• Luana Muniz - Daughter of the Moon
  • Music for When the Lights Go Out
  • Grey Violet - Odd One Out
  • Avalanche (The)
  • Corral (El)
  • Isósceles
  • Mater
  • Llegará la noche
  • Those Long Haired Nights
  • Nosotros, el documental
  • Philosophy in the Alcove
  • Calendar Girl (The)
  • Casa da Xiclet
  • Vergel
  • Venus
  • Transfigurations: Transgressing Gender in the Bible
  • Public Intimacy
  • Sergei, the Last Psychedelic
  • Macho
  • Feliciano Centurión: abrazo íntimo / al natural
  • Suspiciously Large Woman: Bob the Drag Queen
  • Artykul Osiemnasty
  • Dear Freddy
  • Sperm and the 11 Eggs (The)
  • So Long Suburbia
  • 26 de Diciembre
  • Alpha Delta Zatan
  • My Cousin Rachel
  • Dark Days
  • Walk of Fame
  • Feel Good to Say Goodbye
  • Golden Boys
  • Diario (Il)
  • Legends of Courage Project
  • Ludwig/Walkenhorst - Der Weg Zu Gold
  • Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments
  • Lean on Pete
  • Housewife Alien vs. Gay Zombie
  • Hand Grenade
  • Anchor and Hope

100 Days Before the Command

Russia, Russian, 71 mins

Original Title

Sto dney do prikaza
  • Director: Hussein Erkenov
  • Writer: Vladimir Kholodov; Yuri Polyakov
  • Producer: Aleksandr Zosimenko

CGiii Comment

Chilling, beautiful, sad and extraordinary.

A master-work.

The only complaint is...it's too short.

Erkenov dispenses with unnecessary dialogue, with narrative - and simply lets the images he has created talk to the audience - everyone will take something different away from the screen.



100 Days Before the Command / gay themed by mariocadiz40

The(ir) Blurb...

Five young Red Army recruits struggle for survival against the merciless violence that surrounds them on a daily basis. Their only means of saving their dignity is by preserving the humanity and compassion they share for each other. Visually astonishing, erotically charged and emotionally jarring, this film is Hussein Erkenov's courageous and stinging indictment of Communisum. Banned by the Soviet censors upon its initial release the film had to be smuggled out of the country to make its world wide premier at the 1995 Berlin Film Festival.

Cast & Characters

Vladimir Zamansky as The Unknown Man;
Armen Dzhigarkhanyan as Brigade Commander;
Oleg Vasilkov as Elin;
Roman Grekov as Zub;
Valeri Troshin as Kudrin;
Aleksandr Chislov as Zyrin;
Mikhail Solomatin as Belikov;
Sergei Romantsov as Titarenko;
Sergey Bystritskiy as Senior Lieutenant;
Yelena Kondulainen as Death;
Oleg Khusainov as Angel;
Sergei Semyonov as Captain;
Aleksei Volkov;
Vladimir Puchkov;
Pavel Stepanov

Leave a comment

Please login to leave a comment. Optional login below.