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Vladimir KHOTINENKO
Владимир ХОТИНЕНКО
Vladimir KHOTINENKO
 
Russia, 2004, 90 mn 
Colour, fiction

72 meters

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72 метра

 

 72 mètres

 72 metra


 
Directed by : Vladimir KHOTINENKO (Владимир ХОТИНЕНКО)
Writing credits : Vladimir KHOTINENKO (Владимир ХОТИНЕНКО), Valery ZOLOTUKHA (Валерий ЗАЛОТУХА)
 
Cast
Marat BASHAROV (Марат БАШАРОВ)
Vladislav GALKIN (Владислав ГАЛКИН)
Sergey GARMASH (Сергей ГАРМАШ)
Chulpan KHAMATOVA (Чулпан ХАМАТОВА)
Andrei KRASKO (Андрей КРАСКО)
Sergey MAKOVETSKY (Сергей МАКОВЕЦКИЙ)
Gleb MATVEYCHUK (Глеб МАТВЕЙЧУК)
Artiom MIKHALKOV (Артем МИХАЛКОВ)
Dmitry ULIANOV (Дмитрий УЛЬЯНОВ)
 
Cinematography : Ilya DIOMIN (Илья ДЕМИН)
Production design : Konstantin MELNIKOV (Константин МЕЛЬНИКОВ)
Music : Ennio MORRICONE (Эннио МОРРИКОНЕ)
Produced by : Konstantin ERNST (Константин ЭРНСТ), Anatoli MAXIMOV (Анатолий МАКСИМОВ), Leonid VERESHCHAGIN (Леонид ВЕРЕЩАГИН)
 
Site : www.1tv.ru/72/

Awards :
Best film Golden Eagle awards, Moscow (Russia), 2005
Best music Golden Eagle awards, Moscow (Russia), 2005
Aigle d'or du meilleur film, 2004

Plot synopsis
The navy lieutenant captain Peter Orlov and Ivan Myraviev have been serving in the Slav submarine for quite a time. Young and mischievous against time, they used to be best friends. In 1986 they both were assigned to Sevastopol for future service. There they met a pretty girl and fell in love with her at first sight. Nelly chose Ivan and their great friendship cracked. Later on, in the early 90s, after the Soviet Fleet division, the Slav crew refused allegiance to the Ukraine and was assigned to Severogorsk. The crew is preparing for a regular military exercise. The commander, Captain 1st Rank Gennady Yanychar announces the assigned mission. The submarine is to torpedo the maneuver enemy, then leave the area and make itself undetectable with any device at all for a certain time. Nobody in the Exercise Center knows where the submarine might go. And nobody knows it is facing a catastrophe.
 

Commentaries and bibliography
Vladimir Khotinenko: 72 metres (72 metra) (2004), Oleg SULKIN, kinokultura.com, 2004
 
Film reviewed by Oleg Sulkin, Kinokultura

Selected in the following festivals :
- Sputnik nad Polska, Warsaw (Poland), 2012
- Russian Film Week in New Delhi, New Delhi (India), 2007
- Golden Eagle awards, Moscow (Russia), 2005
- Honfleur Russian Film Festival, Honfleur (France), 2004
- Moscow International Film Festival (MIFF), Moscow (Russia), 2004
- Open Russian Film Festival Kinotavr, Sochi (Russia), 2004


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