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DIR: Victor Kossakovsky
2002 / Rusland / 80 min

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From his apartment window in St. Petersburg, filmmaker Victor Kossakovsky has made a documentary, which he himself describes as a comedy. During one year of endless repairs for the 300th anniversary of the city, he filmed a few square meters of a St. Petersburg street. We see a woman collecting snow in her coat pocket. Drunks and policemen, young lovers...

Kossakovsky was inspired by E.T.A. Hoffmann's short story Des Vetters Eckfenster (My Cousin's Corner Window), which tells the story of a paralysed man whose sole contact to the outside world is the view from his window.

"We don't normally look at things that are right in front of us. In a way, this is an example of what can evolve in front of your eyes if you care to look. Somehow this realistic story transforms realism into the surreal, into the abstract." Victor Kossakovsky

Om Filmen

Instruktør Victor Kossakovsky
Manuskript Victor Kossakovsky
Kameramand Victor Kossakovsky
Redigering Victor Kossakovsky
Musik Alexandr Popov
Lyd Ivan Gusakov, Victor Kossakovsky
Varighed 80 min
År 2002
Land Rusland
Farve
Tags cities, observational, social issues
Produktion
Distribution Jane Balfour
Jane Balfour
Land:  Storbritannien
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Telefon:  0044 207 727 1528
Mobiltelefon:  0044 7710 769 488

Festivaler
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Best Documentary en Montreal ...

Best Documentary en Montreal FF


First Prize In Munich FF


First Prize In Florence Dei Popoli FF


Golden Centaur In St.Petersburg IFF


The Best Russian Film – Russian Critics League Prize


Russian Documentary Film & Tv League Prize “LAVR”


First Prize In Wyborg FF


First Prize In Jecaterinburg FF



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