Our Own

Our Own

War, love, treason and revenge. Everything comes together in a village farm near Pskov, in Nazi occupied territory, in August 1941. While the war rages, here, far from the military operations, passions explode. Three Soviet war prisoners have escaped and are hiding out in the shed of the village elder. One of the men, the elder’s son, is a rival in love of one of the German policemen.

Dmitry Meskhiyev - Biography
Dmitriy Meskhiyev was born in St. Petersburg in 1963. He began working as an assistant director at Lenfilm in 1980 and in 1988 graduated from VGIK, where he studied directing under Marlen Khutsiyev. Since his directorial debut Gambrinus (1990), from a short story by Aleksandr Kouprine, he has made 13 films, including The Cynics (1991), Over the Dark Waters (1993), An American Bet (1998), The Peculiarities of Russian Politics (1999), The Woman Property (2000), Mechanical Suite (2001) and The Diary of a Kamikaze (2002). With Our Own he won top prize at the 2004 Moscow International Film Festival and three Nika awards.

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