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Yesterday I saw this film and it was very nice to see such a realistic movie because I had an experience to move to this city and to see almost everything portrayed in the film. Old apartments with alcoholic people when I was looking to rent a room with little amount of money, and I understand that my good command of singing doesn't mean anything here, and so on. And at that moment this city went upside down in my eyes.
But what I really missed to see in the film was that Moscow on the other hand is an amazing city. You have a lot of opportunities to find a good job with fair salary there, and you don't need to find a rich man justifying it with your life being difficult, and neither shall you be thinking that you only can sell out your body to make a good living. I would really want to see this optimistic view of the city where I am living.
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