I have reviewed Alexander Sokurov’s “Faust” for The Moscow News, as promised. For a person who mostly stumbles around groggily in between caffeine sessions, I’ve had a very productive week. Hell, I even saw Putin. Though perhaps the best sight wasn’t Putin: it was journalist and author Anna Arutunyan, being lifted by a huge, factory… More Zombies, Goethe, peen. Also, Moscow.
For his radicalism. In case you were wondering. Should have a review of “Faust” coming out in the The Moscow News this Friday. Oh man. I am going to town.
So I finally saw this movie as part of the opening of the 2morrow festival here in Moscow. You might say that as the parents of a little boy, Alexey and I probably should not have seen something like this, particularly on the day that Lyovka turned 3 months old (3 months! Amazing! An entire… More Let’s talk about “We Need to Talk About Kevin”
This is one of those movies that has seriously reminded me of my age. Not necessarily in a bad way. I suppose it’s natural for Alexey to shoot a film that’s mostly about kids – now that we have our own kid. And I’m glad I’ve been involved in this project from the start. Being… More Another still from “Katya, Vitya, Dima”
“Katya, Vitya, Dima” is the English title. The working title in Russian is “Дом у дороги.” A good wife must promote her husband’s work at every opportunity – which is working against me at the moment, because anything I might say may be suspect. “Oh, of course she would say that.” It’s a shame, because… More A still from Alexey Zhiryakov’s “Katya, Vitya, Dima”