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Gleb ORLOV
Глеб ОРЛОВ
Gleb ORLOV
 
Russia, 2010, 85 mn 
Colour, fiction

Nasha Russia: Balls of Doom

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Наша Russia. Яйца Судьбы

 

 Notre Russie. Les oeufs du destin

 Nasha Russia. Yaytsa sudby


 
Directed by : Gleb ORLOV (Глеб ОРЛОВ)
Writing credits : Vyacheslav DUSMUKHAMETOV (Вячеслав ДУСМУХАМЕТОВ), Aleksey LYAPOROV (Алексей ЛЯПОРОВ), Semyon SLEPAKOV (Семён СЛЕПАКОВ)
 
Cast
Mikhail GALUSTYAN (Михаил ГАЛУСТЯН) ...Rovshan
Natalia KHOROKHORINA (Наталья ХОРОХОРИНА)
Nikolay KOVBAS (Николай КОВБАС)
Roman MADIANOV (Роман МАДЯНОВ)
Valery MAGDYASH (Валерий МАГДЬЯШ) ...Jumzhud
Sergey RUBEKO (Сергей РУБЕКО)
Aleksandr SEMCHEV (Александр СЕМЧЕВ)
Sergey SVETLAKOV (Сергей СВЕТЛАКОВ) ...Leonid
Viktor VERZHBITSKY (Виктор ВЕРЖБИЦКИЙ)
 
Cinematography : Marat ADELSHIN (Марат АДЕЛЬШИН)
Produced by : Elmira AYNULOVA (Эльмира АЙНУЛОВА), Ruben DISHDISHIAN (Рубен ДИШДИШЯН), Artur JANIBEKYAN (Артур ДЖАНИБЕКЯН), Garik MARTIROSYAN (Гарик МАРТИРОСЯН), Semyon SLEPAKOV (Семён СЛЕПАКОВ)
Release date in Russia : 21/01/2010
 

Plot synopsis
Comedy based on motives from the television programme “Our Russia” (TNT). the foreman Leonid receives the order for a very expensive repair from an oligarch and allocated the job to two illegal migrant workers (gastarbeiter) from nubarashen: Rafshan and Djumjud. When their boss disappears, the useless pair tries to find and save him, whilst generating chaos and destruction everywhere. But when things are most hopeless, fate is kind to the migrants and rafshan and Djumjud learn of a secret that will change everything …
 

Selected in the following festivals :
- Sputnik nad Polska, Warsaw (Poland), 2012
- Open Russian Film Festival Kinotavr, Sochi (Russia), 2010


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