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Kinophasie


Alexander Abaturov
France, 2011
22'
Russian
French


Synopsis


Quelque part en France, des hommes découvrent l’enregistrement en russe d’un texte mystérieux. En essayant de l’interpréter, chacun d’entre eux révèle quelque chose de sa propre pensée, de son propre destin. Pendant ce temps, la voix à jamais inconnue poursuit sa litanie enchantée.

École documentaire de Lussas

Tënk's film review


Whether bobbing aboard a Russian boat, stranded out of action at a quayside, or aboard a train heading down tracks towards no apparent destination, “Kinophasie” takes us on a journey only a talisman might point us down. We hear an elusive voice recording from an unknown time and place, posing unanswered questions that give us clues as to the face and destiny of those they are aimed at. Gradually, strange becomes familiar, as we are calmly lulled along by words, wind and light.

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filmmaker

Alexander Abaturov

Né en Russie en 1984, Alexander Abaturov a grandi à Novossibirsk en Sibérie et a fait ses études à Ekaterinbourg. A la fin de ses études, il travaille en tant que journaliste dans une agence de presse russe puis intègre en 2010 le Master réalisation documentaire de création de Lussas. Il réalise "Les Âmes dormantes" à la sortie de la formation, pour lequel il reçoit le Prix de l'Institut français au Cinéma du réel en 2013.

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