Lyubov v bolshom gorode 2 Soundtrack (

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The story 'Love in the Big City' continues as Igor, the Russian-American dentist, invites her friends--Artyom, Russian architect-cum-student-cum-tour-bus-guide, and Sauna, Finnish fitness-club management trainee--to his father's ranch. With them are Artyom's recently-reconciled wife Katya; Alisa, the Russian-American fitness instructor whose heart Sauna has won; and Nastya, the Russian-American sex therapist who has agreed to marry Igor.

In addition to being a fun vacation for all, Igor wants the trip to give Nastya a chance to meet her future father-in-law. On the plane they strike up a conversation with a couple of Americans who tell them about a monastery near the ranch where there is a statue which, as legend says, has the power to cure barrenness. After arriving at the ranch, they decide out of curiosity to visit the monastery; while there, despite a monk's warning, they all touch the statue.

According to the statue's legend, each will sire a child the next time they have sex. They are unsure whether to believe this legend, but having experienced St. Valentine's considerable powers, they decide to refrain from sex for the time being, just in case. All three men agree that they are simply not ready for fatherhood. The women, at first hurt and confused, become angry and leave when they discover the real reason for the men's odd excuses and machinations to avoid sex.

With their women gone, the men decide to have a good time and party hearty to the max. At this point St. Valentine once again enters their lives. He is appalled that they cannot understand that children are a blessing and that fatherhood is an honor. He decides that they need another lesson and levels a new curse on them: the first one to have sex will indeed sire a child, exactly as the statue's legend foretells: the catch is that when it happens, the other two will then both be doomed to remain childless for the next 20 years.

Confronted with the prospect of childlessness, and forced into a zero-sum game from which only one can emerge a father, the three rush headlong into a comedic, and quite Machiavellian, race against one another. St. Valentine, of course, has some twists and turns in store for them, and in the end all three will learn the true value of fatherhood.

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User reviews

Betty Hall

The soundtrack of Lyubov v bolshom gorode 2 effectively captures the fun and lighthearted spirit of the story, adding to the overall enjoyment of the film.

Robert Johnson

The music selection in the film effectively sets the mood for each scene, creating a dynamic and engaging viewing experience for the audience.

Matthew Garcia

The emotional depth conveyed through the music during key moments of the storyline adds a layer of complexity to the characters and their relationships.

Deborah Thompson

The use of traditional Russian and American music in the soundtrack adds cultural depth to the film, enriching the storytelling and enhancing the audience's immersion in the characters' journey.

Carol Baker

The incorporation of subtle musical cues and motifs throughout the soundtrack helps to establish continuity and coherence in the storytelling.

Melissa Thomas

The use of traditional Russian music in the soundtrack helps to create a sense of authenticity and cultural richness, enhancing the setting of the film.

Laura Campbell

The soundtrack features a diverse range of musical styles, from upbeat and energetic tracks to more introspective and melancholic pieces, catering to different moods within the narrative.

Margaret Jackson

I found the soundtrack of Lyubov v bolshom gorode 2 to be quite disappointing and uninspired. The music did not effectively capture the emotional depth and complexity of the storylines and character developments in the film.

Carol Harris

Overall, the soundtrack of Lyubov v bolshom gorode 2 is a delightful blend of melodies that complement the narrative and contribute to the film's overall charm.

Sarah Clark

The choice of songs felt generic and out of place, failing to enhance the overall viewing experience. The lack of cohesion between the soundtrack and the narrative made it difficult to fully immerse myself in the film's world.

John Lopez

The soundtrack of Lyubov v bolshom gorode 2 perfectly captures the whimsical and lighthearted tone of the story, enhancing the comedic elements of the plot.

Ashley Green

The music successfully underscores the comedic elements of the plot, contributing to the overall humor and entertainment value of the film.

Robert Perez

The soundtrack of Lyubov v bolshom gorode 2 showcases the talent of the composers in creating melodies that resonate with the audience and evoke a sense of nostalgia.

Patricia Lewis

The seamless integration of music with the on-screen action enhances the overall cinematic experience, drawing viewers further into the world of the film.

Donna Hernandez

Overall, the soundtrack of Lyubov v bolshom gorode 2 is a vital component that elevates the storytelling and contributes to the film's overall charm and appeal.