GenreComedy Duration Music directorMaksim Golovin CountryRussia
WriterViktor Shamirov (screenplay) Release date2006 Initial releaseNovember 23, 2006 (Russia) CastMarat Basharov (Mister), Yuriy Kutsenko (Ay-Yay), Vladislav Galkin (Chornyy), Aleksey Gorbunov (Барон), Evklid Kyurdzidis (Киса Кацман), Irina Novak (Алина) Similar moviesGosha Kutsenko and Konstantin Yushkevich appear in Dikari and The Game Of Truth
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Savages (Russian: Дикари, Dikari) is a 2006 Russian "people's comedy" in the line with the infamous Peculiarities of National Hunting.
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The opening sequence has Tinto Brass licking his lips, as the camera follows a pair of youths along a secluded beach strewn with lovemaking couples and naked girls. The south depicted here is heavily clouded by nostalgia: It is the paradise of a middle-age man remembering his youth, which was peopled by quirky friends and bare-breasted women, and free of any old people.
Yuriy "Gosha" Kutsenko leads a cast of mostly young but already very popular actors, most of whom are clad in cargo shorts or camouflage gear. Kutsenko plays Aye-Aye, who comes to the Crimea every summer to meet old friends in the hope that it will return his lust for life. Lots of things happen on the beach, from wild love to tender friendship. The movie is funny, romantic, and nostalgic. The beach way.