What Russian comedies keep in stomach

Top Russian modern comedies

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 21st century gave fans of Russian comedy a number of wonderful funny films, which have successfully gone and go on screens as in Russia and beyond.

In 2005, the film “Zhmurky”was released on the Russian screen, in which famous Russian actors Dmitry Dyuzhev, Sergey Makovetsky, Nikita Mikhalkov, Anatoly Zhuravlev and a number of others were filmed of no less famous actors. In this film film intertwined such genres of film as crime, thriller and, of course, comedy.

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famous director Alexey Balabanov shot the comedy. This film is considered one of the best Russian modern comedy films. It tells of the dashing years of the late twentieth century. When lawlessness and lawlessness prevailed in the country. The events in the film are intertwined into a crime-sharp comedy that is funny and interesting to watch.

The top funny comedies in recent years included the film “B/B” with the participation of actors Guram Babilvili, Sergey Makovetsky, Alexei Chadov, Ekaterina Rednikova, etc.

The plot of the film is very extraordinary. He points out that everything in life is no accident. Every person comes into our world with some purpose. The meeting of two people that takes place in the plot proves that thought. This film tape is more eccentric-turned-tragicomedy than purely comedic.

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best comedy of 2017 in Russia was named “About Love. Adults only.” The tape starred a remarkable cast: Fyodor Bondarchuk, Anna Mikhalkova, Tinatina Dalakishvili, Ingeborga Dapkunaite, John Malkovich, etc.

The plot of this film tells the story of one professor who tells in his lectures about a personal great love for his wife. But the speech in the film is not only about him, but also about several more characters who became listeners of this professor. Everything is funny and interesting. But the movie is really better only by adults.

Russian comedy-fantasy “The Last Bogatyr” successfully passed on screens and won the love of many viewers. This film won the Golden Eagle Award for Plastic Special Effects and Grim. The characters of this tape are inimitable. They were perfectly played by actors Mila Sivatskaya, Elena Yakovleva, Viktor Horinyak, Evgeny Dyatlov, etc. Interesting story about how a modern gore psychic gets into a fairytale world. Ivan (that’s the name of the hero) will stalk with magical situations and adventures that will fundamentally change his outlook and life position.

Conclusion

Russian cinematographer creates comedies first of all for his audience. This oldest genre of cinema has always helped and continues to help people lift their spirits, cope with their negative emotions. Humor in Russian comedies can be called point, as it is designed for its domestic viewer.

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