Cîntecele marii (1971)

  |  Comedy, Musical


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A film-review, film-concert with almost no subject and nice songs.


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6 September 2006 | Vladimir Dmitriev
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| Typical musical movie of early 70-th
Typical musical film of early 70-th, it's nothing unusual: really, the plot of film strongly reminds the collection of video clips: "One pure peace sky, one bright southern sun, one warm Black sea and deep true friendship of hot hearts connect the Soviet and Romanian youth..." (The citation from the Soviet poster to the film). It's product of Russian and Romanian cooperation: Romanian director and Russian movie-star of 1970-th Natalya Fateeva. But it is very colourful and beautiful film which plot occurs on seacoast. And songs aren't bad too, they are very pathetic and melodious. By the way, one of songs from this movie - "Sing, a guitar!" (T. Popa, Robert Rozhdestvensky) - was the most favorite song of the most well-known hockey player of Soviet team Valery Borisovitch Kharlamov.

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Comedy | Musical

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Release Date:

8 October 1971

Language

Romanian, Russian


Country of Origin

Romania, Soviet Union

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