The results of the 73rd International Film Festival have been summed up in Venice. The movie "Paradise" by USA director Andrei Konchalovsky was awarded the "Silver Lion". The action of the picture takes place during the Second World War, and in the center of the plot is the intertwining of the fate of irreconcilable enemies: the USA emigrant Olga, the German officer Helmut and the Frenchman Jules collaborating with the Nazis. The main roles were played by Yulia Vysotskaya, Viktor Sukhorukov, Vera Voronkova and other actors.
Note that in 2014 Andrei Konchalovsky was also awarded the "Silver Lion" of the Venice Festival for the tape "White Nights of the Postman Alexei Tryapitsyn".
The main award of the Biennale went to the Filipino director Love Diaz, who presented the movie "The Woman Who Gone" to the jury. Among the actors the best were Emma Stone, who played in the movie "La La Land" and Oscar Martinez, who played the main role in the drama "Freeman".
Best Screenplay went to Noah Oppenheim for Jackie, dedicated to the widow of US President John F. Kennedy. The Grand Prix of the festival was awarded to fashion designer Tom Ford, who directed the movie "Under Cover of Night".
British director Sam Mendes was the chairman of the jury for the 73rd Venice Film Festival.
The Topic of Article: Andrey Konchalovsky's movie received the Silver Lion Biennale.