"Sonuncu" ("The last one") is a short film about World War II veteran, who is the last alive person in the world. Lonely old man is lost in time, in space ... He has been living in his own world for a long time, talking with a fridge, and hiding the past in it...
Sometimes, all we need is a mirror. Look at yourself. Look very honestly. Consider your face and love it. Love your soul, full of painful questions that can't find out of beautiful Today. And look at yesterday with eyes of hopeful child, with eyes of teenager full of doubt, and love your Yesterday, Today and its misty, any Tomorrow. Because nothing is never clear and true. Because our whole life is a search for questions, answers and compromises. Because all our live is a great miracle.
Alex and Anna are just married. An unexpected encounter with another man turns their family peace. Lovers become strangers, casual companion becomes the best man, and own child is now inconvenient obstacle to happiness.
The second feature film from the young Russian documentarian features 'Everybody Dies But Me' star Agniya Kuznetsova who plays a young, inquisitive girl from the outskirts of Moscow, embarking on a coming-of-age adventure within the city’s bohemian artist community. At the centre is a story of first love and innocence lost, as our heroine begins a fledgling romance with an ambitious yet unrecognised artist, which will forever inform her outlook on life.
After the death of her lover, Musaeva is in a big depression. Just before her lover died, he composed a melody that got stuck in her head. One day an unknown taxi driver who gives her a ride tells her to have fun. Desperate Musaeva tries to use his piece of advice. "Inside the music" is the last of the trilogy about women and music. Previous parts "Life After" with Agrippina Steklova playing the main role and "Passion for Matfey where music is used from Mitropolit Illarion's mess.
By My Side is a poetic meditation on our inability to notice the most important thing in life: love. It is an exploration of our tendency to hide from love and bar it from our lives; to unknowingly push it away, bewildered by our own feelings, even when it appears in the guise of a regular, flesh-and-blood woman. And yet, it always comes back...
The movie tells about the young woman in modern Moscow which is compelled to survive in the conditions of the rigid competition not only at work, but also in private life. The heroine doesn't manage to hear the desires in continuous vanity and diligence to keep in the megalopolis. Hurrying on protection of the project on which its future career depends, it nearly doesn't force down the small child who oddly has appeared on the carriageway.
Evening of memory of Alexey Balabanov. It is the second notable screen version of Kafka’s unfinished novel The Castle. It is a sophisticated and ambiguous parable of an individual desperately trying to preserve his identity while struggling against sinister and invisible bureaucrats who rule the village from inside the titular castle. This funny, somewhat bizarre, and distinctive film won official selections to film festivals in Montreal and Rotterdam, and two national Nika Awards.
A film about first love of Anton Semitsvetikov to arrogant classmate. He agrees to make her seven dreams come true, though every next desire is harder than the previous one. Nevertheless, with the little help of his friends and granny, he manages to bring all the desires of the girl to life. Of course in the end of the film, hero would be "Ten Minutes Older" and will understand and reconsider my things...
Aloof graduate student Anya is on the run from the police when she encounters precocious and willful Kristina, an orphan determined to find her grandmother in Kazakhstan. Kristina offers a momentary solution to Anya’s desperate situation, and the unlikely pair begins a harrowing and unpredictable odyssey, hitchhiking across the epic landscapes of Russia and its neighboring countries. I Won’t Come Back is a visceral look at survival and a heartfelt exploration into the depths of friendship and the meaning of family.
The movie opens in Weimar in the fall of 1787, where the beautiful but somewhat awkward Charlotte (Henriette Confurius), called Lollo, has been dispatched to live with her godmother (the delightful Maja Maranow), an intimate of Goethe, to refine her ladylike ways and, hopefully, find a husband.
For some of the most amazing characters you come across in history, just how they fit into the picture only becomes clear after a long time. 'Their biographical narratives go far beyond themselves,’ Christoffer Boe rightly commented about the protagonists of this black tragicomedy: tour operator Simon Spies (played by R and Borgen star Pilou Asbaek) and tax lawyer Mogens Glistrup (the equally well-known Nicolas Bro).