Film

What Men Talk About 2

Release date: 22 February 2018

Format: Feature film

Genre: Comedy

Director: Fluza Farkhshatova

Writer: Sergey Petreikov, Leonid Barats, Rostislav Khait

Director of photography: Antoine Vivas-Denisov

Production designer: Eduard Gizatulin

Soundtrack: Bi-2

Producer: Sergey Selyanov, Leonid Barats, Rostislav Khait, Sergey Petreikov

Production: Russia

Production Companies: CTB Film Company, "Strela" Film Studio

Distributor: Nashe Kino

Actors: Leonid Barats, Rostislav Khait, Kamil Larin, Alexander Demidov, Alexey Barabash, Elena Podkaminskaya, Tatiana Dogileva, Leonid Kanevsky, Mikhail Prokhorov, Kristina Babushkina, Anastasia Karaulova

Colour: Colour

This time Lesha, Slava, Sasha, and Kamil take a train trip to St. Petersburg. And three of them are not even sure why. Soon, however, they realize that’s not important. What’s important is that they’re on a journey together. True, they leave a ton of problems back home, but isn’t it great you can forget about them . . . at least until Monday? Another snag is that they missed the high-speed train and had to take a regular one. On the other hand, this was unusual and the compartment is cozy. A mild alcoholic beverage early in the morning is also unusual, but boy does it feel good! It sure boosts your courage. In just one day, the protagonists manage to fight Germans, bury uncle Boris, express compassion for Mikhail Prokhorov, sing a theme song from a favorite cartoon, remember the word arboretum out of the blue, find themselves in full agreement with a conductor from the Adler-Mumansk train who thinks Messi is better than Ronaldo, and learn the best way to love money so it loves you back.

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Photos: Daria Shumakova

Photos: Svetlana Malikova

Film Shoot

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What Men Talk About 2

This time Lesha, Slava, Sasha, and Kamil take a train trip to St. Petersburg. And three of them are not even sure why. Soon, however, they realize that’s not important. What’s important is that they’re on a journey together. True, they leave a ton of problems back home, but isn’t it great you can forget about them . . . at least until Monday? Another snag is that they missed the high-speed train and had to take a regular one. On the other hand, this was unusual and the compartment is cozy. A mild alcoholic beverage early in the morning is also unusual, but boy does it feel good! It sure boosts your courage. In just one day, the protagonists manage to fight Germans, bury uncle Boris, express compassion for Mikhail Prokhorov, sing a theme song from a favorite cartoon, remember the word arboretum out of the blue, find themselves in full agreement with a conductor from the Adler-Mumansk train who thinks Messi is better than Ronaldo, and learn the best way to love money so it loves you back.

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