Vlyublyon po sobstvennomu zhelaniyu
|Vlyublyon po sobstvennomu zhelaniyu|
|Directed by||Sergey Mikaelyan|
|Written by||Sergei Mikaelyan
|Edited by||I. Golovko|
Vlyublyon po sobstvennomu zhelaniyu (Russian: Влюблён по собственному желанию) is a 1983 Soviet comedy film directed by Sergey Mikaelyan. It was entered into the 33rd Berlin International Film Festival, where Yevgeniya Glushenko won the Silver Bear for Best Actress.
A handsome sportsman Igor Bragin and a plain but brainy librarian Vera Silkova make an unusual agreement: to fall in love with each other through will alone. In the background is late Soviet reality with a few of its unattractive features – ambition ridden careerists, black market, drunkenness, growing skepticism and disillusionment with ideals.
- Oleg Yankovskiy as Igor
- Yevgeniya Glushenko as Vera
- Vsevolod Shilovsky as Nikolai
- Irina Reznikova as Natasha
- Yuri Dubrovin as Petrushkin
- Vladimir Belousov as Gena
- Yu. Kopich as Michail Petrovich
- Kira Krejlis-Petrova
- Ivan Ufimtsev
- Svetlana Shershneva
- Natalya Yegorova
- Sergei Losev
- "Berlinale: 1983 Prize Winners". berlinale.de. Retrieved 2010-11-20.
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