Kirill Serebrennikov's "After Leto" tells the story about the epoch in which the characters of his feature film, "Leto", lived. Interviews with Natalia Naumenko, Artemy Troitsky, Igor Petrovsky, Seva Novgorodtsev and Andrei Tropillo delve into the Russian rock scene of the 80's, Soviet youth and the spirit of that time. Along with them, we enter the atmosphere of Leningrad during this period, stroll down its old streets and courtyards and travel to the past with its communal flats and jam sessions, allowing us to look behind the scenes of Russian culture during the era of Victor Tsoi and Mike Naumenko. The film's narration is laid over segments from the feature film, masterfully intertwining with each other, erasing the boundaries of time, and constructing a dialogue between generations.
Presented in Russian w/ English subtitles.
Running time: 47 minutes
Directed by Kirill Serebrennikov
Director of Photography – Vladislav Opelyants
Producers — Ilya Stuart, Murad Osmann, Pavel Burya, Ilya Dzhincharadze
Editor – Yuriy Karikh
Line Producer – Danila Bushunov, Elizaveta Chalenko
Sound Designer – Boris Voyt
Executive Producer – Nadezhda Ilyukevich