It Doesn’t Hurt Me

It Doesn't Hurt Me

Tata is a bored and beautiful young woman with nothing to do. Everything changes when she meets Misha, a young designer who with his friends Alya and Oleg offers her their interior design services. They are young, full of strength, energy and talent. In short, they have everything…except money. Tata helps them find interesting work and rich clients, while Misha falls in love with Tata and slowly helps her regain her love of life. But Tata is hiding something that will inevitably affect their future.

Aleksey Balabanov - Biography
Director-screenwriter-producer Aleksey Balabanov was born in Sverdlovsk in 1959. In 1981 he graduated from the Foreign Languages College of Gorky, and in 1990 from the experimental Director’s Cinema course of the Higher Courses for Scriptwriters and Directors. He made two documentaries before making his narrative feature debut in 1991. With Sergey Selianov and Vasily Grigoriev in 1992 he founded the CTV production company, through which he has made all of his films. Already well known at home for the crime movies Brother (for which he won the Crystal Globe at Karlovy Vary and the Fipresci Prize at the Turin Film Festival in 1997) and Brother 2, Balabanov went on garner international acclaim for his shocking and controversial Cargo 200 and Morphia.

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