Russian Film Week Closing Night: The End of the Season
+ Q&A with producer Ekaterina Maskina and actor Andrius Paulavicius
A story of three sisters who, as the USSR collapses, find themselves living in a small Baltic town.
Dir Konstantin Khudyakov
With Yuliya Peresild, Yulia Snigir, Anna Chipovskaya, Evgeniy Tsyganov
Prolific director Konstantin Khudyakov tells a story of three sisters who, as the USSR collapses, find themselves living in a small Baltic town. Despite a decade of adjusting to life in a new country they still feel like outsiders and long to get back to Moscow. The film draws inspiration from Chekov’s play Three Sisters, and is brought to life by the formidable talent of its three female leads.
Tickets £25, concs £20 (Members pay £2 less - not £3 as per page 44 of the BFI Southbank print guide.)