|Original title||A Bitter Taste of Freedom|
The Russian journalist Anna Politkovskaya was dedicated to uncovering the truth, always on the side of the oppressed, often putting her life at risk. The film paints a complex and intimate...
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|Director of Photography|
The Russian journalist Anna Politkovskaya was dedicated to uncovering the truth, always on the side of the oppressed, often putting her life at risk. The film paints a complex and intimate portrait of a woman fearless in the face of destiny.
|Length in minutes||85 min|
|Festival showing||2011-03-10||Victoria 2||Stockholm||Sweden||85 min|
|2011-03-11||Victoria 2||Stockholm||Sweden||85 min|
|Release in Sweden||2011-09-14||Zita||Stockholm||Sweden|
|TV showing||2012-02-28||SVT1||Sweden||57 min|
|Festival Award||Warszawa||2011||(Best Documentary Feature Award, 27th Warsaw Film Festival, Polen)|
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.
|Element type||Videokopia digital|
|Gauge||Digital Betacam (PAL)|
|Size||Between 850 x 700 and 850 x 1100|
|Poster title||A Bitter Taste of Freedom|
|Script title||Dialoglista. Frihetens bittra smak. 15 november 2010.|
|Extent||40 s. + för- och eftertext samt musiklista.|