17-year-old film student Sonya Chizhik is a romantic. But life as a young woman in modern Moscow is enough to test even the most optimistic of souls. When he gets wind of his daughter’s predicament, Sonya’s roguish father (an uproarious turn from Aleksandr Robak) arrives in town to set things straight – soon followed by her police chief mother. As the combination of family madness and romantic angst grows ever more out of hand, young love may be the only thing that can rescue our heroine… A charming, knowing romantic comedy from Slava Ross that pokes gentle fun at generational divides and the pitfalls of digital age.
Please share your location to continue.
Check our help guide for more info.