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Na Parizh! (2019)

May 1945. Europe celebrates the end of a terrible war. The three Soviet soldiers, who have had blood, pain and loss behind them, repeat like a spell: "From now on, everything will be ... See full summary »

Director:

Sergey Sarkisov
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Cast

Credited cast:
Dmitriy Pevtsov ... Voronin / Major
Sergey Makovetskiy ... Stoletov / Major
Renata Litvinova
Evgeniy Stychkin ... Sterzhnev / Captain
Fyodor Dobronravov ... Chmil
Tornike Kvitatiani Tornike Kvitatiani ... Bakhradze / Lieutenant
Maksim Vazhov Maksim Vazhov ... Klyukvin
Igor Zolotovitskiy
Kirill Zaytsev ... Leonid Eliseev
Lana Yokhim Lana Yokhim ... Madeleine
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Mikhail Efremov
Sergey Frolov Sergey Frolov ... Intendant
Alina Lanina
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May 1945. Europe celebrates the end of a terrible war. The three Soviet soldiers, who have had blood, pain and loss behind them, repeat like a spell: "From now on, everything will be different." And as a proof of new hope and freedom, they leave arbitrarily to Paris. They just can't go home without seeing Mona Lisa. The brave tanker Voronin, Captain Sterznev and senior Lieutenant Bakradze set out on a captured Mercedes and meet happy and frightening events: they are attacked with a machine gun, an American officer invites them to whiskey, enthusiastic prostitutes hold a party and the next fate of the winners is at stake. Will our heroes be able to reach the Louvre? Will they fulfill their dreams, which led them along the path of war and gave them the strength to fight? Written by Wiki

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War

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The film is based on the real-life story of the WWII ace tank operator and Hero of the Soviet Union Alexandre Ivanovich Milukov. See more »

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Russian spit into russian history
9 May 2020 | by tangentsmithSee all my reviews

Another project to spill some mess over the Great Soviet Victory by Anti-Soviet, rusophobic Russian community including Russian government as the Ministry of Culture and local oligarch family. Not a surprise as this is not the first modern Russian movie in WW2 setting that's been filmed supported by pro oligarchy government to paint Soviet history with black colors. Not a surprise that there is a massive resonance among the Russian people and people from ex-USSR republics as there are WW2 veterans still alive and they are different people compare to characters shown in the modern Russian films. It is common thing that many people say those directors and scriptwriters are filming movies mostly about themselves and those people that pay money for that dirty propaganda films as their characters speak and act like these days modern people. And mostly they show their characters as a drunk, uneducated gangsters instead of Soviet people of culture, honor and respect who they mostly were. It is sad to realize, that these days anti-Soviet propaganda films are coming from inside the country as often as from outside it from Western filmmakers.


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Country:

Russia

Language:

Russian

Release Date:

9 May 2019 (Russia) See more »

Also Known As:

Paris'e See more »

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Box Office

Budget:

RUR180,000,000 (estimated)

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$142,748
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Blitz Films See more »
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Color
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