Okhlobystin, Nagiyev and Roma: what to watch in the cinema this autumn

© Courtesy of the press service of «Kinotavr»from the film Temporary difficultiesOkhlobystin, Nagiyev and Roma: what to watch in the cinema this autumn© courtesy of the press service of «Kinotavr»

In the Russian rolling out the acclaimed film «Temporary difficulties». There was excitement in the summer, when the tape has caused controversial reaction of the audience and critics at the festival «Kinotavr» in Sochi: the filmmakers accused of promoting inhumane methods of treatment for children with disabilities.

What else to expect from the Russian Prime Minister this autumn — in the material RIA Novosti.

«Temporary difficulties»

Film Michael Raskhodnikova with Ivan Okhlobystin in the role of an authoritarian father and a Rinal by Muhametova as «experimental» — son with cerebral palsy — at «Kinotavr» shocked many. «You’re not sick, you have temporary difficulties», — says the hero Okhlobystin, throwing wheelchair son on the steps, or forcing him to crawl on his belly through the swamp to the house.

According to the scenario, such «non-standard» methods of dealing with serious illness made character muhametova successful city business consultant, but the audience is not approved. The authors of the tapes was justified, citing the real story of the businessman Arkady Zucker, served as the prototype of the hero. Viewers can decide for themselves encountered an ethical dilemma in cinemas from September 13.

«The heart of the world»

Learning about a terminal illness, he decided to take a sudden step to hide from death in a female form. This transformation finds no understanding of the villagers, nor in the family of Egor. It is the role of the wife — Natalia Kudryashova — received the prize as best actress in the competition program of the Venice Horizons. The tape can be seen on 25 October.

«The Crimean bridge. Made with love!»

In the center of the plot — a love triangle between charismatic local leader, capital PR and student archaeologist.

The film starred Catherine Spitz, Artem Tkachenko, Alexey Demidov, Yuri Stoyanov, Irina Rozanova and Sergei Nikonenko. The script was written by Margarita Simonyan, music Sergey Trofimov. On the screens on 1 November.