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Mumin SHAKIROV
Мумин ШАКИРОВ
Moumine CHAKIROV
 
Russia, 2013, 56 mn 
Colour, documentary

Holocaust - is that wallpaper glue ?

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Холокост – клей для обоев ?

 

 Holocauste - une colle pour papiers peints ?

 Kholokost – kley dlya oboev ?


 
Directed by : Mumin SHAKIROV (Мумин ШАКИРОВ)
Writing credits : Mumin SHAKIROV (Мумин ШАКИРОВ)
Cinematography : Vyacheslav MAKARYEV (Вячеслав МАКАРЬЕВ)
Music : Akhmad BAKAEV (Ахмад БАКАЕВ)
Sound : Vyacheslav MAKARYEV (Вячеслав МАКАРЬЕВ)
Produced by : Mumin SHAKIROV (Мумин ШАКИРОВ)
Production : Bactria Film
 

Awards :
Best Screenplay International Documentary Film Festival "Flahertiana", Perm (Russia), 2014

Plot synopsis
The Karatygin sisters received what all the other young people dream about – become famous in Russia. This is why they came to participate in a MUZ-TV programme “The Utterly Stunning”. This not so clever quiz show usually does not cover topics one would have during exams and unexpectedly the girls were asked what the word “Holocaust” meant. The girls replied that it was some glue for wall paper. This episode of the show received an enormous number of clicks on YouTube and raised a lot of questions about the Russian education and about the girls themselves. Meeting with the Karatygin girls inspired an idea: arrange a trip for them to Auschwitz in Poland, show them and tell them about the place where one of the most horrific tragedies of the 20th century took place.
 

Selected in the following festivals :
- International Documentary Film Festival "Flahertiana", Perm (Russia), 2014
- Russian Documentary Film Festival in New York (Tribeca), New York (USA), 2014
- Moscow International Film Festival (MIFF), Moscow (Russia), 2013


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