Ukraina, 2011, 80mn 
Black and white, fiction
Dom s bashenkoy
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Дом с башенкой


 Dom s bashenkoy

 La Maison à la tourelle

Other titles : Будинок із баштою
Directed by : Eva NEIMAN (Ева НЕЙМАН)
Writing credits : Eva NEIMAN (Ева НЕЙМАН)
Based on the autobiographical novel by Friedrich Gorenstein
language russe
Sites : Allociné, IMDb

Plot synopsis
A 8-year-old boy is travelling with his mother towards his grandfather, but their journey is stopped when the young woman dies of typhus in an unknown town, just as poor and in ruins as any other on the way. However, the boy is determined to go on. Eva Neymann's film is a visual journey into a country covered in snow and left poor by war. This is a place of beautiful, deserted landscapes and people overcome by both need and greed. The tranquil black-and-white images created by Lithuanian cameraman Rimmvydas Leipus masterfully evoke the atmosphere of the Second World War's penultimate year in the Soviet Union. The picture was based on motifs drawn from the autobiographical story of the same name by writer and screenwriter Friedrich Gorenstein, who also penned the script for Tarkovsky's Solaris.

La Maison à la Tourelle [Eva Neïman, 2011], Joël CHAPRON, Utopia Avignon, 2013:11:20-12:24, 339, 2013
Entretien avec Eva Neymann pour La Maison à La Tourelle, Eva NEIMAN, Olivier ROSSIGNOT, Interview, culturopoing.com, 2013
Eva Neymann – La Maison à la Tourelle (2011), Olivier ROSSIGNOT et Christophe SEGUIN, culturopoing.com, 2013
Joël CHAPRON autour de LA MAISON A LA TOURELLE, Joël CHAPRON, A3 Distribution, 2013

Selected in the following festivals :
- Un Week-end à l'Est, Paris (France), 2017
- Cycle de cinéma ukrainien au MuCEM, Marseille (France), 2014
- Festival de films russes Kinorama au cinéma Royal de Biarritz, Biarritz (France), 2014
- Nantes Russian Film Festival, Nantes (France), 2014
- Days of Russian cinema, Aix les Bains (France), 2014
- Honfleur Russian Film Festival, Honfleur (France), 2013