Saturday, 11 June 2011
Oleg Flyangolts: Indifference - Безразличие Trailer (2011)
Russia’s “Kinotavr” film festival wound up in the Balck Sea resort city of Sochi on Saturday.
Its Grand Prix went to an Oleg Flyangolts film “Bezrazlichie” (Indifference).
The film tells about social problems of the Moscow youth in the 1960s. It took the director 20 years to finish the film.
A visually impressive film starring Fedor Bondarchuk and Alexander Bashirov, "Indifference" presents Moscow through the lens of the New Wave, combining the romance of the 60's, the recklessness of the 80's and the wisdom of the 00's. Originally filmed in 1989, "Indifference" was created as a declaration of love to Italian cinema, architecture, Moscow and a beautiful girl. After a twenty year hiatus, director Oleg Flyangolts was able to return to the film using new ideas and new technology to improve the footage captured, and at the same time managing to preserve a youthful atmosphere and mood. Subtle, intelligent and beautifully made piece of art.
Director: Oleg Flyangolts.
Cast: Fyodor Bondarchuk, Alexander Bashirov, Olga Shorin, Sergei Bragin, Artem Prokin
Official site here.