Zvyagintsev’s film “Dislike” receives Grand prize at the London film festival
MOSCOW, 15 Nov — RIA Novosti. The film “Dislike” of Director Andrey Zvyagintsev and producers Alexander Rodnyansky and Gleb Fetisov has received the Grand Prix of the 61st London international film festival (BFI London Film Festival), which ended on Saturday, reported the press service of the film “Non-Stop Prodakshn”.
“We are honored to receive this award, which we see as recognition of the outstanding talent of Director Andrey Zvyagintsev, and as the evidence discussed in the “Dislike” history is close and understandable to audiences living in other countries, whether the French or the British”, — quotes the words of producer Alexander Rodnyansky’s press service.
The producer stressed that the success of the film at the London film festival is very important.
Crowded, enthusiastic reaction of the British press, the interest of the British audience — all this is of enormous importance for the upcoming release of the film on the screens of great Britain in February 2018.Alexander Rodnyanskii film
The world premiere was held at the 70th annual Cannes film festival where the film won the jury Prize. In addition, the film won the Grand Prix at the international festival in Munich.
The Russian Oscar Committee has nominated the film “Dislike” on the award of American film Academy in a nomination “the Best foreign language film”.
The film “Hate” tells the story of modern Moscow family, is experiencing a severe painful divorce. The main characters (Jack and Boris) — even 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 endless conflicts and mutual claims, Eugene and Boris neglect their only child, 12-year-old Alyosha, who feels the absolute uselessness of both parents. Suddenly, after another quarrel, he disappears.