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Расплата - Netflix

Dramatic story of Larisa's life. A simple working woman who has never seen happiness, the husband constantly drinks, every day turns into a true nightmare. Standing on the threshold of her own house, she has no desire to enter it. The only salvation is a little daughter, who became a ray of sunshine in this nightmarish and dark world. But even here everything is not perfect, because of the persistent maladies of the baby, the mother can not restrain herself in any work, she always has to stay at home, because she can not even leave the baby. Her husband began drinking more and more often, things started to disappear from the house. During another drunken scandal, a neighbor decides to intervene. She decides to introduce Larissa to her cohabitants, the married couple Marina and Roman. A couple of shuttles sincerely sympathized with the woman, having taken her story to heart, invite her to go with them to their seaside town where they can provide her with work. Then it seemed like salvation, nothing else was needed, just to escape from this hell. But what started so sweetly ended very sadly. The couple takes away Larissa's passport, and sells it together with the child in slavery for debts. Now the main character with the child in her arms is forced to wander around the city and beg. Everyone knows about such a business, so there is nowhere to wait for help. But at some point, fate decides to change everything. Evil can not be unpunished, sooner or later punishment will come and then you should not ask for forgiveness. On the way of Larissa there is an assistant, as if sent by God, who helps her to get a ticket to a new happy life.

Расплата - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2018-01-20

Расплата - Tatyana Barysheva - Netflix

Tatyana Semyonovna Barysheva (Russian: Татья́на Семёновна Ба́рышева) (31 December 1896 - 10 February 1979) was a Soviet stage and film actress.

Расплата - Life - Netflix

Barysheva was born in Moscow. From 1915 to 1918 she was an actress at the Drama Studio of the Moscow Philharmonic. Later she also worked at the Kalyaevsky People's House in Moscow, as well as with theater troupes in Vladimir and Vyatka. In 1945, she became an actress at the Moscow State Film Actor Theater, where she remained until 1957. During her film career of more than forty years, she tended to play comedic character roles. Outside of cinema, she was most active in the vaudeville scene, where her fellow actors nicknamed her “Kolobok” in reference to her rotund physique. In 1977 she moved into a film actors' nursing home in Moscow, and died there two years later.

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Покушение - Netflix

Покушение - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 52 minutes

Premier: 2010-05-05

Покушение - Panzer ace - Netflix

“Panzer ace” (“tank ace”) is a contemporary term used in English-speaking popular culture to describe highly decorated German tank (“Panzer”) commanders and crews during World War II. While not prevalent in World War II within the Wehrmacht, it was common in the Waffen-SS to reward its most successful personnel, as the SS organisation was far more attuned to the propaganda imperatives of Nazi Germany. These commanders were credited with the destruction of large numbers of tanks and other armoured vehicles. The British and United States militaries did not recognise any of their tank commanders for “tank kills”, though some were also responsible for destroying a large number of enemy tanks. The term “Panzer ace” has become prominent in contemporary popular culture, especially in the United States or as part of the uncritical portrayal of the Waffen-SS in English-language militaria and popular history works. The term is featured prominently in English translations of the works by German author Franz Kurowski. His biographical Panzer Aces series focuses on highly decorated tank commanders, such as Michael Wittmann and Franz Bäke. In recent years, German historian Sönke Neitzel and American military historian Steven Zaloga, amongst others, have examined the combat performance of highly decorated German tank crews during the war. Zaloga argues that “Panzer ace” is a romanticisation of reality mixed with propaganda, as it is neither possible to correctly determine “tank kills” in the heat of the battle nor to separate individual performance from technological or battlefield advantage. In contrast, British historian Robert Kershaw argues that the large number of tanks destroyed by some German commanders can be attributed to the skills they gained through years of combat.

Покушение - Contemporary use - Netflix

Robert Kershaw, in his book “Tank Men,” refers to a “Tank Ace” being the minority of tank commanders that accounted for the most amount of destroyed enemy armour, saying it is roughly analogous with Flying ace. The German author Franz Kurowski covers “Panzer aces” in several of his hagiographic accounts. Published in the U.S. by J.J. Fedorowicz Publishing in the 1990s and by Stackpole Books in the 2010, his popular series Panzer Aces describes fictionalised careers of highly decorated German soldiers during World War II. A veteran of the Eastern front (as a member of a propaganda company), Kurowski is one of the authors who “have picked up and disseminated the myths of the Wehrmacht in a wide variety of popular publications that romanticize the German struggle in Russia”, according to The Myth of the Eastern Front by historians Ronald Smelser and Edward Davies. The most famous German “Panzer ace”, Michael Wittmann, is credited by Kurowski as having destroyed 60 tanks and nearly as many anti-tank guns in the course of a few days near Kiev in November 1943. According to historian Steven Zaloga, Wittman was credited with about 135 tanks destroyed - although 120 of those were made on the Eastern Front from a virtually impregnable Tiger tank. After the war, Wittmann gained a cult status among admirers of the Wehrmacht, the Waffen-SS and tank warfare. Kurowski's book also describes the actions of “Panzer ace” Franz Bäke in the Cherkassy Pocket. In Kurowski's retelling, after fighting unit after unit of the Red Army, Bäke is able to establish a corridor to the trapped German forces, and then “wipes out” the attacking Soviets. In another of Kurowski's accounts, while attempting to relieve the 6th Army encircled in Stalingrad, Bake destroys 32 enemy tanks in a single engagement.

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Любить нельзя ненавидеть - Netflix

Любить нельзя ненавидеть - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2015-12-11

Любить нельзя ненавидеть - Russian grammar - Netflix

Russian grammar employs an Indo-European inflexional structure, with considerable adaptation. Russian has a highly inflexional morphology, particularly in nominals (nouns, pronouns, adjectives and numerals). Russian literary syntax is a combination of a Church Slavonic heritage, a variety of loaned and adopted constructs, and a standardized vernacular foundation. The spoken language has been influenced by the literary one, with some additional characteristic forms. Russian dialects show various non-standard grammatical features, some of which are archaisms or descendants of old forms discarded by the literary language. Note: In the discussion below, various terms are used in the meaning they have in standard Russian discussions of historical grammar. In particular, aorist, imperfect, etc., are considered verbal tenses rather than aspects, because ancient examples of them are attested for both perfective and imperfective verbs.

Любить нельзя ненавидеть - Interrogative pronouns - Netflix

These interrogatives are used by scholars to denote “usual” questions for correspondent grammatical cases (prepositional is used with о): (кто?) Ма́ша лю́бит (кого?) Ва́сю – (who?) Masha [N.] loves (whom?) Vasya [G.]. The ending “-его” is pronounced as “-ево”.

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Бессонница - Netflix

Бессонница - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2014-02-27

Бессонница - Kristina Orbakaitė - Netflix

Kristina Edmundovna Orbakaitе (Russian: Кристина Эдмундовна Орбакайте, Lithuanian: Kristina Orbakaitė, born 25 May 1971), better known as Kristina Orbakaite, is a Russian-Lithuanian singer and actress. Her parents are Russian pop star Alla Pugacheva and Lithuanian circus performer Mykolas Orbakas.

Бессонница - Discography - Netflix

1994 – Верность “Fidelity” 1996 – Ноль Часов, Ноль Минут “Zero Hours, Zero Minutes” 1998 – Ты “You” 1999 – Той Женщине, Которая... “To That Woman, Who..” 2000 – Май “May” 2001 – The Best 2001 – Remixes 2002 – Верь В Чудеса “Believe in Miracles” 2002 – Океан Любви “Ocean of Love” 2003 – Перелетная Птица “Wandering Bird” 2005 – My Life 2008 – Слышишь.. это я “Listen...it's me” 2009 – The Best Part 1 and Part 2 2011 – Поцелуй на бис “Encore Kiss” 2013 – Маски “Masks” 2016 – Бессонница “Insomnia”

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Гражданин начальник - Netflix

Гражданин начальник - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2001-11-15

Гражданин начальник - Musa Keligov - Netflix

Musa Bamatovich Keligov (Russian: Муса́ Бама́тович Ке́лигов; born March 16, 1963 in Malgobek, USSR) is a Russian politician and former vice-president of “Lukoil-International”. In 2010, he was elected to the upper house of Russia's parliament.

Гражданин начальник - Biography - Netflix

Musa Keligov was born on March 16, 1963 in Malgobek (Chechen-Ingush Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic). From 1984 to 1986, he participated in combat operations in Afghanistan as part of the Soviet Union's army intelligence unit (in the 180th Motorized Rifle Regiment - according to the “Kommersant” newspaper). He served his military service in this regiment, commanded by Ruslan Aushev, the future President of Ingushetia. He was seriously wounded in the battle. He worked as an engineer. In 1989-1991 he served as a deputy of the Supreme Soviet of the Chechen-Ingush Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic. From 1991 to 1994, he then served as the Deputy Chairman of the Committee for the soldiers-internationalists (first under the President of the USSR, and then to the Council of Heads of Government of the countries - participants of the CIS). Keligov graduated from the Moscow State University of Food Production, and the Moscow State Academy of Technologies. In 1998 he defended his PhD thesis on “The food market of Russia and its influence on the character of the development of the domestic food production”. According to the Kommersant newspaper, in 1999, during the Second Chechen War, Keligov organized a military operation against Chechen terrorists who had taken his brother, Magomed Keligov, hostage. The operation resulted in the release of the hostages and the elimination of militant group and its leader. In 1994-2000 (according to other sources - in 1993) he served as the vice-president of “Lukoil-International”. From April 2000 to February 2001 Keligov served as the Deputy Head of the Administration of the Nenets Autonomous District. From 2001 to 2002 he served as the chief federal inspector of the Plenipotentiary Representative of the President of the Russian Federation in the Republic of Ingushetia, then as the deputy presidential envoy in the Southern Federal District. In 2002, there was a plot to assassinate Musa Keligov. The attempt fell through, and one of the intermediaries between the people who ordered the assassination and the killer was caught. Since 2004 Keligov has served as president of the “Ingrosso” company. In 2010 he was elected a member of the Federation Council of the People's Assembly of the Republic of Ingushetia.

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Перевозчик - Netflix

Перевозчик - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: To Be Determined

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2016-03-28

Перевозчик - Mineralnye Vody Airport - Netflix

Mineralnye Vody Airport (Russian: Аэропорт Минеральные Воды) (IATA: MRV, ICAO: URMM) (also written as Mineralnyye Vody Airport) is an airport in Stavropol Krai, Russia located 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) west of Mineralnye Vody. It features a civilian terminal area on its west side with 41 parking spots. The airfield houses a Tupolev Tu-154 maintenance facility on the east side.

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Время любить - Netflix

Время любить - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2012-10-27

Время любить - Chingiz Abdullayev - Netflix

Chingiz Akif oglu Abdullayev (Azerbaijani: Çingiz Akif oğlu Abdullayev; born April 7, 1959, Baku) is Azerbaijani writer, Secretary of the Union of Azerbaijani Writers.

