Everything Will Be Fine!

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Everything Will Be Fine!
Everything Will Be Fine!.jpg
Directed by Dmitry Astrakhan
Produced by Igor Kalyonov
Andrey Razumovsky
Yuri Romanenko
Written by Oleg Danilov
Starring Anatoly Zhuravlyov
Olga Ponizova
Mikhail Ulyanov
Music by Alexander Pantykin
Cinematography Yuri Vorontsov
Edited by Nina Dushenkova
Production
company
Nikola-film
Fora-film
Lenfilm
Release date
April 13, 1996 (1996-04-13)
Running time
100 min
Country Russia
Language Russian

Everything Will Be Fine! (Russian: Всё будет хорошо!, translit. Vsyo budet khorosho!) is a 1995 comedy film directed by Dmitry Astrakhan.[1]

Plot[edit]

Quiet and measured life in an old residence of a provincial town are waiting for fun change in the lives of the main characters of the film Oli Petit and Kolya and hostel residents. It all starts with the return of the Army Nikolay; he prepares for his wedding to wait for Olga. At the same time, the city comes to businessman Konstantin Smirnov, who once lived in this hostel. Naturally, he can not visit his first love (Kolya's mama). Konstantin's son, Pyotr, a young genius, winner of the Nobel Prize, the bride falls in love with Nikolay and meets reciprocal feelings. Ole excruciatingly difficult given the choice in favor of the groom. Pyotr after marrying Olga and Nicholas arrives at the celebration with a view to wish happiness to young and went along with the bride. Olga and Pyotr live happily abroad, and Nick finds a job at the plant.

Cast[edit]

  • Anatoly Zhuravlyov as Kolya Orlov
  • Olga Ponizova as Olga
  • Mark Goronok as Pyotr Smirnov
  • Alexander Zbruev as Konstantin Petrovich Smirnov
  • Valentin Bukin asSemyon Petrovich, Olya's father
  • Mikhail Ulyanov as Grandpa
  • Valentina Panina as Natasha
  • Irina Mazurkevich as Aunt Katya, Kolya's mother
  • Andrey Fedortsov as Kolya's friend
  • Arthur Vakha as administrator
  • Valery Kravchenko as Andrey Samsonov
  • Dmitry Astrakhan as mathematician

Awards[edit]

  • 1995 — Grand Prix Love is Folly (Varna)[2]
  • 1995 — Kinotavr — Nomination: Greater Grand Prix competition[3]

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