a successful banker and a regular at trendy night clubs. Masha is a diligent graduate of a British college and a ... See full summary »
A story about bravery, self-sacrifice and human dignity put on trial by the merciless power of nature. A young pilot is fired from military air force after disobeying an absurd order. He ... See full summary »
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Vova and his best friend Kisa make ends meet by working for the local thug in Vladivostock, Russia until one assignment forces them to question their own morality and puts their friendship to the ultimate test.
It's a story of 29-year-old top-manager Max who is really sure he is absolutely successful. All his life is around earning and spending money. But one day he meet a girl who is from another, real, world. And his own world starts to crash down.Written by
picture of a world. adaptation of a novel. search of a young man to define himself. and for understand. it can be a moral lesson, a parable, another Russian movie about cruel reality. but , in same measure, it can be an interesting film. the acting is well, the script - not bad, the message - not new but comfortable for many of viewers expectations. only special element is the violence of language but in East cinema - Romanian films are a good example - it is not a serious problem. a mirror film. not for his characters inspiring the story but for the public who discover the skin/the trash of that side of reality. Danila Kozlovsky does a decent role and the manner to present the story remains fresh and credible each moment. so, a Russian film like seed of reflection about common problems and the resurrection of a soul.
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