Test (2014 film)

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Directed by Aleksandr Kott
Produced by
  • Anna Kagarlitskaya
  • Alexander Kozlov
  • Sergey Kozlov
  • Igor Tolstunov
Written by Aleksandr Kott
  • Elena An
  • Danila Rassomakhin
  • Karim Pakachakov
  • Narinman Bekbulatov-Areshev
  • Anvar Khalilulaev
Music by Alexei Aigui
Cinematography Levan Kapanadze
Edited by Karolina Maciejewska
Igor Tolstunov Production Company (PROFIT), Drug Druga
Release date
  • 18 September 2014 (2014-09-18) (Russia)
Running time
1 hr 36 min (96 min)
Country Russia
Language no dialog

Test (Ispytanie) (Russian: Испытание, Japanese: 草原の実験) is a 2014 Russian film about a doomed love triangle, set in 1949 on the prairie of the Kazakh Soviet Socialist Republic in present day Kazakhstan, near the Semipalatinsk nuclear test site. The film does not have dialogue.


The film has won the following awards:

  • Narrative Competition, Abu Dhabi Film Festival 2014
  • Grand Prize of the Festival, Sochi Open Russian Film Festival 2014
  • Best Artistic Contribution Award, Tokyo International Film Festival 2014
  • Best International Feature, Golden Orange Film Festival 2014 (Turkey)[1][2]


  1. ^ "Test (2014)". IMDb. Retrieved January 26, 2018.
  2. ^ Neil Young (October 22, 2014). "'Test' ('Ispytanie'): Antalya Review". Hollywood Reporter.

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