Fairytale.Is

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Fairytale.Is
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Directed byKonstantin Statskiy
Elizaveta Solomina
Aleksandr Barshak
Produced by Mikhail Porechenkov
Maksim Korolyov
Written byNadezhda Ryaschikova
Lelya Smolina
Anastasia Perova
Starring Elizaveta Boyarskaya
Maksim Matveyev
Mikhail Porechenkov
Konstantin Khabensky
CinematographyArtyom Polosatiy
Andrei Katorzhenko
Production
company
Nashe Kino
Release date
  • September 13, 2012 (2012-09-13) [1]
Running time
92 minutes
CountryRussia
LanguageRussian
Budget$3 500 000 [1]

Fairytale.Is (Russian : Сказка. Есть, romanized: Skazka. Est) is a 2012 Russian children's-fantasy-anthology film. [2] [3]

Contents

Plot

The picture consists of three short films.

In the first segment, Dasha quarrels with her father and mother and falls into the world of toys because of her yet unborn sister. Because of getting hit with a toy elephant, she gets transported into a new world - the world of toys. Her parents are dolls in this world. Their own daughter becomes her older sister.

In the second segment, the father-architect is fascinated by the project of creating a building for the circus and does not pay any attention to his son Fedya. He ends up spoiling the miniature of the building, and after a quarrel, his father is suddenly transferred to the inside of a circus which has not yet been built for a very unexpected performance.

The third segment tells of a certain school with strange rules. 12-year-old Vanya and a new teacher Svetlana, who came for an internship, find out that during the full moon the teachers and the school itself turn into a living nightmare.

Cast

Segment "The World of Toys"

Segment "Childhood Forever"

Segment "Epischo"

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References

  1. 1 2 "Сказка. Есть". Kinopoisk.
  2. "Трейлер фильма "Сказка. Есть"". Komsomolskaya Pravda.
  3. "Сказка. Есть". Channel One Russia.

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