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Beanpole

Kantemir BALAGOV

  • 국가Russia
  • 제작연도2019
  • 러닝타임139min
  • 상영포맷 DCP
  • 컬러Color
  • 장르 Social Criticism · Coming of Age · Women · War · Labor · Psychology · Human Rights · History

Program note

Kantemir BALAGOV’s second film, who rose to prominence after winning the FIPRESCI award at the Cannes Film Festival for its debut film Closeness. He received favorable reviews in the same eye as the first film. Beanpole, which means a gangling guy, is the nickname of Iya, the main character of the movie. This skinny, tall woman is as tall as can be seen everywhere. On the other hand, Martha is extremely different from Iya. These two women are the two main characters of Beanpole. The movie is set in Leningrad in 1945.

After a long war with the German army, the Soviet Union became a victor after defeating the Nazis, but Leningrad still cannot escape the wounds of the war. Hospitals are overflowing with patients without parts of their bodies and lack food and medical supplies, allowing them to meet fear and hunger everywhere. The movie focuses on the lives of the two women in this environment. Director Kantemir BALAGOV, who is known to have been influenced by Alexander SOKUROV, offers a strong screen that looks like a Russian oil painting. Light, darkness, color, and texture catch the viewers’ eyes. (Nam Dong-chul)

Credit

  • Director Kantemir BALAGOV
  • Producer Alexander RODNYANSKY / Sergey MELKUMOV
  • Cast Viktoria MIROSHNICHENKO / Vasilisa PERELYGINA / Andrey BYKOV / : Igor SHIROKOV / Konstantin BALAKIREV / Ksenia KUTEPOVA / Olga DRAGUNOVA
  • Screenplay Kantemir BALAGOV ,Alexander TEREKHOV
  • Production Company Non-Stop Production
    Russia Klimentovsky pereulok 1, building 2
    Tel:
    a.vasileva@nonstopkino.ru
  • World Sales WILD BUNCH
    France 65 rue de Dunkerque
    Tel: 33 0143132164
    Fax:
    edevos@wildbunch.eu
  • CODE
  • DATE
  • TIME
  • THEATER
  • code164
  • 날짜10-05
  • 시간10:00
  • 상영관MEGABOX Jangsan Haeundae 3
  • 12세관람가
  • code568
  • 날짜10-09
  • 시간11:00
  • 상영관MEGABOX Jangsan Haeundae 3
  • 12세관람가

Director

Director

Kantemir BALAGOV

Born in Nalchik in 1991. In 2015 completed training in the director’s workshop of A. Sokurov at the Kabardino-Balkarian State University named after K. Berbekov. During his training he made some fiction and documentary films, which took part in various domestic and international events. His short First Me(2014) was included in the almanac Global Russians. Closeness, BALAGOV’s directorial debut in full-length cinema(2017), participated at Cannes Film Festival in the Un Certain Regard section and was rewarded with FIPRESCI prize.

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