Source Pravda.Ru

Russian premiere of Valery Todorovsky's film "Lover"

Valery Todorovsky's film "Lover" will premiere at the Avrora cinema in St. Petersburg on Wednesday.

"Lover" won the Grand-Prix and the prize for the best male role (Oleg Yankovsky) at the Kinotavr-2002 film festival in Sochi. In addition, Todorovsky's film won two prizes at the 50th film festival in San-Sebastian: for the script, written by Gennady Ostrovsky, and Sergei Mikhalchuk's camerawork.

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