Don‘t Think About White Monkeys ("Не думай про белых обезьян") is a Russian social satirical tragicomedy film directed by Yuri Mamin. The screenplay was written by Yuri Mamin and Vladimir Vardunas, translated into verse by Vyacheslav Leikin.
The film has a second name: "Chaldean Face", presented in the opening titles; in contemporary Russian slang, the word "Chaldean" ("халдей") denotes a greedy lackey.
The form of the film is unusual: all dialogues are in verse accompanied by a strict musical rhythm. The creators of the film define its genre as a tragic farce.
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