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Exporting Raymond

MOVIE SYNOPSIS
Exporting Raymond


In this wildly entertaining real-life comedy, Phil Rosenthal, creator of the longrunning television series "Everybody Loves Raymond," goes to Moscow to help the Russians translate his show for their television audiences, only to find that his show and his comedy expertise get lost in translation. The hilarious true story of the creation of "Everybody Loves Kostya," "Exporting Raymond" is Rosenthal's first-hand account of his attempts to adapt the hit sitcom for a Russian audience.
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As Phil Rosenthal sees it, why should he travel 6,000 miles to Moscow to be told he's not funny when he can hear that at home in Los Angeles, without the jet lag? Exporting Raymond, his droll documentary, travels to Russia with the creator of Everybody Loves Raymond. » Read more
[ City Paper Grade: C- ]
04/28/2011
In Moscow to bring Everybody Loves Raymond to Russian TV, Phil Rosenthal comes up against a whole block of cultural differences, in the production process as well as in how viewers perceive comedy, costumes and marriage. » Read more
04/07/2011
As Phil Rosenthal sees it, why should he travel 6,000 miles to Moscow to be told he's not funny when he can hear that at home in Los Angeles, without the jet lag? » Read more

04/28/2011
Is kvetching about our families the universal language? » Read more
04/28/2011
As Phil Rosenthal sees it, why should he travel 6,000 miles to Moscow to be told he's not funny when he can hear that at home in Los Angeles, without the jet lag? Exporting Raymond, his droll documentary, travels to Russia with the creator of Everybody Loves Raymond. » Read more
[ City Paper Grade: C- ]
04/28/2011
In Moscow to bring Everybody Loves Raymond to Russian TV, Phil Rosenthal comes up against a whole block of cultural differences, in the production process as well as in how viewers perceive comedy, costumes and marriage. » Read more
04/07/2011
As Phil Rosenthal sees it, why should he travel 6,000 miles to Moscow to be told he's not funny when he can hear that at home in Los Angeles, without the jet lag? » Read more

MPAA rating:
PG
for brief language and smoking
Cast:
Philip Rosenthal
Directed by:
Philip Rosenthal
Genre:
Comedy; Documentary; Drama
Running time:
01:26
Release date:
2011
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