Read my spoiler-free movie review of Ága (2018).
New drama Ága stars Mikhail Aprosimov, Feodosia Ivanova and is co-written / directed by Milko Lazarov.
The story of Ága centres around Nannok and Sedna who live alone in the snow covered fields of the north. A place where hunting has become more difficult, the animals around them die from inexplicable deaths, the ice has been melting earlier every year and they look like the last two people on earth.
When Sedna’s health deteriorates, Nannok embarks on a Journey to find Ága, who a long time ago decided to leave their traditional way of living far behind…
I’m sure that the visuals in Ága will prove quite arresting. On the other hand, what I really want to know is, how much of this movie can or will I watch before the thought ‘No, no, no. This is simply too slow’ takes over my mind. Ideally the thought would never come. And with that my fingers are crossed that the story combined with the visuals mean I’ll make it to the very end and have only great things to report post viewing.
Sergei Egorov, Galina Tikhonova and Afanasiy Kylaev also star.
Happy Film Loving