Время любить - in Russian - Netflix

Чингиз Абдуллаев. Голубые ангелы: Роман. — Баку: Язычы, 1988. — 256 с. — 30 000 экз. — ISBN 5-560-00131-7 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Почти невероятное убийство: Повесть. // Журнал “Литературный Азербайджан”. — Баку, 1989. — № 2, 3. — ISSN 0130-3643. Чингиз Абдуллаев. Голубые ангелы: Роман. Почти невероятное убийство: Повесть. — Баку: Язычы, 1989. — 352 с. — 100 000 экз. Чингиз Абдуллаев. Преступление в Монпелье: Повесть. — Баку: Гянджлик, 1989. — 31 с. — 105 000 экз. — ISBN 5-8020-0489-4 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Охота на человека: Роман. // Араз: Роман-газета. — Баку: Азернешр, 1990. — № 1, 2. Черный январь. Баку – 1990: Документы и материалы. / Ответственные за выпуск: Чингиз Абдуллаев, Ибрагим Шукюров . — Баку: Азернешр, 1990. — 288 с. — 50 000 экз. — ISBN 5-552-00716-6 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Заговор в начале эры: Роман. Часть первая // Журнал “Литературный Азербайджан”. — Баку, 1990. — № 4, 5, 6. — ISSN 0130-3643. Чингиз Абдуллаев. Охота на человека: Роман. — Баку: Гянджлик, 1991. — 192 с. — 100 000 экз. — ISBN 5-8020-0678-1 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Голубые ангелы: Роман. Почти невероятное убийство: Повесть. Охота на человека: Роман. — Баку: Язычы, 1992. — 592 с. — 20 000 экз. — ISBN 5-560-00873-7 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Заговор в начале эры: Роман. Часть вторая. // Журнал “Литературный Азербайджан”. — Баку, 1993. — № 3–4, 5–6, 7–8. — ISSN 0130-3643. Чингиз Абдуллаев. Игры профессионалов: Роман. В ожидании Апокалипсиса: Роман. — Краснодар: “Советская Кубань”, 1994. — 352 с. — 100 000 экз. — ISBN 5-7221-0046-3 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Лучше быть святым: Роман. Охота на человека: Роман. Правило профессионалов: Роман. — Ростов-на-Дону: Проф-Пресс, 1994. — 512 с. — 25 000 экз. — ISBN 5-88475-010-2 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Игры профессионалов: Роман. В ожидании Апокалипсиса: Роман. Выбери себе смерть: Роман. — Ростов-на-Дону: Проф-Пресс, 1995. — 544 с. — 25 000 экз. — ISBN 5-88475-017-X Чингиз Абдуллаев. Игры профессионалов: Роман. В ожидании Апокалипсиса: Роман. Правила логики профессионалов: Повесть. — Москва: Эксмо, 1995. — 480 с. — 60 000 экз. — ISBN 5-85585-177-X Чингиз Абдуллаев. Уйти и не вернуться: Роман. Мое прекрасное алиби: Роман. — Ростов-на-Дону: Проф-Пресс, 1995. — 480 с. — 100 000 экз. — ISBN 5-88475-024-2 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Заговор в начале эры: Роман. — Ростов-на-Дону: Проф-Пресс, 1995. — 480 с. — 25 000 экз. — ISBN 5-88475-025-0 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Закон негодяев: Роман. Правила логики: Рассказы. — Ростов-на-Дону: Проф-Пресс, 1995. — 448 с. — 75 000 экз. — ISBN 5-88475-034-X Чингиз Абдуллаев. Кредо негодяев: Роман. Любить и умирать только в Андорре: Повесть. — Ростов-на-Дону: Проф-Пресс, 1995. — 448 с. — 75 000 экз. — ISBN 5-88475-053-6 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Мрак под солнцем: Роман. — Ростов-на-Дону: Проф-Пресс, 1995. — 416 с. — 100 000 экз. — ISBN 5-88475-038-2 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Совесть негодяев: Роман. — Ростов-на-Дону: Проф-Пресс, 1995. — 416 с. — 100 000 экз. — ISBN 5-88475-059-5 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Пройти чистилище: Роман. — Ростов-на-Дону: Проф-Пресс, 1996. — 416 с. — 100 000 экз. — ISBN 5-88475-002-1 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Зло в имени твоём, женщина: Роман. Сотвори себе мир: Роман. — Ростов-на-Дону: Проф-Пресс, 1996. — 416 с. — 50 000 экз. — ISBN 5-88475-066-8 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Обретение ада: Роман. — Ростов-на-Дону: Проф-Пресс, 1996. — 416 с. — 50 000 экз. — ISBN 5-88475-100-1 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Измена в имени твоём, женщина: Роман. Месть женщины: Повесть. — Ростов-на-Дону: Проф-Пресс, 1996. — 384 с. — 40 000 экз. — ISBN 5-88475-099-4 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Тень Ирода: Роман. Рай обречённых: Повесть. — Ростов-на-Дону: Проф-Пресс, 1996. — 416 с. — 40 000 экз. — ISBN 5-88475-108-7 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Симфония тьмы: Роман. — Ростов-на-Дону: Проф-Пресс, 1996. — 409 с. — 40 000 экз. — ISBN 5-88475-110-9 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Три цвета крови: Роман. — Ростов-на-Дону: Проф-Пресс, 1996. — 384 с. — 50 000 экз. — ISBN 5-88475-176-1 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Третий вариант: Роман. Океан ненависти: Роман. — Ростов-на-Дону: Проф-Пресс, 1996. — 384 с. — 50 000 экз. — ISBN 5-88475-205-9 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Линия аллигатора: Роман. Плата Харону: Повесть. — Ростов-на-Дону: Проф-Пресс, 1996. — 384 с. — 50 000 экз. — ISBN 5-88475-222-9 Чингиз Абдуллаев. День Луны: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 1996. — 416 с. — 40 000 экз. — ISBN 5-85585-721-2 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Круг негодяев: Трилогия. // Закон негодяев; Кредо негодяев; Совесть негодяев: Романы. — Ростов-на-Дону – Харьков: Проф-Пресс; ЕвроЭкспресс, 1996. — 640 с. — 200 000 экз. — ISBN 5-88475-062-5 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Всегда вчерашнее завтра: Роман. Сколько стоит миллиард: Повесть. — Ростов-на-Дону: Проф-Пресс, 1997. — 448 с. — 40 000 экз. — ISBN 5-88475-253-9 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Альтернатива для грешников: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 1997. — 400 с. — 40 000 экз. — ISBN 5-251-00122-3 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Стандарт возмездия: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 1997. — 400 с. — 40 000 экз. — ISBN 5-251-00295-5 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Зеркало вампиров: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 1997. — 464 с. — 50 000 экз. — ISBN 5-251-00464-8 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Альтернатива для дураков: Роман. Альтернатива для грешников: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 1997. — 416 с. — 60 000 экз. — ISBN 5-251-00495-8 Чингиз Абдуллаев. И возьми мою боль: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 1997. — 416 с. — 50 000 экз. — ISBN 5-251-00673-X Чингиз Абдуллаев. Сила инерции: Повесть. Стандарт возмездия: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 1997. — 448 с. — 60 000 экз. — ISBN 5-04-000101-0 Чингиз Абдуллаев. «Гран-при» для убийцы: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 1998. — 432 с. — 60 000 экз. — ISBN 5-04-000371-4 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Символы распада: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 1998. — 464 с. — 60 000 экз. — ISBN 5-04-000460-5 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Пепел надежды: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 1998. — 464 с. — 60 000 экз. — ISBN 5-04-001036-2 Чингиз Абдуллаев. И возьми мою боль: Роман. Поцелуй Феи: Повесть. — Москва: Эксмо, 1998. — 432 с. — 60 000 экз. — ISBN 5-04-001192-X Чингиз Абдуллаев. Стиль подлеца: Роман. Рассудок маньяка: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 1998. — 544 с. — 40 000 экз. — ISBN 5-04-001554-2 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Срок приговорённых: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 1998. — 512 с. — 50 000 экз. — ISBN 5-04-001682-4 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Символы распада: Роман. Осуждение истины: Повесть. — Москва: Эксмо, 1998. — 448 с. — 30 000 экз. — ISBN 5-04-001719-7 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Бремя идолов: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 1998. — 400 с. — 50 000 экз. — ISBN 5-04-001949-1 Чингиз Абдуллаев. День гнева: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 1999. — 512 с. — 50 000 экз. — ISBN 5-04-002330-8 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Тоннель призраков: Повесть. Срок приговорённых: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 1999. — 464 с. — 40 000 экз. — ISBN 5-04-002474-6 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Идеальная мишень: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 1999. — 496 с. — 40 100 экз. — ISBN 5-04-002948-9 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Фактор страха: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 1999. — 400 с. — 40 000 экз. — ISBN 5-04-003027-4 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Мудрость палача: Роман. — Москва: АСТ, 1999. — 432 с. — 25 000 экз. — ISBN 5-237-03927-8 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Последний синклит: Роман. На стороне Бога: Роман. — Москва: АСТ, 2000. — 400 с. — 100 000 экз. — ISBN 5-237-04790-4 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Дамы сохраняют неподвижность: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2000. — 448 с. — 40 000 экз. — ISBN 5-04-004960-9 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Упразднённый ритуал: Роман. Душа сутенёра: Роман. — Москва: АСТ, 2000. — 384 с. — 30 000 экз. — ISBN 5-17-002739-7 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Рандеву с Валтасаром: Роман. — Москва: АСТ, 2000. — 384 с. — 20 000 экз. — ISBN 5-17-003998-0 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Смерть на холме Монте-Марио: Роман. Самое надёжное: Роман. — Москва: АСТ, 2000. — 320 с. — 15 000 экз. — ISBN 5-17-005713-X Чингиз Абдуллаев. Путь воина: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2001. — 384 с. — 40 100 экз. — ISBN 5-04-007413-1 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Камни последней стены: Роман. — Москва: АСТ, 2001. — 320 с. — 15 000 экз. — ISBN 5-17-005047-X Чингиз Абдуллаев. Очевидная метаморфоза, или Один день из жизни Дениса Ивановича: Повесть. // Газета “Наш Век”. — Баку, 2001. — № 18–32. Чингиз Абдуллаев. Письмо другу: Рассказ. — Литературное расписание Европы: Сборник (По итогам международной акции «Литературный экспресс «Европа – 2000»). — Москва: Радуга, 2001. — С. 11–19. — 928 с. — 2 000 экз. — ISBN 5-05-005226-2 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Опрокинутая реальность: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2001. — 384 с. — 35 000 экз. — ISBN 5-04-008169-3 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Исповедь Сатурна: Роман. — Москва: АСТ, 2001. — С. 320. — 10 000 экз. — ISBN 5-17-006608-2 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Один раз в миллениум: Роман. — Москва: АСТ, 2001. — 316 с. — 10 000 экз. — ISBN 5-17-012175-X Чингиз Абдуллаев. Допустимая погрешность: Роман. — Москва: АСТ, 2001. — 283 с. — 25 000 экз. — ISBN 5-17-012289-6 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Флирт в Севилье: Роман. — Москва: АСТ, 2002. — 283 с. — 20 000 экз. — ISBN 5-17-012959-9 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Резонёр: Роман. — Москва: АСТ, 2002. — 320 с. — 10 000 экз. — ISBN 5-17-013242-5 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Английский бульвар: Роман. // Журнал “Литературный Азербайджан”. — Баку, 2002. — № 2, 3. — ISSN 0130-3643. Чингиз Абдуллаев. Традиции самураев: Роман. Взгляд Горгоны: Повесть. — Москва: Эксмо, 2002. — 416 с. — 12 000 экз. — ISBN 5-04-010221-6 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Окончательный диагноз: Роман. Смерть над Атлантикой: Рассказ. — Москва: АСТ, 2002. — 315 с. — 20 000 экз. — ISBN 5-17-014216-1 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Крах лицедея: Роман. — Москва: АСТ, 2002. — 300 с. — 20 000 экз. — ISBN 5-17-015113-6 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Осенний мадригал: Роман. — Москва: АСТ, 2002. — 300 с. — 20 000 экз. — ISBN 5-17-015426-7 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Когда умирают слоны: Роман. — Москва: АСТ, 2002. — 320 с. — 15 000 экз. — ISBN 5-17-016835-7 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Волшебный дар: Роман. — Москва: АСТ, 2003. — 320 с. — 20 000 экз. — ISBN 5-17-019387-4 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Манипулятор: В 2 томах. — Москва: АСТ, 2003. — Т. 1. Три осенних дня: Роман. — 320 с. — 20 000 экз. — ISBN 5-17-020035-8 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Манипулятор: В 2 томах. — Москва: АСТ, 2003. — Т. 2. Плутократы: Роман. — 320 с. — 20 000 экз. — ISBN 5-17-020437-X Чингиз Абдуллаев. Его апатия: Роман. — Москва: АСТ, 2003. — 320 с. — 10 000 экз. — ISBN 5-17-021017-5 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Закат в Лиссабоне: Роман. — Москва: АСТ, 2003. — 320 с. — 10 000 экз. — ISBN 5-17-020694-1 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Трибунал для Валенсии: Роман. — Москва: АСТ, 2003. — 304 с. — 10 000 экз. — ISBN 5-17-022683-7 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Право на легенду: Роман. — Москва: АСТ, 2004. — 320 с. — 25 000 экз. — ISBN 5-17-027201-4 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Ангел боли. Путешествие по Апеннинам: Роман. — Москва: АСТ, 2004. — 288 с. — 15 000 экз. — ISBN 5-17-027689-3 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Ангел боли. Три четверти его души: Роман. — Москва: АСТ, 2004. — 288 с. — 10 000 экз. — ISBN 5-17-028737-2 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Связной из Багдада: Роман. — Москва: АСТ, 2005. — 320 с. — 10 000 экз. — ISBN 5-17-029264-3 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Свод Хаммурапи: Роман. — Москва: АСТ, 2005. — 320 с. — 10 000 экз. — ISBN 5-17-029907-9 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Забытый сон: Роман. — Москва: АСТ, 2005. — 288 с. — 10 000 экз. — ISBN 5-17-030443-9 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Только свои: Роман. — Москва: АСТ, 2005. — 288 с. — 10 000 экз. — ISBN 5-17-031220-2 Чингиз Абдуллаев. История одной свадьбы: Рассказ. — История одной свадьбы: Антология прозы. — Баку: Нурлан, 2005. — 140 с. — 100 экз. Чингиз Абдуллаев. Покушение на власть. Субъект власти: Роман. — Москва: АСТ, 2005. — 320 с. — 5 000 экз. — ISBN 5-17-032238-0 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Покушение на власть. Атрибут власти: Роман. — Москва: АСТ, 2005. — 304 с. — 4 000 экз. — ISBN 5-17-033552-0 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Покушение на власть. Объект власти: Роман. — Москва: АСТ, 2005. — 320 с. — 10 000 экз. — ISBN 5-17-036036-3 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Наследник олигарха: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2006. — 320 с. — 10 000 экз. — ISBN 5-699-14863-9 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Цена бесчестья: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2006. — 320 с. — 14 100 экз. — ISBN 5-699-15315-2 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Джентльменское соглашение: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2006. — 320 с. — 17 000 экз. — ISBN 5-699-17946-1 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Время нашего страха: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2006. — 320 с. — 22 100 экз. — ISBN 5-699-18837-1 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Хранители холода: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2006. — 320 с. — 20 000 экз. — ISBN 5-699-19488-6 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Западный зной: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2006. — 288 с. — 22 100 экз. Чингиз Абдуллаев. Тверской бульвар: Роман. — Москва: АСТ, 2006. — 320 с. — 10 000 экз. — ISBN 978-5-17-042564-8 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Казанова 2000: Рассказ. — Besame Mucho, или Карабахские пленники: Антология прозы и поэзии. — Баку: Нурлан, 2007. — 152 с. — 200 экз. Чингиз Абдуллаев. Завещание олигарха: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2007. — 288 с. — 22 000 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-20447-2 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Мистерия эпохи заката: Роман. — Москва: АСТ, 2007. — 320 с. — 10 000 экз. — ISBN 978-5-17-043594-4 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Власть маски: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2007. — 320 с. — 25 000 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-21463-1 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Кубинское каприччио: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2007. — 320 с. — 18 000 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-22371-8 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Тождественность любви и ненависти: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2007. — 320 с. — 20 100 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-23080-8 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Восточный ветер: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2007. — 320 с. — 18 000 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-23792-0 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Шпионы, не вернувшиеся с холода: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2007. — 320 с. — 18 100 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-24336-5 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Этюд для Фрейда: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2007. — 288 с. — 20 000 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-24888-9 Чингиз Абдуллаев. В поисках бафоса: Роман. // Газета “Биржа Плюс”. — Баку, 2007–2008. Чингиз Абдуллаев. Долина откровений: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2008. — 256 с. — 18 000 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-25778-2 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Покушение на власть: Трилогия. // Субъект власти; Атрибут власти; Объект власти: Романы. — Москва: АСТ, 2008. — 544 с. — 5 000 экз. — ISBN 978-5-17-051262-1 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Отрицание Оккама: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2008. — 320 с. — 18 100 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-26001-0 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Ошибка олигарха: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2008. — 288 с. — 18 000 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-28036-0 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Возвращение олигарха: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2008. — 320 с. — 18 100 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-27332-4 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Взращение грехов: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2008. — 320 с. — 18 000 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-28949-3 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Выстрел на Рождество: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2008. — 320 с. — 14 000 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-30954-2 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Год Обезьяны: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2008. — 320 с. — 14 000 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-31555-0 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Апология здравого смысла: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2008. — 320 с. — 13 100 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-32210-7 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Разорванная связь: Роман. // Журнал “Литературный Азербайджан”. — Баку, 2008–2009. — № 11, 12; 1. — ISSN 0130-3643. Чингиз Абдуллаев. Одноразовое использование: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2009. — 320 с. — 14 000 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-33221-2 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Традиции демонов: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2009. — 320 с. — 13 000 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-33659-3 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Мечта дилетантов: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2009. — 320 с. — 13 100 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-34340-9 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Фестиваль для южного города: Роман. // Журнал “Литературный Азербайджан”. — Баку, 2009. — № 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. — ISSN 0130-3643. Чингиз Абдуллаев. Факир на все времена: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2009. — 320 с. — 11 000 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-34772-8 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Казначей: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2009. — 288 с. — 11 000 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-35405-4 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Хорошие парни не всегда бывают первыми: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2009. — 320 с. — 11 000 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-36113-7 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Отравитель: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2009. — 320 с. — 11 000 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-36864-8 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Фестиваль для южного города: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2009. — 320 с. — 11 000 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-37304-8 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Среда обитания: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2009. — 320 с. — 12 100 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-37845-6 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Второе рождение Венеры: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2009. — 320 с. — 11 100 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-38513-3 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Полное каре: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2009. — 320 с. — 11 100 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-39159-2 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Обозначенное присутствие: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2010. — 320 с. — 12 000 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-39779-2 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Приличный человек: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2010. — 320 с. — 12 100 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-40295-3 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Параллельное существование: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2010. — 320 с. — 12 100 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-40784-2 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Агент из Кандагара: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2010. — 320 с. — 11 000 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-41111-5 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Тайна венской ночи: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2010. — 352 с. — 10 000 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-42638-6 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Город заблудших душ: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2010. — 384 с. — 11 000 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-43140-3 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Дом одиноких сердец: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2010. — 320 с. — 11 000 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-43516-6 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Берлинский транзит: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2010. — 352 с. — 11 000 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-44288-1 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Алтарь победы: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2010. — 320 с. — 10 000 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-45072-5 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Смерть под аплодисменты: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2010. — 320 с. — 10 000 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-45481-5 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Затянувшееся послесловие: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2010. — 320 с. — 10 000 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-46127-1 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Удар бумеранга: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2011. — 272 с. — 9 000 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-46945-1 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Синдром жертвы: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2011. — 352 с. — 10 100 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-47214-7 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Адаптация совести: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2011. — 320 с. — 10 000 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-47902-3 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Бакинский бульвар: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2011. — 320 с. — 10 000 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-48376-1 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Клан новых амазонок: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2011. — 352 с. — 9 000 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-49145-2 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Поездка в Трансильванию: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2011. — 352 с. — 10 100 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-49785-0 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Распад. Обреченная весна: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2011. — 320 с. — 8 000 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-50482-4 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Распад. Лето двух президентов: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2011. — 352 с. — 9 000 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-50977-5 Чингиз Абдуллаев. На грани фола: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2011. — 352 с. — 9 000 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-51610-0 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Распад. Разорванный август: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2011. — 352 с. — 10 000 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-52450-1 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Распад. Похороны империи: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2011. — 352 с. — 10 000 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-52994-0 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Балканский синдром: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2011. — 320 с. — 8 000 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-53757-0 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Повествование неудачника: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2012. — 352 с. — 8 000 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-54282-6 Чингиз Абдуллаев. История безнравственности: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2012. — 352 с. — 8 000 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-54725-8 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Распад. После заката: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2012. — 320 с. — 8 000 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-55258-0 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Прайс-лист для издателя: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2012. — 320 с. — 9 000 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-55872-8 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Рождение Люцифера: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2012. — 320 с. — 6 000 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-56581-8 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Смерть дипломата: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2012. — 352 с. — 8 000 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-56997-7 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Забава королей: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2012. — 352 с. — 6 000 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-57650-0 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Твой смертный грех: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2012. — 288 с. — 7 000 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-58171-9 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Равновесие страха: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2012. — 288 с. — 5 000 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-58736-0 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Семейные тайны: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2012. — 320 с. — 6 000 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-59908-0 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Искусство выживания: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2012. — 320 с. — 6 000 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-60323-7 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Пьедестал для аутсайдера: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2012. — 320 с. — 6 000 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-61239-0 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Адепты стужи. // Хранители холода; Западный зной; Восточный ветер; Шпионы, не вернувшиеся с холода: Романы. — Баку: Qanun, 2013. — 840 с. — ISBN 978-9952-26-386-2 Чингиз Абдуллаев. Под знаком полумесяца: Роман. — Москва: Эксмо, 2013. — 320 с. — 6 000 экз. — ISBN 978-5-699-63199-5

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Живой Пушкин - Netflix

Parfenov's documentary, shot for Alexander Pushkin's 200th anniversary, shows a full-scale picture of the places related to the poet's life, historical materials, and excerpts from other films. Some of the material looks like a silent feature film. Parfenov presents the poet's biography as a contemporary chronicler.

