Director Andrey Gryazev / 2012 / Russia

“So we ask a question: what if we punch the cops in the face? What will happen?”

Revered by the likes of Banksy and Brian Eno, the members of Russian collective Voina (War) have gained notoriety for public ‘actions' that have landed their leaders in jail. In Tomorrow filmmaker and former ice-dancing champion Andrey Gryazev embeds himself with the group to create this fly-on-the-wall documentary focusing on Voina's founders, Oleg Vorotnikov (known as Vor) and Natalia Sokol (known as Koza), along with their two-year-old son Kasper, who accompanies them on all of their actions.

Directed, edited and produced by Gryazev on a budget of less than $2000, Tomorrow offers an insightful and unsettling glimpse into the workings and ideologies of this controversial group.

"This low-fi, shot-on-the-run documentary was one of the dark horses of the Berlinale's Forum selection… oddly stirring, gripping and thought-provoking" - Variety

D/P/S Andrey Gryazev WS Rise and Shine World Sales L Russian w/English subtitles TD HD Cam/2012

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