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Liubov Matyunina
Любовь Матюнина
Lioubov Matiunina
 
Russia / Netherlands, 2014, 15 mn 
experimental

Who Can Be Happy and Free?

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Кому на Руси жить хорошо?

 

 Pour qui fait-il bon de vivre en Russie ?

 Komu na Russi zhit khorosho?


 
Directed by : Liubov Matyunina (Любовь Матюнина)
Based on "Who Is Happy in Russia?" a poem written by Nikolay Nekrasov
Cinematography : Liubov Matyunina (Любовь Матюнина)
Editing : Liubov Matyunina (Любовь Матюнина)
Produced by : Liubov Matyunina (Любовь Матюнина)
 

Plot synopsis
The film is inspired by a poem written in the 19th century by Nikolay Nekrasov. Nekrasov started writing “Who is happy and free in Russia” straight after the serfdom abolition in 1863 and had been working on it for 14 years. The poem tells the story of seven free men, and their travels on a long journey all over Russia, trying to answer the question: who is happy and free? In the 21st century those seven free men have come back to the same road in search of happiness, but this time in the context of contemporary Russia.
 

Selected in the following festivals :
- Rotterdam International Film Festival, Rotterdam (Netherlands), 2015


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