BAFTA Film Awards.
68 wins & 63 nominations.
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"Elena. History of creation of the movie"
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[on the criticism that 'positive protagonists' are missing in Leviathan
(2014)] And what is actually bad about Nikolai? To whom has he done evil? With whom was he not honest? What is a 'positive' in this case? He's just a man. Like all the other characters; just humans. All this without the presumption of 'positivity' [in the moral makeup of the character]. Why do we need this, how should I say, ...
His second feature The Banishment
(2007) (The Banishment) premiered at the 2007 Cannes Film Festival and surprisingly won the Best Leading Actor Award for Konstantin Lavronenko
who previously starred in The Return
(2003) (The Return). Lavronenko became the first Russian actor ever to win this honour.
Often revolving around social critics of Russian society