Живой Пушкин - Netflix

Type: Documentary

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 41 minutes

Premier: 1999-05-31

Живой Пушкин - Yekaterina Guseva - Netflix

Yekaterina Konstantinovna Guseva (Russian: Екатери́на Константи́новна Гу́сева; 9 July 1976) is a Russian film, theater, TV actress and singer, Meritorious Artist of Russia. She became famous for her role in the 2002 television series Brigada.

Живой Пушкин - Theatre - Netflix

Teatr “U Nikitskih vorot” (1997—2001): Bednaya Liza (Бедная Лиза) Doktor Chekhov (Доктор Чехов) Romansy s Oblomovym (Романсы с Обломовым) Lyubov' i zhizn' ubitogo studenta (Любовь и жизнь убитого студента) Gambrinus (Гамбринус) Ubivets (Убивец) Utinaya okhota (Утиная охота) Tri porosenka (Три поросёнка, English title: Three Little Pigs) Prodyuserskaya kompaniya “Link” (2001—2003): Nord-Ost Mezhdunarodnoe teatral'noe agentstvo “Art-Partner XXI” (2002): Stoletnik (Столетник) Mossovet Theatre (2003—present): Uchitel' tantsev (Учитель танцев) Strannaya istoriya doktora Dzhekila i mistera Hayda (Странная история доктора Джекила и мистера Хайда, English title: Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde) V prostranstve Tennessi U. (В пространстве Теннесси У.) Iisus Khristos — superzvezda (Иисус Христос - суперзвезда, English title: Jesus Christ Superstar) Tsarstvo otsa i syna (Царство отца и сына) Teatrium na Serpuhovke (2006—present): Drakon (Дракон) Stage Entertainment (October 2008 - April 2010): Krasavitsa i Chudovishche (Красавица и чудовище, English title: Beauty and the Beast) Moskovskaya gosudarstvennaya akademicheskaya filarmoniya (2009): Skazki s orkestrom (Сказки с оркестром)

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Наша Russia - Netflix

Наша Russia - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 23 minutes

Premier: 2006-11-04

Наша Russia - Shchi - Netflix

Shchi (Russian: щи, IPA: [ɕːi] ( listen)) is a Russian style cabbage soup. When sauerkraut is used instead, the soup is called sour shchi, while soups based on sorrel, spinach, nettle, and similar plants are called green shchi (Russian: зелёные щи, zelyoniye shchi). In the past, the term sour shchi was also used to refer to a drink, a variation of kvass, which was unrelated to the soup.

Наша Russia - History - Netflix

Shchi is a traditional soup of Russia where it has been known as far back as the 9th century, soon after cabbage was introduced from Byzantium. Its popularity in Russia originates from several factors. Shchi is relatively easy to prepare; it can be cooked with or without various types of meat; and it can be frozen and carried as a solid on a trip to be cut up when needed. As a result, by the 10th century shchi became a staple food of Russia, and a popular saying sprang from this fact: “Щи да каша — пища наша.” (Shchi da kasha — pishcha nasha “Shchi and kasha are our food”). The major components of shchi were originally cabbage, meat (beef, pork, lamb, or poultry), mushrooms, flour, and spices (based on onion and garlic). Cabbage and meat were cooked separately and smetana was added as a garnish before serving. Shchi is traditionally eaten with rye bread. The ingredients of shchi gradually changed. Flour, which was added in early times to increase the soup's caloric value, was excluded for the sake of finer taste. The spice mixture was enriched with black pepper and bay leaf, which were imported to Russia around the 15th century, also from Byzantium. Meat was sometimes substituted with fish, while carrot and parsley could be added to the vegetables. Beef was the most popular meat for shchi in Rusia, while pork was more common in Ukraine. The water to cabbage ratio varied and whereas early shchi were often so viscous that a spoon could stand in it, more diluted preparation was adopted later.

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Женщина его мечты - Netflix

Женщина его мечты - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 48 minutes

Premier: 2016-10-08

Женщина его мечты - Alexander Lenkov - Netflix

Alexander Sergeyevich Lenkov (Russian: Алекса́ндр Серге́евич Ленько́в; 17 May 1943 – 21 April 2014) was a Soviet-Russian film, stage and voice actor. He is probably best known for his voice acting in animated films and dubbing the foreign movies to Russian. He is the Russian voice of Mundungus Fletcher in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 1 (2010). Alexander Lenkov was born in the town of Rasskazovo in Tambov Oblast, Russia, in 1943. His family soon moved to Moscow where he had lived ever since. In 1961–64 studied at the school-studio of Yuri Zavadsky at the Mossovet Theatre. Upon graduation Lenkov became an actor of the Mossovet Theatre. Lenkov was a character actor whose career spanned over five decades. He starred in over a hundred feature and television films and in over 60 theatre productions. Taught at Gerasimov Institute of Cinematography (a.k.a VGIK) in 2004–2014. In 2001 he received two TEFIs for his work on television. Was awarded the Honored Artist of Russia in 1980 and the People's Artist of Russia in 1997.

He was married to his childhood sweetheart Elena from early 1960s until his death. The couple had a daughter Ekaterina (b. 1969) together. Lenkov died from a long illness on 21 April 2014 in Moscow, aged 70. He was buried at the Troyekurovskoye Cemetery in Moscow.

Женщина его мечты - Filmography - Netflix

1964 — Uninvented Story (Непридуманная история) as Felix Fonyakpv 1964 — Spring Troubles (Весенние хлопоты) as Radik 1964 — The Keys of Skies (Ключи от неба) — Semen Lagoda 1965 — Give me a complaints book (Дайте жалобную книгу) as Pavlik 1966 — Royal Regatta (Королевская регата) as Lyonya 1971 — Bat'ka (Батька) as Sashok 1972 — We Wait You, Boy (Ждём тебя, парень) as Petka 1973 — Break a Leg! (Ни пуха, ни пера) as Petr 1973 — Vasili Tyorkin (Василий Тёркин, TV) as Vasili Tyorkin 1974 — Teens in the Universe (Отроки во Вселенной) as Executor Robot 1974 — Unforgotten Song (Незабытая песня) as Kurchonok 1974—2013 — Yeralash (Ералаш, TV show) — different characters 1975 — '29 Spring (Весна двадцать девятого) as Maksim 1975 — Circus in the Circus as Alyosha 1976 — Secret, For All The World Only (По секрету всему свету) — Deniska's dad 1976 — Mark Twain Stories (Рассказы Марка Твена) as reporter 1976 — Soldier And Mother (Солдат и мать) as Soldier 1977 — Vacation, Which Did Not Take Place (Отпуск, который не состоялся) as Andrey Ukhtomski 1978 — Schedule For After Tomorrow (Расписание на послезавтра) as Igor Nikolaevich 1979 — Spring Olympic Games, Or Chorus Chief (Весенняя Олимпиада, или Начальник хора) as Ryzhkin 1980 — And Endless Battle... From The Alexander Blok Life (И вечный бой... Из жизни Александра Блока) 1980 — Extraordinary Circumstances (Чрезвычайные обстоятельства) as Sasha Kulagin 1981 — Ugly Elsa (Безобразная Эльза, TV) as Pertti Oras 1982 — Take Him Alive (Взять живым) as Ptitsyn 1982 — Whose You Are, Old Stuff? (Вы чьё, старичьё?) as Valerian 1983 — Black Magic And White Magic (Магия чёрная и белая) as Valentin Dmitrievich 1983 — Adventures of Petrov and Vasechkin, Usual and Incredible (Приключения Петрова и Васечкина, обыкновенные и невероятные) as Strange Yardman 1984 — Makar The Pathfinder (Макар-следопыт) as Timofei 1985 — Winter Cherry (Зимняя вишня) as Veniamin 1986 — Snow Queen Mystery (Тайна Снежной Королевы) as Snowman 1987 — Mysterious Inheritor (Загадочный наследник) as Gryaznov 1988 — Little Vera (Маленькая Вера) as Mikhail Petrovich 1988 — Island of Rusty General (Остров Ржавого генерала) as Robot Baba Yaga 1989 — There Are Dark Nights In The Sochi City (В городе Сочи тёмные ночи) as Lena's father 1989 — The Village of Stepanchikovo And Its Inhabitants (Село Степанчиково и его обитатели) as Yezhevikin 1989 — Cowberries In The Forest (Во бору брусника) as Kirill 1990 — Sanit Zone (Сэнит зон) — Zykin 1991 — Talking Monkey (Говорящая обезьяна) as Maryin 1991 — Funeral On Second Floor (Похороны на втором этаже) as Burry 1991 — Devil Incarnate (Исчадье ада) as Heinrich 1992 — Good Night (Доброй ночи) as Slavik 1992 — Spiderweb (Паутина) as Grisha 1992 — Tractor Drivers 2 (Трактористы 2) as Muscovite 1993 — No Tricks, Please! (Давайте без фокусов!) as Customer 1993 — Love Desire (Желание любви) as Guest 1993 — Silence Code (Кодекс Молчания 2) as Makarov 1993 — Idiot's Dreams (Мечты идиота) as Croupier 1993 — About Foma The Businessman (Про бизнесмена Фому) as Comrade Basurmanov 1994 — Winter Cherries 3 (Зимняя вишня 3) as Veniamin 1995 — Tram In Moscow (Трамвай в Москве) as tram technician 1995 — On the Corner, Near by Patriarch Ponds 2 (На углу, у Патриарших-2, TV series) as Arkady 1996 — Agape (Агапе) — Pasha 1996 — Return of Battleship (Возвращение броненосца) — episode 1996 — Pages of Theater Parody (Страницы театральной пародии) — Pierre d'Aurebour 1996 — Strawberries (Клубничка, TV series) as Belyanchikov 1998 — Prince Yuri Dolgorukiy (Князь Юрий Долгорукий) as Poacher 1998 — The Barber of Siberia (Сибирский цирюльник) as Scientist 1999 — Directory of Death (Директория смерти) as Astrologist 2000 — Turetski March (Марш Турецкого) as Spirin 2001 — Drakosha and Co. (Дракоша и компания) as Konovalov 2002 — Ha! (Ха!, TV series) 2002 — Provincialists (Провинциалы, TV series) as Director 2002 — Brigada (Бригада, TV series) 2002 — Bad Habit (Дурная привычка) as Surgeon 2002 — Alexander Pushkin (Александр Пушкин) 2003 — Dark Horse (Тёмная лошадка) as Adam Borisovich 2003 — Siberia Girl (Сибирочка) 2003 — There is an Idea (Есть идея) 2004 — That Queen of Spade (Эта пиковая дама, TV) as Marek 2004 — Reflections (Отражения) 2004 — Thieves and Prostitutes. Space Flight Is the Prize (Воры и проститутки. Приз — полёт в космос) 2004 — Hello, Dweeb! (Hello, Дохлый!) 2005 — The Check Kiss (Контрольный поцелуй) 2005 — War Man (Человек войны) as Urban 2006 — What Woman Wants (Чего хочет женщина) 2006 — The Pursuit of the Angel (Погоня за ангелом) as Homeless 2006 — Paparazza (Папараца) as Aleksey Alekseevich 2006 — Dad The Handyman (Папа На Все Руки, TV series) as Neighbour 2006 — Big Girls (Большие девочки) as Isaac Newton or Saveliy Piskunov 2006 — Happiness Rails (Рельсы счастья, TV series) as Old man 2008 — Yermolovs (Ермоловы, TV series) as Castle ward 2009 — The Book of Masters (Книга мастеров) as senior gem-cutter 2009 — Bullet is Fool 2 (Пуля-дура 2. Агент почти не виден) as Pavel Nikitich 2010 — Toys (Игрушки, TV series) as Leopold Dormidontov 2010 — Detective Samovarov (Сыщик Самоваров, TV series) as Yefim Moiseyevich 2010 — Flowers From Liza (Цветы от Лизы) as Khariton 2011 — Caramel (Карамель, TV series) as Lev Radkovich 2012 — Interns (Интерны, TV series) as Natan Kupitman 2012 — Da Girlz (Деффчонки, TV series) as Viktor Borisovich 2013 — Teacher In Law (Учитель в законе, TV series) as Grey-haired

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Перевозчик - Netflix

Перевозчик - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: To Be Determined

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2016-03-28

Перевозчик - Zvartnots International Airport - Netflix

Zvartnots International Airport (Armenian: Զվարթնոց միջազգային օդանավակայան, (IATA: EVN, ICAO: UDYZ) is located near Zvartnots, 15 km (9.3 mi) west of Yerevan, the capital city of Armenia. It acts as the main international airport of Armenia and is Yerevan's main international transport hub. It is the busiest airport in the country.

Перевозчик - History - Netflix

The airport was opened in 1961, and following a design competition held in 1970, M. Khachikyan, A. Tarkhanyan, S. Qalashyan, L. Cherkezyan and M. Baghdasaryan won the right to design the first terminal building. The airport was renovated in the 1980s with the development of a new terminal area, in order to meet domestic traffic demands within the Soviet Union. When Armenia declared its independence from the Soviet Union in the 1990s, the growth of cargo shipments resulted in the construction of a new cargo terminal in 1998 that can handle about 100,000 tonnes of cargo annually. In 2001, a 30-year concession agreement for the management of operations at the airport was signed with Armenia International Airports CJSC, owned by Argentine company Corporación America, which is in turn owned by Armenian Argentine businessman Eduardo Eurnekian. As part of that agreement, Armenia International Airports CJSC renovated the runway, main taxiways and ramp. In 2006, a new gate area and arrivals hall opened, followed by a new departures and arrivals terminal and a car-parking facility with a capacity of 1,000 vehicles in 2011. On 30 January 2013, Zvartnots airport was named “Best Airport In The CIS” during the Emerging Markets Airports Award (EMAA) ceremonies held in Dubai, UAE.

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Деревенский роман - Netflix

Деревенский роман - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2016-01-11

Деревенский роман - Ivan Bunin - Netflix

Ivan Alekseyevich Bunin ( or ; Russian: Ива́н Алексе́евич Бу́нин, IPA: [ɪˈvan ɐlʲɪˈksʲejɪvʲɪtɕ ˈbunʲɪn] ( listen); 22 October [O.S. 10 October] 1870 – 8 November 1953) was the first Russian writer awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature. He was noted for the strict artistry with which he carried on the classical Russian traditions in the writing of prose and poetry. The texture of his poems and stories, sometimes referred to as “Bunin brocade”, is considered to be one of the richest in the language. Best known for his short novels The Village (1910) and Dry Valley (1912), his autobiographical novel The Life of Arseniev (1933, 1939), the book of short stories Dark Avenues (1946) and his 1917–1918 diary (Cursed Days, 1926), Bunin was a revered figure among anti-communist white emigres, European critics, and many of his fellow writers, who viewed him as a true heir to the tradition of realism in Russian literature established by Tolstoy and Chekhov.

