Фильмы о российской истории в Irish Film Institute

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Date(s) - 13/12/2019 - 19/12/2019
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В Ирландском инстуте кинематографии с 13 по 19 декабря состоятся показы фильмов о России:

Художественный фильм “Дылда” (2019) – история двух молодых женщин-фронтовичек, которые возвращаются в послевоенный Ленинград и пытаются обрести новую мирную жизнь, когда и вокруг, и главное, внутри них — руины. Билеты с 9 декабря на сайте https://ifi.ie/film/beanpole/

Документальный фильм «Гражданин Х» — фильм о Михаиле Ходорковском и новейшей истории России. Билеты с 9 декабря на сайте https://ifi.ie/film/citizen-k/

About Beanpole

1945, in the immediate aftermath of the siege of Leningrad. Two women form a mutually destructive bond in an attempt to create a future life from the ruins of war. Iya (Viktoria Miroshnichenko), whose imposing height has led to her titular nickname, is a nurse in an over-crowded veterans’ hospital. Suffering from post-traumatic stress syndrome, she experiences occasional bouts of full-body paralysis that render her catatonic. Iya has acted as a caregiver to Pashka, the infant son of her friend Masha (Vasilisa Perelygina), a soldier who returns from the frontline to discover further tragedy awaits her at home. Kantemir Balagov has, in Beanpole, his second feature at the age of just 28, delivered a near masterpiece: uncompromisingly bleak, yet poised, elegant, and, at times, strikingly beautiful, it is a work of impeccable cinematic craft, with vivid central performances.

This film opens at the IFI on Friday, 13th December. Tickets will be available here from Monday, 9th December.  

About Citizen K

The latest documentary from the extraordinarily prolific Alex Gibney (Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room; Taxi to the Dark Side) is an expansive exposé of post-Soviet Russia, told from the perspective of Mikhail Khodorkovsky, a former oligarch turned political dissident. Benefiting from the chaos that ensued after the dissolution of the USSR, Khodorkovsky swiftly became the richest man in the country. But when he accused the new Putin regime of corruption, he was arrested, his assets seized, and was ultimately sentenced to ten years in prison. Today, as an exile living in London, he continues to speak out against Putin’s two-decade stranglehold on power. Expertly researched and photographed, Gibney uses Khodorkovsky’s story as a means to explore the complex interplay between oligarchy and government, and its destructive effect on the democracy.

This film opens at the IFI on Friday, 13th December. Tickets will be available here from Monday, 9th December.

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