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Kira MURATOVA
Кира МУРАТОВА
Kira MOURATOVA
 
Russia / Ukraina, 2004, 100 mn 
Black and white, fiction

The Tuner

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 Nastroyshchik


 
Directed by : Kira MURATOVA (Кира МУРАТОВА)
Writing credits : Sergey CHETVERTKOV (Сергей ЧЕТВЕРТКОВ), Yevgeni GOLUBENKO (Евгений ГОЛУБЕНКО), Kira MURATOVA (Кира МУРАТОВА)
 
Cast
Sergey BEKHTEREV (Сергей БЕХТЕРЕВ)
Natalia BUZKO (Наталья БУЗЬКО)
Jean DANIEL (Жан ДАНИЭЛЬ)
Georgi DELIEV (Георгий ДЕЛИЕВ)
Alla DEMIDOVA (Алла ДЕМИДОВА)
Renata LITVINOVA (Рената ЛИТВИНОВА)
Nina RUSLANOVA (Нина РУСЛАНОВА)
 
Cinematography : Gennadi KARIUK (Геннадий КАРЮК)
Production design : Yevgeni GOLUBENKO (Евгений ГОЛУБЕНКО)
Music : Valentin SILVERSTROV (Валентин СИЛЬВЕСТРОВ)
Produced by : Aleksandr BOKOVIKOV (Александр БОКОВИКОВ), Sergey CHLIANTS (Сергей ЧЛИЯНЦ), Aleksandr MATVEYENKO (Александр МАТВЕЕНКО)
Production : Pygmalion Production
Release date in Russia : 07/04/2005
 
Language : russe
Format : 35 mm
Site : www.pgmfilm.ru/nastroi.html#inter

Awards :
Best actress Alla DEMIDOVA , Golden Eagle awards, Moscow (Russia), 2006
Best Actress in a Supporting Role Nina RUSLANOVA , Golden Eagle awards, Moscow (Russia), 2006
Best directing Kira MURATOVA , Annual award of the Guild of Historians of Cinema and Film Critics, Moscow (Russia), 2004
Best Set Decoration Yevgeni GOLUBENKO , Annual award of the Guild of Historians of Cinema and Film Critics, Moscow (Russia), 2004
Best actress Alla DEMIDOVA , Annual award of the Guild of Historians of Cinema and Film Critics, Moscow (Russia), 2004
Best actress Alla DEMIDOVA , "NIKA" Prizes, Moscow (Russia), 2004
Best Actress in a Supporting Role Nina RUSLANOVA , "NIKA" Prizes, Moscow (Russia), 2004
Prix Nika de la meilleure réalisation et du meilleur rôle féminin (Alla Demidova), 2004

Plot synopsis
Seeking marriage through newspaper ads, Liuba (Nina Ruslanova), a nurse, is bilked by a stranger whom she mistakes for her new date. Liuba's elderly girlfriend, Anna Sergeevna (Alla Demidova) is defrauded in a different fashion: having placed an ad for a piano tuner, she is entrapped by Andrei (Georgii Deliev), who is not only an excellent tuner, but also a reasonably good scam artist. Andrei and his current lover, Lina (played by Russia's newest cult figure, Renata Litvinova), attempt to gain the women's trust by retrieving Liuba's money. Placing their own fake ad in a newspaper so as to locate the suspect, Andrei and Lina return the stolen money, then swindle both women through an elaborate forgery scheme—in a word, normal human nature à la Muratova.
Source : www.rusfilm.pitt.edu
 

Commentaries and bibliography
Kira Muratova, The Tuner [Nastroishchik] (2004), Nancy CONDEE, kinokultura.com, 2005
 

Selected in the following festivals :
- Europe around Europe, Paris (France), 2014
- Rotterdam International Film Festival, Rotterdam (Netherlands), 2013
- Odessa International Film Festival, Odessa (Ukraine), 2010
- Europe around Europe, Paris (France), 2009
- Moscow International Film Festival (MIFF), Moscow (Russia), 2009
- Days of Russian cinema in Limoges, Limoges (France), 2008
- Retrospective Kira Muratova, Moscow (Russia), 2008
- Days of Russian cinema in Valence, Valencia (France), 2006
- Russian Art Festival, Cannes (France), 2006
- Golden Eagle awards, Moscow (Russia), 2006
- Festival Kinoblick, Stuttgart (Germany), 2005
- Rotterdam International Film Festival, Rotterdam (Netherlands), 2005
- Moscow International Film Festival (MIFF), Moscow (Russia), 2005
- Toronto International Film Festival, Toronto (Canada), 2004
- "NIKA" Prizes, Moscow (Russia), 2004
- Annual award of the Guild of Historians of Cinema and Film Critics, Moscow (Russia), 2004


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