Director: Andrey Gryazev | Countries of production: Russia | Year: 2012 | Length: 90 min
Language: Russian with English subtitles | Age: 15+ years

Screened as part of TOAFF13

This quasi-satirical and strangely moving documentary reads like Lars Von Trier in real life, embedding in the chaotic evolution of anarchist art movement Viona as their’ interventions’ light a fire to spread across Russia.

Vor and Koza lead an underground existence as they balance raiding their one year old son with going our at night to steal, topple cars and graffiti monuments.

As the stakes quickly escalate, questions about ‘what is art’, ‘what is activism’ and ‘what is civilised’ can only be answered at deep personal cost.

An oddly stirring, gripping and thought-provoking piece of work… with a good deal of humor
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British Film Institute Awards, Nominated, Sutherland Trophy
CPH:DOX 2012, Winner, Amnesty Award