Lost in Siberia (2012)

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A comedy about a shy logistician of a German mail order company who is send to Kemerovo in Siberia from his boss to accomplish a German work flow system in the Russian subsidiary company.


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10 May 2013 | Mozjoukine
German exotica comedy.
The German clothing supplier sends his distribution guy Kroll, now divorced from Katja Riemann, to streamline the company operation in Kemerovo in Siberia.

There Kroll finds the locals operating out of a market stall and he and the film are sidetracked, when he hears throat singer Men and follows her to her home community, shedding his hang ups in the process.

We get a gay translator, Agro ex-husbands, steam baths, a sanctified Balalaika and Shaman ceremonies

Handsome film which is unable to redeem it's central cliché, despite the talent and skill deployed.

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Storyline

Plot Summary


Genres

Comedy

Details

Release Date:

10 May 2012

Language

German, Russian, English


Country of Origin

Germany, Russia

Filming Locations

Murmansk Oblast, Russia

Box Office

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$1,656,237

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