USSR, 1991, 88mn 
Colour, fiction
Hey, You Geese
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Ой вы гуси...


 Oh vous mes oies...

 oy, vy, gusi

Other titles : Hey, You Wild Geese
Directed by : Lidia BOBROVA (Лидия БОБРОВА)
Writing credits : Lidia BOBROVA (Лидия БОБРОВА)
Yuri BOBROV (Юрий БОБPОВ) ...Petka
Vasili FROLOV (Василий ФРОЛOВ) ...Sanya
Svetlana GAYTAN (Светлана ГАЙТАН)
Marina KUZNETSOVA (Марина КУЗНEЦOВA) ...Natashka
Viacheslav SOBOLEV (Вячecлaв СОБOЛEВ) ...Mitra
Galina VOLKOVA (Галина ВОЛКOВA) ...Raya
Marina YOURASOVA (Марина ЮРАСОВА) ...Lyubka
Cinematography : Sergey ASTAKHOV (Сергей АСТАХОВ)
Production design : Gennadi POPOV (Геннадий ПОПОВ)
Sound : Oxana STRUGINA (Оксана СТРУГИНА)
Production : Lenfilm
Release date in Russia : 2002
Language russe
format : 35 mm
Site : IMDb
Release date in France : 2002-01-30, Site

Awards :
Best first film, Films for the elite, Open Russian Film Festival Kinotavr, Sochi (Russia), 1992
Prix du Festival d'Angers en 2002

Plot synopsis
Dusty faraway Cossack village. When the father dies, he bequests to his three sons – Mitka, Sanka and Petka – an old house, a clock and a bayan… and also the tune “Hey you, wild geese”. The story of the fall and degeneration of one family from a Russian out-of-the-way village becomes a metaphor of our existence.

Commentaries and bibliography
90-е. Кино, которое мы потеряли, Larisa MALUKOVA, Зебра Е ; 2007 г., 2007

Selected in the following festivals or events :
- Moscow International Film Festival (MIFF), Moscow (Russia), 2019
- Moscow International Film Festival (MIFF), Moscow (Russia), 2017
- Festival "All our German", Moscow (Russia), 2010
- Angers Festival Premiers Plans, Angers (France), 2008
- International debut film festival, Khanty Mansiysk (Russia), 2008
- Moscow International Film Festival (MIFF), Moscow (Russia), 2007
- Moscow International Film Festival (MIFF), Moscow (Russia), 2003
- Release in France of the film, Different cities (France), 2002-01-30
- Nantes Russian Film Festival, Nantes (France), 2001
- FEMA / La Rochelle International Film Festival, La Rochelle (France), 1995
- Open Russian Film Festival Kinotavr, Sochi (Russia), 1992