Hello! The last movie I watched was "DMB" (or "ДМБ", in Russian). That means demobilization. Only few words can be said: this movie from the beginning to the end is just a quotation. The story about 3 guys that were conscripted to the army, and a little about how other guys were conscripted and trying to hide. Movies like this, leave a lot of cultural heritages that we use nowadays in our daily lives. This specific movie was filmed at 2000 (when I was born). And those phrases from the movie is living up until today but the most commonly used by adult people at age between 30-50 I guess, at least what I saw and heard. I personally do not consider this movie as the best movie I've ever seen. In my opinion, the phrases are good, but the storyline is just .... ah can't even say something about it. There are a lot of other better movies like "The Little Golden Calf" and "The twelve chairs" that was filmed by the Odessa film studio, in years of USSR and these movies are really good. There are a lot more of these "catch phrases", these are used commonly by the citizens of Odessa and that I use too. It's fun to watch, good story, good actors, not so far from real life and not too far from original writings. Thank you for reading this. I would appreciate any error-correction from you, thanks!