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Moscow (2000)

Moskva (original title)
The film centres on Mike, a businessman in decidedly the new Russian mould. When Mike gets stung on a deal, his suspicions immediately fall on Lev, who receives the customary torture to make him reveal where the money has gone.
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Cast

Credited cast:
Ingeborga Dapkunaite ... Masha
Tatyana Drubich ... Olga
Natalya Kolyakanova ... Irina
Aleksandr Baluev ... Mike
Viktor Gvozditsky ... Mark
Stanislav Pavlov ... Lev
Nikolay Chindyaykin ... Sliva
Igor Zolotovitskiy ... Tall man
Yuriy Stepanov Yuriy Stepanov ... Surgeon
Mamuka Kikaleishvili ... Famous person (as Mamuka Kikaleyshvili)
Aleksandra Islentyeva Aleksandra Islentyeva ... Registrar
Sergey Chonishvili ... Club visitor
Olesya Potashinskaya ... Club visitor
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Olga Dzusova Olga Dzusova ... Vocal
Valeriy Ivakov
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Storyline

The film centres on Mike, a businessman in decidedly the new Russian mould. When Mike gets stung on a deal, his suspicions immediately fall on Lev, who receives the customary torture to make him reveal where the money has gone.

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Country:

Russia

Language:

Russian

Release Date:

2 March 2001 (Estonia) See more »

Also Known As:

Moscow See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Studio Telekino See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color
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Mockva
29 November 2005 | by severaloptionsSee all my reviews

I took the movie very seriously. Of course it is a black farce. But not only so.

I love to watch this movie. The director captured my attention and held it. The acting is extremely well-done down to the smallest gesture. The dialogue is meaningful; the silences even more so. Tatyana Drybich found her role here.

To me the movie uses this medium of dark farce to make some uncomfortable points about the course of Russia. That is obvious. But also it talks about what is meaningful to anyone. I think the dentist has an important role in the film, and his character is particularly well-done. Bravo!!! Very moving, poignant.


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