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Mimino 1977 – A classic Russian Commedy from the Soviet Union Era

Wednesday, June 5th, 2013

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Mimino movie soviet commedy cover picture

Mimino (Мимино) is a nice Russian Movie from the Soviet Era directed by Georgiy Daneliva. As most of Russian Soviet Classic movies it is produced by the infamous Mosfilm and Gruziya-film. A big part of movie is played by Gruzian actors and suspectedly captured in Gruzia. Big part of the movie language is also Gruzian. The movie has been nominated with Golden Prize at 10th Moscow International Film Festival

imino (Russian: Мимино) is a 1977 comedy film by Soviet director Georgiy Daneliya produced by Mosfilm and Gruziya-film, starring Vakhtang Kikabidze and Frunzik Mkrtchyan. Anatoliy Petritskiy served as the film's Director of Photography. The Soviet era comedy won the 1977 Golden Prize at the 10th Moscow International Film Festival.


 

Мимино / Mimino – 1977 (A Russian Commedy from the Soviet Union Era )

The story plot of Mimino is like this. The main actor Mimino is operating Helicopter bringing goods between villages 🙂 Though he is a Helicopter pilot his big dream is to work in Aviation one day so he follows his dream and goes to Moscow. In hotel there he meets Armenian Truck driver Roobik Khachikyan (this interesting meeting occurs by accident since Roobik is given a wrong hotel room). The two have a multitude of adventures together in Moscow. Though Mimino never cannot identify himself with the big city, he succeeds to be a pilot of supersonic jet liner! 🙂 Consequently he rides all around the world on his supersonic jet Tupolev TU-144. After a period of homesickness finally Mimino arrives back to his hometown in Telavi in Georgia. It is curios fact that nickname of Mimino მიმინო means falcon. Enjoy the movie 🙂