Kolya (1996)

PG-13   |    |  Comedy, Drama, Music


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A confirmed bachelor is in for the surprise of his life when a get-rich-quick scheme backfires - setting off a wild set of circumstances - and leaving him with a pint-sized new roommate.


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  • Vladimír Smutný and Jan Sverák in Kolya (1996)
  • Zdenek Sverák and Libuse Safránková in Kolya (1996)
  • Zdenek Sverák and Andrey Khalimon in Kolya (1996)
  • Zdenek Sverák and Irina Bezrukova in Kolya (1996)
  • Zdenek Sverák and Andrey Khalimon in Kolya (1996)
  • Zdenek Sverák and Andrey Khalimon in Kolya (1996)

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14 October 1998 | Kiwi-7
10
| Magic!
I saw Kolya at the cinema during the film festival here in 1997, and recently rented the video so the rest of my family could see it. The ending may be rather predictable, but the characterization is just magic. Best scenes: Kolya's funeral for the puppet, and the lump-in-the-throat moment when Kolya tries to call his babushka in the bathtub. Give that kid another acting job! A beautiful film. Even if you don't generally watch subtitled films, this one's worth it. My family and I all agree--this is a 10/10 film. They don't come any better.

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Release Date:

24 January 1997

Language

Czech, Russian, Slovak


Country of Origin

Czech Republic, UK, France

Filming Locations

Prague, Czech Republic

Box Office

Gross USA:

$5,770,254

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$5,770,254

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