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The film "Vladivostok" received low marks at the "Kinotavr"
The film "Vladivostok", filmed in the capital of the Far East, became the anti-leader of the competitive screening at the "Kinotavr" festival. Critics have yet to watch 8 films.
The Cinema Art magazine has published an intermediate rating of the Kinotavr contest entries, indicating the marks given by the jury members. The film of the same name filmed in Vladivostok received a total of 1,6 points. The leader of the vote - the Yakut drama "Nuuchcha" by Vladimir Munkuev was awarded 4,3 points. The assessment range is from one to five points.
Film critic Yegor Belikov, representing the Art of Cinema on the current jury, gave in his TG channel annihilating recall : “… A full meter was found, about which no one had and will not have any discussions. Anton Bormatov's "Vladivostok" is an unambiguous failure, and this is confirmed by the ashamed guests of the festival, who, throughout the entire timing, slowly fled, bending over and dashing, to the exits of the hall. "The film tells the story of a young man who, after an accidental murder, tries to leave the country... The script was written by Alexey Buzin ("The decision to liquidate", "Anna Karenina. The Story of Vronsky"), directed by Anton Bormatov ("Alien", "Okolofutbola", "Olga"). The general producer of the project - Karen Shakhnazarov, announcing the release of the film, said that the idea of the film was inspired by the famous film "The Embankment of Tumans" directed by Marcel Carne.