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by Jaak Kilmi, Arbo Tammiksaar


Christ Lives in Siberia is a fascinating cross-section of life within a new religious community. The film depicts everyday life in the cult in the middle of Siberian wilderness. The crowds travel wooded paths to hear the sermons of their Messiah, singing His praises. The children go to the local school, learning the wise words of Vissarion. Ordinary people describe how they found their way into the community led by Vissarion. Finally, the reincarnation of Christ himself emerges in front of the camera.

international title: Christ Lives in Siberia
original title: Kristus elab Siberis
country: Estonia, Finland
year: 2015
genre: fiction
directed by: Jaak Kilmi, Arbo Tammiksaar
film run: 85'
release date: EE 13/02/2015
screenplay: Jaak Kilmi, Arbo Tammiksaar
cinematography by: Arbo Tammiksaar, Jaak Kilmi
film editing: Mirjam Jegorov
music: Andre Pichen
producer: Margus Õunapuu, Kaarle Aho
production: Film Tower Kuubis, Making Movies
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