Деревенский роман - Poetry - Netflix

Poems (1887–1891) (1891, originally as a literary supplement to Orlovsky vestnik newspaper) Under the Open Skies (Под открытым небом, 1898) Falling Leaves (Листопад, Moscow, 1901) Poems (1903) (Стихотворения, 1903) Poems (1903–1906) (Стихотворения, 1906) Poems of 1907 (Saint Petersburg, 1908) Selected Poems (Paris, 1929)

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Государственная граница - Netflix

The historical-adventure movie series about the service of Soviet border guards.

Государственная граница - Netflix

Type: Documentary

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 130 minutes

Premier: 1980-06-06

Государственная граница - Belarus–Latvia border - Netflix

The Belarus–Latvia border is of length 172.912 km. In spans from the tripoint with Lithuania to the tripoint with Russia. The current border between the republics of Belarus (CIS member) and Latvia (EU member) was established after the dissolution of the Soviet Union and confirmed by an agreement of February 21, 1994 about the establishment of the border, finalized on April 10, 2013 in the agreement about the functioning of the border. For about 16.6 km the border runs along the Daugava River. It also crosses the Lake Rychy and an island in the lake.

Государственная граница - Border crossings - Netflix

The May 10, 2006 decree of the President of Belarus no. 313 established the following border crossings.

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Папины дочки - Netflix

Папины дочки - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 20 minutes

Premier: 2007-09-03

Папины дочки - Uma2rman - Netflix

Uma2rman (Russian: Ума2рман, also written Uma2rmaH and pronounced Umaturman) is a Nizhny Novgorod-based alternative rock band made up of the two brothers Sergei and Vladimir Kristovski. They have been active since 2003, releasing their first album “V Gorode N” in 2004. Additional musicians have been hired for concerts such as Alexei Ernst - keyboard, Sergey Solodkin - drums, Alexei Kozhakov and Yuri Terletsky (current) - solo guitar. They were nominated in the 2004 Europe MTV Music Awards for Best Russian Group, along with t.A.T.u. and Gorod 312 but lost to Dima Bilan. The group has also contributed to the Romance soundtrack of the 2009 film Female Passenger (Passazhirka). A Russian clipper Dauntless is sailing from San Francisco to Hong Kong. The Russian consul asks the capitan to take a woman passenger on board. A woman on board is a well known sailor curse. This warning is ignored by the main movie characters who welcome the woman. The captain even offers her his own quarters as accommodation during the voyage. They find that they are rather unprepared for what follows. On the album V gorode N, the track “Nochnoi Dozor” featured as the theme tune to the original Russian cut of the film Night Watch. In addition the track “Uma Thurman” is a song about how Vladimir has fallen in love with the real Uma Thurman. In the song Uma complains about how Quentin Tarantino was drunk and that she had to reprimand him for his behaviour. Then she tells Vladimir how glad she is that he came. The two never met in real life, before the Kill Bill: Volume 2 premiere in Moscow. The group consists of Dmitry Kozlov, Ruslan Semenov, Yuriy Terletskyy, Vladislav Cherednichenko, Alexey Kaplun, Sergey Solodkin, and Stanislav Veretenov.

Папины дочки - Singles - Netflix

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Ради тебя - Netflix

Ради тебя - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2013-08-31

Ради тебя - Chay Vdvoyom - Netflix

Chay Vdvoyom (Russian: Чай вдвоём – Tea for Two) was a Russian pop music band, formed by Denis Klyaver and Stanislav Kostyushkin, which existed from 1994 until 2012. Among other accolades, the duo won several Golden Gramophone Awards for their performance.

Ради тебя - Discography - Netflix

Albums 2007 - Прости (Prosti; Sorry) 2005 - Вечернее чаепитие (Vecherneye Chayepitie; Evening Tea Party) 2004 - Утреннее чаепитие (Utrenneye Chayepitie; Morning Tea Party) 2004 - 10 тысяч слов о любви (10 tysyach slov o lyubi; 10 Thousands Words About Love) 2002 - Ласковая моя (Laskovaya moya; My Tender) 2000 - Неродная (Nerodnaya') 1999 - Ради тебя (Radi tebya; For You) 1998 - Попутчица (Poputchitsa; Fellow [female] traveler) 1997 - Я не забуду (Ya ne zabudu; I don't Forget)

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Купидон - Netflix

Купидон - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2011-09-19

Купидон - Kir Bulychov - Netflix

Kir Bulychov (Russian: Кир Булычёв) (18 October 1934 – 5 September 2003) was a pen name of Igor Vsevolodovich Mozheiko (И́горь Все́володович Може́йко), a Soviet Russian science fiction writer and historian. His magnum opus is a children's science fiction series Alisa Selezneva, although most of his books are adult-oriented. His books were adapted for film, TV and animation over 20 times - more than any other Russian science fiction author - and Bulychov himself wrote scripts to early adaptations.

Купидон - Based on Alisa Selezneva - Netflix

Mystery of the Third Planet (1981), animated, based on Alisa's Voyage. The Guest from the Future (1985), TV miniseries based on One Hundred Years Ahead. The Lilac Ball (1987), based on the book of the same name. Prisoners of Yamagiri-Maru (1988), animated, based on a story of the same name. Island of Rusty General (1988), based on The Rusty Field Marshal. Not written by Bulychov: Alice's Birthday (2009), animated, based on the novella of the same name. Alisa Knows What to Do! (2013), animated TV series, based on characters only.

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Иван Грозный - Netflix

Иван Грозный - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2009-05-12

Иван Грозный - Tsarevich Dmitry Ivanovich of Russia (1552–1553) - Netflix

Dmitri Ivanovich (Russian: Дмитрий Иванович; 11 October 1552 – 26 June 1553) was the first Tsarevich or Tsesarevich - the heir apparent - of the Tsardom of Russia, as the eldest son of Ivan the Terrible, or Ivan IV of Russia and his first Tsaritsa, Anastasia Romanovna. He was the third child and first son of the couple and died in infancy.

Иван Грозный - Birth - Netflix

Ivan became Grand Prince of Moscow at the age of three, in 1533. At his coronation, on 16 January 1547, the sixteen-year-old Ivan resurrected the title of Tsar, occasionally used by his grandfather and namesake, Ivan III of Moscow. Holding all of the power in his empire, he could choose his bride. He eventually picked Anastasia Romanovna, the daughter of a wealthy boyar. Throughout the first four years of their marriage, Anastasia presented Ivan with two daughters, Anna and Maria. Both died in infancy, Anna at the age of eleven months and Maria before her sixth month. However, on 11 October 1552, Anastasia gave birth to a son, whom they named Dmitri, presumably after ancestor Dmitri Donskoy. During a severe illness, Ivan asked the boyars to take an oath, making his infant son his heir apparent and the first Tsesarevich. However, the boyars were not very happy about this, as they wanted to see Ivan's cousin, Vladimir of Staritsa, succeed but they reluctantly accepted. Historians cannot agree whether this episode occurred in 1552 or 1553.

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Наедине со всеми - Netflix

Interviews with popular people. The show is different from all the others because of its kind and trustful atmoshpere. The way the host talks to her guests making them be open about very intimate things is truly unique. Yulia Menshowa, the host, is already called "Russian Oprah".

Наедине со всеми - Netflix

Type: Talk Show

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2013-10-14

Наедине со всеми - Tutta Larsen - Netflix

Tutta Larsen (Russian: Тутта Лаpсeн); born July 5, 1974, village Khanzhenkovo-Severny, Makeyevka, Donetsk Oblast, Ukrainian SSR, USSR), born Tatyana Anatolyevna Romanenko (Russian: Татьяна Анатoльeвна Poманeнкo) is a VJ and TV presenter. She worked at the MTV Russia (1998 and 2008), Stolitsa FM, Channel Mother and Child and is the founder and leader of TUTTA.TV.

Наедине со всеми - Personal life - Netflix

First husband - Maxim Galstyan, musician, guitarist. Unregistered marriage - Zakhar Artemyev, journalist and writer, the older brother of singer Pavel Artemyev.Son - Luka (born May 20, 2005). Studies at the Orthodox monastery at the private school

Favorite poets - Alexander Pushkin and Federico García Lorca

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На глубине - Netflix

На глубине - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2016-01-25

На глубине - Deep-submergence vehicle - Netflix

A deep-submergence vehicle (DSV) is a deep-diving manned submarine that is self-propelled. Several navies operate vehicles that can be accurately described as DSVs. DSVs are commonly divided into two types: research DSVs, which are used for exploration and surveying, and DSRVs (Deep Submergence Rescue Vehicle), which can be used for rescuing the crew of a sunken navy submarine, clandestine (espionage) missions (primarily installing wiretaps on undersea cables), or both. DSRVs are equipped with docking chambers to allow personnel ingress and egress via a manhole. The real-life feasibility of any DSRV-based rescue attempt is hotly debated, because the few available docking chambers of a stricken submarine may be flooded, trapping the sailors still alive in other dry compartments. The only attempt to rescue a stricken submarine with these so far (the Russian submarine Kursk) ended in failure as the entire crew who survived the explosion had either suffocated or burned to death before the rescuers could get there. Because of these difficulties, the use of integrated crew escape capsules, detachable conning towers, or both have gained favour in military submarine design during the last two decades. DSRVs that remain in use are primarily relegated to clandestine missions and undersea military equipment maintenance. The rapid development of safe, cost-saving ROV technology has also rendered some DSVs obsolete. Strictly speaking, bathyscaphes are not submarines because they have minimal mobility and are built like a balloon, using a habitable spherical pressure vessel hung under a liquid hydrocarbon filled float drum. In a DSV/DSRV, the passenger compartment and the ballast tank functionality is incorporated into a single structure to afford more habitable space (up to 24 people in the case of a DSRV). Most DSV/DSRV vehicles are powered by traditional electric battery propulsion and have very limited endurance. Plans have been made to equip DSVs with LOX Stirling engines but none have been realized so far due to cost and maintenance considerations. All DSVs are dependent upon a surface support ship or a mother submarine, that can piggyback or tow them (in case of the NR-1) to the scene of operations. Some DSRV vessels are air transportable in very large military cargo planes to speed up deployment in case of emergency rescue missions.

На глубине - Deepest explorers - Netflix

ANPA – 14,000 m Bathyscaphe Trieste – 11,000 m Deepsea Challenger – 11,000 m Jiaolong – 7,500 m DSV Shinkai 6500 – 6,500 m Konsul – 6,500 m MIR – 6,000 m Nautile – 6,000 m DSV Alvin – 4,500 m

Figures rounded to nearest 500 metres

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Синдром дракона - Netflix

Синдром дракона - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 50 minutes

Premier: 2012-11-28

Синдром дракона - Leonid Bichevin - Netflix

Leonid Aleksandrovich Bichevin (Russian: Леони́д Алекса́ндрович Биче́вин; born 24 December 1984) is a Russian actor.

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Адъютант его превосходительства - Netflix

Адъютант его превосходительства - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 75 minutes

Premier: 1970-04-07

Адъютант его превосходительства - List of Soviet films of 1969 - Netflix

A list of films produced in the Soviet Union in 1969 (see 1969 in film).

Адъютант его превосходительства - 1969 - Netflix

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Отряд специального назначения - Netflix

Отряд специального назначения - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 67 minutes

Premier: 1987-12-20

Отряд специального назначения - List of special law enforcement units - Netflix

This is a list of active Police Tactical Units.

Отряд специального назначения - Russia - Netflix

Foreign Intelligence Service Special Operations Department of Directorate Z (Zaslon) National Guard of Russia Dzerzhinsky Division (O.D.O.N.) 604th Special Purpose Center

7th OSN Rosich (Novocherkassk) 12th OSN Ural (Nizhny Tagil) 15th OSN Vyatich (Armavir) 17th OSN Edelveys (Mineralnye Vody) 19th OSN Ermak (Novosibirsk) 20th OSN (Saratov) 21st OSN Tayfun (Sosnovka) 23rd OSN Mechel (Chelyabinsk) 25th OSN Merkuriy (Smolensk) 26th OSN Bars (Kazan) 27th OSN Kuzbass (Kemerovo) 28th OSN Ratnik (Arkhangelsk) 29th OSN Bulat (Ufa) 33rd OSN Peresvet (Moscow) 34th OSN OSN “Grom” for Counter-Drugs operations (formerly it was subordinated to the defunct Federal Drug Control Service of Russia) Special Purpose Mobile Unit (O.M.O.N.) Special Rapid Response Units (S.O.B.R.) Ministry of Justice Dozens of various independent detachments, such as OSN Saturn. Federal Penitentiary Service OSNs: OSN “Fakel” OSN “Rossy” OSN “Akula” OSN “Ajsberg” OSN “Gurza” OSN “Korsar” OSN “Rosomaha” OSN “Sokol” OSN “Saturn” OSN “Tornado” OSN “Kondor” OSN “Yastreb” OSN “Berkut” OSN “Grif” OSN “Titan” OSN “Gepard” Center of Special Operations of the FSB Directorate “A” (Spetsgruppa Alpha) Directorate “V” (Spetsgruppa Vega) Directorate “S” (Spetsgruppa Smerch) Regional FSB units

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Д'Артаньян и три мушкетёра - Netflix

Д'Артаньян и три мушкетёра - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 80 minutes

Premier: 1979-12-25

Д'Артаньян и три мушкетёра - The Three Musketeers (2013 film) - Netflix

The Three Musketeers (Russian: «Три мушкетёра», tri mushketera) is a Russian historical adventure film based on the novel The Three Musketeers by Alexandre Dumas, père. It was produced by The Production Center of Sergei Zhigunov. The film has been released in two versions: as a two-hour movie in cinemas on November 14, 2013. and as a TV series consisting of 10 episodes of 45 minutes. The TV series was first shown in December 2013 on the Ukrainian 1+1 Channel and then on Russia's Channel One Russia in January 2014. Young d'Artagnan is coming to Paris to be a musketeer. There he meets three old musketeers, members of the glorious King's Guard, but actually realizes that they are not the great fighters who he thinks they are. While joining the musketeers he is faced with the hidden plots of Cardinal Richelieu, his spy Milady de Winter and a possible war against England.

