Andrey goes to Paris to visit the grave of his great-grandfather, who had been an officer in the White Army. On the headstone of the next grave, he notices the face of a young woman. He will see this face again.
Andrey Kulikov (Dima Bilan) goes to Paris to visit the grave of his great-grandfather, Andrey Dolmatov, who had been an officer in the White Army during the Russian Revolution. On the headstone of the grave next to his great-grandfather's, he notices the face of a young woman. Later, while walking through Paris, Andrey sees a woman, Vera (Svetlana Ivanova), who looks just like the young woman he had seen on the headstone. And so begins the telling of two love stories, separated by three generations and one hundred years.Written by
Brilliant in acting, cinematography and score. The story was not put together as well as it could have been.
To the reviewer from Australia, glad you are there. Here you would clearly be a liberal, anti Russian moron. The story transcends your anti-Russian dogma and details a story and a setting, not an agenda for today. If you didn't see that you should keep your two cents in your pocket. Presentation of a background in the realm where the characters were was spot on. The opulence was real, the war was real. The revolution was real. It was shown from a particular perspective without the underlying crap mr. Aussie thinks was there and imagined because his mind was already made up. Watch with an open mind and enjoy. Watch the original in Russian. Герой!!! Further, enjoy the performance of the song Romance by Dima Bilan. It is very well done.
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