New review: the Salyut-7 13.10.2017

A very artsy film, which could end up with something really worthwhile, if not a series, especially uncut, mistakes.

This film is absolutely the wrong rhythm. The viewer has no time to feel the intrigue, as it has developed and exhausted. The film, especially in the beginning, very much lacking pauses, the story coming out haltingly, in the end, the viewer is not involved in the problem and the intrigue of the work, therefore the plot does not capture attention and does not affect the soul. In the film, distribute many-to-many dramatic sketches, but in fact none of them brought to emotional resolution. Too many of them, and unfortunately, they are all inadequate.

The film aspires to the level of a Hollywood movie, but he lacks the height and accuracy of the technical execution. Honestly, sometimes the space is not similar to the space (where it’s not light). Some scenes look very implausible, it is felt that the sound should increase intensity and tension, but despite his desperate attempts, he can not. While attempts are too obvious. It is evident that the filmmakers are trying to create tension, but tension is obtained please believe that it is.

I can’t believe not only the imaginary intrigue, but the play of most actors. Not that they play badly, but very apparent that they play, they somehow do not get finished. Why? Here is a mystery. They just know how to play well. This is all, of course, does not apply to Pavel Derevyanko, who created the most striking image in the whole film. His hero truly empathize with the fate of his character remains significant until the end of the story.

In fact, in the film there is a large number of interesting directorial finds, great attention to detail, and the climax of the film is a very touching moment.

But something the film is still not enough, why I can not believe neither in space, nor in heroes, nor in the plot.

New review: the Salyut-7 13.10.2017

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