Д'Артаньян и три мушкетёра - Plot summary - Netflix

In 1625 France, a poor young nobleman named d'Artagnan leaves his parents in Gascony and travels to Paris to join the Musketeers of the Guard. At an inn in Meung-sur-Loire, an older man derides d'Artagnan's horse. Insulted, d'Artagnan demands a duel with him. The older man's companions beat d'Artagnan unconscious with a cooking pot and a metal tong that breaks his sword. His letter of introduction to Monsieur de Tréville, the commander of the Musketeers, is stolen. D'Artagnan resolves to avenge himself upon the man (later revealed to him as Comte de Rochefort, an agent of Cardinal Richelieu, who is in Meung to pass orders from the Cardinal to Milady de Winter, another of his agents). In Paris, d'Artagnan visits de Tréville at the headquarters of the Musketeers, but the meeting is overshadowed by the loss of his letter, and de Tréville politely refuses his application. He does, however, write a letter of introduction to an academy for young gentlemen, which may prepare him for recruitment at a later time. From de Tréville's window, d'Artagnan sees Rochefort passing in the street below and rushes out of the building to confront him, but in doing so he separately causes offence to three of the Musketeers, Athos, Porthos, and Aramis, who each demand satisfaction; d'Artagnan must duel each of them in turn that afternoon. When the three friends learn that d'Artagnan is a virgin they refuse to fight him. At this point, Cardinal Richelieu's guards appear and try to arrest d'Artagnan and the three Musketeers for illegal dueling. Although outnumbered, the four men win the battle. D'Artagnan seriously wounds Jussac, one of the Cardinal's officers and a renowned fighter. After learning of this event, King Louis XIII appoints d'Artagnan to des Essart's company of the King's Guards and gives him forty pistoles. D'Artagnan falls in love at first sight with the pretty, young and married Constance Bonacieux. She works for the Queen Consort of France, Anne of Austria, who is secretly conducting an affair with the Duke of Buckingham. The Queen has received a gift of diamond studs from her husband Louis XIII. Anne gives the diamonds to her lover as a keepsake. Cardinal Richelieu, who wants war between France and England, plans to expose the tryst. He persuades the King to demand that the Queen wear the diamonds to a soirée that the Cardinal is sponsoring. Constance tries to send her cowardly husband to London, but the man is manipulated by Richelieu and does not go. D'Artagnan and his friends intercede. En route they are repeatedly attacked by the Cardinal's henchmen, and only d'Artagnan and Planchet reach London. Before their arrival, d'Artagnan is compelled to assault and nearly kill the Comte de Wardes, who is a friend of the Cardinal, a cousin of Rochefort, and Milady's lover. Although two of the diamond studs have been stolen by Milady, the Duke of Buckingham is able to provide replacements while delaying the thief's return to Paris. D'Artagnan is thus able to return a complete set of jewels to Queen Anne just in time to save her honor. He receives from her a beautiful ring as an expression of her gratitude. Shortly afterwards, d'Artagnan begins an affair with Madame Bonacieux. Arriving for one of their assignations, he notices signs of a struggle and discovers that Rochefort and M. Bonacieux, acting under the orders of the Cardinal, have assaulted and imprisoned her. D'Artagnan retrieves his friends, who have just recovered from their injuries, and brings them back to Paris. D'Artagnan meets Milady de Winter officially, and recognizes her as one of the Cardinal's agents from Meung, but this does not deter him. D'Artagnan becomes infatuated with the beautiful lady, but her handmaiden reveals that Milady is indifferent toward him. Entering her quarters in the dark, he pretends to be the Comte de Wardes and trysts with her. He finds a fleur-de-lis branded on Milady's shoulder, marking her as a felon. Discovering his identity, Milady attempts to kill him, but d'Artagnan eludes her. He is ordered to the siege of La Rochelle. He is informed that the Queen has rescued Constance from prison. In an inn, the musketeers overhear the Cardinal asking Milady to murder the Duke of Buckingham, a supporter of the Protestant rebels at La Rochelle who has sent troops to assist them. Richelieu gives her a letter that excuses her actions as under orders from the Cardinal himself, but Athos takes it from her. The next morning, Athos bets that he, d'Artagnan, Porthos, and Aramis, and their servants can hold the recaptured St. Gervais bastion against the rebels for an hour. They resist for an hour and a half before retreating, killing 22 Rochellese in total. They warn Lord de Winter and the Duke of Buckingham. Milady is imprisoned on arrival in England but seduces her guard, Felton (a fictionalization of the real John Felton), and persuades him to allow her escape and to kill Buckingham himself. On her return to France, Milady hides in a convent where Constance is also staying. The naive Constance clings to Milady, who sees a chance to avenge herself on d'Artagnan. Milady fatally poisons Constance before d'Artagnan can rescue her. The Musketeers apprehend Milady before she can reach the protection of Cardinal Richelieu. They bring an official executioner, put her on trial and sentence her to death. After her execution, the four friends return to the siege of La Rochelle. The Comte de Rochefort arrests d'Artagnan and takes him straight to the Cardinal. When questioned about Milady's execution, d'Artagnan presents her letter of pardon as his own. The Cardinal laughs at this arrogance, but he is impressed with d'Artagnan's wilfulness. Secretly glad to be rid of the treacherous Milady, the Cardinal destroys the letter and writes a new order, giving the bearer a promotion to lieutenant in de Treville's company of musketeers, leaving the name blank. D'Artagnan then offers the letter to Athos, Porthos, and Aramis in turn, but each refuses it proclaiming d'Artagnan the most worthy among them..

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Моими глазами - Netflix

Моими глазами - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 24 minutes

Premier: 2013-01-27

Моими глазами - TNT (Russian TV channel) - Netflix

TNT (Means: Your New Television. Russian: ТНТ, Твоё Новое Телевидение, Tvoyo Novoye Televideniye, or Television of new Millennium (Russian: ТНТ, Телевидение нового тысячелетия, Televideniye Novogo Tisyachelyetiya)) is a Russian federal TV channel founded in 1997 and considered one of the five most popular TV channels in Russia. In the beginning of 2012, it reached more than 104 million people. The target audience is viewers 14 to 44 years old, but its core demo is 18 to 30. The channel focuses on entertainment, specializing mostly on TV shows and comedy series. Since 2001, it has been member of the Gazprom-Media Holding, the flagship TV channel of the sub-holding Gazprom-Media Entertainment TV, founded in 2015.

The TNT business model is a television network. Its main source of income is advertisements. The TV signal passes through a system of the TNT’s regional TV stations as well as to the company’s regional partners. Those, in turn, get part of the advertising time within the framework of the content provided by TNT. The TNT channel delivers its signal via a number of satellites in four different orbits that allow its 27 television stations and more than 350 subdivisions to receive it in the corresponding time zones. The TNT signal is then received and further redistributed by the local network stations broadcasting to most big cities as well as 5,900 smaller communities of the Russian Federation. TNT reserves 100% of authors’ rights to all original shows and owns two of the largest production companies in the country: Comedy Club Production and Good Story Media. It also has exclusive contracts with a number of leading Russian showrunners. Dom-2 Comedy Club Bitva extrasensov (The Battle of extrasensory) NNF (Inexplicable, yet a Fact) Interny (Interns) Univer Univer. Novaya obschaga Real Boys (Russia) Zaycev+1 DeFF4onki Since 2016, TNT-TeleNet JSC is directed by Artur Janibekyan, head of the sub-holding Gazprom-Media Entertainment TV.

Моими глазами - 2014 - Netflix

2014 for the TNT TV channel turned out to be extremely eventful. At the end of January Igor Goyhberg, as general director of the TNT, was replaced by Igor Mishin. Within the same year, the TNT channel closed a transaction for the purchase of a production company Good Story Media, having filmed for the TNT the ”Swell Guys” series, though the biggest part of its production used to be done for the STS channel. The sum of the transaction was not announced openly, though analysts called the figure $50 million, the “Kommersant” newspaper reported about 400 million, in total spent on the purchase of the “Comedy Club Production” (in 2012) and “Good Story Media”. In April, the TNT launched an extremely successful series “P. E. Teacher”, with Dmitry Nagiyev in the role of Oleg Evgenevich Fomin nicknamed “Foma”, a former criminal forced to get a job as a school teacher of physical education. The premiere series of “P. E. Teacher” within the audience from 14 to 44 years old reached the share of 31.8% in Moscow, which means that the series has been watched by every third viewer, being the best start and an absolute record in the history of the TNT. According to the audience from 6 to 54 years old, the share was lower, but still unprecedentedly high: in Moscow - 22.6%, in Russia as a whole - 23.8%. The share in the youth audience from 18 to 30 years old made 41.8% in Moscow and 36.0% among the television viewers in Russia. In April 2014, according to TNS Gallup, the series took the fifth place in popularity among all programs on Russian television with a rating of 5% and a share of 12.7%. The main reason for this success, unexpected even by the creators of the series, was the brilliant acting Dmitry Nagiyev, who has managed to make his character very real (although the role has been written exactly for this actor); as well as the authors’ ingenious idea of creating an intersection of two worlds: the rather caricatured “criminal” 90s, the memories of which have faded – at least within a part of the audience of older age, while the youngsters have no idea about this time at all, and the modern world, seemingly more honest and fair (according to the critic of the “Film Art” magazine Vladimir Kolotayev. In this new world, the brutal, but simple-minded and, in fact, defenseless “Foma” tries to find new solutions for himself and do something that he has never done before - to win the heart of a woman and save a child. Schoolchildren are not afraid of “Foma”, as the P. E. Teacher is teaching them, and they are teaching him in turn. “Foma”’s path is thorny, he constantly makes mistakes, and ruins his own positive results having been achieved with great difficulty, and yet, slowly and painfully, he changes to become better. The critics pointed out a higher quality of the TNT products, which has first been noticed in the “Interns”, and further improved within the “Swell Guys” and became quite obvious in “P. E. Teacher”: proved by the great interest of the audience. “P. E. Teacher” was included into the list of “The Top 10 Russian TV series of 2014” according to the magazine “Afisha”, and got the prize of the Association of Producers of Cinema and Television in the nominations “Best Comedy TV Series” and “The Best Screenplay” in 2014, as well as the TEFI prize in the “Best Sitcom” nomination of 2015. The premiere of the 4th season of “P. E. Teacher” is scheduled for the end of June 2017. The next precedent in the history of the channel has been the film series “Sweet Life” by Andrei Dzhunkovsky. This project has been made in full accordance with the canons of a “serious movie”, it is meaningfully similar to the dramas of Western cable channels, and in comparison with the rest of Russian TV products it can be called even a somewhat elite film. The story develops around a single mother, a go-go dancer from Perm, played by Marta Nosova. Having repulsed the son of the governor, Sasha acquired dangerous enemies, put her own friends, including her sweetheart, against herself, left her child to her grandmother, and left to Moscow, hoping to vanish in the metropolis. The further events are connected with the attempts of the heroine to arrange her life in the capital city and with her relationship with six successful 30-year-old men. In the film there are a lot of blunt scenes and obscene words, thus, two editions of the series were prepared: one for the prime time and the other for nighttime show, uncensored. “Sweet Life” was the first Russian series, which premiered on the Internet, 2 weeks before being shown on TV (previously, some episodes of “Swell Guys” used to appear on the Internet some hours before the TV premier, in order to attract the TV audience). Amediateka, a paid video service, bought the rights for the series, and on May 15, 2014, Amidoteka made available all the 6 episodes of the first season (in their uncensored version). The parties have not disclosed the amount of the deal: “Sweet Life” was the first domestic series shown by the service Amediateka. In the rating of the service’s popularity, the series got the second place, letting forward just the first season of the “Game of Thrones”. For the first 2 weeks after the placement, “Sweet Life” was watched by almost 11,000 people. In August 2014, the channel TNT launched a new show called “Dancing”, which is an analogue of the American TV show “So You Think You Can Dance”. Contestants compete for the title of the best dancer in Russia and the main prize is an amount of 3 000 000 Russian rubles. The production of the program is carried out by the company Comedy Club Production, for which this dancing show is not the first one - in 2008 TNT broadcast “Dancing without rules”, which represented a “battle of dancers”, and became a logical continuation of “Laughter without rules”, and also a reaction to the rise of the popularity of such shows around the world. If in the “Dance without rules”, in addition to the participants who performed various prepared and improvised turns, one could only see the hosts (being also the members of the jury), the "Dancing put forward some choreographers-mentors such as: Egor Druzhinin and Miguel, who became famous with this show. “Dancing” were not the first popular dancing program to be shown on the Russian television: since 2006, for more than 10 years, the channel “Russia-1” has launched a program named “Dancing with the Stars”, in 2013 the same channel showed a season of “Big Dancing”, and later, in 2015, “Channel One Russia” started its own mass dancing show - “Dance!” However, the show on TNT turned out to have the greatest impact on the audience and, according to the music critic Boris Barabanov: A mystical youth thriller “Chernobyl: Zone of Exclusion”, staged by an invited Swedish director Anders Banke, turned out to be the "great dramatic format ", the very possibility of which to appear was influenced by the success of the unfinished project “Through My Eyes”. The premiere of this series was postponed several times. Its original script created by Ilya Kulikov and Yevgeny Nikishov had been inspired by “The Blair Witch Project”, with which it actually is very much alike, though the story actually takes place in the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone. Later on, it was completely rewritten by the authors on the request of the creative producer of the TNT channel Valery Fedorovich. The final story tells about five teenagers, who got into the abandoned ghost town of Pripyat while chasing a robber. In this place they suddenly get an opportunity to go back to 1986 and prevent the catastrophe in the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. But the Zone itself turns into their worst enemy. As the story goes on, the initial road-movie transfers into a mystical thriller, then into an action film, a disaster film, and finally, the last series of the first season leaves a possibility for the continuation in the genre of “alternate history” in which the Soviet Union avoids dissolution, and the US is losing its superpower status. The series was the first in Russia, fully featured in the cinema before the official premiere on television. The premiere show of all the 8 series of the first season was held on September 24, 2014 in the Moscow cinema theater “October”, in the presence of many movie and show-business stars. Later the same shows were held in 18 cities of Russia: St. Petersburg, Perm, Krasnoyarsk, Yekaterinburg, Vladivostok, Kemerovo, Novosibirsk, Saratov, Irkutsk, Izhevsk, Omsk, Ulyanovsk, Tula, Barnaul, Tomsk, Ufa, Chelyabinsk and Voronezh. “Chernobyl. The Zone of Alienation” got very high ratings. The premiere series for the audience from 14 to 44 years collected in Russia a share of 28.4% (in Moscow - 29.9%). The share of the youth audience from 18 to 30 years was 34.9% in Russia, and 40.4% in Moscow. Within the first week after the placement of the series “Chernobyl” on the video portal Rutube, the series collected 6.1 million views, which is 1.6 million more than the first season of “P. E. Teacher”, which had previously broken the record of views. Together with “P. E. Teacher”, “Chernobyl” was included in the list of “the 10 Best Russian series of 2014” according to the version of the magazine “Afisha”, and also got a number of nominations for the prizes of APKiT, TEFI, WORD, and Georges, though did not manage to win any of these. The second season was filmed in the US and was broadcast on TV-3, which is now changing its format in order to further broadcast mostly premium TV programs and shows. On September 1, 2014, a new TV channel, called “TNT-Comedy” was launched, replacing the satellite TV channel “Comedy TV”, as well as an international version of the TNT under the same name.

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Бабье царство - Netflix

Бабье царство - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 43 minutes

Premier: 2012-06-16

Бабье царство - Woman's World (1967 film) - Netflix

Woman's World (Russian: Бабье царство, translit. Babye tsarstvo) is a 1967 war film directed by Alexey Saltykov. The film was a box-office leader in the USSR in the year 1968, fourth place - 49.6 million viewers.

Бабье царство - Awards - Netflix

VKF (All-Union Film Festival) 1970 - Diploma and Award for Best Actress (Rimma Markova)

San Sebastián International Film Festival 1968 - Special Diploma for Best Actress (Rimma Markova)

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Лютый - Netflix

Лютый - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 48 minutes

Premier: 2013-11-29

Лютый - Ciclone-class torpedo boat - Netflix

The Ciclone class were a group of torpedo boats or destroyer escorts built for the Italian Navy which fought in the Second World War. They were slightly enlarged versions of the previous Orsa class, with improved stability and heavier anti-submarine armament. These ships were built as part of the Italian war mobilization programme and completed in 1942-43.

Лютый - Armament - Netflix

All units were fitted with a sonar, and also torpedo launchers were present in the same quantity and placement for all units of the class. However, there were three different gun configurations in the class: Ghibli, Impavido, Impetuoso, Indomito, Monsone were fitted with 3 single 100/47mm guns, plus 4 dual 20/65mm machine guns. Aliseo, Ardente, Ciclone, Fortunale, Groppo, Tifone, Uragano with 2 single 100/47mm guns, while the central mounting was fitted with another dual 20/65mm installation (10 × 20/65mm machine guns). Animoso, Ardito, Ardimentoso, Intrepido with 2 single 100/47mm guns, while the central mounting was fitted with a quadruple 20/65mm mounting, for a total of 12 AA machine guns.

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Дыши со мной - Netflix

Дыши со мной - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 48 minutes

Premier: 2010-08-09

Дыши со мной - Amatory - Netflix

Amatory (commonly typeset as [AMATORY], to fit their logo) is a Russian metalcore band, formed in 2001 in Saint Petersburg. The band has gone on hiatus from extensive touring and studio work at the end of 2012, having released 5 studio albums. In 2015, the band returned from hiatus and released sixth studio album simply titled «6». The group won two awards at the Russian Alternative Music Prize in 2005 and has toured across Russia, Estonia, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Moldova, Belarus, Ukraine and Finland.

