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Jessica GORTER
Джессика ГОРТЕР
Jessica GORTER
 
Netherlands, 2017, 95 mn 
documentary

The Red Soul

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Красная душа

 

 L'Ame rouge

 Krasnaya dusha


 
Directed by : Jessica GORTER (Джессика ГОРТЕР)
Writing credits : Jessica GORTER (Джессика ГОРТЕР)
Music : Ilya BELORUKOV (Илья БЕЛОРУКОВ)
Other persons :
Producteur : Frank van den Engel, Oksana Maksimchuk / продюсер : Фрэнк ван ден Энджел
Image : Sander Snoep / Оператор : Сандер Снуп
Звук - Марк Весснер
Montage : Danniel Danniel, Bobbie Roelofs / Монтаж - Даниэль Даниэль, Бобби Роелофс
Musique : Rutger Zuydervelt / Музыка - Рутгер Зуйдерветц Музыка - Рутгер Зуйдерветц
Production : Zeppers Film & TV
 

Plot synopsis
More than 50 years after the death of Joseph Stalin, Russia is still divided. Was Stalin a great leader who made Russia into a superpower? Or was he a ruthless dictator, responsible for the deaths of millions of innocent people? Virtually no family has been left untouched by the consequences of Stalin’s regime, and in every corner of the country, victims’ families are struggling with history. A father wanders through a desolate forest with his teenage daughter, in search of the mass graves of Russian prisoners. Two sisters whose mother was taken away to a prison camp share their early memories. They are still scared to talk about the events openly, because it would put their fatherland in a negative light, and there are plenty of others who would prefer to forget this dark chapter of history altogether. Throughout society, Stalin’s popularity is growing, and there is a yearning for a sense of national unity. The Red Soul shows how the past lives on in present-day Russia, and thus makes its mark on the future.
https://www.idfa.nl/
 

Selected in the following festivals :
- Honfleur Russian Film Festival, Honfleur (France), 2018


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