Dom

Karlovy Vary
Film Festival 2012
San Francisco International
Film Festival 2013

Dom

A Film by Oleg Pogodin

2012 - Russia - Drama/Action - 2.35 DCP - 109 min.

with Sergey Garmash , Bogdan Stupka , Vladimir Yepifantsev & Yekaterina Rednikova

Language: Russian
Produced by Sergey Selianov

In a large house in the middle of the steppes, the Shamanovs meet for a family gathering. When suddenly the eldest brother Victor appears after a 25 year absence, unspoken family conflicts come to light. Nobody suspects that Victor is escaping his dark past and that killers are looking for his hiding place.

Karlovy Vary
Film Festival 2012
San Francisco International
Film Festival 2013

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