Regrann from @diana_di_laurenti - Kazakhe Actress Samal Yeslyamova won the Best Actress Award at #cannes2018 for Sergei Dvortsevoy's Ayka.
While waiting for the release date of the film that we will see without hesitation, we extend our warmest congratulations to this young actress Kazakhe. "AYKA" tells the ordeal of a young Kyrgyz mother in the Moscow snow. " Ayka, our heroine who has just given birth, escapes through the window of motherhood and abandons her child.His phone keeps ringing. 'she owes money to violent people, she drags herself in the Moscow snow, and joins a dark workshop where she plucks chickens and goes for a hundred minutes of snorkeling in the infernal life of Kyrgyz immigrants to Moscow: Ayka, whom the camera will follow for a few days, struggles to find a job to repay a debt - and therefore to survive, despite the snowstorm that paralyzes the city and despite the memory of his newborn baby. do not laugh, no.
Ayka's cinema, written by Sergey Dvortsevoy (author of the pretty but not very fine Kazakh comedy Tulpan), is stripped to the bone. Few ellipses, little out of field, a camera carried on the shoulder that does not let go of our heroine for a single second ... It's strong, stuffy and icy, hard and violent. Pessimistic. But Ayka is also carried by an energy strong enough to maintain the pressure: the shots-sequences make us cross frontally an overseas Russian, of cupboards in squats, like a dark odyssey clandestine. The energy of the film is obviously embodied by the actress Salma Yeslyamova, who fights with amazing strength to keep herself alive in a racist and frozen Russia. No, she's not really here to laugh.
Presented in competition at the 71st Cannes Film Festival, Ayka has no release date yet. "
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