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Original title Leningrads sista dagar
Film type Short
Category Fiction
Form Live-action
Director
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Screenplay
Production country
Production company
Dialogue
Swedish release 2016-05-17

Plot summary

 Director's statement: "I had long been aware that my relatives' days - in the preserved state that I loved - were numbered. That's why I made a film about the most...

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Companies

Production Company Gnufilm
Advance allocations Stiftelsen Svenska Filminstitutet
Distributor in Sweden (DCP) Filmform Sweden 2016

Plot summary



Director's statement: "I had long been aware that my relatives' days - in the preserved state that I loved - were numbered. That's why I made a film about the most beautiful people I have known, the Soviet Union's poor intelligentsia of the late 80s. The film was shot in 1989 in an apartment in a city called Leningrad."

Technical specifications

Sound type Sound
Colour type Black and white + colour
Width DCP
Length in minutes 28 min
Dialogue


Release dates

Release in Sweden 2016-05-17 Sweden

Holdings Film

The information given here refers to film material in the Swedish Film Institute’s archive. Access to the archive’s stock is given on request, for research, other film archives and rights’ holders. For enquiries please contact filmarkivet@filminstitutet.se

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Holdings Scripts

Script type Dialoglista
Script title Leningrads sista dagar. Svensktextad 28 min.
Extent 9 s. + för- och eftertext samt musiklista.
Language Swedish


Script type Dialoglista
Script title Leningrads sista dagar. English subtitles 28 min.
Extent 9 s.
Language English


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