|Directed by||Abay Karpykov|
|Produced by||Boris Airapetyan|
|Written by||Boris Airapetyan
|Music by||Boris Airapetyan|
Fara (Russian: Фара) is a 1999 Russian drama film directed by Abay Karpykov. It was entered into the 21st Moscow International Film Festival where Farhat Abdraimov won the Silver St. George for Best Actor.
Fara is a good-natured fat man, the son of the murdered bank director. As a child, the boy was disabled, and only his sole friend Bob at the cost of his life helped to get the boy to his feet. Fara's father left him a legacy of millions on a secret account. Mafia's goal becomes to learn the code to it. Then a strange woman appears with a sick child whose life supposedly can only be saved by means of an immediate and very expensive operation ...
- Farhat Abdraimov as Fara
- Christina Orbakaite as stranger
- Aleksandr Aleksandrov
- Dauren Sarsekeyev
- Peter Zhmutski as hippie
- Maurizio Aschero as banker
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