Moskva slezam ne Verit (Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears)
Moskva slezam ne Verit (Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears) (1980)

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… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: February 11, 1980
DVD Release Date: September 4, 2001
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Dennis Schwartz
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Almost unbearable, overlong and empty melodrama.

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Bruce Bruce
This is a captivating love story.. It starts with a young woman (Katya, played by Vera Alentova) reporting to her Worker's Dormitory friends that she has… More
Byron Brubaker
The English subtitled translation of the film's title is Moscow Distrusts Tears, which has a bit of a different meaning than the world-wide English title… More
Kevin M. Williams
Three friends from the sticks try their hand at life in the big city, in this case Moscow at the end of the 1950's, and the film pretty well follows their… More
Stefanie C
1980's chick flic, russian style.