Posts Tagged ‘Sergey Melkumov’

Loveless on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Loveless is a film that, at the start, tells an intensely strong tale of a relationship’s break-up, and if, as a child, you’ve been through the same situation, it really resonates. What’s causing the split? Neither Zhenya (Maryana Spivak) nor Boris (Aleksey Rozin) is entirely blameless, but these two parents are so wrapped up in […]

Satyricon (aka Fellini Satyricon) on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Satyricon, by Federico Fellini, is one of the most bizarre cinematic experiences ever committed to celluloid, in my view. I first saw it at Keele Film Society back in the early 1990s. The brochure described it as being similar to Ai No Corrida (aka In The Realm Of The Senses), which is about as far […]

Leviathan on Blu-ray – The DVDfever Review

Leviathan is set in the Russian coastal town of Pribrezhny where put-upon manual labourer, Kolya (Aleksey Serebryakov, giving a fantastic performance), has more than enough on his plate to make a man finally snap. The plot is centered around a corrupt mayor, Vadim Shelevyat (Roman Madyanov), who’s as dodgy as they come and like an […]

Stalingrad 3D – The DVDfever cinema review

Stalingrad, as you’d expect, is a film which looks at the famous battle which mostly took place in late 1942, during World War II, and is a Russian-made film which surprised me in managing to be even-handed in how it dealt with both sides, whereas I was initially expecting it spend little time with the […]

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