|Directed by||Pavel Lungin|
|Produced by||Mark Gekht
|Written by||Pavel Lungin|
|Edited by||Elisabeth Guido|
Taxi Blues (Russian: Такси-блюз, translit. Taksi-Blyuz) is a 1990 Soviet drama film directed by Pavel Lungin. It was entered into the 1990 Cannes Film Festival where Lungin won the award for Best Director.
Shlykov, a hard-working taxi driver and Lyosha, a saxophonist, develop a bizarre love-hate relationship, and despite their prejudices, realize they aren't so different after all.
- Pyotr Mamonov as Lyosha
- Pyotr Zaychenko as Shlykov
- Vladimir Kashpur as Old Nechiporenko
- Natalya Kolyakanova as Christina
- Hal Singer as Himself
- Yelena Safonova as Nina, Liocha's Wife
- Sergei Gazarov as Administrator
- Yevgeni Gerchakov as Bald Musician in the Taxi
- Dmitri Prigov as Writer Typing in the Train
- Igor Zolotovitsky as Petyunchik
- Valeri Khlevinsky as Fat Kolya
- Yelena Stepanova as Smart Young Girl
- Vladimir Sterzhakov as Musician in the Taxi
- Konstantin Afonsky as Long-Haired Mechanic
- Aleksandr Buyanov as Passenger with Newspaper
- Lidiya Yezhevskaya as 'Mousy' Valya
- "Festival de Cannes: Taxi Blues". festival-cannes.com. Retrieved 2009-08-06.
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