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“The Boy’s Word: 10 Years Later”: the new film with Kopeikin and Zulkarnaev “blew up” the network

“The Boy’s Word: 10 Years Later”: the new film with Kopeikin and Zulkarnaev “blew up” the network
“The Boy’s Word: 10 Years Later”: the new film with Kopeikin and Zulkarnaev “blew up” the network

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Even the main stars of the series Zhora Kryzhovnikov will not save the new project.

“Time for Change” has not yet been released, but is already widely compared to “The Brigade”, “The Boy’s Word”, “Black Spring” and many other projects, and not at all in favor of the new product. And such discussions only harm the series.

“The Boy’s Word: 10 Years Later”: the new film with Kopeikin and Zulkarnaev “blew up” the network

Online cinemas START and Wink.ru

Another gangster drama about the difficult 90s in Russia, of which there have been too many in recent decades – this is how the project of Sergei Taramaev and Lyubov Lvova will be perceived, fans of the series are sure, noting that the creators of the show that they have dug a hole for themselves.

For example, the announcement states that ‘Time for Change’ will raise exactly the same questions as one of the directors’ previous series.

“This is not the first time that directors have dealt with complex issues of honor, the search for justice and youthful maximalism – it was these themes, sincerely and unexpectedly revealed in Black Spring, that gave the series about a dueling club the attention and love of the audience .”

Commentators on the Internet suggest that in terms of morality they will get the same ‘Spring’, but with a slightly different sauce, and therefore ‘Time for Change’ already seems secondary.

Questions also arise about the choice of era, because there are many TV series and films about the 90s, and also about the 80s.

“We didn’t have any other eras, did we? Well, it’s zero. Or 2007! Nothing interesting happened at all?”, “The boy’s word: 10 years later”, “The directors seem to be stuck in time”, people are outraged on the Internet.

But there are virtually no complaints about another high-profile announcement: Russia’s answer to “House of the Dragon” with a star cast and an unusual plot.

Source: Popcorn News

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