Angel on the Right
|Angel on the Right|
|Directed by||Jamshed Usmonov|
|Produced by||Jamshed Usmonov|
|Written by||Jamshed Usmonov|
|Edited by||Jacques Comets|
|Running time||91 minutes|
Angel on the Right (Tajik: Фариштаи китфи рост, translit. Farishtai kitfi rost) is a 2002 Tajik drama film directed by Jamshed Usmonov. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2002 Cannes Film Festival.
This dark comedy, the third feature film for Jamshed Usmonov, is set, and filmed on location, in the Tajik town of Asht. After serving a long prison sentence, a remorseless man returns to his home village. While trying to help his mother die with dignity, the man endures multiple run-ins with the unyielding villagers who expect to collect on his myriad overdue debts. The cast of this film is the real-life population of the town of Asht itself. Usmonov cast his own mother and brother for the lead roles in the film.
- Uktamoi Miyasarova as Halima
- Maruf Pulodzoda as Hamro
- Kova Tilavpur as Yatim
- Mardonkul Kulbobo as Mayor
- Malohat Maqsumova as Savri
- Furkat Burlev as The Barman
- Orzuqui Kholikov as Young man with goat
- Hokim Rakhmonov as Dervish
- Tolib Temuraliev as The Millionaire
- Davras Azimov as The Doormaker
- "Festival de Cannes: Angel on the Right". festival-cannes.com. Retrieved 2009-10-30.
|This 2000s drama film–related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|