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The Girls

The Girls

Jan. 01, 1961Soviet Union93 Min.PG
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One of the most popular Soviet films of the 60th, “Devchata” is a perfect example of how to make a wonderful movie in the most difficult genre of comedy/romance. “Devchata” is funny, heartwarming, charmingly naive yet involving and moving. Nadezda Rumiantseva gives a star making performance as a teenager Tosya who came to work as a cook in a logging company located in the distant Siberain village with the long and snowy winter. On her first day, she meets Ilya (Nikolai Rybnikov), the most popular and attractive guy who is equally known for his success on the working place and with the girls. Ilya makes the bet with the friends that the new cook will fall in love with him in no later than two weeks…

The Girls
The Girls
The Girls
The Girls
The Girls
The Girls
The Girls
The Girls
Original title Девчата
IMDb Rating 8.0 2,680 votes
TMDb Rating 7.5 34 votes



Nadezhda Rumyantseva isТося Кислицына
Тося Кислицына
Nikolai Rybnikov isИлья Ковригин
Илья Ковригин
Roman Filippov isВася Зайцев
Вася Зайцев
Nina Menshikova is«мама» Вера
«мама» Вера
Mikhail Pugovkin isкомендант
Viktor Baykov isКсан Ксаныч
Ксан Ксаныч

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(2) comments

  • Iouri February 25, 2020 Reply

    Hello. Some strange characters appear in the English subtitles. Is it an automatic translation? Also, where are subtitles in other languages, as mentioned here (Russian, French…)?

    • Richard Wess February 25, 2020 Reply

      Hello! First off, to switch between different subtitle languages, click on the bottom right button on the video player. You’ll find Russian, French, etc. subtitles there.

      For the English subtitles, there are actually two versions – English and English (United Kingdom). The United Kingdom version doesn’t have the characters issue. Sorry about that! I’ll look into it.

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