The heroine in Aleksandr Strizhenov and Sergei Ginsburg's Upast' verkh (Falling Up) is dissatisfied. She wants a new chauffeur, she wants new clothes, she wants a new fireplace for her house. Married to an important politician, she has failed to see the sparkle of life that endless expenditure of wealth should bring. When her husband leaves on business, in passing muttering something about someone being wanting to take his life, she gives full reign to her frustration and calls in a hunky mason to fix her interior decor in her Moscow flat with a stunning view of the Kremlin.
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