KinoKlub – Spy/ Шпион

 

 

 

Thurs 9th August 2012, 6:10pm

 

Filmhouse, Edinburgh, EH3 9BZ

 

Russia, 2012, 99 min
Director: Aleksei Andrianov
Producers: Sergei Shumakov, Leonid Bereshagin 
Writers: Boris Akunin, Vladimir Valutsky
Cinematography: Denis Alarkon-Ramirez
Starring: Fyodor Bondarchuk, Vladimir Yepifantsev, Danila Kozlovsky
Music:  Yuri Potenko
Production:  Studio Three T, Studio Telekanal Russia 

(Russian with English subtitles)

 

 

We are delighted announce the return of SPY to KinoKlub, this time at Filmhouse in Edinburgh!

 

A gripping drama based on the novel 'The Spy Thriller' by Boris Akunin. Featuring an all-star cast, which includes Fyodor Bondarchuk, Vladimir Yepifantsev and Danila Kozlovsky, Spy is the latest and most ambitious Akunin work to be adapted for the big screen, with Akunin himself writing the script. Set in Moscow in the run up to the outbreak of war in 1941, the film chronicles the intrigues between the elusive spies of the Soviet Union and Nazi Germany.

 

Don’t miss Russia’s box-office phenomenon of 2012!

 

Tickets: £7.50/ £5.50 (cons)

 

To book tickets, visit the Filmhouse website.

 

Films can sell out in advance. We advise you to book early to avoid disappointment.

 

 

 

 

 

Aleksei Andrianov

 

 

 

 

Aleksei Andrianov graduated from the Faculty of Cinematography at VGIK in 2006. His short film 'Bulkin's Last Day' was screened widely at numerous international film festivals, winning several awards in Moscow, Hong Kong and Hungary. Spy is his first feature length film.

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