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Bipedalism (2005)

Pryamokhozhdenie (original title)
An entomologist and painter who moves into an old house with his family discovers the work of a mysterious scientist. He finds a cinematography archive with a completely new theory on the reasons why humans became bipedal.

Director:

Evgeniy Yufit

Writers:

Igor Khadikov (screenplay), Evgeniy Yufit (screenplay)
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Aleksandr Anikeyenko Aleksandr Anikeyenko ... (as Aleksandr Anikeenko)
Sergey Chernov
Stanislav Ilyukhin Stanislav Ilyukhin
Valeri Krishtapenko ... (as Valery Krishtapenko)
Nikolay Marton Nikolay Marton
Viktor Mikhaylov
Yelena Sapozhinskaya Yelena Sapozhinskaya
Aleksey Tarasov Aleksey Tarasov
Yury Zverlin Yury Zverlin
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An entomologist and painter who moves into an old house with his family discovers the work of a mysterious scientist. He finds a cinematography archive with a completely new theory on the reasons why humans became bipedal.

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Drama | Sci-Fi

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Not a bad movie at all!
31 December 2008 | by jerebron-1See all my reviews

I read the other review before watching the movie and feared the worst. Come on, I've seen much, much worse. This movie is an interesting mix between fact, fiction, dream and reality. The experiments are unsettling and not far from reality at all. Who knows what kind of experiments happened in the past and what is going on right now? That's the question. And the main character's father was involved (that's as much as I am giving away from the plot. And yes, there is a plot). If you want to waste your time with the usual Hollywood fare of explosions and meaningless action, yes go ahead don't watch this please! I liked it and give it a *** out of 5.


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Country:

Netherlands | Russia

Language:

Russian

Release Date:

22 April 2006 (Latvia) See more »

Also Known As:

Ar paceltu galvu See more »

Filming Locations:

Russia

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Mono
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