Дыши со мной - Videos - Netflix

Russian 2003: Осколки (Fragments) 2004: Чёрно-Белые Дни (Black and White Days) 2006: Преступление Против Времени (Crime Against Time) 2006: Преступление Против Времени (Alternative Version) (Crime Against Time (Alternative Version)) 2007: Эффект Бабочки (Butterfly Effect) 2009: Дыши Со Мной (Breathe With Me) 2009: Багровый Рассвет (The Crimson Dawn) 2011: Стеклянные Люди (Glass People) 2011: Сквозь Закрытые Веки (Through Closed Eyelids) 2011: Осколки 2.011 (Fragments 2.011) 2015: Остановить Время (Stop The Time) English 2009: Just One More Day 2009: Your Life In My Eyes

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Бабье царство - Netflix

Бабье царство - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 43 minutes

Premier: 2012-06-16

Бабье царство - List of Soviet films of 1967 - Netflix

A list of films produced in the Soviet Union in 1967 (see 1967 in film).

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Капитанские дети - Netflix

Капитанские дети - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 51 minutes

Premier: 2007-02-26

Капитанские дети - Elena Korikova - Netflix

Elena Yuryevna Korikova (Russian: Еле́на Ю́рьевна Ко́рикова; born 12 April 1972) is a Russian theater and television actress. She is perhaps the best known for her role of Anna Platonova in television series Bednaya Nastya.

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Аннушка - Netflix

Аннушка - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 51 minutes

Premier: 2010-07-12

Аннушка - Anoushka Shankar - Netflix

Anoushka Shankar (Bengali : অনুষ্কা শঙ্কর) (born 9 June 1981) is a British Indian sitar player and composer. She is the daughter of Ravi Shankar and the half-sister of Norah Jones.

Аннушка - Awards - Netflix

British House of Commons Shield, 1998 Woman of the Year awarded on International Women's Day 2003 in India Named as one of 20 Asian Heroes by the Asia edition of Time in 2004 Nominated for a Grammy award in 2003 in the World Music category for her third-album, Live at Carnegie Hall. She was the youngest-ever and first woman nominee in this category. In 2005 she was nominated for another Grammy, in the Best Contemporary World Music category for her fourth album RISE. In 2013 she was nominated for her third Grammy, in the Best World Music category for her album Traveller. In 2014 she was nominated for a fourth Grammy in the Best World Music category for her album Traces of You. In 2015 She was nominated for a fifth Grammy in the Best World Music Category for her album “Home”. In 2016 She was nominated for a sixth Grammy in the Best World Music Category for her album “Land of Gold”. In 2012 she won Best Artist in the Songlines Music Award for her album Traveller. In 2017 she won the Eastern Eye Arts, Culture & Theatre Awards (ACTA) Award for Music for outstanding achievements in the Indian classical and progressive world music scenes.

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Берега - Netflix

Берега - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2013-12-21

Берега - Federation Island - Netflix

Federation Island (rus: Остров “Федерация”) is an artificial island archipelago that was projected to be located off the coast of Sochi, Russia, in the Black Sea.

Берега - List of affiliates - Netflix

M-industry Witteveen+Bos Van oord Jan de nul Koninklijke Boskalis

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Ласточкино гнездо - Netflix

Little girl Masha lost her mother and now she is protected by her neighbours and mom's bestfriend. But once girl decides to find her father. She has photos of two possible fathers and their names.

Ласточкино гнездо - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 26 minutes

Premier: 2011-04-11

Ласточкино гнездо - Tatyana Arntgolts - Netflix

Tatyana Albertovna Arntgolts (Russian: Татья́на Альбе́ртовна Арнтго́льц; born 18 March 1982) is a Russian theater and film actress.

Ласточкино гнездо - Biography - Netflix

Twin sisters Tatyana and Olga born in Kaliningrad, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union. In a family of actors of the Kaliningrad Regional Drama Theater: Honored Artist of the RF Albert Arntgolts and actress Valentina Arntgolts (née Galich). She has an identical twin sister Olga, who is also an actress. Together they studied at M.S. Schepkin Higher Theatre School in Moscow. In 2008, Tatyana married actor Ivan Zhidkov. In September 2009, she gave birth to daughter Maria in Moscow. In the summer of 2013 the couple divorced. Also, the actress met with Grigory Antipenko, but later the couple broke up.

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Барс - Netflix

Based on the ABC's Castle series, Барс (Bars) follows a famous Russian detective writer Alexander Bars, who became involved in the police investigation of the crimes, carried out exactly as described in his books.

Барс - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: In Development

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: None

Барс - .220 Russian - Netflix

The .220 Russian (5.6×39mm) cartridge was developed in the late 1950s for deer hunting in Russia. It is a 7.62×39mm cartridge necked down to hold a 5.6 mm bullet. It was later adopted by Finland, and by around 1965 was being produced by SAKO and Lapua. When it was introduced to the United States, Sako, and later Lapua, brass was stamped “.220 Russian”. The .220 Russian is the parent case for the .22 PPC, 6mm PPC, and the 6.5mm Grendel cartridge.

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Званый ужин - Netflix

На каждой неделе в соревновании участвуют 5 героев, которые будут, каждый в свой день,принимать гостей у себя дома. Для этого им нужно в течение дня не только приготовить ужин, но и привести дом в порядок, придумать развлечения для гостей и сделать по-настоящему комфортную атмосферу. В конце недели, по результатам баллов, выставленных гостями, определяется лучший хозяин.

Званый ужин - Netflix

Type: Variety

Languages: Russian

Status: Running

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2017-04-10

Званый ужин - Come Dine with Me - Netflix

Come Dine with Me is a popular Channel 4 cooking programme shown in the United Kingdom. It was produced by ITV Studios (formerly known as Granada) until 2013, when Shiver Productions took over. First broadcast in January 2005, the show has either four or five amateur chefs competing against each other hosting a dinner party for the other contestants. Each competitor then rates the host's performance with the winner winning a £1,000 cash prize which is announced by the competitor who hosted the dinner party on Friday. An element of comedy is added to the show through comedian Dave Lamb, who provides a dry and bitingly sarcastic narration. The format has been franchised internationally by many other broadcasters throughout the world.

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Счастливы вместе - Netflix

Счастливы вместе - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 2006-03-08

Счастливы вместе - Married... with Children - Netflix

Married... with Children is an American television sitcom that aired on Fox, created by Michael G. Moye and Ron Leavitt. Originally broadcast from April 5, 1987 to June 9, 1997, it is the longest-lasting live-action sitcom on Fox and the first to be broadcast in the network's primetime programming slot. The show follows the lives of Al Bundy, a once glorious high school football player turned hard-luck women's shoe salesman; his obnoxious wife, Peggy; their attractive, promiscuous, and clueless daughter, Kelly; and their girl-crazy, wisecracking son, Bud. Their neighbors are the upwardly mobile Steve Rhoades and his feminist wife Marcy, who later gets remarried to Jefferson D'Arcy, a white-collar criminal who becomes her “trophy husband” and Al's sidekick. Most storylines involve Al's schemes being foiled by his own cartoonish dim wit and bad luck. The series comprises 259 episodes and 11 seasons. Its theme song is “Love and Marriage” by Sammy Cahn and Jimmy Van Heusen, performed by Frank Sinatra from the 1955 television production Our Town. The first two seasons of the series were videotaped at ABC Television Center in Hollywood. From season three to season eight, the show was taped at Sunset Gower Studios in Hollywood, and the remaining three seasons were taped at Sony Pictures Studios in Culver City. The series was produced by Embassy Communications during its first season and half of its second season and the remaining seasons by ELP Communications under the studio Columbia Pictures Television. In 2008, the show placed number 94 on Entertainment Weekly's “New TV Classics” list.

Счастливы вместе - Episodes - Netflix

During its 11-season run on the Fox network, Married ... with Children aired 258 episodes. A 259th episode, “I'll See You in Court” from season 3, never aired on Fox (see below), but premiered on FX and has since been included on DVD and in syndication packages. The episode counts in the chart below include it. Three specials also aired following the series' cancellation, including a cast reunion.

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Сердца трёх - Netflix

Сердца трёх - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 52 minutes

Premier: 1992-10-01

Сердца трёх - Hearts of Three - Netflix

Hearts of Three is an adventure novel by Jack London. The novel was finished right before the writer's death and released in 1919–1920 in the New York Journal. The novel was written in cooperation with Charles Goddard.

Сердца трёх - Cinematization - Netflix

In 1992, the novel was cinematized and released under the same title as TV mini-series in Russia and Ukraine.

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Закон - Netflix

Закон - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 50 minutes

Premier: 2002-08-26

Закон - Ukraine - Netflix

Ukraine (Ukrainian: Україна, translit. Ukrayina; Ukrainian pronunciation: [ukrɑˈjinɑ]), sometimes called the Ukraine, is a sovereign state in Eastern Europe, bordered by Russia to the east and northeast; Belarus to the northwest; Poland, Hungary, and Slovakia to the west; Romania and Moldova to the southwest; and the Black Sea and Sea of Azov to the south and southeast, respectively. Ukraine is currently in a territorial dispute with Russia over the Crimean Peninsula, which Russia annexed in 2014 and now administers as two federal subjects of the Russian federation, but which Ukraine and most of the international community continue to recognise as Ukrainian. Including Crimea, Ukraine has an area of 603,628 km2 (233,062 sq mi), making it the largest country entirely within Europe and the 46th largest country in the world. Excluding Crimea, Ukraine has a population of about 42.5 million, making it the 32nd most populous country in the world. The territory of modern Ukraine has been inhabited since 32,000 BC. During the Middle Ages, the area was a key centre of East Slavic culture, with the powerful state of Kievan Rus' forming the basis of Ukrainian identity. Following its fragmentation in the 13th century, the territory was contested, ruled and divided by a variety of powers, including Lithuania, Poland, Austria-Hungary, the Ottoman Empire and Russia. A Cossack republic emerged and prospered during the 17th and 18th centuries, but its territory was eventually split between Poland and the Russian Empire, and finally merged fully into the Russian-dominated Soviet Union in the late 1940s. During the 20th century three periods of independence occurred. The first of these periods occurred briefly during and immediately after the German occupation near the end of World War I and the second occurred, also briefly, and also during German occupation, during World War II. However, both of these first two earlier periods would eventually see Ukraine's territories consolidated back into a constituent republic within the Soviet Union. The third period of independence began in 1991, when Ukraine gained its independence from the Soviet Union in the aftermath of its dissolution at the end of the Cold War. Ukraine has maintained its independence as a sovereign state ever since. Before its independence, Ukraine was typically referred to in English as “The Ukraine”, but sources since then have moved to drop “the” from the name of Ukraine in all uses. Following its independence, Ukraine declared itself a neutral state. Nonetheless it formed a limited military partnership with the Russian Federation and other CIS countries and a partnership with NATO in 1994. In the 2000s, the government began leaning towards NATO, and a deeper cooperation with the alliance was set by the NATO-Ukraine Action Plan signed in 2002. It was later agreed that the question of joining NATO should be answered by a national referendum at some point in the future. Former President Viktor Yanukovych considered the current level of co-operation between Ukraine and NATO sufficient, and was against Ukraine joining NATO. In 2013, after the government of President Yanukovych had decided to suspend the Ukraine-European Union Association Agreement and seek closer economic ties with Russia, a several-months-long wave of demonstrations and protests known as the Euromaidan began, which later escalated into the 2014 Ukrainian revolution that led to the overthrow of President Yanukovych and his cabinet and the establishment of a new government. These events formed the background for the annexation of Crimea by Russia in March 2014, and the War in Donbass in April 2014. On 1 January 2016, Ukraine applied the economic part of the Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area with the European Union. Ukraine has long been a global breadbasket because of its extensive, fertile farmlands and is one of the world's largest grain exporters. The diversified economy of Ukraine includes a large heavy industry sector, particularly in aerospace and industrial equipment. Ukraine is a unitary republic under a semi-presidential system with separate powers: legislative, executive and judicial branches. Its capital and largest city is Kiev. Taking into account reserves and paramilitary personnel, Ukraine maintains the second-largest military in Europe after that of Russia. The country is home to 42.5 million people (excluding Crimea), 77.8 percent of whom are Ukrainians “by ethnicity”, followed by a sizeable minority of Russians (17.3 percent) as well as Georgians, Romanians/Moldovans, Belarusians, Crimean Tatars, Bulgarians and Hungarians. Ukrainian is the official language and its alphabet is Cyrillic. The dominant religions in the country are Eastern Orthodoxy and Greek Catholicism, which have strongly influenced Ukrainian architecture, literature and music. It is a member of the United Nations since its founding, the Council of Europe, OSCE, GUAM, and one of the founding states of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS).

Закон - Biodiversity - Netflix

Ukraine is home to a diverse assemblage of animals, fungi, microorganisms and plants.

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Малышарики - Netflix

If a small little baby wants to see a great cartoon, you should advise him to cartoon "Malyshariki." It is designed especially for children up to 4 years. He is not just a fascinating story, but also has a training and informative character. The main characters of the cartoon - Nyushenka and lamb, cute characters that constantly fall into various interesting situations. They love to play together and spend all his spare time.Children learn that only together can solve various tasks. In addition, they will learn the basics of the surrounding world. So, it would be helpful to know that things can be both easy, and heavy. World of the cartoon "Malyshariki" fascinating, despite its simplicity. In it live the joy, the laughter of children, kindness and care. Let them feel and your child. See this wonderful cartoon with him.

Малышарики - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Russian

Status: Running

Runtime: 5 minutes

Premier: 2015-11-13

Малышарики - Konstantin Khabensky - Netflix

Konstantin Yurievich Khabensky, PAR (Russian: Константин Юрьевич Хабенский; born 11 January 1972) is a Russian actor of stage and film, director and philanthropist. From 1997 he was part of the Saint Petersburg Lensoviet Theatre cast until 2000, after which he transferred to the Moscow Art Theatre in 2002 where he is still active. Khabensky's first lead roles in cinema were in Women's Property (1999) and in the film In Motion (2002). Among the Russian audience he gained recognition with the TV series Deadly Force (2002-2005), while his international breakthrough came with the films Night Watch (2004) and Day Watch (2006) as the protagonist, Anton Gorodetsky. Other notable films with him in the lead role include Poor Relatives (2005), The Irony of Fate 2 (2007), Collector (2016), TV series Pyotr Leschenko. Everything That Was... (2013), The Method (2015) and Trotsky (2017). One of the most acclaimed actors in Russia, Khabensky has earned numerous awards, including two Nika Awards for The Admiral (2008) and The Geographer Drank His Globe Away (2013). He has also won three Golden Eagle Awards for Best Actor, three Kinotavr Awards and the Russian Guild of Film Critics Award. Based on the data of the website KinoPoisk, Konstantin Khabensky was declared to be the most popular actor in Russia in the first 15 years of the 21st century. Khabensky made his directorial debut in 2018 with the Holocaust drama Sobibor where he also played the role of Alexander Pechersky. Alongside his work in cinema, Khabensky is a philanthropist, in 2008 he established the Konstantin Khabensky Charitable Foundation which provides assistance to children with oncological and other serious brain afflictions.

