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Peeter SIMM
Пеэтер СИММ
Peeter SIMM
 
Russia / Estonia / Finland, 2007, 102 mn 
Colour, fiction

Georg

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 Georg

 Georg


Other titles : Georg Ots - rakkaani
 
Directed by : Peeter SIMM (Пеэтер СИММ)
Writing credits : Aleksandr BORODIANSKY (Александр БОРОДЯНСКИЙ), Mati POLDRE (Мати ПЫЛЬДРЕ)
 
Cast
Renars KAUPERS (Ренарс КАУПЕРС) ...Cezar
Anastasia MAKEYEVA (Анастасия МАКЕЕВА) ...Asta
Marco MATVERE (Марко МАТВЕРЕ) ...Georg
 
Cinematography : Reyn KOTOV (Рейн КОТОВ)
Production design : Kalju KIVI (Калью КИВИ)
Music : Yuri POTEYENKO (Юрий ПОТЕЕНКО)
Production : Centre National du Film (Центр национального фильма), Lege Artis film (Estonie)
Release date in Russia : 06/03/2008
 
Language : Russe, estonien, finnois

Plot synopsis
The film is about Georg Ots, one of the most famous and beloved singers in Estonia and the whole former Soviet Union. His complicated fate was developed in rough and rapidly-changing times. Ots remained an unknown singer on international opera stages – it was a feature of the time that the Soviet system did not “squander” talents. It’s a very personal story about creative work, love, and intrigues, told through the eyes of Asta Saar, the artist’s second wife.
 

Commentaries and bibliography
Peeter Simm : Georg (2007), Marco DUMANČIĆ, kinokultura.com, 2009
 

Selected in the following festivals :
- Paris Russian Film Festival, Paris (France), 2010
- World Film Festival, Montreal (Canada), 2008
- Shangai International Film Festival, Shangai (China), 2008
- International Film Festival Tarkovski, Ivanovo (Russia), 2008
- Festival of Festivals, St Petersburg (Russia), 2008


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