This time Lesha, Slava, Kamil and Sasha go to St. Petersburg. And three of the four do not even know why they go there. But at some point it becomes clear that it does not matter - why. It is important that they go.
Four friends are forced to stay put in a radio station on New Year's Eve after one of them gets into trouble. They use the opportunity to remember the past, talk about women, music, and decisions they had made throughout their lives.
Contemporary Moscow. Journalist Sonya Bagretsova reviews restaurants for a popular Internet magazine. A misanthrope who wants and needs no one, she has one weakness - alcohol - that lands her in a ridiculous predicament.
Moskovskaya Saga doesn't get enough credit. It is such a touching movie. I have watched it over and over and it never gets old. The actors, from the big actors with huge roles (Solomin, Chyrikova, etc) to the ones who play very small roles, are amazing. You find yourself sympathizing with everyone (well, mostly everyone)from the first minute of the film and worrying for your favorite character. There is love, death, drama, romance, action, and everything you could ever want in a movie all put into one. If possible, I would give it an 11 out of 10 because it's so good! Everyone, both Russian speakers and non-Russian speakers should watch this.
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