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Aleksandr KUZNETSOV (5)
Александр КУЗНЕЦОВ (5)
Aleksandr KOUZNETSOV (5)
 
Russia / France, 2016, 77 mn 
documentary

We'll Be Alright

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Освобождение. Инструкция по применению

 

 Manuel de libération

 Osvobozhdenie. Instruktsia po osvobozhdeniu


 
Directed by : Aleksandr KUZNETSOV (5) (Александр КУЗНЕЦОВ (5))
Writing credits : Aleksandr KUZNETSOV (5) (Александр КУЗНЕЦОВ (5))
Cinematography : Aleksandr KUZNETSOV (5) (Александр КУЗНЕЦОВ (5))
Sound : Aleksandr KALASHNIKOV (Александр КАЛАШНИКОВ)
Editing : Aleksandr ABATUROV (Александр АБАТУРОВ)
Other persons :
Producteur: Rebecca HOUZEL
Production : Petit à Petit Production
Release date in Russia : 03/12/2016
 
Release date in France : 2016-10-19, Site

Awards :
Jury Prize Aye Aye Film Festival Nancy-Lorraine, Nancy (France), 2016
Interreligious award Nyon International Documentary Film Festival "Visions du réel", Nyon (Switzerland), 2016
Jury Prize Nyon International Documentary Film Festival "Visions du réel", Nyon (Switzerland), 2016

Plot synopsis
A story of the Siberian province. Girls passed directly on from orphanage to neuropsychiatric institutions are deprived of their rights as citizens: no freedom, no work, and no family. The path to reconquer these rights, in the face of fearsome Russian institutional bureaucracy, is long and difficult. At times, someone succeeds, but the new freedom is then a leap into the unknown... The path of these young “fighters”, full of inner rage, courage and obstinacy, is striking. We are very impressed by the talent of Alexander Kuznetsov and his capacity to listen and observe. The film has a formidable narrative progression — simple and implacable. The camera is always at the right distance and, through its capture of space, gives us the real dimension of the drama that the protagonists are experiencing. It also remains very discreet with regard to their emotions, like in the final scenes, where everything is said in the luminosity of a glance or the empty space of a closed window. A striking “liberation user guide”.
Source: https://www.visionsdureel.ch/
 

Selected in the following festivals :
- Days of Russian cinema, Aix les Bains (France), 2017
- Russian Film Festival, Orléans (France), 2017
- Message to Man : International Short, Documentary and Animated Film Festival, St Petersburg (Russia), 2017
- Release in France of the film, Different cities (France), 2016-10-19
- Aye Aye Film Festival Nancy-Lorraine, Nancy (France), 2016
- International Art Documentary Film Festival "Artdocfest", Moscow (Russia), 2016
- Nyon International Documentary Film Festival "Visions du réel", Nyon (Switzerland), 2016

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