Braguino, Dir. Clément Cogitore, France / Finland, 2017, 50 min., Russian with English subtitles
In this documentary directed by the French artist, filmmaker and photographer Clément Cogitore, two feuding families, part of an ancient Russian Orthodox Church sect, live in adjoining but otherwise isolated compounds deep in Siberia’s boreal forest.
Filmed from the point of view of the Braguines family, the film documents their sequestered existence outside of the pressures of capitalism, while focusing on the conflicts and suspicions between the two families.
Sun, 28 Apr 2019
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