One of these that I have followed up on is Natasha. Now, I've been pondering whether to say anything about it, as I'm not sure I liked it in a recommending kind of way. It's only kind of good. The acting remarkably good for its genre, but nothing groundbreaking in the world of acting. The story moves along at a nice clip, but nothing that unbelievable.
I think the reason it keeps popping into my head that I should be recommending it is that it is the Mary Poppins of Russian stripper hiding abroad movies, and there's something so refreshing about a movie that's so overwhelmingly positive about a character who nearly any other movie, especially in its genre, would take the opportunity to impugn greatly, or at least make the drama hinge on whether they were what they seemed, to the audience, to be.