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Svyatoslav PODGAEVSKIY
Святослав ПОДГАЕВСКИЙ
Sviatoslav PODGAEVSKI
 
Russia, 2017, 90 mn 
fiction

The Bride

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Невеста

 

 La Fiancée

 Nevesta


 
Directed by : Svyatoslav PODGAEVSKIY (Святослав ПОДГАЕВСКИЙ)
Writing credits : Svyatoslav PODGAEVSKIY (Святослав ПОДГАЕВСКИЙ)
 
Cast
Viktoria AGALAKOVA / GLUKHIKH (Виктория АГАЛАКОВА / ГЛУХИХ)
Vyacheslav CHEPURCHENKO (Вячеслав ЧЕПУРЧЕНКО)
Aleksandra REBYONOK (Александра РЕБЕНОК)
Igor KHRIPUNOV (Игорь ХРИПУНОВ)
Valeria DMITRIEVA (Валерия ДМИТРИЕВА)
 
Cinematography : Ivan BURLAKOV (Иван БУРЛАКОВ)
Editing : Ruslan GABDRAKHMANOV (Руслан ГАБДРАХМАНОВ)
Produced by : Zaur BOLOTAEV (Заур БОЛОТАЕВ), Dmitriy LITVINOV (Дмитрий ЛИТВИНОВ), Vladislav SEVERTSEV (Владислав СЕВЕРЦЕВ)
Other persons :
Композиторы: Хальфдан И. Нильсен / Halfdan E Nielsen, Йеспер Хансен / Jesper Hansen
Production : Студия "Десять ноль девять" / Studio "Dix Zéro neuf", Focus plus Cinema
Release date in Russia : 19/01/2017
 

Plot synopsis
Modern city girl Nastya is madly in love with her handsome Ivan. A marriage only seems to be the next logical step in their fairytale. But Nastya has to take into account that Ivan’s family are very, very traditional and they follow the customs and traditions of 19th century imperial Russia. As soon as she arrives on the estate of her betrothed, she senses that her future in-laws are not really familiar with Femen or Pussy Riot and only see her as eye-candy. But Nastya is prepared to go all the way for Ivan, even if it means undergoing an obscure ceremony dating from the dark ages of Christianity. She doesn’t suspect that the true origins of the Slavic ritual she’s about to undergo, are a lot darker. It goes back to an occult belief where signing eyes on the eye-lids of the deceased will facilitate the transfer from the dead to the land of the living.
Source: http://www.bifff.net/
 

Selected in the following festivals :
- Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival : BIFFF, Brussels (Belgium), 2017


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