Wedding Ring (Russian TV series)

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Wedding Ring
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Screensaver for the series
Directed by Dmitry Goldman
Starring
Music by Alexey Shelygin
Country of origin Russia
Original language(s) Russian
Production
Editor(s) TeleROMAN
Running time 40-50 min
Release
Original release 2008 – 2011

Wedding Ring (Russian: Обручальное кольцо) is a Russian television series filmed from 2008 to 2011. The series was awarded the TEFI-2011 in the nomination The TV feature series[1].

The Russian air Wedding ring initially showed very high ratings, for example, in the premiere week of the series became the most popular among the Russian audience with 7.3% and 22.6%.[2] However, after replacing the actors playing the main characters, the popularity of the TV series has fallen considerably.

Plot[edit]

The serial narrates about three different Russian people who have met in a train to Moscow. Nastja Lapina goes from the city Luza to help her mother Vera who is imprisoned by mistake. The girl needs to find her father, her mother's wedding ring should assist her; it was given to Vera by Academician Kovalyov (her father). Nastja must send 1000 dollars every month so that her mother does not get killed.

Together with her in the train compartment is Olja Prokhorova, she too is from a provincial small town Plinishma. Olja has seen a lot during her last 20 years and is going to Moscow for the sweet life. Having seen Nastja's wedding ring, she steals it.

Igor is a person who wants to get revenge for his parents from the same Academician Kovalyov, he is traveling from a small town of Borsk. Having seen Nastja, he and she feel romantic feelings for each other, and the heroes are still to meet each other afterwards.

Continuation[edit]

Four years pass. Nastja is married to Vitja and also raises her adopted son Sasha. It is found out that Olja has lost all her money in a casino in Turkey with a new lover and doesn't know where to get more financial resources. Olga is kicked out by lawyer Denis Evgenevich from their apartment who now lives there with his girlfriend who was his schoolmate — Tamara. Olja needs money. Soon provincial psychologist Dima gets employed in Kovalyov's fund. Nastja feels that she has fallen in love with Dima and leaves Vitja for him. But Dima turns out to be Olga's boyfriend, he and Olga plan to kill Nastja and to receive her riches, but they fail to realize their plan. Dima departs for home. Olga is pregnant from him.

About a year goes by. Olja is married to Andrey, they bring up Olja and Dima's daughter — Anja. Andrey thinks that the child is his. Olja doesn't love her husband at all, she is bothered with monotonous life and begins to search for a rich groom again. Nastja failed to manage the Fund of Academician Kovalev, the Fund has gone bankrupt and Nastja also needs money. Marina (Kovalyov's widow) can't forgive that Nastja spoiled the business of the father. Vasilisa and Vitja live together, but Vitja can't forget Nastja. And Igor, whom all have considered as dead, unexpectedly resurrects 5 years after his supposed death; his death was only a falsification. Igor has a wife, Irina, whom he has known since childhood and has two children with. Nastja and Olja, who met on the day of Igor's wake at the cemetery, again become friends and forgive each other. Nastja works cleaner in hospital and lives in a communal flat at Raisa Viktorovna's. Olja meets businessman Sergey Gavrilov, she leaves Andrey for Sergey with her daughter, Anja. She lies to Gavrilov that Nastja has died, but Gavrilov having learned that it not so, breaks up with Olga and starts to meet with Nastja. Olja comes back to Andrey. Because Vitja still has feelings for Nastja, Vasilisa rushes under a car. Raisa falls ill, but doesn't know what is the illness, as she refuses to go to the doctor.

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Criticism[edit]

Komsomolskaya Pravda in its anti-rating The worst series of 2011 put on top Wedding Ring.[3]

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