Weather Is Good on Deribasovskaya, It Rains Again on Brighton Beach (Russian: На Дерибасовской хорошая погода, или На Брайтон-Бич опять идут дожди) is a 1992 joint Russian-American production comedy film directed by Leonid Gaidai. Its title used in the plot as a password for secret agents, and refers to Deribasovskaya Street and Brighton Beach.
The plot unfolds during the last years of the Soviet Union. The Cold War is over and the President of the United States and the General Secretary of the Soviet Union must meet for high-level diplomatic talks. However, the meeting is put at risk because of the extent of the criminal activities perpetuated by the Russian Mafia in the United States. A Mafioso named Rabinovich is even able to listen in on the phone lines between Washington and Moscow using a secret wiretap. Fedor Sokolov, a KGB agent and Mary Star, a CIA agent, must work together to take down the head of the Russian Mafia, nicknamed the "Artist" who appears in the guises of Lenin, Stalin, Brezhnev, Khrushchev, Hitler, Peter the Great, Saddam Hussein, and Othello over the course of this screwball comedy.
Dmitry Kharatyan as Fyodor Sokolov, KGB abent / sheik
Kelly McGrill as Mary Star, CIA agent
Andrey Myagkov as Artist, head of the Russian Mafia
Mikhail Kokshenov as Kravchuk, mafioso
Yuri Volyntsev as Styopa, KGB general
Emmanuil Vitorgan as Jack, CIA general
Armen Dzhigarkhanyan as Katz, mafioso
Mamuka Kikaleishvili as Tsuladze, mafioso
Yevgeni Vesnik as Monya
Natalya Krachkovskaya as Monya's Wife
Aleksandr Loye as Monya's Grandson
Leonid Kuravlyov as Mikhail Gorbachev
Vladimir Sedov as George H. W. Bush
Spartak Mishulin as Eunuch
Nikolai Parfyonov as colonel Petrenko
Serafim Strelkov as Kamikazev
Some scenes were filmed in the Trump Taj Mahal. Donald Trump is personally acknowledged in the closing credits.