A young married couple in today's Moscow: He's an unemployed guy who gets some money by giving rides to strangers at nights (the illegal taxi driving so common in Russia). She's a young graphic designer who just got her first job. The film tracks their unstable relationship throughout a year. Both have different backgrounds and pursue different goals in life, and gradually the differences, no matter how insignificant, become fatally important for their relationship.
Oxana Bychkova makes a poignant portrait of a young, immature love and subtly shows how feelings inevitably become routine, against the will of the lovers. This unsentimental and touching drama unfolds gradually but its pace is engaging and has genuine tension. Freely and elegantly shot in Moscow, not an easy city to capture in film. Written by Natalia Meschaninova and Lubov Mulmenko, authors of The Hope Factory (in Tiger competition this year).

Original title
Yeshche odin god
Filmmaker
Oxana Bychkova
Premiere
World premiere
Country
Russia
Year
2014
Medium
DCP
Length
107’
Language
Russian
Producer
Mikhail Rozentsveyg, Arnold Tatarintsev, Nikolay Borodachev, Vasiliy Shilnikov
Production Company
Multiland Ltd., Gosfilmofond of Russia
Sales
Antipode Sales & Distribution
Writer
Lubov Mulmenko, Natalya Meshchaninova
Cinematography
Kirill Bobrov
Editor
Ivan Lebedev
Production Design
Olga Khlebnikova
Sound Design
Vladimir Golovnitsky
Cast
Nadya Lumpova, Alexey Filimonov
Website
https://antipode-sales.biz/media/antipode_another_year_flyerweb.pdf