August 2nd 2011
How I ended this summer - on Saturday
At a remote weather station in the far north-east corner of Russia it's summer, but still bitterly cold. This isolated, lonely and dangerous place is temporary home for veteran meteorologist Sergei, SERGEI PUSKEPALIS, and his student assistant, Pavel, GRIGORY DOBRYGIN. Their only link to the outside world is a two-way radio. That's the setting for this Saturday night's movie presented by Magnetic Island Film Society at the "all seasons" hotel in Nelly Bay Bay.
The above description comes from ABC At the Movies' reviewer, David Stratton, who thinks it, "a very, very good film. Read more (here). David gives it four and a half stars and Margaret gives it four.
Duration: 124 mins
Director: Aleksei Popogrebsky
Cast: Grigory Dobrygin & Sergei Puskepalis
Producer: Roman Borisevich, Sergei Chliyants, Aleksandr Kushaev, Mikhail Kolodyazhny
Screenplay: Aleksei Popogrebsky
Music: Dmitriy Katkhanov
Distributor: Palace Films
Country: Russian Federation
Screening at all seasons Magnetic International, 61 Mandalay Ave Nelly Bay
Screenings at 8 pm on First Saturday of the Month
Admission: Adults $10.00; Concession $8.00; Members Free.
Annual MIFS membership: $50.00 Conc. $40.00 Annual membership includes free admission for one calendar year (11 screenings) & discount tickets to the Annual MIFS Film Festival. Half-yearly also available.
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