해군 사관생들은 그들의 숫자 중 한 명인 사샤 스토크(Sasha Stork)가
18세가 되는 날 밤 술을 사겠다고 고집한다.
A group of first-year naval cadets find out that one of their number, Sasha Stork, is
turning eighteen. The guys insist on buying alcohol despite Sasha’s fears that it might end badly.
The subjects of the film are first-year cadets at a naval academy. Day-to-day
life in the barracks is a monotonous sequence of study and drills; their every move is highly
regimented. Out of the blue they find out that one of their classmates, Sasha Stork, is turning
eighteen. His friends are intent on having a good time and insist on buying alcohol despite
Sasha’s fears that it might end badly.
Naval academy. Straight-A student Sasha Stork is learning the nuts and
bolts of the maritime art, which lies somewhere between washing floors and dreaming of doing
practical training on a Greek ship during the summer. The weekly study routine is broken when
his mother arrives with a cake, and the cadets find out that it’s Sasha’s birthday. While Sasha is
set on drinking tea, his friends insist on buying alcohol. Cadets Lobanov and Frost, both of
whom have more in the way of official reprimands than ‘A’ grades, persuade Stork to go on an
escapade. However, a completely unexpected outcome awaits. As a result, not only the cadets’
futures but also their friendships are threatened.
Awards received by this film:
- Redline International Film Festival (Canada), 2018 - best short film
- TMFF - The Monthly Film Festival (England), march 2018 - best short film, best director, best writer, best actor
- Defenders of Fatherland (Russia), 2017 - best short film
- Bereginya (Russia), 2016 - best short film
Writer and Director - Sergey Tselikov
Director of Photography - Sergey Pchelintsev
Production Designer - Olga Bondareva
Composer and Sound Director - Vasily Filatov
Costume Designer - Christina Sinator
Makeup Artist - Tatyana Matyashov
Second Cameraman - Dmitry Vakulin
Assistant Cameraman - Anna Evstratova
Camera Technician - Aleksey Ukolov
Initial Sound Recording - Aleksey Adamovich
Chief Lighting Technician - Sergey Alekseev
Lighting Technicians - Gennady Bogatyrev, Nikita Nesterenko, Artyom Tkachenko
Assistant Directors - Vitaly Koshmak, Svetlana Lyulchenko, Alisa Storozhilova
Production Design Assistants - Svetlana Balenko, Anastasia Bezverkhaya, Ivan Shcherbak
Makeup Technicians - Veronika Rusikova, Yulia Volkova
Additional filming - Anton Kozlov, Maxim Kiryunin
Dubbing Directors - Vasily Shlykov, Evgenia Shirokova, Gleb Nekhoroshev
Foley Artist - Alexander Kurov
Colour Correction Supervisor - Aleksey Smagin
Executive Producer - Inga Yeremenko
Sasha Stork - Vladislav Kuznetsov
Frosty - Alexander Gorodisky
Brains - Boris Polushev
Cookie - Vladimir Brynko
Commander - Yuri Fomin
The Flask - Pavel Kaldin
Foot - Aleksey Dronov
Guts - Vladimir Anufriev
Kovyl - Nikolai Postnov
Kefir - Oleg Kabargin
Pâté - Mikhail Bakursky
Boots - Igor Pimenov
Mrs Stork - Yulia Kobets
Orderly - Dmitry Avdeenko
Lecturer - Yuri Morozov
선원으로 활동한 배경을 가진 감독, 세르게이 테슬리코프 씨는 다큐멘터리와 라이브 액션 영화를 만듭니다. 그는 2013년 제라시모프 시네마토그래피 연구소(Gerasimov Institute of Cinematography )를 졸업했고 이미 그의 이름을 딴 몇 개의 큰 프로젝트를 가지고 있다.
2009 년 그는 가능한 한도 내에서 삶에 관한 힘든 프로젝트를 완료했습니다. 캄차카 (Kamchatka)의 컴퓨터 프로그래머의 시련을 따라 다큐멘터리 촬영을하면서 40 킬로그램의 필름 장비를 들고 다니면서 피사체와 함께 고통을 겪어야했다. 그는 미국에서 6 개월 이상을 보냈습니다. 그는 유창한 영어와 미래의 영화 프로젝트를위한 새로운 재료를 구입했습니다.
Director’s Biography (short): A director with a background as a sailor, Sergey Tselikov makes documentary and live action films. He graduated from the Gerasimov Institute of Cinematography in 2013 and already has several large projects to his name. In 2009, he completed an arduous project about life on the limits of the possible. Shoot the documentary, which followed the trials of a computer programmer in Kamchatka, required him to suffer together with his subject while carrying a 40 kg pack of film equipment on his back. He has spent over six months in the US, where he acquired fluent English and new material for future film projects.
Director’s biography (extended): Before going to film school, Sergey Tselikov spent four years at the Naval Academy in St Petersburg. From being a teenager, the director knew that he needed something other than just office routine. This helped to define many aspects of his life as a young man. The attractions of life at sea and the chance to see the world were all part of a journey of self-discovery. Sergey tried his hand at various art forms before deciding to become a director. According to Sergey, nothing had ever fascinated him so much as the possibility of telling a story using the language of cinema, filming and thinking through how to stage a scene. As a result, in his fifth year of studies, Sergey decided on a change of course. He quit the Naval Academy and enrolled in the Directing Faculty at the Gerasimov Institute of Cinematography.
Quotation: “My memories of the years I spent as a cadet are very dear to me. When I quit the Academy in my fifth year, everyone wanted to know whether I regretted losing those years. But I always say I don’t regret a thing, as I wouldn’t have become the person I am if I hadn’t studied at the Naval Academy. That’s where I believe my personality took shape.”
2011 – Big Sister (20 minutes)
2013 – Zilov (20 minutes)
2016 – Going AWOL (20 minutes)