Monday, December 7, 2020

PREMIUM SPOTLIGHT ON THE WILDLY MESMERIZING RUSSIAN WINTER FAIRY TALE SILVER SKATES ENCHANTING CINEMAS THIS DECEMBER

   SILVER SKATES MOVIE  
AN ENCHANTING FAIRY TALE
Except Monster Hunter and Wonder Woman (which will stream on HBO Max the same day it opens in theatres) there really won't be much
The film arrives to cinemas December 10th
cinematic fun these holidays, so this wildly enchanting Russian fairy tale SILVER SKATES also known as Serebryanye konki will will certainly be a refreshment and will mesmerise you when it skates into cinemas December 10th with its insane opulence, rich fairy tale sets, enchantingly gorgeous costumes and beautiful songs written especially for the film!  Directed by Michael Lockshin (this is his feature film début) it stars our gorgeous favourite Kirill Zaytsev alongside Sonia Priss, Fedor Fedotovand Yuri Kolokolnikov  as the Great Prince. Check out the enchanting trailer below along with the breathtaking new posters and tell us
The film is epic 130 minutes long!
what you think. Are you ready for some winter magic? No Western distributor yet, sadly.
 
  THE WINTER OF LOVE & DRAMA
The 20th century is just around the corner. In winter, St. Petersburg transforms into a fairytale-like wonderland where frozen rivers and canals bustle with festivity. The city is home to 18-year-old Matvey who works as a delivery boy at a famous local bakery. The son of a poor lamplighter, his only treasure is a pair of silver-plated skates he inherited from his father.
It is a feature film debut of director Michael Lockshin
Meanwhile, a high-ranking official's daughter Alisa is feeling like a prisoner in her father's mansion after being offered to become the wife of the Grand Prince. One day their paths cross. Each has its own difficult story, but once faced, they rush to a dream together.  

8 comments:

  1. Sure looks like a movie that a lot will enjoy.

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    1. Hope corona will allow for a decent success in cinemas. For some reason this one wasn't pushed for next year like Little Humpback Horse.

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  2. That does look absolutely stunning. Forget the movie, can I live in the setting?? At least, until COVID ends?? LOL Our cinemas are nonexistent here and I don't think they'll ever make a come back. No one can afford the high prices these days nor can we afford the health risks.

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    1. Yes, especially now that Worner Bross. has stabbed them in the semi/dead back by sending their movies to HBO Max. Our cinemas and theatres are exempt from the nongathering rules, but you need to wear a mask of course.

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  3. I'm moving in the setting with Jax. It is ever so enchanting!
    If cinema does ever make a come back, I hope they learned that we can live without them, so they better lower their prices. It's ridiculous how much it costs a family of 4 to enjoy 2 hours at the movies these days. I, personally, would rather sit on my comfy couch with Jason, not having to crane my neck over a fat head in front of me just to see the screen. Not to mention the loud chewing, talking, and people kicking my seat. It's not such a fun experience, especially when you have to go broke for a little outing.

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    1. On top of all that, our cinemas also smell LOL I'm guessing they have to make their prices so high because studios take a lot of money from them, but maybe not.

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  4. They do say that the studio takes the money from the film and the cinema makes their money from selling snacks. Both film and snacks are way overpriced. I can rent a DVD from Redbox for $2 and get snacks for less than $5 for the family. Sure beats the $75 you would pay in a stinky theater for a family of 4.

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