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2004 / Finland / 10 min
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In the mid 90's I lived in a squat in St. Petersburg, Russia. There I made friends with Marina, a Russian girl of my age with a difficult life. Later on Marina died in strange circumstances. In this film I make a journey to her grave and into my memories of her. Durochka is a film about being close, yet worlds away, a requiem for a dear, yet unknown friend.
|Dir. of Photography||JUKKA ROUHUVIRTA|
|Tags||filmic diary, poetic, portrait, private, relationships|