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VAN GOGHS

by Sergey Livnev

synopsis

Mark is a lonely and struggling artist who is unable to form any kind of attachment with anyone. His father, the famous conductor Victor Ginzburg, lives far away from Mark in the homeland that he left a long time ago, Latvia. They both loathe and adore each other at the same time and it all flares up with renewed vigor when Mark goes to visit his father after the death of Victor’s wife. They are then both forced to come to terms with their past, their choices in life and their love for each other when Victor slowly withers away as dementia takes hold of him.

international title: Van Goghs
original title: Van Gogi
country: Latvia, Russian Federation
year: 2018
genre: fiction
directed by: Sergey Livnev
film run: 102'
screenplay: Sergey Livnev
cast: Aleksey Serebryakov, Daniel Olbrychski, Elena Koreneva, Polina Agureeva, Natalya Negoda, Aleksandr Sirin, Svetlana Nemolyaeva, Olga Ostroumova, Evgeniy Tkachuk, Saveliy Kudryashov
cinematography by: Yuriy Klimenko
film editing: Ernest Aranov, Aleksey Bobrov
art director: Eduard Galkin, Arnis Vatass
costumes designer: Aleksandr Osipov
music: Leonid Desyatnikov, Alexey Sergunin
producer: Sergey Bobza, Sergey Livnev, Igor Pronin
co-producer: Yulia Zayceva
line producer: Max Pavlov, Daniel Gitman Tadevosyan
production: Forma Pro Films, Leopolis Films (RU)
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