Marussia

by Eva Pervolovici

France, Russia

synopsis

Lucia and her six-year-old daughter Marussia have been constantly on the move since they came from Moscow to Paris. From one homeless hostel to another, from one man to another, everyday is a new search for a place to spend the night, a place to call home. Despite the uncertainty and the disapproving glance form their compatriots, mother and daughter manage to share tender moments. Is it enough to carry on?
Marussia is a touching urban tale, seen at a child’s height, that sees and finds the wonders in the trivial but that also confronts the reality as it is.

awards and festivals

Berlin IFF 2013 – Generation / Omsk IFF / Ankara Flying Broom Women Film Festival / Transylvania IFF – TV5 Monde Award / St Petersburg IFF / O Femina International Women’s FF / Bordeaux Independent FF – Special Mention / Rehovot International Women’s FF / Goa IFF / Sofia IFF / Dortmund International Women’s FF / Shangai IFF / Auburn IFF – Audience Choice Award

Partners

Créative Régie, EZ Films, In-Soo Productions, Mactari, PhotoCineRent, The Players

technical and artistic details

Length – 90′
Language – Russe, Français
Location – Paris
Format – HD (Arri Alexa)

Director of Photography – Alfredo Altamirano
Editor – Dounia Sichov
Producer – Janja Kralj – KinoElektron (France)
Coproducers – Serguei Selyanov, Konstantin Bojanov, Derk-Jan Warrink
Associate Producers – Natalia Drozd, Remco Mastwijk, Hans van Helden, Ben Willems
Executive producer- Alain l’Eveille

cast

Lucia – Dinara Drukarova
Marussia – Marie-Isabelle Shteynman
Claudio – Georges Babluani
Anna – Dounia Sichov
Dimitri – Sharunas Bartas
Tatiana – Madalina Constantin
Le clochard – Denis Lavant

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