This, of course, nonsense producing in one year two films about the cosmos and with both of them not to miscalculate. Another thing is that the “Salyut-7” cannot be assessed without regard to the “first Time” (at least if you’ve seen both films), and in this respect fresh kinoreys a little inferior to the spring premiere of dynamics. “Salyut-7” in some scenes clearly feels viewers to yawn, and this can be explained by the fact that Selyanov in commercial cinema gets less than Bekmambetov, and cut the film did not. Well, God bless him. But the “Salute” a better story. Even in real history it was not so scary and dramatic, there is a movie cinema here, the tougher, the better. Plus, it is a matter of taste, but Vdovichenkov and Derevyanko look interesting, Mironov and Knightley, though those two also played supercommando, and pretty good. Maybe the whole thing is in the casting: because, in contrast to the tandem as “VP”, Vdovichenkov and Derevyanko actors different roles and charm, and the contrast becomes more “fire”. But as for the graphics and atmosphere of the era, both films are identical. Space, rockets, the Soviet way of life and the spirit all very cool. Except that the creators of “Fireworks” was not kept from the use of the songs of Vladimir Vysotsky. Well, at least without Tsoi worked, and thanks for that!
However, the third film about space will definitely be an overkill. And indeed, the industry is clearly experiencing a surplus of movies, the plot of which originate in Soviet history. It is clear that the new, nothing happened, but still the same, when in the year out of three or four more films, I want diversity.