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  1. Alex Hall's rating of the film Roads to Koktebel

    Enjoyable, but seems to be quite a hackneyed theme.

  2. εξώτερο Διάστημα's rating of the film Roads to Koktebel

    Extended post for the 1 moment bound to stay: boy on shore at night covering with flimsy red-white beach umbrella, audibly trembling like a noisy solitary crab clicking claws with incipient aggression or with the effort to dig up a warmer hole ;_; ♥ is the image of burgeoning emotive endoskeleton as regular letdowns stiffen the shielded crustacean within. Foreshadows in the earlier recital from Pushkin's grisly poem.

  3. ehk2's rating of the film Roads to Koktebel

    a very "Russian" feel/touch indeed... those strange camera angles and moves, fades, dialogue, sadness, melancholy all resemble old Soviet animations...

  4. goverselle's rating of the film Roads to Koktebel

    I think that this is movie is not about the boy, but about his father and choices an adult makes. So the boy is only disguised in main character but he is not 4,5 stars

  5. Antonio Albagli's rating of the film Roads to Koktebel

    beautiful ending, photographically and narratively.

  6. Giorgio's rating of the film Roads to Koktebel

    No happy end for this Russian film, whose athmosphere is similar to that of another story where father and sons travel a long way to nowhere: Andrei Zvyagintsev's "Vozvrashcheniye"

  7. Louf's rating of the film Roads to Koktebel

    The first shot, the static looking at a tunnel/pipe set in a field made me think. It made me think how pretentious this film was. Those extra lingering seconds added to most scenes in Koktebel are just pure conceitedness on the part of the director. It's a turn-off. Be brave, make the cut. A quality film slow editing does not necessarily make.

  8. Diego Uvence's rating of the film Roads to Koktebel

    Supreme photography. Gleb Puskepalis' wonderful acting.

  9. Danielkyoto's rating of the film Roads to Koktebel

    Filmed and paced like a still life photographer. The collage of arrested shots look nice but are only linear.Genuine tension is left out for yet another still life.

  10. Olivia Reneé Saldívar's rating of the film Roads to Koktebel

    Genius in wise ways of the Russians. Possibly the best natural cinematography I've seen all year.