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Счастливы вместе - Netflix

Счастливы вместе - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 2006-03-08

Счастливы вместе - Married... with Children - Netflix

Married... with Children is an American television sitcom that aired on Fox, created by Michael G. Moye and Ron Leavitt. Originally broadcast from April 5, 1987 to June 9, 1997, it is the longest-lasting live-action sitcom on Fox and the first to be broadcast in the network's primetime programming slot. The show follows the lives of Al Bundy, a once glorious high school football player turned hard-luck women's shoe salesman; his obnoxious wife, Peggy; their attractive, promiscuous, and clueless daughter, Kelly; and their girl-crazy, wisecracking son, Bud. Their neighbors are the upwardly mobile Steve Rhoades and his feminist wife Marcy, who later gets remarried to Jefferson D'Arcy, a white-collar criminal who becomes her “trophy husband” and Al's sidekick. Most storylines involve Al's schemes being foiled by his own cartoonish dim wit and bad luck. The series comprises 259 episodes and 11 seasons. Its theme song is “Love and Marriage” by Sammy Cahn and Jimmy Van Heusen, performed by Frank Sinatra from the 1955 television production Our Town. The first two seasons of the series were videotaped at ABC Television Center in Hollywood. From season three to season eight, the show was taped at Sunset Gower Studios in Hollywood, and the remaining three seasons were taped at Sony Pictures Studios in Culver City. The series was produced by Embassy Communications during its first season and half of its second season and the remaining seasons by ELP Communications under the studio Columbia Pictures Television. In 2008, the show placed number 94 on Entertainment Weekly's “New TV Classics” list.

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1941, 1942, 1943 - Netflix

1941, 1942, 1943 - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2009-05-04

1941, 1942, 1943 - No. 303 Polish Fighter Squadron - Netflix

No. 303 (“Kościuszko”) Polish Fighter Squadron (Polish: 303 Dywizjon Myśliwski “Warszawski im. Tadeusza Kościuszki”) was one of 16 Polish squadrons in the Royal Air Force (RAF) during the Second World War. It was not just the highest scoring of the Hurricane squadrons during the Battle of Britain, but it had the highest ratio of enemy aircraft destroyed to their own lost (safest). The squadron was named after the Polish and United States hero General Tadeusz Kościuszko, and the eponymous Polish 7th Air Escadrille founded by Merian C. Cooper, that served Poland in the 1919–1921 Polish-Soviet War. No. 303 was formed in July 1940 in Blackpool, England before deployment to RAF Northolt on 2 August as part of an agreement between the Polish Government in Exile and the United Kingdom. It had a distinguished combat record and was disbanded in December 1946.

1941, 1942, 1943 - Locations - Netflix

2 August 1940 – RAF Northolt 11 October 1940 – RAF Leconfield 3 January 1941 – RAF Northolt 17 July 1941 – RAF Speke 7 October 1941 – RAF Northolt 15 June 1942 – Kirton-in-Lindsey 16 August 1942 – RAF Redhill 20 August 1942 – Kirton-in-Lindsey 1 February 1943 – RAF Northolt 5 February 1943 – RAF Heston 3 March 1943 – RAF Debden 12 March 1943 – RAF Heston 26 March 1943 – Martlesham Heath 8 April 1943 – RAF Heston 1 June 1943 – RAF Northolt 12 November 1943 – Ballyhalbert 30 April 1944 – Horne 19 June 1944 – Westhampnett 27 June 1944 – RAF Merston 9 August 1944 – Westhampnett 25 August 1944 – RAF Coltishall 4 April 1945 – Andrews Field 16 May 1945 – RAF Coltishall 9 August 1945 – Andrews Field 28 November 1945 – Turnhouse 4 January 1946 – Wick 31 March 1946 – Charterhall 23 March 1946 – RAF Hethel

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Петербургские тайны - Netflix

Петербургские тайны - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 52 minutes

Premier: 1994-04-12

Петербургские тайны - Darya Volga - Netflix

Darya Vladimirovna Volga (Russian: Дарья Владимировна Волга, also known as Dasha Volga) (born June 19, 1974, Kiev) is a Russian television personality. She was the original host for Russia's Let's Get Married on Channel One.

Петербургские тайны - Career - Netflix

In New Zealand Volga starred in the television series “Hey, Dude”, appeared on the television show Rude Awakenings, and was the star in Beyond the Ocean (Tam za okeanom), as well as several commercials. In Russia, Volga first appeared as a weather forecaster on TNT. Volga gained popularity by filming on the series St. Petersburg Secrets (Петербургские_тайны), Maroseyka, 12, Tatiana's Day (Татьянин день) and the French film Alice Fox (Лиса Алиса). From July 28 to October 3, 2008 she was the head presenter of Let's Get Married.

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Берега - Netflix

Берега - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2013-12-21

Берега - Federation Island - Netflix

Federation Island (rus: Остров “Федерация”) is an artificial island archipelago that was projected to be located off the coast of Sochi, Russia, in the Black Sea.

Берега - List of affiliates - Netflix

M-industry Witteveen+Bos Van oord Jan de nul Koninklijke Boskalis

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Культ - Netflix

Культ - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2015-10-12

Культ - Zoey Deutch - Netflix

Zoey Francis Thompson Deutch (; born November 10, 1994) is an American actress known for portraying Rosemarie “Rose” Hathaway in Vampire Academy (2014), Beverly in the Richard Linklater film Everybody Wants Some!! (2016), Stephanie Fleming in Why Him? (2016), Samantha Kingston in Before I Fall (2017), and Erica Vandross in Flower (2017). Her other film roles include Beautiful Creatures (2013), Good Kids (2016), Dirty Grandpa (2016), and Set It Up (2018). She was also featured in the official music video for “Perfect” (2017) by Ed Sheeran. Her upcoming films include Richard Says Goodbye (2018), and The Year of Spectacular Men (2018).

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Лабиринты судьбы - Netflix

Лабиринты судьбы - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 47 minutes

Premier: 2015-04-04

Лабиринты судьбы - Alyona Lanskaya - Netflix

Alyona Lanskaya (Belarusian: Алена Ланская, Romanized: Alena Lanskaja; Russian: Алёна Ланская, Romanized: Alyona Lanskaya; born 7 September 1985) is a Belarusian singer. In 2011, she won the Slavianski Bazaar Contest in Vitebsk. Alyona represented Belarus in the Eurovision Song Contest 2013 in Malmö, Sweden with the song “Solayoh”, qualifying from the semi-final of the competition and placing 16th in the final by scoring 48 points.

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Его любовь - Netflix

Его любовь - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 43 minutes

Premier: 2013-08-24

Его любовь - Russian military intervention in Ukraine (2014–present) - Netflix

In February 2014, Russia made several military incursions into Ukrainian territory. After Euromaidan protests and the fall of Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych, Russian soldiers without insignias took control of strategic positions and infrastructure within the Ukrainian territory of Crimea. Russia then annexed Crimea after a referendum in which Crimeans allegedly voted to join the Russian Federation, according to official results. In April, demonstrations by pro-Russian groups in the Donbass area of Ukraine escalated into an armed conflict between the Ukrainian government and the Russia-backed separatist forces of the self-declared Donetsk and Luhansk People's Republics. In August, Russian military vehicles crossed the border in several locations of Donetsk Oblast. The incursion by the Russian military was seen as responsible for the defeat of Ukrainian forces in early September. In November 2014, the Ukrainian military reported intensive movement of troops and equipment from Russia into the separatist-controlled parts of eastern Ukraine. The Associated Press reported 80 unmarked military vehicles on the move in rebel-controlled areas. The Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) Special Monitoring Mission observed convoys of heavy weapons and tanks in DPR-controlled territory without insignia. OSCE monitors further stated they observed vehicles transporting ammunition and soldiers' dead bodies crossing the Russian-Ukrainian border under the guise of humanitarian aid convoys. As of early August 2015, OSCE observed over 21 such vehicles marked with the Russian military code for soldiers killed in action. According to The Moscow Times, Russia has tried to intimidate and silence human rights workers discussing Russian soldiers' deaths in the conflict. OSCE repeatedly reported that its observers were denied access to the areas controlled by “combined Russian-separatist forces”. The majority of members of the international community and organizations such as Amnesty International have condemned Russia for its actions in post-revolutionary Ukraine, accusing it of breaking international law and violating Ukrainian sovereignty. Many countries implemented economic sanctions against Russia, Russian individuals or companies – to which Russia responded in kind. In October 2015, The Washington Post reported that Russia has redeployed some of its elite units from Ukraine to Syria to support Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. In December 2015, Russian Federation President Vladimir Putin admitted that Russian military intelligence officers were operating in Ukraine, insisting though that they were not the same as regular troops.

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Сердца трёх - Netflix

Сердца трёх - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 52 minutes

Premier: 1992-10-01

Сердца трёх - Hearts of Three - Netflix

Hearts of Three is an adventure novel by Jack London. The novel was finished right before the writer's death and released in 1919–1920 in the New York Journal. The novel was written in cooperation with Charles Goddard.

Сердца трёх - Cinematization - Netflix

In 1992, the novel was cinematized and released under the same title as TV mini-series in Russia and Ukraine.

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Синдром дракона - Netflix

Синдром дракона - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 50 minutes

Premier: 2012-11-28

Синдром дракона - Leonid Bichevin - Netflix

Leonid Aleksandrovich Bichevin (Russian: Леони́д Алекса́ндрович Биче́вин; born 24 December 1984) is a Russian actor.

Синдром дракона - Career - Netflix

He is best known for his roles in films Cargo 200 and Morphine by Alexei Balabanov. Bichevin has been the member of the Vakhtangov Theatre since 2006, and has participated in plays such as Cyrano de Bergerac, The Dog in the Manger, Troilus and Cressida, Amphitryon and Measure for Measure.

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Учителя - Netflix

Учителя - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 50 minutes

Premier: 2014-09-01

Учителя - Yulia Peresild - Netflix

Yulia Sergeevna Peresild (Russian: Ю́лия Серге́евна Переси́льд; born 5 September 1984) is a Russian stage and film actress.

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Куб - Netflix

Куб - Netflix

Type: Game Show

Languages: Russian

Status: To Be Determined

Runtime: None minutes

Premier: 2011-08-31

Куб - Equipment of the Serbian Armed Forces - Netflix

This is a list of equipment used by the Serbian Armed Forces.

Куб - River Flotilla vessels - Netflix

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Прокуроры - Netflix

Прокуроры - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 44 minutes

Premier: 2015-12-08

Прокуроры - Andrey Vyshinsky - Netflix

Andrey Yanuaryevich Vyshinsky (Russian: Андре́й Януа́рьевич Выши́нский; Polish: Andrzej Wyszyński) (10 December [O.S. 28 November] 1883 – 22 November 1954) was a Soviet politician, jurist and diplomat. He is known as a state prosecutor of Joseph Stalin's Moscow trials and in the Nuremberg trials. He was the Soviet Foreign Minister from 1949 to 1953, after having served as Deputy Foreign Minister under Vyacheslav Molotov since 1940. He also headed the Institute of State and Law in the Soviet Academy of Sciences. His theoretical works justify mass repressions.

Прокуроры - Wartime diplomat - Netflix

In February 1945, he accompanied Stalin, Molotov, and Beria to the Yalta Conference. After returning to Moscow he was dispatched to Romania, where he arranged for a Communist regime to assume control in 1945. He then once again accompanied the Soviet leadership to the Potsdam Conference. British diplomat Sir Frank Roberts, who served as British Chargé d'Affaires in Moscow from February 1945 to October 1947, described him as follows:

The Great Purge inflicted tremendous losses on the People's Commissariat of Foreign Affairs. Maxim Litvinov was one of the few diplomats who survived and he was dismissed. Vyshinsky had a low opinion of diplomats because they often complained about the impact of trials on opinions in the West. In 1939, Vyshinsky entered another phase of his career when he introduced a motion to bring the Western Ukraine into the USSR to the Supreme Soviet. Afterwards, as Deputy Chairman of the People's Commissariat, which oversaw culture and education, as this area and others were incorporated more fully into the USSR, he directed efforts to convert the written alphabets of conquered peoples to the Cyrillic alphabet. In June 1940 Vyshinsky was sent to Latvia to supervise the establishment of a pro-Soviet government and incorporation of that country into the USSR. He was generally well received, and he set out to purge the Latvian Communist Party of Trotskyists, Bukharinites, and possible foreign agents. In July 1940, a Latvian Soviet Republic was proclaimed. It was, unsurprisingly, granted admission to the USSR. As a result of this success, he was named Deputy People's Commissar of Foreign Affairs, and taken into greater confidence by Stalin, Lavrentiy Beria, and Vyacheslav Molotov. After the German invasion of the Soviet Union Vyshinsky was transferred to the shadow capital at Kuibyshev. He remained here for much of the war, but he continued to act as a loyal functionary, and attempted to ingratiate himself with Archibald Clark Kerr and visiting Republican presidential candidate Wendell Willkie. During the Tehran Conference in 1943, he remained in the Soviet Union to “keep shop” while most of the leadership was abroad. Stalin appointed him to the Allied Control Council on Italian affairs where he began organizing the repatriation of Soviet POWs (including those who did not want to return to the Soviet Union). He also began to liaise with the Italian Communist Party in Naples.

He spoke good French, was quick, clever and efficient, and always knew his dossier well, but whereas I had a certain unwilling respect for Molotov, I had none at all for Vyshinsky. All Soviet officials at that time had no choice but to carry out Stalin's policies without asking too many questions, but Vyshinsky above all gave me the impression of a cringing toadie only too anxious to obey His Master's Voice even before it had expressed his wishes. ... I always had the feeling with Vyshinsky that his past as a Menshevik together with his Polish and bourgeois background made him particularly servile and obsequious in his dealings with Stalin and to a lesser extent with Molotov.

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Васильки - Netflix

Васильки - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2013-04-20

Васильки - Iolanta - Netflix

Iolanta, Op. 69, (Russian: Иоланта) is a lyric opera in one act by Pyotr Tchaikovsky. It was the last opera he composed. The libretto was written by the composer's brother Modest Tchaikovsky, and is based on the Danish play Kong Renés Datter (King René's Daughter) by Henrik Hertz, a romanticised account of the life of Yolande de Bar. In the original Danish play, the spelling of the princess's name was “Iolanthe”, later adopted for the otherwise unrelated Gilbert and Sullivan operetta of that name. The play was translated by Fyodor Miller and adapted by Vladimir Zotov. The opera received its premiere on 18 December 1892 in Saint Petersburg.

Васильки - Composition history - Netflix

Composed after the completion of The Queen of Spades, Tchaikovsky worried that he had lost his creative inspiration after such a large project. He started Iolanta with the final duet in June 1891, and despite his worries, finished composition in September and orchestration in November. The public reception was quite favorable, though Tchaikovsky was disappointed and felt he was repeating himself, especially when compared to his earlier work, The Enchantress.

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Розыгрыш - Netflix

Розыгрыш - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 90 minutes

Premier: 2003-09-20

Розыгрыш - Sverdlovsk Film Studio - Netflix

Sverdlovsk Film Studio (Russian: Свердловская Киностудия) is a Russian film studio based in Yekaterinburg (formerly Sverdlovsk). It is a major regional and youngest studio in Russia, that was established on 9 February 1943 in the midst of World War II. A year later, in 1944 the studio has produced its first film Silva – a musical comedy, based on the Austrian operetta Sylva. This was one of the most popular releases in the Soviet Union that year. At this studio, situated in the heart of Russia, were shot more than 210 theatrical films and 600 nonfiction films, hundreds of Popular Science films, more than 100 animations and over 4500 newsreels. In 1998 due to the scope of work collapse Sverdlovsk Film Studio was almost in a state of bankruptcy, which has been managed and overcome for several years. United actions of the state, new management team and independent producers during the period 2003-2008 confirmed the competence of Ural cinematograph to create successful projects. The most popular among modern audience and recognized by Russian and international festivals are the projects created last years: Eger, First on the Moon, The Admiral and the theatrical film, co-produced by Sverdlovsk Film Studio, The House of the Sun.

