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January 25, 2021 - January 28, 2021
There’s an old saying, revised, that you can take the émigré out of Russia, but you can’t take Russia out of the émigré. Dmitriy Nagiev is Grigoriy, a teacher who has “made it” in America but can’t quite part with Russian culture. In a series of interconnected vignettes, recent transplants, assimilated professionals and hopeful immigrants navigate life in America with Grigoriy’s help, as their individual relationships with the “motherland” are transformed on-screen.
- Director: Sarik Andreasyan
- Screenplay: Sergey Volkov; Alexey Gravitsky; Artyom Yefimov; Yaroslav Lukashevich
- Starring: Dmitriy Nagiev, Yuri Stoyanov, Leanka Grâu
- Rating: 12+
- Length: 101 min
- Genre: Comedy, Melodrama
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WAYS TO WATCH
- Download our dedicated app on AppleTV (Gen4 and above)
- Cast from a computer or Android phone/tablet using the Chrome browser to a Chromecast device
- Airplay from a computer, iPhone, or iPad to an AppleTV (Gen 2 and above) or to any Smart TV bearing the “AirPlay” badge
- PCs running Windows 7+
Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome, Firefox, Opera.
Internet Explorer is not supported.
- Intel-based Macs running macOS 10.12+
Safari, Google Chrome, Firefox, or Opera
Phone / Tablet
- iOS devices (iPhone, iPad)
Use Safari on iOS 11.2 or later
Screen mirroring is not supported, ensure it is turned off in your device settings
- Android devices
Use Chrome on Android 6.0 or later
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What are the system requirements?
You can watch content on PCs running Windows 7+, and Intel-based Macs running OSX 10.12+. You can also watch films on Android tablets and phones using Chrome, and on iPhones and iPads using Safari.
What are the requirements for Windows computers?
Windows 7, Windows 8.1, or Windows 10
Supported browsers: Google Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Edge, Opera. We recommend using the latest version of your browser. Internet Explorer is not supported.
What are the requirements for Mac computers?
Mac OSX 10.12 or later
Supported browsers: Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari, or Opera. We recommend using the latest version of your browser.
Can I watch content on my iPhone/iPad?
Yes, you can watch content using Safari on iOS 11.2 or later. Please note that you must have “Screen Mirroring” turned off for content to play, and you cannot use a lightning to HDMI adapter plugged into the device.
Can I watch content on my Android Device?
Yes, you can watch content using Chrome on Android 6.0 or later.
Can I Chromecast content?
Yes from a Chrome web browser on PC and Mac computers as well as Android devices by selecting the cast button in the bottom right-hand side of the player.
Can I AirPlay to my AppleTV?
You can AirPlay from most browsers if you have Apple TV by selecting the AirPlay button on the bottom right-hand side of the player.
What happens if I forget my password?
Use the password reset option on the login page to reset your password. You will need access to the email address you use to log in.
Why does video playback stall or not play smoothly?
We use adaptive bitrate streaming which means the streaming quality will automatically adjust based on your internet speed. If your internet connection is poor or inconsistent you may experience problems during playback. If you’re on wifi, try moving closer to your router.
Why do I see a black screen if I am watching content with AirPlay on my TV?
You likely have “Screen Mirroring” turned on in your device settings. Please turn off the screen mirroring setting and start AirPlay by selecting the AirPlay button on the bottom right-hand side of the player.
Why do I see a black screen after the pre-roll if I am casting to Chromecast?
Some Chromecast versions cannot support transitions from one video to another. If this happens, turn off casting and re-start it once the film starts playing.