Jamshed Usmonov - Bihisht faqat baroi murdagon / To Get to Heaven First You Have to Die. / Чтобы Добраться до Небес Сначала, Вы должны Умереть.. (2006)

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Биҳишт фақат барои мурдагон / Bihisht faqat baroi murdagon / To Get to Heaven First You Have to Die / Чтобы Добраться до Небес Сначала, Вы должны Умереть
Directed byJamshed Usmonov
Writers: William Shakespeare (play), Metin Erksan (scenario)
Production Co: Elzévir Films, Ciné Manufacture
Country: Russia,France,Tajikistan,Germany,Switzerland
Publication date: 2006
Runtime: 90 min
Language: Russian,Tajik
Subtitles: English

Джамшед Усмонов
Jamshed Usmonov

Родился 13 января 1965 года.
Окончил Таджикский институт искусств. С 1986 года работал на "Таджикфильме" монтажером, актером, сценаристом, режиссером игровых, анимационных и документальных фильмов.
С 1991 по 1992 год - вольнослушатель Высших курсов сценаристов и режиссеров (Москва).
Живет в Париже.

Призы и награды

"Полет пчелы" - завоевал более 10 призов МКФ, в том числе- главный приз фестиваля СНГ и Балтии "Киношок",1999, г Гран -при и приз ФИПРЕССИ Фестиваля молодого кино в Турине, 1999
"Ангел справа" - Гран-при фестиваля стран СНГ и Балтии, "Киношок",20002, Национальная премия России "Ника", и др.

Kamal, 20 years old, can't have sexual intercourse with women although he is married. He goes to the big city and notices beautiful Vera, whom he follows round town. Will his partnership with her husband, a mafia thug, help him become a man ? (IMDb)
Striking and poetic, To Get To Heaven First You Have To Die confirms director Djamshed Usmonov s (Angel On The Right) position as one of the brightest talents of post-Soviet cinema. Sparer, bleaker and much more unsettling than his previous films it stars Khurched Golibekov as the sullen, wide-eyed Kamal, who has been married for a few months, but is unable to consummate his marriage. Learning that there is nothing physically wrong with him after visiting a doctor, Kamal sets off to the city in an attempt to cure impotence. With his child-like, country-boy naivete, he struggles to meet anyone until a chance encounter on a bus when he picks up a young married Russian factory worker. This accidental meeting takes him on a far more troubling and darker journey than he was counting on... Likened by critics to Krzysztof Kieslowski s A Short Film About Love, Usmanov's absolutely sure-footed direction and storytelling make for a film that gently, gradually pulls the rug out from under our feet, in a classic example of less-is-more film-making. (amazon.com)

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