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Soviet Cult film Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears

Soviet Cult film Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears

Soviet Cult film Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears

Soviet Cult film Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears
In February 1980, was released the Soviet cult film by Vladimir Menshov “Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears” – a lyrical story about the lives of three friends provincials who came to conquer the capital. A year later, the American Film Academy has awarded its highest film award – “Oscar”, considering it the best foreign film of the year. “The thing that attracted me – it’s a great move, when Katerina gets an alarm clock and falls asleep crying and wakes up in a few years and wakes up her adult daughter. I even thought at first that I just missed a few pages. And when I realized that it is a decision – to jump in 20 years, I was impressed by the idea.” Such happiness that these films were, and every second it is possible to touch the beauty that has been already created. The film is permeated by the breath of the era. Feel Moscow of the 1950s as it was – bustling, colorful, variegated. Moscow was then still the capital of Russia and the Soviet state.
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