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Silent Souls (2010)

Ovsyanki (original title)
Not Rated | | Drama, Romance | 28 October 2010 (Russia)
Present days. A man and his companion go on a journey to cremate the dead body of the former beloved wife, on a riverbank in the area where they spent their honeymoon.

Writers:

Denis Osokin, Aist Sergeyev (novel)
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Cast

Cast overview:
Igor Sergeev Igor Sergeev ... Aist Sergeyev
Yuriy Tsurilo ... Miron Zaytsev
Yuliya Aug ... Tanya
Viktor Sukhorukov ... Vesa Sergeyev
Vyacheslav Melekhov Vyacheslav Melekhov ... Bird Seller
Larisa Domaskina Larisa Domaskina ... Policewoman Zoya
Yuliya Tushina Yuliya Tushina ... Aist's Mother
Ivan Tushin Ivan Tushin ... Young Aist
Elizaveta Sitdikova Elizaveta Sitdikova ... Rimma (as Leysan Sitdikova)
Olga Dobrina Olga Dobrina ... Yuliya
Sergey Yarmolyuk Sergey Yarmolyuk ... Inspector
Olga Gileva Olga Gileva ... Shop Assistant
Artyom Khabibulin Artyom Khabibulin ... Shop Assistant
Viktor Gerrat Viktor Gerrat ... Electrician
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Storyline

Present days. A man and his companion go on a journey to cremate the dead body of the former beloved wife, on a riverbank in the area where they spent their honeymoon.

Plot Summary | Plot Synopsis

Taglines:

In this land there are only two gods: love and water.

Genres:

Drama | Romance

Certificate:

Not Rated | See all certifications »
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Trivia

To prepare for the role, Igor Sergeyev played several games of tennis before shooting See more »

Connections

Featured in At the Movies: Venice Film Festival 2010 (2010) See more »

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People have forgotten their ancient "sacred words" and their psyche is constantly changing, but there are moments that remind us who we are and who we once were.
3 December 2010 | by meisterjaanSee all my reviews

I saw this film 8 hours ago on a big screen and I'm still spelled.

The camera work was very precise and poetic just as the structure of the story line and acting. This movie is very slow, yet very intense. Every scene generates so much thought in the viewer and leaves room for imagination, so that after the first few scenes my mind was swinging in the shamanic rhythm of the movie. I actually saw some older people lightly dandling themselves in that rhythm.

It's much more than just a story of a nation that is disappearing. It is a story of all the human culture and the mortality of it. The mortality of our beloved paradigms. Yet this film looked at life from the brighter side. Everything disappears, but so what? Nothing lasts, but nothing is lost.


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Official Sites:

Official site [Russia]

Country:

Russia

Language:

Russian

Release Date:

28 October 2010 (Russia) See more »

Also Known As:

Le dernier voyage de Tanya See more »

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Box Office

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$563,554
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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