Hi, guys! I've seen this movie twice. and my own opinion it's comprehensive and complex film. Each person fits into themselves a bit of truth about our life. someone may say - there are a lot of films with the same purpose.yes, that's right, but Mikhalkov can bring its to bottom of our soul and conscience. Old jew said: So, i have very many lacks but i have one small dignity - it's speculating about. And i value its very much. I liked it. Other thing that i liked of course was the playing of Garmash. The really position of afairs dawned on him while he heard about woman in the Nikolay's life. Suddenly his atrocity and odium to "fucking dirty Chechens cur" was dissipated because he realized his dumb prejudice. And it's realy bother me much, cuz a plenty of young people has so much insensate cruelty that's.
Another person, it's of course Alexei Gorbunov.excellent actor. And it's nothing to say else.When he told them about his girlfriend i burst out laughing from his heat words like "It's ought to fuck her every 30 minutes" with. His conversation about school and funerals airs pituful reality. School which was erected for 800 km away from Moscow. But.. as was said: With good way expectancies are paved road to hell. I think that it's impossible to do good making evil to other. The words of Mikhalkov are: "Russian officer can't be former" got me into great resent cuz people (i mean in general, for someone persons) even had no notions about what the russian officer was in the XIX age and about what was the honour in general. But it's on my mind.
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Hi, guys! I've seen this movie twice. and my own opinion it's comprehensive and complex film. Each person fits into themselves a bit of truth about our life. someone may say - there are a lot of films with the same purpose.yes, that's right, but Mikhalkov can bring its to bottom of our soul and conscience. Old jew said: So, i have very many lacks but i have one small dignity - it's speculating about. And i value its very much. I liked it. Other thing that i liked of course was the playing of Garmash. The really position of afairs dawned on him while he heard about woman in the Nikolay's life. Suddenly his atrocity and odium to "*** dirty Chechens cur" was dissipated because he realized his dumb prejudice. And it's realy bother me much, cuz a plenty of young people has so much insensate cruelty that's.
Another person, it's of course Alexei Gorbunov.excellent actor. And it's nothing to say else.When he told them about his girlfriend i burst out laughing from his heat words like "It's ought to *** her every 30 minutes" with. His conversation about school and funerals airs pituful reality. School which was erected for 800 km away from Moscow. But.. as was said: With good way expectancies are paved road to hell. I think that it's impossible to do good making evil to other. The words of Mikhalkov are: "Russian officer can't be former" got me into great resent cuz people (i mean in general, for someone persons) even had no notions about what the russian officer was in the XIX age and about what was the honour in general. But it's on my mind.
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I've seen this movie twice and it astonish me a lot. Each person fits into themselves a bit of truth about environment. Although there are a plenty of films with the same scenario but Mikhalkov can get the main purpose into a deep of our souls. .Old jew (what's wrong with? Must I change this suggestion?) said that he had very many disadvantages except one small quality - becoming thoughtful. Also he said he valued it a lot. Another point was the playing of Garmash.Really position of affairs dawned on him when he heard about in the Nikolay's life. Suddenly his atrocity and aversion (you think that synonym would be better?) to "*** dirty Chechen cur" was dissipated and he obviously realized his dumb prejudices. And it's really bother me much, because a plenty of young people have so much insensate cruelty. Another person I want to emphasize is Alexei Gorbunov. The perfect actor. And there is no need to say something else.When he told them about his girlfriend I burst out laughing from his words like "It ought to *** her every 30 minutes". His conversation about school and funerals reveals pitiful reality. The school which was erected in a 800 km away from Moscow. But as was said: With good intentions are paved roads to hell .(attempt to make an idiom) I think that it's impossible to do good with doing evil at the same time. The words of Mikhalkov are: "Russian officer cannot be former"(i don't know how to correct it because it was said in the film. i try to say that it's resents people who served in the Army and the notion of the officer cannot be separated from the them during the whole life. "former" a want to use as adjective seems that idea) It hurts me a lot when some kind of people who even have no notions about what the russian (what's wrong with it?) officer was in the 19 century and what was honour in general.

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I've seen this movie twice and it astonish me a lot. Each person fits into themselves a bit of truth about environment. Although there are a plenty of films with the same scenario but Mikhalkov can get the main purpose into a deep of our souls. .Old jew (No article and Jew should be capitalized) said that he had very many disadvantages except one small quality - becoming thoughtful. Also he said he valued it a lot. Another point was the playing of Garmash.Really position of affairs dawned on him when he heard about in the Nikolay's life. Suddenly his atrocity and aversion (you think that synonym would be better?--Yes) to "*** dirty Chechen cur" was dissipated and he obviously realized his dumb prejudices. And it's really bother me much, because a plenty of young people have so much insensate cruelty. Another person I want to emphasize is Alexei Gorbunov. The perfect actor. And there is no need to say something else.When he told them about his girlfriend I burst out laughing from his words like "It ought to *** her every 30 minutes". His conversation about school and funerals reveals pitiful reality. The school which was erected in a 800 km away from Moscow. But as was said: With good intentions are paved roads to hell .(attempt to make an idiom--'The road to hell is paved with good intentions') I think that it's impossible to do good with doing evil at the same time. The words of Mikhalkov are: "Russian officer cannot be former"(i don't know how to correct it because it was said in the film. i try to say that it's resents people who served in the Army and the notion of the officer cannot be separated from the them during the whole life. "former" a want to use as adjective seems that idea-- It doesn't work; try 'A Russian officer cannot escape his past.) It hurts me a lot when some kind of people who even have no notions about what the russian (what's wrong with it?-- capital R) officer was in the 19 century and what was honour in general.
