The Russian premier of the restored version of the experimental documentary Mysterious Object at Noon.

This film was shot without a script: the film crew, led by the director, went on an expedition from the north to the south of Thailand, offering residents of the villages a chance to continue and supplement a story of twin boys (in fact, the film is conceptually based upon the "exquisite corpse" game invented by surrealists). After returning to Bangkok, the crew re-filmed this story with non-professional actors. Weersethakul characterizes his work as follows: “I'm interested in the possibilities of involving both fact and fiction in one film, but I wasn't thinking much about revolutionizing the narrative method when I started making this film. In some ways, I think the movie turned out to be really rather old-fashioned.”

The film was restored in 2013 with the support of the "World Cinema" project of the Cinema Foundation (USA) and the Museum of Cinema of Austria.


Standard ticket 300 RUB
Concessions for visitors with disabilities 150 RUB
Carer’s ticket 150 RUB

Films will be screened in their original language with Russian subtitles.
The screenings are accessible for deaf and hard of hearing visitors.


Garage members are eligible for a 50% discount.
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