Эдэр Саас/ Молодость
written and directed by Dmitrii Davydov
In search of a fun life, Vasily leaves for the cities. Lives his life in taverns, with songs, not caring about the future. By the age of 40, Vasily understands that he has nothing in the city and nothing holds him. Hoping to arrange his life, Vasily comes back to his native village. But the parental home is already boarded up, there are no friends left, and few people are happy about his arrival. Vasily understands that here he is a stranger and no one needs him.
DOP Nikolay Petrov
Editting Stepan Burnashev
Sound Innokentiy Sivzev
Design Tamara Ivanova
production by Bonfire Production
This is a self-ironic movie, with absurdist humor, filmed in a clip style to the accompaniment of the Yakut group "Hardyy", the pioneers of Yakut rock, with humorous references to the time of the 90s, in general, one of the most popular periods of time for cinematic reflection.
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Notes from the director
This is an independent low-budget film in the Indigenous format.
(cinema of the indigenous peoples of the North), shot at extreme
temperatures - 56-60 °C.