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Days of Russian cinema start in Tokyo

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Days of Russian cinema start in Tokyo


02.10.2017

Days of Russian cinema started today on October 2 in Tokyo, TASS informs. The festival bill comprises seven movies shot by Russian directors over the last two years. The demonstrations will be arranged in United Cinemas at the popular tourist district of Odaiba.

According to organizers, the entrance for all movies is free.

The first movie on the agenda is directed by Eduard Bordukov and called The Box. Its plot is about life of Moscow teenagers and their peers who came to Moscow from the Southern regions of the country.

The Good Boy by Oksana Karas is planned for the next day. The main character of the movie is Kolya Smirnov. The movie is about his adventures, first love and his relations in the family.

Apart from this, The Lyrisms movie by Nikolai Burlak, drama by Oleg Asadulin titled The Green Carriage, Dream Fish by Anton Bilzho and The Bird with Ivan Okhlobystin in the leading part will be demonstrated to the audience. One of the demonstrations will take place at Russian Embassy in Japan. The movie titled The White Nights based on the novel by Fyodor Dostoyevsky will wrap up the festival programme.

It is worth reminding that retrospective of eight films by director Andrey Tarkovsky took place as a part of the annual Festival of Russian culture in Japan.

As the Russkiy Mir Foundation reported earlier, Russian Seasons festival in Japan included the latest film by Russian film director Andrey Konchalovsky titled Paradise.

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