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Cult film – Ironically.

The year 2015 has begun, and in keeping with a long-standing tradition dating back to the days of the Soviet Union, on 31 December it was possible to watch an over-the-top 1975 Soviet comedy on Russian television – “Ирония судьбы, или С лёгким паром!” translated from Russian into Polish as “The Irony of Fate”. Another wonderful film directed by Eldar Ryazanov and starring Andrei Myagkov as Zenya Lukashin (known for many other Soviet comedies) and Polish actress Barbara Brylska as Nadia Shevelova. The film begins with a meeting in a bathhouse, lavishly filled with alcohol. Men’s meetings, so you know – alcohol is flowing. After the meeting, colleagues mistakenly put the drunken Zhenia on a plane to Leningrad (now St Petersburg). On leaving the plane on arrival, Zenya thinks he is still in Moscow, taking a taxi to what he thinks is his home – as it turns out there is the same street, the same house and flat in Leningrad. However, it turns out that supposedly in his flat, there is another tenant – Nadia Shevelova. And from that moment the hilarious stories begin, which cause the break-up of Nadia’s relationship with her previous life partner Ippolit. You are cordially invited to watch this film.


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