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Ratings & Reviews

  1. WinterNightTale's rating of the film It Doesn't Hurt

    It reminded me somehow, one of my relationships with a Russian girl. The way the'd get along to each other, obbiously. Loved it 'till the end, really.

  2. svet's rating of the film It Doesn't Hurt

    Love is not a feeling but a caring act amongst this (ever-expanding) group of friends. Everything unfolds in a matter-of-fact way to a few ever-repeating tracks that unify the (what seems to be a) three-act play. Plus Renata Litvinova's (Tata) uncanny resembles to Dalida, the film ends but being both a social portrait and a tribute to unsung beauty.

  3. Max Seqgar's rating of the film It Doesn't Hurt

    Balbanov and his russian stray dogs. Gotta love 'em.

  4. msmichel's rating of the film It Doesn't Hurt

    After having seen "Brother", "Of Freaks and Men" and "morphia" found this humanist little tale somewhat surprising. Balabanov directs this small character driven piece with a restraint I didn't know he possessed. An interesting journey amongst a group of friends trying to get their business off the ground while navigating life's challenges. Other than the abrupt ending found the film worth watching.

  5. Yulia Novozhilova's rating of the film It Doesn't Hurt

    a lot of vodka, good sense of humor and of course, love...

  6. Allix's rating of the film It Doesn't Hurt

    A fun film to watch, a little sad ending