The film by Russian Director Andrei Zvyagintsev’s “Dislike” received the jury prize 70-th Cannes film festival. On Sunday, may 28, the correspondent “reports Tapes.ru”.
“Somehow quickly it all happened. I would like to thank everyone who created this film. Thank you all for your talent,” said Zvyagintsev after the announcement of the decision of the jury.
The Director thanked the film’s producer Alexander Rodnyansky, screenwriter Oleg Negina, the operator Mikhail Krichman and other filmmakers.
Before the premiere at the Cannes film festival plot details “Dislike” was kept in strict secret. The film tells about the couple, performed by Maria Spivak and Aleksey Rozin in the midst of a difficult divorce. Their 12-year-old son Alyosha, seeing one of the quarrels of the parents, runs away from home.
The film “Dislike” is a joint production of the Russian, French, Belgian and German film companies. Filming began in the fall of 2016.
The Russian premiere of “Dislike” will take place on 1 June.
For Andrei Zvyagintsev this award was the third at the Cannes film festival. In 2011, he won the main prize in the category “Special view” for the film “Elena”, and in 2014 his film “Leviathan” was awarded the “best screenplay”.
70-th Cannes film festival takes place in the South-East of France from 17 to 28 may. Correspondents “Of The Tape.ru” are the daily journals devoted to the event.