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Vietnam has opened a week of Russian cinema

The Consulate General of the Russian Federation in Da Nang organized the Russian Film Week with 8 August 2014, reports the correspondent. APR PRESS with reference to the official website of the consulate.

Viewers will be able to watch six touching films by contemporary Russian directors: Five Brides (directed by Karen Oganesyan), My Boyfriend is an Angel (directed by Vera Storozheva), Yolki-2 (directed by Timur Bekmambetov), ​​Moms ( various directors), “My dad is Baryshnikov” (directed by Dmitry Povolotsky, Mark Drugoy) and “I will be there” (directed by Pavel Ruminov). Admission to the shows is free.

In May this year, the Week of Russian Films of the Mosfilm studio took place in Da Nang as part of the Mosfilm Week in Vietnam. Among the films shown were "Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears", "Hussar Ballad" and "They Fought for the Motherland."

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