Why don’t you just die!

Directed By : Kirill Sokolov

Russia / 2019 / 100 min

Cast :

Vitaliy Khaev, Aleksandr Kuznetsov, Evgeniya Kregzhde, Mikhail Gorevoy, Elena Shevchenko

Produced By :

White Mirror Film Company

Music By :

Vadim QP, Sergey Solovyov

Language :


Festivals :

Tallinn Black Nights FF – In Competition

What The Fest !? – Official Selection

Sydney IFF – Official Selection

Cinepocalypse – In Competition

Riviera IFF – Official Selection

Fantasia – Official Selection

Neuchâtel IFF – Official Selection

Grossmann IFFF – Official Selection

Sitges – Official selection

Festival de cinéma de la Ville de Québec – Official selection

/slash FF – Official selection

Lund – In competition

Cambridge – Official selection

HARD :LINE – Official selection

Fantasy FF – Official selection

MotelX – In competition

Fantastic Fest Austin – In competition

San Sebastian Horror – Official selection

Fantaspoa – Official selection

Tohorror – In competition

Razor Reel – Official selection

Leiden IFF – Official selection

Oz Asia Festival – Official selection

Russian Resurrection – Official selection

Graveyard Fest – Official selection

Terror-Fi – Official selection

Grimmfest – In competition

Macabro FF – In competition

Horrorthon – Official Selection

ExGround – Official Selection

Filmfestival Muenster – Official Selection

Frightfest – Official Selection

Mayhem FF – Official Selection

Anomaly FF – Official Selection

Transatlantyk FF – Official Selection

Abertoir FF – Official Selection


Special Mention Runner Up – Best Feature @ Cinepocalypse

Silver Méliès at MotelX

Best film, Best director, Best VFX at Grimmfest

Best first film, Silver audience award at Fantasia FF

Best director at Macabro

Best Director at Fantaspoa

Watch the Trailer :

Synopsis :

Belle, a young girl is growing up amidst the ruins of long forgotten events. Unknowingly, cycling through the forlorn and romantic fields around her isolated community, she rediscovers her shameful family history that lies at the root of her existence. Her playful character and young innocent love for her boyfriend Max become stained by a nonverbal tension that envelops the small town. And threatens her sexual awakening. The death of her aunt, whom she lives with, unleashes memories which entangle her in complex, unspoken feelings. When her estranged mother returns there is no way back. Cat and Mouse is a surreal drama about unconditional love ruined by manipulation and lies.

You May Also Like