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Film about August war to be shown in the USA2009-12-04 12:12
Russian lessons, the film of Andrey Nekrasov, the Russian director, will be shown at Sundance movie festival in the USA.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The movie, prohibited in Russia, was chosen from about 800 films by the jury of the of the festival, headed by its founder, Robert Redford, RosBalt reports, citing to Imedi.
According to Nekrasov, the very fact of the movie's demonstration in the festival "says the film is objective."
Nekrasov shot the movie with his wife Olga Konskaya [now late]. In October the legislative assembly of Tbilisi decided to name one of the streets after her. Russian lessons were her last work. The spouses together worked on a number of other films, including documentaries, devoted to the second war in Chechnya, blasts of houses in Moscow, murder of Alexander Litvinenko.