Pavel Ruminov

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Pavel Ruminov was born on November 25, 1974 in Vladivostok, Primorskiy kray, RSFSR, USSR as Pavel Yurevich Ruminov. He is a director and writer, known for I'll Be Around (2012), Dizlayk (2016) and Deadline (2004). See full bio »

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I'll Be Around Director
Dizlayk Director
Deadline Director
Dead Daughters Director


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 2019 Uspekh
 2016 Dizlayk
 2016 Love Machine
 2011 Ya budu ryadom (TV Series)
 2010 Dva chasa
 2009 Circumstances
 2008 Mushketeer's Visit (Video)
 2008 Zelyonyy teatr v Zemfire (Documentary) (video "Pochemu")
 2007 Mumiy Troll. Mtvidenie '97-'06 (Video) (videos "Utekay 2", "Moya pevitsa")
 2005 Nayk Borzov DVD 10 (Video) (video "Nusinam")
 2004 Silent Man
 2004 Deadline
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3 Interviews | 1 Article | 1 Magazine Cover Photo | See more »

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LiveJournal [Russia]

Alternate Names:

Gerard De Chiantiis

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Personal Quote:

I think I could shoot a movie with a boot.


Caused some controversy at Rotterdam International Film Festival in 2005 after disrupting public lecture by his compatriot Ilya Khrzhanovskiy. Ruminov accused Khrjanovsky of 'trivialising history of Russian cinema in attempt to please Western audience". See more »

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