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Malenkiy gigant bolshogo seksa, Movie, 1992 IMDB

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  • A Small Giant of Big Sex

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Gamer DE

2017-09-07 11:50

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On kino-teatr the year is given as 1992 and the premiere was in February 1993. From my understanding it was produced in 1992 and came out in early 1993?

Alexander_097 RU

2017-09-07 12:03

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Gamer wrote produced in 1992

The filming is started in 1991 by info on Wikipedia.

Gamer wrote came out in early 1993

Looks like it.

Gamer DE

2017-09-07 12:08

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Darn it. I'm in a phase of collecting 1992-97 Russian films (around 1998 seems to be the time the 1993+ series of plates became more common, and for me that's where the post-Soviet era ends) and am trying to avoid the 1991/92 ones that were filmed in the USSR, but released in Russia.

Hence why I don't do any Russian films from 1991.

-- Last edit: 2017-09-07 12:17:19

Gamer DE

2017-09-07 18:43

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This sign definitely doesn't look out of place :lol:
[Image: uollstrit.jpg]

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janek PL

2017-09-08 17:08

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Gamer wrote This sign definitely doesn't look out of place :lol:
[Image: uollstrit.jpg]

"Wall street" written in Cyrillic on it.

Gamer DE

2017-09-08 17:10

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I know that too, but the least they could do is write it in English!

Transliteration: "Uoll Strit"

3loader RU

2017-09-08 19:15

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Gamer wrote I know that too, but the least they could do is write it in English!

Transliteration: "Uoll Strit"


What did you expect from 90's postsoviet comedy? They was full of absurd, and thats probably some kind of joke.

Nightrider RU

2017-09-08 19:47

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Gamer wrote am trying to avoid the 1991/92 ones that were filmed in the USSR, but released in Russia.



Why?

Gamer DE

2017-09-08 21:08

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Because I can't be sure if they were filmed in the RSFSR or already in the Russian Federation. I like post-Soviet movies over Soviet ones, but the vehicles shouldn't have too many 1993+ plates, or the movie is clearly from the "modern era" when the post-Soviet times were overcome.

-- Last edit: 2017-09-08 21:11:01

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