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Shame (2013)

3.3 of 5 from 45 ratings
1h 30min
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Synopsis:
Lena (Maria Semenova), is newly married to an officer of the submarine. Cold and distant, she drinks and has a one-night-stand, whilst the other women mourn; one even kills herself and her two children. It slowly emerges that Lena has discovered passionate love letters from her husband to his former girl friend Irina, who is now in an ramshackle psychiatric hospital, after having set fire to a building, not able to take the six monthly darkness any longer. Lena saves her from the horror of this place, and promises her to take her into a clinic in St. Petersburg, her home town.
The snowy landscape (more grey than white) and the downtrodden buildings, falling apart before our very eyes, the total lack of amenities and the darkness are the domineering elements of this film, the camera looks for humans, but only shows desolation. One has the feeling, that this place is a war zone and it only seems reasonable, that one woman says “that we need a war, because we do not know how to live without it”. 'Shame' is ruthless in its negative approach, never resorting to sentimentality. A stark reminder of a not so modern Russia, which is still ruled for and by a small minority, whilst the majority lives in places rotting quietly away.
Actors:
, Seseg Khapsasova, Elena Korobeynikova,
Directors:
Yusup Razykov
Producers:
Andrei Malyshev, Vladymir Malyshev
Writers:
Ekaterina Mavromatis
Aka:
Styd
Genres:
Drama
Countries:
Russia, Drama
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Release Date:
Not released
Run Time:
90 minutes
Languages:
Russian

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