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Arrhythmia

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Release date: 28 September 2017

Format: Feature film

Genre: Drama

Director: Boris Khlebnikov

Writer: Natalia Meshchaninova, Boris Khlebnikov

Cinematography: Alisher Khamidkhodzhaev

Producer: Ruben Dishdishian, Sergey Selyanov. Co-producer: Natalia Drozd

Production: Russia, Finland, Germany

Production Companies: Mars Media Entertainment, CTB Film Company with Don Films/Post Control and Color of May, with support from the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation, Finnish Film Foundation, NRW, Eurimages

Distributor: PROvzglyad

Actors: Alexander Yatsenko, Irina Gorbacheva, Nikolay Shraiber, Sergey Nasedkin, Maxim Lagashkin, Albina Tikhanova, Alexander Samoilenko, Anna Ukolova, Galina Averyanova, Polina Ilyukhina, Anna Kotova, Tatiana Rasskazova, Yevgeny Muravin, Sergey Udovik, Vladimir Kapustin, Yevgeniya Zasukhina

Colour: Colour

Oleg is a talented paramedic. His ambulance rushes from patient to patient. He knows his arrival can tip the scales. Each of his professional successes makes the world a little better. His main focus is always on doing the impossible. The rest—his carreer, his family, and his own life—can wait. Or can they? While Oleg is busy saving the lives of strangers, his has filed for divorce in despair. The new boss at the hospital cares only about statistics and rules. Yet Oleg’s ambulance still rushes from one call to the next to save the next person’s life. Which is easier: to save others, or to save yourself?

Festivals and Awards:
2017 28th Open Russian Film Festival "Kinotavr": main competition entry

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Arrhythmia

Oleg is a talented paramedic. His ambulance rushes from patient to patient. He knows his arrival can tip the scales. Each of his professional successes makes the world a little better. His main focus is always on doing the impossible. The rest—his carreer, his family, and his own life—can wait. Or can they? While Oleg is busy saving the lives of strangers, his has filed for divorce in despair. The new boss at the hospital cares only about statistics and rules. Yet Oleg’s ambulance still rushes from one call to the next to save the next person’s life. Which is easier: to save others, or to save yourself?

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