Rent Siberian Education (2013)

3.1 of 5 from 63 ratings
1h 39min
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Synopsis:
When childhood friends Kolima (Arnas Fedaravicius) and Gagarin (Vilius Tumalavicius) find themselves on opposite sides of a strict code of honour, enforced by the fierce Grandfather Kuzya (John Malkovich), they quickly become powerful enemies. In the aftermath of a brutal crime, they are given permission to use any means necessary for exacting revenge.
Actors:
, , , Jonas Trukanas, Vitalij Porshnev, , , Arnas Sliesoraitis, Pijus Grude, Ernestas Markevicius, Erikas Zaremba, Airida Gintautaite, , Viktoras Karpusenkovas, Daiva Stubraite
Directors:
Producers:
Marco Chimenz, Gina Gardini, Giovanni Stabilini, Riccardo Tozzi
Voiced By:
Francis Pardeilhan
Writers:
Stefano Rulli, Sandro Petraglia, Gabriele Salvatores, Nicolai Lilin
Aka:
Educazione siberiana
Studio:
Metrodome
Genres:
Drama, Thrillers
Countries:
Italy, Drama, Thrillers
BBFC:
Release Date:
07/10/2013
Run Time:
99 minutes
Languages:
English
Subtitles:
English
DVD Regions:
Region 2
Formats:
Pal
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 1.85:1
Colour:
Colour

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Reviews (2) of Siberian Education

Cold - Siberian Education review by JD

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16/11/2014

This ultra low budget (I imagine) film about the tough upbringing of a family in Siberia is pretty grim. The rules of survival are learnt at grandpa's knee at other low joints. Malkovich is great as grandpa but the main story is the life of two friends. It does flick freely between the ages of the boys/men and this borders on annoying but it does eventually settle on the final phase of their disasterous relationship.

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Very watchable - Siberian Education review by WA

Spoiler Alert
06/12/2017

Good movie, interesting plot-line with the interspersing of different stages of chronology which provides the background for the denouement. Cinematography is impressive with the ice-patterns in the river of particular note, capturing the bitter environment in which the film plays out. Well worth a watch despite John Malkovich's presence (which is not overly intrusive).

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