Yakutian thriller “My Murderer” to be screened in Los Angeles

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Kostas Marsan’s movie ‘My murderer’ was added to the main competition programme of the Asian World Film Festival in Los Angeles.


Kostas Marsan is a director, an editing director, a scriptwriter at ART Doydu Company. He works in Yakutia (Russian region). His thriller “My Murderer” was added to the main competition programme of the Asian World Film Festival in Los Angeles.

It’s planned to show the film on 30-31 October, with English subtitles. The picture will be presented by the producer Marianna Skrybykina.

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The Asian World Film Festival (AWFF) brings the best of a broad selection of Asian World cinema to Los Angeles in order to draw greater recognition to the region’s wealth of filmmakers, strengthening ties between the Asian and Hollywood film industries. Uniting through cross-cultural collaboration, the festival champions films from 50 countries across Asia spanning from Turkey to Japan and Russia to India.

Before “My Murderer” won the Grand Prix of the 4th Yakutsk International Film Festival and the Golden Snow Glasses in the feature film competition. The leading lady Galina Tihonova received the award for best actress.

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SYNOPSIS

A young detective has little time to reveal a seemingly simple murder case. The investigation unravels into a dangerous journey into the world of illegal mining and trafficking of gold– a world ruled by money and life has little value. Will the case remain as clear as it seemed at first sight? Will your experience be enough, and old friends stay faithful or will love become a reliable refuge? There is no black and white in this film. There are only circumstances that change every minute.

 

 

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