There are scenes that I find quite endearing and unconventional. The scene where Dina and Gosha are being married and afterwards Dina can't find him because he was out drinking with some men in the streets. The scene where Dina, out of frustration, vents her feelings to a clueless child behind a door was quite melodramatic, queer yet something that will tug at your heart. Poor Dina, married to the man she loves but who clearly doesn't love her and nowhere to be found on New Y ear's Day. This romance-drama film holds much promise and the storytelling is done seamlessly. Worth watching!