In a remote corner of Russia, the lives of two boys ù Ivan, a headstrong 12 year-old, and Andrey, his sensitive older brother - are shattered by the return of their father after a ten-year absence. Ivan is suspicious of the interloper's identity, especial
Yes. Zvyagintsev's debut film, which manages to be both naturalistic and stylised, is a quiet and disquieting masterpiece which gets under your skin and stays there long after you leave the cinema.
Reviewed by David Hughes
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