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Vanessa McMahon

Vanessa is a novel writer, screenwriter, rep and a film producer. She shares her discoveries and film surprises. :-)



Russia and Romania at GO-EAST Film Festival 2012

  GENERATION P (2011) 

One of the film's to screen at this year's GOEAST Film Festival in Wiesbaden, Germany is Russian film GENERATION P (2011) by Russian/American director Victor Ginzburg.

Based on the book by Russian writer Victor Pelevin, the film is directed by American/Russian director Victor Ginzburg. The film is about Babylen Tatarsky, a copywriter for a major advertising company in the late 90’s in Post-Soviet Russia. Babylen is put to the test by the advertising firm to find the 'new Russian identity'. Well, what seemed an easy task turns an impossible one. A culture that once turned to great literature for such an identity is now subject to extreme commercialism and consumerism where the main 'literature' being read by the masses today is one-liner copywritten ads. Nevertheless, Babylen is a writer in the truest sense and like all those Russian greats that came before, he must look to the past to create the ideal for the future. So where does he go? …to ancient Mesopotamia. And how does he do it?.. with hallucinogenic mushrooms, cocaine, and vodka and a Ouija board with an image of Che Guevera on it!!!

To read review of GENERATION P:

  GENERATION P (2011) 



The film to close GOEAST this year will be Romanian film ADALBERT'S DREAM (2011) by Romanian director Gabriel Achim.


When I met Romanian director Gabriel Achim, I asked him about his film and he said this: 'Well, if you like intellectual porn then you will like my film...' Well, what a pitch because I couldn’t wait to see it, and indeed ADALBERT'S DREAM (Visul Lui Adalbert, 2011) IS ‘Intellectual Porn’… Read below to get to first base. But to go all the way, you’ll have to see the film!

To read an interview with the film's director Gabriel Achim, read here:





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