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Ukrainian film The Gendelyk enters Near Nazareth Festival

The director of the movie is Taras Dudar
11:45, 7 June 2019

Ukrainian film The Gendelyk poster
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The Ukrainian film The Gendelyk has entered the contest program of the Israeli Near Nazareth Festival. This was reported by State Film Agency of Ukraine on Facebook.

The Gendelyk is devoted to the memory of the author Oleksandr Stolyarov, who died shortly before the start of production of the film.

The director of the movie is Taras Dudar – it is his first work in the cinema.

According to the plot, scriptwriter Ivan Gerasimov, through the creative crisis, does not surrender in time to the script of the film. The fee is spent, and the customer - a criminal authority - threatens him with murder. The scriptwriter is forced to flee. He falls into various mysterious places. He is in the cafe "Crossroads", which is out of time and space. There, he meets strange and bizarre people who help him understand himself and understand that in order to have a future, we must leave the burden of memories of the past.

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The story is about a script writer Gerasimov who cannot betray the film's script in time because of the creative crisis. The fee is spent, and the customer - a criminal authority - threatens the murder. The scriptwriter is forced to run. During a trip, he gets to various mysterious places. The final stop is the "Gendelyk" railway station, where he meets strange people who help him to understand himself and understand that in order to have a future, we must leave the burden of memories in the past. But the final of the film becomes a complete surprise both for the viewer and for the main protagonist.

As it was reported earlier, Kyiv City State Administration hosted the awards ceremony of the 48th edition of Molodist International Film Festival. The event, which is held annually in Ukraine, gathers numerous cinema experts from this country and abroad; this time was no exception.

This year marked the 48th edition of the festival; it was held from May 25 till June 2. Over these nine days, the viewers saw more than 200 films. The closing day's main picture was Rocketman, telling the story of the prominent British musician Elton John, portrayed by Taron Eggerton.

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