Moscow on the Hudson film Product Information
Moscow on the Hudson movie was released Nov 27, 2001 by the Columbia Tristar studio. A saxophone player with the Moscow Circus defects in Bloomingdale's while on tour in New York. Moscow on the Hudson video What follows are a series of serio-comic misadventures of a man's attempt to adjust to his new life in America.
Moscow on the Hudson review Product Description
MOSCOW ON THE HUDSON is a warm and funny story about a Russian defector who sees both the good and bad aspects of his new home in New York City, finding that things are very different from what he expected. ...See Full Description
Moscow on the Hudson movie Customer Reviews
||A good one|
Moscow on the Hudson review Very amusing tale of a Russian who decides to stay in the USA. Moscow on the Hudson DVD for sale Great location filming in NY and the lovely Maria Conchita Alonso plays his girlfriend.
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Moscow on the Hudson video Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||2235828|
|DVD Encoding||Region 1|
|Release Date||Nov 27, 2001|
|Running Time||118 Minutes|
|Additional Info||Full Frame; Dubbed; Subtitled; DTS Sound|
|Movie Details||Color; Stereo Surround Sound; Dolby Noise Reduction; Digitally Mastered; Digital Sound; Stereo Sound; Full Frame; Dubbed; Subtitled; DTS Sound|
Moscow on the Hudson DVD Features
Full Frame - 1.33
(unspecified) - French
Dolby Digital 2.0 - English
Dolby Digital 4.0 - English
Subtitles - English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, Korean, Thai
Additional Release Material:
Audio Commentary: Paul Mazursky, Director
1. SLEEPLESS IN SEATTLE
2. IT COULD HAPPEN TO YOU
Robin Williams will make you laugh and cry as a freedom-loving Soviet defector in this brilliant, thought-provoking romantic comedy. Circus saxophonist Vladimir Ivanoff (Williams) suddenly defects from his touring troupe in that temple of Western decadence - Bloomingdale's. Fleeing the K.G.B., Vladimir wins asylum and moves into the crowded Harlem flat of black security guard Lionel Witherspoon (Cleavant Derricks). Soon he has found both a voluptuous Italian lover Lucia Lombardo (Maria ConchitaAlonso), and a shrewd Cuban lawyer Orlando Ramirez (Alejandro Rey). Though Vladimir learns that life in America can be cold and even painful, he grows to love this strange and wondrous new land. Director Paul Mazursky has truly transformed Vladimir's declaration of independence into a very memorable film.