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Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears 1980 123movies

Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears 1980 123movies

Feb. 11, 1980142 Min.
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Plot: This is a life story of three girlfriends from youth to autumn ages. Their dreams and wishes, love, disillusions…
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Good beginning, disintegrates into stereotypes
This film makes one wonder what exactly the heroine worked so hard for. A young girl from a small town comes to Moscow and becomes pregnant. Her lover repudiates her, the lover’s mother humiliates her, telling her that she is not a good fit for her big-city dandy son. Rather than leave Moscow and go back to her parents, or try to perform an abortion on herself, the heroine has the baby. She works hard at the factory, getting up at 5 AM every morning, passes grueling entrance exams into college, becomes an engineer — all while raising her little girl as a single parent and an unwed mother. Bold subject matter for a Soviet movie made in the seventies.

Then — a compromise: the heroine who, sixteen years after her ordeal, has a good life, a good home, and a prestigious managerial job, falls head over heals for a man who treats her like dirt.

“Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears” was made almost at the same time as the equally celebrated “Workplace Romance” (“Sluzhebnyj Roman”), and they are, in a sense, competitors. Both movies are about single women in their mid- to late thirties who made a brilliant career but were never married. Both heroines are presented as strong-willed, independent individuals in managerial positions, whose lives are nevertheless missing something. But if “Sluzhebnyj Roman” says that life is incomplete without love, “Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears” says that life is incomplete without a man.

Women of the older generation are all in love with “Moscow”‘s main male character — the heroine’s ultimate husband. I cannot fathom why — the actor’s cute, but his character is unnerving. One does not need to be a feminist to have a strong urge to throw this man down the stairs. He stifles every impulse of individuality in her; he presumes to know what she wants, what’s proper for her and what’s not; he patronizes her; he pushes her around. On the train, he begins their acquaintance by commenting: “You have the eyes of a woman who is not married.” (What kind of eyes are those?) I cannot see why one would find any charm in such familiarity and cocky self-assurance from a stranger.

It’s worth noting that the corresponding character in “Sluzhenyj Roman” — an excessively mild-mannered, shy man — learns to stand up to the bossy heroine, but does so without disrespecting her. The character in “Moscow”, on the contrary, puts the heroine in her proper place — which is to be quiet and follow orders.

I think that a Western critic would perceive the ending of “Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears” as ironic and sad. The heroine, a woman who spent her life making something of herself by overcoming seemingly insurmountable obstacles, is last shown fussing around her kitchen for the benefit of a man who was not with her on that long journey, who dares to raise his voice at her in her own home, while eating her food, and who acts as if his very physical presence at the table confers a rare privilege on a woman whose clock is ticking.

Review By: Verbatima Rating: Date: 2001-07-19
Professional work with normal drama, which is rare nowadays
Utterly normal drama, in the sense that every episode has two or three functions at the same time(developing the story, depicting the social background,making the main characters understandable and sympathetic to the viewer,pushing the dramatic situation forward).

There is no useless episode or detail. The shooting and editing is complete, not waisting time to be too artistic(because it is not a Art-House film).

This is a professional cinema work with normally composed drama,but not only so.

The story begins in 1958, soon after the short “thaw”(ottepeli) had come to Soviet society, when Soviet cinema was full of hope and energy. So it is natural that young girls go to the theater with the board announcing “Festival of French films” and they dream of better life,to marry “celebrity”, to become rich. It was so that moment.

Screenwriter and director are utterly right to jump 20 years and then to start telling about their own time(film was made in late 70s). Dreams of youth were betrayed by the reality, but not so cruelly for ordinary people(different form intelligentsia),as Western right conservatives may have imagined. In Soviet Union lived such ordinary people, as well as intelligentsia under political pressure and many other social types(it happened and happens in USA, Japan and any other countries).

We don’t know how Katya suffered from personal complex and from possible injustice, but such things will make no sense to drama. And professionals doesn’t add meaningless details to their works.

Review By: shusei Rating: 8 Date: 2006-07-16

Other Information:

Original Title Москва слезам не верит
Release Date 1980-02-11
Release Year 1980

Original Language ru
Runtime 2 hr 30 min (150 min), 2 hr 10 min (130 min) (France)
Budget 900000
Revenue 2500000
Status Released
Rated PG
Genre Comedy, Drama, Romance
Director Vladimir Menshov
Writer Valentin Chernykh, Vladimir Menshov
Actors Vera Alentova, Aleksey Batalov, Irina Muravyova
Country Soviet Union
Awards Won 1 Oscar. 3 wins & 1 nomination total
Production Company N/A
Website N/A


Technical Information:

Sound Mix Mono
Aspect Ratio 1.37 : 1
Camera N/A
Laboratory Mosfilm, Moscow, Soviet Union (color)
Film Length 4,065 m (Sweden)
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Spherical
Printed Film Format 35 mm

Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears 1980 123movies
Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears 1980 123movies
Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears 1980 123movies
Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears 1980 123movies
Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears 1980 123movies
Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears 1980 123movies
Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears 1980 123movies
Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears 1980 123movies
Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears 1980 123movies
Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears 1980 123movies
Original title Москва слезам не верит
TMDb Rating 7.8 158 votes

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