Moskva slezam ne Verit (Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears)
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Moskva slezam ne Verit (Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears)
Moscow of the late '50s is the initial setting for this movie of three young girls out for love -- the upwardly mobile Lyuda (Irina Muravyova), the secure Tonya (Raisa Ryazanova) and the head-over-heels Katya (Vera Alentova). The film re-engages the trio 20 years later, focusing on their varied life changes. Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears received the Oscar for Best Foreign Film in 1980. ~ John Bush, Rovi

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"Almost unbearable, overlong and empty melodrama."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews