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Anna Karenina opens Russian Cinema Days in Bratislava

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Anna Karenina opens Russian Cinema Days in Bratislava


kinopoisk.ruRussian Cinema Days started in the capital of Slovakia the day before, TASS informs. The Anna Karenina. Vronsky’s Story movie directed by Karen Shakhnazarov opened the festival. Its director presented the movie personally in Bratislava.

According to him, he has brought his works to Slovakia many times and knows that spectators are very pleasant here, they love Russian movies and attend film demonstrations with pleasure and greet national filmmakers warmly. Karen Shakhnazarov expressed hope that this film demonstration will be a story of success.

As per the Deputy Minister of Culture of Slovakia Ivan Sechik, the festival is one of the central cultural exchange events between the two countries this year. He has reminded that Days of Russian Cinema have been conducted in Bratislava many times. Spectators always wait for this festival hoping to watch films by famous directors as well as to get to now new names too.

Russian Cinema Days cinema in Slovakia interchange with Slovak Cinema Days in Russia. Each country invites filmmakers twice a year.

The festival bill this year contains such movies as The Duelist by Mizgirev, The Good Boy by Karas, Queen of Spades by Lungin, Paradise by Konchalovsky, Earthquake by Andreasyan and Collector by Krasovsky. These movies will also be demonstrated at the largest resort area of Slovakia, the city of Pieshtyany.

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