Mockumentary experimental film, which shows one day in the life of a young man.
The action takes place on the Day of Soviet Cosmonautics, April 12, one of the last years of the USSR. Outside the window, it is gradually getting warmer, the onset of spring is felt, promising hope for the possibility of changes in the country.
The hero of the film is fond of space. The young man, who idolizes Gagarin, is engaged in reconstruction, making the uniform in which the cosmonaut walked in the prime of his glory. Our hero is also a film enthusiast. He makes films with stories of space flights and shows them to his friends.
The film is stylized as amateur films of the 1980s and was shot on a 16-mm color film made by the company" Svema", made in the Soviet Union. The quality of this film allows the viewer to fully immerse themselves in the atmosphere of the time of the film, which is dedicated to Soviet cosmonautics and Edward D. Wood Jr.
Ania calls her friend Kolia and asks him to come and open the door to the balcony where she is stuck. She comes into the flat and tells her friend Marina that she is not sure if their plan is good. 30 minutes on the balcony changes her life. Kolia proposes to her.
Life channel made a documentary about the end of the Third Karabakh war in 2020. It lasted for 44 days . The shooting crew came to Nagorniy Karabakh and filmed the events and locals' talks.
Lida is an ageing theatre director. She sets a play about the tragic consequences of love affair of the respected family head. Young girl Yana comes to auditions. She is the perfect embodiment of a paramour - brazen, cheeky and defiantly sexy. During the auditions Lida's dislike suddenly turns into something strange and intricate. Where is the acting and where is the reality, who is the director now - everything is not clear.
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