Felix, writes a diary. He has not left the bunker for over 20 years. His only companions are the ghosts of the past. He tries to find an explanation for the fateful course of events in history, which have destroyed the whole earth. The feeling of guilt does not leave him, as he believes that he could have prevented the apocalypse and the death of a loved one.

  • Diana Ringo
  • Diana Ringo
  • Diana Ringo
  • Anatoliy Beliy
    Key Cast
    Metro, Chagall-Malevich
  • Aleksandr Obmanov
    Key Cast
  • Diana Ringo
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    1 hour 8 minutes
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    May 1, 2021
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    Austria, Finland, Russian Federation
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  • Amur Film Festival
    Russian Federation
    September 12, 2021
    World Premiere
Director Biography - Diana Ringo

Diana Ringo is a film director, pianist and composer.

She was born on 8 of March 1992. Diana grew up in Helsinki, Finland and has been interested in music from early childhood.

Her original music is featured in the 2018 film "Million Loves in Me" directed by Sampson Yuen (Hong Kong Golden Globes entry). Her music for "Million Loves in Me", won the award for best original score at LAFA (Los Angeles Film Awards) in 2020. In the same year she also composed the score to the short film "Hinge" by Lisa Mayo (supervisor Salvador Carrasco).

In 2021 Diana Ringo directed the feature film "KARAntin" starring Anatoliy Beliy ("Metro", "The Brothers Karamazov", "Chagall - Malevich"). In the same year she also filmed "Power of the Incomprehensible" with Erik Sabri.

Diana lived in Vienna, Austria from 2009 until 2020. She is a Finnish citizen, residing now in Turku, Finland.

Diana speaks English, Finnish, Russian and German.

She is the founder and director of the Prague Independent Film Festival.

Diana Ringo is a journalist and editor of Indie Cinema Magazine.

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Director Statement

"Now the whole world is practically on its knees. Every day people are deprived of their rights under various, often completely ridiculous pretexts, and almost all cultural figures remain silent. In this film, I wanted to show what can happen if events continue to develop in the same direction and show what we can come to if we do not take responsibility towards humanity and ourselves.

The Russian title of the film "Quarantine" - "КАРАнтин" - contains a play on words, with КАРА meaning punishment. The film features various characters, each with their own point of view. It was more important for me to ask questions, not just to give answers. My film provides an opportunity to think about whether a man should build and guard his own dungeon? "