• 电影名称 Moskva slezam ne verit

  • 中文名称 莫斯科不相信眼泪
  •  类型  喜剧 / 戏剧 / 爱情
  •  国家  苏联
  •  语言  俄语
  •  时长  2 hr 30 min (150 min) / 2 hr 10 min (130 min) (France)
  • 上映时间 11 February 1980 (Soviet Union)
This is one of the most captivating love stories I've ever seen onfilm. It starts with a young woman (Katya, played by Vera Alentova)reporting to her Worker's Dormitory friends that she has flunked by twopoints the exam to get into university. It ends with the mostincredible sweetness of life.It is ...
This is a tribute to the Soviet era some people in Ukraine stillconsider to be the best years of their lives.I saw the movie in mychild years, but didn't pay much attention to it. Now, when I studyfilm history and techniques, the movie revealed to me some dark sides."Moskva sliezam nie verit", I gue...
This was one of the last movies I have seen before leaving Russia. I amwatching it every time with a lot of pleasure. It is funny, and touching totears some moments. It is also very realistic, as many women in Russia wentthrough the same problems as the three girls, and it touches most of peoplein ...
This may be the first Russian movie I saw that did not end tragically.There were the normal problems of living in Moscow, particularly forthe 3 young women trying to make it under very difficult circumstances.The things they do (particularly Lyudmilla) are funny and yet give us aglimpse into how dif...
The second Best Foreign Language Film winner from the Soviet Union wassomething impressive. "Moskva slezam ne verit" (called "Moscow Does NotBelieve in Tears" in English) starts out portraying three collegefriends in 1958, and picks up twenty years later.In 1958, Katya (Vera Alentova) is motivated, ...
Moving story of three young girls who come to the capital of SovietRussia in search of their fate. They play rich girls to impress theguys, and succeed in doing so. Katya (the protagonist) does not likethe game, but still goes with the girls. But the truth is soonrevealed, and Katya's boyfriend brea...
Culturally interesting since this occurs in a Communist country that USpropaganda gave little insight on the values and realities of the people.Wesee idealistic poets who say the older generation made mistakes, womenpromoted to executive positions, a film produced by the State yetapproaching sexual ...
If you try to understand the meaning of Soviet mode of life (especiallyplace of woman in Soviet society), this film represents the best one youcanfind for this purpose.The destinies of three women are depicted in clear and awesome way, andthemost important you can see is that whatever happens in lif...
A soviet film very emotive and marvelous.When I saw by first turn I totouchmuch,because is a realist story about the life.And is more,like is a movie of 1979,in that time not are common see asinglewoman with a child.Well,my opinion is that this film is like that toannounce the future.Well,in this mo...
Being of Russian descent and a first generation Australian, I first sawthisfilm in the original Russian a year or two after it came out. At the timeIthought it was one of the funniest things I had seen in a long long time.Isaw it again when our World Movie channel broadcast it and I laughed justasha...
Moscow Does Not Believe In Tears is an appealing comedy-drama with muchto say about Soviet society from the 1950s to the 1970s. The castdeliver standout performances, and this is the film's greateststrength. The story is about their lives. The city's scenery is oftenfeatured, with cinematography tha...
Vladimir Menshov's well-balanced 'Moscow does not believe in tears'provides a moving story about human warmth. About fortunes andmisfortunes that can befell anyone of us -- enabling us to identifyeasily.This film also is about a very East European female eagerness to huntafter Mr. Right. Pressure is...
I've seen this movie many many times. But many times I've noticed somedetails in the plot which made me estimating again what is reallyhappening there, and what were the writer's main idea in such a plot.The acting is also brilliant, and after seeing this movie severaltimes, each another time makes ...
This movie is not likable by everyone, although I loved it. There isnot much to this movie if we compare it with fast paced action,thriller of Hollywood or intense drama, but instead this is a simplemovie of three women friends in general or more specifically ofKaterina who is a hard working women, ...
This film makes one wonder what exactly the heroine worked so hard for. Ayoung girl from a small town comes to Moscow and becomes pregnant. Herlover repudiates her, the lover's mother humiliates her, telling her thatshe is not a good fit for her big-city dandy son. Rather than leave Moscowand go ...
I did not love "Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears" but did like it andappreciate it. I am confused, however, that it is apparently the secondbiggest Russian film ever according to IMDb--it didn't seem THAT good.Regardless, it's a film where the second half if MUCH better than thefirst and so my advic...
Loved by both Russian and western audience alike,this film has oftenbeen regarded as entertaining romantic comedy and nothing more.Still,it,s a timeless story about love,friendship and the pursuit ofhappiness. It is the story of three girls who leave in 1957 theirhometown somewhere in the remote Rus...
This won the Best Foreign Film Academy Award and it has received a lotof very high plaudits here. I didn't like it quite as much as wouldjustify all that enthusiasm -- but I did like it.It's a sweet story, touchingly told, with very good acting from allinvolved. Because it's presented in two parts w...
Films from a Communist nation can be Propaganda, but this is a FairyTale and Novella in the idea of so many Mexican Telenovellas that havebeen shown in Russia. This Film deserved its Oscar, and Vera Alentovaas Katya is wonderful, let alone her being a beautiful Lady. The story begins in Moskva "Mosc...
The given film, one of the most favourite films at my mum. It is a lotof years, I didn't give it many value, yet haven't learned that suchOscar and for what give it. The film describes destiny of the woman atwhich all life has gone head over heels, I advise to watch this film topeople who had simila...
You might say this is a Russian version of American Graffiti. It startsfollowing the lives of a large group of Russian teens in 1958. However,it follows them through the next 20 years as well. The movie gets moreand more interesting as the characters evolve to become more serious.The gradual ageing ...
The film "Moscow doesn't believe in tears" has many characteristics ofthe typical Bolshevist movie. First of all, the plot develops at quitea slow pace. The director is not in a hurry, for there are no budgetrestrictions, apart from the materials. And the audience values a quietand calm life style. ...
Two periods in the life of a Russian woman trying to find romance. Thetitle seems to come from a Eurovision-type song, though it's not clearexactly who or what 'Moscow' is meant to represent - the Kremlinperhaps. It's a long film but maintains momentum after a manic startand few scenes outstay their...
This film was aired in China during the 1980's, when China and former-USSRwas still bitter enemies due to political ideological split, yet, thestoryis good enough to break such barriers in political ideology and aired inChina. Of course, the original intend of Chinese government was to usethisfilm ...
I first saw this film in Sri Lanka at a Soviet Cultural Centre. At theend, to be polite, I told a Soviet Embassy staffer, "You Russians makebetter French films than the French." (This is a good film, but it'sEuropean, jerky and the plot takes second place to people gossiping,like in an Eric Rohmer m...
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