Many years ago, the Russian language was very popular in Poland. Today, it has lost only a little of its importance and we still receive many documents to be translated from Polish into Russian and vice versa.
What does this mean? First of all, it means that if you run a company that has business relations with Russia, you often have to translate all sorts of documents – contracts, customs documents, attestations, certificates and much more. Perhaps some of them need to be translated by a sworn translator that you are having a hard time finding. As of today, you no longer have to worry about this.
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As a Russian translator, I highly recommend the film directed by Eldar Ryazanov and Franco Prosperi entitled “Невероятные приключения итальянцев в России” – translated from Russian into Polish reads “Unusual adventures of Italians in Russia”.
An interesting film from 1974, the action of which begins in Rome. A dying Russian émigré tells her granddaughter Olga in hospital a story about a treasure in Leningrad that she hid under a lion. The conversation is also heard by a doctor, two nurses, a patient with a broken leg and a member of the Mafia.
It then turns out that they all meet on a plane flying to Moscow to then travel to Leningrad to find the treasure – worth 9 billion. It is this huge sum of money that makes all the participants in this comedy, pursue the treasure at all costs, without the participation of the others. One of the protagonists – a doctor – spends all his time on a plane, travelling between Italy and the Soviet Union, because no one without a passport wants to let him into the country.
The other characters and the Soviet militia captain, Andrei, who joins them, are involved in many hilarious actions, and we get to enjoy first Moscow and then (to a greater extent) the charms of Leningrad, as the characters search for treasure under the lion statues in Leningrad.
I invite everyone to watch this comedy, which used to be very common on Polish television. Quite an interesting ending, but I won’t reveal that to you anymore.