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Rated NR · 88 minutes · 2009

German director Veit Helmer (Tuvalu) pays tribute to Soviet-era fabulistic filmmaking with this “antiqued” comic village picture about a beautiful young maiden named Aya (Czech actor Kristyna Malérová), her frustrated fiancé Temelko (Maximilian Mauff, from Germany), and the wacky fictional community where they live (shot on location in dusty Azerbaijan). When the water pipeline clogs and the lazy menfolk refuse to repair it, the village women stage a sex strike and the sight gags multiply. Gentle, whimsical, and fun. Written by Zaza Buadze, Gordan Mihic, and Helmer (87 min.).
Director: Veit Helmer
Writer: Zaza Buadze and Veit Helmer
Producer: Veit Helmer
Cast: Kristyna Malérová, Max Mauff, Blagoja Spirkovski-Dzumerko, Hendrik Arnst, Ilko Stefanovski, Otto Kuhnle, Azelarab Kaghat, Suzana Petricevic, Olga Nefjodova and Dace Bonate

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