Why Don't You Just Die!

Why Don't You Just Die!

Why Don't You Just Die!

A detective and terrible father defends himself against the vengeance of several people he's mistreated in this gory Russian comedy thriller.

"Corrupt detective Andrei (Vitaliy Khaev) brings together a terrible group of people in his apartment: his resentful actress daughter, an angry thug, his timid wife, and a cheated cop. Each one of them has a reason to kill him but will they succeed?" (FrightFest)

2018Rating: R16, Violence, rape themes, suicide & offensive language100 minsRussiaRussian with English subtitles
ComedyDramaThrillerWorld Cinema
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A roaring rampage of Russian revenge

Kicking off with a great but simple premise – a young guy with a hammer hidden behind his back knocks on a door – Russian director Kirill Sokolov's debut movie is hugely influenced by early Tarantino, with a dash of slapstick, splatstick, goofball humour and gore. Set largely in one apartment, which the filmmakers set about destroying with glee, along with...

3.0
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Film Threat

Film Threat

press

This is not a film to see, if you can't stand the sight of blood... If you're desensitised to these things, for better or worse, such as myself, then you'll laugh and cringe and love the whole damn thing.

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Film School Rejects

Film School Rejects

press

Sorry Tarkovsky, Russian cinema has a new filmmaker to champion.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

A splatterpunk action comedy drenched in gleefully dark Russian humour.

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Film Threat

Film Threat

press

This is not a film to see, if you can't stand the sight of blood... If you're desensitised to these things, for better or worse, such as myself, then you'll laugh and cringe and love the whole damn thing.

0
Film School Rejects

Film School Rejects

press

Sorry Tarkovsky, Russian cinema has a new filmmaker to champion.

0
Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

A splatterpunk action comedy drenched in gleefully dark Russian humour.

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A roaring rampage of Russian revenge

Kicking off with a great but simple premise – a young guy with a hammer hidden behind his back knocks on a door – Russian director Kirill Sokolov's debut movie is hugely influenced by early Tarantino, with a dash of slapstick, splatstick, goofball humour and gore. Set largely in one apartment, which the filmmakers set about destroying with glee, along...

3.0
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