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Not really. Most Russian movies and TV shows are set in Russia and dealing with local themes, so bad guys (if any) are Russian. War films have German (i.e. Nazi), Afghan or Chechen villains, some 2000s movies feature Middle Eastern 'terrorists'. Rare American characters are stereotypically portrayed as rich, overconfident and stupid, but never evil. ...
Cossacs. Looks like story about Cossacs. Russian wiki link It's Soviet cartoon and there are a number of episodes, actually.
The movie is called Russkies, starting Joaquin Phoenix, Whip Hubley, and Peter Billingsley (of Ralph/The Christmas Story fame). Great 80's flick
This is a hard (if not impossible question to answer, seeing that many early films have been lost in fires etc.) but I will try point you in the right direction. Seeing as dialog is a factor in your question the film must have been made after 1927, when the jazz singer was announced as the first "talkie". Then we have a span of 11 years where the movie you ...
Could it be The Osterman Weekend? Note the tagline on the poster:
The movie is called Interview with a Hitman and was released in 2012. Interview with a Hitman is a 2012 British action film written and directed by Perry Bhandal. The film follows the life story of Viktor (Luke Goss), a professional Romanian hitman who talks about his own life and his path to become a hitman via interview with a local journalist. It ...
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