This film focuses on the concrete panel houses which appeared throughout the Soviet Union from the 1960s. Despite the fact that most “Khrushchovka,” and following generations of panel houses, are nowadays in a poor condition, the past “future-oriented” ideology is still tangible.
The restaurant is closing, and Oleg Maratovich wants to celebrate. Taking along three of his employees, who are no longer able to resist his charm, he sets off in search of adventure. The story then has a completely unexpected twist.
I often find photographs of strangers in the streets.
Sasha struggles at home. Her parents expect her to tidy up her room, eat porridge, and do homework. Sasha decides that life in the zoo sounds much more interesting! She heads off to try to find her place among a bunch of penguins… or maybe giraffes?
A trip to the planet Muscovy, which is an upside-down space twin of the city of Moscow. The camera travels through 20th century architectural styles in the capital accompanied by variations on the musical theme of the Soviet national anthem.
A touching story about friendship between a small cloud and a big whale.
A touching story about the friendship between small Cloud and big Whale.
The most beautiful paintings are those which you dream about when you lie in bed smoking a pipe, but which you never paint.
The whole village is scared of big grey wolf. But one small girl was brave enough to help him and become a friend with this scary creature. While she was caring about wolf’s wound paw he became a lover of pancakes and cloudberry.