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I Won't Come Back

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Anya is a good-looking, successful young graduate student. She gives lectures on Byron and has a relationship with one of the professors. One day her life takes an unexpected turn for the worse. A victim of false accusations, she has to flee, disguised as a teenaged homeless girl. While on the run, Anya meets twelve-year-old Christine, an orphan who is as desperate and reckless as Anya herself. This friendship becomes a turning point for Anya — reliving her adolescence for the second time, she now is forced to rewrite her life. 

International premiere: 18th of April 2014 Tribeca IFF, New York, USA

Estonian premiere: 18th of September 2014  

Genre: drama
Director: Ilmar Raag
Scriptwriter: Yaroslava Pulinovitch
Script editor: Oleg Gaze
Director of Photography: Tuomo Hutri
Art Director: Nastja Karimulina
Editor: Tambet Tasuja
Original music: Panu Aaltio
Production Designer: Anastasia Karimulina
Costume Designer: Natalia Sokolova
Producers: Riina Sildos, Natalia Drozd, Sergey Selyanov, Aleksi Bardy, Oleg Silvanovich, Viktoria Shamlikashvili
Produced by: Amrion OÜ (Eesti), CTB Film Company (Venemaa), Helsinki-Filmi, OY (Soome), Belarusfilm (Valgevene), Kazakhfilm (Kasahstan)
Procuced by: Amrion (Estonia), CTB Film Company (Russia), Helsinki-filmi OY (Finland), Kazakhfilm (Kazacshtan)
Co-producers: Natalia Drozd, Aleksi Bardy
Main cast: Polina Puškaruk, Viktoria Lobatševa 

110 min/ DCP, 35mm/ 1:1,85/ Dolby Digital

Festivals and awards:
Tribeca IFF, April 2014, Usa – Nora Ephron Jury Special Mention prize
Zerkalo (the Mirrow), the International A.Tarkovsky Film Festival - Professional Achievement Award
Vlissingen Film Festival “Films by the Sea”, September 2014, The Netherlands -
 Dioraphte Film & Literature Award
Let’s Cee Film Festival, October 2014, Austria – Grand Prix