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Beyond the Ocean (2000)

Not Rated | | Drama | 22 January 2000 (USA)
A young pregnant Russian woman heads to New York to find father of her child in this brooding drama. The film alternates scenes from Pitsee's experiences in America with flashbacks to her ... See full summary »

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Cast

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Dasha Volga ...
Adult Pitsee (as Darya Volga)
Tatyana Kamina ...
Young Pitsee
Rita Kamina ...
Pitsee (4 Year Old)
Rik Nagel ...
Alex 'Sasha' Kuznetsova
Sage Galesi ...
Dogwalker
Tatyana Kuznetsova ...
Grandmother Mohi
Donovan Barton ...
Uncle Alyosha
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Bike Messenger
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Seva
Aleksey Khardikov ...
Father (as Aleksei Khardikov)
Yelena Antimova ...
Irena, Pitsee's Mother
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Angry Drunk (as Aleksandr Tutin)
Igor Filippov ...
Mother's Love
Mikhail Mudrov ...
Fighting Boy (as Misha Mudrov)
Aleksandr Salminov ...
Fighting Boy (as Sasha Salminov)
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Storyline

A young pregnant Russian woman heads to New York to find father of her child in this brooding drama. The film alternates scenes from Pitsee's experiences in America with flashbacks to her traumatic childhood in her homeland. In New York, she tracks down Alex -- the scoundrel who impregnated her -- but since he's involved with another woman, he foists the new immigrant on his DJ friend Dogwalker. Written by goeastfilm

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Drama

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Not Rated
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Also Known As:

Tam za okeanom  »

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2.35 : 1
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Dark, gloomy, odd
1 May 2000 | by (Texas) – See all my reviews

If I had written this review as I left the theater, it would have been vastly different. Though I felt that the acting was excellent, the lack of a coherent plot and a "beginning, middle, end" type of story left me feeling cheated. I was simply annoyed with the director for wasting my time.

Over the next day, though, something happened to my perception of the movie. As I was sitting and chatting at a Sunday brunch with a dozen people or so, I kept having images from this movie flit through my mind... Connections with my life and with the conversations ranging over a dozen subjects kept materializing. This is particularly surprising because I had seen "Beyond the Ocean" at a film festival and it was just one of nine movies I had seen over the preceding three days.

I was so put off by the movie that I left before the Q&A session with the director. I wish I could have talked with him the next day.


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