The comedy film tells the story of a young rapper Ilya, who struggles with all his might for his place in the sun.
The guy grew up without parents - he had one photo from his mother, and he does not want to communicate with his father.
Ilya is used to getting his own way and lives by the principle: "I came, I saw, I conquered."
One day, fate teaches him a lesson, and the hero arrives in a taxi not at the expected destination, but straight into the past - to 1993.
There, Ilya meets his parents and gets into a series of dangerous adventures.
The rapper has only three days to change the fate of the entire family.
It depends on Ilya whether he will be born in the future or not.
The film has a stellar cast.
The main role was played by Oleg Gaas, known for the TV series "Trigger" and the film "Shadow.
Together with him, Dmitry Vlaskin (“The Great Game”, “Sky”), Fedor Dobronravov (“Matchmakers”, “Cheburashka”), Margarita Abroskina (“Policeman from Rublyovka. We will find you”, “Rugby”), Ivan Okhlobystin (“Interns”, “Kholop”), Olesya Zheleznyak (“Casanova”) and Gosha Kutsenko (“Insomnia”, “House Arrest”).
The film was shot by director and actor Alexander Kovtunets.
In the film, he appears as one of the bandits.
Previously, the director worked on short films.
The comedy "Free Relations" became the debut full meter in the career of director Dmitry Nevzorov.
This is a picture of a couple who realized that in order to be happy, they need to reconsider their relationship in marriage and give each other a little space.
In the center of the plot is the freedom-loving Ilona and the conservative Artyom.
They met in a St. Petersburg bar and, not without the help of alcohol, ended up in the same bed.
In the morning, the heroes said goodbye, thinking that they would never see each other again.
But fate decides otherwise: Ilona finds out that she is pregnant, informs Artyom, and they decide to get married for the well-being of their future son.
After seven years of marriage, the couple can hardly be called happy, the idyll of living together was killed by the hardships of everyday life.
Divorce for spouses is not a way out of the situation.
Instead, they decide to rethink marriage and try to be in an open relationship.
According to the director, he has long dreamed of making something kind, family, similar to the well-known film "Office Romance" - "a subtle movie about people's feelings, about fate, characters and tell it not through action, but through emotions."
The roles in the tape were played by Aglaya Tarasova, Nikolai Fomenko, Boris Dergachev, Anna Glaube, Ilya Sobolev and other actors.
"Meet the Parents" (Maybe I Do)
After working together on the film A Couple for the Holidays, actors Luke Bracey and Emma Roberts will reappear on the screen together in the comedy melodrama Meet the Parents - again about relationships and holidays.
Michelle (Emma Roberts) really wants to marry her boyfriend Allen (Bracey), so after a ridiculous incident at a friend's wedding, she gives the guy an ultimatum: decide in a day where their relationship is heading: down the aisle or into oblivion.
Moreover, the couple at this time are just having a family dinner to introduce their parents and understand whether they themselves need to tie the knot.
But things don't go as planned.
It turns out that Michelle's parents - Howard (Richard Gere) and Grace (Diane Keaton) - already know, in a sense, Allen's father and mother, Sam (William H. Macy) and Monica (Susan Sarandon), or more specifically, Howard is secretly dating Monica, while Grace is in a romantic relationship with Sam.
The film was written, directed and co-produced by Michael Jacobs.
It is known that he shot the film based on his own comedy production called Cheaters (“Scammers”), which was released on Broadway in the 1970s.
"More than never" (Plus que jamais)
The plot of Emily Atef's drama focuses on Helen and Mathieu, who have been happily living together for many years.
But their relationship is tested when Helen is diagnosed with a terminal lung disease.
All plans for the life of the couple have to be shelved.
Mathieu believes in the best and hopes that Helen will survive.
However, the heroine feels her strength leaving her every day, and it seems that the only one who understands her is a new pen pal.
One day, she makes a firm decision - to leave for Norway all alone in order to find peace of mind.
Thus, the love of Mathieu and Helen will be tested for strength.
The main roles were played by Vicky Krips ("Phantom Thread", "Corsage") and Gaspard Ulliel ("Paris, I love you", "It's only the end of the world").
This is the last film with the participation of the actor - in January 2022, at the age of 37, Ulliel died.
The tape was first shown at the Cannes Film Festival in the Un Certain Regard program.
The Brotherhood of the Four L's (La guerre des Lulus)
The action of the French drama takes place in August 1914.
While the German army is fortifying its positions in northern France, four friends - Luca, Ludwig, Lucien and Luigi - escape from the shelter during an emergency evacuation in search of a better life.
On the way, they meet the girl Lucy, separated from her parents.
Together they decide to get to neutral Switzerland by all means.
So the heroes are drawn into adventures for which they were not ready.
The script was based on the plot of the comic book.
In total, eight comics have been released in the series about the adventures of four friends from the shelter to date, the first of which was released in 2013 and became the basis for the Brotherhood of the Four "L".
The last comic book volume was published in October 2022.