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Kin-Dza-Dza!

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Hidden : 10/23/2011
Difficulty:
3 out of 5
Terrain:
3.5 out of 5

Size: Size:   regular (regular)

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The Cache is regular size container with logbook, pencil and plenty of space for SWAG.

"Kin-Dza-Dza!" is a Soviet comedy-science fiction film released in 1986 by the Mosfilm studio and directed by Georgi Daneliya, with a story by Georgi Daneliya and Revaz Gabriadze. The film was filmed in colour, consists of two parts and runs for 135 minutes in total.
This film is a dark and grotesque parody of human society and may be described as a dystopia. It depicts a desert planet, depleted of its resources, home to an impoverished dog-eat-dog society with extreme inequality and oppression.
It was a cult film in the Soviet Union, and its humorous dialogues were frequently quoted.

Awards:
1987 - International film festival in Rio de Janeiro "Rio Cine Festival", a special prize form judges "For the pictorial concept".
1987 - The "Nick" award for "Best music for the film".
1988 - International festival of fantasy genre in Porto "Fantasporto", a special prize from international judges.
2002 - The "Wanderer" award in the nomination "Legend of fantasy cinema".
Nominations:
1988 - International festival of fantasy genre in Porto "Fantasporto", "Kin-Dza-Dza!" was nominated as the best film.

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