24/01 21:01

The film by French director Vicent Robinot about traveling in Kyrgyzstan demonstrated in Brussels

Bishkek, January 24 / Kabar /. With the assistance of the Embassy of the Kyrgyz Republic to the Kingdom of Belgium, on January 19 at the Cultural Center of Brussels held a screening of the documentary about the journey to Kyrgyzstan by French director Vincent Robinot. The press service of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs reports.

The director-traveler explored the history of the country through the prism of a photo and video shooting, the film materials were gathered for two and a half years, traveling from village to village, from yurt to yurt, on horseback or on foot.

Horse lover Vincent Robinot named his film "Man and Horse" understanding the relationship of Kyrgyz people to horses. Continuing the theme of the famous novel by Chingiz Aitmatov "Farewell, Gulsary!", he emphasis on the inextricable link of the fate of man and nature.

The originality of the film caused a particular interest in Kyrgyzstan of the sophisticated European audience, who discovered "a little-known country at the crossroads of the Silk Road", "occupying the territory of a third of France", "having great treasures, freedom-loving people, a strong spirit, unique beauty of the nature of the snow-capped hills, green pastures and crystal clear lakes "- the audience made such comments after the screening.

The director of the film hopes that with this film he inspire his countrymen with the same spirit of confidence and curiosity that perhaps will bring them one day to Kyrgyzstan.



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