LAND OF OBLIVION


LAND OF OBLIVION

   


     

April 26, 1986. On that day, Anya and Piotr celebrate their marriage. Little Valery and his father Alexei, a physicist at the power station in Chernobyl, plant an apple tree. Nikolai, the forest warden, makes his rounds in the surrounding woods. Then, an accident occurs at the power station. Insidiously, the radioactivity transforms nature. Piotr, a volunteer fireman, leaves to extinguish the flames. He never returns. A few days later, the population is evacuated. Alexei, forced to keep silent by the authorities, prefers to disappear. Ten years later, the city of Pripiat has become a no man’s land and a bizarre tourist attraction...

Direction : Michale Boganim
Production :Yael Fogiel & Laëtitia Gonzalez - Les Films du Poisson
Screenwriting : Michale Boganim, Anne Weil & Antoine Lacomblez
Pays : France, Germany & Poland
Année : 2011
Durée : 103 minutes
Format : DCP l En couleurs
In Russian, French & Ukrainian with Arabic, English & French subtitles.

TECHNICAL TEAM
Cinematography
Yorgos Arvanitis
Editing
Anne Weil & Thierry Derocles
Music
Leszek Mosder

CAST
Olga Kurylenko (Anya), Illya Iosivof (Valery), Andrzej Chyra (Alexeï), Vyacheslav Slanko (Nikolaï), Serguei Strelnikov (Dmitri), Nikita Emshanov (Piotr)

WORLD SALES
Le Pacte
5, rue Darcet
75017 Paris
France
Tel : +33 1 44 69 59 59
Fax : +33 1 44 69 59 42
Email : sales@le-pacte.com
www.le-pacte.com


 
 
     

MICHALE BOGANIM
Born in 1975 in Israel, Michale Boganim came to Paris to study both anthropology and cinema (with Jean Rouch). Back to Israel, she continued her education in philosophy, worked in photography and attended filmmaking classes at the National Film and Television School. Her short film Dim Memories (2002) was awarded at Director’s Fortnight and Berlin Film Festival, her documentary Odessa…Odessa (2005) selected in more than 50 festivals. Land of Oblivion is her feature debut..

 


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