Bradford International Film Festival 2013

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Me Too Me Too
Me Too and The Stoker
Cargo 200 (Country: Russia; Year: 2007; Director: Alexey Balabanov; Writer: Alexey Balabanov; Stars: Agniva Kuznetsova, Aleksei Poluyan, Leonid Gromov)
One fearful night at a remote farmhouse echoes the breakdown of post-Soviet Russia.
Me Too (Country: Russia; Year: 2012; Director: Alexey Balabanov; Writer: Alexey Balabanov; Stars: Aleksandr Mosin, Jurij Matveyev, Oleg Garkusha)
After inadvertently committing an act of violence, a group of friends journeys to a legendary tower in the hope of travelling to a better world.
The Stoker (Kochegar) (Country: Russia; Year: 2010; Director: Alexey Balabanov; Writer: Alexey Balabanov; Stars: Mikhail Skryabin, Alexander Mosin Yuri Matveyev)
A story of hit men and moral corruption is told through the eyes of the man who helps to burn the bodies.
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