Let's Get Divorced
Russia, 2019, 95 min, 16+
director Anna Parmas
script Anna Parmas, Maria Shulgina, Elizaveta Tikhonova
director of photography Levan Kapanadze
music Igor Vdovin
producers Sergey Selyanov, Natalia Drozd, Konstantin Ernst
cast Anna Mikhalkova, Anton Filipenko, Svetlana Kamynina, Maxim Lagashkin, Fyodor Lavrov, Anna Rytsareva, Sergey Rost, Daria Rumyantseva, Maya Skorodumova, Matev Shestipalov, Olga Albanova, Tatyana Malkova, Alexey Vedernikov, Vitaly Daushev, Lyudmila Knyazeva
The heroine of the film is a gynaecologist, who was left by her husband. When a man leaves a woman he doesn't only take a toothbrush and a shaver with him. He takes also all the expectations for the future. Surely, it would be nobler to let the husband go to the other one and give him back all the promises. But strong women are used to fighting for their joy. She starts a desperate battle for her faithless husband Misha. She is not ready to give up with him and let him go to the fitness trainer Oksana. However, the forces are uneven. Masha is way over 30, while Oksana is in her early twenties. On the other hand, Masha has the benefit of experience and two young kids. In such a situation she is ready to do her best and try any method, including the help of the mystical powers. And young Oksana bases on her feelings only. As well as on her beautiful body, gorgeous hair and indefatigable mettle. Who would win and take the main prize? And what happens, when the dream of one of them comes true?

Introduction by Anna Parmas
Anna Parmas began her career as an AD at Lenfilm but moved to television. In 2004-2007 she worked for various network as a director. She wrote and directed TV show Tender Winter for Belarusfilm. In 2007 she co-wrote Avdotya Smirnova's Kokoko and Two Days, and also made her acting debut. In 2012 she wrote Golden Key, a play for Warm Home foundation's charity initiative. In 2015 she directed several music videos for Leningrad, including the viral successes Exhibit, Drinking in Peter and others. In 2016 she directed Girls, a segment of the omnibus Petersburg. A Selfie.

Anna Parmas