Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires
Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires

Postman’s White Nights

Saturday 25 a las 16:15 h


Village Recoleta - Vicente López y Junín
Room: 1

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The Keronzero Lake is a national park in northern Russia to which Andrei Konchalovski arrived in order to show, by means of the art of film, a type of invisible human extinction. There, its inhabitants live a life without a time. But the temptation of saying they inhabit the solace of an enchanted nature is suddenly cooled off when, from Postman’s White Nights, a question arises: where is it possible to find the Russian State, that which, a few kilometers away from the slow agony of vodka and TV that demolishes the coastal villages of the Keronzero, holds a platform of deliveries to space but cannot change the small motor of a mail boat? Oblivion is the perfect crime that devastates the Keronzero national park. If it hasn’t completely exterminated its target, it’s because Lyokha (Aleksey Tryapitsyn), the area’s postman, communicates their isolated worlds, detached from any kind of orbit (he is the orbit). It’s a universe that depends on an outboard motor, the heart of a system that can’t seem to find a replacement. JJB

Título original: Belye nochi pochtalyona Alekseya Tryapitsina
Spanish title: Las noches blancas del cartero Aleksei Tryapitsyn
Year: 2014
Format: DCP
Color: Color
Minutes: 110
Seconds: 0

D: Andrei Konchalovski  

G: Andrei Konchalovski, Elena Kiseleva

F: Aleksandr Simonov  

E: Sergei Taraskin  

S: Polina Volynkina  

M: Eduard Artemyev  

P: Andrei Konchalovski  


Aleksei Tryapitsyn, Irina Ermolova, Timur Bondarenko


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Thursday 23 - 19:00 h
Village Recoleta Room: 1
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Friday 24 - 23:20 h
Village Recoleta Room: 1
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Andrei Konchalovski Rusia

He was born in Moscow, Russia, in 1937. He trained to be a pianist at the Moscow Conservatory before starting his film career. He directed several films, including A Nest of Gentlefolk (1969), Uncle Vania (1970), A Lover’s Romance (1974), Runaway Train (1985), Duet for One (1986) and Tango & Cash (1989).

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