Tag: kazakhstan

Review: A DARK, DARK MAN, Strangely Addictive, Nihilistic Crime and Corruption

Directed by Adilkhan Yerzhanov, the detective story from Kazakhstan paints a bleak picture of police work in the rurals. Now streaming on MHz Choice.

Rotterdam 2022 Review: ASSAULT, Deadpan Tragicomedy Shocks Less Than It Amuses

From Kazakhstan and director Adilkhan Yerzhanov comes a comic thriller about a teacher and fellow parents deciding to fight back against an armed invasion of their school.

Busan 2020 Review: In THREE, Soviet Rule Made Monsters Of Everyone

A police intern becomes the lead investigator in one of the most gruesome and notorious murder cases in modern history, in Ruslan Pak's bleak and introspective new thriller. Inspired by the true story of Kazakh serial killer and cannibal Nikolai...

New Trilogy Planned From HARMONY LESSONS Director, Emir Baigazin

Emir Baigazin, director of Harmony Lessons (read Christopher Bourne's review here) and The Wounded Angel, which just screened in Berlin yesterday, is already planning another trilogy of films. Screen Daily is reporting that the new trilogy of films, starting with Over...

HEIST HE WROTE: Check The Trailer For The Kazakh Heist Comedy

It's been a while since we last had a look at a film from the central Asian nation of Kazakhstan in these pages but with Wanted director Timur Bekmambetov hailing from that nation and actively looking to spur and support...