March of the Pigs

Imagine you’re the protagonist in a dystopia: your scintillating world consists of outright terrorists, demented instructors, repressed cops, wonky androids, and dubious prospects. You’re as ruthless as AIDS, as omnipresent as cancer, and as unrelenting as anal fissures. Your destiny lies in selecting your path, vanquishing a dragon, and saving the princess, except the path’s trite, dragons have gone extinct, and the princess is perfectly capable of saving herself. Fuck off, game over?

A real hero always finds a way to shine!

God is dead
And no one cares!

  • Alexander Bildanov
    Director
  • Anton Orlov
    Director
  • Anton Orlov
    Writer
  • Alexander Bildanov
    Producer
  • Anton Orlov
    Producer
  • Alevtina Lyapunova
    Producer
  • Anastasiia Baranovskaya
    Key Cast
    "Perversia Deviationova"
  • Dmitriy Kotov
    Key Cast
    "Piggy Cop"
  • Nellie Usupova
    Key Cast
    "Cunty Nirvanovna"
  • Vasiliy Nikitin
    Key Cast
    "Offpisser First"
  • Alexandra Rozanova
    Key Cast
    "Mom/Shitsecutor"
  • Viktor Khimich
    Key Cast
    "Offpissers Second "
  • Evgeniy Aksenov
    Key Cast
    "Dad/Judgehole"
  • Alexey Shelakovskiy
    Key Cast
    "Sliarzhnotstyn"
  • Anna Klinova
    Key Cast
    "The Girl without The Dragon Tattoo"
  • Project Title (Original Language):
    Марш свиней
  • Project Type:
    Experimental, Feature
  • Genres:
    Dark comedy, satire, distopya
  • Runtime:
    1 hour 10 minutes 38 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    December 15, 2021
  • Production Budget:
    1,021 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    Russian Federation
  • Country of Filming:
    Russian Federation
  • Language:
    English, Russian
  • Shooting Format:
    iPhone X, iPhone 8
  • Aspect Ratio:
    16:9
  • Film Color:
    Color
  • First-time Filmmaker:
    Yes
  • Student Project:
    No
Director Biography - Alexander Bildanov, Anton Orlov

Alexandr Bildanov and Anton Orlov are two actors and theater directors based in Moscow.

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Director Statement

«March of the Pigs» is a nod to the eponymous Nine Inch Nails song. It took one and half months to write, one night to film, and one and half years to edit.

The ideas expressed therein automatically land the entire crew under several articles of the criminal code of the country the film was written and shot in.

We feel no need to ruminate on what it all means, as we feel the film clearly speaks for itself if one simply allows it to use the tone it uses and look the way it looks.

Oh, and our tagline is this slightly paraphrased Marilyn Manson lyric: “We’re from a country, where we eat our young.”