Eastern European Cinema • Drama
Antonina, an artist from Saint Petersburg, follows her husband, a political prisoner, to the deep north province of Russia. As she starts teaching art in a local school, she finds herself opposed by a twelve-year-old boy, Misha, whose brother is a feared local gang leader.
DIRECTED BY NATALYA NAZAROVA
RUSSIA | 2019 | RUSSIAN WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES
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