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Special screenings
Special screenings
Gorbachev. Heaven
  • 100 min
  • Russian
  • English
"Gorbachev. Heaven" is a documentary film about changes that reverberated throughout the world wrought by one man. A film summing-up the life of a man who changed the world in the 20th century. Gorbachev’s short time in power was marked by the collapse of this empire. He was the architect of Glasnost and Perestroika, policies that gave the citizens of the Soviet Union – what Ronald Reagan called “the Evil Empire” – a chance to be free. He tore down the Berlin Wall. But at the same time, under his rule, the Chernobyl nuclear facility exploded and its destruction was concealed. Citizens demanding independence in the Baltic states died. Soldiers wielding shovels brutally suppressed protesters in Tbilisi. And Soviet tanks menaced, and killed, peaceful demonstrators in Baku. The Soviet empire collapsed under him – and he is condemned by his own people. With this burden of the past, this lonely old man is living the last days of his life in an empty house in the suburbs near Moscow.
Showtimes
Moscow
Cinema Oktyabr
3 Dec
19:00
Cinema Oktyabr
11 Dec
19:00
Saint Petersburg
Angleterre Cinema
9 Dec
19:00
Film crew
  • Director:
    Vitaly Mansky
  • Screenwriter:
    Alexander Gelman, Vitaly Mansky
  • Cinematographer:
    Alexandra Ivanova, Mikhail Gorobchuk
  • Producer:
    Natalia Manskaia, Vit Klusak, Filip Remunda
  • Composer:
    Karlis Auzans
  • Sound operator:
    Anrijs Krenbergs
Information
  • Theme:
    History, Politics, Portrait
  • Film studio:
    Вертов, Hypermarket Film, ARTE G.E.I.E., Czech Television, Current time
  • Genre:
    Essay, Interview
  • Country of action:
    Russia
  • Place of action:
    Moscow
  • Language:
    Russian
  • Subtitles:
    English
  • Artdocfest 2020
    Gala premiere
  • Winner of international festivals
    IDFA Award for Best Directing