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Paradise by Andrey Konchalovsky to Compete at Venice Film Festival
30.07.2016 22:20
Paradise by Andrey Konchalovsky to Compete at Venice Film Festival

The film Paradise (18+) by the Russian director Andrey Konchalovsky is included into the main competitive program of the 73rd Venice Film Festival.

      

      The plot hinges at the interlacing of three destinies — a Russian emigrant woman played by Yulia Vysotskaya, a French collaborator played by Philip Duken and a German Nazi officer played Victor Sukhorukov.

      

      The program of the 73rd Venice Film Festival was officially announced on Thursday, July 28. In total the main program of the oldest film festival includes 20 feature films. At the Venetian Classics program the audience will see two more Russian films, such as Black Eyes (12+) by Nikita Mikhalkov and Stalker (12+) by Andrey Tarkovsky.

      

      The 73rd Venice Film Festival will take place from August 31 to September 10, 2016.

       




Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Andrey Konchalovsky Film Festivals    

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