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Georgi MOLODTSOV
Георгий МОЛОДЦОВ
Gueorgui MOLODTSOV
Kirill SEDUKHIN
Кирилл СЕДУХИН
Kirill SEDOUKHINE
Olga STEFANOVA
Ольга СТЕФАНОВА
Olga STEFANOVA
 
Russia, 2012, 83 mn 
Colour, documentary

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Directed by : Georgi MOLODTSOV (Георгий МОЛОДЦОВ), Kirill SEDUKHIN (Кирилл СЕДУХИН), Olga STEFANOVA (Ольга СТЕФАНОВА)
Writing credits : Boris KARADZHEV (Борис КАРАДЖЕВ)
Cinematography : Sergey AMIRJANOV (Сергей АМИРДЖАНОВ), Georgi MOLODTSOV (Георгий МОЛОДЦОВ), Olga STEFANOVA (Ольга СТЕФАНОВА)
Produced by : Sergey MIROSHNICHENKO (Сергей МИРОШНИЧЕНКО)
Production : "Ostrov" studio
 

Awards :
Special Prize International Human Rights Film Festival, Moscow (Russia), 2012

Plot synopsis
20 years after the fall of the USSR young directors arrive at the borders of the formerly united country. Their personal stories concern people who break through the newly erected frontiers to be together.
Three novellas about Russia-Ukraine ("The Friendship of Peoples Street", Director Kirill Sedukhin), Russia-Abkhazia-Georgia ("Let Our Life Repeat Itself in Others", Director Georgy Molodtsov) and Russia-Estonia ("Time to Gather", Director Olga Stefanova) constitute one full-length documentary telling local stories in a global context.
 

Selected in the following festivals :
- Sputnik nad Polska, Warsaw (Poland), 2012
- Moscow International Film Festival (MIFF), Moscow (Russia), 2012
- International Human Rights Film Festival, Moscow (Russia), 2012
- Docfest on Internet, Different cities (Russia), 2

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