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Sumerki (2004)

 -  Short | Drama  -  23 March 2004 (USA)
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It is the white nights of the northern Russian summer, a time of neither night nor day. A woman searches the streets of St. Petersburg for her missing daughter while coping with the ... See full summary »

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Konstantin Anisimov ...
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It is the white nights of the northern Russian summer, a time of neither night nor day. A woman searches the streets of St. Petersburg for her missing daughter while coping with the indifference and ineptitude of a destitute bureaucracy. Another child appears, providing her with a fleeting moment of emotional respite. A second tragedy emboldens the woman to make a critical choice. Written by Anonymous

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In the midst of loss, a glimmer of hope.

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A great little film!
8 November 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This film is the first public work of a rare new talent. Gamburg handles a tough story with extreme delicacy, and has used her storytelling ability with great skill. Her handling of the cinematic language is a joy, and one can only wait with hopeful anticipation for more work from her.

I'm not surprised that some people gave it a low score -- after all, it is in Russian with subtitles and US audiences want the filmmaker to do everything for them except eat the popcorn.

This isn't a date movie, and it will get you thinking -- and keep you thinking. If "Twilight" keeps winning awards, you'll see the full-length version of this great film in the theaters within a couple of years.


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