Tears Were Falling Trailer

Tears Were Falling Trailer (1982)

01 January 1982 Fantasy, Drama, Comedy 89 mins

Once an evil inventor created a mirror, "in which everything that was kind and good disappeared, and everything that was bad and obscene was reflected and seemed even worse". The students of the evil professor did a lot of evil with the mirror and finally tried to get it up to heaven, but the mirror fell and shattered into millions of tiny pieces. The person in whose eye fell a piece of the mirror began to see in everything foolishness, and life for him became unbearable. This is what happened to Pavel Ivanovich, so now his life is changing drastically.

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Cast

Evgeni Leonov

as Vasin Pavel Ivanovich

Iya Savvina

as Vasin's Wife

Olga Mashnaya

as Natasha Solovyova

Aleksandra Yakovleva-Aasmyae

as Vasin's Daughter-in-Law

Boris Andreyev

as Kuzyakin's Father

Lev Perfilov

as Piano's Owner

Andrei Tolubeyev

as Bobylyov - Driver

Borislav Brondukov

as Horse's owner

International Titles

Слёзы капали Trailer

Слезы капли Trailer

International Releases Dates

Russia 01 January 1982

United States 11 November 1982

Production Companies

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