I've seen this movie twice and it astonishes me a lot. Each person fits into themselves a bit of truth . Although there are many of films with the same scenario however Mikhalkov can gets the main purpose into a deep of (i have no idea what use instead of this) our souls.An Old Jew said that he had very many drawbacks except one small quality - becoming thoughtful. Also he said he valued it a lot. Another point was the playing of Garmash.Suddenly he realized he was all abroad when he heard about Nikolay's life . Suddenly his atrocity and aversion to "*** dirty Chechen cur" were dissipated and he obviously realized his dumb prejudices. And it would really bother me much, because many of young people becomes so cruel. Another person I want to emphasize is Alexei Gorbunov. The perfect actor. And there is no need to say something else. (is it grammaticaly incorrect or this construction is abortive?) When he told them about his girlfriend I burst out laughing from his words as "It ought to *** her every 30 minutes". His conversation about school and funerals reveals pitiful reality. The school was erected far away from Moscow. But as was said: "The road to hell is paved with good intentions". I think that it's impossible to do good and bad at the same time. The words of Mikhalkov are: "A Russian officer cannot escape his past". It hurts me a lot when some persons who have even no notions about what the Russian officer was in the nineteenth century and what was honour in general.
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I've seen this movie twice and it astonishes me a lot. Each person fits into themselves a bit of truth . Although there are many of films with the same scenario however Mikhalkov can gets (wrong verb) the main purpose into a deep of (i have no idea what use instead of this-- perhaps 'deeply into') our souls. An Old Jew said that he had very many drawbacks except one small quality - becoming thoughtful. Also he said he valued it a lot.(this should idea should be a subordinate clause of the previous sentence) Another point was the playing of Garmash. Suddenly he realized he was all abroad when he heard about Nikolay's life . Suddenly his atrocity and aversion to "*** dirty Chechen cur" were dissipated and he obviously realized his dumb prejudices. And it would really bother me much, because many of young people becomes so cruel. Another person I want to emphasize is Alexei Gorbunov. The perfect actor. And there is no need to say something else. (is it grammaticaly incorrect or this construction is abortive?-- Yes; you have a sentence fragment. Combine the two pieces of the idea) When he told them about his girlfriend I burst out laughing from his words as "It ought to *** her every 30 minutes". His conversation about school and funerals reveals pitiful reality. The school was erected far away from Moscow. But as was said: "The road to hell is paved with good intentions". I think that it's impossible to do good and bad at the same time. The words of Mikhalkov are: "A Russian officer cannot escape his past". It hurts me a lot when some persons who have even no notions about what the Russian officer was in the nineteenth century and what was honour in general.
I've seen this movie twice and it astonishes me a lot. Each person fits into themselves a bit of truth . There were many films with the same scenario but Mikhalkov can brings ( the main purpose deeply into our souls. An old Jew said that he had very many drawbacks except one small quality - becoming thoughtful, he said he valued it a lot . Another point was the playing of Garmash. Suddenly he realized he was deeply mistaken when he heard about Nikolay's life . Suddenly his atrocity and aversion to "*** dirty Chechen cur" were dissipated and he obviously realized his dumb prejudices. And it would really bother me much, because young men tend to become so cruel. Another person I want to emphasize is Alexei Gorbunov. The perfect actor and there is no need to say something else. When he told them about his girlfriend I burst out laughing from his words: "It ought to *** her every 30 minutes". His conversation about school and funerals reveals pitiful reality. The school was erected far away from Moscow. But as was said: "The road to hell is paved with good intentions". I think that it's impossible to do good and bad at the same time. The words of Mikhalkov are: "A Russian officer cannot escape his past". It hurts me a lot when someone who even have no notions about what the Russian officer was in the nineteenth century and what was honour in general.

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I've seen this movie twice and it astonishes me a lot. Each person fits into themselves a bit of truth . There were many films with the same scenario but Mikhalkov can brings ( the main purpose deeply into our souls. An old Jew said that he had very many drawbacks except one small quality - becoming thoughtful; he said he valued it a lot . Another point was the playing of Garmash. Suddenly he realized he was deeply mistaken when he heard about Nikolay's life . Suddenly his atrocity and aversion to "*** dirty Chechen cur" were dissipated and he obviously realized his dumb prejudices. And it would really bother me much, (Where did this clause come from?) because young men tend to become so cruel. Another person I want to emphasize is Alexei Gorbunov. The perfect actor and there is no need to say something else.(This is still a sentence fragment) When he told them about his girlfriend I burst out laughing from his words: "It ought to *** her every 30 minutes". His conversation about school and funerals reveals pitiful reality. The school was erected far away from Moscow. But as was said: "The road to hell is paved with good intentions". I think that it's impossible to do good and bad at the same time. The words of Mikhalkov are: "A Russian officer cannot escape his past". It hurts me a lot when someone who even have no notions about what the Russian officer was in the nineteenth century and what was honour in general.(This clause [starting with 'when'] has no verb.)
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