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Sergey SELIANOV
Сергей СЕЛЬЯНОВ
Sergueï SELIANOV
 
Russia, 1995, 95 mn 
Colour, fiction

The Time For Sorrow Has Not Yet Come

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Время печали еще не пришло

 

 Le Temps de la tristesse n’est pas arrivé

 Vremia pechali eshcho ne prishlo


 
Directed by : Sergey SELIANOV (Сергей СЕЛЬЯНОВ)
Writing credits : Mikhail KONOVALCHUK (Михаил КОНОВАЛЬЧУК), Sergey SELIANOV (Сергей СЕЛЬЯНОВ)
 
Cast
Viktor DEMENT (Виктор ДЕМЕНТ)
Marina LEVTOVA (Марина ЛЕВТОВА)
Pyotr MAMONOV (Пётр МАМОНОВ)
Sergey PARSHIN (Сергей ПАРШИН)
Valery PRIYOMYKHOV (Валерий ПРИЕМЫХОВ)
Juris STRENGA (Юрис СТРЕНГА)
Semyon STRUGACHEV (Семён СТРУГАЧЕВ)
Mikhail SVETIN (Михаил СВЕТИН)
Petia VASILIEV (Петя ВАСИЛЬЕВ)
 
Cinematography : Denis SHCHIGLOVSKY (Денис ЩИГЛОВСКИЙ)
Music : Vladimir RADCHENKOV (Владимир РАДЧЕНКОВ)
Sound : Kirill KUZMIN (Кирилл КУЗЬМИН)
Editing : Olga AMOSOVA (Ольга АМОСОВА)
Produced by : Sergey SELIANOV (Сергей СЕЛЬЯНОВ)
Production : Lenfilm, СТВ, Roskomkino (Роскомкино)
Release date in Russia : 20/04/1995
 
Format : 35 mm

Awards :
Prix spécial au Festival « Kinotavr », 1995

Plot synopsis
Ironic parable.
In a village live a Russian, a German, a Tatar, a gipsy and a Jew. One day an unknown person appears, who calls himself the ëSurveyorí. After his appearance improbable things begin to happen to each of the villagers. The heroesí paths part, but after a while, on the eve of the new era of Aquarius, they gather once again in this sacred place... Sergei Selyanovís film is the final part of a trilogy by this widely esteemed cinematographer. But after "Name Day" and "All Soulsí Day", "The Time for Sorrow" seems like a smile of awakening after a bad dream, like a transition to summertime after winter twilight.
 

Selected in the following festivals :
- Open Russian Film Festival Kinotavr, Sochi (Russia), 2006


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