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Natalia CHUMAKOVA
Наталья ЧУМАКОВА
Natalia TCHOUMAKOVA
Anna TSYRLINA
Анна ЦИРЛИНА
Anna TSIRLINA
 
Russia / Switzerland, 2014, 78 mn 
documentary

I don't believe in anarchy

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Здорово и вечно

 

 Super et éternel

 Zdorovo i vechno


 
Directed by : Natalia CHUMAKOVA (Наталья ЧУМАКОВА), Anna TSYRLINA (Анна ЦИРЛИНА)
Writing credits : Natalia CHUMAKOVA (Наталья ЧУМАКОВА), Anna TSYRLINA (Анна ЦИРЛИНА)
Cinematography : Natalia CHUMAKOVA (Наталья ЧУМАКОВА), Ksenia ELYAN (Ксения ЕЛЯН), Aleksandr SIMONOV (Александр СИМОНОВ)
Produced by : Boris KHLEBNIKOV (Борис ХЛЕБНИКОВ), Katerina MARSOVA (Катерина МАРСОВА), Tikhon PENDIURIN (Тихон ПЕНДЮРИН)
Release date in Russia : 08/11/2014
 

Plot synopsis
In 1984 the band Civil Defense (GrOb) was formed by Egor Letov, in the city of Omsk right in the middle of barren Siberia. Letov was a charismatic poet but also knowledgeable about Western pop and rock. To play punk in the Soviet Union and to start a band that did everything to sound bad, furthermore at a site where a concert had never before taken place, was controversial. The KGB took Letov to a mental asylum, from which it took three months to get him out. But the band became legendary and played in their original line-up until 1991, and then had a revival in 1999 and toured the USA. I Don’t Believe in Anarchy is about music, but it’s also about a country in dissolution. We get Soviet punk, but also wonderful images from the Soviet era.
 

Selected in the following festivals :
- Göteborg International Film Festival, Göteborg (Sweden), 2016


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