Oh, That Nastya!

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Oh, That Nastya!
Russian: Ох уж эта Настя!
Directed by Yuri Pobedonostsev
Written by Valentina Spirina
Music by Evgeniy Krylatov
Edited byA. Klebanov
Country Soviet Union

Oh, That Nastya! (Russian : Ох уж эта Настя!) is a 1971 Soviet family film directed by Yuri Pobedonostsev. [1] [2] [3]



The film tells about a schoolgirl Nastya, who constantly invents and tells something, as a result of which she quarrels with a teacher, classmates and sister. [4]


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