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Darezhan OMIRBAYEV
Дарежан ОМИРБАЕВ
Darejan OMIRBAEV
 
Kazakhstan, 1995, 75 mn 
Colour, fiction

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Directed by : Darezhan OMIRBAYEV (Дарежан ОМИРБАЕВ)
Writing credits : Darezhan OMIRBAYEV (Дарежан ОМИРБАЕВ)
 
Cast
Zhasoulan ASAULOV (Жасулан АСАУЛОВ)
Gulnara DOUSMATOVA (Гульнара ДУСМАТОВА)
Altynay TATTYBEKOVA (Алтынай ТАТТЫБЕКОВА)
Saule TOKTYBAYEVA (Сауле ТОКТЫБАЕВА)
 
Cinematography : Boris TROSHEV (Борис ТРОШЕВ)
Production design : Sabit KURMANBEKOV (Сабит КУРМАНБЕКОВ)
Sound : Andrei VLAZNEV (Андрей ВЛАЗНЕВ)
Production : Kazakhfilm
 

Awards :
Prix Ionesco au Festival de Venise, 1995
Pris spécial du jury au Festival des trois continents à Nantes, 1995
Grand prix au Festival de Singapour, 1996

Plot synopsis
A 12-year-old boy from the isolated steppes in Khazakstan gets his first taste of the outside world when he is sent to a children's clinic with a treatable heart condition in this Kazakh drama. While in the clinic Zhasulan meets other boys and even girls. It is there that he gets his first taste of the pain and pleasure of love when he falls for a kindly young nurse. His crush becomes a bit of an obsession and he spies on her frequently; even sneaking peeks at her through a shower-stall peephole. One day he learns that she is going out with a doctor. Later, Zhasulan stows away in a truck delivering films to other clinics and learns even more about the world.
Sandra Brennan, www.allmovie.com
 

Selected in the following festivals :
- Rabat International Film Festival, Rabat (Morocco), 2008
- Venice International Film Festival, Venice (Italy), 1995


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