Cert: 12A Year: 2003 Length: 100 mins Language: Russian
A father and son slowly make their way by foot, boxcar and thumbed rides to the seaside city of Koktebel. In less talented hands, this could have been just another road movie. Instead, the taut script, understated performances and a loving eye for natural beauty create a film that recalls vintage Terrence Malick. An arresting, spaced-out and dreamy film from Russia.
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