Cinematography: Dominik Spritzendorfer



This brilliant Caviar – Elena Tikhonova’s second feature – boasts rhythms that are well marked both by an expert and self-conscious direction – complete with short animation inserts and Tarantino-like titling – and by an appropriate, lively and distinctive, but never over the top, musical score.



In Electro Moscow, the two directors, perfectly in line with what they wanted to stage, opted for an unconventional directorial approach, where the absolute protagonists are – as one can well imagine – sounds and colours, past and present, which alternate with frenetic rhythms, leaving the audience no time to catch their breath between one scene and the next.