RUS

Criminal Case, File № 1-377 (0+)

Russia, 2003, colour, 39 min.
Director: Alexei Khanyutin
The story is based on routine criminal case 1-377 brought to the Cherepovetsk district court – domestic murder in a middle-class family in a typical Russian provincial town. A closer look at a daily life of the province becomes focus of cinematographic investigation.

Alexei Khanyutin

Alexei Khanyutin

Training: VGIK (1978). Currently, scientist of the Russian Institute of Art, Moscow (M.D. in Arts). Author of over 30 theoretical and historical works on theatre, films and television.

FILMOGRAPHY

“The Wonderful 10 B”, 1975; “Six Letters about Bit”, “The Wedding”, 1977; “Your Theatre”, 1978; “Show Us around the Museum”, 1979; “A 5-kopeck Coin”, 1987; “DMB-91”, 1991; “The Mausoleum”, “The First One Hundred Years”, 1995; “Moscow of Golden Cupolas”, “Music for Fireworks”, “Russia on the Background of World’s History”, 1997; “David”, “Engaged with the Sea”, 1998; “The Portrait signed ‘Raphael’”, “How to Win Elections and Can it Be Done Fair”, 2000; “The Sarcophagus”, “The Context”, 2001.
Russia, 2003, colour, 39 min.
Director: Alexei Khanyutin
The story is based on routine criminal case 1-377 brought to the Cherepovetsk district court – domestic murder in a middle-class family in a typical Russian provincial town. A closer look at a daily life of the province becomes focus of cinematographic investigation.