Andrey Zvyagintsev has won the main prize at the film festival in Munich

Андрей Звягинцев получил главный приз на кинофестивале в Мюнхене
The film “Dislike” conquered the jury.

Andrey Zvyagintsev

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New drama by Andrei Zvyagintsev, which already conquered the audience
and critics at Cannes, awarded the Grand prize at the international film festival in
Munich. Together with “Dislike” in the main competition program of CineMasters was
the films “happy ending” by Michael Haneke, “the Young Godard” Michel
Hazanavichus, “Fatal temptation” Sofia Coppola’s other films.

“We are very happy to win our film at such a significant
film festival as the 35th festival in Munich, said the film’s producer Alexander Rodnyansky, who flew to the Munich festival prize. — Talent Andrew
Zvyagintsev, allowing many to tell a familiar story of family crisis
relationship fresh, emotional and deep, making his films
universal and understandable in any geographical point of the world. Sure success
the film “Dislike” at international film festivals contributes to a long life
of the film and its rolling destiny”.

The film tells about the modern Moscow family,
experiencing a heavy painful divorce. The main characters (Jack and Boris) – more
spouses, but each of them has actually started a new Chapter in life, and because they
can’t wait to do away with the formalities and divorce. In a series of conflicts and
endless claims, Eugene and Boris neglected his only
child, 12-year-old Alyosha, who feels the absolute uselessness of both
parents. Suddenly, after another quarrel, the son disappears…

World premiere of the film “Dislike” was held in the main
the competition program of the jubilee of the 70-th Cannes international film festival,
where the film was awarded the jury Prize. Recall that the “Dislike” – for the fifth
the film Andrei Zvyagintsev, awarded the world’s largest film festival.

Recall that at the festival in Munich was also marked cinematic
peace prize Andrei Konchalovsky and Julia Vysotskaya, for the film “Paradise”.