Roots: Families for Sale

Poster for Roots: Families for Sale The film takes place today in a small southern town on the territory of the former USSR. The main character, Edik Letov, helps people to look for relatives. He finds them in Canada, Israel, Switzerland - For Edik, this is business, and business is reliable. If the real relatives are not, Edik will arrange a replacement. And everything seems to be going well in his small company. But since his clients are lonely people, they pour out so much love and warmth on their foreign guests that they cannot even think about their imagination - and they get imbued with a reciprocal feeling.

Original title:
Bednye rodstvenniki
Year:
2005
Length:
103 minutes
Country:
Director:
Pavel Lungin
Genre:

Shown at

  1. Rutgers New Jersey Jewish Film Festival - 2007

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