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Bohnenstange

A film by Kan­t­e­mir Balagov. In Rus­si­an with Ger­man sub­tit­les.

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1945, Lenin­grad. World War II has devas­ta­ted the city, demo­li­shing its buil­dings and lea­ving its citi­zens in tat­ters, phy­si­cal­ly and mental­ly. Alt­hough the sie­ge – one of the worst in histo­ry – is final­ly over, life and death con­ti­nue their batt­le in the wre­cka­ge that remains. Two young women, Iya and Masha, search for mea­ning and hope in the strugg­le to rebuild their lives amongst the ruins. Jes­si­ca Kiang, Varie­ty, calls it a “slow, fero­cious, and extra­or­di­na­ry second film from bla­zing 27-year-old Rus­si­an talent Kan­t­e­mir Balagov.”

 
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Дылда  Dyl­da
RU 2019, 139 Min., russ. OmU
Regie: Kan­t­e­mir Balagov
Kame­ra: Kse­nia Ser­e­da
Schnitt: Igor Litonins­kiy
mit: Vik­to­ria Miro­sh­ni­chen­ko, Vasi­li­sa Perely­gi­na, And­rey Bykov, Igor Shiro­kov

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