Say It in Russian
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|Say It in Russian|
|Directed by||Jeff Celentano|
|Produced by||Kenneth G. Eade
Mark A. Cifelli
|Written by||Jeff Celentano
Kenneth G. Eade
|Distributed by||Dalton Pictures|
Say it in Russian is directed by Jeff Celentano, and edited by William M. Anderson and David Rawlins. It is produced by Imperia Entertainment, Inc. The motion picture was one of the first pictures ever successfully finished by a small cap company that trades its stock on the Pink Sheets. The movie has been picked up for distribution by Dalton Pictures and was released on 4 May 2009 in Carmike cinemas.
Andrew (Steven Brand) meets a young Russian girl, Daria, while on vacation in Europe and falls in love. He goes to Moscow, where he meets Daria's father (Rade Sherbedgia), a rich Russian mafia oligarch, and becomes entwined with his situation, which places them both in grave danger.
- "Say it in Russian". Official website. Retrieved 21 June 2013.
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