It Doesn't Hurt Me

2006 [RUSSIAN]

Drama / Romance

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IMDb Rating 6.7 10 1736

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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by kikoshaus 8 / 10

enigmatic woman, none like Tata

A very good Russian movie about Tata, an enigmatic and sensitive woman who's aware of her health will be deteriorating. The first part of this film is like Tata, full of innovative sparkling scenes and catchy eroticism. She meets Misha and Oleg, two young professionals and also good friends of each other. Tata is the main star of the sky, her personality and authenticity are both somewhat rare. Misha falls in love of Tata, inescapably. The second part of this film shows the decay of some of the fresh and new-born emotions of the beginning. Love, fear, passion, friendship, incessant need of freedom and devotion are some of the ingredients live together in this film. Tata cannot stay in one place for any reason, she's a gorgeous and smart woman who finds somebody who loves her but at the same time she unfairly cannot find the moment to remain in her happiness longer. A very memorable film highly recommended.

Reviewed by 21mhz 8 / 10

Good "independent" movie

The film is about life and love in modern urban Russia. A few young inhabitants of St.Petersburg - quick-witted and handsome designer Misha, vocabulary-challenged architect Alya, and dependable ex-airborne Oleg - start a business decorating interiors, while sharing a characteristically Piter semi-squat. Misha begins dating their customer Tata, a charming and eccentric woman who at first appears to be the pampered mistress of a wealthy man. From there, a romantic story unfolds that bears resemblance to Remarque's 'Three Comrades', where friendship, humor, love and suffering create a vivid chemistry. All the characters are distinct and for the most part likable each in their own right (except they booze all the time!). The movie presents a view on society and volatile life of young people in one of Russia's most fabulous cities.

Reviewed by Tgrain 7 / 10

Good character based view of modern Russian life

This is a Balabanov film with an independent spirit but featuring some loud names (Nikita Mikhailkov and Renata Litvinova). It also includes the talented Balabanov regular Sergei Makhovetski.

This film does a great job of portraying a slice of modern Russian life, in the more stable 2000s, when the economy had begun to normalize under Putin as opposed to the wild-wild west 90's where the Brother films were set. We have the oligarch figure in the face of Nikita Mikhailkov, we have a Russian blue beret veteran who appears to have seen action in Chechnya, and we have a team of self made entrepreneurs trying to break into the bigtime legitimately, without needing a mob cover. It's almost as if you took both of the Brother films, cut back on the violence, and slowed them down.

The casting and music is excellent, as it usually is in Balabanov's films. The minus is that this film narratively throws its balance heavily in one direction in the first half, then plays some counterbalancing catchup in the latter half to give the other characters room. To me this feels as if the movie was either not written in a balanced way or the film was edited in a lopsided manner. There is one character who disappears without any further followup, which technically passes (it introduces no gaps) but is not satisfying. The credibility of the love story is also slightly questionable.

The key attraction of it to me is the anthropological slice of life it presents, and the excellent casting of types. In that, it is more enjoyable for the characters rather than the plot which is acceptable and touching, but not the main reason to be watching.

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