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Directed by Leonid Andronov Produced by Leonid Andronov

Starring
Oleg Yagodin - Kirill
Vasilina Makovtseva - Lena
Vera Zvitkis - Marina
Andrey Karlyshev – Tolya
Evgeniy Chistyakov - Yarik
Sergey Patko - Sasha
Svetlana Yakina - Dina

Music by
Курара
Смысловые галлюцинации
Moby
Plazma
Москва-Луна

Release date
January 13, 2012 (Russia)
Running time 1h 29 minutes
Country Russia
Language Russian, English Sub

29th Kilometer (Russian: 29 Километр) - is a Russian underground rock’n’roll drama from 13 January 2012 directed by Leonid Andronov depicting the lives of four former rock musicians. The action is set in Yekatirinburg.

The drama of the film is based on real events that took place with the author when he himself played with his first boys band[2].

In 2007, L. Andronov’s play “Monologues of a Karma Success” won first place at the international dramatic competition “Eurasia”, conducted by N. Kolyada. This was a serious impetus to the beginning of the film project on his other play "29 km" [3].

The film was attended by actors of the Yekaterinburg's “Kolyada-Theater” Yevgeny Chistyakov, Oleg Yagodin, Maxim Tarasov, Vasilina Makovtseva, Vera Zvitkis, Sergey Fedorov, as well as musicians Andrei Karlyshev, Pavel Lopatin, Nikita Tyufyakov, Igor Tetyuyev, Yevgeny Teslyk and Alexander Tetyuk and Alexander Alexander and Tatyk and Alexander Alexander, for which shooting became the first experience in the cinematography.

In many scenes of the film, you can hear the music of the little-known Yekaterinburg collectives, which exist now or were disintegrated ones. In addition, the film has compositions of famous performers: the legend of electronic music Moby gave the right to use his song "Go Awry" in the film's soundtrack. As well as some popular Russian groups - Semantic hallucinations, Plazma and six Kurara songs, by Oleg Yagodin, which played in the role of Kirill.

Plot[edit | edit source]

The story tells about four friends - Yarik, Cyril, Igor and Tolya, who played at their first rock'n'roll band 10 years ago. They composed music and dreamed of fame. But after the first serious performance, which turned into a failure, the group broke up, their paths diverged. An adult life has begun, but everything that is bright, interesting and "the best" for some reason remained in the past. They are no longer friends, everyone lives their own lives. But every year they gather at the dacha of Cyril, their previous frontman, to celebrate his wife's birthday and at the same time the anniversary of the collapse of the band. At the cottage, which is located at the station "29 km" near Yekaterinburg. And each time, along with the memories, old conflicts emerge, a secret hatered for each other is exposed, which often ends with abuse and fights. But this time everything will be different.

The film takes place in Yekaterinburg in the mid-2000s, although there is no reference to a specific time. Flashbacks of the main character’s memories can be attributed to the mid or late 1990s.

Cast[edit | edit source]

  • Oleg Yagodin - Kirill
  • Vasilina Makovtseva - Lena
  • Vera Zvitkis - Marina
  • Andrey Karlyshev – Tolya
  • Evgeniy Chistyakov - Yarik
  • Sergey Patko - Sasha
  • Svetlana Yakina - Dina
  • Maxim Tarasov - Igor
  • Nikita Tufyakov - Young Kirill
  • Igor Tetuev - Young Igor
  • Evgeny Teslik - Young Tolya
  • Pavel Lopatin - Young Yarik
  • Dmitriy Milyaev - New Bass guitarist
  • Sergey Fedorov - Kirill’s father
  • Evgeny Ustinov - Businessman
  • Elena Gavrilova - Yarik’s Secretary
  • Ksenia Zvereva - Young Marina
  • Galina Patko - Yarik’s mother
  • Konstantin Stavizky - Yarik’s Boss
  • Yana Petrova - Model #1
  • Svetlana Gorbuleva - Model #2
  • Valery Vilchinsky - Old musician
  • Alexander Volhin - Studio Owner
  • Sergey Makarin – Military Officer
  • Tatiana Kozhina - Muse
  • Inna Slukina - Reporter
  • Idel Idrisov - Cameraman
  • Evgeny Derevyannykh - Photographer-Friend
  • Stanislav Beloglazov - Professional Photographer
  • Anita - Journalist
  • Vladimir Begunov - Himself
  • Mikhail Borzykin - Himself
  • Evgeny Gorenburg - Himself
  • Mikhail Kozyrev - Himself
  • Vladimir Shakhrin - Himself
  • Boris Ovsyankin - Friend

Film Crew[edit | edit source]

Soundtrack[edit | edit source]

1. «Мои фотографии» - Смысловые галлюцинации

2. «На память» - Курара

3. «Саундтрек» - Москва-Луна

4. «Человек-паук» - ROTOFF

5. «Нарисованный мир» - DIATREMA

6. «Глубина» - Москва-Луна

7. «Персидский тигр» - Курара

8. «hidden track»- lezwieliza

9. «Боязнь одиночества» - Айфо

10. « One life» - Plazma

11. «Алиса» - Курара

12. "Все хорошо" - One juicy spliif

13. «Чванспа» - Метеоризмы

14. «Кохання мое» - Мохнатые ракеты

15. «Головокружение» - Москва-Луна

16. «9 минут» - Джон Глюк бэнд

17. «Мохнатая вечность» - Айфон

18. «Зима» - Курара

19. «Марина» - Корпорация V

20. «Прощай» - Контрудар

21. «Встретимся» - Antenna

22. «Go Awry» - Moby

23. «29 километр» (заглавная тема) - Хофман и Евладов

References[edit | edit source]

Category:Indie movie Category:Arthouse movie Category:2012 movie Category:Russian movies Category:Rock'n'Roll movies Category:Movies about Rock Category:Yekaterinburg


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