It is Russia of 2007, a year before the next presidential elections. The opposition is set to act decisively and to take power. The two central figures, Anatoly and Andrey, are veteran revolutionaries. They have been members of a banned political organization for more than 10 years. Politics, however, only serves as the background to the main action, providing the environment in which the protagonists exist. It’s a story of arrogance, betrayal and the start of a new life.
Kuukulgur Film (Estonia), Jaak Kilmi (Яаак Кілмі), +3725640354/+3726177069, [email protected]
Stefan Kloos, Kloos & Co. Medien GmbH, Schlesische Straße 29/30, 10997 Berlin, +49-30-4737 298 10, [email protected]
2008 – Special Mention at Jihlava IDFF; Honorary Mention at DokLeipzig IDAF; 2009 – Laur Russian National Award
Aliona Polunina was born in 1977 in Russia. Before making documentaries she studied painting, and at the beginning of the 2000s she was a copy-editor in glossy and life-style magazines. In 2002 she won an educational grant and was enrolled in the Higher Courses for Script Writers and Producers, department of nonfiction films.
Yes, Death (2004), Sacrum (Holy Place) (2006), Festival (2007), Women Above (2007), The Revolution That Wasn’t (2008), Nepal Forever (2013)