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Vasili PICHUL
Василий ПИЧУЛ
Vassili PITCHOUL
 
Russia / France, 1993, 92 mn 
Colour, fiction

Idiot’s dreams

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Мечты идиота

 

 Rêves d'un idiot

 Meshty idiota


 
Directed by : Vasili PICHUL (Василий ПИЧУЛ)
Writing credits : Mariya KHMELIK (Мария ХМЕЛИК)
 
Cast
Vatslav DVORZHETSKY (Вацлав ДВОРЖЕЦКИЙ)
Yevgeni DVORZHETSKY (Евгений ДВОРЖЕЦКИЙ)
Vladimir ETUSH (Владимир ЭТУШ)
Sergey KRYLOV (Сергей КРЫЛОВ)
Stanislav LIUBSHIN (Станислав ЛЮБШИН)
Vasili MISHCHENKO (Василий МИЩЕНКО)
Yuri NAZAROV (Юрий НАЗАРОВ)
Aleksandr NEGREBA (Александр НЕГРЕБА)
Alika SMEKHOVA (Алика СМЕХОВА)
Andrei SMIRNOV (Андрей СМИРНОВ)
Andrei SOKOLOV (Андрей СОКОЛОВ)
Vladimir TOLOKONNIKOV (Владимир ТОЛОКОННИКОВ)
Lyudmila ZAITSEVA (Людмила ЗАЙЦЕВА)
 
Cinematography : Yuri LIUBSHIN (Юрий ЛЮБШИН)
Production design : Aleksandr DZIUBENKO (Александр ДЗЮБЕНКО)
Music : Vladimir MATETSKY (Владимир МАТЕЦКИЙ)
Sound : Leonid VEITKOV (Леонид ВЕЙТКОВ)
Produced by : Maurice BERNARD (Морис БЕРНАР), Patrick SOBELMAN (Патрик СОБЕЛЬМАН), Valery TODOROVSKY (Валерий ТОДОРОВСКИЙ), Igor TOLSTUNOV (Игорь ТОЛСТУНОВ)
Production : Gorky Film Studio, TTL, Salome, Exnihilo, Parallaxe Ltd, CNC
Release date in Russia : 06/06/1993
 

Awards :
Prix NIKA pour les meilleurs costumes, 1993

Plot synopsis
One of the most scandalous films of the decade. Making an abstract film based on the popular Soviet novel ìThe Golden Calfî by Ilf and Petrov, Pichul makes a vanguard gesture of a genuinely post-Soviet director, setting a super-social task rather than the elementary sociality that so flattered in ìLittle Veraî. The director departs from the ìtruth of lifeî and breaks the stylistic stereotypes in the representation of this ìtruthî. The familiar text sounds like a profoundly alienated quote. The absence of subtext is simplified and simultaneously complicated by laughter through laughter instead of laughter through nostalgic tears, thus breaking free from Soviet style. - Prize ìGreen Apple, Golden Leafî for Best Producer, 1993; - Prize of the Film Academy NIKA for the Best Costume Design, 1993.
Source : www.kinotavr.ru
 

Selected in the following festivals :
- Open Russian Film Festival Kinotavr, Sochi (Russia), 2006


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