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Hard to Be a God, Sat & Sun April 4 & 5
2015, 6:30 only

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2015, 6:30 only

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Hard to Be a God

Sat & Sun April 4 & 5
2015, 6:30 only

The story of HARD TO BE A GOD’s making is just as remarkable as the film itself, and that audiences get to witness its splendour is nigh on miraculous. For decades, writer/director Aleksey German endeavoured to get the page-to-screen deed done, scrawling the first screenplay in 1968, finally shooting the feature between 2000 and 2006, but passing away in 2013 before the project he had spent nearly half of his life on came to fruition. His wife, Svetlana Karmalita, and son, Alexei German Jr, finalised the post-production process and assembly of such painstaking and passionate work, concluding the filmmaker’s sixth and last feature. Though affection may not be an emotion evident in the content, there’s nary a celluloid moment that doesn’t echo with love. The passage of time in bringing the film to completion weighs upon its content like caressing fingerprints. (Sarah Ward)

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