Tag Archives: Dmitriy Dyuzhev

Aleksei Balabanov – Zhmurki AKA Dead Man’s Bluff [+Extras] (2005)

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When brothers Simon and Sergei bungle an important drug deal on behalf of the local crime kingpin, they’re forced to make up for it by retrieving a lost batch of heroin. Trouble is, they have no idea where to begin. This shrewd gangster satire includes some 20 Russian film stars among its ensemble cast, cleverly costuming each big name to leave viewers guessing who’s who. Read More »

Vera Storozheva – Puteshestvie s domashnimi zhivotnymi AKA Travelling with Pets (2007)

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Natalie was 16, living in a foster home, when she was bought by a rough and unstable man. They lived at a remote station, and their loveless marriage lasted 19 years, until he died. Now free, Natalie is discovering her first love when she meets Sergei. Read More »