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Director  Rezo Gigineishvili
Budget  5.55 million USD
Duration  
Country  Russia
4.8/10 IMDb

Genre  Comedy, Romance
Music director  Dato Evgenidze
Language  Russian
Heat (2006 film) movie poster
Writer  Rezo Gigineishvili (idea)
Release date  December 28, 2006
Initial release  December 28, 2006 (Russia)
Cast  Agniya Ditkovskite (Nastya), Aleksey Chadov (Aleksey), Artur Smolyaninov (Artur), Konstantin Kryukov (Kostya), Tatyana Lyutaeva (Aleksey's Mother), Fyodor Bondarchuk (Himself)
Similar movies  Fedor Bondarchuk produced Heat and directed The 9th Company

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Heat (Russian: Жара, stylized as "ЖАRА") is a 2006 Russian teen romantic comedy loosely based on the Walking the Streets of Moscow, directed by Rezo Gigineishvili and produced by Fyodor Bondarchuk. Heat along with Wolfhound became one of the most expensive Russian films in 2006. Additionally, its budget was three times less as compared to the advertising campaign.

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Plot

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After three years a conscript sailor, Aleksey (Aleksey Chadov), comes back from the Black Sea Fleet to Moscow for a meeting with his waiting girlfriend, Masha (Maria Kurkova), and old classmates. Unfortunately, he finds out that his girlfriend is already married and has a child, then decides to spend the remaining time in a restaurant with his friends—an oligarch's son, Konstantin (Konstantin Kryukov), a beginner actor, Artur (Artur Smolyaninov), and a hip-hop artist, Timati. When their lunch is coming to the end, it appears that no one has money to pay the bill, except Konstantin's dollars which do not accept for payment. The rapper is decided to exchange currency at the nearest money changer, that will cause troubles.

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As the former changer belongs to the Armenian (Tigran Keosayan), Timati sets out in search of another, but runs against a nazi skinhead gang. Saving his own life, the hero hides in the Konstantin's flat, where an Ostap Bender-like swindler, Dani (Deni Dadaev), in waiting him. Meanwhile, his friends cannot wait anymore, so Artur is sent off. But before he could change the money, he is allured by the film director (Fyodor Bondarchuk) and prepares for shooting, but misses the actor-bus and leaves with gastarbeiters to demolish the Rossiya Hotel. Eventually, Konstantin hands over his last dollars to Aleksey, but he also failed after falling in love with a young traffic victim, Nastya (Agnija Ditkovskytė). After all that, despaired Konstantin makes a fuss in the restaurant, as a result he gets jailed by the police. Luckily for him, the mates could not abandon their friend and rescue him from captivity.

Production

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Gigineishvili and Bondarchuk used the same young cast and crew from The 9th Company for their film, set in Moscow during a hot boiling summer, which caused as the title Heat instead of the draft entitled "City Tales" ("Сказки города"). Its filming took place in the shortest time period: "the script was written in ten days; pre-production took no more than two weeks; and after four months of shooting, the movie was done."

Reception

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Despite the fiscal success, Heat took in $15 million in the CIS, and about $1 million in Ukraine, the film, mainly, received disapproving responses of critics for the commercial direction. According to the e-poll of Moskovskij Komsomolets, Heat was recognized as the worst Russian film of 2006.

  • Alex Exler. "Heat (Zhara) review". Kinoman Magazine (in Russian). Retrieved 2009-03-12. 
  • "Reinvigorating the most important art". RealTime Arts (81): 22. Oct–Nov 2007. Retrieved 2009-03-12. 
  • Rynska, Bozhena (2006-12-26). Это была "Жара". Izvestia (in Russian). Retrieved 2009-03-12. 
  • Mikhailov, Igor (2006). "Heat review" (in Russian). Kinoafisha.ru. Retrieved 2009-03-12. 
  • Sinyakov, Sergey (2006-12-25). Низ живота наполняется любовью (in Russian). Gazeta.ru. Retrieved 2009-03-12. 
  • Korsakov, Denis (2006-12-22). Невыносимая "Жара". Komsomolskaya Pravda (in Russian). Retrieved 2009-03-14. 
  • Pravda, Elena (2007-01-03). Жара: 10 друзей Бондарчука (in Russian). Kinokadr.ru. Retrieved 2009-03-14. 
  • F. Rostotskiy, Stanislav (2007-11-27). Москва-УКВ (in Russian). Film.ru. Retrieved 2009-03-14. 
  • Filatov, Sergey (2007-01-11). ...пока горячо? (in Russian). Retrieved 2009-03-14. 
  • Censorship in Ukraine

    During the Ukrainian crisis, the Boycott Russian Films activists demanded the Ukrainian Government to ban Russian films in Ukraine after the Donetsk Airport incident with Mikhail Porechenkov. On 31 November 2014, the State Agency of Ukraine for Cinema, on the proposal of the Ministry of Culture of Ukraine and the Security Service of Ukraine, forbidden to display 69 Russian films and TV series with Mikhail Porechenkov, including the film Heat.

    Soundtrack

    The original soundtrack was released in February, 2007 and included a song of TOKiO, several tracks from Timati's new album Black Star and other musicians.

    Track listing

    1. "Когда ты плачешь" - TOKiO 4:15
    2. "Летняя Москва" - Karina Koks 3:42
    3. "Город ночных фонарей" - Timati & VIP77 3:21
    4. "Жара" - Timati, F. Bondarchuk, NASTY 4:21
    5. "В городской суете" - Basta 3:55
    6. "Жара 77" - Centr 4:03
    7. "Детка" - Timati 4:24
    8. "Всё между нами" - Oleg Chubykin 4:14
    9. "The Girl of funk" - DJ Smash 2:26
    10. "Groovin" - VIP77 4:11
    11. "Black star" - Timati 4:57
    12. "Лето" - Lomonosov (band) 4:17
    13. "Москва" - VIP77 3:33
    14. "Жара" - DJ Smash 3:10
    15. "Where you gonna be" - VIP77 4:15
    16. "Happy New Year" - Siberia (band) 3:23

    References

    Heat (2006 film) Wikipedia
    Heat (2006 film) IMDbHeat (2006 film) themoviedb.org


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