A Young Doctor's NotebookDVD
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Opening monologue: Moscow, 1934. They say happiness is like good health. You don't notice it until it's gone. Me...I was happy in 1917. I had just graduated from the University Imperial Medicine and Dentistry of Moscow, when I was sent in the remote village of Muryovo to run a hospital. It was a long and arduous journey.
This journey takes long to get used to. ... Farewell to Moscow, Farewell to the red and gold Bolshoi theatre. Farewell to... shop windows.
Seven years. Finest university in all Russia. All that hard work... to reach the top of the class. And for what? I'm not a doctor. I'm a butcher. And a seamstress.
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