Sergey LOBAN
Сергей ЛОБАН
Sergueï LOBAN
Russia, 2005, 110mn 
Colour, fiction
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Directed by : Sergey LOBAN (Сергей ЛОБАН)
Writing credits : Marina POTAPOVA (Марина ПОТАПОВА)
Aleksey AGEYEV (Алексей АГЕЕВ) ...Kloubnik
Psoi KOROLENKO (Псой КОРОЛЕНКО) ...Frère Pavel
Pyotr MAMONOV (Пётр МАМОНОВ) ...Professeur
Larisa PIATNITSKAIA (Лариса ПЯТНИЦКАЯ) ...Psychologue
Dmitry PIMENOV (Дмитрий ПИМЕНОВ)
Aleksey PODOLSKY (Алексей ПОДОЛЬСКИЙ) ...Liocha
Cinematography : Dmitry MODEL (Дмитрий МОДЕЛЬ)
Produced by : Mikhail SINYOV (Михаил СИНЕВ)
Production : SVOI 2000 (Экспериментальное Творческое объединение СВОИ 2000)
Release date in Russia : 14/07/2005
Sites :, trailer

Plot synopsis
Existential drama with elements of fantasy.
Dust ñ that is people rushing every day. But there is a scientist who knows more than others about the workings of the universe. He knows that specks of dust can be researched and cured. The scientist does not refrain from cooperation with the Federal Security Bureau, thanks to whom he finds the 24-year-old infantile Alesha Sergeev, who visits him for tests. Alesha is friable, flabby, and short sighted. Having experienced for some time what life is like in a strong and healthy body, Alesha is prepared to do anything to retrieve both the body and that life...
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Commentaries and bibliography
Sergei Loban : Dust (Pyl'), 2005, Yelena PROKHOROVA,, 2006

Selected in the following festivals or events :
- Era New Horizons IFF, Wroclaw (Poland), 2013
- Sputnik nad Polska, Warsaw (Poland), 2012
- Internet-festival "Rossiskaya Gazeta" Dubl DV@, Different cities (Russia), 2012
- Film Festival of CIS countries, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia "Kinoshock", Anapa (Russia), 2011
- International Film Festival of the Commonwealth Countries "Moscow Premiere", Moscow (Russia), 2010
- Festival de Cannes, Cannes (France), 2006
- Festival Kinoblick, Stuttgart (Germany), 2006
- Annual award of the Guild of Historians of Cinema and Film Critics, Moscow (Russia), 2005
- Moscow International Film Festival (MIFF), Moscow (Russia), 2005