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A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z  Others 
Titles and names in bold print contain more complete information
Aleksey BALABANOV
Алексей БАЛАБАНОВ
Alekseï BALABANOV
Vladimir KHOTINENKO
Владимир ХОТИНЕНКО
Vladimir KHOTINENKO
Aleksandr KHVAN
Александр ХВАН
Aleksandr KHVAN
Dmitriy MESKHIEV
Дмитрий МЕСХИЕВ
Dmitri MESKHIEV
 
Russia, 1995, 98 mn 
fiction

Arrival of a Train

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Прибытие поезда

 

 L'Arrivée du train

 Pribytie poezda


 
Directed by : Aleksey BALABANOV (Алексей БАЛАБАНОВ), Vladimir KHOTINENKO (Владимир ХОТИНЕНКО), Aleksandr KHVAN (Александр ХВАН), Dmitriy MESKHIEV (Дмитрий МЕСХИЕВ)
 
Cast
Aleksey BALABANOV (Алексей БАЛАБАНОВ)
Zoya BURIAK (Зоя БУРЯК)
Aleksey GERMAN (Алексей ГЕРМАН)
Vladimir ILIN (Владимир ИЛЬИН)
Sergey MAKOVETSKY (Сергей МАКОВЕЦКИЙ)
 
Produced by : Yuri MOROZ (Юрий МОРОЗ)
Production : Lenfilm
Release date in Russia : 25/12/1995
 

Plot synopsis
Almanach of 5 novels, commissioned by ROSKOMKINO to mark the 100th anniversary of cinema.

1) Trofim, 25 min. Director Alexei Balabanov
An ordinary Russian story. A husband jealous of his brother, killed him with an axe and escaped to St. Petersburg where he was later arrested in a brothel.

2) Exercice N°5, 20min. Director Dmitri Meskhiyev
A film is being shot. The crew is waiting for the right weather. Some people are drinking coffee, some are trying to rehearse, some are sorting out personal problems. And they are watched by an impassive camera, forgotten to be turned off.
Source : www.lenfilm.ru
 

Selected in the following festivals :
- Festival "Vivat Kino Rossii", St Petersburg (Russia), 2013
- Festival Russian kino 'Moscow Premier Screenings', Moscow (Russia), 2008
- Berlin International Film Festival : Berlinale, Berlin (Germany), 1996
- "NIKA" Prizes, Moscow (Russia), 1996


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