LETO Premiere in France
LETO is one of the recent acquisitions of Films4You and will debut in theaters in Portugal this year.
The talented filmmaker (and director of the Gogol Center) Russian Kirill Serebrennikov plunged in a beautiful story of tenderness and musical euphoria, told in black and white. to tell in black and white. The film takes place in Leningrad in the summer of the early 1980s. The music of Lou Reed, David Bowie, Bob Dylan, Velvet Underground spread all over the place, and the rock starts boiling at the Leningrad Rock Club, opening the doors to Perestroika. LETO (Summer) represents the struggle against the oppression of the non-conformist Kirill Serebrennikov, the a Russian filmmaker who remains under house arrest.
In France, the film reached 125,000 admissions after a month of showing. LETO won the Best Composer Award (Roman Bilyk and German Osipov) at the Cannes Film Festival 2018 and is now heading for the 2019 Berlin Film Festival.