Andrei Zvyagintsev

Andrei Zvyagintsev

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CANNES 2017: LOVELESS BY ANDREI ZVYAGINTSEV

By Mónica Delgado

As in his previous Works, Andrei Zvyagintsev proposes a new moral allegory to speak about the social crisis in current Russia, but this time, he does so from the devastated core of a middle class home going through a divorce process. If in Leviathan the fight against corruption was impeded of being banished because of the different criteria of the Orthodox Church in a small conservative town, or, if in Elena, a mother offered herself in sacrifice to protect his alcoholic son in a vicious circle of money and other transactions, in Loveless Zvyagintsev chooses a child as an expiatory goat of a society in decadence, reflected here in the institution of family, broken and enemy of solidarity and emotion.

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CANNES 2017: NELYUBOV (LOVELESS) DE ANDREY ZVYAGINTSEV

Por Mónica Delgado

Y hoy se proyectó el primer film de la competencia de la selección oficial y hay sentimientos encontrados. Extraordinaria dirección pero una mirada que conflictúa en su moralidad (purista) sobre la crisis en el país de Putin. Como en sus anteriores trabajos, Andrei Zvyagintsev propone una nueva alegoría moral para hablar de la crisis social en la Rusia actual, pero esta vez desde el núcleo devastado de un hogar de clase media en pleno proceso de divorcio.

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