The Romanoffs (2018– )
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End of the Line 

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On a trip abroad to pursue their legacy, a couple faces destruction.

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Matthew Weiner

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Matthew Weiner (created by), André Jacquemetton (as Andre Jacquemetton) | 6 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Kathryn Hahn ... Anka
Jay R. Ferguson ... Joe Garner
Annet Mahendru ... Elena Evanovich
Clea DuVall ... Patricia Callahan
Stephanie McVay ... Barb Callahan
Marina Weis Marina Weis ... Mrs. Fedunov
Anastasija Marcenkaite ... Vera (as Anastasija Marcenkaitè)
Zofia Wichlacz ... Nadya
Ieva Andrejevaite Ieva Andrejevaite ... Young Woman at Airport (as Leva Andrejevaite)
Dalina Costin Dalina Costin ... Orphanage Attendant
Sophia Chitu Sophia Chitu ... Zoya
Oleg Nasobin Oleg Nasobin ... Orphanage Security Guard
Florintina Ciobanu Florintina Ciobanu ... Hotel Bartender
Olga Louzgina Olga Louzgina ... Russian Judge
Alisa Margina-Mileah Alisa Margina-Mileah ... Translator
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On a trip abroad to pursue their legacy, a couple faces destruction.

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Drama

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Release Date:

16 November 2018 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Constanta, Romania

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Elena Evanovich: [about orphan] She goes to school like the others until she's 16. Then, hopefully, she learns a trade: Waitress, secretary... If not, she's out on the street like the others, and then we're taking in *their* babies.
Anka: That's terrible.
Elena Evanovich: You still feel sad in the middle of this happiness. You really *are* Russian.
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Honey Honey
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Nice episode with corny Russian stuff
23 November 2018 | by soltitSee all my reviews

Overall it's a nice episode with good acting from the two leads. The moral dilemma of adoption is presented in a low key but precise manner.

But the Russian specific is so corny. Russians speak with a strong accent (if you shoot in Vladivostok why not hire actual Russian actors for smaller parts?). Everywhere there're soldiers with Kalashnikovs which you never encounter in reality. People smoke inside cafes and offices which is forbidden. American chicken from 25 years ago is discussed like an ongoing thing. So many details are totally false and stupid. But in the end thanks to the main story the episode remains quite good.


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