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Directed/Written by:               Shamim Sarif (I Can’t Think Straight, The World Unseen)                         

Produced By:                                 Hanan Kattan

Starring:                                           Rebecca Ferguson (Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation, The White Queen), Charles Dance (“Game Of Thrones,” The Imitation Game), Sam Reid (The Railway Man, Belle), Antje Traue (Man Of Steel), Oliver Jackson-Cohen (What’s Your Number?, The Raven)

Original Music by:                      Rachel Portman (Emma, Chocolat, Cider House Rules)

Edited by:                                         Masahiro Hirakubo (Trainspotting, The Duchess)

Distributed by:                             CARU Pictures

Release Date:                                 March 31st in Theaters, On Demand and on iTunes

Running Time:                              93 minutes

Rating:                                               PG-13

Synopsis: In Cold War Moscow, a female spy steals secrets from an idealistic politician – and falls in love with him. Moscow, 1959: Katya is young, beautiful – and a spy for the Americans. When she begins spying on Alexander, an idealistic Communist politician, the last thing she expects is to fall in love with him. Her choice between love and duty leads to a nail-biting conclusion that Alexander can only unravel decades later in 1990s New York. His journey back to the snowbound streets of Moscow uncovers a love triangle and betrayals from those he trusted most. Based on Shamim Sarif’s highly acclaimed novel by the same name.

Website:                                            http://www.enlightenment-productions.com/despitethefallingsnow/

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