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I Step Through Moscow or Walking Through Moscow (Я шагаю по Москве) is a 1963 Georgi Danelia Comedy starring a young Nikita Mikhalkov as Kolya, a construction worker not yet out of his teens. When Volodya, a friend and aspiring writer, comes to Moscow from Siberia, Kolya tries to arrange a meeting for him with a noted author. Meanwhile, Kolya's childhood friend Sasha wants to get married, but he must first get an Army deferral. Add to the mix Alena, a pretty shop girl to whom Kolya takes an obvious shine—although Alena seems to have eyes only for his visitor. Free flowing, and full of wry, wisecracking dialogue––a Shpalikov trademark–– Walking the Streets of Moscow brims with a sense of hope and promise. This film has also been compared to the French New Wave films of the same decade. The theme by Andrei Petrov has also remained famous.


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