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Dmitriy DYACHENKO
Дмитрий ДЬЯЧЕНКО
Dmitri DIATCHENKO
 
Russia, 2011, 98 mn 
Colour, fiction

What Else Men Talk About

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О чем еще говорят мужчины

 

 De quoi parlent encore les hommes

 O chyom eshcho govoryat muzhchiny


 
Directed by : Dmitriy DYACHENKO (Дмитрий ДЬЯЧЕНКО)
Writing credits : Leonid BARATS (Леонид БАРАЦ), Rostislav KHAIT (Ростислав ХАИТ), Sergey PETREIKOV (Сергей ПЕТРЕЙКОВ)
 
Cast
Leonid BARATS (Леонид БАРАЦ) ...Lyosha
Aleksandr DEMIDOV (2) (Александр ДЕМИДОВ (2)) ...Sasha
Rostislav KHAIT (Ростислав ХАИТ) ...Slava
Camille LARIN (Камиль ЛАРИН) ...Kamil
Nonna GRISHAEVA (Нонна ГРИШАЕВА)
 
Cinematography : Andrei DEBABOV (Андрей ДЕБАБОВ)
Production design : Viktor NIKONENKO (Виктор НИКОНЕНКО)
Music : Aleksey KORTNEV (Алексей КОРТНЕВ)
Release date in Russia : 29/12/2011
 

Plot synopsis
Through ridiculous circumstances our heroes spend the entire day of 31 December together. How do they spend this time? Of course, in conversations. About what? Of course, about women - a theme that is inexhaustible; and they talk about how it has suddenly become difficult to talk with girls who are over twenty years younger; and why a phone is sometimes better held with the display downwards; and how to leave a mistress in good time; and even how you write "in general"...
 

Commentaries and bibliography
Dmitrii D’iachenko : What Else Men Talk About (O chem eshche govoriat muzhchiny, 2011), David McVEY, kinokultura.com, 2012
 

Selected in the following festivals :
- FilmFestival Cottbus - Festival of East European Cinema, Cottbus (Germany), 2012
- Open Russian Film Festival Kinotavr, Sochi (Russia), 2012
- Comic Film Festival "Ulybnis, Rossiya", Moscow (Russia), 2012


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