The Trust That Burst TV series watch online for free"The Trust That Burst" is a famous three-part musical based on the series of stories "Pig Ethics", "Marriage as an Exact Science" and "Corridors of Power" by O'Henry. The plot focuses on two swindlers who fool gullible and inattentive people, thereby earning a lot of money. Each new case is a thoroughly planned raid on the next idiot. Who would have thought that the main characters would take their craft so seriously. In the musical, viewers will hear songs performed by Pavel Smeyan and Nikolai Karachentsov, written by Naum Olev and Leonid Filatov.
In general, I adore our Soviet Soviet comedies, and I also like to watch them several times. They are so understandable and funny, and it feels like they are made with love. This series "The Trust That Burst" (and you can call it a musical) is also one of those domestic comedies (it was filmed in 1982) that I loved so much. In order to understand whether the film is good, I have a simple reason. If you want to watch it again and again, then this is a confirmation of the quality work of the authors. Of course, the series was filmed based on the works of "Pig Ethics", "Marriage as an Exact Science" and "Corridors of Power" by the writer O'Henry, but the film adaptation was still done by our compatriots. I really liked how the entire cast showed themselves in this musical (Pavlovsky was also pleasantly pleased, being the director of the picture, he remarkably showed the mayor's son in the first issue). They were incomparable in the performance of the roles of Adomaitis and Karachentsev. They played merrily and fervently. I also liked how, before the start of each episode, there were very funny preludes that gave a zest to the whole film. An excellent idea that looked original. And how pleasant it was right after the first seconds of viewing. My favorite actor Nikolai Karachentsov began to sing the song "Three Whales" about passion, politics and love. And the song is amazing and the actor's great voice, his timbre is the decoration of any film. You start watching this Soviet film, and such a big world opens up before you, as if you yourself are next to the heroes and are an involuntary witness to everything that happens. The American market mechanism of economy and life was beautifully portrayed in this film. As you know, our characters behaved in an inappropriate way, they accumulated their capital on deceiving commoners, on all gullible and inattentive people. But quite often, having obtained the booty illegally, our swindlers did not stay with it for a long time, not because they spent, but because there were other more serious swindlers ... It was not uncommon. I think the film wanted to show that for every swindler or businessman there is always someone bigger. This is how the capitalist regime works. Of course, Andy Tucker and Jeff Peters managed to accomplish something insignificant in their scams more than once, but if they took on a large game, then they inevitably faced a loss. America promotes that it is a land of opportunity, where the average American can achieve what he wants and make a lot of money. Only to reality, and in relation to our heroes, this is a completely impossible dream. To become millionaires, they would have more teeth and grin - they do not reach other business sharks. I really liked this movie. Plus, it's also quite useful. For example, this movie would make a great paycheck, where you could point out a lot of ways to cheat. But ordinary respectable citizens would also be good to read it, so as not to end up in the networks of deceiving swindlers! What is already there! And now they make money on technology, as shown in the film. Downright classic. As long as there is money, there will be new tricks and new rogue heroes.I would very much like to see other works based on the works of Oh Henry. After all, the writer has many wonderful books, a lot of very funny and vital ones. By the way, Pavlovsky shot the film "Green Van", which is similar in spirit of presentation, where the same Adomaitis and Ilyichev play, and the music was written by the same composer Dunaevsky. And I also remembered the film by the same director Pavlovsky called "Green Van", where the actor Adomaitis and Ilyichev also played. This series is somewhat reminiscent of "The Trust That Burst" in its execution. Separately, of course, it is worth mentioning the compositions in this film. They are capacious, philosophical, but perfectly comprehensible. This is a very strong advantage for the film. For the cinema, this film did not become some kind of discovery. But it can become one for every viewer. The series is full of comical situations, not devoid of irony, adorned with wonderful songs and wonderful play of charming actors. In modern Russian cinema, I have not come across good comedies. It makes me sad. After all, we have wonderful actors and decent directors. Now computer technologies have developed and in general there are more opportunities, but no one seems to be using this. The authors of the series "The Trust That Burst" is an excellent find for those who are a true connoisseur of cinema. Special thanks to the authors for the fact that they managed to create a film that turned out to be no worse than the works of O Henry themselves. Decent film adaptation, which can be safely recommended for viewing.