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Vovochka (2002)
03. Apr 2004 at 06:16
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I've got quite a lot of movies waiting to be watched and this is one of them. IMBd does not appear to have an entry for this film but it does have two other entries for a TV series of the same name, but with different actors than this movie:

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Here's a link which seems to have it for sale on DVD:

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I've made a small number of  caps from the movie,  I'll load the others to the database for a mini gallery.

Maxim Yemelyanov as Vovochka.
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Nikita Karakozov as his pal Kolia.
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Re: Vovochka (2002)
Reply #1 - 03. Apr 2004 at 09:59
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I've seen this and it's a pretty good movie.

Maxim Yemelyanov's character is sort of a Russian Dennis the Menace, a rascal whose antics never turn out the way he intends  Embarrassed

But don't you think Boboyka would've been a better title?  Cheesy

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You can get this one from Netflix  Smiley
  
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Reply #2 - 03. Apr 2004 at 11:57
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Looks interesting.

I think Vovochka is the proper English spelling of the title. It is also a more accurate representation of how the title should be pronounced, as the Russian alphabet is not the same as the English one.

Although Boboyka does sound kind of cool, because it has the word "boy" in the middle. Smiley

PS: Nice gallery, Cal.
  
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Reply #3 - 04. Apr 2004 at 08:45
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YA,
You can get this one from Netflix


Thanks Zab.Smiley  It's been a great source for me so far.  I've seen 'Abandoned' plus several others by now.
  
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Reply #4 - 04. Apr 2004 at 09:57
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I wish Netflix was available in Canada. I've tried similar services we have here, but they don't seem nearly as efficient.
  
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