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Film Gromozeka Competes at Rotterdam Festival
10.01.2011 19:40
Film Gromozeka Competes at Rotterdam Festival

Vladimir Kott's film Gromozeka has joined the competitive program of the Rotterdam Film Festival to be held from January, 26th to February, 6th.
      Gromozeka is a story of three former schoolmates: militiaman Gromov, doctor Kaminsky and taxi driver Mozerov who used to play together in a school band called Gromozeka and now at the age of 40 meet at a school reunion and discover the vivifying power of nostalgia.
      Altogether 14 films from every corner of the world will participate in the Rotterdam competition. Each of them aspires to win one of the three Tigers, and a monetary prize of 15 thousand euro along with it.
Author: Vera Ivanova


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