Be my husband
Be my husband or is a 1982 Soviet romantic comedy directed by Alla Surikova.
Victor the pediatrician arrives on the Black Sea coast. He is finally on the vacation which he has been looking forward to for a long time. There are of course no free rooms in hotels, but the good-natured physician does not lose heart and decides to go camping. At the station, Victor by chance gets acquainted with a pretty woman, Natasha Kostikova, who, along with her young son, Ilya, also came to vacation. Natasha rented a room for only one person, and to place her son there she decides to stage a performance. A "jealous husband" with the child should come to the resort and thus Natasha would be able to be lodged together with Ilya. The role of the "husband" Natasha offers to Victor, and he after a little persuading he agrees. Albina Petrovna, the mistress of the house, dumbfounded by the appearance of unexpected guests, initially categorically refuses to provide them with housing, but Victor, giving the hostess a small medical consultation and thereby winning her favor, manages to settle everything.