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Andrei CHERNYKH
Андрей ЧЕРНЫХ
Andreï TCHERNYKH
 
USSR, 1991, 89 mn 
Colour, fiction

Austrian field

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Directed by : Andrei CHERNYKH (Андрей ЧЕРНЫХ)
Writing credits : Andrei CHERNYKH (Андрей ЧЕРНЫХ)
 
Cast
Natalia BARANOVA (Наталья БАРАНОВА)
Yelena BRAGINA (Елена БРАГИНА)
Liubomiras LAUCIAVICIUS (Любомирас ЛАУЦЯВИЧЮС)
Semyon STRUGACHEV (Семён СТРУГАЧЕВ)
Viktor SUKHORUKOV (Виктор СУХОРУКОВ)
 
Cinematography : Dmitriy MASS (Дмитрий МАСС)
Production design : Dmitriy MASS (Дмитрий МАСС)
Sound : Vladimir PERSOV (Владимир ПЕРСОВ)
Editing : Leda SEMENOVA (Ледa СЕМЕНОВА)
Production : Lenfilm, Belarusfilm / Artel-F
 

Awards :
Deuxième prix au Festival-séminaire des ciné-clubs de Moscou, 1991

Plot synopsis
Existential drama.
Cinematic treatise about the incompleteness and insufficiency of simple feelings – tactile, visual, aural. In movies this approach symbolizes the collision between the real and the illusory. The real and imaginary aspects are presented as images of feelings. «I like to forget about the time with you», the heroine tells her blind lover, adding: «Of all the sighted you see best of all».
 

Selected in the following festivals :
- Moscow International Film Festival (MIFF), Moscow (Russia), 2007
- Berlin International Film Festival : Berlinale, Berlin (Germany), 1992


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