We are still impressed by the red carpet of the 40th Moscow International Film Festival and cannot forget the outfits of the stars. Together with the ivi online cinema, we found funny similarities in the evening dresses of celebrities with heroes from popular films, cartoons and TV series and decided to share with you.
You will find an analysis of the images in the previous article, and we will concentrate on the curious parallels. We have ten of them.
We think that Valeria Lanskaya resembles Vivian Ward, the main character of the movie Pretty Woman, when the millionaire took her to the opera.
And Olga Kabo in white jumpsuit looks like Princess Leia from the movie Star Wars: Episode 4 - A New Hope. Unless there are not enough bagel bundles.
Sati Casanova is the spitting image of Maleficent from the film of the same name. The same fatal image as Angelina Jolie. Definitely one of the brightest at the MIFF-2018.
Well, now closer to the TV series! We're not sure, but perhaps Yulia Khlynina was inspired by the image of Daenerys Targaryen from Game of Thrones. It's not just that in her outfit there appeared long sleeves to the floor with slits in the elbow area. What do you think?
Svetlana Bondarchuk is always inimitable, but we found a parallel with her unusual image, sustained in the main color of 2018. This is Medusa from the Overmen series.
Anna Churina is almost like Annie from the movie “Got it”. Soon this film with Margot Robbie in the title role will be released in Russian, so we advise you to watch the trailer.
Natalia Lesnikovskaya in her fairy-style dress reminded us of Elsa from the cartoon "Frozen".
At the same time, two actresses at the MIFF-2018 decided to dress like Michelle Pfeiffer in the movie "Scarface". Only Renata Piotrowski chose a black dress with rhinestones, and Anna Snatkina - a spectacular white suit.
Yang Ge is the girl who made the film according to her own script and starred in it. Why did she play - and she wrote the music for the film "Nu" herself, she is a finalist of the show "The Voice"! Whom did she remind us of? Perhaps Lady Jocelyn from the romantic "Tale of a Knight".