Petrov's Flu

Pet­rov's Flu is a 2021 cri­me co­medy-dra­ma film writ­ten and di­rec­ted by Ki­rill Se­reb­renni­kov ba­sed on Ale­xey Sal­ni­kov's no­vel The Pet­rovs In and Aro­und the Flu.

Petrov's Flu is a 2021 crime comedy-drama film written and directed by Kirill Serebrennikov based on Alexey Salnikov's novel The Petrovs In and Around the Flu. In June 2021, the film was selected to compete for the Palme d'Or at the 2021 Cannes Film Festival where it won the Vulcan Award for cinematography.

Petrov is an auto mechanic in post-Soviet Yekaterinburg. He is separated from his wife, a librarian, and together they have a son. Just before the start of the new year, his family gets sick with the flu. Then he meets a trickster named Igor who can mix the world of the living and the dead. The Petrov family begin to suffer surrealistic hallucinations and the line between reality and hallucination begins to disappear.

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DIRECTION, STAGING, COSTUME: Ki­rill Se­reb­renni­kov
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MUSIC: Wolf­gang Ama­de­us Mo­zart
DIRECTOR: Ki­rill Se­reb­renni­kov
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