The Director and his team appeared on fotocelle film “Dislike”, which will compete for the main prize at the Cannes film festival. The film producer Alexander Rodnyansky entered in the main competition of the show.
On the second day of the Cannes film festival was held Photocall command of the Russian film “Dislike”. Picture of Director Andrey Zvyagintsev presents among the works that claim to be the “Palme d’or”, the main prize of the show.
Together with the Director and the main cast on the red carpet appeared the film’s producer Alexander Rodnyansky. Filmmakers said that the actors Maryana Spivak and Alex met for the first time attend an event of this magnitude.
“For the lead actors of the film “Dislike” Alexey Rozin and Maryana Spivak began the first, eventful, festival day: photo shoot and interview for the French press, then international press Photocall on the roof of the Palais des Festivals and our big press conference. And this is only the first half of the day, evening, red carpet and the Prime Minister”, – said the producer.
The film Andrei Zvyagintsev’s “Dislike” on the relationship of Boris and Eugene, who live many years together, but gradually, their marriage begins to disintegrate. They spun novels on the side and look forward to the divorce. The husband and wife quarrel regularly and forget that they have a son Alyosha, education which needs to be addressed. As a result, 12-year-old out of the house.
Many critics believe that the film will be a success with European audiences. For the film festival was specially created English-language poster. Rodnyansky told reporters that Zvyagintsev may not overcome the aversion to flashy and superficial way of attracting the attention of the audience. “Dislike” is a profound study of human nature, human destiny and, of course, the moral state of society. And all this is hidden behind the private history of a Moscow family is experiencing a painful divorce,” said the producer told reporters.
We will remind that Andrey Zvyagintsev has won awards at the Cannes film festival. In 2011, the jury appreciated the film “Elena”, and three years later, the film “Leviathan” received the prize in the nomination “Best screenplay”.
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