4 Nov 2015

Leviathan aka Leviafan [2014 Russian Bluray 720p GNL 850 MB Google Drive]

Leviathan aka Leviafan [2014 Russian Bluray 720p GNL 850 MB Google Drive]

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Leviathan (Russian: Левиафан) is a 2014 Russian drama film directed by Andrey Zvyagintsev, co-written by Zvyagintsev and Oleg Negin, and starring Aleksei Serebryakov, Elena Lyadova, and Vladimir Vdovichenkov. According to Zvyagintsev, the story of Marvin Heemeyer in the United States inspired him and it was adapted into a Russian setting, but critics compare the story to the more similar biblical story of Naboth's Vineyard, where a King vies for his subjects' land and is motivated by his Queen to obtain it in a sly manner. The character development of the protagonist parallels another biblical figure, Job. The producer Alexander Rodnyansky has said: "It deals with some of the most important social issues of contemporary Russia while never becoming an artist's sermon or a public statement; it is a story of love and tragedy experienced by ordinary people". Critics noted the film as being formidable, dealing with quirks of fate, power and money.

The film was selected to compete for the Palme d'Or in the main competition section at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival. Zvyagintsev and Negin won the award for Best Screenplay. The film was adjudged as the best film of the year at the 45th International Film Festival of India. It won the Best Foreign Language Film award at the 72nd Golden Globe Awards. It was also nominated for an Academy Award for Best Foreign Film.

Sinopsis / Summary / Plot / Resensi / Ringkasan Cerita / Reviu:

The film is set in fictional town of Pribrezhny (shot in the coastal town of Teriberka, Murmansk), Russia. The story revolves around a hotheaded simpleton alcoholic man named Kolya (Alexei Serebriakov) and the events in his life. The film's narrative is focused on the dark and icy aspects of human nature and the modern fissures found in social contracts, particularly the ones found in the abuses of modern law. The film attempts to unmask the truth behind moral aspects of superficial friendliness, blind love and undeserved trust. Things begin to unravel tragically for Kolya when crooked mayor Vadim (Roman Madyanov) eyes Kolya's property and moves to officially expropriate it, supposedly for a telecoms mast, for a grossly undervalued sum. Kolya believes the mayor's real plan is to build a villa for himself.

Kolya values his independence takes great pride in having aristocracy that his family has lived in that house for generations. The mayor's plan threatens his life's foundations. Meanwhile, Kolya also has to juggle his disarrayed family life with a discontented wife Lilya (Elena Lyadova) and a son from his first marriage, Roma (Sergey Pokhodaev), who exhibits defiant behavior typical of teenagers. Kolya is friends with people varying social standings in his town, though his friends are only friends for exploiting his talent as a skilled mechanic as favors.

To tackle his legal problems, Kolya enlists the help of his old army friend Dmitri, nicknamed Dima (Vladimir Vdovichenkov), a sharp lawyer from Moscow, to fight the unjust expropriation. Dmitri pressures mayor Vadim to reverse his actions by using compromising document, which is temporarily effective. The discontented Lilya initiates an extramarital affair with Dmitri with hope to get out from the dull town and dull life.

In an outing Kolya finds out about the affair and assaults Dmitri. Meanwhile mayor Vadim goes to his friend, a local Orthodox Church bishop, for spiritual comfort and is ambiguously encouraged to solve his problems by the force of his power as mayor, as the Bishop uses his secular power to ensure his life of luxury. This motivates Vadim and he hires thugs to frighten Dmitri with a mock execution and orders him to return to Moscow. Vadim orders his office workers to go forward in expropriating Kolya's house. Dmitri in a last tryst with Lilya, says he is leaving her. Despondent Lilya who is socially and morally deprived of being a honorable woman by her friends gets depressed. An inebriated Kolya comes onto Lilya for a macho recovery from shame and reconciles with her, Roma sees the two of them copulating in an open space. Ashamed he runs away for a while, returning home he verbally abuses Lilya. Unable to bear the grimness of her life any longer, Lilya, driven by guilt leaves the house early one morning and commits suicide from a cliff nearby her working place.

A mournful Kolya revs up his drinking habits even more and encounters a priest; he taunts him, asking him where God is at a time like this? The Orthodox priest who is a pious man, replies in riddles and quotes verses from Book of Job: "Can you pull in Leviathan with a fishhook or tie down its tongue with a rope? . . . Nothing on earth is his equal." The priest counsels Kolya that, when Job accepted his fate, he was rewarded with a long and happy life.

Soon, Kolya is arrested, and the police claim to have alleged evidence that Lilya was in fact murdered. Kolya breaks down as he finds out his friends have told police about heat-of-the-moment, empty threats he made to Lilya when he caught her with Dmitri. Kolya is convicted of murder charge and is sentenced to fifteen years in a maximum-security prison by Vadim's unscrupulous associates in the Justice system. Instead of leaving Roma with social services, Kolya’s scheming friends take him in. In the end, Kolya's homestead is torn down for Vadim's project, which turns out to be a Church for his élite friends and corrupt bishop.

The film concludes with a hypocritical sermon by the local bishop, in the new church Vadim has built on Kolya's land. The bishop, in a paradoxical manner, addresses the congregation to be open to the truth and to champion it, because that is true freedom and that if anyone tries to convince them with actions of destruction, hatred and violence justified as interventions with good intentions, those are lies passed off as truth. When this sermon is delivered, responses from various groups inside the church are shown in a subtly satiric manner. The bishop ends his sermon by stating the significance of upholding cardinal virtues in this ever-changing world, and he offers benedictions.

The film ends where it began, with shots of the Arctic Sea beating on rocky shores and a gigantic whale skeleton lying on a beach as a symbolic representation of Kolya’s life rotting away after accepting his fate.

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Leviathan aka Leviafan [2014 Russian]

Durasi: 140 Minutes Genre: Drama Rating IMDB: 7,7 dari 10
IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2802154/?ref_=nv_sr_6

Director: Andrey Zvyagintsev
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Casts: Aleksey Serebryakov, Elena Lyadova, Roman Madyanov, Vladimir Vdovichenkov
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