Aboard a ship early in the 20th-century, a middle-aged Italian tells his story of love to a Russian. In a series of flashbacks filmed almost entirely in creams, whites, and ochers, the clownish and superfluous Romano Patroni leaves his wife's opulent home to visit a spa where he falls in love with a Russian woman whose marriage is a horror. He pursues her into the Russian heartland and returns to Italy resolved to leave his wife and marry his love. His amazed and appreciative Russian listener then narrates a shorter story.
Writer:Aleksandr Adabashyan (story and screenplay), Nikita Mikhalkov (story and screenplay), Suso Cecchi D'Amico (scenario collaborator), Anton Chekhov (shor
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Dammy G (de) wrote: Wow. Air Buddies stooped to ripping of Indiana Jones? Pathetic. Just pathetic.
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Jack S (it) wrote: Not bad. Fun really.
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Charlie 7 (us) wrote: It's entertaining but feels lacking in certain areas
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Sandy H (mx) wrote: The type of movie that makes you question the rationale for movies.