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Wild Field (2008, Russia)

104 min., 35mm, color, 1:1.85, Dolby Digital 5.1

Wild Field

Script: Petr Lutsik and Alexei Samoriadov

Director: Mikhail Kalatozishvili

Camera: Petr Dukhovskoy

Production design: Sergei Avstrievskikh

Music: Alexei Aigi

Cast:: Oleg Dolin, Alexander Ilyin Sr, Alexander Ilyin Jr., Roman Madianov, Irina Butanaeva, Alexander Korshunov, Daniela Stoyanovich, Petr Stupin, Yuri Stepanov, Juris Lautsinysh

Producers: Mikhail Kalatozishvili, Sergei Snezhkin, Andrei Bondarenko

Production: Mikhail Kalatozov Fund, Barmaley Film Studio


International rights: Intercinema film company


Drama. Mitya, a young doctor, lives and practices medicine in the middle of the steppe. Although it appears barren, patients frequently arrive at his home-office Ė one manís heart has stopped beating from heavy drinking, anotherís cow is dying, a young couple are bleeding to death from stab wounds. A local policeman, the only government authority in this vast region, is also a frequent visitor to the doctor. Mityaís fiancee comes to visit him too, but as it turns out, itís not for long. All the while Mitya senses something disturbing lurking nearby, a force that ultimately makes an attempt on the doctorís life. The wild field sees him off, but maybe it is not to die.

International Premiere at the 65th Venice International Film Festival


Film director, scriptwriter, producer. Born in 1959 in Tbilisi, Georgia. Since 1973 heís been living in Moscow. Mr. Kalatozishvili is a member of the Russian Cinematographerís Union. He graduated from the Directing Department of the All-Russian State Institute of Cinematography in 1981, after which he worked as an art-director at Gruzia-Film Studios (1985-1991) and Lenfilm Studios (1994-2000). Since 2000, he has been the president of the Mikhail Kalatozov Fund, a non-profit fund for the support and development of national cinematography. Participant and prize-winner of national and international film festivals.


1981 The Mechanic ( doc.)
1992 The Beloved
2000 Mysteries
2001 I Dream of Hunchbacked Tiflis (doc.)
2001 Two Atoms (doc.)
2008 Wild Field

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