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How I Ended This Summer | trailer (2010) London Film Festival

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Uploaded on Oct 27, 2010

WINNER at the 54th BFI LONDON FILM FESTIVAL 2010 !!!
Trailer
Genre: drama
Regie / directed by: Alexei Popogrebsky
Darsteller / cast: Sergei Puskepalis , Grigory Dobrygin

from the press kit
On a deserted Russian Arctic island, two men work diligently at a small meteorological station. Their task is to take regular readings from their partly radioactive surroundings and relay this crucial data on to headquarters via radio - their only bridge to the outside world. For a seasoned pro like Sergei, a gruff man in his fifties, this job has become routine. During the years he has spent in extreme isolation, he has learned to take this task very seriously.
His new work partner is the fresh-faced Pavel, a bright-eyed college grad assigned to spend the summer at the station. The two men have little in common, with Pavel sticking to the company of his MP3 and video games to avoid the bullish, vaguely threatening presence of Sergei. The balance tips one day when Sergei leaves his post to go fishing for trout in a nearby lagoon. He has entrusted Pavel to do the readings and radio them to the headquarters as required. Inexperienced Pavel misses the appointed reading time and falsifies the logs to cover it up. Worse yet, there is terrible news for Sergei from HQ. Intimidated and uneasy, Pavel keeps quiet, unable to bring himself to share the distressing news to Sergei. When the terrifying truth finally emerges, its inevitable consequences play out against a desolate backdrop of thick fog, sharp rocks, crashing waves, and the merciless Arctic Sea...
"How I Ended This Summer" stars well-known director and actor (Simple Things) Sergei Puskepalis and young breakout star Grigory Dobrygin (Black Lightening) as two men forced to carve out a relationship of trust and, ultimately, forgiveness in the desolate Russian Arctic. Following his award-winning features "Koktebel" and "Simple Things," young Russian director Alexei Popogrebsky now delivers a visually stunning existentialist drama of survival, filmed entirely on location, at the easternmost tip of Russia.

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