• New film Zvyagintsev "Dislike" will be released in 2017

  • The new film by Andrey Zvyagintsev's "Dislike" will be ready by April 2017, reported RIA Novosti the film's producer Alexander Rodnyansky. In the same year the movie will be released.

    "To take off this year, and next year he will be released. We have to finish it quickly," — said Rodnyansky. The film takes place in Moscow and the Moscow region.

    Tape Zvyagintsev and producers Alexander Rodnyansky and Sergey Melkumov will become a joint project of Russia, France, Belgium and Germany.

    The plot is the story of a couple at the time of the divorce. They are going to start a new life with new partners, but in the midst of another quarrel their 12-year-old son Alyosha disappears.

    Andrey Zvyagintsev — the author of paintings "the Return," "Elena" and "Exile". His latest film "Leviathan" received "Golden globe" prize at the Cannes festival and became a laureate of the award "Oscar".

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