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Tchaikovsky’s Wife (15)

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Dir. Kirill Serebrennikov, Russia, 2023, 143 mins. In Russian with English subtitles. Cast. Alyona Mikhailova, Odin Lund Biron, Filipp Avdeev.

A masterful historical drama from director Kirill Serebrennikov exploring the tumultuous relationship between the famous Russian composer Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky and his wife Antonina Miliukova. Antonina is a beautiful and bright young woman, born into aristocracy. She could have anything she wants, and yet her only obsession is to marry Pyotr Tchaikovsky. While the composer finally accepts this union, he blames her for his misfortunes and breakdowns. With the subsequent attempts to get rid of his wife becoming more and more brutal.

“A visionary evocation of the heartbreak and sickness of a woman in love with a Russian icon who doesn’t love her back.”- Little White Lies

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