Ivan Vasilevich menyaet professiyu (Ivan Vasilyevich Changes Occupation)

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Year:
1973
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MOSFILM:

AN ExPERIMENTAL ARTISTIC

ASSOCIATION PRESENTS

A NON-SCIENCE-FICTION,

NOT QUITE REALISTIC

AND NOT STRICTLY HISTORICAL

FILM:

BASED ON M. BULGAKOV'S PLAY

''IVAN VASSILYEVICH''

IVAN VASSILYEVICH

CHANGES OCCUPATION

Written by

V. BAKHNOV, L. GAIDAI

Directed by

L. GAIDAI

Directors of Photography

S. POLUYANOV, V. ABRAMOV

Production Designer

Ye. KUMANKOV

Music by

A. ZATSEPIN

Starring

YURI YAKOVLEV:

LEONID KURAVLYOV

ALExANDER DEMYANENKO

SAVELY KRAMAROV:

NATALYA SELEZNYOVA

NATALYA BELOGORTSEVA-KRACHKOVSKAYA

NATALYA KUSTINSKAYA

VLADIMIR ETUSH:

MIKHAIL PUGOVKIN

SERGEY FILIPPOV, and others

Long Iive Tsar Boris Fyodorovich!

Long Iive our father, our tsar!

GIory!

Damn!

Hey, what's the matter?

No eIectricity again!

It's outrageous!

Timofeyev has burned the fuses again!

- Comrade Timofeyev, when wiII it end?

- I'm finishing.

When wiII be the end

of your experiments

which Ieave our whoIe buiIding

without eIectricity?

There you go.

Ivan VassiIyevich, if you knew

what an important invention

I'm working on, you wouIdn't have

said that.

Experiments with eIectricity

shouId be done at your office,

and at home eIectricity must be used

onIy for peacefuI, domestic purposes!

How many times did I teII you...

I'm on Ieave, so I work at home.

And anyway, my experiments are safe.

As the pubIic representative,

I demand that you stop it!

Today you've burned the fuses,

tomorrow you'II burn the house!

STUPID:

And what is this?

You see?

That's the resuIt. Pah!

I'II need to raise the voItage.

Dangerous! Of course, it's dangerous,

but, as they say, nothing ventured...

Your onIy Iove

is not so easiIy found.

Our pIanet's turning,

round and round.

The pIanet's fIying

in everyday beat.

It's very hard

to faII in Iove on it.

A winter bIizzard is raging,

And thunderstorms are bIazing,

And stars in the sky are racing,

and cities din in the rain.

And peopIe don't see each other,

They just pass by each other,

They aIways Iose each other,

Never to find again.

But there's somewhere

my onIy Iove,

My unforgettabIe,

My true big Iove.

I Iook for it,

But in everyday beat

It's hard for us to meet.

A winter bIizzard is raging,

And thunderstorms are bIazing,

And stars in the sky are racing,

And cities din in the rain.

And peopIe don't see each other,

They just pass by each other,

They aIways Iose each other,

Never to find again.

Never to find again.

I can imagine what's going to happen!

I hope we can avoid a scandaI!

Those scandaIs are so tiresome.

I was divorced three times.

Yes, that's right, three times.

Zyuzin doesn't count.

I've never been as nervous as today.

WeII, I'm going to do it!

Oh, Shurik!

Your apparatus is going to kiII you!

My apparatus, Zinochka, wiII make me

famous. And you, too.

ReaIIy?

I'm sorry to bother you,

but I have terribIe news for you.

My gIoves have been stoIen from me

today.

And I feII in Iove with another man.

Do you understand, Shurik?

- Yes, your gIoves. What about them?

- Forget the gIoves. I Iove another man.

WeII, it's done!

OnIy, pIease, no objections,

and don't make scenes!

What?

Are you asking who is the man?

You probabIy think it's MoIchanovsky?

No, you're wrong.

Zupperman?

Wrong again.

AII right!

Let's not beat about the bushes.

He is... fiIm director Yakin.

WeII, weII, weII.

It's strange though. It happens

for the first time in my Iife.

The man is toId that his wife is

Ieaving him, and he says, weII, weII.

At the very Ieast, it's impoIite.

You mean that taII, bIond man?

UnbeIievabIe! To show so IittIe

interest in his own wife!

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