Arrhythmia (film)

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Arrhythmia
Arrhythmia (film).jpg
Directed by Boris Khlebnikov
Produced by
Screenplay by
Starring
Cinematography Alisher Khamidkhodzhaev
Edited by
  • Ivan Lebedev
  • Yulia Batalova
Production
company
Release date
  • September 28, 2017 (2017-09-28)
Country
  • Russia
  • Finland
  • Germany[1]
Language Russian

Arrhythmia (Russian: Аритми́я) is a 2017 Russian drama film directed by Boris Khlebnikov. Participant of the contest Kinotavr.[2] It was released on 28 September, 2017.

Plot[edit]

Oleg is a young gifted paramedic. His wife Katya, a doctor, works at the hospital emergency department. She loves Oleg, but is fed up with him caring more about patients than her. She tells him she wants a divorce. The new head of Oleg's EMA substation is a cold-hearted manager who's got new strict rules to implement. Oleg couldn't care less about the rules - he's got lives to save. His attitude gets him in trouble with the new boss. The crisis at work coincides with the personal life crisis. Caught between emergency calls, alcohol-fueled off-shifts, and search for a meaning in life, Oleg and Katya have to find the binding force that keeps them together.

Release and accolades[edit]

In June 2017, Arrhythmia won the Grand Prix, Best Actor (Aleksander Yatsenko) and the Audience Award at the Kinotavr festival in Sochi, Russia.[3]

At the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival the film received the award for Best Actor (Aleksander Yatsenko).[4]

It was also screened at the Toronto International Film Festival (in the Contemporary World Cinema section).[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Kinotavr [catalogue]" (PDF). p. 18. Retrieved 2017-09-20.
  2. ^ The president of Kinotavr believes that there are 4-5 interesting films in the contest
  3. ^ Vladimir Kozlov (2017-06-14). "'Arrhythmia Wins Grand Prix at Russia's Kinotavr Fest". Hollywood Reporter.
  4. ^ "Czech-Slovak Film 'Little Crusader' Wins Top Prize at Karlovy Vary Film Festival". Variety.
  5. ^ "Contemporary World Cinema – Arrhythmia". Toronto International Film Festival.

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