Grisha must find a statue of Lenin
The comedy Lenin in October takes place in Ashdod. Grisha has almost given up on his dream of opening a restaurant. The sudden death of a rich uncle in Russia changes all that. The uncle leaves all his money to his beloved nephew for the very purpose of opening a restaurant, but there's a catch. The uncle was a sworn Communist all his life and the restaurant must be dedicated to the sacred values of Communism. Grisha doesn't really mind. What is important here is the dream, ideology is a distant second. But how do you go about finding a statue of Lenin in Israel?
A film by Evgeny Ruman
Special Jury Mention, Haifa International Film Festival 2010
Special Prize for the main Actor Alexander Senderovich, Haifa International Film Festival 2010
Washington Jewish Film Festival, December 2011
Jewish Film Foundation of Australia
Boston Jewish Film Festival, November 2011
Silicone Valley Jewish Film Festival, October 2011
Saarbruecken, Germany, October 2011
Motif- Jewish Film Festival Warsaw, October 2011
Sao Paulo Jewish Film Festival, August 2011
Toronto Jewish Film Festival, May 2011
New Jersey Jewish Film Festival, March 2011
Haifa International Film Festival 2010
Beth Tefiloh Library
Script: Arcadi Karsilchikov, Evgeny Ruman
Camera: Ziv Berkovich
Editor: Ernest Aranov
Music: Avi Benjamin
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