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How I Ended This Summer

How I Ended This Summer
File:How I Ended This Summer.jpg
Film poster
Directed by Alexei Popogrebski
Produced by Roman Borisevich
Written by Alexei Popogrebski
Starring Grigoriy Dobrygin
Sergei Puskepalis
Music by Dmitry Katkhanov
Cinematography Pavel Kostomarov
Editing by Ivan Lebedev
Distributed by Bavaria Film International
Release date(s)
Running time 124 minutes
Country Russia
Language Russian

How I Ended This Summer (Russian: Как я провёл этим летом, translit. Kak ya provyol etim letom) is a 2010 Russian drama film directed by Alexei Popogrebski. It was nominated for the Golden Bear at the 60th Berlin International Film Festival.[1]

Plot

Two men, Sergei in a senior and Pavel (Grigoriy Dobrygin) in a junior position, work at an isolated meteorological station on an Arctic island. While Sergei is on an unauthorized fishing trip, Pavel is informed that Sergei's family have been killed in an accident. Pavel is supposed to tell this to Sergei, but he does not.[2]

Cast

  • Grigoriy Dobrygin as Pavel
  • Sergei Puskepalis as Sergei
  • Igor Csernyevics as Sofronov (voice)
  • Ilya Sobolev as Volodia (voice)
  • Artyom Tsukanov as Stas (voice)

Production

The main location for filming was the Valkarkay polar station on the Chukchi Sea in Arctic Russia.[3]

Awards

References

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
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