2013, Blu-Ray, Color, 82’, French, Russia, English Subtitled, France, Russia
Director: Eva Pervolovici, Script: Eva Pervolovici, Monica Stan, Cinematographer: Alfredo Altamirano, Editing: Dounia Sichov, Sound: Fabrice Osinski, Momchil Bozhkov, Music: Vitto Mereilles, Production: Kinoelektron, Cast: Dinara Drukarova, Denis Lavant, Marie-Isabelle Stheynman

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