Tagged: chulpan khamatova
I took a look at my IMDb whack history to see how many actual new-to-me films I had caught this past 2013, and made up a list of thirty films I loved seeing for the first time.
Diana Arbenina finally releases the music video for her single Idi Ko Mne (ИДИ КО МНЕ) starring actress Chulpan Khamatova.
A war movie without war, a slow-paced drama exploring the boyhood of a group of friends who live for football (soccer) in 1914, in the eve of World War I.
A Russian woman named Katya who arrives in America and takes the cab ride of her life when she meets her driver, Viktor, a Russian man whose path may have crossed with Katya’s past one way or the other.
Directed by Vladimir Khotinenko and starring Yevgeny Mironov as the iconic Russian writer, Dostoevsky chronicles his life from when he was about to be executed in 1849 through all the women he was interested in or loved.
Back in 2008, Amazon — somehow — announced that their MP3 section was going international. It’s been over 5 years now, and I haven’t bought a single MP3 from them.
This is a comedy… of sorts, about a Russian immigrant in Portugal who’s married to a small-time crook who starts to make a living out of selling fake passports to illegal immigrants. Ah, the Land of the Free.
Tuvalu is an experimental dramedy with romantic undertones following the life of Anton, the caretaker of a decadent bathhouse business, its quirky owners and its customers.
Have you yourself ever killed?
Imagine Wolverine had only one blade. That’s exactly Sasha’s curse (or gift). When emotions run too high, it comes out of his hand and people are killed.