Nov 16, 2016 Release Date:
108 min Runtime:
“Polina” is a 2016 French film directed by Valrie Mller and Angelin Preljocaj, based on the graphic novel Polina by Bastien Vivs. The film was screened as share of the Venice Days programme at the 73rd Venice International Film Festival. Polina is an familiarization of a graphic novel by Bastien Vives and it tells a reassuringly familiar report of a juvenile girl who yearns to locate execution as a ballerina. We first meet Polina, played as a wide-eyed child by Veronika Zhovnytska, live past her operational-class parents, Anton (Miglen Mirtchev), who comes from Georgia, and Natalia (Kseniya Kutepova), Siberian, in a little flat in Moscow. This is a cheerless place, the street outside dominated by nuclear reactors belching steam. Anton is working in some form of undistinguished criminal objection, and one night Polina and her mother are alarmed then two armed men interruption into the apartment and threaten them. No shock Polina wants to run away.
Also Known As:
Polina | Polina: Ο χορός είναι η ζωή μου | Polina
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