Yakut Detective Drama Became A Contender For The "Golden Globe"

Yakut Detective Drama Became A Contender For The "Golden Globe"
Yakut Detective Drama Became A Contender For The "Golden Globe"

Video: Yakut Detective Drama Became A Contender For The "Golden Globe"

Video: The 66th Golden Globe Awards Part 1 2022, November
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The detective drama "My Killer" by the Yakut director Kostas Morsan was accepted for consideration by the jury of the Golden Globe Award as a potential nominee in the category "Best Foreign Language Film". The film by Kostas Morsan is based on real events described in the story of the Yakut writer Yegor Neymokhov "The Case on Lake Saisary". This is a story about a young investigator trying to solve the mysterious murder of a girl - the case turns out to be much more complicated than it seems.

The program director of the II World Asian Film Festival George Shamshum announced to the Notebook-Yakutsk that the film could be one of the candidates for the Golden Globe. He noted that he himself is fond of Yakut cinema, which he considers one of the most interesting in Asia.

The film won the Grand Prix at the IV Yakutsk International Film Festival, and also entered the main competition of the World Asian Film Festival, which will be held from October 24 to November 1 in Los Angeles. The film will start showing in Russian cinemas on October 27.

The only Russian film ever to receive a Golden Globe is Andrei Zvyagintsev's Leviathan.

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