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This is a lovely romantic comedy which made me laugh in many scenes. I think you need to see it yourself and not read a sypnosis on it. Highly recommended.
Absolutely lo-o-o-o-ved the 'Russian' characters :))) And the ending can't leave anyone indifferent
One of the more twisted love plots I've run across. Funny and twistd.
It's hard to like a film when one doesn't really sympathize with few (if any) of the characters. I've seen worse Israeli films, but I have also seen many that are far better.
it's no surprise that this wonderful Israeli film collected so many Israeli oscars. Moments of humor are balanced by moments of pathos as the characters endure difficulties and successes, ups and downs, in their daily lives during the Gulf War.
This is awesome. It's the first film I've seen in a long time where the characters genuinely acted in the way people really do.
I just *love* this movie! Pashut ohevet! Prosto lyublu:)
Good Russian-Israeli tragicomedy with a lot of inside humor non-Israelis may have trouble to get.
Cute and fluffy. Date movie for turtlenecks.
Great characters and a story filled with joy and warmth. Life must go on even in the hardest times.