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Kate White 7 years ago
Moscow Does not Believe in Tears (Russian: Москва слезам не верит; translit. Moskva slezam ne verit) is a 1980 Soviet film made by Mosfilm. It was written by Valentin Chernykh and directed by Vladimir Menshov. The leading roles were played by Menshov's wife Vera Alentova and by Aleksey Batalov. The film won an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film in 1980. The movie is set in Moscow from the late 1950s to the late 1970s. It tells a story about three provincial girls who come to Moscow. They are settled in the same room in a dormitory and eventually become friends. Katerina (Vera Alentova) strives to earn her degree and also works hard at a factory. She house-sits an apartment for rich Moscow relatives for a while, and her friend Lyudmila (Irina Muravyova) convinces her to pretend that they are the daughters of a rich professor, in order to seduce intelligent, wealthy Muscovite men. At a party thrown by Lyudmila in the apartment, she meets a man Rudolf (Yuri Vasilyev) who works...
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