Ivan DYKHOVICHNY
Иван ДЫХОВИЧНЫЙ
Ivan DYKHOVITCHNY
Russia, 2006, 100mn 
Colour, fiction
Inhale - Exhale
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Вдох - Выдох

 

 Ne me quitte pas / Inspiration - expiration

 Vdokh - Vydokh

 
Directed by : Ivan DYKHOVICHNY (Иван ДЫХОВИЧНЫЙ)
Writing credits : Vladimir MOISEYENKO (Владимир МОИСЕЕНКО), Aleksandr NOVOTOTSKY (Александр НОВОТОЦКИЙ)
 
Cast
Andrei BATUKHANOV (Андрей БАТУХАНОВ)
Olga DYKHOVICHNAIA (Ольга ДЫХОВИЧНАЯ)
Igor MIRKUBANOV (Игорь МИРКУРБАНОВ)
Aleksandr RESHETNIAK (Александр РЕШЕТНЯК)
Yekaterina VOLKOVA (Екатерина ВОЛКОВА)
 
Cinematography : Maksim OSADCHY (Максим ОСАДЧИЙ)
Production design : Anastasia NEFEDOVA (Анастасия НЕФЕДОВА)
Music : Anton BATAGOV (Антон БАТАГОВ)
Sound : Yan POTOTSKY (Ян ПОТОЦКИЙ)
Editing : Yelena AFANASIEVA (Елена АФАНАСЬЕВА)
Production : D-Films (Д-Фильм)
Film revenue in Russia : 0.213 million dollars
Release date in Russia : 04/05/2006
 
Site : www.vdoh-vydoh.ru/

Plot synopsis
Love story. Psychological drama.
Misha and Vera think that they live by a single breath: they think and feel alike, they are one single whole. But one day they both suddenly realized that they are living next to a person surrounded by his own world. This happened when Kira appeared in their life. She became closer to Vera than her own husband. After seven years of happy life, Misha and Vera separate. Years have passed. Following his doctorís advice, the 35-year old architect Michael invites a call-girl for ten hours. Vera appears in answer to his call. They have the opportunity to get rid of the pain, to free their feelings from everything superfluous, to understand and forgive each other...
Source : www.kinotavr.ru
 

Commentaries and bibliography
Ivan Dykhovichnyi : Inhale―Exhale (Vdokh― Vydokh, 2006), Vida JOHNSON, kinokultura.com, 2007
 

Selected in the following festivals :
- International Festival of Contemporary Cinema «Zavtra / 2morrow», Moscow (Russia), 2009
- Russian Film Week in New Delhi, New Delhi (India), 2007
- Open Russian Film Festival Kinotavr, Sochi (Russia), 2006
- International Film Festival : Pacific Meridians, Vladivostok (Russia), 2006