Розыгрыш - Feature films - Netflix

  1. Beginning (2020 Начало) - 2012 Zoloto (Золото) - 2012 Varvara 3D (Варвара 3D) - 2012 Vlyublen y bezoruzhen (Влюблен и безоружен) - 2010 Istoria lyubvi ili novogodniy rozigrish (История любви или новогодний розыгрыш) The Golden Snake (Золотой полоз) - 2007 K vam prishel Angel (К вам пришел Ангел) - 2005 Pervye na Lune (Первые на Луне) - 2005 Privet, malysh! (Привет, малыш!) - 2001 Suka (Сука) - 2001 Iz otgjloskov dlyekoi rechi (Из отголосков далёкой речи) - 1996 Sysknot byuro “Felix” (Сыскное бюро «Феликс») - 1993 Makrov (Макаров) - 1993 Predchuvstvie (Предчувствие) - 1991 Pered rassvetom (Перед рассветом) - 1989 Gruz “300” (Груз «300») - 1989 Ohota na yedinoroga (Охота на единорога) - 1989 55 gradusov nizhe nulya (55 градусов ниже нуля) - 1986 Jeleznoe pole (Железное поле) - 1986 Taina zolotoi gory (Тайна золотой горы) - 1985 Zyerna vechnogo kolosa (Зёрна вечного колоса) - 1985 Demidovy (Демидовы) - 1983 Semyen Dejnev (Семен Дежнев) - 1983 Zdes tvoi front (Здесь твой фронт) - 1983 Putishestvie budit priyatnym (Путешествие будет приятным) - 1982 I ne konchaetcya doroga (И не кончается дорога) - 1981 Dym otechestva (Дым отечества) - 1980 Bezymyannaya zvezda (Безымянная звезда) - 1979 Privalovskit milliony (Приваловские миллионы)
  2. 1972 Ugryum-reka (Угрюм-река) - 1969 Trembita (Трембита) - 1968 Igra bez pravil (Игра без правил) - 1965 Schestnadtsataya vesna (Шестнадцатая весна) - 1963 Kogda kazaki plachut (Когда казаки плачут) - 1963 Vanya (Ваня) - 1958

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Дилетант - Netflix

Дилетант - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2016-09-04

Дилетант - Marengo (color) - Netflix

Marengo is a shade of gray (black with gray tinge) or blue colors. Sometimes the color is described as a color of a wet asphalt. In the cloth manufacturing industry, marengo usually refers to the color of the fabric and means black or dark brown with small inclusions of white. Sometimes the word refers to black fabric with white threads.

Дилетант - Use - Netflix

The marengo color was used in the Soviet Union for various uniforms. In 1921, the color was approved for Navy uniforms. In 1923, the Soviet Militsiya received new uniforms of marengo color.

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Синяя птица - Netflix

Синяя птица (Bluebird) is a Russian kids talent show.

Синяя птица - Netflix

Type: Game Show

Languages: Russian

Status: Running

Runtime: 105 minutes

Premier: None

Синяя птица - Lenfilm - Netflix

Kinostudiya “Lenfilm” (Russian: Киностудия Ленфильм) was a production unit of the Cinema of the Soviet Union, with its own film studio, located in Saint Petersburg, Russia, formerly Leningrad, R.S.F.S.R. Today OAO “Kinostudiya Lenfilm” is a corporation with its stakes shared between private owners and several private film studios, which are operating on the premises. Since October 2012, the Chairman of the board of directors is Fyodor Bondarchuk.

Синяя птица - Today - Netflix

After the dissolution of the Soviet Union, Lenfilm became a quasi-private film production company of Russia, retaining its name in spite of renaming of the city of Leningrad to St. Petersburg. Lenfilm is a place that is tightly connected with the world celebrities, such as those mentioned and Jane Fonda, Maximilian Schell, Marina Vlady, Julia Ormond, Michael Caine, William Hurt, Sophie Marceau, Sean Bean, Sandrine Bonnaire, Gérard Philipe, and with many great Russians, such as: Vladimir Mayakovsky, Dmitri Shostakovich, Alexander Ney, Kirill Lavrov, Daniil Granin, Pavel Kadochnikov, Aleksandr Demyanenko, Sergey Kuryokhin, and many others. In 2004 “Kinostudiya Lenfilm” was re-organized into a privately owned company. In 2007 “Kinostudiya Lenfilm” together with Apple IMC opened the “Apple” post-production training centre for filmmakers, where Apple computers are used for editing and special effects, as well as for training and certification of film editors in Final Cut Pro 5.1 and other Apple programs.

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Закон каменных джунглей - Netflix

Four boys from the outskirts of Moscow decided to earn some easy money overtaking a car with stolen goods inside. Young people make one mistake after another, without considering the consequences, and as a result, get in problems with the police. Now they need to stick together to survive and get out of trouble.

Закон каменных джунглей - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: To Be Determined

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2015-03-16

Закон каменных джунглей - Mosigra - Netflix

Mosigra is a Russian company, one of the country’s largest federal networks of board games shops.

Закон каменных джунглей - Game rooms - Netflix

The only advertising tool of the company – temporary game rooms at major events and permanent game rooms located in cafes, restaurants and other spaces in the cities. The company organized entertainment points at the music festivals Nashestvie and Usadba Jazz, Afisha Picnic. In 2012, Mosigra conducted a special game room for disabled people during the day Together Against Hemorrhage.

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Как я встретил вашу маму - Netflix

Как я встретил вашу маму - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 24 minutes

Premier: 2010-10-04

Как я встретил вашу маму - How I Met Your Mother - Netflix

How I Met Your Mother (often abbreviated to HIMYM) is an American sitcom that originally aired on CBS from September 19, 2005, to March 31, 2014. The series follows the main character, Ted Mosby, and his group of friends in New York City's Manhattan. As a framing device, Ted, in the year 2030, recounts to his son and daughter the events that led him to meet their mother. The series was created by Craig Thomas and Carter Bays, who also served as the show's executive producers and were frequent writers. The series was loosely inspired by their friendship when they both lived in New York City. Among the 208 episodes, there were only four directors: Pamela Fryman (196 episodes), Rob Greenberg (7 episodes), Michael Shea (4 episodes) and Neil Patrick Harris (1 episode). Known for its unique structure, humor, and incorporation of dramatic elements, How I Met Your Mother has gained a cult following over the years. The show initially received positive reviews, while the later seasons received more mixed reviews. The show was nominated for 30 Emmy Awards, winning ten. In 2010, Alyson Hannigan won the People's Choice Award for Favorite TV Comedy Actress. In 2012, seven years after its premiere, the series won the People's Choice Award for Favorite Network TV Comedy, and Neil Patrick Harris won the award for Favorite TV Comedy Actor. The ninth and final season began airing on September 23, 2013, and concluded on March 31, 2014, with a double-length finale episode, which received polarized reviews from critics and fans alike for its controversial twist ending, as many critics and fans believed it contradicted many of the previous episodes.

Как я встретил вашу маму - Nielsen ratings - Netflix

The show's highest viewed episode was the series finale, “Last Forever”, watched by 13.13 million viewers. Previously, the most viewed episode was the season 1 episode “The Pineapple Incident”, watched by 12.3 million viewers. The lowest-viewed episode was the season 6 episode “Landmarks”, watched by 6.4 million viewers, approximately 52% of the show's series high. Season nine was the highest watched season overall and among the 18-49 adults, scoring a 4.5 rating in that sector up from the second-highest rating of 4.1 in season seven.

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Право на любовь - Netflix

Право на любовь - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2013-08-17

Право на любовь - Litsey - Netflix

Litsey (Russian: Лицей; Lyceum in English) is a Russian pop rock girl group from Moscow, formed in 1991. The original band's imagery – teen female trio with guitars – was unusual in post-Soviet Russia. While the band line-up was changed several times, vocalist Anastasiya Makarevich remained unchanged member of the group since its inception. The band is best known for songs “Osen'” (Осень; Autumn) and “Kak ty o nyom mechtala” (Как ты о нём мечтала; How You Have Dreamed of Him). Original trio debuted in 1991 with АВВА's song “One of Us” on the TV show Morning Star (Утренняя звезда). Litsey was on top of the Russian music charts in 1990s and 2000s with several songs. As of 2016, Litsey is formed by Anastasiya Makarevich, Sofia Taikh, and Anna Shchegoleva. Group producer was Alexey Makarevich. Since the beginnings, Anastasiya Makarevich is the only unchanged band member. Also, the project was focused on her as lead figure, and she is the daughter of the producer Alexey Makarevich.

Право на любовь - Discography - Netflix

«Домашний арест» — 1992 Track-listing «Подруга — ночь» — 1994 Track-listing «Открытый занавес» — 1996 Track-listing «Паровозик-облачко» — 1997 Track-listing «Для тебя» — (Live-концерт в ГЦКЗ «Россия») — 1997 Track-listing «Живая коллекция» (Live концерт в телепрограмме «Живая коллекция») — 1998 Track-listing «Небо» — 1999 Track-listing «Ты стала другой» — 2000 Track-listing «44 минуты» — 2005 Track-listing «Grand collection» — 2008 Track-listing

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Москва. Центральный округ - Netflix

Москва. Центральный округ - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: To Be Determined

Runtime: 50 minutes

Premier: 2003-12-08

Москва. Центральный округ - Tatyana Arntgolts - Netflix

Tatyana Albertovna Arntgolts (Russian: Татья́на Альбе́ртовна Арнтго́льц; born 18 March 1982) is a Russian theater and film actress.

Москва. Центральный округ - Career - Netflix

In 1999 Arntgolts made her acting debut in the youth drama series Prostiye istiny (The Simple Truth), in which she played student Katya Trofimova. In 2008 Arntgolts participated in the Channel One show Lednikoviy Period (Ice Age), where celebrities paired with professional figure skaters and each week competed by performing ice dancing routines. Her partner was Maxim Staviski.

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Последний рубеж - Netflix

Последний рубеж - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2016-05-08

Последний рубеж - Maryna and Serhiy Dyachenko - Netflix

Spouses Maryna Yuryevna Dyachenko and Serhiy Serhievich Dyachenko (rus. Марина и Сергей Дяченко, ukr. Марина та Сергій Дяченки) are Ukrainian co-authors of fantasy literature. They write in Russian, but also often first publish their books in Ukrainian. The Dyachenkos hail from Kiev and currently reside in California.

Последний рубеж - Plays - Netflix

Last Don Quixote (Russian: Последний дон Кихот)

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Адъютант его превосходительства - Netflix

Адъютант его превосходительства - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 75 minutes

Premier: 1970-04-07

Адъютант его превосходительства - List of Soviet films of 1969 - Netflix

A list of films produced in the Soviet Union in 1969 (see 1969 in film).

Адъютант его превосходительства - 1969 - Netflix

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Фаворский - Netflix

Фаворский - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2005-03-28

Фаворский - 1964 in fine arts of the Soviet Union - Netflix

The year 1964 was marked by many events that left an imprint on the history of Soviet and Russian Fine Arts.

Фаворский - VIDEO - Netflix

Artist Nikolai Timkov (1912-1993). Masterpieces of landscape paintings

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Мой - Netflix

Мой - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2009-02-21

Мой - Hillsong Music Australia - Netflix

Hillsong Music is Christian music produced by Hillsong Church in Sydney, Australia as well as offshoot churches, Hillsong London and Hillsong Kiev. Hillsong albums are released and distributed by Hillsong Music Australia. The main groups are Hillsong Worship, Hillsong United, Hillsong Young & Free, and Hillsong Kids.

Мой - Hillsong Kids Junior - Netflix

Crazy Noise (2011)

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Прокуроры - Netflix

Прокуроры - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 44 minutes

Premier: 2015-12-08

Прокуроры - Ingushetia.org - Netflix

Ingushetia.org (Ингушетия.org; formerly ingushetiya.ru) is a non-government Ingush news agency and web site and was owned by Magomed Yevloyev. Its server is located in the United States. The website has been accused of “inciting inter-ethnic hatred” by the public prosecutor of North Ossetia and came under numerous hacker attacks in 2007. The portal also organised the I have not voted! action in Ingushetia after the 2007 Russian legislative elections, gathering more than 57,000 signatures of people who had not voted. The aim of the action was to demonstrate that the official results of the regional voting (98% turnout and 99% support of United Russia) were false. According to Ingushetia.ru, as reported in Chechnya Weekly, access to the portal by people within Ingushetia was blocked by Ingush authorities in November 2007. On August 31, 2008, the website's owner and a vocal critic of the government, Magomed Yevloyev, was shot dead while in police custody. Around the same time, the website was shut down by hackers, something that has happened multiple times in the past. Since September 25 2008, the domain ingushetiya.ru ceased to operate and the address of the web portal was changed to ingushetia.org.

Прокуроры - See also - Netflix

Maksharip Aushev (1966-2009)

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Смешарики. ПИН-код - Netflix

Pin-code - scientific and educational spin-off of the animated series "Smeshariki", established for the purpose of developing interest in engineering, programming and science in children from 4 to 14 years.

Смешарики. ПИН-код - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Russian

Status: Running

Runtime: 13 minutes

Premier: 2012-04-07

Смешарики. ПИН-код - Kikoriki - Netflix

Kikoriki, known in Russian as Smeshariki (Russian: Смеша́рики), is a Russian animated television series consisting of 209 episodes of 6 minutes and 30 seconds each, aimed at children of 3 to 8 years. The first episode premiered in Russia on May 17, 2004. English-language distribution rights to the series were acquired by 4Kids Entertainment from worldwide distributor Fun Game Media, Munich and began airing as part of The CW4Kids block on The CW on September 13, 2008, under the name GoGoRiki. GoGoRiki began its second season in the United States on August 22, 2009. Fun Game Media was also producing a European version, which began airing on KI.KA on December 8, 2008. Since February 2017, all rights to Kikoriki and PinCode outside of the CIS territories, including Kikoriki episodes in all languages other than Russian are owned by FUN Union The Smeshariki are stylized rounded animals. Complex themes and specific cultural references place this cartoon firmly within the Russian tradition of animation.

Смешарики. ПИН-код - Sport - Netflix

A continuation of “Kikoriki. New Adventures” which also uses 3D CG graphics. The premiere is dated September 1, 2017 and took place on the official YouTube channel of this animated series.

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Как я стал русским - Netflix

An employee of the newspaper American Post Alex Wilson sent a long term business trip to Russia, where he will not only have a wonderful day to explore the Russian reality, but also gradually to comprehend the mysterious Russian soul. In addition to drafting tasks, Alex starts a personal blog, where every day will try to answer the question of "what it means to be Russian?"

Как я стал русским - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 2015-11-02

Как я стал русским - Radko Dimitriev - Netflix

Radko Dimitriev (Bulgarian: Радко Димитриев) (24 September 1859 in Gradets – 18 October 1918 near Pyatigorsk) was a Bulgarian general, Head of the General Staff of the Bulgarian Army from 1 January 1904 to 28 March 1907, as well as a general in the Russian Army during the First World War.

Как я стал русским - Biography - Netflix

He was born in the village of Gradets (Sliven Province) and was raised by his grandmother in Kotel. He later studied in the Aprilov Gymnasium in Gabrovo and participated in the organization of the April Uprising (1876). During the Russo-Turkish War (1877–1878) he was a translator in the 2nd Guards Division of the Russian Army. In 1879 he graduated the Military School in Sofia; in 1881 Dimitriev was promoted to a Lieutenant and in 1884 he became Captain after graduating the Saint Petersburg Academy. When only a captain he was one of the pro-Russian officers involved in the plot to kidnap Prince Alexander of Battenberg and force his abdication in 1886, for which he was exiled by Prime Minister Stefan Stambolov. He then served for ten years in the Russian army, and only returned to Bulgaria after the fall of Stambulov. During the Serbo-Bulgarian War (1885) Dimitriev was one of the commanders of the Western Corps and participated in the successful battle of Pirot. After the war he took part in an unsuccessful coup d'état; emigrated to Romania and became a member of the club of the Emigrant Officers. Later he emigrated to Russia and served in the Russian Army. He returned to Bulgaria in 1898 and became a second in command in the 5th Danube Infantry Division. On 18 May 1900 he was promoted a Colonel and was the Head of the General Staff of the Bulgarian Army from 1904 to 1907. On 2 August 1912 Radko Dimitriev was promoted a Lieutenant General. During the First Balkan War (1912–1913) he was in command of the 3rd Army which decisively defeated the Turks at Lozengrad and Lule Burgas in Thrace. During the Second Balkan War in 1913 he replaced general Mihail Savov as deputy commander-in-chief. Later that year after the end of the war he was sent as a Minister Plenipotentiary to Saint Petersburg, Russia.

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