|Russian: О любви|
|Directed by||Mikhail Bogin|
|Produced by||David Prober|
|Edited by||Lyudmila Butuzova|
About Love (Russian : О любви, romanized: O lyubvi) is a 1970 Soviet romantic drama film directed by Mikhail Bogin.
Thirty-year-old Galina is smart, charming and beautiful. She works as a restorer in the workshop of the Leningrad Catherine Palace and, it would seem, was created for love. But there is no real feeling and no.
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