A Long And Happy Life

Berlin 2013
Competition
BFI London 2013
Official Selection

A Long And Happy Life

A Film by Boris Khlebnikov

2013 - Russia - Drama - DCP - 1.85 - 77 min.

with Alexander Yatsenko , Anna Kotova , Vladimir Korobeinikov & Sergey Nasedkin

Language: Russian
Produced by Roman Borisevich & Alexander Kushaev

A young farmer named Sasha stands at the beginning of a new, happy life. He is about to sell his farm to the state and move with his girlfriend to the city. But when the deal is closed, the other villagers rise up in protest to save the farm - the village’s only means of survival. Sasha finds himself caught up in a fight which is not his, entangled in a web of passion, pride, and irreversible actions.

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