The Govorukhin's film based Dovlatov show in Russia and the Baltic States
A new Film by Stanislav Govorukhin "the End of a great era" based on the novel by Sergei Dovlatov will show in the Russian Federation, Kazakhstan And the Baltic States, Ukraine from office did not want to, said at a press conference in MIA "Russia Today" on Tuesday, the Executive Director of the "premium distribution" Sergey Sorochkin.
The Russian premiere will take place on Tuesday." The end of a great era " was shot on the motives of Dovlatov's novel. The story takes place in Leningrad in 1965. A young journalist And publicist Andrei Lentulov, not finding understanding in the newspaper " Soviet Estonia ", leaves his job And moved to Tallinn to start a new life. In the movie, played by Ivan Kolesnikov, Svetlana Khodchenkova, Sergey Garmash, Fedor Dobronravov, Dmitri Astrakhan, Lembit ulfsak, And others. The shooting took place, for example, in Tallinn.
"The film is interesting light. In the car he comes out October 1. Except Ukraine, where this film didn't want all the known reasons. Will hire in Russia, Kazakhstan, expected great rental in the Baltic, where were Shooting. There Will be a premiere. Today we have quite a big premiere in the capital of Russia ", - said the Sorochkin, noting that distributors " rather optimistic view on the distribution ".
first, the Ukrainian Parliament adopted a law that prohibits not only the series, promoting the Russian power structures, But also films created by Russian legal entities from 2014. The Agency refuses to issue such films distribution certificate. Conclusion to issuance and cancellation of licences was adopted by the expert Committee on problems of distribution And demonstration of films At Goskino.
Director Stanislav Govorukhin told him that the Film is partly autobiographical." Probably my post will seem strange, But this Film is very autobiographical, - he admitted.- The fact is that biography Dovlatov, when he was not yet Dovlatov, And my biography, when I was not yet Govorukhin, were very similar ".
Govorukhin told that also worked in the newspaper." Had, no doubt, lie. Then I worked as an editor at the TV Studio, where I tried a couple of times to expel. And I had to enter the film Institute. But being in the same University as I continued to work in the newspaper " Soviet culture ", - said the Director.
However, he noticed that the audience can't perceive the Film as a story about Dovlatov." I wanted to strongly emphasize, because it is not a Film about Dovlatov, this Film is based on, the journalist, the fate of which is partly similar to the fate of Dovlatov, " said Govorukhin.