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Living In Peace  //  Mirnaja žizň (Orig.)

DIR: Antoine Cattin, Pavel Kostomarov
2004 / Russia / 52 min

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War has been raging in Chechnya since December 1994. Sultan lost his wife and his home. For a chance at a new life, he flees to a small village in the Russian countryside with his son Apti. The two of them are hired to repair the stables in a kolkhoze. What is life like, away from the bombs, in relative peace? Sultan and Apti face a Russian society in disarray. The father’s integrity will remain intact until the end, but what about his son’s, this young man uprooted from his past? Should he trust a young Russian from the village who is about to go play war in Chechnya ? Can he belong in a society that pushes him away and offers him no future, or must he return to his troubled native land?

About

Director Antoine Cattin, Pavel Kostomarov
Screenplay
Dir. of Photography Pavel Kostomarov
Editing Antoine Cattin, Pavel Kostomarov
Music
Sound Antoine Cattin
Duration 52 min
Year 2004
Country Russia
Colour Colour
Tags poetic, relationships, rural society, society, war
Production Kinoko
Kinoko
Address:  Le Champe
City:  CH-2826 Corban
Country:  Switzerland
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