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by Tony Pemberton


It is the 1991 coup in the Soviet Union. Pyotr Voyd, a young gangster awakes in the notorious prison of Lubyanka, captured by the KGB. During the interrogation process he loses his memory and believes that he is a Russian Revolutionary poet in 1919 where he joins the real-life Red Army hero Vasily Chapayev and his sidekick machine gunner Anna.

international title: Buddha's Little Finger
original title: Buddha's Little Finger
country: Germany, Canada, Russia
year: 2015
genre: fiction
directed by: Tony Pemberton
film run: 84'
release date: DE 06/08/2015
screenplay: Tony Pemberton, William Jennings
cast: Toby Kebbell, Karine Vanasse, Stipe Erceg, Christoph Bach, Ivan Shvedoff
cinematography by: Stéphanie-Anne Weber-Biron
film editing: Anja Siemens, Elisabeth Tremblay
art director: Tobias Frank
costumes designer: Sandra Klaus
producer: Karsten Stöter, Benny Drechsel, Martin Paul-Hus
co-producer: Frank Evers, Helge Neubronner, Andreas Eicher
production: Rohfilm GmbH, cine plus Filmproduktion, Amerique Film
backing: Mitteldeutsche Medienförderung (MDM), Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg (MBB), SODEC, Telefilm Canada, Media Development Programme
distributor: Farbfilm Verleih GmbH
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