march 16–26


2012 Ukraine, Germany, Serbia 100 min N-13
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Three cities. Three loves. The Ukrainian Ruslana makes a living with an improvised distillery in Munich. When she accidentally floods her apartment, she receives unexpected help from Vladan, a former boxer from Serbia. In Kiev, Ruslana’s son, Bogdan, is finally supposed to visit his mother in Munich, but he spends his time trying to woo a spoilt Ukrainian pop star for whom he had previously worked as a driver and bodyguard. Vladan also has a son in his former homeland. Zoran lives a modest and satisfying life in Belgrade. At one of his handyman jobs, he meets the charming, but temperamental young mother Jelena. Unfortunately, she has decided to leave his beloved city forever the very next day.
"Eastalgia" (2012, "Kino pavasaris").

About Directors

Daria Onyshchenko (b. 1983 in Kiev, in the former Soviet Union)
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Director(s) - Daria Onyshchenko
Screenwriter(s) - Daria Onyshchenko, Miroslav Mandič
Actors - Karl Markovics, Nina Nidzeradze, Vuk Kostič, Lea Mornar, Marija Skaricič, Georg Friedrich, Ivan Dobronravovj, Viktoria Varlej
Producer(s) - Simon Amberger, Korbinian Dufter, Rafael Parente, Maria Govorukha, Anna Palenchuk
Cinematographer - Erol Zubcevič
Editor(s) - Wolfgang Weigl
Composer(s) - Superstrings
Sales agent - NEUESUPER
Distributor -
Production company -
Dialogues - German, English, Russian, Serbian
Subtitles - Lithuanian, English
"Eastalgia" (2012, "Kino pavasaris").

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