Vozvrashcheniye (2003)

Director : Andrei Zvyagintsev

Release Date : 25 June 2003 (Russia)

Genre : Drama

Cast : (Credited cast) , Vladimir Garin as Andrey , Ivan Dobronravov as Ivan , Konstantin Lavronenko as Father , Natalya Vdovina as Mother rest of cast listed alphabetically: , Yelizaveta Aleksandrova as Waitress, Lazar Dubovik as Hooligan, Lyubov Kazakova as Devushka v zerkalakh, Galina Petrova as Grandmother, Aleksei Suknovalov as Zavodila, Andrei Sumin as Man at Port

Plot : In the secluded Russian wilderness, two brothers countenance a collection of new, conflicting emotions once their father–a mature woman they main identify ended a odd man out photograph–resurfaces.

Run Time : 105 min | Turkey:99 min (TV version)

Country : Russia

Language : Russian

Filming Locations : Gulf of Finland, Russia

Company : Ren Film

Trivia : The finances of the picture remains a secret, even though inside an investigation the director with the producer hinted that it was nonetheless not wakeful to $500,000. Director Andrei Zvyagintsev furthermore referred to that the producers organized their cash serve yet prior they went as well as the flick to Venice where it was “discovered”.

Goofs : Crew or fittings visible: When Ivan is desk bound inside the car, the camera pans near to the motorized vehicle (before we envisage him snatch the binoculars along with initiate to fashion them) – since it pans history the triangular motorized vehicle transom you may possibly envisage the camera meditated inside it.

Plot Summary : Two teen Russian boys go through their father go again domestic by surprise subsequent to human being unreal for the grounds that 12 years. The father removes the boys on a anniversary to a distant island on a lake inside the north of Russia that turns into a quiz of manhood of just about mythic proportions.

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