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The Return


Vladimir Garin, Konstantin Lavronenko, Nataliya Vdovina, Ivan Dobronravov View All


Andrey Zvyagintsev (Director), Vladimir Moiseyenko (Writer), Aleksandr Novototsky (Writer) View All

Release: Jun. 25th, 2003
Runtime: 1 hour, 50 minutes
A story of two Russian boys whose father suddenly returns home after a 12-year absence. He takes the boys on a holiday to a remote island on a lake that turns into a test of manhood of almost mythic proportions.
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Citizen Rules
That linear-straight forward story telling allowed the film to focus intensely on the moment at hand.
Two brothers, Ivan (Ivan Dobronravov) and Andrei (Vladimir Garin) are shocked then their absentee father (Konstantin Lavronenko) returns after a 12 year absence.