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Re: Russian cinema.

Sat, 27 Jan 2018, 10:26

In Russia comes out in 2018 comedy about the President is very similar to Putin ...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cI2BnwNBrro

This film is not prohibited.

Re: Russian cinema.

Sat, 14 Apr 2018, 19:16

Who is watching the TV series "Terror"? 3 series.
Stopwatch "Made in the USSR"! :lol:

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Re: Russian cinema.

Sat, 14 Apr 2018, 20:11

ok so the only Russian film I ever watched is called Андрей Рублёв and is... well, maybe one of the strangest things I've ever seen. But no, I've once seen a film about Afghanistan, but I don't recall if it was from the USSR. Is there any good movie about the war from Russian/Soviet POV?
Ah now I realise that I've also watched the classic Eisenstein movie.

Re: Russian cinema.

Sat, 14 Apr 2018, 20:22

Vova12 wrote:In Russia comes out in 2018 comedy about the President is very similar to Putin ...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cI2BnwNBrro

This film is not prohibited.

Was Rocky 4 prohibited? How was the movie generally received in Russia?

Re: Russian cinema.

Sun, 15 Apr 2018, 06:33

rey200 wrote:ok so the only Russian film I ever watched is called Андрей Рублёв and is... well, maybe one of the strangest things I've ever seen. But no, I've once seen a film about Afghanistan, but I don't recall if it was from the USSR. Is there any good movie about the war from Russian/Soviet POV?
Ah now I realise that I've also watched the classic Eisenstein movie.


In the USSR and Russia many films about the war were filmed. Especially in the USSR.
I can say which movie i like most.

"In war as in war."

https://sovietmoviesonline.com/ru/drama ... voyne.html

Or "Chronicle of a dive bomber."
Did not find with English subtitles.

http://gelomarted.ru/v/760929

These are old movies.

Re: Russian cinema.

Sun, 15 Apr 2018, 06:36

There is a site of films with English subtitles

https://sovietmoviesonline.com/

Re: Russian cinema.

Sun, 15 Apr 2018, 06:51

Bolaroid wrote:Was Rocky 4 prohibited? How was the movie generally received in Russia?

I can only talk about the eighties.
Soviet films were banned in the USSR, foreign movies bought were shown in the cinema and they were sucessful.

But it was not horror or action movies.

I watched Rocky and Rembo on the VCR. But the VCR was a rarity. Usually 5-10 people gathered and watched film.

The police caught only those who took money for it.

The imported VCR cost as a machine 7-10.000 rubles. The salary of ordinary people was 180-240.

In the mideighties a Soviet video recorder apeared for 1200 rubles.
The speculantors 2 times more expensive.
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Re: Russian cinema.

Sun, 15 Apr 2018, 13:56

Vova12 wrote:
Bolaroid wrote:Was Rocky 4 prohibited? How was the movie generally received in Russia?

I can only talk about the eighties.
Soviet films were banned in the USSR, foreign movies bought were shown in the cinema and they were sucessful.

But it was not horror or action movies.

I watched Rocky and Rimbaud on the VCR. But the VCR was a rarity. Usually 5-10 people gathered and watched film.

The police caught only those who took money for it.

The imported VCR cost as a machine 7-10.000 rubles. The salary of ordinary people was 180-240.

In the mideighties a Soviet video recorder apeared for 1200 rubles.
The speculantors 2 times more expensive.

Is Rocky shown on TV in Russia today?

Rocky 4 was USA v Soviet Union, the big blonde guy, Ivan Drago was the SU boxer. Do you know the film? It is the best Rocky movie in my opinion.

Re: Russian cinema.

Sun, 15 Apr 2018, 16:22

Bolaroid wrote:
The speculantors 2 times more expensive.

Is Rocky shown on TV in Russia today?

Rocky 4 was USA v Soviet Union, the big blonde guy, Ivan Drago was the SU boxer. Do you know the film? It is the best Rocky movie in my opinion.[/quote]
Yes, we have many TV channels and undoubtedly somewhere this film is shown.

I not a big fan of creativiti Stallone, but i think that the best part is the first one.
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