“In the last five years 62,000 Russian children have been abducted, taken out of the country and sold. THIS HARD-HITTING DRAMA is the remarkable story of one of these children.“
The lucky ones are adopted by rich families in the West. Others are sold into a life of prostitution, drugs or crime. But many are murdered so their organs can be sold on the black market, often with the collusion of the Russian police.
2007; Russian Federation; Drama, Politics; 78 minutes; 35mm, HDCAM-SR; 1:1.77 (16:9); Dolby SRD; Original Language: Russian; Subtitles: English
Aleksandr Laslo, Cecile Henry
Andrey Sherbinin, Cecile Henry
Project WE, Krasnaya Strela, SD Cinema Park
Alexander Laslo was born in Leningrad (present-day St Petersburg). He studied classical music at the Rimsky-Korsakov Conservatory in the same city. Following successes in a range of musical projects, he joined his former school friend Konstantin Serebryakov at Project We. Yarik is his directorial debut.