Dream

  Dream and reality - on two opposite perception of the human condition. Sometimes, in special cases, a person is unable to understand what the reality is his mind: whether the mind is asleep and generates at the same time the images that currently draw human picture of the world, different from the usual, or visual receptors convey to him the true state of things in space and time. Sometimes a face that is so vague and unsteady, that man is quite able to get caught up and stuck forever in eternal sleep in the unattainable jelly color spots, mood clots and individual figures, bearing not good, not evil. 
     The first Surrealist film perestroika years

Author: 

Year: 

1987

Country: 

Russia
Technical data

Original format: 

16mm

Speed: 

24FPS

Aspect ratio: 

1.37:1

Colour: 

Colour

Sound: 

Sound

Length: 

20 minutes

References: 

 

IMDB

Distribution/sales: 

II festival of parallel cinema, Leningrad, March 1989; 
"9999" Festival, St. Petersburg, April 1995; 
XIII International Festival of Arts "Sergey Oskolkov and his friends", St. Petersburg, Peterhof, Oranienbaum, June 2009 ; 
I Bommer International Film Festival, Ukraine, Kharkiv, April 2010.

Image Gallery: 

Poster for film "Dream" (1987)
Poster for film by Dmitri Frolov "Dream" (1987)

Themes: 

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