“Pamyat Oseni” film to close Russian schedule in Moscow cinema festival
Penza, 21 June 2015. PenzaNews. Andrei Sokolov’s film “Pamyat Oseni,” most of which was filmed at the Oktyabrsky Sad hotel complex in Penza, will conclude the Russian Films Program at the 37th Moscow International Cinema Festival.
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The reel will be shown at 19.30 on Thursday, June 25.
“Pamyat Oseni” will be directly preceding the closing ceremony for the Russian program.
As PenzaNews agency reported earlier, the filming of “Pamyat Oseni” began in October 2014. The plot was based on Alexander Zavyagintsev’s script after the book “The Last Idol” that was nicknamed “The Cherry Orchard, 100 Years Later” by the critics.
The drama spans over a single day, when the family of a late state official who has been serving the Motherland for his whole life are forced to leave the government-owned countryhouse where they had lived all their lives.
One of the episodes was filmed in the village of Pyrkino, located in the Prokazninsk village council of the Bessonovo area of the Penza region.
The film starred Inna Churikova, Evgenia Simonova, Alexander Lazarev, Irina Medvedeva and Anastasiya Marchuk.
The pilot version of the “Pamyat Oseni” trailer was made available to the public in April 2015.